BIBLIOGRAPHY
Works by Claudia Jones
‘‘American Imperialism and the British West Indies.’’ Political Affairs 37 (April 1958):
9–18.
‘‘Autobiographical History.’’ Unpublished manuscript, December 6, 1955. Claudia
Jones Memorial Collection, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture,
New York Public Library.
Ben Davis—Fighter for Freedom. Introduction by Eslanda Goode Robeson. New York:
National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership, November 1954.
‘‘Call Negro Women to Sojourn for Justice.’’ Daily Worker, September 20, 1951.
‘‘The Caribbean Community in Britain.’’ Freedomways (Summer 1964): 340–357.
‘‘Claudia Jones Writes from Ellis Island.’’ Daily Worker, November 8, 1950.
‘‘Discussion Article.’’ Political Affairs 25 (August 1943): 67–77.
‘‘An End to the Neglect of the Problems of Negro Women.’’ June 1949. Political Affairs
53 (March 1974): 28–42.
‘‘First Lady of the World: I Talk with Mme Sun Yat–Sen.’’ West Indian Gazette and
Afro-Asian Caribbean News, November 1964.
‘‘For New Approaches to Our Work among Women.’’ Political Affairs 27 (August
1948): 738–743.
‘‘For the Unity of Women in the Cause of Peace!’’ Political Affairs 30 (February 1951):
151–168.
‘‘Foster’s Political and Theoretical Guidance to Our Work among Women.’’ Political
Affairs 30 (March 1951): 68–78.
‘‘Half the World’’ (weekly column). Daily Worker, 1948–55.
‘‘Her Words Rang Out beyond the Walls of the Courthouse.’’ Daily Worker, Novem-
ber 21, 1952.
‘‘International Women’s Day and the Struggle for Peace.’’ Political Affairs 29 (March
1950): 32–45.
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