- Communist Labor Party
:"See Communist party (disambiguation) for other similarly named groups."
Communist Internationalto which the Communist Labor Party had pledged its allegiance was not happy with two communist parties and insisted on a merger which was eventually effected in May 1921 under the name Communist Party of America which was later changed to Communist Party USA.
A different organization of the same name, the Communist Labor Party (CLP), was formed in 1974 on the basis of a merger of the Communist League and the
League of Revolutionary Black Workers. They disbanded in 1993 and reformed as the League of Revolutionaries for a New America.
* [http://www.marxisthistory.org/subject/usa/eam/communistparty.html The Communist Party of the United States (1919 - 1946): 1. The Communist Labor Party of America] . Organizational history and document archive at [http://www.marxisthistory.org American Marxist History] . Retrieved September 7, 2006.
* [http://www.yale.edu/yup/chapters/071507chap.htm Chapter One "Soviet World of American Communism"]
* Adapted from the Wikinfo article, "Communist Labor Party" http://www.wikinfo.org/wiki.php?title=Communist_Labor_Party April 19, 2004
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