Josephine Fowler. Japanese and Chinese Immigrant Activists: Organizing in American and International Communist Movements, 1919-1933.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2007. 290 páginas.
Origins and Beginnings
1 – Historical Background
2 – Study Groups, the Oriental Branch, and “Hands Off China” Demonstrations
From the Top Down
3 – “The Red Capital of the Great Bolshevik Republic”
4 – Advancing Bolshevism from Moscow Outward and Back and Forth across the Pacific
From the Bottom Up
5 – From East to West and West to East
6 – Left-wing Chinese Immigrant Activists
7 – Chinese Workers in America
8 – Formation of the Oriental Branch of the ILD