George Novack and Evelyn Reed Papers, 1933-1992

Summary Information

Title: George Novack and Evelyn Reed Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1933-1992

  • Novack, George Edward, 1905-1992
  • Reed, Evelyn, 1905-1979
Call Number: Micro 555

Extent: 11 reels of microfilm (35mm)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of George Novack, a leader of the Socialist Workers Party best known for his writing on Marxian philosophy and his Marxian historical interpretations, together with papers of his wife, Evelyn Reed, an anthropologist and fellow Trotskyist. The papers include interviews and biographical material, correspondence, and speeches and writings. There are papers on Novack's leadership of the American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky and the Civil Rights Defense Committee. Ree's papers largely concern her work as a Marxist anthropologist and her views on the oppression of women in society.


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Language: English

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