Archives

1954

Vol. 6, No. 1: May 1954

  • The Road to Another War by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Labor and Socialism: A Revealing Incident by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Problems of American Socialism: No Short Cuts; Attitude vs. Behavior; Deeply Resented; Fourteen Theses on American Socialism; The Errors of Mr. Woodard; Socialism and the American Working Class by The Editors (MR)
  • Advice to Graduating Classes by John Jay Chapman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • On the Oppenheimer Case by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Where We Stand: Reprint by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 5, No. 12: April 1954

  • Berlin and After; Imperialist Counter-Offensive by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Venezuela: Luxury, Poverty, and Tyranny by Elena de la Souche
  • Columbia's Bicentennial by F. D. Reeve
  • America and East-West Trade by A Political Economist (anon.)
  • The Growth of Early Socialism by Harvey Goldberg
  • World Events: Dulles versus Molotov in Berlin by Scott Nearing

Vol. 5, No. 11: March 1954

  • The Eisenhower Program: Can Capitalism Be Made to Work? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Guatemala: A First-Hand Report by Anna Louise Strong
  • America, Buck Up! by Ikutaro Shimizu
  • Southern Succor by A 'Welfare Lady' (anon.)
  • The Meaning of the Djilas Affair by Gilles Martinet
  • Slop Your Hogbut Gently by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 5, No. 10: February 1954

  • The Atomic Talks; The Beria Affair by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Intellectuals and the Left by Carl Dreher
  • The Situation in Britain by An English Correspondent (anon.)
  • "Anti-Americanism" in Europe by Alex Comfort
  • The Ominous Parallel by Martin Hall
  • The Promotion of International Trade by An Economist (anon.)
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Get It and Get Out! by Arthur Eggleston
  • The Irish Revolution: A Communication by Shaemas O'Sheel
  • Letters from a Visitor to China, Part IV by Joan Robinson

Vol. 5, No. 9: January 1954

  • The Roots and Prospects of McCarthyism by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Problems of American Socialism: Politics and the Proletariat, 1953; What Ails American Socialism?; Socialism is Constitutional by A Special Correspondent (anon.); George Woodard; George Olshausen
  • The World the Dollar BuiltA Review by J. Raymond Walsh
  • Who Doesn't Believe in Class Struggle? by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Letters from a Visitor to China, Part III by Joan Robinson

1953

Vol. 5, No. 8: December 1953

  • Time Bomb in Korea; And in Germany by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • U.S. vs. United Nations Aid to Underdeveloped Countries by Ernest F. Patterson
  • Is There Still a Place for the Honest Dissenter? by Providence Sunday Journal
  • The Senate and the People by Sagittarius (anon.)
  • Freedom Under Socialism by Kenzo Awata
  • Company Unionsin the Classroom by Bert MacLeech
  • Of the Rewriting of History There Is No End by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Letters from a Visitor to China, Part II by Joan Robinson
  • The Present as History A Review by Arthur K. Davis

Vol. 5, No. 7: November 1953

  • Defend the First Amendment; The Economic Turning Point by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Letters from a Visitor to China, Part I by Joan Robinson
  • Britain, China, and the U.S by Geoffrey Bing
  • It Is Necessary to Know How to Finish a Crusade by Jacques Kayser
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The Labor Party Prepares For Power by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • Statement Before the McCarthy Committee by Corliss Lamont
  • Nationalism and Labor in Ireland, Part II by Andrew Boyd
  • The Attack on the Lawyers' Guild by Arthur Eggleston

Vol. 5, No. 6: October 1953

  • The Successes of Mr. Dulles by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • How Pleasant to Be Mr. Dulles! by Sagittarius (anon.)
  • That "High" American Standard of LivingThe Great Capitalist Hoax by Leo Huberman
  • Reflections on Japanese-American Relations by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Treason of the Senate by Harvey O'Connor
  • Malenkov's Secret Weapon by A Student of the USSR (anon.)
  • Labor Unity in Sight at Last? by Arthur Eggleston
  • Nationalism and Labor in Ireland, Part I by Andrew Boyd
  • Lest We Forget by John Bowman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Empire Building: 1953 StyleA Comment by Julian R. Friedman

Vol. 5, No. 5: September 1953

  • Indo-China and France by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • "Progress" in the South by A Correspondent (anon.)
  • McCarthy's Kampf by Arthur Eggleston
  • The Harvey O'Connor Case by Leo Huberman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 5, No. 4: August 1953

  • Class Justice; What Is Happening in Eastern Europe? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • A Challenge to the Book Burners by Leo Huberman
  • Empire Building: 1953 Style by Basil Davidson
  • The Butler Bill by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 5, No. 3: July 1953

  • Cease Fire and After by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Academic Freedom and the American University. 5:3 (7/53) by Trevor M. Webster (pseudonym)
  • The Meaning of Land Reform in China by Peter Townsend
  • McCarthy and Labor by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing

Vol. 5, No. 2: June 1953

  • The Fascist Danger by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Storm Signals Are Flying by J. Raymond Walsh
  • Anti-Communism and Fascism by Arthur K. Davis
  • The Political Use of Fear by Carey McWilliams
  • The Problem of Power by H. H. Wilson
  • Department of Utter Confession by F. D. Reeve
  • Planning for a Labor Front by Arthur Eggleston
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Monopoly and American Control in Canada by A Canadian Socialist (anon.)

Vol. 5, No. 1: May 1953

  • The Peace Offensive and the Job Ahead by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Future of Communism by Gilles Martinet
  • The Resistance Is More Vigorous by Scott Nearing
  • Dollar Diplomacy: A New Drive by Historicus (anon.)
  • The Barometer Is Rising by Arthur Eggleston
  • The Economic Transformation of China by J. H. Robertson
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Where We Stand: Reprint by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 4, No. 12: April 1953

  • Stalin and the Future by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Jewish Problem in the USSR, Part II by Joshua Kunitz
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Negroes and the Crisis of Capitalism in the U.S. by W. E. B. Du Bois
  • The American Left: Two French Views: The Basic Stability of American Politics; The American Left and the French Left by Jean-Marie Domench, Michel Crozier
  • Fascism in America: A Reply to Historicus by Robert Porter
  • Rejoinder to Robert Porter by Historicus (anon.)
  • The Strange World of the NAM by Arthur Eggleston

Vol. 4, No. 11: March 1953

  • On Trials and Purges by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Marxism and Literature by F. O. Matthiessen
  • The Confessions of Karl Marx by Karl Marx
  • The Jewish Problem in the USSR, Part I by Joshua Kunitz
  • A Marxist View of Imperialism by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Men of Measured Piety and Calculated Faith by Arthur Eggleston
  • A British Socialist on Soviet Writers and Writing by Naomi Mitchison
  • Economics for the Power Age by Arthur K. Davis
  • People in China by Hugh Hardyman
  • The Labor Movement: No Frontal Attack, Yet by Arthur Eggleston
  • Ain't Going There by Sagittarius (anon.)

Vol. 4, No. 10: February 1953

  • Hold the Fort; The Vienna Peace Congress by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Vienna Congress by Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Japan and the United States by A Japanese Student (anon.)
  • The Bridges Case Is Your Case by Leo Huberman
  • An Open Letter to a Member of the ADA by Florence Luscomb
  • Austria: A Case Study in the Cold War by An Austrian Socialist (anon.)
  • A Sensible Book on the USSR by Joshua Kunitz
  • Christmas Eve: A Communication by Shaemas O'Sheel
  • The Labor Movement by Arthur Eggleston

Vol. 4, No. 9: January 1953

  • What Next in Korea?; The Eisenhower Administration; Save the Rosenbergs by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Republican Foreign Policy from McKinley to Eisenhower by William Appleman Williams
  • America and Russia: A Review and a Commentary by Frederick L. Schuman

1952

Vol. 4, No. 8: December 1952

  • After the Election by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Mexican Oil: A Study in Nationalization by Harvey O'Connor
  • Mexican Politics: The Paradox Remains by Dick Lyle
  • The Struggle Within the Labour Party by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • Socialism and American Life: A Review by Robert S. Cohen

Vol. 4, No. 7: November 1952

  • How Shall We Vote? A Discussion by The Editors (MR)
  • Workers' Incomes in the Soviet Union by A Student of the USSR (anon.)
  • Further Observations on Malthusianism by Rudolph Schlesinger
  • Capitalism and Crime, Part II by Leo Huberman

Vol. 4, No. 6: October 1952

  • What Happened to the Economic Crisis? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Fascism in America by Historicus (anon.)
  • Capitalism and Crime, Part I by Leo Huberman
  • Science and Freedom by D. D. Kosambi
  • The Road to Socialism: Commentary by A Foreign Subscriber (anon.), Rixford Knight

Vol. 4, No. 5: September 1952

  • Who Will Tell Them? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • How Shall We Vote? by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • How FDR's Policy Was Reversed by Carl Marzani
  • A Letter to Americans by Claude Bourdet
  • Moscow, 1952 by Joan Robinson
  • Two Poems: Harper's Ferry Today; Two Mothers by Alfred Kreymborg

Vol. 4, No. 4: August 1952

  • The Sixty-Four Dollar Question by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The "New" History, Or the Crowning of Mammon by Leo Huberman
  • A Second Look at Mr. X by William Appleman Williams

Vol. 4, No. 3: July 1952

  • Fascism and the United States by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Resurgence of Fascism by Natalie Moszkowska
  • West Africa: Leader of a Continent by Basil Davidson
  • The New Fabianism by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • They Hound the Idealists by Charles Podsen

Vol. 4, No. 2: June 1952

  • The Threat of Depression; The Case of Finland; Latest Developments in Jamaica by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Bevanism by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • The Road to Socialism in America: Commentary by Irwin Edelman; Paul A. Rosen; An American Socialist (anon.)

Vol. 4, No. 1: May 1952

  • The Outlook for American Socialists; Turning Point in Germany? by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Soviet Union's "Achilles" Heel by A Student of the USSR (anon.)
  • The Structure of a Capitalist War Economy by A Marxian Economist (anon.)
  • Where We Stand: Reprint by The Editors (MR)

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