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1952

Vol. 3, No. 12: April 1952

  • Candidates and Issues by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Indian Elections and American Policy by Kumar Goshal
  • Uncle Tom in Striped Pants by A Student of Race Relations (anon.)
  • The Growth of Bevanism by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • Socialism and the Overpopulation Bogey by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Jamaica: The Way Forward by Richard Hart
  • The American Resistance: A Communication by Scott Nearing

Vol. 3, No. 11: March 1952

  • Needed: Courage and Patriotism; Capitalism and American Foreign Policy by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • On "Soviet Aggression" by Corliss Lamont
  • Awakening in Africa by Basil Davidson
  • Reply to Professor Fairchild by Harry Grundfest

Vol. 3, No. 10: February 1952

  • Why Americans Will Be Socialists; Conflict in the Ruling Class by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Notes on the Chinese Revolution by Staughton Lynd
  • Jamaica: The Colonial Dilemma, Part II by Harvey O'Connor
  • In Defense of Malthus by Henry Pratt Fairchild
  • "Free World" Department by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 3, No. 9: January 1952

  • Stop, Look, and Listen! by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Jamaica: The Colonial Dilemma, Part I by Harvey O'Connor
  • Commonsense in Canada by A Canadian Socialist (anon.)
  • The Road to Socialism in America by Irving H. Flamm

1951

Vol. 3, No. 8: December 1951

  • Same WorkDifferent Union; The Korean Truce Talks; Crisis in the Middle East and North Africa; The 82nd Congress; German Unification Again; The British Election; Political Rights are for Using by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The CIO at a Dead End by Harvey O'Connor
  • The Labor Party's Next Task by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • Malthusianism by Harry Grundfest
  • Reformism and Internationalism by Natalie Moszkowska

Vol. 3, No. 7: November 1951

  • Toward an American Resistance Movement by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Socialism via Kibbutzim? by Ursula Wassermann
  • Reply to Mr. Bittelman by The Editors (MR)
  • Certain Aspects of American Capitalism by Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 3, No. 6: October 1951

  • Cry Halt: U.S. Policy in Korea by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • A New Road for Student Socialism by James Webster
  • Memo to Graduate Students by The Editors (MR)
  • The Welfare StateFor Capitalists Too by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • Preparation for War by Joan Robinson

Vol. 3, No. 5: September 1951

  • The Economic Situation and the Fight for Peace; Plumbing the Depths; Private Interest vs. Public Welfare by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Behind the Civil Rights Crisis by Arthur K. Davis
  • The Economic Superiority of Socialist Planning by A Student of the USSR (anon.)
  • Force and Violence" on the Labor Front by Aleine Austin
  • The Implications of Redbaiting by I. F. Stone
  • "Free World" Department by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 3, No. 4: August 1951

  • Korea: One Year Later by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Miss Coleman Had a Point by Leo Huberman
  • Economic Development of Backward Areas by Paul A. Baran

Vol. 3, No. 3: July 1951

  • Capitalist Freedom; Iran: The Crisis in Microcosm by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Venezuela: A Study in Imperialism by Harvey O'Connor
  • The Biggest Little Paper This Country Ever Knew by George H. Shoaf, Fred D. Warren
  • "Free World" Department by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 3, No. 2: June 1951

  • The Meaning of MacArthur by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Imperialism and Peace by D. D. Kosambi
  • The Crisis in the Labor Party by Konni Zilliacus
  • The American Ruling Class: Part II by Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 3, No. 1: May 1951

  • Socialism Is the Only Answer by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The American Ruling Class: Part I by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Freedom Under Socialism: Summary and Comment by Arthur K. Davis
  • Freedom and Necessity by Friedrich Engels

Vol. 2, No. 12: April 1951

  • The Hope for Peace; War, Peace, and Labor by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Soviet Foreign Policy by Jon Naar
  • The British Peace Movement by A British Socialist (anon.)
  • "Free World" Department by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • As a Socialist Sees It by G. D. H. Cole
  • O Pioneers! or The Land of the Free by Shaemas O'Sheel

Vol. 2, No. 11: March 1951

  • Eisenhower, German Rearmament, and World Peace by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Left Socialism in Israel: Part II by An Israeli Socialist (anon.)
  • The Current Economic Situation by UE Washington Notes
  • What Makes Revolutions by John Aldridge
  • "Free World" Department by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • For the Record by Paul M. Sweezy

Vol. 2, No. 10: February 1951

  • Playing with Fire; Get Into the Debate! by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Max Werner: The Man and the Thinker by J. Raymond Walsh
  • Max Werner: International Socialist by A Correspondent (anon.)
  • The Necessity for Socialism in Puerto Rico by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • I, Africa by William Robert Miller
  • Reflections on Freedom Under Socialism by Shaemas O'Sheel; Howard Kaminsky; Leon A. Bachrach

Vol. 2, No. 9: January 1951

  • "The Crisis from Three Angles; The Consequences of American Policy; Which Will It Be?" by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • "The American Struggle Against Human Rights" by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • "Left Socialism in Israel: Part I" by An Israeli Socialist (anon.)
  • "The Basic Problem" by Stringfellow Barr
  • "As Others See Us" by L'Humanit√©

1950

Vol. 2, No. 8: December 1950

  • The Elections; The Task Ahead by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Inside the United Nations by A Special Correspondent (anon.)
  • The Last Fling of Imperialism by Julian R. Friedman
  • The Canadian Left by A Canadian Socialist (anon.)
  • Shaw On Socialism by George Bernard Shaw
  • The Left and the American Way of Life by Elgin Williams
  • Freedom Under Socialism: A Comment by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Poverty of Statesmanship by Wall Street Journal

Vol. 2, No. 7: November 1950

  • The Problem is Peace; Fascism in the U.S.?; "The Lifeblood of Democracy" by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • The American Economy and the Threat of War by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Freedom Under Socialism by Howard Kaminsky
  • Mourn Not the Dead by Ralph Chaplin

Vol. 2, No. 6: October 1950

  • Foreword to the Commemorative Issue on F. O. Matthiessen by Paul M. Sweezy, Leo Huberman
  • The Education of a Socialist by F. O. Matthiessen
  • Of Crime and Punishment by F. O. Matthiessen
  • The Teacher by Leo Marx
  • MatthiessenThe Making of an American Scholar by Bernard Bowron
  • American Renaissance by Henry Nash Smith
  • Labor and Political Activities by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Notes For a Character Study by John Rackliffe
  • Statements by Friends and Associates by The Editors (MR)

Vol. 2, No. 5: September 1950

  • Sound the Alarm by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Contrast in Germany by Basil Davidson
  • Notes on Left Propaganda by Leo Huberman
  • The Left Needs Intellectual Clarification by A University Teacher of Economics (anon.)
  • On the Question of "Marxist Infallibility" by Harold L. White
  • Discussion and Action by Joseph Gilbert

Vol. 2, No. 4: August 1950

  • Korea by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Capitalism Seeks Sanctuary by Clay Fulks
  • The Need for a Thorough Marxist Understanding of America by Earl Browder
  • A Communist View by Pete Smith
  • On Organizing the Unorganized by Ideas for Action
  • Freedom of Speech as an Issue by Horace B. Davis
  • Patriotism by Gazette and Daily of York, PA

Vol. 2, No. 3: July 1950

  • New Turn in American Politics?; Apr Moi Le Duge! by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Why I Am a Marxist by Harold J. Laski
  • Better Smaller But Better by Historicus (anon.)
  • Tasks of the Left in the U.S.A by Scott Nearing
  • Needed: A Strategy for Transition by A Graduate Student in Economics (anon.)
  • Unity with Communists Impossible Under Present Conditions by Allen H. Barton
  • Needed: New Methods for Reaching People by H. C. Cowell
  • The Importance of Taking Part in Community Life by Frederick Boyden
  • Cooperation on the Intellectual Left by Philip A. Klein
  • An Attack on I.F. Stone's "Problems of the Progressive Party" by C. A. Green
  • An Appealand a Recommendation by Robert Shillaker

Vol. 2, No. 2: June 1950

  • The McCarthy Affair; Point Four vs. Social Revolution by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Capitalism and Race Relations by Paul M. Sweezy
  • The Progressive Party and Cooperation on the Left by Oliver Loud
  • Importance of Local Action by George Markham
  • Short and Long-Run Problems of Cooperation by Antaeus (anon.)
  • An End to Muddling on the Left by A Progressive Party Worker (anon.)
  • Democratic Socialism Is the Next Step by Eugene A. Cox

Vol. 2, No. 1: May 1950

  • The Bridges Case; F.O. Matthiessen; Harold J. Laski by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Needed: Cooperation Between the U.S. and the USSR in a Strong UN by Henry A. Wallace
  • Needed: Organic Connection of Theory and Practice by F. O. Matthiessen
  • Needed: Respect for Democratic Values by Carey McWilliams
  • Needed: An Overall Reorganization Program by Irving H. Flamm
  • Needed: To Spread the Idea of Socialism by Harvey O'Connor
  • Needed: Defense of Civil Liberties for All, More Realism About the USSR by Corliss Lamont
  • Needed: Greater Mutual Understanding by Cedric Belfrage
  • Needed: Faith in Victory by A University Teacher of Social Science (anon.)
  • Needed: More Teaching of Socialism by Shaemas O'Sheel
  • Needed: Greater Theoretical Clarity by A University Teacher of Social Science (anon.)

Vol. 1, No. 12: April 1950

  • The Coal Strike by Leo Huberman, Paul M. Sweezy
  • Problems of the Progressive Party by I. F. Stone
  • What Is Progressive Capitalism? by Henry A. Wallace
  • After the General Election by A British Socialist (anon.)

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