Raya Dunayevskaya 1942
First published: December 1942-February 1943 in New International;
Transcribed: by Damon Maxwell.
I – The Approach
II – A Statistical Abstract of the USSR
III – Plans and Accomplishments
1 – First Five Year Plan, 1928-32
2 – The Second Five Year Plan, 1932-37
3 – The Third Five Year Plan and Labor Productivity
I – The “Socialized” State Budget, or Turnover
II – Fight for Profit, or the Modus Operand! of a Soviet Undertaking
I – The World Crisis and the Russian Famine
1 – The World Market and the Russian Agricultural Crisis
2 – The Effect of the Russian Famine on the Population.
II – The Free Market on the Countryside
III – Private Property in the Kolkhozy; Millionaires and Paupers
IV – Mechanization and Unemployment in the Countryside
I – The Proletariat
1 – The Worker and the Law
2 – Ending Depersonalization and Creating Stakhanovism
3 – Ending Rationing and Producing Luxury Goods
4 – The Worker’s Standard of Living at the Outbreak of War
II – The Intelligentsia: The Social Physiognomy of the Ruling Class
In the article, “An Analysis of Russian Economy,” which appeared in the December issue of The NEW INTERNATIONAL, under the table on the “Relationship of Industrial Level in the Development of Russia and Capitalist Countries; Per Capita Production of Russia in Percent-ages as Compared to the U.S.A. and Germany,” Russian industrial production as a whole when compared to Germany’s appeared as 28.4 per cent. It should have been 46.2 per cent.