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CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(January 1947 — Spring–Summer 1958)


Volume XIII, Number 1 (Whole No. 113), January 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
J.R. JOHNSON
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

EDITORIAL COMMENT:

Anti-Semitism and Polish Labor, by A. Rudzienski

Origins of German National Traits, by Shirley Lawrence

Trotsky’s Role in 1920–23, by Ernest Erber

DISCUSSION & REBUTTAL:

Politics of Psychoanalysis

The Nature of the Russian Economy – II, by F. Forest

Politics of the International Working Class, by H.J.

CORRESPONDENCE:

BOOK REVIEW:

The Tragedy of a People, Racialism in Czecho-Slovakia, by W. Williams

Inside Front Cover: Business Manager’s Memo to Our Readers


Volume XIII, Number 2 (Whole No. 114), February 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
J.R. JOHNSON
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

EDITORIAL COMMENT:

Post-Stuttgart Germany, by Gertrude Blackwell & Henry Judd

The Traditions of Polish Socialism, by A. Rudzienski

RESOLUTION:

The Marxist Movement in Ceylon, Bolshevik-Leninist Party of India

The Role of Centrism in France – I, by Saul Berg

Announcement

BOOK REVIEW:

Koestler and Jewish Fascism, by W. Brooks

On Historical Methodology, by Irving Howe

CORRESPONDENCE:

Once Again, Setting the Record Straight, from Ted Grant

BOOK REVIEWS:

Soviet Politics, by Richard Stoker

First Encounter, by Avel Victor

Politics of the International Working Class, [from an Irish comrade]

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Business Manager’s Memo to Our Readers, by Ray O’Neil


Volume XIII, Number 3 (Whole No. 115), March 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
J.R. JOHNSON
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

The Nature of the Stalinist Parties, by Max Shachtman

Third-Party Trends, by Hal Draper

The Fate of the Sudeten Germans, by Arthur Stein

The Role of Centrism in France – II, by Saul Berg

Jim Larkin: Irish Revolutionist, by James T. Farrell (slightly edited version)

BOOK REVIEW:

Four Recent Books on Palestine, by Wm. Gorman

Korea Under Occupation, by A. Kimbay

BOOK REVIEWS:

The Bitter Box, by Richard Stoker

Discovery of Europe, by Avel Victor

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: A Note to Our Readers, by The Editors


Volume XIII, Number 4 (Whole No. 116), April 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
J.R. JOHNSON
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

The Nature of the Russian State, by Max Shachtman

Unity – Will it Work? by Albert Goldman

How Partisan Review Goes to War, by Irving Howe

Discussion of a First Novel, by James T. Farrell

RESOLUTION:

Resolution on the International Scene, by the Workers Party

CORRESPONDENCE:

Anti-Semitism and the Polish People, by Ed Findley

Inside Front Cover: Joint Statement on Unity, by James P. Cannon & Max Shachtman


Volume XIII, Number 5 (Whole No. 117), July 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
J.R. JOHNSON
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

Stalin’s Slave Laborers, by Jack Weber

Germany After the Moscow Meet, by Henry Judd

The Class Nature of the Polish State – I, by Ernest Erber

Structural Changes in Eastern Europe, by A. Rudzienski

The Problem of “Political” Literature, by Calder Willingham

The Literary Left in the Middle ’30s, by James T. Farrell

On the Significance of Koestler

An Analysis of the German Elections, by Gertrude Blackwell

RESOLUTION:

Resolution on the French Referendum, by National Committee [of the Workers Party]

Inside Front Cover: A Note to our Readers & Business Manager’s Corner, by Business Manager


Volume XIII, Number 6 (Whole No. 118), August 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ERNEST ERBER

Leon Trotsky – In Memoriam

ARTICLES:

Taft-Hartley and Labor Politics, by Albert Gates

The Plunder of South Africa – I, by Robert Stone

Stalin’s Agents in Bolivia, by Luis Velasco

A Social Democratic “Innocent” Abroad, by A. Rudzienski

The Class Nature of the Polish State – II, by Ernest Erber

DISCUSSION ARTICLES:

SWP Unity Line Changes Again, by Albert Goldman

FEATURES:

Psychoanalysis and Literature, by Arthur A. Diener

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

From Two Old Masters, by Irving Howe

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Business Manager‘s Corner & Circulation Notes


Volume XIII, Number 7 (Whole No. 119), September 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ALBERT GATES

ARTICLES:

The Convention Struggle in the UAW, by Ben Hall

The Plunder of South Africa – II, by Robert Stone

The Jewish Problem After Hitler, by Albert Gates

DISCUSSION ARTICLES:

Russia: What is This Monstrosity? by Albert Goldman

A Latin American Manifesto, by Luis Velasco

CORRESPONDENCE:

Stalinism and the Colonies

BOOK REVIEWS:

The Concentrationary Universe

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Page: Business Manager’s Notes


Volume XIII, Number 8 (Whole No. 120), October 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ALBERT GATES

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

Behind the British Social Crisis, by Henry Judd

James Burnham, A Modern Cato, by Jack Weber

Intellectuals’ Flight from Politics, by Irving Howe

Political Program for South Africa, by Robert Stone

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

DISCUSSION ARTICLE:

Colonial Questions Today, Resolution of the Chinese Trotskyists

BOOK REVIEW:

The Anti-Hitler Plotters, by Oscar Williams


Volume XIII, Number 9 (Whole No. 121), December 1947
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
ERNEST ERBER
ALBERT GATES
ALBERT GOLDMAN
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
ALBERT GATES

What is Walter Reuther? by Herman Benson

Why Stalin Needs Slaves, by Irving Howe

Thomas Mann’s “War Guilt”, by W. Brook

The Meaning of “The Inevitability of Socialism”, by Hal Draper

The First Irish Marxist, by James T. Farrell

Trotskyism in Bolivia, by J. Robles

RESOLUTION:

Why SWP Blocked Unity, Resolution of National Committee of the Workers Party

BOOK REVIEW:

Betrayal in the Philippines, by Gerald McDermott

Inside Front Page: Memo & Attention Subscribers


Volume XIV, Number 1 (Whole No. 122), January 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
CHARLES EVANS
HENRY JUDD
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

NOTES OF THE MONTH

Toward a Reunited India, by Henry Judd

Peron: Argentine Sub-Imperialist, by Luis Velasco

What’s Ahead for Palestine? by Al Findley

Portrait of James Connolly – II, by James T. Farrell

The Neo-Stalinist Type, by Hal Draper

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Carlson: “Homo Stalinensis”, by James M. Fenwick

Bernard Shaw’s Anti-Capitalism, by Irving Howe

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOK REVIEWS:

Fanaticism and Heresy, by Richard Stoker

Is Social Science Possible? by Walter Grey

Marxist Missionary, by James M. Fenwick

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 2 (Whole No. 123), February 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

Nightfall of Capitalism, by Max Shachtman

Portrait of James Connolly – III, by James T. Farrell

Inside the Stalin-Hitler Deal, by Ricky Saunders

Flashback on the “Russian Question”, by Ernest Erber

What Makes Henry Run? by R. Fahan

RESOLUTION:

Chinese Trotskyism in the War, by M.Y. Wang

The Secret Life of James Burnham, by Louis Cassel

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

You Can’t Live There! by Gerald McDermott

Negro Struggle in History, by Ernest Rice McKinney

Inside Front Page: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 3 (Whole No. 124), March 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

Stalinism in Czechoslovakia, by Ernest Erber

Portrait of James Connolly – IV, by James T. Farrell

Stalin’s Role in the Nazi Pact, by Philip Coben

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

RESOLUTION:

Problems of Chinese Trotskyism, by M.Y. Wang

Socialist Thought Abroad, by Henry Judd

BOOKS IN REVIEWS

African Survivals? by Kate Leonard

The Wallace Wasteland, by Robert Furst

Millionaire “Free Press”, by Abe Victor

An American Dynasty, by Lucy Clayton

Book Notes:

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 4 (Whole No. 125), April 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

Can Capitalism End Jim Crow? by Ernest Rice McKinney

How the Czech CP Took Power, by Ernest Erber

The Triangle of Forces – Notes on the Czech Coup, by Hal Draper

The Capitulations of Mr. Benes, by Andrzey Rudzienski

Struggle for the Image of Gandhi, by Henry Judd

Portrait of James Connolly – V, by James T. Farrell

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Peace Prescription, by James M. Fenwick

Slave Laborer’s Story, by Irving Howe

Fighting Filipinos, by M. Young

Source Book on Imperialism, by Henry Judd

Raw Facts on Germany, by Henry Judd

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 5 (Whole No. 126), July 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

How to Defend Israel, by Hal Draper

Marshall Plan: Road to Conquest, by Homer Paxon

American Science Goes to War, by Walter Grey

On the Czechoslovakian Coup, by Ernest Erber, Emanuel Garrett & Henry Judd

Ukrainian Problem – Past and Present, by Andrzej Rudzienski

Russia’s Secret Documents on Munich, by Philip Coben

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOK REVIEWS:

Boom Days, by Gertrude Blackwell

Mealy-Mouthed Martyrs, by Theodore Enright

Crisis of Leadership, by Vincent S. Wheelon

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 6 (Whole No. 127), August 1948 [Volume incorrectly given as “VIX”]
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board: ?
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

NOTES OF THE MONTH

Roosevelt’s Secret War, by Theodore Enright

Tito versus Stalin, by Max Shachtman

Resistance in the Ukraine, by A. Rudzienski

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

DISCUSSION ARTICLE:

The Nature of the Czech Coup, by Albert Gates

Rumania: the ‘Russification’ of Economy, by Valentin Toma

At the Munich Conference, by Philip Coben

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Folklore of Fordism, by Walter Jason

Yugoslavia Under Tito, by Gordon Haskell

South African Story, by Kate Leonard

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 7 (Whole No. 128), September 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
ERNEST ERBER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

Can the Marshall Plan Succeed? by Henry Judd

Pattern of Jim Crow in South Africa, by Robert Stone

“Comrade” Tito and the Fourth International, by Hal Draper

Stalinist Terror in Rumania, by Valentin Toma

The Mysterious “Bruno R.”, by James M. Fenwick

DISCUSSION ARTICLE:

Italy: Third Front Versus CP, by Andrzej Rudzienski

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Trotskyist Primer, by Philip Coben

War Vignette, by James M. Fenwick

No Glory, No Glamor, by Charles Stewart

Miscellany on Russia, by Philip Coben

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 8 (Whole No. 129), October 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
PAUL BERN

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

The Economic Drive Behind Tito, by Hal Draper

The Congress of the Fourth International, by Max Shachtman

Szakasits of Hungary, by Valentin Toma

Dutch Picture, by Theo Anselme

DISCUSSION ARTICLE:

Socialist Policy in East Europe, by A Group of Eastern European Marxists

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOK REVIEW:

Their Morals and Ours, by Philip Coben

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XIV, Number 9 (Whole No. 130), November 1948
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

The Record of Taft-Hartleyism, by Anne Temple

Class Forces Behind Tito, by Hal Draper

Titoism in Poland and Yugoslavia, by Valentin Toma

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOK REVIEW:

Labor’s Leaders, by Ben Hall

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 1 (Whole No. 131), January 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

DEBATE:

The Social Philosophy of Marxism vs. Catholicism

Party Machines and Labor Politics, by William Barton

Is France Recovering? by Henry Judd

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

On the Psychology of Stalinism, by Juan Andrade

BOOK REVIEWS:

Hitler’s Coolies, by N.S.

Politics and Classes, by Jack Brad

Lost Decade, by James M. Fenwick

Views on Anti-Semitism, by Leon Shields

CORRESPONDENCE:

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 2 (Whole No. 132), February 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

Truman’s Fair Deal: Payment Deferred, by Ben Hall

DISCUSSION ARTICLES:

What Is Chinese Stalinism? by Jack Brad

One Year of Czech Dictatorship, by Rudy Svoboda

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Through Hopkins’ Eyes, by Duncan Farley

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 3 (Whole No. 133), March 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
HAL DRAPER
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff:
REVA CRAINE
HENRY JUDD
WALTER KOCH
Managing Editor:
HAL DRAPER
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

Boom and Bust in American Prosperity, by Jack Ranger

Eisenhower: Portrait in Brass, by James M. Fenwick

The War in Indonesia, by Frits Kief

American Student Movement: A Survey, by Julius Falk

In the Next Issue

DISCUSSION ARTICLE:

The Inevitability of Socialism, by Thompson Conley

The Rumanian Church is Statified, by Valentin Toma

Inside Front Cover: An Apology to Our Readers


Volume XV, Number 4 (Whole No. 134), April 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff: REVA CRAINE
WALTER KOCH
Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

EDITORIAL COMMENT:

The Russian Ukrainian Underground, by Vs.F.

Letter to a Cuban Socialist, by Amelio Alvarez

Stalinism in Germany, by Jacques

The Inevitability of Socialism – Concluded, by Thompson Conley

RESOLUTIONS:

Capitalism, Stalinism and the War, International Resolution of the ISL

  1. Changes in Capitalist Imperialism
  2. Stalinism and the Rise of the New Russian Empire
  3. Marxists and the Third World War

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 5 (Whole No. 135), July 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff: REVA CRAINE
WALTER KOCH
Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

EDITORIAL COMMENT:

Symposium: The New Europe, by The Editors

Europe Rejects War, by Ignazio Silone

Marshall Plan: Phase II, by Henry Judd

England: Grim Island Kingdom, by R. Harper

CORRESPONDENCE:

Journey to Sedistan, by Roger Martin

Meet Ilya Ehrenburg, by Martin Thomas

The American Recession, by A. Kimbay

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

ECAnomics, by Ben Hall

Under Two Despots, by H.J.

MacArthurland, by Jack Brad

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 6 (Whole No. 136), August 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff: REVA CRAINE
WALTER KOCH
Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

Labor Policy: New Deal and Fair Deal, by Ben Hall

Against Both War Camps

DISCUSSION ARTICLES:

The Pacifism of the Masses, by Paul Parisot

An Explanation, by The Editors

The Relevance of Trotskyism, by Henry Judd

OUT OF SOCIALISM’S ARCHIVES:

Literary “Discussion” in Russia

CORRESPONDENCE

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Sternberg’s View, by Jack Brad

Portrait of a Socialist Rebel, by R. Fahan

Inside Front Cover: Memo


Volume XV, Number 7 (Whole No. 137), September 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
BEN HALL
MAX SHACHTMAN
HENRY JUDD
Staff: REVA CRAINE
WALTER KOCH
Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Business Manager:
JOSEPH ROAN

A Step Forward of the Third Camp, by Saul Berg

EDITORIAL COMMENT:

The UE Convention Fight, by Albert Gates

Devaluation and the Dollar Crisis, by Duncan Farley

A Left Wing of the Labor Movement? by Max Shachtman

BOOK REVIEW:

Portrait of a Militant Union, by Ben Hall

ARCHIVES OF THE REVOLUTION:

Soviets and the Constituent Assembly, by Max Shachtman


Volume XV, Number 8 (Whole No. 138), December 1949
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editorial Board:
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
MAX SHACHTMAN
Staff: REVA CRAINE
WALTER KOCH
Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

Purges in Bulgaria, from The Economist

A Turning Point for the CIO, by Walter Jason

Intellectual Freedom and Stalinists, by Irving Howe

Is an Underground Possible in Russia? by A. Babenko

Four Portraits of Stalinism, I. Walter Duranty, David Shub, by Max Shachtman

Sir Grant-Duff Meets Karl Marx

To Our Readers


Volume XVI, Number 1 (Whole No. 139), January–February 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH
Editorial Staff:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD

EDITORIALS:

How Europe Aided the US, by Albert Gates

Four Portraits of Stalinism: II. Bertram D. Wolfe, by Max Shachtman

The Relevance of Marxism, by Albert Gates

The New World Union Federation, by Pedro Bonet

The Diary of Victor Serge, II. Reiss, Krivitsky, Bastich and Others

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Dangerous Radicals, by R. Fahan

A Service to Labor, by Walter Jason

Trapped in Emptiness, by James M. Fenwick

“Righting” History, by Henry Judd

Germany Surveyed, by Henry Judd

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVI, Number 2 (Whole No. 140), March–April 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

EDITORIAL:

Viewing the British Elections, by Emanuel Garrett

The Politics of Incineration, by R. Fahan

Fact or Fiction on Lenin’s Role:

Four Portraits of Stalinism: III. Bertram D. Wolfe (cont’d), by Max Shachtman

In a Time of Duplicity – III. Doriot, Alexis Tolstoy, Bombacci, from the Diary of Victor Serge

BOOKS IN REVIEWS

John L. Lewis, by Walter Jason

Burnham Rides Again, by Peter Loumos

Key to Asia, by Jack Brad

Sub-Continent, by H.J.

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVI, Number 3 (Whole No. 141), May–June 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

Reflections on a Decade Past, by Max Shachtman

Is Russia a Socialist Community, A Debate

The Tragedy of Romain Rolland, from The Diary of Victor Serge, IV

Problems of Yesterday and Today, by Alfred Rosmer

ARCHIVES:

A Visit with Karl Marx, by John Swinton

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Variation on a Theme, by Albert Gates

American Freedom and atholic Power, by Gerry McDermott

CORRESPONDENCE:

Pro and Con on Guérin

Sees Flaw in Lens, from C. Craig

Inside Front Cover: Memo & Note


Volume XVI, Number 4 (Whole No. 142), July–August 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

EDITORIALS:

The Political War for Korea, by Jack Brad

Asia Enters World History, by Jack Brad & Henry Judd

The Scientist in a Time of Terror, by Carl Darton

Four Portraits of Stalinism: IV. Bertram D. Wolfe (concluded), by Max Shachtman

AN EXCHANGE OF VIEWS:

Recollections of Gorki, from The Diary of Victor Serge, V

BOOKS IN REVIEWS

Dubious History, by James M. Fenwick

War Strategy, by James M. Fenwick

MISCELLANY:

Don’t Shoot the Piano-Player, He’s Doing the Best He Can, by James T. Farrell

Inside Front Cover: Notice to NI Subscribers, by L.G. Smith, & Leon Trotsky


Volume XVI, Number 5 (Whole No. 143), September–October 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

EDITORIAL:

Trotsky in Paris During World War I, by Alfred Rosmer

Verdict on the Moscow Trials, by Albert Gates

Korea and US Foreign Policy, by James M. Fenwick

French Periodical Reprints Debate

Four Portraits of Stalinism: V. Isaac Deutscher, by Max Shachtman

The Assassin and His Crime, from The Diary of Victor Serge, VI

CORRESPONDENCE:

Issues in Dispute

BOOK REVIEWS:

Anatomy of Murder, by J.M.F.

Stalinism Examined, by Henry Judd

The German Soldier, by R. Fahan

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVI, Number 6 (Whole No. 144), November–December 1950
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

After Korea – What?, by T.N. Vance

The Constituent Assembly in Russia, by Saul Berg

Lenin’s Way – or Tito’s Way? by Henry Judd

Verdict on the Moscow Trials, by Albert Gates

1984 – Utopia Reversed, by Irving Howe

Measuring Kravchenko’s Testimony, from The Diary of Victor Serge, VII

The Liberal in the United States, by William Barton

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

“Marginal Utility” Socialism, by Duncan Farley

Index 1950


Volume XVII, Number 1 (Whole No. 145), January–February 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

Aspects of the British Labour Government, by Max Shachtman

The Ideology of Gradualness, by Henry Judd

Is England Moving Toward Socialism? by Gordon Haskell

The Permanent War Economy – I (Its Basic Characteristics), by T.N. Vance

Some Notes on the War Issue, by Henry Judd

The Liberal in the United States – II, by William Barton

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Serge’s Novel, by Irving Howe

Pastepot History, by Stan Grey

Apology for Privilege, by Ben Hall

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVII, Number 2 (Whole No. 146), March–April 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

The Permanent War Economy – II (Declining Standards of Living), by T.N. Vance

Morocco – A New Indo-China? by J.

The Stalinist State in China, by M.Y. Wang

Who Controls India’s Economy? by Asoka Mehta

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Second Phase in Japan, by Abel Baker

India and the U.S., by Abel Baker

The Question of Tito, by Henry Judd

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVII, Number 3 (Whole No. 147), May–June 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

The Permanent War Economy – III (Increasing State Intervention), by T.N. Vance

On Tanks and Dentures, by Henry Judd

Socialist Policy and the War – I, by Max Shachtman

Workers Control of Production, by Henry Judd

Workers Control of Production, by Leon Trotsky

Co-Determination in Germany, by Eugene Keller

Perspectives of British Labor, by Jim Hinchcliffe

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

South Africa, by H.J.

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith


Volume XVII, Number 4 (Whole No. 148), July–August 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLE:

Socialist Policy and the War – II, by Max Shachtman

ISL RESOLUTIONS:

ARTICLE:

The Permanent War Economy – IV (Military-Economic Imperialism), by T.N. Vance

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith, and Note


Volume XVII, Number 5 (Whole No. 149), September–October 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

Natalia Trotsky’s Letter – A Comment, by Alfred Rosmer

The Permanent War Economy – V (Some Significant Trends), by T.N. Vance

Notes on the New Germany, by Henry Judd

India’s Foreign Policy Examined, by Asoka Mehta

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The Middle Class in U.S. Society, by Gordon Haskell

CORRESPONDENCE:

Socialist Policy and the War

BOOK REVIEWS:

A View of Labor, by Ben Hall

The “Why?” Is Missing, by Jack Ranger

Commendable Study, by Jack Brad

Serge’ Memoirs, by H.J.


Volume XVII, Number 6 (Whole No. 150), November–December 1951
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
AN ORGAN OF REVOLUTIONARY MARXISM
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT
Editorial Board:
JAMES M. FENWICK
ALBERT GATES
BEN HALL
HENRY JUDD
Business Manager:
L.G. SMITH

ARTICLES:

Judgment of an Era, by Albert Gates

How Great the Tory Victory? by Henry Judd

The Persian Oil Dispute, by Jim Hinchcliffe

The Permanent War Economy – VI (Taxation and the Class Struggle), by T.N. Vance

EXCERPTS FROM KARL MARX

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Selected Pages, by Henry Judd

Unique Novel, by Henry Judd

Alphabetical Index – Volume XVII (1951)

CORRESPONDENCE:

[Permananent War Economy], from Philadelphia Branch, Independent Socialist League

Inside Front Cover: Memo, by L.G. Smith, & Correction


Volume XVIII, Number 1 (Whole No. 151), January–February 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

United States Dilemma in Korea, by Jack Brad

Stalinism in East Germany, by B. Ess

BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE:

Western Totalitarianism, by Albert Gates

Is Russia a Workers State? by Max Shachtman


Volume XVIII, Number 2 (Whole No. 152), March–April 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE:

The Politics of Bevanism, by Gordon Haskell

The Second Labor Government, by Jim Hinchcliffe

BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE:

The Judgment of an Era, by Albert Gates

Is Germany a New Order? by B. Ess

Israel on Its Fourth Anniversary, by Al Findley

CORRESPONDENCE:

An Exchange on Nationalization


Volume XVIII, Number 3 (Whole No. 153), May–June 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

The Critics of American Socialism, by Irving Howe

Aspects of Russian Imperialism, by Gertrude Blackwell & A. Kimbay

Precursors of Marx, by Analytikos

Andrew Scott MacKay, The Anatomy of Communism, by B. Mott

Philip Selznick, The Organizational Weapon, by D. Harris


Volume XVIII, Number 4 (Whole No. 154), July–August 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

EDITORIAL:

Social Policies of the British Labor Government, by Henry Judd

Class Struggle in Czechoslovakia, by George Benda & Natalie Simmons


Volume XVIII, Number 5 (Whole No. 155), September–October 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

The Eisenhower Victory: A Challenge to Labor, by Gordon Haskell

Two Eras of War – I, by G. Zinoviev

BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE:

The Horrors of Chambers, by Albert Gates

CORRESPONDENCE:


Volume XVIII, Number 6 (Whole No. 156), November–December 1952
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
EMANUEL GARRETT

Politics of the CIO Convention, by Ben Hall

The Bureaucratic Conflict in Czechoslovakia, by George Benda

Stalin on Socialism, by Max Shachtman

Two Eras of War – II, by G. Zinoviev

BOOK REVIEW:

Fritz Sternberg, Capitalism and Socialism on Trial, by Albert Gates


Volume XIX, Number 1 (Whole No. 157), January–February 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:

JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

The Basis of Russian Anti-Semitism, by Abe Stein

Two Eras of War – III, by G. Zinoviev

An Open Letter to Zapotocky, by Alois Neurath


Volume XIX, Number 2 (Whole No. 158), March–April 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

Dissension and Friction in Russia’s Ruling Class, by Abe Stein

The Permanent War Economy Under Eisenhower, by T.N. Vance

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Solomon M. Schwarz, Labor in the Soviet Union, by Max Shachtman

Henry Higgs, The Physiocrats, by Albert Gates


Volume XIX, Number 3 (Whole No. 159), May–June 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

The June Uprising of East German Workers, by H.F. Stille

Stalin’s Place in History, by Albert Gates

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Income Distribution in US, by T.H. Vance


Volume XIX, Number 4 (Whole No. 168), July–August 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

Civil Liberties and the Philosopher of the Cold War, by Gordon Haskell and Julius Falk

The New Turn in Kremlin Policy, by Abe Stein


Volume XIX, Number 5 (Whole No. 141), September–October 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

Two Analyses of American Labor

  1. by Walter Jason
  2. by Ben Hall

The Myth of Lenin’s Defeatism – I, by Hal Draper

Bevanism During the War, by Donald Slaiman

Lord Acton and Political Power

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Alfred Rosmer, Moscow Under Lenin, by A.G.


Volume XIX, Number 6 (Whole No. 162), November–December 1953
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

The Myth Of Lenin’s Defeatism – II, by Hal Draper

Bevanism During the War – II (Concluding), by Donald Slaiman

Index Of Volume XIX (Jan.-Dec. 1953)


Volume XX, Number 1 (Whole No. 163), January–February 1954
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A Marxist Review
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

Twenty-Five Years of American Trotskyism, by Max Shachtman

McCarthy And McCarthyism, by Julius Falk

The Myth of Lenin’s Defeatism – III, by Hal Draper

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Containment or Liberation;
What Europe Thinks of America, by Albert Gates

Review and Reflections, by B.H.


Volume XX, Number 2 (Whole No. 164), March–April 1954
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A Marxist Review
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

ARTICLES:

The End of Socialism: A Review of Isaac Deutscher, by Max Shachtman

The Crisis in French Stalinism

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Civil Liberties and the Vinson Court, by M.H.


Volume XX, Number 3 (Whole No. 165), May–June 1954
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A Marxist Review
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

ARTICLES:

The Counterfeit Concept of Countervailing Power, by T.N. Vance

France and American Foreign Policy, by Abe Stein

The Early Crisis of American Socialism, by Albert Gates

The End of Socialism – II, by Max Shachtman

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Lobbyist For The People, by G.K.H.


Volume XX, Number 4 (Whole No. 166), July–August 1954
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A Marxist Review
Published bi-monthly by the New International Publishing- Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

The End of Socialism – III, by Max Shachtman

The Power of the Third Camp

Growth of Conservatism

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The Dynamics Of Soviet Society, by A.S.


Volume XXI, Number 1 (Whole No. 167), Spring 1955
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

“Co-Existence” as a Catch-Phrase in the Cold War, by Max Shachtman

Berle’s Capitalist Revolution, by T.N. Vance

Rearmament and German Social Democracy, by Abe Stein

The Rich Get Richer, by George Simon

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The Fall of a Titan, How Russia Is Ruled, Terror and Progress, by A.S.


Volume XXI, Number 2 (Whole No. 168), Summer 1955
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

NOTES OF THE MONTH:

ARTICLES:

The Crisis in Distribution, by T.N. Vance

Moscow in Lenin’s Days: 1920–21, by A. Rosmer

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Kempton’s Ruins and Monuments, by Max Martin

Dissipating Reputations, by Abe Stein

Fictionalized Biography, by Michael Harrington

Magazine Chronicle, by Julius Falk & Abe Stein


Volume XXI, Number 3 (Whole No. 169), Fall 1955
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New international Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

ARTICLES:

Socialism in the United States:
What Can Its Past and Present Disclose About Its Future? by Max Shachtman

The Origins of the Communist Movement in the US, by Julius Falk

British Labor After the Elections, by Owen Roberts

Moscow in Lenin’s Days: 1920–21, by Alfred Rosmer

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

A Study of Bolshevism, by A.G.

Struggle for Indochina, by Frances Wright


Volume XXI, Number 4 (Whole No. 170), Winter 1955–56
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

QUARTERLY NOTES:

ARTICLES:

Economic Prospects for 1956, by T.N. Vance

Moscow in Lenin’s Days: 1920–21, by Alfred Rosmer

The Origins of the Communist Movement in the US – II, by Julius Falk

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

Socialist Party of America, by H.W. Benson


THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.
Volume XXII, Number 1 (Whole No. 171), Spring 1956

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

The Southern Negro and Democracy, by H.W. Benson

Stalin Goes – His Minions Remain, by Albert Gates

Israel’s Laboristic Economy, by Albert Findley

A Marxist Approach to Art, by Michael Harrington

Origins of the Communist Movement in the US – III, by Julius Falk

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The Age of Reform, by George Rawlings

The Trail of the Dinosaur, by Edward Hill

Communism, Conformity, and Civil Liberties, by John W. Parris

Grand Inquest, by John W. Parris

The American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement, by Albert Gates

Immigration and the United States, by H.B.


Volume XXII, Number 2 (Whole No. 172), Summer 1956
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK,

QUARTERLY NOTES:

ARTICLES:

Israel’s Arab Minority: The Beginning of a Tragedy, by Hal Draper

Organization and Consciousness of the American Working Class, by H.W. Benson

The Working Class Movement in Tropical Africa – I, by A. Giacometti

Moscow in Lenin’s Days – IV, by Alfred Rosmer

BOOKS IN REVIEW


Volume XXII, Number 3 (Whole No. 173), Fall 1956
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

ARTICLES:

The Communist Party at the Crossroads, by H. W. Benson

QUARTERLY NOTES:


Volume XXIII, Number 1 (Whole No. 174), Winter 1957
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

QUARTERLY NOTES:

ARTICLES:

Israel’s Arab Minority: The Great Land Robbery, by Hal Draper

European Socialism – I
Post-War Evolution of the Italian Movement, by Lucio Libertini

The Labor Movement in Tropical Africa – II, by A. Giacometti

The Mandarins’ Lament, by James M. Fenwick


Volume XXIII, Number 2 (Whole No. 175), Spring 1957
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK

ARTICLES:

The Case for Socialist Regroupment, by Albert Gates

European Socialism – II
Prospects for the British Labor Party, by Owen Roberts

The-Labor Movement in Tropical Africa – III, by A. Giacometti

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

France Against Herself, by Frances Wright

Memoirs of Michael Karolyi, by Stan Grey

The Development of Academic Freedom in the United States
Academic Freedom in Our Time, by Max Martin

Ecrits 1928-1940, Volume I, by A.G.

Bibliographie des Oeuvres de Karl Marx, by A.G.

The Functions of Social Conflict, by Michael Harrington

Continuity and Change in Russian and Soviet Thought, by Mel Becker

Red Scare, by Don Harris

The American Class Structure, by Michael Harrington

Black Bourgeoisie, by H.W.B.

The Fall, by Mel Becker

An Almanac of Liberty, by J. Parris


Volume XXIII, Number 3 (Whole No. 176), Summer 1957
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor
JULIUS FALK
Advisory Staff
MICHAEL HARRINGTON
CY JACKSON
GEORGE POST
MAX MARTIN.

A New Stage in the Russian Crisis, by Max Shachtman

Bureaucratic Collectivism: Two Eras, by Max Shachtman

Unions, Racketeers and Senators, by H.W. Benson

An Amalgam of Marx And Keynes, by T.N. Vance

What Is Orthodox Marxism? by George Lukacs
with an introduction by Michael Harrington

MAGAZINE CHRONICLE:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The Age of Roosevelt: The Crisis of the Old Order, by George Rawick

The Communist International 1919–1943, Documents, Volume 1 1919–1922, by J.F.


Volume XXIII, Number 4 (Whole No. 177), Fall 1957
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK
Advisory Staff:
MICHAEL HARRINGTON
CY JACKSON
GEORGE POST
MAX MARTIN

ARTICLES:

American Communism: A Re-Examination of the Past, by Max Shachtman

American Foreign Policy in the Clouds, by Sam Bottone

The Crisis in Education, by Frances Wright

Origins 0f Venezuelan Revolution, by Juan Parao

MAGAZINE CHRONICLE:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

What Do You Know About Labor? by Ben Hall


Volume XXIV, Number 1 (Whole No. 178), Winter 1958
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK
Advisory Staff:
MICHAEL HARRINGTON
CY JACKSON
GEORGE POST
MAX MARTIN

NOTES OF THE QUARTER:

ARTICLES:

The Decline of French Socialism, by A. Giacometti

Is There a Political Novel? by Michael Harrington

Djilas’ Indictment of Stalinism, by Albert Gates

Fromm Views the Sane Society, by Jules Sorel

The Economic Roots of Reformism, by Tony Cliff

AN EXCHANGE OF VIEWS:

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

American Radicals: Some Problems and Personalities, by Julius Falk

A History of Sino-Russian Relations, by Sy Landy

The Naked God, by Phyllis Hoffmann

Studies in Rebellion, by Mel Stack


Volume XXIV, Numbers 2–3 (Whole No. 179), Spring–Summer 1958
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
A MARXIST REVIEW
Published quarterly by the New International Publishing Co.

Editor:
MAX SHACHTMAN
Managing Editor:
JULIUS FALK
Advisory Staff:
MICHAEL HARRINGTON
CY JACKSON
GEORGE POST
MAX MARTIN

Our Last Issue, by the Editors

ISL Statement, by the Political Committee, ISL

NOTES OF THE QUARTER:

ARTICLES:

Despotism’s Fortress in Asia, by Michael Harrington

A New Look at the New Deal, by George Rawick

The SFIO and the Fifth Republic, by Michael Harrington

A New Movement is Needed, by André Giacometti

The Counsel of Despair, by Max Shachtman

The Recession: A Keynesian View, by Herman Roseman

BOOKS IN REVIEW:

The American Communist Party, A Critical History, by Michael Harrington

Social Responsibilities of Organized Labor, by Ben Hall

Attorney for the Damned, by P.H.

On the Line, by Sam Bottone

The First International: Minutes of the Hague Congress of 1872 with Related Documents, by A.L.

MAGAZINE CHRONICLE:

CORRESPONDENCE:

Index For Years 1957–1958


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