ETOL Writers: Stanley Plastrik (Sherman Stanley, Henry Judd)


Stanley Plastrik Internet Archive

Stanley Plastrik
(Henry Judd/Sherman Stanley)

(1915 – 1981)


Biography

Not available at present

 

WORKS:

March 1938:

White Sahibs (book review, as S. Stanley)

April 1938:

Problems of Colonial India I (as S. Stanley)

May 1938:

Problems of Colonial India II (as S. Stanley)

June 1938:

Problems of Colonial India III (as S. Stanley)

September 1938:

Notes on Contemporary India (as S. Stanley)

November 1938:

Mann in Uniform (book review, as S. Stanley)

February 1939:

Will India Accept Federation? (as S. Stanley)

May 1939:

The Irish Question (as Sherman Stanley)

September 1939:

The Story Behind Tea (as Sherman Stanley)

October 1939:

British Imperialism in India (as Sherman Stanley)

April 1940:

India and the Third Camp (as Sherman Stanley)

October 1940:

The Japanese Empire at War (as Sherman Stanley)

October 1940:

The Tragedy of China’s National War (as Sherman Stanley)

October 1940:

Shanghai – A City in Turmoil (as Sherman Stanley)

October 1940:

On the Road to Singapore (as Sherman Stanley)

November 1940:

Saigon – Ripening the Fruit for Plucking (as Sherman Stanley)

November 1940:

Ceylon – The Island of Paradise (as Sherman Stanley)

December 1940:

British Empire Goes Into Hock – U.S. Is Pawnbroker (as Sherman Stanley)

December 1940:

Picks a Bone with a Columnist (letter, as Sherman Stanley)

January 1941:

Future of the Japanese Empire (as Sherman Stanley)

January 1941:

In Salute to a Soldier of the Revolution (obituary, as S.S.)

January 1941:

Renegacy at Its Worst (letter, as Sherman Stanley)

January 1941:

U.S. Imperialism Maneuvering for World Domination (as Sherman Stanley)

February 1941:

British Representatives Hold Delhi Conference (as Sherman Stanley)

March 1941:

Stalinists Stage Old Show Under New Name, Slogan (as Sherman Stanley)

April 1941:

The APM Meets, ‘Discusses,’ Passes Stalinist Resolutions (as Henry Judd)

April 1941:

Eton Brahmin (as Sherman Stanley)

April 1941:

Famine’s Four Horsemen Trample Warring Europe (as Sherman Stanley)

April 1941:

Shop Steward Movement Comes Back (as Henry Judd)

May 1941:

Imperialist Powers Reach for Near and Middle East (as Sherman Stanley)

May 1941:

India Status Haunts MP’s (as S.S.)

June 1941:

Step by Step Toward Open Intervention (as Henry Judd)

July 1941:

Agrees With PC Position (as Henry Judd)

July 1941:

Singapore and British Malaya – Armored Cars and Tanks Used Against Strikers (as Henry Judd)

September 1941:

Anglo-American Friendship Runs Smack Into a Few Not-So-Very-Friendly Arguments About Business (as Henry Judd)

September 1941:

Once More on Invasion of Iran ... (as Henry Judd)

October 1941:

Anti-Nazi Revolts Spread in Europe! (as Henry Judd)

October 1941:

Defense of Russia in the World War Equals Defense of “Democratic” Camp (as Henry Judd)

November 1941:

An Eyewitness View of France Today (as Henry Judd)

December 1941:

American Facelifters Work on Stalin – Now “A Kindly Man With Grey Hair” (as Henry Judd)

December 1941:

Burma, Malaya, East Indies – The Stakes in the Far East (as Henry Judd)

December 1941:

The Country Where You Are Jailed for “Danger Thoughts” (as Henry Judd)

December 1941:

Japanese People Enslaved and Robbed by a Ruling Clique of Imperialists and Militarists (as Henry Judd)

December 1941:

What Is Happening Inside Hitlerland? (as Henry Judd)

January 1942:

Behind the South America Conference (as Henry Judd)

January 1942:

The Bitter Struggle for Singapore Involves Vast Imperialist Stakes (as Henry Judd)

January 1942:

Winston Churchill – Knight of St. George or Imperialist Aristocrat and Friend of Reaction? (as Henry Judd)

February 1942:

Behind the Fall of Singapore (as Henry Judd)

February 1942:

Eire Protests Neutrality Violation (as Henry Judd)

February 1942:

U.S. Dollar Diplomacy Wins a Victory in South America (as Henry Judd)

February 1942:

Why Roosevelt Loaned $500,000,000 to China (as Henry Judd)

March 1942:

Behind the Struggle for Indian Independence (as Henry Judd)

March 1942:

Does Hindu-Moslem Enmity Prevent Indian Freedom? (as Henry Judd)

March 1942:

India’s Fight for Freedom (as Henry Judd)

March 1942:

Nehru – Leader of a Free India? (as Henry Judd)

March 1942:

A Program for Indian Independence (as Henry Judd)

April 1942:

Britain Offers a Rubber Check to Indian People (as Henry Judd)

April 1942:

Independence – Next Step for the Indian People! (as Henry Judd)

May 1942:

Britain’s Political Crisis and the Role of the Independent Labor Party (as Henry Judd)

May 1942:

The British ILP Holds Convention (as Henry Judd)

May 1942:

Europe – Released Reporters Tell of Discontent (as Henry Judd)

May 1942:

Gandhi’s “Passive Resistance” Line a Blow at Freedom for Indian People (as Henry Judd)

June 1942:

Bahamas – Roosting Ground of Windsor and Wally – And Where Strikers Are Shot Down! (as H.J.)

June 1942:

Letter of Protest (as Henry Judd, with Irving Howe)

Contributor Replies to Protest Letter, from Susan Green

June 1942:

One Year – America and Russia as War Allies (as Henry Judd)

June 1942:

Surrender – What Labor Gave Up Since Pearl Harbor (as Henry Judd)

June 1942:

Wallace – ‘A Pint of Milk And Pair of Shoes’ (as Henry Judd)

June 1942:

Wants Information About Renegade (letter, as Henry Judd)

July 1942:

China – Is U.S. a Friend of Chinese People? (as Henry Judd)

July 1942:

Economics – Basis Now Laid for Militarized Economy (as Henry Judd)

July 1942:

India’s People Still Demand Freedom! (as H.J.)

July 1942:

Military – Basis Now Is Laid for a Mass Army (as Henry Judd)

July 1942:

Strategy – Is America Developing Strategy for War? (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

Argentina – Why Does It Refuse to Break with Axis? (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

The Axis – Dispatch Reveals World Strategy (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

F.D.R. – Are These His Post-War Plans? (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

Hands Off India (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

Latin America – How Is Good Neighbor Policy Working Out? (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

Some Facts on ‘Enmity’ of Hindu and Moslem (as Henry Judd)

August 1942:

There Is No Compromise on India’s Demand for Immediate Independence (as Henry Judd)

September 1942:

British Violence Against India’s People Continues (as Henry Judd)

September 1942:

FDR’s Speech – A Step Toward Total War Regime (as Henry Judd)

September 1942:

Fourth Year – And the World War Goes On! (as Henry Judd)

September 1942:

War Bonds – Forced Sayings in the Offing (as Henry Judd)

October 1942:

British Violence Increases in India (as Henry Judd)

October 1942:

India – Is America Set to Intervene? (as Henry Judd)

October 1942:

Mr. Willkie – ‘I Speak as I Damned Please!’ (as Henry Judd)

October 1942:

1943 – Year of the Second Front? (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

Africa – On the ‘Diplomacy’ of the Invasion (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

The Elections – Workers Show Little Campaign Interest (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

Imperialism – How Does This Term Apply to the War? (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

Post-Office Department Dictators Bar Mailing of Labor Newspaper (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

Propaganda – What America Says to the Axis World (as Henry Judd)

November 1942:

Stalin’s Strikebreakers at Work in India (as Henry Judd)

December 1942:

Food – Its Use Will Be a Mighty Weapon (as Henry Judd)

January 1946:

America’s Role in Europe (as Henry Judd)

February 1946:

England and Its Labor Government (as Henry Judd)

March 1946:

France in 1946 (as Henry Judd)

May 1946:

The Germanies – I (as Henry Judd)

August 1946:

The Germanies – II (as Henry Judd)

October 1946:

Kravchenko – Product of the Stalinist Era (as Henry Judd)

November 1946:

Why the Germans Failed to Revolt – Rebuttal of H. Leder (as Henry Judd)

December 1946:

Behind the Hindu-Moslem Strife (as Henry Judd)

December 1946:

Politics of the International Working Class (as H.J.)

September 1947:

Stalinism and the Colonies – Rejoinder to the LSSP (as Henry Judd)

October 1947:

Behind the British Social Crisis (as Henry Judd)

January 1948:

Toward a Re-United India (as Henry Judd)

April 1948:

Struggle for the Image of Gandhi (as Henry Judd)

July 1948:

On the Czechoslovakian Coup (as Henry Judd, with Ernest Erber & Emanuel Garrett)

September 1948:

Can the Marshall Plan Succeed? (as Henry Judd)

September 1948:

Criticism of Henry Paxon on the Marshall Plan (letter, as Henry Judd)

February 1949:

The Real RDR – A Reply (as Henry Judd)

November 1950:

Lenin’s Way – or Tito’s Way? (as Henry Judd)

 



Last updated: 23 September 2014