Marxist Writers: Joseph Hansen

Marxists’ Internet Archive

Joseph Hansen

(1910 – 1979)

Biography [from from their Bio-bibliographical sketches of selected Trotskyists page]


September 1938: “In Stalin’s Realm” – The Russian Workers’ Own Story (extended book review)

December 1938: Gold Is Still Where You Find It (book review)

June 1939: Father Coughlin – Fascist Demagogue (pamphlet – PDF) (as published in Socialist Appeal)

1939 Coughlin Delivers Fascist Blast Against Workers Defense Guards

August 1940: The Attempted Assassination of Leon Trotsky

October 1940: With Trotsky to the End

November 1940: Trotsky’s Last Battle Against the Revisionists

December 1940: New Ways of War (book review)

January 1941: March of Military Events

February 1941: Burnham’s Attorney Carries On

February 1941: How Stalin Murdered Trotsky

February 1941: How the GPU Murdered Ignace Reiss

March 1941: Why Connolly Didn’t Get More Votes for A.L.P.

March 1941: United May Day Group Meets

June 1941: Burnham’s Managerial Revolution (extended book review)

August 1941: A Speech To The Youth on Trotsky

November 1941: Four Fronts of World War II

December 1941: On the War Fronts

May 1942: On the War Fronts

November 1942: A Defamer of Trotsky

February 1943: Roosevelt and Spain

May 1943: The Shipbuilding Scandal

October 1943: A Shamefaced Apologist For Fascism

February 1944: How the Trotskyists Went to Jail

September 1944: Trotsky’s Prognosis of Our Epoch

December 1945: Hayek Pleads for Capitalism (book review)

June 1947: A Wall Street Drummer Boy (book review)

September 1947: Evolution of a Renegade

May 1948: New Evidence of Stalin’s Fear

June 1949: Fear and the Bomb (book review)

December 1949: The Problem Of Eastern Europe

July 1950: Stalin’s Frame-Up System

January 1951: The Lysenko Case 1 (with R.H. Monroe)

March 1951: The Lysenko Case 2 (with R.H. Monroe)

January 1953: Letter from Joseph Hansen, Morris Stein and Farrel Dobbs

February 1953: What the New York Discussion Has Revealed

Aug.–Oct. 1953: Is World War III Inevitable? A series of 7 articles from The Militant

Spring 1954: Pablo Approves “New” Economic Policy of Malenkov Regime

Fall 1954: Bernstein’s Challenge to Marx (book review)

Winter 1955: A Liberal Looks at the World Map (book review)

Spring 1955: Peasant and Bureaucrat (book review)

Summer 1955: Soviet Policies in China 1917-1924 (book review)

Fall 1955: No Thaw Yet (book review)

Winter 1956: On the Politics of Outer Mongolia (book review)

Spring 1956: A Psychoanalyst Looks for a Sane Society (book review)

Summer 1956: “But Why Did They Confess?” (book review)

Summer 1957: How To Build An Anti-Monopoly Coalition

Winter 1958: Three Programs for Peace

Spring 1958: Proposed Roads to Soviet Democracy

Summer 1958: The First Four Congresses

Fall 1958: Corliss Lamont on Humanism

Winter 1959: John Gates Tells His Story

Winter 1959: Schweitzer’s Appeals

Summer 1959: Trotsky “Psychoanalyzed”

Summer 1960: Ideology of the Cuban Revolution

1961: No Victory for Nazis

1961: Theory and the Cuban Revolution

Winter 1961 Letter from Joseph Hansen to Larry Trainor

April 1962: Che Guevara and the Cuban Trotskyists

October 1962: Trotskyism and the Cuban Revolution: An Answer to Hoy

November 1962: Cuba – the Acid Test: A Reply to the Ultraleft Sectarians

1963: Reunification of the Fourth International

August 1963: International Report at the Twentieth Convention of the Socialist Workers Party

Winter 1964: Deutscher on Trotsky

Summer 1964: Exchange of Views on Deutscher Biography (Reply to George Breitman)

1965: What the Record Really Shows: The Test of the Cuban Revolution

Fall 1965: A Trotsky Anthology

1966: The Catastrophe in Indonesia [3 articles include 1 by Ernest Mandel]

1966: Healy Reconstructs the Fourth International

Winter 1966: Vietnam and World Politics

Summer 1966: Stalinism or Trotskyism in the Cuban Revolution?

Fall 1966: The Case Against “Pacification” in Vietnam

July 1967: Is Marxism-Leninism Obsolete?

November 1967: The OLAS Conference: Tactics and Strategy of a Continental Revolution

1968 Fidel Castro’s Position on the invasion and occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact countries

January 1968: Report on the International Situation

April 1971: In Defense of the Leninist Strategy of Party Building

1973: Argentina and Bolivia—The Balance Sheet

May 1975: The Forced Evacuation of Cambodia’s Cities


Last updated on: 17 January 2016