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SOCIALIST REVIEW

Contents by Issue
(November 1950 – June 1962)


Vol. 1 No. 1, November 1950
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited and Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6 (Duplicated)

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

The Struggle of the Powers, by R. Tennant

The Meaning of the Stockholm “Peace Campaign” for Russia’s Satellites, from Review of International Affairs

A Week at Margate, by M. Peters

Barred from His Own Land

In the Mirror of Stalin’s Parliament? by Vs. Felix

200,000 Workers Strike in Bombay

Under the “People’s Democracies”: The Class Struggle in Hungary, by Valentin Toma, from La Batalla

Untitled, quote from Otto Grotewohl, Chairman of (Stalinist) Socialist Unity Party of Germany

Indonesia: The Revolutionary Party of the Proletariat, from Indonesian Information

Amended Draft of Policy Submitted for Socialist Fellowship Conference, by P. Morgan

India: Verdict on Congress, by Indra Sen, from Janata

What is Communism? by the South African Government

A “Nationalist Communist Party” in Italy, from La Batalla

Whither Socialist Outlook? by Bill Ainsworth


Vol. 1 No. 2, January 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Printed and Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6 (Duplicated)

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

Problems of Rearmament, by Don Hallas

The Gap Widens, from Manchester Guardian

Stalinist Russia – The Facts: The Bureaucrats in Industry, by T. Cliff

Houses and “Homes”, by Peter D. Morgan

War in Korea, by V. Karalasingham, from Janata

Liberation, from Manchester Guardian

The “Welfare State”, by Rhoda Tarbuck

It Seems You Can Have It Both Ways! from Birmingham Post

The “Peace” Campaign, by P. Smith

The Previous “Peace” Campaign

Sing of Joy, Sing of Bliss – Home Was Never Like This! from Investors’ Guardian & Evening Despatch

The Land Problem in Burma, by Thakin Ran


Vol. 1 No. 3, March 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Printed and Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6 (Duplicated)

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

Karl Marx, from Engels’ speech at the burial of Marx

Balance Sheet of the Labour Government, by Raymond Challinor

Stalinist Russia – The Facts: Piece-Work in Russia, by T. Cliff

Who Owns India? by Asoka Mehta, from Janata

Men and Materials, by Peter D. Morgan

New Elements in Stalinist Theory, by Vs. Felix

Nepal, condensed from Janata

Focus on Eastern Europe


Vol. 1 Special Supplement, April 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited, Printed and Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a (Duplicated)

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Rosa Luxemburg: A Biographical Outline

Socialism and the Churches, by Rosa Luxemburg


Vol. 1 No. 4, May 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited, Printed and Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a (Duplicated)

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Editorial

The Foundation Conference of the Independent Workers’ Party of Germany

Masters and Men, by P. Morgan

Stalinist Russia – The Facts: Punishment and Fines in the USSR, by T. Cliff

Atom War or Socialist Peace? by Raymond Challinor

Significance of Nationalisation, by D. Hallas


Vol. 1 No. 5, August–September 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited, Printed and Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a (Duplicated)

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Editorial: The Persian Crisis

Natalia Trotsky Breaks with the Fourth International

Stalinist Russia – The Facts: Women in the USSR, by T. Cliff

A Socialist Housing Policy, by Peter D. Morgan

The Stalinist State in China; The Social Meaning of Mao Tse-Tung’s Victory, by M.Y. Wang, from New International


Vol. 1 No. 6, November–December 1951
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited, Printed and Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a (Duplicated)

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Editorial: After the Elections

1931 All Over Again?

Britain and Egypt, by C. Tariq

To Our English Comrades, from La Lutte

The Tsarist Empire Through Stalinist Eyes, by Roger Tennant

Stalinist Russia – The Facts: Housing in Russia, by T. Cliff

What’s Behind the Purges in the Ukraine, by Vs. Felix, from Vpered

Shop Workers Rebel, by Percy Downey


Vol. 1 No. 7, January–February 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Edited, Printed and Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a (Duplicated)

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Editorial: Labour’s Way Forward

The Tories and Housing, by Peter D. Morgan

From the International Socialist Press

Western Germany Since 1945, by A.S. Newens

The ENV Strike, by G. Carlsson

Wages versus Profits, by Percy Downey


Vol. 2 No. 1, April–May 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

One Way Only! – But Which Way?

Lessons of the ENV Strike, by G. Carlsson

U-Scheme and You, by Peter D. Morgan

Where Ignorance is Bliss, by Brenda Green

South Africa To-Day, Part 1: The Background to “Apartheid”, by David Taylor

The Old Firm, by Percy Downey

Spoils of War, by P. Mansell (review of Stalin’s Satellites in Europe, by Y. Gluckstein)

Even Beaverbrook’s Sore! from World’s Press News


Vol. 2 No. 2, June–July 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Wm. S. Ainsworth, 16, Rowdale Road, Birmingham 22a

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH
Editorial Board:
BILL AINSWORTH
D. HALLAS
R. CHALLINOR

Bevan’s Book – Science or Sophistry?

The Smiths Strike and Redundancy, by Geoff Carlsson

South Africa Today, Part 2 – The Alignment of Political Forces, by David Taylor

Labour and the Textile Slump, by E. Lowndes

The Permanent Crisis, by Don Hallas

Fascist Terror in Catalonia, appeal from the E.C. of the POUM


Vol. 2 No. 3, August 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Brenda Grant, 7 Westfield Rd, Birmingham 16

Editor:
BILL AINSWORTH

Labour’s Foreign Policy, by N. Hartlett

The Briggs’ Strike – It’s Vital Significance, by S. Newens

Moral Re-Armament Exposed, by Colin Ward

The “Freedom” of the Press, by G. Carlsson

International Notes

The Awakening of a People, by I.B. Tabata, reviewed by Brenda Grant

Hunger and Politics: The Geography of Hunger, by Josue de Castro, reviewed by P. Mansell

Transport

Without Comment ...

Business Notes


Vol. 2 No. 4, September 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

Labour’s Domestic Policy, by N. Hartlett

Foreign Policy at Morecambe, by P. Mansell

Civil Disobedience in South Africa, by S. Rogers

International Notes

Monckton’s Attempts at Wage Freezing, by P. Downey

Food – But Only for Thought, by Richard Graham

The Wages Struggle, by E. Lowndes

Labour and the Monarchy, by Raymond Challinor


Vol. 2 No. 5, November 1952
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

Morecombe and After, by Raymond Challinor

Unrest in Egypt, by Babak

Why They Confess, by P. Mansell

Robbing the Poor to Help the Rich, by Percy Downey

International Notes

Daze in the Sun, by Cyril Hughes, from Peace News

Hot War in Malaya, by G. Carlsson

Animal Farm Junior?

On the Record

Business Notes


Vol. 2 No. 6, December 1952–January 1953
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by P. Downey, 95a Thornbridge Ave, Birmingham 22a

Editor:
PERCY DOWNEY

Kenya and the Mau Mau

Jew Baiting in Prague

Municipal Rents, by Peter D. Morgan

A Struggle Postponed, by D. Tamary

Yes-men on Parade, by L. Turov

Red Witch Hunt, by G. Carlsson

Democracy – Deakin Style, by P. Mansell

Korea: End this Liberating! by Allan Mason


Vol. 3 No. 1, February–March 1953
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by G. Carlsson, 168 Iverson Rd, London NW 6

Editor:
GEOFF CARLSSON

Editorial Notes

The Kremlin’s “Jewish Plot”, Unsigned (attributed to Tony Cliff by Ian Birchall)

US Presidential Elections, by G. Carlsson

What Price Food? by P. Mansell

Imperialism at Work in North Africa, by David Taylor

Forced Labour in Kenya, an exact copy of a Government Proclamation

Cosh and Cat, by P. Morgan


Vol. 3 No. 2, May 1953 (Special May Edition)
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

A Russian Socialist Asks – What Lies Behind Malenkov’s Moves? by L. Turov

Workers Must Work Harder, by Raymond Challinor

Coronation Carnival Capers, by P. Mansell

Sir Hartley Becomes Militant, by Spartacus

Our Betters

Increased Productivity

Willie Gallagher – A Trotskyist?

Oppose the Central African Federation, by David Taylor


Vol. 3 No. 3, October 1953
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

“A Challenge to the Rank and File”

The Engineers’ New Wages Struggle, by Geoff Carlsson

Oil in the Dock, by Peter D. Morgan

Imperialism in Egypt, by Philip Mitchell

Recent Russian Developments, by N. Turov

From Morecombe to Margate

Danger Men at Work

Fairy Story


Vol. 3 No. 4, November 1953
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

British Guiana

Why Not A Third Camp, by A.S. Newens

White Terror in Kenya, by P. Mansell

Discussion Article

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 5, December 1953
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Wages Struggle

Home-Grown McCarthyism, by P. Mansell

Prices and Wages in Russia, by M. Jones

British Guiana, by G. Carlsson

German Workers Change Face of Europe, from Correspondence

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 5, January 1954 (There are 2 issues with this number)
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The N.U.R. Shows the Way

Fares Must be Cut, by C. Johnson

Charter for Landlords, by P. Mansell

The Socialist Attitude to War, by A.S. Newens

Soccer for Suckers, by David Breen

The Future of the Labour Party, by Margaret Leese

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 6, February 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Industrial Struggle

Hands Off the Egyptian Workers, by David Breen

The Case Against Conscription, by Philip Mitchell

The Stalinist Terror, by M. Jones

On Our Programme, by K. Michaels

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 7, March 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Berlin Conference

Ape-Like, Bestial Brutes? by G. Carlsson

The Belgian Rifle Controversy, by P. Mansell

The Queen’s Scout, by M. Scott

Letter, from John Loeb

On Our Programme, by K. Michaels

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 8, April 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

German Rearmament

The Threat of Slump, by Stan Newens

Class “Democracy” in Kenya, by David Breen

Puerto Rico, by L. Miguel

Letter to the Socialist Review, from Michael Kidron

On Our Programme, by K. Michaels

Our Programme


April 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

“League of Youth Supplement”, by Stan Newens


Vol. 3 No. 9, May 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Hydrogen Bomb

Engineers Pay “Rise”, by Alf Snobel

Whither Egyptian Bonapartism, by Babak

On Our Programme, by K. Michaels

Our Programme


Vol. 3 No. 10, June 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Big Rent Raid, by Peter D. Morgan

Lessons of the E.T.U. Guerilla Strike, by An E.T.U. Shop Steward

Russia’s War Budget, by L. Turov

Y.C.L (Young Conscription League), by Geoff Carlsson


Vol. 3 No. 11, July 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The A.B.C. of C.D.

Her Majesty’s Humble Petitioners, by Michael Kidron

Age of Plenty, by Geoff Carlsson

The Answer to Tory Capitalism, by R. Challinor

Letter from America

Control of Hiring and Firing, by K. Michaels

What We Stand For


Vol. 3 No. 12, August 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Guatemala, by Geoff Carlsson

The Steel Scandal, by Michael Kidron

The Permanent Crisis in France, by F. Delroux

Anti-Semitism Beyond the Curtain, by W.P. Lavin

Full Work or Maintenance, by K. Michaels

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 1, September 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Conference Resolutions

“Other Good Resolutions” ...

The Proscription of the Socialist Outlook

Guns or Butter? by K. Michaels

The Crisis in Coal, by Stan Newens

What We Stand For


Labour Party Conference Supplement, September 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Why Not To Rearm Germany, by Stan Newens

Atomic Warfare and Disarmament, by Michael Kidron


Vol. 4 No. 2, October 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

At the Labour Party Conference

The Communist Party and the Atom Bomb

Trade with China: Facts and Phantasy, by Michael Kidron

The Crisis in French Foreign Policy, by F. Delroux

Rents and Housing, by K. Michaels

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 3, November 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
Ray Challinor

Would Gaitskell Ban the Labour Party? by Raymond Challinor

For Democracy Within the Labour Movement, by Michael Kidron

Capitalist vs. Worker in U.S.A., by P. Mansell

Imperialist Rule in Morocco, by M. Jones

On Our Programme, by K. Michaels

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 4, December 1954
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

“Industrial or General Unions”, by Geoff Carlsson

Facts You Should Know, by C. Parry

Letter to the Editor, from Frank Allaun

The Road to Peace, by Ray Challinor

The Art of Propaganda

Colonial Freedom, by K. Michaels

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 5, January 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Interview with Dick Barrett, by Michael Kidron

Churchill, by Geoff Carlsson

The Kremlin and Tito, by M. Jones

Jamaicans in Britain, by David Breen

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 6, February 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Rail Settlement, by Michael Kidron

The Farce of Civil Defence, by Raymond Challinor

In Defence of the Shop Stewards, by J. Scott

An Open Letter to John Gollan, by Geoff Carlsson

Capitalist or Workers’ Control? by Spartacus


Vol. 4 No. 7, March 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

The Fall of Malenkov, Unsigned (attributed to Tony Cliff by Ian Birchall)

Profits, Wages and Working Class Tactics, by Michael Kidron

Imperialism in Rhodesia, by David Breen

The Housing Problem & How to Solve It: A Socialist Analysis, reviewed by P. Mansell

What They Tried to Suppress, by Raymond Challinor

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 8, April 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Bevan

The Economics of Inequality, by Owen Roberts

“Brum” Wants No Colour Bar, by Peter Morgan

The Gold Coast – I, by Michael Kidron

Open Letter to Our Readers, by Editorial Board

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 9, May 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

How to Beat the Tories

Strike in Dockland, by Michael Kidron

Purges in China, by L. Turov

Oligarchy or Democracy? by Wilf Albrighton

The Gold Coast – II, by Michael Kidron

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 10–11, June–July 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

After the Tory Victory

On “Co-Existence”, by M. Jones

The Hammersmith Rent Strike, by Geoff Carlsson

The Miners’ Strike, by Stan Newens

Tory Survey Tells the Story, by Owen Roberts

What We Stand For


Vol. 4 No. 12, August 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Build the Third Camp!

Unity Will Fix “Big Six”, by Our Midlands Correspondent

Ailments of U.S. Capitalism, by Alex Newbold

Russia With The Lid Off, by Peter Morgan

Setting the Scene for Margate: Big Issues on the Agenda, by Owen Roberts

International Conference to Meet in London

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 1, September 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

What the Butler Saw

Germany – Point of Conflict (A German Socialist Looks at the Geneva Conference), by F. Mayer

‘Copy Russian Union Busting’ – Bosses Told

The Horror of the Hydrogen Bomb Is Child of Imperialism, by Owen Roberts

Resolutions Show Militant Mood for Margate Conference, by P. Mansell

American Witch-Hunters Beaten

Funds Are Needed for Socialist Review

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 2, October 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Margate and After

Argentine Bonapartism in Crisis, by B.R.

What the Butler Didn’t See, by Raymond Challinor

Tide Out at Southport, by Peter Morgan

Socialist Review Fighting Fund – First Results

Our ‘Crime’ Socialism, by Max Shachtman

Third Way Is Only Way

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 3, November 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Challenge to Bevanism

Same Old Power Politics, by David Breen

Doctors Delay

British Imperialism Shows its Hand

Workers Must Control the Robot, by Michael Kidron

Race Hates in the United States, by Shirley Newcombe

Socialist Review Fighting Fund – Going Strong

What We Stand For

Information Desk, by “Researcher”


Vol. 5 No. 4, December 1955
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Agitation and Education

Merchants of Death, by Raymond Challinor

Perverters of Science, by Ray Ward

Some Questions About Coal, by Stan Newens

Who Controls Soviet Factories – Workers or a Boss Class? by L. Turov

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Letter, from T.S. Shastri

The Tory Plans for Council House Rents, Labour Must Oppose Such Schemes, by Amy Jeavons

Serve Landlords Notice to Quit, by Owen Roberts

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 5, January 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by R. Challinor, 42 High Street, Silverdale, Stoke-on-Trent

Editor:
RAY CHALLINOR

Councillors and Rents

Should We Bar Foreign Workers? by Stan Bedwell

Rent Row Grows All Over Britain, by Owen Roberts

Shop Action Can Beat Tories, by Michael Kidron

Mr Big and Mr Small, by David Breen

Examples of Russian Imperialism, by L. Turov

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 6, February 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Editor:
BERNARD DIX

Fight for the Future

A Few Questions, by Paul Derrick

And The Answers, by Michael Kidron

Don’t Disband the League says Ted Berrow

Socialist Answer to Tory Economics, by Michael Kidron

The Facts Behind Teachers’ Fight, by John Reynolds

Tory Bull in a China Shop

Councils’ Cash

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 7, March/April 1956 (wrongly printed as Vol. 5 No. 6)
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

New Ideas or Old Twaddle?

The Choice Before the People of Cyprus: Colony, Enosis or Independence, by Michael Kidron

Labour Still Needs A Rent Policy, by Owen Roberts

Is Workers’ Control Possible? by Stan Newens

No Bar at Birmingham

Rugby Lines up for Rent Row

Last Years’ Strike Record

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 8, May 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Turn the Tories Out

Importance of Town Hall Politics, by Owen Roberts

Men Without Cars, by Peter D. Morgan

Ceylon Shows the Way

Have K and B Really Buried Stalin? by David Breen

The Labour Government’s Record Under the Microscope, by P. Mansell

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 9, June 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Work or Full Maintenance

“This Conference ...”, by Michael Kidron

Let Us Fight the Tories, by Stan Newens

The Sheffield Housing Story, by Bill Cleminson

The Engineers Blaze the Path, by Roy Wright

Britain and South Africa, by Seymour Papert

Life in Russia, by T. Cliff

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 10, July 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

The Tories Get Tough

Stop This Usury, by Owen Roberts

The Way to Nationalise, by Amy Jeavons

Cyprus, Algeria and Us, by Seymour Papert

Education in Russia

Robot Speedup, by Michael Kidron

The Lessons of Standard’s, by Bob Gates

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 11, August 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

All Out for All In

Labour’s Housing Policy, by Stan Newens

Withdraw the Troops from Cyprus! by David Breen

Movement in the Midlands, by Dan Park

From East and West

Stalinism Still Rules the C.P.’s, by Seymour Papert

Poznan

The Robot Front, by Michael Kidron

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 5 No. 12, September 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Suez Can Spark Off Revolt Against Middle East Capitalism

For the 40-Hour Week, by Stan Newens

The Answer to Redundancy, by Michael Kidron

Which Side Are We on in Colonies? by Seymour Papert

Resolutions for Blackpool, by P. Mansell

The Strike at B.M.C., by Gerry Curran

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 1, October 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Stop This Suezcide

Turn Towards the Left, by Owen Roberts

US Witch-Hunt, from The Times

Why We Oppose the Credit Squeeze, by Seymour Papert

The Lions and the Mice, by Dona Papert

For A Guaranteed Wage, by Peter Morgan

A Policy for Redundancy?

Information Desk, by “Researcher”

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 2, November 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Eastern Europe

What Next Labour? by Seymour Papert

Pritty Fairy Tales, by A.B.

Policy for Redundancy, by Jack Harris

Profit-Sharing and Co-Partnership, by Owen Roberts

Information Desk, by “Researcher”


Vol. 6 No. 3, December 1956
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Suez

Hungary

The Retreat from Moscow. The Crisis in the British Communist Party, by an ex-member

The Future of the Russian Empire: REFORM or REVOLUTION? by Tony Cliff

Western Leaders, Too, Fear Revolution in Russian Empire, by Philip Coben

How to Fight the Tories’ Housing Bill, by Owen Roberts

Can the U.N. Do Anything? by Stan Newens

Policy for Redundancy, by Michael Kidron


Vol. 6 No. 4, January 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Who’s to Foot the Tories’ War Bill? by Stan Newens

The Voice of International Socialism Rings Through the Iron Curtain, by Owen Roberts

He was in Budapest, by Gerry Howard

Who Made the Hungarian Socialist Revolution, by Dona Papert

Forum

  1. Discussion of the Socialist Program: Nationalised Coal and Socialised Industry, by Peter W. Reed
     
  2. The Editor Answers: Nationalisation is a Class Issue, [by Michael Kidron]

Plekhanov: The Father of Russian Marxism, by Tony Cliff

Fathers and Sons in the Trade Union Movement, by Tom Herbert

Ex – The Unknown, by M. Paul

Cassia’s Calumny Column

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 5, February 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

How to Dig Out the Tories, by Owen Roberts

The Tory Rent Bill, by Tom Herbert

The Tories’ Housing Record, by B. Donaldson

Forum

Two Tactics of British Imperialism. One: Independence for the Gold Coast. Two: Terror for Trade Unionists, by Seymour Papert

MRA+ICFTU = Trouble

Cassia’s Calumny Column

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 6, March 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Out with the Mean Tories!

A Socialist View of Tory Disarmament, by Owen Roberts

Socialism by the Back Door, by Raymond Challinor

How’s Business?

Forum – The Nature of Modern Capitalism

Colour Bar in Britain: The Socialist Answer, by C. Dallas

Cassia’s Calumny Column

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 7, April 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

The Industrial Struggle, [by Michael Kidron]

Irish Politics To-Day, by Patricia Rushton

What’s on in London?

Labour’s “Bye-bye” to the Tories, by Owen Roberts

Forum

Something on the Rates, by Peter D. Morgan

Towards the C.P. Special Congress, by John Mann

Cassia’s Calumny Column

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 8, May 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

We Can Stop the H-Bomb

Nottingham Socialists and Socialist Review: A Step Towards the Unity of the Left

After the CP Congress, by Pat Jordan

Briggs Motors, by Ron Keating

Our Business

What’s on in London?

Forum

“Errors” and Labour Leaders: A Criticism of Socialist Review, from Seymour Papert

Forum

Remember Lansbury, by Raymond Challinor

German Scientists Give Lead, by Gordon Haskell

Notes on the Labour Movement, by David Breen

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 9, June 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Editorial Board:
TERRY GALLOGLY
PAT JORDAN
MICHAEL KIDRON
PETER MORGAN

Don’t Trust the “Swing”: Attack the Tories Now

Cllr. Peggy Duff shows how St. Pancras Shows the Way

Victory Turned Sour, by Jack Selvin

Industrial Notes, by Ron Keating & David Breen

Forum

The Movement: The British Labour Movement 1848–1917, by James D. Young

Youth – Socialism, by Stan Newans

Colonial – Another Mau Mau? by Patricia Rushton

Cassia’s Calumny

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 10, July 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

We Must Storm the Tories Now

Labour’s Colonial Policy, by Peggy Rushton

Youth – Young Workers and the Trade Unions, by Jimmy Young

Is the Labour Party Moving on the Industrial Front? asks N. Sween

The Forum Movement Starts in Scotland, writes a Correspondent

Forum

Labour’s Pension Scheme, by Owen Roberts

Some are More Equal Than Others, by Raymond Challinor

The “Gomulka Way” in Poland, by Max Mueller

The Fight Against Apathy, by Stan Newens

Parliament, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 11, September 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

The Choice for Labour

How to Fight the Rents Act, by Stan Newens

Lessons of the Market Strike, by Geoff Carlsson

The Conference Season, by S.J. Bidwell

Forum

Labour’s “Plan” for Industry, by Lawrie Kirton

Local Government “Reform”, by Cllr. Peggy Duff

Our Future, by Michael Segal

The Algerian Trade Union Movement, by Andre Giacometti

What has Happened to the Irish Revolution? by Senator Owen Sheehy Skeffington

Oh! What we Could Do With the Money Wasted on Arms! by Dona Papert

Malaya: Independence With Strings, by Peggy Rushton

What We Stand For


Vol. 6 No. 12, October 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Labour’s Great Debate

Capitalism, Labour and Youth, by James D. Young

Lessons of this Year’s TUC, by Owen Roberts

Forum

Right Wing Labour’s Roots. A Reply to Tony Cliff, by Ray Southall

Ireland: Socialist Policy versus the I.R.A., by Senator Owen Sheehy Skeffington

Our Functions and our Future – Reply to Michael Segal, by Joe Young

The Greek Trade Union Movement

China Today and Tomorrow, by Martin Wright (review of Mao’s China: Economic and Political Survey, by Tony Cliff).

What’s On in London?

Something Not Too Different, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


Vol. 7 No. 1, November 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Labour After Brighton

The Demise of “Bevanism”, by Raymond Challinor

“Bevanism”: What We Said

Back from Brighton: Two Delegates Give Their View

Forum

The Young Socialist, No. 1:

Building Workers Face a Crisis, by Eric S. Heffer

Tasks for Trade Unionists, by Owen Roberts

Election Addresses in the AEU

The Future of Forums, by Mercia Emerson

What We Stand For


Vol. 7 No. 2, December 1957
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by A.S. Newens, 16 Vicarage Lane, North Weald, Essex

Wage War Against Capitalism ... and its H-Bomb, by Cllr. W. Albrighton

Next Step for Trades Councils, by Eric Heffer

Briggs – The Facts, by Bro. Fred Tinsley

Buses and Wages, by Bill Jones

From the Midlands – AEU Profile, by Morgan Jones

Algerian Freedom is Being Murdered: Silence Would be Complicity, by Andre Giacometti

The Young Socialist, No. 2:

Forum

In Defence of IRA, by W.P. Lavin

Inflation, Arbitration and Desperation, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 1, January 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Strike the Tories Out!

The Tories Block Grants, by Peter Ibbotson

Building Workers! Fight Now for Less Hours – More Wages! by Eric S. Heffer.

Program for Building Workers, by Brian Behan

London Busmen’s Pay Battle, by Bill Jones

John McLean – Socialist, by Harry McShane

The Young Socialist, No. 3:

Forum

What we are Told! by Willy Segal

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 2, Mid-January 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Time to Move, Labour!

The Scottish Miners, by Lawrence Daly, from Forum

Letter, from Eric S. Heffer

Health Workers Under Fire, by Ron Keating

Rail Unions’ Retreat, by Sid Bidwell

Young Socialist, No. 4:

Rosa Luxemburg: Revolutionary, Humanist (letter from prison in March 1918)

Questions for the Labour Movement, by Mary Klopper

... In 1984?, by Michael Millett


8th Year No. 3, February 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

The Fight for Peace

Rank and File Building Workers Demand: Higher Wages, Fewer Hours, Greater Leisure, an SR Report

Forum

The Case for the Industrial Union – 1, by Eric Heffer

Young Socialist, No. 5:

Labour Anniversaries: Feb. 4th 1839 – The First Chartist Convention Assembles, by Henry Collins

Party Commentary, by Ron Lewis

“Depart, I Say ...”, by Michael Millett

Letters

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 4, Mid-February 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Democracy in our Movement

Move for Peace! by Cllr. David Smith

Merseyside: Dockers Choose the “Blues”, by Richard Williams

The Latest Dockland Strike, by SR Industrial Reporter from Liverpool

Mines – Lawrence Daly Replies

The Cabmen’s Demands – Fair Wages, End Cadging, by Goff Stevens

London Busmen Miss Their Bus, by SR Industrial Reporter, London

Labour Party Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Victory for Socialism? Very Fishy Situation! by Woodbee Wyatt

Young Socialist, No. 6:

Forum

Parliament, by Michael Millett

Letter


8th Year No. 5, March 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Warning – No Wage Freeze!

Pensions: Restore the Cuts! by Eric S. Heffer

TU Commentary

Towards the Industrial Union

Birmingham: Strike and Lock-Out at BMC, by SR Industrial Reporter Birmingham

Labour Party Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Local Democracy in Action? by Peter D. Young

Bo’ness Docks: No Action From MP’s! by James D. Young

The Young Socialist, No. 7:

Class Struggle in Kerala, by a member of the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)

Cyprus: Withdraw the Troops, by Dev Murarka

Germany: At Times the Curtain Melts

Letters


8th Year No. 6, Mid-March 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Socialists and the H-Bomb

Socialists and the Industrial Front, by James D. Young

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Strikes: Dublin Public Employees Show the Way, by Johnnie Byrne

Plain Clothesmen Attack Pickets, by Pat Conroy

Hands off the Blue Union! by I.P. Hughes

Labour Party Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Young Socialist, No. 8:

Abolish Public Schools, by Peter Ibbotson

Labour Anniversaries 2

Parliament, by Michael Millett


8th Year No. 7, April 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Road to Aldermaston – and Beyond

We’re All in the Busmen’s fight! by a Garage Delegate

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Birmingham TC: 1 – Condemns the Tories; 2 – Almost Fights Them

Merseyside: The Fight Against Unemployment Begins, by Eric S. Heffer

Labour Party Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Young Socialist, No. 9:

Parliament, by Michael Millett

Forum

Letters


8th Year No. 7, Mid-April 1958 (should be 8th Year No. 8)
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Budget and the Bomb

The Busmen Prepare to Fight

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Your Appropriate Trade, by Peter D. Morgan

Strike in North London – Post Mortem, by Pat Conroy

Glasgow TC: A Report, from Hugh Savage

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

An H-Bomb Campaigner’s Diary, by Stan Newens

Young Socialist, No. 10:

International

  1. H-Tests
  2. BK and SR

The History of the Algerian Revolution 1, by Andre Giacometti

Parliament – Seaman and the Flag, by Michael Millett


8th Year No. 9, May Day 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

This is our Fight!

H-Bomb Front: Now Black the Bomb, by Raymond Challinor

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Direct Action March, by an SR Industrial Correspondent

ASSET: A New Plan for What? by Eric S. Heffer

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Election Notebook, by Stan Newens

Young Socialist, No. 11:

Algerian Revolution 2, by Andre Giacometti

Spain: Workers Move, by Xavier Domingo

Power for What? by Derek Hart

Parliament – Colour Bar, by Michael Millett


8th Year No. 10, Mid-May 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Black the Bomb! Black the Bases!

Cyprus – Withdraw! by Dev Murarka

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Building Workers Strike – and Lose on Southbank, by Bro. E.J. Scott

Stop Scabbing! Strike!

A Scottish Notebook, by James D. Young

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Young Socialist, No. 12:

James Connolly – Revolutionary Socialist, by Eric S. Heffer

Letters

Parliament: Cousins, Kings Cross and the Colonies, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 11, June 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Strike Against the Bomb!

France, report from Seymour Papert, Paris

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

Building: A Socialist Policy, by Paul Simon

Stop the Black Trains, from Platform

And a Footnote on Southbank, by Bro. E.J. Scott

LP Commentary: SR Columnist Ron Lewis looks at the state of the Party

Young Socialist, No. 13:

They’re Getting at Us Warns Mr. Packard, by Mike Maddison

Background to the French Crisis, by Tony Cliff

Parliament: For Butter for Worse, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 12, Mid-June 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd., 35b Priory Terrace, London, NW6

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Workers’ Road to Peace

France: The Lessons for British Socialists, by Raymond Challinor

TU Commentary, by Geoff Carlsson

End Tipping! by Ron Coyte

Industrial

  1. Dockers Stand Fast
  2. ETU Conference
  3. Sack Sir John

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Support the St. Pancras Left, by P. Mansell

Young Socialist, No. 14:

France – The Economic Background, by David Prynn

No Place for Specs, by Mike Maddison


8th Year No. 13, July 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Industrial Struggle

Cyprus: Design for Disaster, by Dev Murarka

TU Commentary, by David Breen

SR Industrial Spotlight on Dockside

The Press and the Strikers, an SR Industrial Report

Builders – Victory on Southbank, by E.J. Scott

Cabmen – A New Spirit, A New Paper, by RF

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

Marceau Pivert, by Andre Giacometti

Young Socialist, No. 15:

Background to Hungary, by Tony Cliff

Letters

Parliament, by Michael Millett


8th Year No. 14, Mid-July 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

What Next, Labour?

Lebanon, by Dev Murarka

TU Commentary, by David Breen

Back to the 30’s? by E.N. Wiggins

“A Giant’s Strength”, by JFC

Way Forward, by James D. Young

It’s Our Affair Too! by P. Mansell

LP Commentary – Of Bombs and Bevan, by Ron Lewis

Young Socialist, No. 16:

Education. Learning to Live? by E.G. Bridie

Education and Social Class, by C. Dallas

Parliament, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 15, August 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Plan for Progress?

LP Commentary, by Ron Lewis

VFS – What Next? by Robin Fior

Letters, from Cllr. Bert Crane

Meat and Dock Strikes – The Lessons, by Fred Francis

Southbank – Conditions on the Site, SR Industrial Report

Middle East Crisis, by Tony Cliff

Hands Off Middle East! text of SR leaflet

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 16, September 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Oil and the Middle East, by Raymond Challinor

Local Government “Reform”, by Stan Newens

The Tories’ Vicious Attack on the People’s Transport Service, by Robert Emmett

Lessons of the Smithfield Strike, by Jeff Farquhar

London Docks: Announcement and ... Apology

Buses to Rule, SR Industrial Report

LP Commentary, by Ron Coyte

To Vote or Not to Vote, by Karl Dunbar

John Lawrence, by George Spelvin

Young Socialist, No. 17:

VFS: Equality in Education, by C. Dallas

Cyprus: What is Happening, by Oliver Sachs

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 17, Mid-September 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Mosley’s Men at Work

Where is the Labour Party Going? by Graham Richards

Can Labour Win at Scarborough? by Stan Newens

Redundancy, Wages and the AEU, by Geoff Carlsson

Seven-And-Six – And After, by Porticus

The Cotton Crisis, by “Federation Reporter”

Jimmy Fullerton (death notice)

Buses, by SR Industrial Reporter

Rent Act – Next Step, by Karl Dunbar

Letters

Keep All the H-Bombs!? by Raymond Challinor

The ISIS Trial, by Stephen Witney

Remember Toller, by M. Maddison

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 18, October 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Chinese Brink

Fight for the 40-Hour Week, by Graham Richards

What Makes a Dock Militant, by Porticus

Jimmy Fullerton, by Ned Burke

Action on the Colour Front

  1. Willesden, by Karl Dunbar
     
  2. Lambeth TC Moves, by Jeff Farquhar

Unemployment

Hiroshima – Who’s to Blame? by Raymond Challinor

The CP and the H-Bomb. A Study in Somersaults

Breakthrough to Sanity – A Policy for the Bomb, by Eric S. Heffer

A Conference Delegate Probes the Block Vote

Tory “Truce” in Cyprus, by Oliver Sachs

Building, by Bill Scott

The Great Rent Strike, Glasgow, 1915, from the Industrial News Service

United Irish Republic, by George Adair

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 19, Mid-October 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Verdict on Scarborough

The Southbank Lockout, by John Phillips

People’s Inquiry Into London Transport, by Robert Emmett

Transport

  1. Dockland Retreat, by Porticus
     
  2. Trouble on the Track, by Cllr. N.F. Bradshaw
     
  3. Road Haulage: Section 19 of the “Gorgonzola Cheese Act”, by Joe Kelly

Scarlet Standard Lowered at Scarborough, by Joe Southall

Wanted – A Socialist Colonial Policy, by Dev Murarka

VFS Economic Policy Placed Under a Microscope, by P. Mansell

Pasternak’s Dr. Zhivago, by Maurice Shadbolt

Marxism and Freedom: A Review, by Eric S. Heffer

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 20, November 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Industrial Struggle

Are There 1,000,000 Unemployed? by Peter Morgan

The Southbank Sellout, by John Phillips

Solidarity Action on Merseyside, by Eric Heffer

“One Out, All Out” is No Longer Expedient, by Joe Kelly

Doubling Your Living Standards in 25 Years? from International Financial News Survey

An Appeal to Coloured Workers and a Statement of Solidarity, from The Defender

Threatened Sackings in Dockland, by Porticus

LP Commentary: Conference Backwash, by Ron Lewis

Strachey’s “Refutation” of Marx, by Seymour Papert

Contemporary Capitalism! by P. Townsend, from New Statesman

Letters

The Strange Case of Mr. Summers, by Raymond Challinor

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 21, Mid-November 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Stand by the Stewards

Newsletter’s Right to Meet, by Eric Heffer

Fight the Sack! by Porticus

Furniture Trades, by Shellac

Raw Deal, by Percy Garrett

The Lockout’s Lesson, by Martin Brennan

Coal Piles Up, by Martin Jones

Socialists and the Labour Movement – A Discussion Opened, by Robert Emmett

From India’s State of Kerala – A Communist-Capitalist Pact

John Philpot Curran – A Review, by Eric Heffer

George VI and the Labour Party, by N. Sween

The Labour Bureaucracy, by Peter N. Sharpe

Robert Owen – Socialist Pioneer, by Stan Newens

What We Stand For


8th Year No. 22, December 1st 1958
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Quit Cyprus!

Bus Boycott, by Robert Emmett

The Dockers’ Charter, by Porticus

Wickman’s Workers Show the Way, by Peter Morgan

Labour Party for Socialists? by Geoff West

Transport in Trouble, by Martin Jones

Builders Column, by Tramp Navvy

  1. Solidarity Dividends Pay Off for Builders
  2. Reinstate Behan
  3. Safety on the Site

Learned Ignorance, by John Comley

The Tory Campaign, by N. Sween

A Postscript to Robert Emmett’s “Bus Boycott”

Parliament, by Michael Millett

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 1, January 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Letter to Readers, from the Editor

Into Action – For Socialism

TU Commentary, by Peter Berkeley

The Boss: Union’s Best Friend? from The Times

ETU – What’s Wrong? by Brother “Nero”

Homes for the Future and Direct Labour Schemes, by Tramp-Navvy

Unionists Must Fight Discrimination, by Joe Southall

Elliott-Automation: Sackings in Willesden but Workers Fight On, statement issued by the Shop Stewards Committee

Work & the Bosses, quoted from Sir William Garrett

The Case of the Cameroons, by Dev Murarka

The Pretenders: An Answer to R. Emmett, by Peter Sedgwick

Work in the Labour Party! A Reply to Geoff West, by P. Mansell

What Future for the New Town? by Stan Newens

Letters


9th Year No. 2, Mid-January 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

How to Fight The Bomb

Unemployment – Time to Act, by Eric Heffer

The Solution to the Mining Crisis is a Planned Socialist Economy, by Stan Newens

TU Commentary, by Peter Berkeley

Rosa Luxemburg – Revolutionary Socialist, by Tony Cliff

Document: Cyprus – Orders to Kill

Cracks in Direct Labour: Chippy Answers Tramp Navvy

Dole Queues Unlimited, by John Crutchley

For a Socialist Foreign Policy, by Ken Jones

Compensations of War!

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 3, February 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Socialism Not Zurich!

A Blow Against Officialdom – The Barking “Revolt”

Jack Frost Serves Bosses, by Tramp Navvy

TU Commentary, by Peter Berkeley

Analysis of the Australian Labour Party, by Bob Howarth

The Merseyside Wobblies, by Bill Braddock

Peace Through Workers’ Action – For the Editorial Board P. Mansell Answers Ken Jones

“Lay Down Your Head Peter Sedgwick”, by Patrick Macarthy

Man, Money and Morals, by Graham Richards

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 4, Mid-February 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Labour Must Win!

Problems of the Left in the E.T.U., by Bro. Fred Walters

Organization and Wages in Building, by Tramp Navvy

G.D.H. Cole: An Appraisal of his Life and Work, by Eric Heffer

Parliamentary Democracy – A Sham, by John Comley

Tune – Tipperary, by Matt McGinn

Uncertain Future for Car Industry, by John Crutchley

Television Knows. A Comment on Advertising, by Cressida Lindsay

How Not to Achieve Office, from The Times

Sparks in Florence! from The Times

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 5, March 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Macmillan in Moscow

Casual Labour in Building. Registration a Solution, by Omar

Separate Agreements – A Danger, by Tramp Navvy

Pay Rates in Building, by Jack Weldon

A Year of Murder, from Platform

Pay Increases – The Easy Way, by A. Reyburn

Youth – Forgotten Workers, by An Apprentice and Ron Smith

On the Centenary of George Lansbury’s Birth Ray Challinor Recalls a Man of Principle

A Policy for Ireland: Noel Harris Opens the Discussion

Recessions and Unemployment, by J. Crutchley

Summit Diplomacy No Way to Peace, by Bob Howarth

Letters

Parliament, by Michael Millett


9th Year No. 6, Easter 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Hands Off Africa!

The Left in the ETU. The Discussion Continued, by S.C. McHugh

Our Fight is Your Fight. Nan Milton Writes from Scotland

Beat Redundancy Now! by Karl Dunbar

Imperialism in Nyasaland

  1. Some Facts and Figures
  2. Welensky’s Racial Dictatorship, by John Rex

Policy for Ireland: Dominic Behan Replies to N. Harris

The Uses of Television, by Chris Barker

German Workers Against the Bomb, by H.D. Alex

After Aldermaston

Report of the First Annual Conference of CND, by A Delegate

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 7, Mid-April 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Quit Africa!

Stand Firm Against One Man Buses, by “Punch”, from Platform

TU Bureaucracy, by Omar

Labour’s Plan for Steel, by John Crutchley

The Voice of Labour, reviewed by Nan Milton

Socialist Wages Policy? by Eric Heffer

Labour to Power – Minus the Bomb! by P. Sedgwick

Fight Against Witch-Hunting!

More on a Socialist Foreign Policy, by Ken Jones

Letters

Japanese Labour on the Move, by Bob Howarth

Cotton Clothes and Paper Rags, by Cressida Lindsay

Parliament, by Michael Millett


9th Year No. 8, May Day 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Out With The Tories!

Small Strike – Big Issue, at Aircraft Steel Structures, by Dudley Edwards

Class War Diplomacy, from Looking at Industrial Relations

One Union for the Building Industry, by Omar

Pay Claims in Printing, by Jobbing Printer

Liverpool Trades Council and LP’s Policy for the Unemployed

LP Fight the Ban

Books – Review, by J. Comley

CND – Busmen Lead

The Eton Boozing Song, by Disraeli

Into Action! Facts for the Struggle

SR Report – New Reasoner Conference, by Stan Newens

New Town Prospect, by N. Sween

Letters

SR Editorial


9th Year No. 9, Mid-May 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Labour Must Fight Back!

NUR: Union Goes it Alone, by Joe Southall

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Build Left in the AEU, by Geoff Carlsson

NUBE – Needed, Militant Policy, by N. Conquest

Inter-Union Disputes – The Danger, by John Phillips

China: The Hundred Flowers Wilt, by Tony Cliff

Is it Really a Plan For Progress? by John Crutchley

New Towns – Who Controls? by Vic Pellen

Books

Class in Education 1, by Peter Ibbotson

Parliament, by Michael Millett

The Struggle in Ireland, by MM from Dublin

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 10, June 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Fight the Race Thugs!

A Delegate Previews the ETU Conference

Deadlock in the Printing Dispute, by John Phillips

Take Action Against OMO, by Cllr. P. O’Hea, from Labour Report

Scottish Trade Union Congress, by Nan Milton

LTE: Seven Lean Years, from Platform

Socialist Wages Plan, by Ken Alexander

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Labour’s Crisis of 1931, by P. Mansell

Class in Education 2: Labour and the Public Schools, by Peter Ibbotson

Scramble at the Top, review by Richard Kay

Parliament, by Michael Millett

Soft Soap and ... Votes, by Cressida Lindsay

Russia: The King is Dead, Long Live the King! from speeches at the 20th CPSU Congress

How to Fight the Bomb, by Cllr. R. Challinor

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 11, Mid-June 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Labour’s Annual Conference Must Show the Workers’ Answer to the Racists

Life is Bitter With the Tories Say the Unemployed

TU Commentary, by John Phillips

Economics, by John Crutchley

Engineering Employers – No Change, by Karl Dunbar

The Limits of Reform: A Reply to Ken Alexander, by Michael Kidron

Fascism in Britain, by Michael Millett

Books

As Simple as Black and White, by Cressida Lindsay

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 12, September 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Workers Can Expect Nothing from the Summit Conferences

Labour and the Bomb

How to Fight the Bomb

Books

Labour Party Conference Resolutions, by P. Mansell

The Print Workers and BMC

H Bomb – Facts and Figures, from Outlook

No to Central African Federation! by Dev Murarka

Rosa Luxemburg The Revolutionary, review by M. Kidron

Notting Hill Notebook

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 13, October 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Life is Bitter With The Tories

Labour Councils and the Closed Shop, by P. Mansell

Strange Strike Strategy – Mystery Solved, by D.B.

Hours and Theirs: Your Holidays Compared, from Labour Research

Capacity, from Labour Research

The How and the Why of Nationalizing the Building Industry, by Omar

A Charter for Youth

Books

Policy for Wales, by John Reynolds

Never Again! from Platform

Room at the Top – A Chronicle of a Climb, by M. Maddison

Absolute Beginners – An Absolute Must, by Cressida Lindsay

Notting Hill Notebook

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 14, November 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Left March, Labour!

Liberal Kiss of Death, by Peter Sedgwick

A Berlin Diary, by Dev Murarka

Class in Education 3, by Peter Ibbotson, from Labour Teacher

“The Younger Generation”, by Will Fancy

Labour After the Election – The Future of the Left, by Michael Kidron

Letters

It’s Rich

Books

Notting Hill Notebook

What We Stand For


9th Year No. 15, December 1st 1959
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

The Way Ahead for Labour, by Eric Heffer

SR Editorial

The Trades Unions and the Tories, by John Phillips

Books

Meeting the People, by Shillaly

It’s Rich

Let Us Challenge the Tories, by “Punch”, from Platform

The Class Character of the Labour Party, by P. Mansell

Young People at Work, by M. Millett

The Crisis in India, by Dev Murarka

Notting Hill Notebook

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 1, January 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editorial Board:
MICHAEL KIDRON (Editor)
JOHN PHILLIPS
TONY CLIFF

Witch Hunts and Wild Cats, by “Punch”

Tory MP, from Labour Research

How Can We Make the Labour Party Move? by Ken Coates

After the End of Empire, by Michael Kidron

It’s Rich

General Election in Nigeria, by “Our Man in Lagos”

Notting Hill Notebook

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 2, February 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Back the Boycott!

Kidron and the Limits of Revolutionary Romanticism, by John Hughes & Ken Alexander

A Note on the Limitations of Reforming “Realism”, by Michael Kidron

Accidents

Politics 1960, by Peter Cadogan

In Reply to Ken Coates, by P. Mansell

Golden Handshakes, from Plebs

Slipping in Shipping, from Hansard

It’s Rich

Youth

Notting Hill Notebook, by C.C. Byfield


10th Year No. 3, March 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
MICHAEL KIDRON

Rails – Warning Light Ahead!

Against the Bomb!

Railways 1: Background to Nationalisation, by Tony Young

The Shorter Working Week and the TUC, by Ken Coates

Trade Union Commentary, by John Phillips

Federation Must Go! by Dev Murarka

What Was Behind Mac’s Africa Tour? by T. Cliff

The Struggle for a Symbol, by Cllr. Ray Challinor

Politics 1960: Some Comments on Peter Cadogan’s Article, by P. Mansell

Out of the Ice-Age, by Walter Kendall

It’s Rich

Parliament, by Michael Millet

Notting Hill Notebook, by C.C. Byfield

Young Socialists. Report from Gillingham, by Tony Young

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 4, April 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
C. DALLAS

Aldermaston and Beyond

The Communist Party and the Bomb

International Notebook, by T. Cliff

It’s Rich

Expensive Accounts! from Evening Standard

Light in the Sky, by John Comley, a review by John Crutchley

Democracy and the TUC, by J. Martin

Dig This! from The Times

Labour Councils Muddle On, by Karl Dunbar

The Industrial and Political Struggles, by Dudley Edwards

De Gaulle and Hitler, from De Gaulle’s memoirs

Trends in US Labour, by Eric Heffer

Show Me Your Documents Citizeness, by Ilya Ilf & Yergeni Petrov (translated by Rad Eastwood)

Weekend in Duilock and Stand on Me, reviews by Bill Crouch

Stop This Murder! Extend the Boycott! No Arms for South Africa!

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 5, May 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

The Struggle in South Africa

Trade Union Commentary

After Aldermaston – The Road to Peace, by Peter Sedgwick

International Notebook

A Message for May-Day, by Jock Dunbar

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

Parliament, by Michael Millett

Just a Tsotsi, by J. Arthur Maimane, from Africa South

Letter

Fighting Fund


10th Year No. 6, June 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editorial Board:
TONY CLIFF
JOHN PHILLIPS
JOHN FAIRHEAD
JIM HIGGINS

Socialism and the Summit

Defend Clause Four, by John Fairhead

Apprentices Demand A Better Deal, by Roger Cox

The Working Day and Night, by L.J. Bennett

The Ten Hours Act – A Workers’ Victory, by Henry Collins

A Socialist Stand, by Geoff Carlsson

Labour Councils Muddle On, by C. Raymond

Local Election Results, by Stan Bedwell

After the Local Elections: Fight the Tory Squeeze, by Karl Dunbar

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

The Politics of Summitry, by Raymond Challinor

It’s Rich

Brian Behan Expelled, by Peter Cadogan

Letters


10th Year No. 7, July 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editorial Board:
TONY CLIFF
JOHN PHILLIPS
JOHN FAIRHEAD
JIM HIGGINS

Japanese Labour on the March, by James Plant

Tories Move Against Miners, by Graham Acott

Executive Papers Over the Cracks. ETU Conference, by A Delegate

Hoovers: A Pre-Settlement, by Jack Selvin

Unions and the Economy, by James R. Higgins

Creed of a Union Bureaucrat

Labour’s Great Debate, by Peter Sedgwick

For Democracy in “Young Socialists”, by Philip Jonson

“Victory for Socialism” Misses the Boat, by Stan Bedwell

The American Revolution, by Henry Collins

Corfield on Kenyatta, by John Fairhead

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

Disarmers March, by Tony Young

It’s Rich

Letters


10th Year No. 8, August 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editorial Board:
TONY CLIFF
JOHN PHILLIPS
JOHN FAIRHEAD
JIM HIGGINS

Repel the Right-Wing Challenge

Defend the Cuban Revolution, by Jim Plant

The Industrial Struggle and Peace, by Dudley Edwards

Seamans’ Strike, by Nicholas Howard

Power – A Call to Unity: LTE Worker Sums-Up

Sedgwick Disagrees With Rex

Nye Bevan – A Socialist Analysis, by John Fairhead

Gaitskell Must Go! by Cllr. Bill Dow

Early Struggles for Workers’ Control: A Vital Sector of Labour Movement History, by James Higgins

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

It’s Rich

Congo Chaos Plays into Hands of Capitalists

The Russian Organisation Man, by M. Turov

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 9, September 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editorial Board:
TONY CLIFF
JOHN FAIRHEAD
JIM HIGGINS
JIM PLANT

A Blow Against the Boss Is a Blow Against the Bomb

Central African Flashpoint, by John Fairhead

Labour Believes In ...? by Raymond Challinor

Congo: Revolution Without Ideology, by Joan Davies

Letter

The Seaman’s Great Struggle

The Founding of the British Communist Party, by Henry Collins

Issues Facing the Miners, by Graham Aycott (or Graham Acott)

Letter

What We Stand For


10th Year No. 10, October 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Where is Labour Going?

The Seamen’s Struggle, by our Liverpool Correspondent

Wildcat’s, Bureaucrats and Bombs, by James R. Higgins

Busmen’s Struggle, letter sent by London busworkers to MP’s

Historic Document, from Platform

Solidarity with Busmen, by John Chilton

William Morris: Revolutionary Socialist, by Henry Collins

Congolese Raped by U.N. Generals, by John Fairhead

It’s Rich

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Reviews

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

Glasgow to St. Pancras


10th Year No. 11, November 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Fight and Fight and Fight

Cuba: The Facts, by Ken Coates

TU Commentary, by Karl Dunbar

The Shorter Working Week, by Stan Bedwell

Systematic Murder, from The Platform

Self Help – The Modern Way

John Mitchell: Irish Patriot, by Henry Collins

The Truth About Hiroshima, by Tony Cliff

Noel Baker’s H-Bomb, by Geoff Weston

It’s Rich

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Reviews

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

Opposition to Algerian War, by Richard Green


10th Year No. 12, December 1960
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Socialism, The Bomb and Neutralism, by Peter Sedgwick

Struggle Against Algerian War, by Jean-Jacques Marie, from Correspondences Socialiste

TU Commentary

Crisis in the Car Industry, by Ian Davies

Will Gaitskell Ban the Labour Party? by Ray Challinor

Scottish Workers Fight Polaris, by Harry McShane

Frigidaire Workers’ Strike, by Frigidaire Strike Committee

Reviews

Algerian War

It’s Rich

Freedom of Speech, by Peter Cadogan

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 1, January 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Tory Rails Swindle

Big Business Rules Federation, by Joan Davies

TU Commentary

Anti-War Conference

Workers’ Thought on Workers’ Control, by Dudley Edwards

The Radical Tailor of Charing Cross, by Henry Collins

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Labour and the Bomb

Tory Pension Swindle, by Stan Bedwell

Reviews

Speculator’s Paradise, from Financial Times

Who is Killing the Railways, by Stan Mills

“New Advance”, Old Retreat, by Geoff Weston

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 2, February 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Labour’s March Forward, by John Fairhead

TU Commentary

London Labour Party Conference, by A. Hammond

They Never Had it so Good (International Financial Statistics)

The Belgian General Strike, by Tony Cliff

The Chartist Convention, by Henry Collins

It’s Rich

Landlord’s Paradise

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

Letter, from Christopher W. Drew

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 3, March 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Give Gaitskell Marching Orders

TU Commentary

Councils in Crisis, by Ray Challinor

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

On the Wrong Track, by Stan Mills

Brooke’s Scheme Means Higher Rents, by A. Mepham

Reviews

Candid Commentary, by John Wilkes

The Devil, God and the Oracle, by Geoff Weston

Russia’s Bomb, correspondence reproduced from Tribune

Education – Nottingham Teachers Fight for Socialist Policy, by Joan Ferguson

It’s Rich

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 4, April 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Act Against the Bomb!

Tory Attack on National Health Service, by Ray Challinor

TU Commentary

Give us Fair Play Mr. Butler, by Bill Crouch

Letter, from Edward J. Scott

A Strike is For ...? by Karl Dunbar

International

Kennedy and the Left, by John Phillips

Which Way for the Centre? by John Palmer

NATO and the Danish Elections

Reviews, by Peter Sedgwick

Labour Must Lead on Central Africa, by Joan Davies

Defend the Welfare State, by John Sangster

It’s Rich

CP’s 27th National Conference, criticisms of CP’s attitude to CND by Monty Johnstone


11th Year No. 5, May 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Hands Off Cuba

TU Commentary

May Day

The London Plan, by W. Harrison

Tory Trickery, by Stan Bedwell

The Direction of Action, by Peter Sedgwick

Congo, by Stan Mills

Africa: Lessons of the Boycott, by Dev Murarka

Portugal, from the Portuguese and Colonial Bulletin

CND Conference

The Forgotten Class, by Jane Roberts

Reviews

It’s Rich

Youth

A Note on Neutralism, by Michael Roberts


11th Year No. 6, June 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Labour and the Bomb

Stalinism Not Dead, by T. Cliff

TU Commentary

Support Public Transport Demand

Angola Massacre, by Mary Bristow

Crossman and the Bomb, leaflet issued by Liverpool CND

Wrong Approach to Neutrality, by N. Howard

Danish CP Zig Zag on the Bomb

Letters

Whose Welfare State, by Valerie Owen

It’s Rich

Books to Read, by Ioan Davies

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 7, July/August 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Whose United Europe? by Stan Bedwell

The Net Tightens, by John Palmer

Son of Fred

TU Commentary

PO Engineers Conference, by J. Higgins

Reviews

Crime and Punishment, by Peter Sedgwick

Preparing for Blackpool, by John Fairhead

South Africa: Why the Strike Failed, by Dev Murarka

Letters

Harold and His Wunderkinder, by Nigel Harris

A Right Fling, by Paul Higson

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 8, September 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

No War Over Berlin

Signpost, by Stan Bedwell

TU Commentary

Teachers Fight Back, by C. Dallas

Sack Selwyn!

It’s Rich

Contemporary Capitalism, by John Crutchley

William Godwin, by Henry Collins

Charity Is Not Enough, by Ray Challinor

Common Market – A Step Nearer Socialism?

Socialist Review Fighting Fund

What We Stand For


11th Year No. 9, October 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MACINTYRE
Editorial Board:
KEVIN SIMS (Industry)
JOHN FAIRHEAD (Labour Party internal affairs)
PETER SEDGWICK (British politics)
TONY CLIFF (Foreign politics)
MICHAEL KIDRON (Economics)
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE (Historical lessons)
MIKE HEYM (Youth)
TONY YOUNG (Law and the Labour Movement)
K. & J. GOULD (Social Services)

No to all Bombs, by Alasdair MacIntyre

Prospects for Blackpool, by John Fairhead

TU Commentary

Squeezes Past and Future, from Labour Research

Contemporary Capitalism, by John Crutchley

It’s Rich

Danish Diary, by Ray Challinor

What We Stand For


November 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE

Labour and Industry, by John Fairhead

The Strikes

  1. The Economic Background, by Michael Kidron
     
  2. The Fight Against Redundancy, by John Phillips

Britain’s Coloured Citizens, by J. Kincaid

The 22nd Congress of the C.P.S.U., by Tony Cliff

Editorial

Happy Birthday! (on the 40th anniversary of R. Palme Dutt’s Labour Monthly)

In the Red, by “Spartacus”


December 1961
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE

Tory ‘Planning’, by Michael Kidron

How to Unite Labour, by John Fairhead

Should Workers Use the Courts? asks a Socialist Lawyer

Power Workers Pay Award, by John Phillips

Welfare State Dismantled, by Alasdair MacIntyre

Why Were Krupps not Expropriated? by Tony Cliff

Non-Violence – Dogma or Tactic? by Peter Sedgwick

Roy Welensky’s Africa Paradise, by Stan Mills

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

What We Stand For


January 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE

Lessons of a Strike, by Roger Cox

The Left and the Common Market, by Michael Kidron

Against the State, by Socialist Lawyer

Statistics Which Don’t Lie, by Stephen Hero

Transport House Gags YS, by Chris Davison

Congo, Katanga and UNO, by Alasdair MacIntyre

Pages from Krushchev’s Biography

Editorial

Comparison of Cost of Certain Items for War and Peace Uses, from Labour Research

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

What We Stand For


February 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE

Trial by Fire, by John Palmer

Another Signpost – To Nowhere, by Kevin Barry

Why Mergers? by Stephen Hero

Ireland Whose Own? by Alasdair MacIntyre

Forward by the Right, by Nigel Harris

Gagarin and the Jewish Problem, by M. Ben Reuben

Letter, from Tony Young

Total U.S. Expenditure on Armaments and Guided Missiles, from Labour Research

Pay at the Top

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

1880–1961 Natalia Sedova (short obituary)

What We Stand For


March 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Editor:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE

Right-Wing Threats in Labour Party, by John Fairhead

Squeeze and Freeze in 1962, by John Palmer

Wages: Lessons from Germany, by Stephen Hero

Ghana, Guinea, Guiana: Three Strikes, by Peter Sedgwick

Letters

Family Planning, by Jane Williams

Editorial

Labour Monthly Twist

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

What We Stand For


April 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Joint Editors:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE
HAROLD FREEMAN

By-Election Message, by John Fairhead

What’s Left for Labour? by Alasdair MacIntyre

Pit Crisis in Scotland, by Paul Foot

White Collar Wages, by F. Lipson

London Labour Conference, by A Delegate

Algerians Betrayed, Unsigned (attributed to Tony Cliff by Ian Birchall)

Editorial

Can We Afford Disarmament? by John Palmer

Big and Little Nations, by T. Linnell

In The Red

What We Stand For


May 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Joint Editors:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE
HAROLD FREEMAN

Young Socialists – Prospects, by John Phillips

Welfare and the Common Market, by Henry Willis

Carron’s Capers, by Karl Dunbar

Radcliffe and “Big Brother”, by P. Mansell

The Sleepwalking Society: Britain in the Sixties, by Alasdair MacIntyre

Budget Tricks, by Michael Kidron

Kennedy’s Big Stick, by Sergio Junco

PBR, by Roger Cox

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

What We Stand For


June 1962
SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published by Socialist Review Publishing Co. Ltd.

Joint Editors:
ALASDAIR MacINTYRE
HAROLD FREEMAN

Open Letter to a Right-Wing Young Socialist, by Alasdair MacIntyre

Confed. Strike Vote, by Karl Dunbar

Prejudice on the Rails, by Stan Mills

Support Spanish Workers, by The Executive Committee of P.O.U.M.

Dr. Hill’s Housing Fraud, by Jim Kincaid

Gaitskell’s Chopper, by John Phillips

Alliance Without Progress, by Sergio Junco

Letter

Arms, Men and Money, from Labour Research

Worker to Worker

In the Red, by “Spartacus”

What We Stand For

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