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Vol. XIV No. 1, 2 January 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

The First 50 Years of the America Dream, by Art Preis

Bosses Ask Injunction on Miners

Trumanites in Congress Scheme to Hoax Labor

Labor-Haters Try to Blow Up UAW Building

Stalinists in U.S. Formally Launch Purge of ‘Titoists’

AFL Unions Will Ask Wage Raises in 1950

Court Smashes Cleveland Strike

1949 Trends Point Up New Year’s Tasks

[Editorials]

Titoism and Internationalism

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

Two Birthdays in Moscow, by John G. Wright

New Postage Stamp (photo)

90% of Fund Collected with 4 Days to Go, by Reba Aubrey

Intellectual D.P.’s, by Arthur Kent

Stalinists Lie About Rent Fight in Chicago

Thousands of Jobless in Ypsilanti Thrown on Relief, Face Evictions

The Tresca Murder Case

Notes from the News

Rose Karsner Honored at Dinner in New York on Her 60th Birthday


Vol. XIV No. 2, 9 January 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Truman Cloaks ‘War Deal’ with ‘Fair Deal’ Talk, by Art Preis

FBI wiretappers, Perjurers Break Law, Get Away with It, by George Breitman

Spelling It Out (cartoon), by Gray

Plant Purge Contract Approved by Reuther

Stalinists Agree to 11% Wage Cut for Fur Workers

SIU Officials Continue Threats Against SWP

West German CP Purges Titoists

SWP Fund Completed in Full and on Time, by Reba Aubrey

Washington’s Big Dilemma – Chinese Policy, by Joseph Hansen

The U.S. Plot to Rearm Germany

Workers Forum

V.R. Dunne Address 3 Mid-West Meetings on Civil Rights Fight

Chart Tells Unemployment Story (chart), from AFL Monthly Survey

Notes on Latin America, by J. Gomez

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

‘Social Scientists’ and Labor, by F. Forest

The Strange Case of General Yamashita, by John G. Wright

Where Yugoslav Policy Is Basically at Fault

Scoreboard for SWP Fund

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

Wall Street’s Achilles Heel, by Joseph Keller

Jobless Estimates of Census Bureau Highly Doctored, by Robert Phillips

Backs Civil Rights Fight (photo)

Civil Liberties Movement Can’t Afford Blacklists, by Albert Parker

A Letter Of Thanks, by Rose Karsner

Dowson Gets 15,600 Votes in Toronto Mayoralty Race, by Barry Brent

Notes from the News


Vol. XIV No. 3, 16 January 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Public Protests Mounting Against FBI Lawbreaking, by George Breitman

Pie in the Sky (cartoon), by Gray

Truman Asks More for War in New Budget, by Art Preis

Japanesse CP Rejects Kremlin Order for Purge

Bitter Campaign Expected in New British Elections

Strikebreaking Stirs Fight in Cleveland AFL

Coal Miners Need Aid of All Labor, by Joseph Keller

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

Unemployment Victim (photo)

A Letter from Australia on the Recent Elections

World Events, by Paul G. Stevens

Dunne Flays Witch-Hunters at Meetings in Youngstown

Greetings to the Civil Rights Mobilization Delegates

[Editorials]

Truths About Economic ‘State of the Union’, by John G. Wright

Prof. Emerson’s Speech on Kutcher and Bill of Rights, by Thomas I. Emerson

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

The Frederic March Case, by Ruth Johnson

New Political Policy Needed by Civil Rights Mobilization, by Albert Parker

Wants Troops in Formosa (photo)

Truman on Formosa, by Joseph Hansen

Curran Machine Expels Four Opponents in NMU

Two Significant Films, by Charles Hanley

Youngstown NAACP Rally Gets Encouraging Response


Vol. XIV No. 4, 23 January 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Denham Seeks New Injunction Against Miners

FBI Breaks Law 170 times a Day, Admits Hoover

Trotskyists Make Gains in Colombo

Conference Asks Quick Action on Civil Rights, by Arthur Kent

Washington Starts Dumping Foods

Seattle Case Exposes Hall-Lundeberg Lies

Congress Moves to Block FEPC

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

Hazards of Mining (photo)

World Events, by Paul G. Stevens

The Militant Army

Truman’s Prophecy

[Editorials]

Events Confirm Lenin’s View on Our era, by G.F. Eckstein

Prof. Emerson Exposes Truman “Loyalty” Purge, by Thomas I. Emerson

China Policy Shows Gulf Between Leninism and Stalinism, by Charles Hanley

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

Freedom of Religion, by Joseph Keller

Police Brutality Told by Oakland Negroes

Race Hate Victim (photo)

Bartell Hits SIU’s Jim Crow Hiring Hall

Charge Racial Bias in Toledo School Sale

Apartments – At a Price, by Ruth Johnson

The Truth Will Out, by Gordon Bailey

Race-Haters in Chicago Organizing to Incite More Mob Violence

Dunne Speaks at Pittsburgh, Morgantown and Buffalo

Jobs Are Scarcer, by Fred Hart

Socialist Party Vote OK’s Merger with Social Democratic Federation


Vol. XIV No. 5, 30 January 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

All Labor Must Rally to aid Coal Miners, by The Editors

Says Steel’s Steal Not Big Enough

Labor Haters Gang Up on Embattled Miners

90,000 Strike at Chrysler

Trumanites in Congress Stall Action on FEPC, by Joseph Keller

Judge Ryan Calls FBI Wiretaps “Unlawful”

Tito Regime Announces New Important Reforms

Washington Aims to Save Franco

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

Doing Fine (photo)

Harry Greene, Militant Negro Unionist, Dies

Workers Forum

“That Little Paper”

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

First the A-Bomb – Now the Hell-Bomb, by John G. Wright

Adamic’s Impressions of His Yugoslav Trip

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

“Welfare” in New York, by Ruth Johnson

Dunne Flays Role of Union Officials in Rights Fight

Strikers’ Families Evicted (photo)

Curran Machine Continues Purge of Opponents

They Can Dream, Can’t They, by Sidney Crabbe

Kutcher Appeal Will Be Filed in 2 Weeks

New Leader Exposes SIU Officials’ Attacks on SWP

Convictions Without Trial, by Fred Hart

1 Out of Every 9 Jobless in Germany

Group to Picket Spanish Consulate

Notes from the News


Vol. XIV No. 6, 6 February 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

ACLU to Probe Violations of Union Democracy

H-Bomb Faces Humanity with Annihilation

Newark Banquet for Jim Kutcher Highly Successful

SWP Leader to Be Honored

White House Ultimatum Handed to Mine Workers

Social Democrats Vote for Merger with SP

A ‘Labor’ Cover for the Legion-Hearst Mob, by Art Preis

NMU Seamen Reject Curran Purge Move

European Notebook

French Against Viet-Namese (photo)

Yugoslav Job Freeze, by John G. Wright

Washington Backs French Indo-China Puppet, by Charles Hanley

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

Why Revolutionary Socialists Favor Victory of British Labor Party, by Paul G. Stevens

What Did Civil Rights Mobilizations Achieve? by Albert Parker

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

High Cost of the FBI, by Joseph Keller

Chrysler Strikers Seeking Strengthened Basic Contract

Large Opposition Vote in Referendum of SUP

National Telephone Strike Scheduled

A Traitorous Silence, by Fred Hart

A Slight Case of Double-Talk

The Jobless Cab Driver, by Robert Chester

Correction


Vol. XIV No. 7, 13 February 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Millions Will Die, All Liberty Lost – Admits McMahon, by John G. Wright

All Unions Must Take Action to Halt Attack upon Miners

An Editorial

Kutcher Case Is Taken into Washington Court

What Other Strikers Say

Hitler General Drafts U.S. Dictatorship Plan

Unemployment Hits Nine-Year Peak

Hell Bomb – Road to World Suicide, by Art Preis

European Notebook

French Trotskyists Hold 6th National Convention

The Militant Army

Cominform, Japan CP Attempt to Avoid Rift

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

“That Little Paper”

[Editorials]

Key Problems in Study of Negro History, by J. Meyer

Did Roosevelt “Appease” Stalin? by George Breitman

Visit Your Local Headquarters of the Socialist Workers Party

Their Kind of ‘Socialist’, by Fred Hart

Authorities Bury FEPC Ordinance in San Francisco

Federal Mediators Attempt to Postpone Telephone Strike (photo)

SWP Organizer Flays Dictatorial Chief of Police

That Speech of Carey’s, by Joseph Keller

Strikers Prepare New Demands at Chrysler

Toledo Area-Wide Pension Fight Enters New stage

V.R. Dunne, Jim Kutcher Speak at N.Y. Meeting

AFL Council Issues Mild Complaint on State Department Bid to Franco


Vol. XIV No. 8, 20 February 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

SWP Committee Maps Election Drive for 1950

Mine Struggle shows Need of Labor Party, by Art Preis

Issues in Kutcher Case Explained by Leader of ADA

Stalinist Rulers Brutally Suppress Shanghai Workers

Progressive Convention Faces Deep-Going Crisis, by George Clarke

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Shipowners on Hiring Hall

Maryland Court Upholds Ober Law

H-Bomb Means Annihilation, Warns Einstein, by John G. Wright

European Notebook

Ask Pledge on H-Bomb Use (photo)

Mine Owners’ Strategy Based on Truman’s Aid

The Militant Army

SWP in Detroit Urges Fight on New Fare Rise

Atomic Energy and Capitalist Society, by Arne Swabeck

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Federal Court Approves Jim Crow in D.C. Schools

[Editorials]

Worker in East Germany Defends Trotsky

Liberals in Bitter Dispute on Jim Crow, by Albert Parker

Russian Potash Shipments Help Break U.S. Strike

H-Bomb Liberals, by George Breitman

Cannon Honored for Forty Years of Service to Socialism, by Ruth Johnson

Dogs, Steaks and Bells, by James E. Boulton

Waltham Watch Winds Up (photo)

New Demands Issued by Chrysler Strikers

I.F. Stone on Kutcher

Akron Police Murder Defenseless Negro

CIO, AFL Bodies Voice Suport for Mine Union

Legion Purgers Brand Nursery Tunes Subversive

Federal Judge Upholds deportation of Hariasides


Vol. XIV No. 9, 27 February 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Hell-Bomb Stirs Clamor for “New Approach”

Back Us Up and We Can Win, Miners Tell Labor Movement, by Art Preis

FEPC Gutted in House 240–157

Crocodile Tears (cartoon), by Gray

Legless Vet Gets New Help in Philadelphia

NMU Faces Hiring Hall Crisis Without Program

Cochran to Tour U.S. on Outlook for Labor

Ho Veers from Stalin Line, Gets Tito Ties

Me Too, Says Truman of GOP’s Slogan, by Albert Parker

European Notebook

Plot Anti-UMW Injunction (photo)

Stalinists Hope Miners Won’t Remember 1943

The Militant Army

“That Little Paper”

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Letters from Our Readers

[Editorials]

Class Forces in the Chinese Revolution, by Li Fu-jen

New York NMU Votes to Support Jim Kutcher

Kremlin-China Treaty Is Window-Dressing, by John G. Wright

Government Deportation Drive Hits a Snag

Anti-War Novel Banned as “Indecent” in Japan

Truman’s Interview, by John F. Petrone

Cannon Greeted Warmly at 60th Birthday Dinner

Strikers Favor More Militancy at Chrysler’s

Hot Potatoes, by Ruth Johnson

Grand Jury to Investigate Murder of Fenner in Akron

Advertising, 1950, by George Breitman

Fire Denham? Truman Not Even Considering It


Vol. XIV No. 10, 6 March 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

24-Hour National Strike Urged to Aid Coal Miners

British Working Class Bars Return of Tories to Power, by John G. Wright

Wallaceite Convention Marks Shift to the Right

Republicans & Democrats – FEPC (cartoon), by Gray

Bohannan Is Candidate of SWP for Congress

Trumanites, Republicans Join in Knifing FEPC, by Albert Parker

Curran Runs to Taft in Hiring Hall Fight

Life Offers Only H-Bomb Death, by Joseph Keller

SWP Opens 1950 Campaign in Mich.

We Regret

European Notebook

The Militant Army

Branches Celebrate Negro History Week, by Dickson Woods

ACLU Will File Brief Supporting James Kutcher

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Labor Chieftains Copy Govt. Purge, Says V.R. Dunne

[Editorials]

Capitalist Propaganda and British Elections, by Paul G. Stevens

Cause and Effect of FEPC Betrayal, by Marshall Haynes

Cochran’s Tour

Australia Government to Outlaw Stalinists

The Post on Kutcher

Urge More Militancy in Chrysler Strike

“Loyalty” Board Fires Trotskyist on Alaska Job

SWP Asks Labor to Prevent Boost in Detroit Fare

Fame is the Spur, by Ruth Johnson

Kutcher Addresses 20 Meetings in Philadelphia on Civil Rights Fight

Red-Baiters Bolt CIO Longshoremen for AFL, by D. Rossa

The Korean Police State, by Charles Hanley

Detroit KKK Elements Threaten Violence

U.S. Coast Guard Uses Blacklist in Private Jobs


Vol. XIV No. 11, 13 March 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Trumanites Back Police-State Bill in Senate Body, by John G. Wright

Lewis Urges “Mutual Aid” Pact for Defense of Strikes

An Editorial

CP Goons Assault Meeting in Paris on Yugoslavia

Bridges Trial Informer Got OK of CIO Leaders

Technological Gains Swell Army of Jobless

Lilienthal Rants at Scientists Telling Truth, by Ruth Johnson

N.Y. Witch-Hunt Law Revalidated

European Notebook

Lewis’ Weak Point – Politics, by Joseph Keller

Auto Union Relief Caravan Hailed in Coal Mining Town, by F. Forest

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

World Report

Cochran’s Tour

Fewer Medical Students Than 45 Years Ago

[Editorials]

Laborite Chiefs Try to Straddle Vital Issues, by Paul G. Stevens

Yugoslavia and the Wallaceite Convention, by George Breitman

The Record of Stalinist Treachery in China, by Li Fu-jen

The Miners’ Wives, by F. Forest

New UAW Group Makes Good Start in Toledo Election

Sit-In Strikers (photo)

UAW Officials Propose Retreat at Chrysler

A ‘Do-Good’ Minister, by David Rossi

N.Y. Painters Leaders Begin Witch-Hunt Purge

From the Yugoslav Press

Jail Homeless Family on ‘Cruelty’ Charge, by Ralph Gallagher

SDF Leaders Override Members on SP Unity, by Albert Parker

Unfair Employment Practice Protected in New FEPC Bill


Vol. XIV No. 12, 20 March 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Pittsburgh Civil Rights Violated in Rising Witch-Hunt

“The Very Latest Model – Guaranteed to Last a Lifetime” (cartoon), by Gray

Murray Turns Down United Defense Pact

General Motors Rakes In World’s Biggest Profits

30,000 Attend Ceylon Meeting of Trotskyists

Petitions Filed for Bohannan in New Jersey

SWP Picks Candidates for Campaign in Penn., by J. Minuit

Stalinists Expel Member for Opposing Anti-SWP Violence

CIO Hits Mundt Bill as “Totalitarian”

Big-Money Finances Democratic Machine, by Joseph Keller

European Notebook

Poised for Crackdown on Strikers (photo)

How GM Sliding Scale Worked Out, by Art Preis

Labor Tasks Analyzed by Cochran in Boston

The Militant Army

An Election Report from London, by T. Burns

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Articles on Yugoslavia Featured in Current FI

[Editorials]

Quit Whitewashing the Trumanites on FEPC! by Albert Parker

The Electoral Policy of the Wallaceites, by Fred Hart

Why Belgium Is Now Divided over King Leopold’s Return, by Charles Hanley

House Seeks to Expand Power of FBI Purgers

Shachtman Advocates Participation in Capitalist Primaries, by George Breitman

Correction

Left Hand, Right Hand – Truman’s Flim-Flammery

Rogge – Wallace’s Successor? by John F. Petrone

James P. Cannon and Rose Karsner Honored in L.A., by A. Lynn

Profs, Students Fight U. of California Oath

Auto Barons Hit Union with 3-Way Attack

‘Charm’ for Job-Seekers, by Anna Carson

Publisher Paul Block Admits He Financed Suit Against Toledo Union

Morals of a Union Bureaucrat, by Ruth Johnson


Vol. XIV No. 13, 27 March 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Yugoslav Chiefs Deepen Exposure of Stalin’s Crimes

Acheson’s “Total Diplomacy” Offers No Hope for Peace, by Art Preis

“Loyalty” Purge OK, Says Court

The “Welfare State” (cartoon), by Gray

Michigan SWP Off to a Good Start in Petition Drive

U.S. Military Display Protested by Indo-Chinese

Mine Union Hits CIO, AFL Chiefs for Rejecting United Defense

Govt. Plans to Indict 12,000 Under Smith Act

Anti-Reuther Slate Sweeps Chevy Local, by Emmett Moore

European Notebook

Starvation Victim (photo)

Bert Cochran Speaks at Flint, Buffalo Meetings

The Militant Army

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Letters from Our Readers

Detroit NAACP Makes Progress in Restaurants

Ho Chi Minh’s Radio Attacks Yugoslav Leaders

[Editorials]

Why They Are Shifting Plants Out of Detroit, by Jack Meade

Lewis’ Position on Union Democracy, by Joseph Keller

Unemployment in California Reaches a Critical Stage, by Al Lynn

Albert Goldman Finds a New Home, by George Breitman

Belgian Workers Oppose Leopold’s Return, by Charles Hanley

Nothing to Worry About, by Ruth Johnson

Ultra-Modern Household Equipment (photo)

What Chrysler Pickets Think of Lewis’ Plan

Chicago Jim-Crow Mobsters Freed, Judge Hits Victims, by Gordon Bailey

John Crown’s Legacy, by David Weiss

Detroit Race Tension Heightened by Murder, by E. Drake

Stalinist Comeback Attempt Suffers Rebuff in Philadelphia ILG Elections, by Rosalyn Leary

From the Yugoslav Press

Ford Pact Weakens Chrysler, GM Fights


Vol. XIV No. 14, 3 April 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

NMU, SIU Leaders Undermine Fight for Hiring Hall

The Modern Oliver Twist (cartoon), by Gray

Jobless Ranks Keep Growing; Action Needed, by Art Preis

Swedish Socialist Group Declares in Favor of 4th Int’l

ADA and ACLU Condemn Mundt Police-State Bill

Burglars Break into, Rob SWP Headquarters

60 Harvard Professors Hit Firing of Kutcher

Did That $125-Billion Go to ‘Disarm’ U.S.?

High Court Upholds Dennis Conviction

N.J. Paper Strike Ends on Disastrous Terms

Trumanites Vote Funds to Witch-Hunt Body, by John F. Petrone

European Notebook

Cochran Talks on Labor’s Outlook at Detroit Rally

Italian Police Against Strikers (photo)

Letters from Our Readers

Local Addresses of Socialist workers Party

[Editorials]

The Yugoslav Elections and Workers Democracy, by John G. Wright

The State of Civil Liberties in India, by Ruth Miller

SP Expresses Regrets over SDF Unity Delay

Wallaceites Consider Deal with Democrats in N.J.

Starving Jobless “Studied” in Calif., by Al Lynn

Thompson Faces Reutherite in Ford Local 600 Run-Off

Safety Council Reports Job Death Toll

The H-Bomb Isn’t All, by Fred Hart

Compromise Stand on Civil Rights at Queens Parley

High Level Redbaiting (photo)

Fighting Spirit Remains High in Chrysler Ranks

High Court and Jim Crow, by William E. Bohannan

Truman Prepares for Shift on Repeal of Taft-Hartley

Grand Jury Absolves Killers of Negro Vet

The Case of Seretse Khama, by Albert Parker

Detroit Mayor Hit for Jim Crow Act

Freedom of Trade?

VFW Spokesman Demands Thought-Control Penalties

Harold Laski, British Laborite, Dead at 56


Vol. XIV No. 15, 10 April 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

The Kind of Unity Workers Want and Need, by Art Preis

CIO Hits Mundt Bill at House Hearing

Bridges Verdict Strikes Blow at Labor’s Rights

It IS Happening Here (cartoon), by Gray

AEC Censors Scientific American, Burns Copies, by Joseph Keller

Solicit Greetings for N.Y. Kutcher Journal

Italian Trotskyists Step Up Activities in Rome, Other Cities

Progress Reported on Penn., Mich. Petitions

Matthiessen Commits Suicide over Cold War, by Sidney Crabbe

ADA Still Tied to Truman Policy

European Notebook

Steel-Helmeted Italian Police ... Smash a Demonstration (photo)

Chicago, Milwaukee Forums Hear Cochran Flay Misleaders of Labor

The Militant Army

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Letters from Our Readers

Cochran’s Tour

[Editorials]

Super Witch-Hunt Set Off by Senator McCarthy, by Paul G. Stevens

What Bethe Wrote About the H-Bomb

Real Issues Were Not Discussed at Browder-Shachtman Debate, by David Weiss

Correction

The Menace of Education, by Ruth Johnson

Members of the Atomic Energy Commission (photo)

Lundeberg Gets a Setback in Seattle Court

UAW Leaders’ Retreat Emboldens Auto Barons

A Lie That Boomerangs, by Fred Hart

From the Yugoslav Press

Maritime Parley Left Way Open for Raiding

ITU Local Asks for Strike Vote at New York Papers, by F. Newman

IBEW in Chicago Signs ‘Loyalty’ Contract

George Novack Protests Newspaper Story on Matthiessen’s Activity, from George Novack

Dutch Trotskyists Run in Provincial Elections


Vol. XIV No. 16, 17 April 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Stalin’s Hangmen Held 2 Trotskyist German Leaders

Sound Labor Unity Depends on Action by Rank-and-File, by Art Preis

Trend Favors CIO Union Against UE in NLRB Polls

Reutherites Lose Key Posts in Bell Aircraft Election

Truman’s Job Plan Offers Drop in Bucket

Hoodlum Violence on Streets of N.Y., by Albert Parker

NAACP Protests Stall on FEPC in Senate

High Court Bolsters Witch-Hunt

European Notebook

Why No Mass Protest in Bridges Frame-Up, by Joseph Keller

Belgian Labor Blocks King Leopold’s Return, by Charles Hanley

Times Editors Slip Up, Expose Own Censorship

The Militant Army

Cochran Analyzes Labor’s Problems at N.W. Meetings

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Letters from Readers

White Reconsiders, Offers to Remain NAACP Secretary

[Editorials]

Pension Plans – A Comparison, by Robert Philips

Leon Blum – ‘Savior’ of French Employers, by John F. Petrone

Kremlin Agents Continue Purges in Czechoslovakia and Norway

Sen. Pepper – A Typical Southern Liberal, by William E. Bohannan

The Roosevelt “Legacy”, by Fred Hart

Students Hit Decree Barring Professor at Wayne University, by Seymour Lyons

Angry Hosiery Union Members Fight Wage Cut

Miami Beach, by Ben Stone

Adamic’s Magazine Gives More Reports on Yugoslavia

Chicago Housing Scandal, by Gordon Bailey

Another ‘New Look’? by Jack Lerman

U.S. Court Upholds Purge of 3 Private Employees

Baldanzi Faces Axe in Textile Feud with Rieve

Church Members Back Pastor, Witch-Hunt Victim


Vol. XIV No. 17, 24 April1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

How they Tried to Crush Labor – Then and Now, by George Breitman

Unite Against Capitalist War, Witch-Hunting, Unemplyoment, May Day Appeal of the SWP

Free German Trotskyists, Envoy Told

Truman Wants the Credit – He’s Welcome to It

New York SWP to Enter Fall Election Campaign

Ranks Raise Questions on UAW Strike Tactics

U.S. Court Rulings Aid Jim Crow

European Notebook

International Obligations of U.S. Workers, by Paul G. Stevens

Haymarket Demonstration Scene (drawing)

Capitalist Profit System vs. Socialist Planning, by Joseph Hansen

[Editorial]

Trotsky Long Ago Refuted Acheson’s Lies, by Fred Hart

What Albert Parsons Said at His Trial

Why Labor Must Build New Leadership, by John F. Petrone

Welfare State and Negroes, by Albert Parker

Cochran Speaks on Labor’s Prospects in San Francisco

The “Henry Wallace of Chile” (photo)

Teacher Fired for Daring to Fight Jim Crow

Weak Pension Accepted by UAW at Ford in Canada

Stalin Sinkiang Deals Exposed by Yugoslavs

World Unemployment Up, by Robert Phillips

2nd Toledo Strike on Pension Issue

Truman’s Friends, by Ruth Johnson


Vol. XIV No. 18, May 1, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 19, May 8, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 20, May 15, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 21, May 22, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 22, May 29, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 23, June 5, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 24, June 12, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
Published Weekly in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 25, June 19, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 26, June 26, 1950, New York, NY
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 27, July 3, 1950, New York, NY
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 28, July 10, 1950, New York, NY
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 29, July 17, 1950, New York, NY
The Militant
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EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen


Vol. XIV No. 30, July 24, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 31, July 31, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 32, August 7, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 33, August 14, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 34, August 21, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 35, August 28, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 36, September 4, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 37, September 11, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 38, September 18, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 39, September 25, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 40, October 2, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 41, October 9, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 42, October 16, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 43, October 23, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 44, October 30, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 45, November 6, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 46, November 13, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 47, November 20, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 48, November 27, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 49, December 4, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 50, December 11, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 51, December 18, 1950, New York, NY
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Vol. XIV No. 52, December 25, 1950, New York, NY
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