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Vol. XV No. 1, 2 January 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Indonesia Labor Shows Power in Strike Struggles

White House Launches Drive for Wage Freeze

New Gestapo Powers Voted for FBI

Nazi Generals Will Head New Wehrmacht, by Joseph Keller

Truman-Acheson Block Negotiations with Mao

Big Business Men Head ‘Garrison State’ Setup

Fourth International’s Appeal to Yugoslav Communists, from La Verité

Prominent Figures Organize Group to Repeal McCarran Law

Yugoslavia Seen with Open Eyes, by Ernest Germain

Gordy Defense Committee Gains Support of NAACP

Top Brass (photo)

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Hoover’s Speech Shows Rulers Split on Tactics, by John G. Wright

There Is a Reason for this Economic Lunacy, by Fred Hart

2,000 Votes for Swedish Trotskyists

Christmas Was Like This, by Theodore Kovalesky

Detroit Housing at Wretched Level Survey Shows, by Patricia Stall

UAW Executive Board Tries to Suppress Flint Local Paper, by Emmett Moore

War Mobilizers (photo)

Asia’s Monroe Doctrine, by George Lavan

Rail workers Win Few Gains in Settlement

Anti-Negro Violence Flares in Alabama Home Bombing, by J. Blake

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 2, 8 January 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

“Great Debate” Awakens People as Crisis Nears, by The Editors

“Bring the Troops Home!” Mail Floods Congress and Press

Engineers Reject 3-Year Railroad Pact

Dulles Says Capitalism Faces Choice: ‘Die in Bed or in Battle’, by John G. Wright

Asia Revolutionist Speaks for Labor, by Colvin R. deSilva

Yugoslavia Seen with Open Eyes, by Ernest Germain

Tokyo, Belgrade Report Mao Vying with Stalin, by Fred Hart

Home Building Cut 54% in Next Year

Asian Peasants (drawing)

The Militant Army

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Stocks Up Despite Excess Profits Tax

[Editorials]

U.S. Moves to Restore Japan’s Military Power, by Joseph Keller

When the GIs Decided to Come Back Home, by George Breitman

Baby Food Upsets Editor, by George Lavan

SWP Candidate in Chicago Takes Strong Anti-War Stand

Committee Bares Further Clues to Tresca Assassin

Discuss Wage Freeze (photo)

CP Convention Offers Fake Peace Program

Nehru on Marx, by Tom Conlan

John Carmody, by John G. Wright (obituary)

A Reasonable Demand

Liberals Offer American Youth a Future of Wars and Despair, by Ben Reifman


Vol. XV No. 3, 15 January 15, 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Union Heads Aid Imperialism in “Great Debate”, by The Editors

Truman Scorns Appeal by Public to Stop War

Eisenhower’s Statement Takes Shine Off Brass

Taft Tries to Narrow Foreign Policy Rift, by John G. Wright

A Voice from Stalin’s Prison-Camp, by Susanne Leonhardt

West German Govt. Feels Unity Pressure, by Charles Hanley

Yugoslavia Seen with Open Eyes, by Ernest Germain

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

German Steel Workers Ask Workers’ Control

A Priest Blesses Atomic Aggression, by Joseph Keller

U.S. “Liberation” Means Its Ruin, Korea Learns

Trotskyists Score in Ceylon Election

Letters from Readers

“Debt of Honor”, by George Lavan

Railroad Men Rip Truman’s Proposed Pact

Huge Protest Meeting in Harlem on Police Killing of Negro Veteran

Atom for War Only (photo)

On the Liberal Front, by Tom Conlan

GM Head Favors Sliding Pay Scale – At This Time

Goodbye, My Son, by Genora Dollinger

Vietminh Armies Retaining Upper Hand in Indo-China

Labor Gov’t Spends Fortune for Stone


Vol. XV No. 4, 22 January 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Censorship (cartoon), by Gray

World Opinion Forces U.S. Peace Maneuvers

Censorship Keeps GIs’ Voices from Home Folks

J.P. Cannon Explains Skoglund Case Issues

Protests Mounting on Draft of 18-Year-Olds

Truman’s War Budget to Boost Workers’ Taxes Another 40%

U.S. Army Censor Holds Reporter ‘Incommunicado’

The World Crisis – The Doom of Stalinism, by Michel Pablo

Asia and the Kremlin Bureaucrats, by Colvin R. deSilva

The Militant Army

Role of the American Stalinists, by Joseph Keller

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

6

27 Years After Lenin: Leninism Lives On, by Murry Weiss

Commonwealth Nations Reveal Anti-U.S. Rift, by Charles Hanley

Success Story, by Theodore Kovalesky

Briefing the Party Whips (photo)

Urges City Hall March in Murder of New York Vet

Coast Guard Hounds West Coast Militants

Detroit SWP to Treat War Crisis on TV Jan. 26

Robbery in Phone Booth, by Milton Matthews

Flint Chevrolet Local Honors Spirit of 1937 Sitdown Strikes, by Ralph Kelly

Pages from Greek History, by Tom Conlan


Vol. XV No. 5, 29 January 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Destination Moon (cartoon), by Gray

Let the People of the U.S. Vote on War and Peace

Gov’t Set to Impose Wage-Price Controls

Chicago SWP Files Petitions for Alderman Election

Tax-Free Swag for ‘High Tax’ Truman

Skoglund Defense Asks Support for Deportation Fight

Atrocity in Korea

Speech by V.R. Dunne Flays Asia War Policy

The Great Atrocity – How They ‘Liberate’ Korea

Documentary Record of Crimes Against Humanity by Imperialists

[Editorials]

German Marxists Issue Action Program

Jail Leaflet-Passers in Raid on Newark CP

Epic of Korea, by John G. Wright (book review)

Evicted During Childbirth

The Secret, by Theodore Kovalesky

Briggs Workers Vote to Authorize Strike, by Paul Gordon

Veteran Unionist is Victimized by Immigration Dept.

State Sedition Law Trial of 3 Opens in Pittsburgh, by F. Forest

The Talented Tenth, by J. Blake

Broad New Powers Planned for FBI

Letters from Readers

The Militant Army

Sinclair Lewis, by George Lavan


Vol. XV No. 6, 5 February 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

German Unions Fight for Equal Say in Industry, by Charles Hanley

U.S. Whips Satellites to “Brand” Mao

Truman Freezes Wages; No Curb on Profiteers

Big Business Controls Mobilization Setup, by George Lavan

Who’s Crazy?

Why the GIs Want to Come Home, by Art Preis

SWP $18,000 Fund Off to a Good Start, by James P. Cannon

Hundred Million Indians Starve While Congress Refuses to Ship Food, by John G. Wright

Rail Workers Fighting Mad in Walk-Out

$18,000 Fund Scoreboard

The Militant Army

U.S. and World Crisis

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Stalinists Wage Vulture Fight over ALP Corpse

Negro History and ‘Leaders’ of Today, by Carol Gaunt

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (photo)

“Hi, Fellers!”, by Theodore Kovalesky

SWP Alderman Candidate on Ballot in Chicago Election

Reuther Asks Union Wage for Jobless, by Dave Lands

Detroit Workers Hit by High Prices

Debate in Two Worlds, by Murry Weiss

Importation of Mexican Labor Opposed by AFL

Ford UAW Local President Tries to Suppress Election Opponents

Short Subjects

Reporter Quits in Protest Because Brass Hats Censor, Doctor the News

State of Union Not So Good


Vol. XV No. 7, 12 February, 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Railroad Workers Fight for Justice

Truman Asks 10 Billions More in New “Soak-the Poor” Taxes

Price “Control” Body Stripped of Power to Enforce

Hansen to Tour Country Analyzing World Crisis

Eisenhower European Tour Staged to Sell Totalitarianism Here, by John G. Wright

Freed Krupp ‘Takes Up Where He Left Off’, by Joseph Keller

Detroit SWP Presents Program on Television

SWP Branches Maintain Pace; $18,000 Fund Is on Schedule, by Reba Aubrey

The Militant Army

Hansen Tour Schedule

[Editorials]

Leon Sedov, Symbol of World Socialist Youth, by Leon Trotsky

Why Abraham Lincoln Is Loved by Masses, by George Lavan

Resistance to Military Program Causes Cabinet Crisis in Holland, by Charles Hanley

Fourteen Years After, by Emmett Moore

V.R. Dunne Speech Backs Rail Strikers

AFL Pres. Green with Labor Sec. Maurice L. Tobin (photo)

Chicago Socialist Challenges Dem. to War Debate

Newark CIO Protests Violations of Civil Liberties by Police

And They Haven’t Changed

Readers Forum


Vol. XV No. 8, 19 February 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Pay as You Go (cartoon), by Gray

Probe Links Auto Firm to Gangster Terrorism

Bring GIs Home, Say 75% in Poll by Detroit Paper, by Patricia Stall

Truman Breaks Strike, Protects Rail Profiteers, by Art Preis

Dubois, Noted Scholar, Indicted for Talking Peace

Packinghouse Unions Win Pay Rise with Strike Vote

An Editorial

Pennsy Profits-Before-Safety Policy Kills 84 More, by Joseph Keller

An Answer to Yugoslav CP, from La Verité

Fund Campaign Moves Along at Steady Pace, by Reba Aubrey

The Militant Army

Hansen Begins National Tour on World Crisis

[Editorials]

George Washington – American Revolutionist, by Harry Frankel

Martin Soderberg 1866– 1951 (obituary)

Navy “Gestapo” Raids Waterfront, Reader Reports, by A Longshoreman

When Ralph Left, by Theodore Kovalesky

Democrat Ducks War Debate with Chicago SWP Candidate

Seattle SUP Militants Are Vindicated, by A. Saylor

Company Thugs Did It (photo)

A ‘Most Effective’ Weapon, by Fred Hart

Free Africa Party Scores Smashing Election Victory

The Nimitz Commission, by Emmett Moore

Government Blacklist Deprives Maritime Workers of Job Rights, by E. Harris

12 Year Old Girl Backs RR Striker

Short Subjects

Unionism Pays

Monopoly’s Reward


Vol. XV No. 9, 26 February 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Union Ranks Force Wage Board Split

Stalin Exposes Own Lies at UN; Still Seeks Deal, by John G. Wright

Did Three Dead Briggs Officials Know Too Much?

Hansen Starts National Tour on U.S.-World Crisis

Textile Union Strikers Display Fighting Spirit, by George Lavan

Whitewash Killer Cops in Murder of Negro Vet

Labor Always Lost in White-House Alliance, by Joseph Keller

The Hierarchy Invades Our Rights, by Art Preis

Pittsburgh Tops Quota in SWP Fund Campaign

British Labor Regime Nationalizes Steel, by Paul G. Stevens

The Militant Army

Italian Stalinism Torn by Crisis, by Charles Hanley

[Editorials]

Hansen Tour to Answer Key Labor Issues, by Murry Weiss

Lewis Hails WSB Walkout

Facts on Briggs Co. Thugs

Los Angeles SWP Candidate Files Petitions

Campus Youth Group in Chicago Backs Beinin, Anti-War Candidate

Their Plea Spurned (photo)

V.R. Dunne Cites Role of Labor Misleaders

“Errors” of Karl Marx, by Harry Frankel

Myra T. Weiss (photo)

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 10, 5 March 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Jim-Crow Army Courts Victimize Negro GIs

Workers Force Union Heads into Rift with Administration

White-House Aides Linked to RFC Graft

NAACP Rally Blasts Whitewash of Killer Cops in Derrick Case

Corporate Taxes Fell as 1950 Profits Rose

“Indict Briggs Heads!” Repeats Woman Victim of Company Thugs

First Tour Meetings Hear Hansen

Yugoslavia’s Foreign Policy, by John G. Wright

Fund Lags 6% Behind Schedule; 5 Weeks Left, by Reba Aubrey

MacArthur’s “Operation Killer”, by Art Preis

The Militant Army

School Strike in Minneapolis Ends with Some Gains

Europe Jittery on Eve of “Big-Four” Parley, by Charles Hanley

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Per Capita Income

[Editorials]

Issues Behind Senate Hearings on Troops, by Tom Conlan

The “Fix”, by Fred Hart

New York Tenants Face 15% Rent Boost Steal, by Milton Matthews

Ford Motor Co. Gangsters, by George Lavan

Congressmen Aid Detroit Gangster

Disappointed (photo)

SWP Candidate for Legislature Files in N.J.

Oakland SWP Enters City Council Election

Basketball “Fix”, by Joan Farr

Rail Brotherhood Leaders Retreat

Short Subjects

Barker Telegram to NAACP Rally, by Gladys Barker


Vol. XV No. 11, 12 March 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Why Capitalists Like War (collage)

American Labor Must Break with Truman, by Joseph Andrews

Korea War ‘Unpopular,’ New Gallup Poll shows

Reuther Suffers Setback in UAW Local elections

Cotton Kings Force Gov’t Surrender on Price Ceiling

Hansen Hits U.S. War Aims in Buffalo Talk

Millions in Korea Flee U.S. Bombs, by Art Preis

Yugoslavia’s Foreign Policy – II

Branches Speed Fund Payments; 4 Weeks to Go, by Reba Aubrey

Masses Topple Cabinets in Europe, by Charles Hanley

Rail Workers Begin Move to Unite Operating Crafts

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

The Negro People and Korea, by J. Blake

The Fix and Capitalist Morality, by Fred Hart

Big Bankers Steal Ten Billions from the People, by Tom Conlan

New “Monroe Doctrines”, by George Lavan

SWP Anti-War Candidates Campaign in Calif. and N.J.

UAW Promises Action to Briggs Co. Victim

Reuther and the Dues Hike, by Emmett Moore

Workers’ Incomes Hit Hardest by Food Price Rise

Letters from Readers

Short Subjects

Michigan SWP Lists Candidates for Public Office


Vol. XV No. 12, 19 March 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Industry’s Stand Deepens National Labor Crisis

MacArthur Presses for All-Asia War, by Art Preis

Barcelona Revolt Jolts Franco Fascist Regime, by Joseph Keller

“Operation Meat-Grinder” (cartoon), by Gray

Left Wing Scores Gains in UAW Local Elections

Mr. Acheson, You Lied, by Joseph Andrews

El Campesino Exposes Stalin’s Murder Gang, by Tom Conlan

Hansen Debates State Senator in Minnesota

Yugoslavia’s Foreign Policy – III

Fund Drive Holds Pace; Three Weeks Yet to Go, by Reba Aubrey

The Militant Army

Behind the Big Four Conference, by Charles Hanley

London Conclave Shows Growth of Anti-War Forces

[Editorials]

The Paris Commune – Its Political Lessons, by Daniel Roberts

Women’s Role in Society, by Rosa Karsner

Trenton Six Face New Trial in Frameup Case, by Fred Hart

Beinin Campaign Shows Party Has New Roads Open, by Farrell Dobbs

Stockpiling Scientists, by Michael Bartell

SWP Candidates Push Program in N.J., Calif.

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 13, 26 March 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

UAW Convention Faces Issues of Political Crisis, by Joseph Andrews

Unkited Labor Parley Blasts Profiteer-Rule in Washington, by George Lavan

An Editorial

“I Don’t Smell a Thing!” (cartoon), by Gray

Howard Lerner Runs for Michigan Board of Regents

Joseph Hansen Flails Minnesota McCarthyite, by Harold Kent

Barcelona – Foreshadow of Franco’s Doom, by Art Preis

6

No Cries of Welcome for U.S. ‘Liberators’

Yugoslavia’s Foreign Policy – IV

Fund Payments Up to Schedule; Two Weeks to Go, by Reba Aubrey

Washington’s Korea War Plans, by Joseph Keller

Hansen Speaks at Minneapolis Forum

Big Business and the Underworld, by Fred Hart

The Militant Army

GIs Lose Taste for Ice Cream

[Editorials]

Stalinists Knife Labor, Attack Escalator Clause, by Michael Bartell

Hook Rushes Advice to U.S. Imperialists, by Harry Frankel

Kefauver Group Urged to Probe Murder of Tresca

The Women of Mendon, by Rose Karsner

SWP Candidates Ask Civil Rights in Mich. Education

Emergency Grows (cartoon), by Fred Bright

Youngstown CIO Calls for Local Joint Actions

Briggs Local 212 Files Assault Suit Against Company

Wash. State Solons Outlaw Free Thought, by Clara Kaye

Angry Farmers, by R.H. Monroe

Irving Beinin Hits Witch-Hunt in Ill. Schools

The Lookout, by the Skipper

Myra T. Weiss Runs in L.A. for Education Board

L.A. Party Opens New Headquarters

Readers Forum

Former Union Official Linked to Gangster in Detroit Investigation


Vol. XV No. 14, 2 April 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

U.S. Labor Must Cut Loose from Capitalist Parties, by Joseph Andrews

Both Major Parties Riddled by Corruption, Probe Shows, by Art Preis

Hansen Addresses W. Coast Forums in National Tour

The Trenton Six on Trial – A Day in Court, by George Lavan

How It Began – Report from Barcelona, from La Verité

German Revolutionists Launch New Party

MacArthur Presses for All-Out Asia War, by Tom Conlan

Upheaval in Franco’s Spain, by Joseph Keller

Fund Campaign 5% Ahead of Schedule, by Reba Aubrey

The Militant Army

French Public Sector Workers Win concessions in United Strike, by Charles Hanley

Hansen Tour Schedule

[Editorials]

Wall Street Fights German Labor Gains, by Paul G. Stevens

Price Committees – An American Tradition, by Daniel Roberts

Acie Taylor, by Robert Cotton (obituary)

Corporation Thuggery, by Fred Hart

SWP California Candidates Campaign Against War Plans

Flint UAW Elections Show Leftward Trend, by Emmett Moore

War Babies, by Marvel Scholl

The Lookout, by the Skipper

Lerner Addresses Union Meetings in Detroit Election

Josreph Hansen in Seattle, by George Flint

Breitman Denounces New Jersey Rent Gouge of Twenty Percent


Vol. XV No. 15, 9 April 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Auto Workers Hit Truman Raw Deal

Troops for Europe OK’d by Senate; the People Ignored, by John G. Wright

Hansen Exposes Big Business Drive to War

Break the Bonds! (cartoon), by Gray

Bulletin – 18,569 Votes

Trenton Six “Confessed” – In Pain, Sick, Dazed, by George Lavan

Life of a Railway Engineer, by One Who Lived It

SWP Fund Campaign Tops Quota, Hits 104%, by Reba Aubrey

The Militant Army

Labor and War Drive

[Editorials]

New Wave of Strike Struggles in France, by Ernest Germain

How Stalin Destroyed Anti-Fascist Refugees, by Charles Hanley

New Railroad Union Meets in Minneapolis, by Carl Gustafson

Letters from Readers

UAW Convention Notes, by Art Preis

18,569 Votes Cast in L.A. for Myra Tanner Weiss

SWP Backs Broussard in Oakland

Who Is Responsible? by Tom Conlan

From the Washington Conference of Labor

UAW Officer Says Truman Abdicates to Big Business

Largest Locals in Auto Oppose Increase of Dues

Briggs to Cancel Deal with Renda, Says Mazey

The Machine Is Waiting, by H.F.

Eviction of a Veteran, by David Lands


Vol. XV No. 16, 16 April 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Myra Weiss Wins Votes on Anti-War Stand

Truman Fires M’Arthur, Pushes Own War Plans, by John G. Wright

Window Dressing (cartoon), by Gray

Labor Party Sentiment Strong at UAW Parley, by Art Preis

Hansen Calls War in Korea “Crime” at U. of C. Forum

Rhee’s Soldiers Massacre Entire So. Korea Village

Battle of Spanish Underground

Because She Saw No Way Out

Italian Stalinists Prepare a New Betrayal, by Charles Hanley

Letter from China Tells of Life Under Mao Rule, by Tehen, from La Verité

Ceylon Socialist Youth in Huge Demonstration

The Militant Army

A Shy Professor

Allentown Branch Completes Quota in Fund Campaign, by Reba Aubrey

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

New York SWP Announces Plans for May Day Rally

Hansen Tour Schedule

[Editorials]

Trends in UAW Convention, by Art Preis

I’ve Been Working on the Railroad, by a Railroad Fireman

Majority Doesn’t Rule, by Joan Farr

Oath Outlawed, Profs. Rehired in Calif. Fight, by Lois Saunders

Pickets at Franco Consulate Shout Solidarity with Barcelona Strikers

Robbing the Unemployed, by Milton Matthews

Hansen Tells Views in Television Show

Trenton Six Attorneys Demolish “Confessions”, by George Lavan

H. Chatterji (obituary)

The Lookout, by the Skipper

NAACP Refuses Invitation to Civil Defense Parley

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 17, 23 April 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

A May Day Message to American Labor, by the Socialist Workers Party

Stop the War in Korea – Bring the Boys Home Now!

Trenton Six ‘Confessions’ Ripped Apart

SWP Branches Launch Militant Sales Contest

Filomena Goelman Polls Good Vote

Our Best Organizer – The Militant: V.R. Dunne, by Vincent R. Dunne

Trotsky on May Day 1936, by Leon Trotsky

The Voice of Haymarket Speaks to Us Today, by Frank Poole

Bankers Urge U.S. Tax Low Incomes

Who Are the Friends of the Asian People? by James P. Cannon

Hook-Thomas Defense of U.S. Imperialism, by Daniel Bell & 18 others, from Janata

Truman, Macarthur Both for War, by John G. Wright

MacArthur, Truman & Taft (cartoons)

Ceylon Party Seeks Workers-Farmers Govt.

The New Party – a Report from Germany, by M. Blanchard

Iran Oil workers Fight Against Imperialists for Nationalization, by Charles Hanley

[Editorials]

Big Business Rejects Pay-Board Compromise

The Dilemma of American Youth, by Joseph Andrews

Army Big Brass Backs Negro Segregation

A Fearless, Honest Novel of Army Life, reviewed by Joseph Hansen

A May Day Parable, by Theodore Kovalesky

Trotsky’s Widow Recovering After Auto Accident

Buffalo SWP Organizes Fight for Willie McGee

Socialist Workers Party Opposes City Sales Tax

Capitalist Lunacy, by Tom Conlan

Hansen Attacks War Program at LA Meetings

Case of Legless Vet – Victim of Witch-Hunters


Vol. XV No. 18, 30 April 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Franco’s Regime Shaken by Vast Sit-Down Strike, by Joseph Keller

But Lots of Young Ones Do (cartoon), by Gray

People Want Korean War Stopped Now

May Day Rally in N.Y. to Hear Report by Hansen

Bevan Resigns as Arms Program Perils Labor

Union Tops Serve New Board as Window Dressing

Militant Sales and Circulation Campaign Gets Off to Fast Start

Cannon Answers Hook at Student Meeting

Why Millions Have Turned Out for MacArthur, by Art Preis

Notebook of an Agitator

Remember! (photos)

First Results in Militant’s Big League Sub Campaign

MacArthur’s Six-Point Plan for War in Asia, by John G. Wright

[Editorials]

U.S. Capitalism in Blind Alley, Douglas Admits, by Fred Hart

The Crisis of Negro Leadership, by J. Blake

Trotskyists in Bolivia to Run in Next Elections

Labor Party Issue and the Stalinists, by Joseph Keller

The Hunter and the Bear, by Murry Weiss

F. Goelman Gets 6,821 Votes in Oakland Council Election

Buffalo SWP Conducts Civil Rights Campaign

UAW and Stalinists, by E. Drake

Key Witness Upsets Trenton 6 Prosecution, by George Lavan

Hansen Hits War Plans at Overflow Detroit Meeting

Poodles and Farm Laborers, by Tom Conlan

Short Subjects

Ford 600 Leader Breaks with Reuther


Vol. XV No. 19, 7 May 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Taft Joins M’Arthur, Wants War on Peiping, by John G. Wright

Let American People Vote on Issue of War and Peace, by James P. Cannon

More Big Strikes Loom Against Dictator Franco

Supreme Court Issues “Subversives” Rules

Farm Monopolies Install Peonage, Senator Says

Jim Crow in Korea – The Full Report

30 to 1 Against War on China, AFL Poll Shows

Stop Legal Lynching of McGee, SWP Demands of Gov. Wright

MacArthur and Imperialism, by Art Preis

Competition Grows Keen in Militant Campaign

Labor Under Imperialism (photo)

Unauthorised Portrait of the General – Part II, by Frank Poole

Bolivia Miners Appeal for Our Aid

[Editorials]

British Socialists Urge Emergency Party Parley, by Socialist Outlook and Socialist Fellowship

The Negro Struggle

Barth Statement on Subversive List and the SWP

Witch-Hunt in Review

Military Health Standards, by Tom Conlan

SWP in N.Y. Holds Spirited May 1st Rally

U.S. Labor Leaders Crawl Back into All Washington War Agencies

Purge Victim – James Kutcher (photo)

Letter from Korea, by Bill Tyler, from Socialist Outlook

Chicago SWP in New Headquarters Honors May Day

Revenge Witness Seeks to Burn Trenton Six, by George Lavan

Hansen Speaks in Youngstown on World Crisis

Detroit Transport Strikers Hold Firm, Mayor Tries Strikebreaking


Vol. XV No. 20, 14 May 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Gag People on War Issue, M’Arthur and Truman Agree

Shift in Popular Mood Spurs Militant Sales

U.S. Casualties Double Official Figures, Marshall Says – In Private

Remember Willie McGee – Keep On Fighting! by Art Preis

Millions of Korean civilians Slaughtered – Who Is Guilty? by Joseph Keller

Branches Pile Up Points in Circulation Campaign

Spanish Workers Strike Again at Bloody Franco

Unauthorized Portrait of the General – Part III

[Editorial]

Truman and MacArthur Back Dictator Chiang, by Tom Conlan

The Negro Struggle

Why Stalinists Oppose German Labor’s Gains, by Fred Hart

Algerian Workers Fight Police in Paris Parade

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

PAC Policy Backfires, by David Lands

Detroit Transit Strike Grows in Militancy

Defendant Takes Stand, Exposes Frameup in Trial of Trenton Six, by George Lavan

Twin Cities May Day Meeting Hears Dunne, by Harold Kent

Halsey and Stettinius, by James Walcott

Joseph Hansen Speaks at Newark Rally

Letter from Germany, by A.V. Nathan

Harlem Meeting Hears Army Jim-Crow Report

Students Attend Marxist Lectures

All-Campus Civil Rights Body Formed at Roosevelt College

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 21, 21 May 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Campaign Shows Socialist Ideas Attract Workers, by Joseph Hansen

Congress Acts to Boost Tax Load on Poor

Big Brass Plot “Right” War in “Right” Place

Meat Trust (cartoon), by Gray

Iran Nationalizes Oil, Defies British Threats

Trenton Six Defendants Expose What Went On in Police Grillings

The Kind of Foreign Policy That the American People Want

Why the Morale of the GIs Is So Low, by Joseph Keller

Notebook of an Agitator

The Chinese Revolution and the American Imperialists, by Tom Conlan

The Militant Army

U.S. Provoking War, Says Taft

Nazis Revive in Germany, Austria, by Charles Hanley

[Editorials]

Teachers Anti-Communist Affidavit (cartoon), by Gray

The Negro Struggle

Campus Thought Control Already Nation-Wide, by Joseph Hansen

Scottsboro Case – A New Review and Appraisal, by Albert Parker

The Wise Man, by Theodore Kovalesky

Wouldn’t Heil MacArthur, Faces Ouster

Truman’s ‘Fair Deal’ Promises All Betrayed

The Same Old Gang (photo)

Detroit Labor Backs Bus Drivers Despite Mayor’s Strikebreaking

Kutcher Appeal to Test Supreme Court Decision

Marine Cooks Fight Government Control, by H. Manning


Vol. XV No. 22, 28 May 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Anti-War Mood Spurs Campaign for Militant, by Joseph Hansen

Senator Urges ‘Cease Fire,’ Get All Troops Out of Korea

Perfect Students – Witch-Hunt Model (cartoon), by Gray

Truman Backs British in Iran Oil Robbery, by John G. Wright

Witch-Hunt Fear Grips Colleges, Survey Shows

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Trenton 6 Defendants Nail Prosecution Lies, by George Lavan

An Editorial

Notebook of an Agitator

On Way to Death (photo)

Threats Made to Expand War to Chinese Mainland, by Tom Conlan

Vatican’s Intervention in Italian Elections, by Charles Hanley

The Militant Army

Ceylon Socialists’ Aims

[Editorials]

Are the Workers Becoming “Capitalists”? by Joseph Keller

The Negro Struggle

Why GIs Don’t Fall for Slogan of “Democracy” in Korea War, by Art Preis

Role of Stalinists in Scottsboro Case, by Albert Parker

“Dynamic Animal Magnetism”, by Theodore Kovalesky

Mountain Spring Camp Offers New Facilities

CIO-AFL Rally Behind Detroit Transport Strike

Corporations Grab Billions Through Tax Amortizations

The Cop and the Kid, by Marie Hahn

Militant Drive’s Top Scorer Tells How He Does It, by Paul

Spain – The Revolt Grows


Vol. XV No. 23, 4 June 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

N.Y. Killer-Cops Slay Two More in Cold Blood

Corporations Ride the Gravy Train

Congress Plans Big Tax Slice on Take-home Pay

Bradley Spills Truth About U.S. Losses

Nationalization – That’s the Answer to the Meat Trust

Trenton 6 Witnesses Blast Cops’ Testimony, by George Lavan

N.Y. Takes Lead in Sub Campaign, by Joseph Hansen

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

British Maneuver to Keep Iran Enslaved, by John G. Wright

Notebook of an Agitator

Will More Babies Prevent Depressions? by Harry Frankel

What Imperialists Want (photo)

The Militant Army

New Light on the Betrayal of the Scottsboro Boys, by Albert Parker

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Statement by Natalia Trotsky – and Reply by SWP Political Committee

Truman’s “Peace Talks”, by Tom Conlan

Detroit Victim of Jim Crow Gets Life, by David Lands

Need for Labor Party Confronts Michigan State CIO Convention

Only Generals Allowed (photo)

The Vatican and Labor, by Joseph Keller

Civil Rights Flouted at M’Carran Hearings

The Negro Struggle

Philadelphia SWP Runs C. Turner for Council

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 24, 11 June 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Thought-Control, by Joseph Andrews

‘Not Our War,’ Parents Tell Their Soldier Sons in Korea

“Hands Off Iran” Is Public Demand in U.S.

Trenton Six Jury Soon to Hear Last Arguments, by George Lavan

Militant Campaign Hits Home Stretch, by Joseph Hansen

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Killer-Cops – The Terror That Stalks Our Streets

Notebook of an Agitator

Elections in Italy Embarrass Washington, by Charles Hanley

French Party Asks for Workers-Farmers Govt.

The Militant Army

Ken Westwood, by Bill Doran, from Socialist Outlook (obituary)

Local Address of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

The Case That Set Precedent

The Negro Struggle

Book Review

A Rare Article by Leon Trotsky in Latest Issue of the F.I., by Joseph Hansen

“Affinity with Fascism”, by Joseph Keller

San Francisco City Officials Kill FEP Bill, by R. Chester

N.Y. SWP Call for United Action to Avenge Cop-murder of Negro

Pennsy Wreck Probe (photo)

The Price War, by Tom Conlan

True History of the Scottsboro Case, by Albert Parker

Mountain Spring Camp Opens


Vol. XV No. 25, 18 June 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Meat Trust to Halt Beef Supply

Korea War a Year Old – Stop the Slaughter Now!

2 Convicted, 4 Freed in Trenton Frame-Up

Pace Stepped Up in Sub Campaign, by Joseph Hansen

Their Lies About the Korean War, by Art Preis

Notebook of an Agitator

World Effects of Korea War, by Michel Pablo

The Militant Army

From the Diary of a Militant Campaigner, by Winifred Nelson

[Editorials]

Two Justices Voice Dissent on Smith Act

[The Stalinist Peace Program – I]

Fourth International Replies to Natalia Trotsky

Vanishing Diplomats, by Fred Hart

Acheson on Senate Grill (photos)

Ford Local 600 to Commemorate 10th Anniversary

Senators demand Probe of Sinister China Lobby, by Tom Conlan

Inside the USSR, by Joseph Hansen

The Right to Live, by Marj. Rains

Socialist Candidate Files in Philadelphia

Showdown Near in Iran

Correction


Vol. XV No. 26, 25 June 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

‘Pay as You Go’ Makes Labor Pay Costs of Capitalist War

Free the Trenton Two!

Sky – The Limit

N.Y. Builds Lead in Sub Contest, by Joseph Hansen

June 26 Trial Set in Case of ‘Legless Veteran’

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Why do Teen-agers Take to Dope, by Joseph Andrews

Notebook of an Agitator

Unprovoked U.S. Aggression in Korea

Imperialism Dealt Heavy Blow as Iran Takes Over Oil Industry, by John G. Wright

Which Way for the Youth of America? by Joseph Hansen

British Marxists Call on Labor to Support the Iranian People

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

German Labor Still Fighting for Equal Say, by Charles Hanley

The Stalinist Peace Program – II

Rich and Getting Richer (photo)

From Zionism to Marxism – The Life of A. Leon, by Charles Hanley

Truman on Casualties, by Fred Hart

The Meat Trust Holds Out (photo)

The Negro Struggle

New C.P. Indictments Peril All Civil Rights

“Self-Sustaining Paradise”, by Tom Conlan

The Real Background, by Bernard Stanton

Art Preis Stricken, Is Operated On

“I Have Returned from the Dead”


Vol. XV No. 27, 2 July 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Fourth of July Message to Asian Peoples

Bring GIs Home Now – Is Way to Korea Peace, by Joseph Andrews

Probe Killings of H. Fields, John Derrick

Bill of Rights (cartoon), by Gray

Rally Celebrates Tenth Year of Ford Local 600

Firing of Legless Veteran Upheld by U.S. Judge

Sub Campaign Celebration Set, by Joseph Hansen

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

CIO Threatens Boycott of Govt. Agencies, by Murry Weiss

Art Preis Condition Reported Improved

Notebook of an Agitator

Another ‘Liberation’ Boom (photo)

Labor’s Own Civil Rights at Stake in C.P. Case

British, Backed by U.S., Threaten Iranian People, by John G. Wright

The Militant Army

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Clyde Turner Asks Freedom for Trenton 2

The Stalinist Peace Program – III

Los Angeles School in Summer Session

Sam Adam’s Name Buried; Real Leader of Revolution, by Michael Bartell

Revolutionary Traditions of 1776 Continued by Socialists in Fight Against Oppression

The Declaration of Independence after 175 Years of Capitalism, by Daniel Roberts


Vol. XV No. 28, 9 July 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Winners – N.Y., Flint and Akron, by Joseph Hansen

Generals Fear Wide Demand to Bring Troops Home Now

NAACP Convention Hits Jim Crow, Witch-Hunts

Washington Post Hits Judge’s Kutcher Ruling

An Editorial

Perils of Peace

Notebook of an Agitator

Stalinist Peace Fakers Hail Malik ‘Cease Fire’ Proposal, by Murry Weiss

Ford Local 600 Rally (photo)

CIO Hits Controls Law, Hints Repeat Walk-Out

Detroit Transit Workers Forced to Resume Work, by Howard Mason

Britain Keeps Threatening Iran

Art Preis on Way to Full Recovery

[Editorials]

Police in N.Y. Swank Suburb Make ‘Error’

The Stalinist Peace Program – IV

The Balance Sheet of the French Elections

No Care for Dying Baby, by Harry Frankel

Bartell Denounces N.Y. Police Outrages; Says Minority Groups Hit by Cop Brutality

Trenton 6 Trial Facts Open Reporter’s Eyes

ACLU Hits Jailing of CP Heads; Asks Fight on Smith Act

Britain and Iran, by Tom Conlan

The Negro Struggle


Vol. XV No. 29, 16 July 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Pentagon Aims to Keep GI’s in Asia

Congress Pushes Record Tax Bill to Soak the Poor, by John G. Wright

Bevan Manifesto Hits War Ties with Washington

The Big Squeeze (cartoon), by Gray

Two CIO Councils Donate to Kutcher

Trusts Triple Pre-War Assets

Loyalty Purge Wrecks Democracy, Says ACLU

An Editorial

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Real Losers – Korean People, by Fred Hart

Notebook of an Agitator

Vatican Spreads Anti-Socialist Falsehoods, by Murry Weiss

Set for Action (photo)

The Militant Army

Charge ‘Secret Talks’ With Churchill as Left Wing Hits Attlee on Iran Oil

Ceylon Socialists Greet Cannon Letter to Asia

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Hails I.F. Stone’s Stand on Civil Rights, by George Breitman

The Stalinist Peace Program – V

‘Will Be Free’ (photos)

Rebuilding Nazi War Machine, by Joseph Hansen

“Play Ball!” by Jean Simon

Election Shows Labor Party Need; Oakland Socialist Hits AFL Policy

Soldiers’ Peace Hopes Raised (photo)

Organizing Europe, by Tom Conlan

Auto Workers in Detroit Fight Against Speedups

Wall Street’s Washington, by James Walcott

‘Guilty’ of Rape Because He ‘Looked’ at White Girl

Stock Market Has Dull Day

Lively Sale of Books

Short Subjects

[Value of U.S. Oil Investments]

[Lost $13, 250,000 Last Year]


Vol. XV No. 30, 23 July 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Home Run for Big Business (cartoon), by Gray

Truman Stalls Truce Talks, Wants to Keep GIs in Korea

Police, Govt. Share Guilt in Cicero Atrocity, by Albert Parker

Rousing Banquet Greets Winners of Sub Campaign

Ford Local 600 Gives $500 to Kutcher Campaign

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

British ‘Depressed’

Denial of Bail to C.P. Sets Dangerous Precedent

Congress, Big Business Scuttle Controls

Notebook of an Agitator

See Profound Clash of Interests between Peiping and the Kremlin, by George Breitman

Await Armistice talks (photo)

Second International Reconstituted to Aid in Drive Toward New War, by Murry Weiss

Korean People Bitter over Their ‘Liberation’, by Fred Hart

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Cease-Fire Favored by Europeans; Capitalists Fear Mass Pressure, by Charles Hanley

Captain Gets Lesson

[Editorials]

Iran Seethes as Harriman “Negotiates”

The Stalinist Peace Program – VI

Twin Cities Banquet Honors Local Militant Sub-Getters

Ruining the Dollar, by Tom Conlan

Mob Wrecks Apartment Building in Cicero; Police Stand By; Governor Delays Troops

Laying It On Thick (photo)

A Damning Admission, by Thomas Raymond

The Negro Struggle

“Scylla and Charybdis”, by Harry Frankel

Review Board Turns Down Plea in Case of Leon Gilbert

Short Subjects

St. Paul Holds Strawberry Day

[Coffee Piling Up in Brazil]


Vol. XV No. 31, 30 July 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Detroit Dodge Strikers Fight Speedup Drive

Increased War Budget Means New Tax Boost

Truman & Franco (cartoon), by Gray

Akron Preacher Tries to Stir Up Anti-Negro Feeling, by Lou Cooper

American Troops in Korea Want to Come Home

U.S. Woos Franco Spain with Arms, Bases Pact, by Fred Hart

Gladys Barker Endorses Socialist Candidate to Head N.Y. City Council

‘Wetbacks’ Used as Slave Labor, by Murry Weiss

Nation Condemns Government’s Purge of Legless Veteran, from The Nation

Notebook of an Agitator

Kremlin Bureaucrats Worried by East European Labor Unrest, by John F. Petrone

Punishment Urged for Cops Who Framed Trenton Two

A Marxist Analysis of the Jewish Question (book review), by Charles Hanley

Local Address of Socialist Workers Party

Blame Cocktails

[Editorials]

Revolutionary Socialist Policy on ‘Truce’, by Murry Weiss

The Stalinist Peace Program – VII

Bill of Rights Too Radical Now

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

“Murder” Will Out, by Harry Frankel

Fight for City FEPC Laws Is Intensified in Michigan

Con Man and the Priests, by Thomas Raymond

The Negro Struggle

Solidarity House, by David Lands

Layoffs Grow Greater but UAW Does Nothing


Vol. XV No. 32, 6 August 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Truman’s Balanced Economy (cartoon), by Gray

Truman Signs Price Gouge, High Rents, Big Profits Law

Truman Dreads Peace in Korea; ‘Snafu’ Charged

Franco and Friends (photo)

Few Sign Petition for Bill of Rights; Fear Witch Hunt

Cleveland Truckers Win Rank and File Strike, by Jean Simon

More Unions Aid Legless Veteran

Industrial Accidents on the Increase

CP Leaders Arrested Without Indictments

Liberty Being Stifled, Says ACLU

Notebook of an Agitator

Steep Increase in Child Labor; Six-Year-Olds Toil in Fields

Truman in Detroit Lays Off Prices

The Militant Army

[Editorial]

French Govt. Still Hunting for Stability, by Charles Hanley

The Stalinist Peace Program – VIII

Malik in New Peace Bid; Hints at Sell-Out Deal, by Harry Frankel

Kremlin Bureaucrats Institute New Series of Purges in East Europe

“Old China” Gone Forever

Hovels for GIs (photo)

UAW Leaders Crack Down on Fight Against Speedup

FEPC Ordinance Becomes Major Issue in Detroit

D.P.’s in Kansas, by Thomas Raymond

The Negro Struggle

Clyde Turner Challenges Opponents in Phila. Election

Short Subjects

A Vet Looks at “Liberation” – U.S. Style, by George Flint


Vol. XV No. 33, 13 August 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Why Cadets Were Purged at West Point, by Harry Frankel

Pentagon Out to Wreck Cease-Fire Negotiations

White Supremacy Justice in Winton Rape Acquittal, by Robert Oliver

Trenton Two Appeal Plans Move Ahead

Wayne County CIO Debates Detroit FEPC Issues: Delegates Ask Action

Marshall Plan Flop Hidden by Faked Claims, by Thomas Raymond

Reuther Tries to Suppress Speed-up Fight

Pennsylvania CIO Backs Kutcher

Notebook of an Agitator

Signs of China-Kremlin Rift Appear to Grow, by George Breitman

Trotskyism Is Still Alive in Soviet Union

At Kaesong (photo)

Predicts War with Soviet Union

No Schools for 3 Million Kids

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Two Ways to Spend 5 Billion Dollars

[Editorials]

An Imperialist Advocates Plan for Asia, by Murry Weiss

Oakland Real Estate Lobby Speeds Plan to Boost Rents Sky High

Cleveland Teamsters Discontent Mounting, by Jean Simons

The Twentieth Century

The Intrepid General, by Patricia Stall

Recent Developments in Labor Movement Show Militancy and Democracy Still Alive, by Joseph Andrews

Ford Local 600 Rally (photo)

Hats Off, Mr. Spector! by Bert Deck

The Negro Struggle

N.Y. Political Deal Exposed by SWP Candidate Bartell

Washington Dialogue, by Fred Hart

U.S. Farmers Dump Beans in Protest

School Days, by Susan Jeffers


Vol. XV No. 34, 20 August 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Illegal to Pray? Wis. Man Worried

U.S. Truce Team Tries to Dictate Harsh Terms

“That’s the Kind of Peace I Like!” (cartoon), by Gray

New Bill to Let Employers Fire Militants

NAM Sales Tax Would Cost Poor over $5 Billion

What Truman Cooked Up for Our Dinner Tables, by Murry Weiss

3 More CIO Bodies Donate to Help Kutcher Defense

Lieutenant Challenges Truman to Take Issue of Korea Withdrawal to the People

Notebook of an Agitator

New “Revive Europe” Plans Used to Cover Marshall Plan Fizzle, by Thomas Raymond

Food into Garbage (photo)

Stores Anxious to Unload Stocks

Tenants League Holds Outing at Mt. Spring Camp

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

Franco Pact Hit by British Left Socialists

Cadet “Code” Alien to U.S., by Harry Frankel

Senator Admits U.S. Capitalism Can’t Live Without All-Out War

Michigan Farmers in Arms, by George Morris

N.Y. Teachers Win Pay Rises

West Coast Vacation School Sept. 2 to 9

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

After Cicero, by Bert Deck

Socialist Workers Party Candidates Open Their Election Campaigns in Six States

“Professional Killers!” by Doris Jones

The Negro Struggle

Warning from Georgia, by Fred Hart


Vol. XV No. 35, 27 August 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

An Editorial

Call a Halt to the Korea War – Bring the Troops Home Now

Brutal Trenton Policemen Murder Helpless Trenton Negro

Murry Weiss to Speak on Coast-to-Coast Tour

What Truman Could Do If He Really Opposed the Witch-Hunt

Notebook of an Agitator

Europe Bitter over Marshall Plan Failure, by Thomas Raymond

Hounding the Foreign-Born (photo)

Poor Peasants in India Fight Evictions

Letters from Readers

Art Preis Home After Operations

This is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Murry Weiss Tour Schedule

Monopolists Out to Grab Atom Electric Power

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorial]

The Heritage Trotsky Left to Labor Here and Abroad, by John G. Wright

Iron-Heel “Justice” Dispensed by U.S. Armed Forces Courts, by Harry Frankel

Two “Averages”, by Tom Conlan

Rotten Deal, Graft, Eat Up Tax Money

UAW-CIO Leaders Force Anti-Union Settlement upon Hudson Strikers

Hatching a Tax Steal (photo)

Chrysler and Jim-Crow, by David Lands

Third Phila. Meeting Held; Turner Speaks

The Negro Struggle

Five Pyramids, by Fred Hart

Govt. Corrupt on City, State, Federal Levels

Chicago Picnic Pulls Good Crowd

Short Subjects


Vol. XV No. 36, 3 September 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Top Brass Stalls Korea Talks with Aggressive Acts

Aid to Foreign Reactionaries (cartoon), by Gray

Truman Asks Robber Peace in Japan Pact, by Harry Frankel

‘Bring Dad Home,’ Say Mo. Wives

“One Third of a Nation” Still Lives in Poverty

Senate Eases Tax on Rich, but Low Incomes Hit Hard

Myra T. Weiss Starts Tour in Newark, Sept. 7

An Editorial

Union Hails James Kutcher’s Fight for Rights

Notebook of an Agitator

Iran Talks Flop as British Issue Ultimatum

What U.S. Generals Don’t Know, by Doris Jones

Kaesong Negotiators (photo)

Postal Workers Borrow to Live

Letters from Readers

The Militant Army

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Why Europeans Dislike U.S., by Charles Hanley

Why I Am contributing to the Weinstock Case, by Harold Robbins

Trenton Mass Meeting Exposes Murder, Maps Fight on Killer Cops

How Stalin Aided Chiang

Elmer, by Theodore Kovalesky

Socialist Candidates in San Francisco – Harry Press & Frank Barbaria (photos)

Barbaria Enters Mayoralty Race

Howard Lerner Opens Detroit SWP Race

“Old Scabs Never Die”, by Mary Callahan

The Negro Struggle

C. Turner Blasts Police Brutality in Philadelphia

“New Era,” Says Dorothy Schulz in Memorial Talk

Slums Bad as Ever, by Jeff Thorne


Vol. XV No. 37, 10 September 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Equality of Sacrifice (cartoon), by Gray

Socialist Workers Party Will Run Presidential Ticker in 1952, by Joseph Andrews

Myra Weiss Opens Coast-to-Coast Tour in Newark

Militarist Revival Set for Japan in Imperialist Peace, by Harry Frankel

Chevrolet Units to Hold Anti Speed-up Parley

This Is the Kind of Foreign Policy the American People Really Want

Skoglund Deportation to Go to Appeal Board

What GIs in Korean Front Lines Really Talk and Think About Is: Coming Back Home!

Notebook of an Agitator

Italy Faces ‘Over-Population’ Problem, by Charles Hanley

Demonstration in Iran (photo)

Teamsters Czar Tobin Again Calls In Cops

‘Gift’ Loopholes Aid Corporations to Evade Taxes

U.S. Zone Coddles Nazis

Million to Ask Gilbert’s Freedom

Kutcher Thanks Local 600 for Its Aid to Fight Case

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

Steel Coffins for Korea Dead

Letters from Readers

[Editorials]

Subversive List Ruled Out by Judge in Remington Case

Truman Uses Injunction in Copper Strike

Eddie’s Fate, by Theodore Kovalesky

Rifle Shot Ends Life of L. Adamic, Left-Wing Writer

Last War Cost: 40 Million Dead, 4,000 Billion Dollars

A Word on Corruption, by Fred Hart

N.J. Strikers Expose Mich. Gov. Williams

SWP Files Petitions for Bartell in New York

Copper Strike Pickets (photo)

“Defense Bond” Gyp, by Tom Conlan

Families of Four to Pay $1,110 a Year in Taxes

The Negro Struggle

Phila. Candidate Hits Attempts to Destroy Liberties

Price of a Baby’s Life, by Thomas Raymond

The Case of Sergeant Rice


Vol. XV No. 38, 17 September 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Legless Vet Case Is Taken to U.S. Court of Appeals

Japanese Peace Pact (cartoon), by Gray

“Big 3” Plot War Pact with West Germany

Minn. Foundation Sends Donation to Aid Carl Skoglund

Was Adamic’s Death Suicide or Murder? by George Breitman

’52 Presidential Campaign Plan Hailed in N.J.

Myra Tanner Weiss on TV, Radio n New Haven

Banker Hits Top

Escalator Pacts Undermined by Tax Grab

Notebook of an Agitator

Young Fighter Dies (photo)

Envoy Grady Resigns in Rift on Iran Policy

The Militant Army

Letters from Readers

Local Addresses of Socialist Workers Party

[Editorials]

Report from the British Trade Union Congress, by T. Burns

Dunne Pays Last Respects to J. Holmes

Last Meeting of ULPC (photo)

Implicate Detroit Cop in Reuther Shootings

Europe Must Export Millions of Jobless, by Charles Hanley

Look Who’s a Red Now: “Sad Sack,” Says Ind. Senator

Leaders Challenged at Minnesota CIO Parley

Senate at Work, by Tom Conlan

Crime Tie-up to Capitalist Parties Hit by Socialist Election Opener, by Harry Ring

Killer Cop Whitewashed by Chicago Grand Jury, by Bert Deck & Marjorie Rains

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Detroit Slum Area Rally Condemns Housing Policies, by J. Roberts

The Negro Struggle

Ohio Feelings on Korea

Philadelphia SWP Candidate Blasts Profit Gougers

Strikebusting Mayor Booed; AFL Official Begs Pardon


Vol. XV No. 39, 24 September 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

4th Int’l Calls for Socialist Anti-War Struggle, from La Verité

Machinists Union Says Taxes Rob Workers of Wage Gains

Auto Units Call Parley to Fight GM Speedup Drive

SWP Candidate gets 3,516 Votes in Detroit

Myra Tanner Weiss Flays Warmakers at N.Y. Meeting

Tax Swindle Hits Escalator Clauses, by C. Thomas

SWP Only Socialist Party on N.Y. Ballot, by Michael Bartell

Notebook of an Agitator

Dies for “Democracy,” Still Doesn’t Get It (photo)

Food Shortages Due to Capitalism, Not Nature, by Charles Hanley

Adamic’s Death Is a Loss to America, by George Breitman

The Militant Army

Myra Weiss Tour Schedule

[Editorial]

Dean Acheson and the Japan Peace Pact, by M. Stein

Tickled by Treaty (photo)

Redbaited Douglas Flees Senate Floor in Tears, by Albert Parker

M’Carran Blocks Probe of Perjury by Budenz

Something Must Give, by Tom Conlan

New Flood Threat (photo)

Cicero Grand Jury Indicts Victims of Jim Crow Riot, by Marvel Scholl

The Ruth Reynolds Case, a Puerto Rican Outrage

Too Much Freedom, by Fred Arens

The Negro Struggle

Barbaria Speaks to Union; Recalls Debs Tradition

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Myra Tanner Weiss Blasts Korea War in Phila. Speech

Akron Cereal Strikers Firm on Pay Issue, by Lou Cooper


Vol. XV No. 40, 1 October 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Why Attlee Has Called for New Elections, by Paul G. Stevens

United Action Is Urgent Need in Fight on Cicero Frameups

M. Weiss Explains Socialist Program over Ohio Radio

AFL Leadership Shows Its Political Bankruptcy, by Joseph Andrews

SWP Council Candidate in N.Y. Radio Interview, by Harry Ring

Is Redbaiting Losing Its Effectiveness? by George Breitman

Notebook of an Agitator

Witch Hunt Gets Setback in Australia

Friendly Handshake (photo)

Canada CCF Group Asks for ‘Bread Not Bombs’ – Condemns Korea War

French Get American Guns to Suppress Indo-Chinese, by Charles Hanley

The Militant Army

Letters from Readers

Myra Weiss Tour Schedule

Editorials

The Purpose of the Japanese Peace Pact, by M. Stein

Brass Hat in the Ring for 1952

Big Obstacles to Proposed Dixiegop Presidential Ticket

Chicago Students to Hear Weiss Debate on Korea

A Twin Anniversary, by Fred Arens

Jim Kiger, Flint Unionist, Dead

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Chicago SWP Calls for Mass Pressure on Cicero, by Marvel Scholl

Millions in U.S. Live in Poverty Survey Reveals

Breitman Seeks Special Session to Lower Rents

Labor Chiefs Expose ECA, by Fred Hart

Wright Corp. Workers Strike for Wage Hike

Detroit Walkout Wins a Victory

Capacity Audience Hears M. Weiss Speak at Buffalo

“Secret” Stolen Billions, by Tom Conlan

West Coast School Has Another Good Session, by Daniel Roberts

Detroit Killer-Cop Shoots Down Teen-Ager, by Mary Baker


Vol. XV No. 41, 8 October 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Stop Imperialist Warmakers by Fighting for Socialism!
Manifesto of Third World Congress of the Fourth International, from La Verité

Workers Hit by New Boost in Tax Rates, by Harry Frankel

British Labor Left-Wing Gets Top Vote in Parley

5,814 Votes for Trainor in Boston School Elections, by Patrick O’Brien

Federal Grand Jury to Investigate Cicero

An Editorial

Iranian People Victors in Fight to Eject British, by John G. Wright

Wanted in Labor Assault (photo)

Police End “Probe” of Unsolved Adamic Case, by George Breitman

U.S. Dictates Arms Plan to Satellites in Europe, by Thomas Raymond

Auto Workers Hear Myra Weiss at Detroit Meeting

FEPC Opponents Are Silent at Flint Public Hearings, by Mike Burns

Life Magazine Now Fears M’Carthyism Is Now a Liability to Republicans

International Solidarity (cartoon), by Gray

The Negro Struggle

Anti-War Candidates Speak to 18 San Francisco Unions

Westinghouse Plant Shut Tight by Buffalo Strikers

Reuther Ducks Issues of Layoffs, Speedup at Regional Meetings

Deep in the Red, by Tom Conlan

Bartell Backs Fight of Sanitation Workers

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Sheet and Tube Plant Shut over Speed-up


Vol. XV No. 42, 15 October 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Fight Wall St. Coalition Rule: Vote Socialist!

Emergency Group Organized to Defend Civil Rights of All

Democrat, GOP Chairmen Caught Peddling Influence

Harvey Clark, Cicero Riot Victim, Interviewed, by Jean Simon

Egypt Follows Iran: Britain Told to Get Out

Fake ‘Reformers’ Make N.Y. Voters Apathetic

’52 Socialist Gains Seen by Dobbs, by Farrell Dobbs

Grace Carlson on Women and Truth, by Grace Carlson

Progressive Party Still Endorses Boss Politicians, by Albert Parker

Proposes McCarthy Expulsion (photo)

Abner Zwillman, Big Businessman, by George Breitman

Midwest Rallies Hear Talks on Socialism by Myra Weiss

Students Show Strong Dislike of Witch Hunt

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

3 Imperialist Milestones on Road to War, by Michel Pablo

Iranian Demonstration (photo)

Generals Long Planned Truman’s News Blackout, by Tom Conlan

Steel Strikers Win Talks; Youngstown Strikes Grow

The Negro Struggle

Pro-Chiang China Line Hit by SWP Candidate, by E. Harris

Cicero Victim Hits Conspiracy at NAACP Rally

Jobless Problem Ducked at Flint UAW Conference

A Complicated Situation, by John F. Petrone

Briggs Nu-Slate Group Sets Back Reutherites

California CIO Fights Anti-Labor Open Shop Town, by M. Stein

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Michael Bartell to Appear on TV

Wright Strike Solid, Pickets Firm as Corporation Stalls Negotiations


Vol. XV No. 43, 22 October 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Aims of New Civil Liberties Group Told to Militant, by George Lavan

U.S. Ultimatum Blocks Korea Cease-Fire, by Harry Frankel

Egyptian People Demand British Troops Get Out

Security – For Whom? (cartoon), by Gray

No French Soldiers for Korea Battalion

Referendum on Korea Proposed by Bartell, by George Lavan

Left Wing Fights for British Labor Victory

An Editorial

Next Week

Notebook of an Agitator

Abner Zwillman, Political Boss, by George Breitman

SWP Hits Government Persecution of DuBois

Myra Weiss Debates Professor on Korea, by Bert Deck

Mike Bartell’s Schedule

[Editorial]

Asia Is Test of U.S. Strategy of ‘Strength’, by M. Stein

Prospects in Far East Discussed by K. Tilak

FI Features Tan Malaka Article, De Silva Speech

Rising Opposition in Japan Brands Treaty as War Pact, by Thomas Raymond

Myra Weiss Tour Schedule

Democrats Demand Credit, by John F. Petrone

Police Brutality Fought by Clyde Turner in Philadelphia

Growing UAW Opposition Adopts Militant Program, by Everett Kennedy

Truman Intervenes to Force End of Strike at Douglas Aircraft

Battle of the Pipeline, by Patricia Stall

Anti-Witch Hunt Speech Cheered at Ohio CIO Rally

S.F. Candidates Support Fight of Filipino Rebels, by Ed Harris

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Vince Copeland, Lackawanna Unionist to Speak on Problem of Jim Crow

Date Set for Strike Vote at Fleetwood, by J. Roberts


Vol. XV No. 44, 29 October 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Truman Flouts Bill of Rights in Vatican Deal, by Tom Conlan

Congress Votes Everything for Big Business, Goes Home

U.S. Backs Aggression Against Egypt

CIO Woodworkers Say No to Wilson No-Strike Request

Dock Revolt Shakes “King” Ryan’s Throne, by Frank Faber

The War Collier’s DOES Want, by Harry Frankel

Pentagon Pipe-Dream vs. Reality

Notebook of an Agitator

Ford Local 600 Fights Gag Attempt by Reuther, by Everett Kennedy

L.A. Employer Gets Weiss Offer to Debate

How Reuther Fought the Speedup – in 1960 – in Nizhni Novgorod

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

Capitalism Can’t Live Without War Economy, by John G. Wright

Ramon Martinez Tells About Conditions in Latin-American Lands

The Philippines Aflame with Agrarian Revolution, by John Black

Michael Bartell’s Schedule

The Negro Struggle

4 More Frameup Indictments Are Quashed in Cicero

Food Shows Biggest Price Rise (diagram)

SWP Supports Isler, Mulzac in N.Y. Election

S.F. Campaign Moves to a Fighting Climax, by Ed Harris

Richard Wright’s Movie, by Charles Hanley

Independent Negro Candidate Backed by SWP in Akron, by L. Cooper

N.J. Candidate to Speak at Forum

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Articles on Sam Adams Open Hidden Pages of History; Series by Harry Frankel Starts Nov. 12, by George Breitman


Vol. XV No. 45, 5 November 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Churchill Wins, but Labor Gets the Highest Vote, by George Breitman

U.S. Casualties Up in Korea Fighting

New Taxes Rob Labor; Battle Looms on Wages

The Haunting Shadow (cartoon), by Gray

Wm. Hood Interviewed on Policies of New Negro Group

Brief for Legless Vet Filed in Appeals Court

New Cannon Pamphlet Tells Truth on Peace, by John G. Wright

An Editorial

U.S. News Vies with Colliers in Lying About War They Both Want, by Tom Conlan

Notebook of an Agitator

Mounted Cops Patrol Docks (photo)

Original Charges Dropped by Remington Is Re-indicted, by John F. Petrone

Trigger-happy Churchill: A War-Lord’s Record, by Harry Frankel

The Militant Army

Japanese Stalinists Launch Big Purge

Editorials

British in Egypt (photo)

Tito ‘Peace Rally’ Flops, Radicals Reject ‘New Line’, by George Clarke

Filipino Tenant-System Spurs Spread of Agrarian Revolution, by John Black

Fighting Police Brutality, by Michael Bartell

Negro Press Greets SWP Support of ALP Candidates Isler, Mulzac

National Council Set Up to Defend Negro Rights, by Jean Simon

Loophole for the Rich, by Thomas Raymond

Results of Oct. 25 Election in Britain

If I Ran the Schools, by Susan Jeffers

Stellato Raps Moves to Disrupt Opposition

Los Angeles SWP Plans Welcome for Myra Weiss, by Louise Manning

SWP Campaign in High Gear as S.F. Election Nears, by Ed Harris

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss


Vol. XV No. 46, 12 November 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

CIO Convention Pledges Fight on Wage Freeze

Strikebreakers Inc. (cartoon), by Gray

People Oppose War in Korea, Poll Shows

Old Parties Slipping, Halley Victory Shows

Strike Breakers Gang Up on N.Y. Dock Workers, by Frank Faber

Supreme Court Rules Bail in Smith Case Excessive

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 1

UMT Plan Would Regiment Youth, by Thomas Raymond

Notebook of an Agitator

A Report from London on British Election, by T. Burns

Taft Uses Anti-War Talk to Win GOP Nomination, by John F. Petrone

Myra Weiss Speaks at 2 Bay Area Meetings

The Militant Army

Weiss Debates Seattle Professor on Korea, by Clara Kaye

[Editorials]

Thirty-Fourth Anniversary of the Russian Revolution, by George Clarke

Tito Regime Adjusts Its Policies to Suit Aims of U.S. Imperialism, by Michel Pablo

Filipino Huk Movement: Its Origins and Growth, by John Black

Jim Crow in Stork Club, by George Lavan

Longshore Strike Scenes (photos)

Florida Sheriff Kills Negro on Eve of Retrial

Flint GM Stooges Kill Union FEPC Proposal, by Emmett Moore

Docket No. 1-3-2649, by George Breitman

Reuther Policy Demoralizes Workers, Dodge Vote Shows, by Everett Kennedy

Jim Kutcher Case Issues Explained in N.J. CIO News

UAW Board Undermines Borg-Warner Battle, by Bob Kingsley

Crisis in French Morocco, by John G. Wright


Vol. XV No. 47, 19 November 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Coroner’s Jury Clears Murderer of Florida Negro, by Albert Parker

Negro Looked at Girl; Charge: Rape

GI’s in Korea Angered by U.S. Cease-Fire Stall

SWP $18,000 Fund Drive Aims at 1952 Campaign, by M. Stein

Opposition Stays Solid as Dockers Return to Work, by Frank Faber

The Eisenhower Boom and Thrid World War, by George Clarke

Wage Board Blocks 10,000 Pay Cases, by Cy Thomas

Notebook of an Agitator

CIO Cold on Wage Freeze (photo)

Sailor Fights Expulsion from SUP; Hits Scabbing, by Carl Swanson

Ford Local 600 Urges Fight on Auto Layoffs

L.A. City Council Witch Hunters ‘Probe’ Art Show, by Louise Manning

$18,000 Fund Scoreboard

V.R. Dunne Talk on Britain Open Twin Cities Forum, by Winifred Nelson

The Militant Army

Letters from Readers

Akron NAACP Protests Against Jim Crow Charity, by L. Cooper

[Editorials]

Egyptians Urge British Boycott (photo)

Arms Program Plunges Britain, France into Economic Disaster, by John G. Wright

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 2

New Times?

Shocked Mikado Hears Students Sing Internat’l

The SWP’s 1951 Vote, by George Breitman

Harry Press Gets 4% of S.F. Vote

Election Returns from Newark, Philadelphia

‘Dog Tags’ for Kids Arouse Mass Protest in New York, by Ida Brant

Revolution in Near East, by Tom Conlan

Official Labor Politics Bankrupt Detroit Election Results Show

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss


Vol. XV No. 48, 26 November 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

The Truth About Atrocities in Korean War, by Art Preis

Atrocity Hoax Fails to Stop Pressure to End Korea War

Another Sheriff Murders Southern Negro

Steel Union Formulates New Contract Demands, by Jim Ross

Dr. DuBois Acquitted; Rogge Acts as Stoolie

Steelworkers Lead CIO Fight Against Wage Freeze, by Cy Thomas

Notebook of an Agitator

SWP Organization-Press Fund at Quarter Mark, by Reba Aubrey

Titoist Faction Splits German Independent Workers Party, by M. Blanchard

Los Angeles Meeting Greets Myra Weiss at Tour’s End, by Louise Manning

Letters from Readers

[Editorials]

Aneurin Bevan and the British Elections, by Paul G. Stevens

Kremlin Benefits from Yugoslav Foreign Policy, by George Clarke

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 3

‘The Secretary Regrets’, by Grace Carlson

SWP Campaign Made Real Gains in San Francisco, by Ed Harris

Your Dollars Buying Power, from CIO Officers’ Report to Convention (diagram)

End Witch Hunt, Labor, Liberal Groups Demand

Big Steal May Net Billion, by George Lavan

Is Halley Victory Gain for Labor Politics? by Michael Bartell

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss


Vol. XV No. 49, 3 December 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Cost of Living at Record Peak, Will Go Higher, by Cy Thomas

GI Discontent Forced Order to Hold Fire, by George Lavan

No Precedent for “Contempt” Case Against Gus Hall, by Albert Hermann

Steel Negotiations Start; Wage Freeze Big Issue, by Fred Hart

Opposition to Treaty Grows, Tokyo Correspondent Says, by A Special Correspondent

Massachusetts Adopts Police State Measure, by Manny London

‘Liberation Battalion’ Movement Spreads Through Egypt’s Cities, by John G. Wright

Notebook of an Agitator

Why They Want a War Against the Soviet Union, by Art Preis

Five Branches on Schedule in SWP Fund Drive, by Reba Aubrey

CIO Leaders “Reason” with Capitalists to Ban Jim Crow, by Albert Parker

The Militant Army

Letters from Readers

Minneapolis SWP Forum Topic Is “Road to Peace”, by Winifred Nelson

[Editorials]

Capitalism Means War: A Reply to Norman Thomas, by Thomas Raymond

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 4

Aneurin Bevan: The Man and His Record, by Paul G. Stevens

The Negro Struggle

Progressive Party to Back Capitalist Candidates in ’52

Mine Wives Protest Company Holdup (photo)

Seattle Court Action Tests Union Gag Rule, by A. Taylor

“The Desert Fox”, by Charles Hanley

What Was Achieved by SWP in N.Y. Election Campaign, by Michael Bartell

On Tour for Socialism, by Myra Tanner Weiss

Al Lynn (Aug. 28, 1918–Nov. 23, 1951), by Myra Tanner Weiss (obituary)


Vol. XV No. 50, 10 December 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Legless Veteran Asks Renewed Struggle for Bill of Rights, by James Kutcher

Fake ‘FEPC’ Is No Bar to Discrimination

Korean Fighting Slowed by Popular Opposition

One-Fifth of the Nation Gets Only 3% of Income, by Harry Frankel

U.S. Paves Way for Terror Campaign in Korea

Who Makes Decisions for the American People? by George Clarke

Titoism and War: A Reply to Yugoslav CP, by Michel Pablo

Notebook of an Agitator

Japan Labor Movement Militantly Opposes Witch Hunt Legislation, by A Special Correspondent

Fund Collections Pick Up; Total Reaches 38 Percent, by Reba Aubrey

Road to Peace Drive Opens; To End Feb. 15

The Militant Army

Letters to the Editor

Negro Income, from resolution of the National Negro Labor Council

[Editorial]

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 5

One Way Only: Bevan’s Plan for British Labor, by Paul G. Stevens

10 Years of Smith Act, by George Lavan

Buffalo IUE-CIO Strike Solid After 10 Weeks

Will Fires Go Out? (photo)

Court Blasts Dictatorship in Sailors Union, by A. Taylor

The “Two-Job” Trend, by Thomas Raymond

Al Lynn Memorial Meeting Held by Los Angeles SWP, by Lois Saunders

Purge in Czechoslovakia, from Quatrième Internationale

Students Hit U.C. Ban on Shachtman


Vol. XV No. 51, 17 December 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

Stool Pigeon Role for Air Wardens Is OCD Scheme, by George Lavan

OPS Pulling Food Cost Up Survey Shows

U.S. Industrialist Debunks Tale That Soviet Seeks War

‘Kutcher Merits Support of All’ – New Jersey CIO

The “Great Debate” Is Starting Up Again, by George Clarke

U.S. Korea Casualties at 102,576

Korea: U.S. Imperialism in a Sea of Troubles, by Harry Frankel

Daniel Tobin in the Lion’s Den, by Cy Thomas

Notebook of an Agitator

Top Trumanites Implicated – Clark & McGrath (photos)

Fund Drive Lag Must Be Made Up in Next Month, by Reba Aubrey

The New Stalinist Policy for Japan – An Appraisal, by A Special Correspondent

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

Aneurin Bevan’s Program and Britain’s Future, by Paul G. Stevens

Correction

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 6

How Treason Frame-up Failed 100 Years Ago, by Fred Arens

The Negro Struggle

Branch of Negro Labor Council Is Formed in Flint, by Bill Yancey

Saved from Life Term (photo)

UAW Walkout Shuts Big Ford Plant in Canada

L.A. Housing Scuttled by Real Estate Lobby

No Santa Claus for Jobless, by Patricia Stall

Twin Cities Forum Hears Defense of Colonial Revolts, by Winifred Nelson

Florida Judge Bars NAACP Lawyers in Groveland Case

No ‘Atrocity’ Proof – Negro Reporter


Vol. XV No. 52, 24 December 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

ADA Calls for Repeal of Smith ‘Gag’ Law, by John G. Wright

“No Contract, No Work,” Steel Workers Declare

James Kutcher Denounces Dismissal of John Service, by James Kutcher

Big Brass Want Troops to Remain in Korea

Prof. Struik Victim of Mass. Witch-Hunt

CIO Political Policy and the Steel Strike, by Cy Thomas

Notebookof an Agitator

Open Shop NAM Prexy (photo)

SWP Fund at 50% Mark; Only One Month to Go, by Reba Aubrey

Trade Journal Exposes Radio-TV Witch Hunters, by George Lavan

Letters from Readers

The Militant Army

[Editorials]

Profits Are ‘Ethical’ (photo)

Opposition in Progressive Party Hits Stalinist “Coalition” Policy, by R. Bell

Reuther Cancels His Dream-Trip in 1960 to Nizhni-Novgorod, by Art Preis

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 7

The Negro Struggle

Michigan Unemployment Spreads; Auto Union Grapples with Problem, by Everett Kennedy

Ex-Att’y Gen. Biddle and the Smith ‘Gag’ Act

A Hero of Our Times, by Jerry Warren

Gag on Teachers Drawn Tighter by N.Y. School Board

Hall Faces New Sentence in Unprecedented Decision

New Clues May Shed Light on Murder of Carlo Tresca

Notes from the News

Road to Peace Sales Reported by SWP Branches


Vol. XV No. 53, 31 December 1951, New York, NY
The Militant
Published in the Interests of the Working People

EDITOR:
George Breitman
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Joseph Hansen

119 Miners Murdered for Profits, by Art Preis

Steel Strike Off; Murray Bows to Truman Threat, by Cy Thomas

An Editorial

409 More U.S. Korea Casualties

Negro Leader Killed for Fighting Florida Frameup

Conrad Lynn to Tour U.S. on Reynolds Case, by George Lavan

Two Great Lessons of 1951

Notebook of an Agitator

Anti-Negro Violence Increased in 1951, by Albert Parker

Fund Has a Good Week, Total is Raised to 60%, by Reba Aubrey

Reader Comments on Adams Series, from R.K.

[Editorials]

National UAW Problems Pose Unity Need on Program in Flint, by Emmett Moore

Special Issue of FI Analyzes Final Crisis of World Capitalism, by George Clarke

Political ‘Independence’ Fakers, by Ralph Bell

Sam Adams and the American Revolution – 8

The Negro Struggle

U. of Minnesota Students Protest Firing of Prof

Reuther, Mazey Break Strike at Ford of Canada

Where Will It All End? by Patricia Stall

Buffalo IUE Local Wins Victory at Westinghouse

The First U.S. Witch Hunt, by John F. Petrone



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