ETOL Writers: Dwight Macdonald

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Dwight Macdonald

Dwight Macdonald

(1906–1982)


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WORKS:

April 1938: Once More – Kronstadt

July 1938: They, the People

August 1938: They, the People

September 1938: Save Capitalism First

September 1938: They, the People

December 1938: Reading from Left to Right (column)

December 1938: Letter to the Editor

January 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

January 1939: Letter to the Editor

February 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

14 February 1939: Off the Record (column)

21 February 1939: Off the Record (column)

28 February 1939: Off the Record (column)

March 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

7 March 1939: Off the Record (column)

14 March 1939: Off the Record (column)

21 March 1939: Off the Record (column)

28 March 1939: Off the Record (column)

April 1939: Reading from Left to Right – The Monopoly Committee – First Year (column)

April 1939: School for Dictators (book review)

4 April 1939: Off the Record (column)

11 April 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

18 April 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

25 April 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

May 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

2 May 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

9 May 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

16 May 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

23 May 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

30 May 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

June 1939: Reading from Left to Right – Popular Education in Crisis (column)

6 June 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

13 June 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

20 June 1939: Sparks in the News (column)

23 June 1939: Protests Headline on League for Cultural Freedom (letter)

27 June 1939: Sparks in the News: Kremlin Kultur (column)

July 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

August 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

August 1939: Twenty-five Million of Us

October 1939: Kronstadt Again

November 1939: Reading from Left to Right (column)

April 1940: The USA at War

May 1940: White Paper Reveals British Role in Lifting Arms Embargo

June 1940: Liberalism Marches – Where?

June 1940: Reading from Left to Right (column)

June 1940: Will the Book Burning Start?

July 1940: “Government of Big Business, by Big Business, for Big Business”

July 1940: Tweedledum Mr. Willkie vs. Tweedledee Roosevelt

July 1940: Who Is Mr. Torkild Rieber?

July 1940: Why Is Hitler Winning?

August 1940: One Lesson of the World War

September 1940: How the Spectre of Trotsky’s Ideas Haunted the Press

October 1940: Field Notes on Bronx Campaign

October 1940: The Willkevelt Campaign

November 1940: Campaign Notes

December 1940: England at War – 1. The Record of the British Labor Party

December 1940: England at War – 2. Bombs and Politics in Great Britain

January 1941: England at War – 3. The War Economy of Great Britain

January 1941: F.D.R. Message: “All-Out-For-War”

January 1941: Roosevelt Asks Sweeping Powers

February 1941: England at War – 4. Is Wartime England Totalitarian?

February 1941: England at War – 5. Bevin’s Problem Is How to Starve the Masses and Make Them Like It

February 1941: What Is the Fascist State?

February 1941: Who Are the Men Behind the War Preparation Program?

April 1941: The American War Economy

April 1941: Who Owns America?

May 1941: Fascism – A New Social Order

May 1941: Labor Action Bookshelf – 1

May 1941: Labor Action Bookshelf – 2

May 1941: Labor Action Bookshelf – 3

May 1941: Labor Action Bookshelf – 4

June 1941: Who’s Behind Lindbergh? The America First Committee – Reading from Left to Right

March 1942: The Partisan Review Controversy (letter)

July 1942: Much More of This’d Bust Our Buttons! (letter)


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