MIA: Comintern Archive: CP Great Britain: The Labour Monthly (1921-29)


The Labour Monthly

 


Editor: R. PALME DUTT
Contents By Issue
1921-29


 
Vol. 1  July 1921  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 9 “Black Friday” and After, G.D.H. Cole
Page 18 The Meaning of the Agricultural Tax, N. Lenin
Page 35 France and the Future, Henri Barbusse
Page 46 A Secret Report on International Counter-Strike Organisation
Page 51 Economic Imperialism and the “Sacred Trust”, Leonard Woolf
Page 62 The Conflict in French Trade Unionism
Page 73 The New Unionism in America, J. Potofsky
Page 83 Cartoons of the Month
Page 87 SHORTER NOTICES.—The Fourth All-Russian Trades Union Congress—Norwegian Memorandum on the Control of Industry—German Trade Union Statistics—Trade Union Repression in Hungary and Jugo-Slavia
BOOK REVIEWS:
The German Revolution, M. Philips Price
Back to Plotinus, R. Palme Dutt

 

 
Vol. 1  August 1921  No. 2
Cartoon, Henri Jean Louis
Page 97 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 102 “Black Friday” and After a Reply, Robert Williams
Page 112 The World Economic Situation, L. Trotsky and E. Varga
Page 137 Europe’s Coolie Plantation, M. Philips Price
Page 149 The Conflict in German Trade Unionism
Page 157 An Incident of Canal Construction, J. F. Horrabin
Page 161 The Lille Congress
Page 168 The Labour Struggle in Japan pt. I , T. Nosaka
Page 175 Wisdom of the Poor Fish (Illustrated), Art Young
Page 179 Shorter Notices
Page 183 BOOK REVIEWS
The Story of the Communist Manifesto, Max Beer
France and the Peace, W.N. Ewer
A Guide to the International, E.B.

 

 
Vol. 1  September 1921  No. 3
Page 191 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 199 The Washington Conference, H.N. Brailsford
Page 211 Cartoon
Page 213 Help Russia, Ellen C. Wilkinson
Page 219 Cartoon
Page 220 Facts About the Famine, L. Petrovsky
Page 233 Cartoon
Page 234 The Decay of South-Eastern Europe, S. K.
Page 245 Cartoon
Page 247 Economic Phases of America’s Colour Problem, Herbert J. Seligmann
Page 255 The Labour Struggle in Japan pt. II, T. Nosaka
Page 270 The White Terror in Jugo-Slavia
Page 276 SHORTER NOTICES.—The Fascisti-Socialist Treaty in Italy—International Metal Workers, Anti-War Resolution.—Co-operation in Russia, 1919-1921.—Civil Servants and Workers in Germany.
Page 281 BOOK REVIEWS:
France in Revolt, George Slocombe
The Literary Remains of Lassaile, Max Beer
The Old Wilsonians, R. Palme Dutt

 

 
Vol. 1  October 1921  No. 4
Page 289 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 297 The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, Bernard Shaw
Page 317 The Famine in Russia and the Capitalist World, Karl Radek
Page 330 A Parliament of Labour, R. Page Arnot
The German Socialist Outlook:
Page 344   1. The Majority Socialist Policy, Eduard Bernstein
Page 349   2. A Letter to the Communist Party, N. Lenin
Page 360 England and Rural India, “I.C.S.”
Page 371 Cartoons of the Month
Page 375 SHORTER NOTICES.—The New Economic Policy in Russia—Canadian Labour and the U.S.A.—The K.A.P.D. and the Fourth International.
Page 379 BOOK REVIEWS:
The True Liberalism, E.B.
A Russian Philippic, R. Page Arnot
Pyscho-analysing the Bolshevik, R. Palme Dutt

 

 
Vol. 1  November 1921  No. 5
Page 387 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 397 A Critique of Guild Socialism, William Mellor
Page 405 American Imperialism, Scott Nearing
Page 417 The Revival of Anti-Marxism, Max Beer
Page 428 The New Economic Policy in Russia, J. Larin
Page 435 The Farmers’ Movement in America, G.J. Pyle
Page 440 India in the Labour World, Shapurji Saklatvala
Page 452 The Italian Socialist Congress at Milan
Page 453 Cartoons
Page 465 SHORTER NOTICES.—The British Labour Party and the Vienna International—Trade with Russia—The French Trade Union Crisis—French Socialist Congress—Labour Gains in Sweden and Norway.
Page 473 BOOK REVIEWS:
The World in Revolution, G.S.
New Words for Old, W.H.
The Dynamics of Insecurity, Maurice H. Dobb

 

 
Vol. 1  December 1921  No. 6
Page 481 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 491 Realities of Washington, W.N. Ewer Mellor
Page 505 The New Economic Policy and the Tasks of Political Enlightenment, N. Lenin
Page 520 A Guildsman’s Reply, Malcolm Sparkes
Page 527 The Philosophy of Indemnities, M. Philips Price
Page 535 Poland, Jack Mills, M.P.
Page 540 The Ferment in American Unionism, George Soule
Page 548 SHORTER NOTICES.—German Labour and the Federation of German Industries—International Trade Union Conference on War—Geneva International Labour Conference—Belgian Elections—Italian Trade Unionism.
Page 555 BOOK REVIEWS:
Forty Years of Europe, R. Page Arnot
Collapse or Communism?, E.B.
Russia Rambles, W.T.


 
Vol. 2  January 1922  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
Page 15 Our Trade Policy, Leonid Krassin
Page 29 The Road to Power, J. T. Murphy
Page 39 Credits for Russia, Dorothy F. Buxton
Page 53 Working Class Education:
  1.  Britain, Mark Starr
Page 57   2.  Workers Education in the United States, Ernestine Evans
Page 64 Mexican Workers Under Obregon, George N. Falconer
Page 75 Cartoons
World of Labour—International—France—Germany—India—Rumania
Page 94 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Posthumous Work of Rosa Luxemburg, M. Philips Price
“Black” England, J. F. Horrabin

 

 
Vol. 2  February 1922  No. 2
Page 103 Notes of the Month, R. Palme Dutt
International Unity
  I.  Moscow’s Declaration
  II.  Vienna’ Declaration
Vienna on Moscow, R. C. Wallhead
Page 133 Germany After Cannes, M. Philips Price
Page 146 The Crisis in Indian Nationalism, Evelyn Roy
Page 158 A Controvery, Gerald Gould
Page 166 Force: The Midwife of Revolution, William Paul
Page 172-175 Cartoons of the Month
Page 176 World of Labour—International—Czecho-Slovakia—France—Germany—Hungary—India—Japan—Russia—South Africa
Page 188 BOOK REVIEWS:
Is Capitalism Recovering?, M. Philips Price
A German Dictator, J.T. Walton Newbold
The Epic of Oil, G.H.M.
Anatole France and Others, G.S.

 

 
Vol. 2  March 1922  No. 3
Page 203 Notes of the Month:
Can Capital Govern?—The Trade Depression Myth—Much Capital, Little Production—Anarchy of Investment—Anarchy of Production—Raising the Tariff Walls—International Anarchy—The Mind of the Anarchist—Labour as the Scapegoat—The United Front Against Anarchy, R. Palme Dutt
Page 213 A Word to the Engineers, G.D.H. Cole
Page 223 The Genoa Conference, G. Tchitcherin
Page 232 Britain and India, Benjamin G. Horniman
Page 238 Trades Councils: A Plea, Tom Quelch
Page 251 Present-Day Japan, Sen Katayama
Page 256 Mr. Austen Chamberlain on the Origin of the War
Page 259-262 Cartoons of the Month
Page 263 World of Labour—International—Denmark—Egypt—France—Germany—Italy—Switzerland—The United States
Page 276 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Pathology of Imperialism, Maurice H. Dobb
The Diagnosis of Imperialism, J.T. Walton Newbold
How American Capital Works, W.H. Hutchinson

 

 
Vol. 2  April-May 1922  No. 4
Page 289 Notes of the Month:
A Reduction in Price—The Anniversary of Black Friday—What was Black Friday?—The Lock-out—The Rôle of the General Council—Need of an Objective—The Reaction to Politics—The Ultimate Issue—The Lesson of the Rand—And of India, R. Palme Dutt
Page 297 The Engineering Lock-Out, W.H. Hutchinson
Page 311 Britain, India and Swaraj, M.K. Gandhi
Page 322 The Real Power Behind the German Government, M. Philips Price
Page 332 American Imperialism in Haiti, Lewis S. Gannett
Page 341 Socialists and the Next War, A.B. Elsbury
Page 349 Russian Trade Unions Under the New Economic Policy
World of Labour—Third International Decisions on the United Front—Italian Communist Congress—Rand Strike Sequel
Page 366 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Testament of Engels, M.B.
The French “Black Book”, G.S.

 

 
Vol. 2  June 1922  No. 5
Page 377 Notes of the Month:
A Welcome—Our Policy—Who Failed at Genoa—And Who Won at Genoa—The End of the Peace—How Not to Make Labour Foreign Policy—The Scandal of Berlin—Reaction at Rome, R. Palme Dutt
Page 383 Poplar and the Labour Party, George Lansbury
Page 392 Realities of Genoa, W.N. Ewer
Page 399 An Inquiry into Dictatorship, pt. I, Max Beer
Page 405 The Rise and Fall of Austrian Labour, E.M. Higgins
Page 413 Capital Concentration in Germany, II, M. Philips Price
Page 422 World of Labour—The Trade Union International at Rome—The Socialist Internationals at Berlin and After—Russian Communist Congress—United States Miners’ Struggle
Page 429 BOOK REVIEWS:
The British School of Marxism, R. Palme Dutt
An American on British Workers, J.M.
Souls in Steep Places, R. Page Arnot

 

 
Vol. 3  July 1922  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
The Labour Party and the Workers—Inner Conflicts—What is the Labour Party?—Chaining the Tide—The Workers and the Labour Party—Splits of the Future—And Coalitions of the Future, R. Palme Dutt
Page 9 Communism and the Labour Party, R. Page Arnot
Page 19 After the Retreat, What?, J. T. Murphy
Page 26 The Transport Workers’ Next Step, Robert Williams
Page 32 The Debacle of Gandhism, Evelyn Roy
Page 43 An Inquiry into Dictatorship, pt. II, Max Beer
Page 53 World of Labour—How the United Front Broke Down—Declaration of the Second International—Declaration of the Vienna International—Declaration of the Third International
Page 58 BOOK REVIEWS:
Beside the Battle, E.B.
Georgia—and Some Others, C. M. Roebuck
Light on the Lock Out, H.P.

 

 
Vol. 3  August 1922  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
An Industrial Truce—The Supreme Issue—The Silence of Edinburgh—Cant on a Political Truce—Candour on a Political Truce—Labour in the State—The New Social Order, R. Palme Dutt
Page 73 A Drama of the French Working Class, L. Trotsky
Page 85 Labour Spies Inc. (Made in the U.S.A.), Herbert Blankenhorn
Page 103 The Co-operative Commissarait of Labour, John Jagger
Page 110 An Inquiry into Dictatorship, pt. III, Max Beer
Page 121 World of Labour—French Left Wing Unions—German Trade Union Congress
Page 124 BOOK REVIEWS:
Socialisation in Germany, Max Beer
The Old Bovine Spirit, M.I.C.

 

 
Vol. 3  September 1922  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
The Voice of Treason—The Break Up of the old Labour Movements—The Testing Time—The Collapse of the Centre—Predictions Fulfilled—The Expulsion of the Left—Coalition of the Right with Capitalism—The Attack on the Workers, R. Palme Dutt
Page 137 Address to the Communist League (1850), Karl Marx
Page 147 The Future of the General Council, Harry Pollitt
Page 156 The Left Wing in the American Labour Movement, William Z. Foster
Page 163 Greek Imperialism and Sir Basil Zaharoff, J.T. Walton Newbold
Page 171 When Labour Ruled—in Austria, An Ex-Ruler
Page 181 World of Labour—International—Czecho-Slovakia—Italy—United States
Page 187 BOOK REVIEWS:
India Past and Future, Clemens Dutt
A Second Writing on the Wall, R. Page Arnot

 

 
Vol. 3  October 1922  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month: (The General Council)
Exit the General Council—A Confession of Impotence—The Elder Statesmen—The Technical Obstacles—And the Solution—Stage Play—Coal Realities—The Two General Councils—Local Solidarity—Unity not by Machinery—Unity by the Common Issue—The Rôle of a Party, R. Palme Dutt
Page 205 From Syndicalism to Communism, Tom Mann
Page 212 The Outlook for the Unemployed, E.B.
Page 219 The Empire and the Revolution, Manabendra Nath Roy
Page 226 American Capital and British Labour, W.T. Colyer
Page 234 Infantile Diseases of French Trade Unionism, A. Losovsky
Page 243 World of Labour—International Socialist Fusion—The Fight on the Miners’ International—Other Trade Union Internationals—German Socialist Fusion—German Trade Unions and the Economic Chaos—Russian Trade Unions’ Legal Position
Page 254 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Conjuring Feat, Clemens Dutt
Surplus Books, R. Page Arnot

 

 
Vol. 3  November 1922  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
The “Crisis”—The Realities—Unemployment and War—A Key to Policy—The Challenge of Unemployment—The Great Refusal—The Penalties of Refusal—Unemployment at the Election—The Issue of the Election, R. Palme Dutt
Page 267 Getting Ready for the Next War, W.N. Ewer
Page 272 The Unemployed and the Labour Party, Albert H. Hawkins
Page 281 The Future of the Russian Communist Party, G. Zinoviev
Page 289 Anglo-American Rivalry in the Argentine, Hugo Rathbone
Page 299 The Moral of the Italian Socialist Debacle, “Osservatore”
Page 308 World of Labour—International—Czecho-Slovakia—Germany—Russia—Sweden
Page 314 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Word to Max Beer, G.D.H. Cole
An English Luddite Drama, M. Philips Price
The Canonisation of Hardie, E.C.W.

 

 
Vol. 3  December 1922  No. 6
Page 232 Notes of the Month:
Who Won the Election?—The Lost Opportunity—Evading the Class Issue—The Price of Evasion—Impersonating the Liberal Party—The Lesson of the Local Elections—The Lesson of the General Election—What Saved the Labour Party— The Path to Fascism, R. Palme Dutt
Page 329 The Future of the Labour Party in British Politics, R. Page Arnot
Page 342 The Overthrow of Lloyd George, Karl Radek
Page 351 The Historical Background of the New Socialist Unity in Germany, Georg Ledebour
Page 359 The Fascisti: Pioneers of Disruption, W.T. Colyer
Page 365 The Theatre and Class War in Soviet Russia, Huntly Carter
Page 373 World of Labour—France—Germany—Norway
Page 378 BOOK REVIEWS:
Marx and Hodgskin, Max Beer
A Working Class History?, Clemens Dutt


 
Vol. 4  January 1923  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
The New Labour Party—The First Stage of Socialist Struggle—The Test of Socialism—Second-hand Policy—The Chance for Leadership—Can it be Taken?—A Year’s Review of Capitalism—No Stabilisation—The Consequent Issue, R. Palme Dutt
Page 11 The World Economic Situation, Hugo Rathbone
Page 24 Unemployment in a Workers’ State, E.B.
Page 31 Bavaria and the German Fascisti, M. Philips Price
Page 42 Bourgeois Political Parties in China, W.W.
Page 53 World of Labour—International Congresses—Germany
Page 60 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Last Reserves of Mankind, R. Page Arnot
Peace by Order, E.H.M.

 

 
Vol. 4  February 1923  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION: The End of Reconstruction—A British Policy Pricked—America’s Hand—The Hand Shown—British Isolation—Britain’s Next Policy—French Bankruptcy or War—Workers Unprepared—The Indecency of the Hague—Mock Campaigns—The Way Clear, R. Palme Dutt
Page 75 A Programme of Marxism, N. Bukharin
Page 93 The History of Fascism, pt. I, A. Bordiga
Page 100 The I.W.W. and the Communists, Earl Browder
Page 105 Russia in 1923, A. Rothstein
Page 108 Pacifism—Old and New, E. Varga
Page 119 World of Labour—International—France—Italy—United States
Page 124 BOOK REVIEWS:
More British Marxism, R. Palme Dutt
Peace by Order, E.H.M.

 

 
Vol. 4  March 1923  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION: Collapse—A Few Weeks Back—A Petition in Bankruptcy—The Shams Go Down Together—Lausanne the Enid of Liberal Pacifism—The British-French Conflict—Miniature Boom and Coming Slump—War Prospects, R. Palme Dutt
Page 137 The Coal War in Europe, M. Philips Price
Page 147 The Labour Movement and the Unemployed, R. Page Arnot
Page 161 Ireland and the International Working Class, J. T. Murphy
Page 172 The History of Fascism, pt. II, A. Bordiga
Page 184 World of Labour—International—Czecho-Slovakia—France—Germany
Page 189 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Law and the Profits, W.H.T.
What is Crime?, William Paul
Black Labour vs. White, S.P.B.

 

 
Vol. 4  April 1923  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION: Marx and the Modern World—Marxism and World History—From Social Unconsciousness to Consciousness—Revolution and the Working Class—The Period of Incomprehension—The Lifting of the Fog—The Tribute of the Hour, R. Palme Dutt
Page 201 The Daily Herald: a Workers’ Daily?, C.M. Roebuck
Page 219 The Funeral Ceremony at Gaya, Evelyn Roy
Page 229 Whitleyismin the Civil Service, B.D. Goundry
Page 235 The Pacific in World Politics, W.P. Earsman
Page 244 Revolutionary Unionism in the Engineering Trades, J.D. Lawrence
Page 249 World of Labour—Austria—Bulgaria—Czecho-Slovakia—Italy—Jugo-Slavia—Sweden
Page 253 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Fabian Discovery of Capitalism, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)

 

 
Vol. 4  May 1923  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
MEDIATION IN INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)
Page 265 The Materialist Conception of History and Karl Marx, N. Lenin
Page 269 The German Arbeitsgemeinschaften, Paul Hoyer
Page 276 Proletarian Poetry, A. Bogdanov
Page 286 Egyptian Nationalism and the Class Struggle, G. Allen Hutt
Page 300 The Frankfort Conference
Page 312 World of Labour—Canada—France—Germany—Jugo-Slavia—Norway
Page 318 BOOK REVIEWS:
Dual Unionism and its Results

 

 
Vol. 4  June 1923  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
THE LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)
Page 329 The Labour Party’s Approach to Power, R. Page Arnot
Page 340 The Rupture of the Trade Agreement, C.J. Huntly
Page 346 The Dominion of Canada, Hugo Rathbone
Page 357 Proletarian Poetry, pt. II, A. Bogdanov
Page 363 The Metamorphosis of Mr. C. Das, Evelyn Roy
Page 377 World of Labour—Bulgaria—France—Germany—Italy—Russia
Page 381 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Journalist Tells the Truth

 

 
Vol. 5  July 1923  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
LABOUR CONFERENCES AND INTERNATIONAL WORKING-CLASS UNITY, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)
Page 9 A New Phase in the Ruhr Struggle, M. Philips Price
Page 19 Theses on Industry, L. Trotsky
Page 30 Literary Remains of Karl Marx, Max Beer
Page 37 The Dominion of Canada, pt. II, Hugo Rathbone
Page 53 World of Labour—France—Sweden—Japan
Page 57 BOOK REVIEWS:
Workers’ Republic or Socialist Experiment
Another Hireling

 

 
Vol. 5  August 1923  No. 2
Page 63 Notes of the Month:
TOWARDS COALITION, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)
Page 69 Fascism, Clara Zetkin
Page 79 The Hamburg Congress and the New Labour International, M. Philips Price
Page 87 The Situation in the Mining Industry, Ness Edwards
Page 95 Theses on Industry, pt. II, L. Trotsky
Page 105 Further Selections from the Literary Remains of Karl Marx, Max Beer
Page 114 World of Labour—Dutch East Indies—Finland—International
Page 123 BOOK REVIEWS:
An Outpost of Revolution

 

 
Vol. 5  September 1923  No. 3
Page 127 Notes of the Month:
THE GERMAN SITUATION
Page 137 Co-operation and the New Economic Policy, N. Lenin
Page 144 The Issues Before the Trades Union Congress, Harry Politt
Page 152 Leo Schlageter—The Wanderer into the Void, Karl Radek
Page 158 Mahatma Gandhi Revolutionary or Counter-Revolutionary?, Evelyn Roy
Page 168 The Trades Union Congress and Workers’ Education, Mark Starr
Page 174 Further Selections from the Literary Remains of Karl Marx, Max Beer
Page 180 World of Labour—Georgia—United States of America
Page 186 BOOK REVIEWS:
Rosa Luxemburg’s Letters to the Kautsky Family, M.B.

 

 
Vol. 5  October 1923  No. 4
Page 191 Notes of the Month:
GERMANY AND OURSELVES
Page 196 The Imperial Conference, R. Page Arnot
Page 206 The British Empire, R. Palme Dutt
Page 216 The “Last Reserve” of the Bourgeoisie at Work, August Thalheimer
Page 220 Immigration and Australian Labour, E.R. Voigt
Page 224 What Next in the Mining Industry?, D.J. Williams
Page 229 Further Selections from the Literary Remains of Karl Marx, Max Beer
World of Labour—International—United States of America—Hungary
BOOK REVIEWS:
Labour Over the Threshold, E.H.M.
How the Worker Lives—in India, Clemens Dutt

 

 
Vol. 5  November 1923  No. 5
Page 253 Notes of the Month:
THE ISSUE IN EUROPE
Page 259 Man Does not Live by Politics Alone, L. Trotsky
Page 267 Zero Hour in Germany, C.M. Roebuck
Page 280 The Trades Councils Conference, Harry Pollitt
Page 287 Life of a Coal-Miner, Jack Tanner
Page 293 Polikushka: A Review, E.R.
Page 297 World of Labour—International—Spain—Roumania—Germany
Page 306 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Collapse of the World of Webb, R. Palme Dutt
The Dictatorship of the Opportunists, T. H. Wintringham

 

 
Vol. 5  December 1923  No. 6
Page 315 Notes of the Month:
THE GENERAL ELECTION
Page 323 The General Election—Why?, J.T. Walter Newbold
Page 328 Germany in the Throes of Revolution, J.B. Askew
Page 332 The Counter-Revolution in Europe, G. Allen Hutt
Page 337 American Labour’s Chamber of Commerce, Wm. F. Dunne
Page 344 The Criticism of Proletarian Art, A. Bogdanov
Page 357 World of Labour—International—Germany—Czecho-Slovakia
Page 364 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Collapse of the Cole Industry, Hugo Rathbone
Tempering the Wind, E.B.


 
Vol. 6  January 1924  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
A LABOUR GOVERNMENT
Page 11 Towards a New Policy, W. H. Hutchinson
Page 17 The General Election and British Foreign Policy, R. Palme Dutt
Page 29 Is it Possible to Fix a Definite Time for a Counter-Revolution or a Revolution?, L. Trotsky
Page 36 The French Press and Tsarist Russia, Tom Lincoln (T. H. Wintringham)
Page 46 The Labour Movement in Sweden, Pt. I., Fredrik Strom & Karl Malsten
Page 53 World of Labour—Poland—Bulgaria—Germany
Page 59 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Good Textbook, R. Palme Dutt
The Great Man, T.H. Wintringham

 

 
Vol. 6  February 1924  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
THE RAIL STRIKE
Page 74 An Immediate Industrial Charter, George Hick
The Labour Party in Power:
Page 80    1. Some Continental Comparisons, M. Philips Price
Page 87 Future of the Trades Councils Conference, R. Palme Dutt
Page 97 The New Trend of Indian Nationalism, Manabendra Nath Roy
Page 106 The Class Struggle in Germany, John A. Mahon
Page 120 World of Labour—Russia
Page 124 BOOK REVIEWS:
A New Chapter in the World Revolution, W.M.H.
The Bourgeoisie Look at Themselves, R. Page Arnot

 

 
Vol. 6  March 1924  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
LENINISM
Page 140 Ramsay Macdonald and the Third International, N. Lenin
Page 158 Lenin, M. Philips Price
Page 166 Towards a New Policy, III, Will Lawther
Page 171 Labour Tastes Power, R. Page Arnot
Page 177 The Discussion in the Russian Communist Party
Page 182 World of Labour—Germany—France
Page 188 BOOK REVIEWS:
Oil and World Politics, R. Page Arnot
Fit to Burn, Arthur E.E. Reade

 

 
Vol. 6  April 1924  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
PRACTICAL POLITICS
Page 200 India and the British Labour Government, Manabendra Nath Roy
Page 211 Towards a New Policy, IV, Robert Williams
Page 216 The Budget of Illusion, T.H. Wintringham
Page 226 The Crisis in the Mining Industry, A. J. Cook
Page 229 Economic Power Shifts to Transport, J. T. Walton Newbold
Page 236 The Black Lands, Scott Nearing
Page 238 The Labour Party and Power, pt. II, M. Philips Price
Page 243 Correspondence between the Editor and Printer of THE LABOUR MONTHLY
Page 247 World of Labour—Germany
Page 253 BOOK REVIEWS:
Some of the Enemy’s Weapons, T.H. Wintringham

 

 
Vol. 6  May 1924  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
MACDONALDISM
Page 268 Towards a New Policy, pt. V, A.A. Purcell, M.P.
Page 271 Lenin and the Workers, G. Zinoviev
Page 276 The Labour Party and Power, Pt. III—The Outlook Abroad, M. Philips Price
Page 282 A Labour Premier Meets his Masters, V.G. Childe
Page 286 The Imperial Struggle for Canada, Scott Nearing
Page 293 Some Facts about the Bombay Strike, Evelyn Roy
Page 301 The Melbourne Police Strike, Curtis Atkinson
Page 306 Ireland To-day, R.M. Fox
Page 310 World of Labour—The Balkans—Germany—International
Page 253 BOOK REVIEWS:
Punishment and Persecution, Arthur E.E. Reade

 

 
Vol. 6  June 1924  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
THE ISSUE IN EUROPE
Page 329 Will the Experts’ Report Settle Europe?, M. Philips Price
Page 337 Towards a New Policy, pt. VI—Trade Unionism at the Cross Roads, A.J. Cook
Page 342 Whose Budget?, Hugo Rathbone
Page 355 British Freedom, W.T. Colyer
Page 363 The Gates of the Ruhr, J.T. Walton Newbold
Page 369 Idealism versus History, Arthur E.E. Reade
Page 376 Correspondence
Page 377 World of Labour—Germany
Page 380 BOOK REVIEWS:
James Connolly, J. T. Murphy
Bowing to the Inevitable, T.H. Wintringham

 

 
Vol. 6  July 1924  No. 7
Page 387 Notes of the Month:
LABOUR IN CHAINS
Page 403 The Revolution in Central Asia—The Struggle for Power in Holy Bokhara, pt. I, Evelyn Roy
Page 411 H.G. Wells and Lenin—The Philistine Discourseth on the Revolutionary, L. Trotsky
Page 421 Towards a New Policy, pt. VII, J. Bromley
Page 426 The Labour Party and Power, pt. IV—What should be the Attitude of the Left Wing, M. Philips Price
Page 434 London and Moscow, Dr. Robert Dunstan
Page 438 The German Communist Party after the Frankfort Congress
Page 443 World of Labour—International—Italy
Page 446 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Unexpiated Crime, G. Allen Hutt

 

 
Vol. 6  August 1924  No. 8
Page 425 Towards a New Policy—A Reply, W.H. Hutchinson
Page 457 A Postscript, R. Palme Dutt
Page 472 Left Wing Labour: Should It Cherish Illusions?, J.R. Campbell
Page 481 The Sudan “Scandal”, Hugo Rathbone
Page 489 Religion, Art and Marxism, A. Bogdanov
Page 498 Stabilisation, Geza Schutz
Page 503 Karl Marx on Robert Applegarth
Page 505 World of Labour—Germany—France

 

 
Vol. 6  September 1924  No. 9
Page 515 Notes of the Month:
A SECOND VERSAILLES
Page 525 The Trades Union Congress, Harry Pollitt
Page 535 British Imperialism and French Imperialism after the London Conference, A. Rosmer
Page 544 Ireland and the Illusion of MacDonaldism, J. T. Walton Newbold
Page 549 The Workers’ Artistic Inheritance, A. Bogdanov
Page 557 The Revolution in Central Asia—The Struggle for Power in Holy Bokhara, pt. II, Evelyn Roy
Page 566 World of Labour—Belgium—International

 

 
Vol. 6  October 1924  No. 10
Page 579 Notes of the Month:
THE “LEFT WING”
Page 591 The Labour Party’s Alternative, P. Braun
Page 602 The Workers and the Anglo-Soviet Treaty, C.M. Roebuck
Page 612 English Pacifism and English Aversion to Theory, V. I. Lenin
Page 619 The World Situation and the Dawes Plan, Edo Fimmen
Page 627 After the Hull Congress, A Delegate
Page 636 World of Labour—United States of America—The Far East

 

 
Vol. 6  November 1924  No. 11
Page 643 Notes of the Month:
REVOLUTIONARY ELECTION
Page 664 After the Labour Party Conference, P. Braun
Page 673 The Campbell Case, J. R. Campbell
Page 678 On the Road to Insurrection, pt. I, V. I. Lenin
Page 689 World of Labour—International
Page 446 BOOK REVIEWS:
Does International Capitalism Exist, G. Allen Hutt
A Sense of Proportion, Arthur E.E. Reade
History for the Workers, H.

 

 
Vol. 6  December 1924  No. 12
Page 707 Notes of the Month:
TOWARDS CIVIL WAR
Page 720 Anatole France and the Revolutionary Idea, Henri Barbusse
Page 725 The Stability of Capitalism, or the Unstable Communists, Karl Radek
Page 732 On the Road to Insurrection, pt. III, V. I. Lenin
Page 740 Reconstructing Europe, Manabendra Nath Roy
Page 752 World of Labour—Belgium—France—Germany


 
Vol. 7  January 1925  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
THE TURNING POINT
Page 13 The Empire and the Proletariat, M. N. Roy
Page 23 The Diplomacy of Mr. Ramsay MacDonald, “U.D.C.”
Page 28 “The New Machiavelli”: or, The Soft-Headed Communists and the Thick-Headed Ones, M. Philips Price
Page 35 On the Road to Insurrection, IV, The Freedom of the Press, V.I. Lenin
Page 38 What the Theatre could do for the English Labour Movement, Huntly Carter
Page 44 The I.L.P. “Programme of Work”, Fred Longden
Page 52 The World of Labour—Germany—The United Front

 

 
Vol. 7  February 1925  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
THE RESTORATION OF EUROPE
Page 79 Trade Union Unity and the Class Struggle, R. Palme Dutt
Page 104 The Diplomacy of Mr. Ramsay MacDonald, “U.D.C.”
Page 118 Diddling them with Dawes, J.T. Walton Newbold
Page 121 World of Labour—United Front

 

 
Vol. 7  March 1925  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
THE GOLD STANDARD
Page 151 Two Deserters, Karl Radek
Page 157 The Political Defeat of the Working Class, C.H. Norman
Page 180 Some Questions for J.R. Clynes, Manabendra Nath Roy
Page 184 Loyalties, J.T. Walton Newbold
Page 189 World of Labour—Italy

 

 
Vol. 7  April 1925  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
THE LABOUR PARTY OUTLOOK
Page 205 Indian Political Exiles in France, Evelyn Roy
Page 210 On the Road to Insurrection VI and VII, V.I. Lenin
Page 222 The Trust of Empire and Mr. McDonald a Trustee, M. Abdullah
Page 227 The Unemployed, E. Stanley
Page 234 World of Labour—International—France—Esthonia—Hungary—Poland
Page 249 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Study of Dramatic Art in the Workers’ Republic, M.E.
The Twilight of Trotsky, W.N. Ewer

 

 
Vol. 7  May 1925  No. 5
Page 257 Notes of the Month:
PACTS, PROTOCOLS, AND—?
Page 270 Lord Curzon, Karl Radek
Page 275 The Future of the Daily Herald, “Outpost”
Page 283 Sun Yat Sen’s Life and Work, Tang Chin Che
Page 288 The Labour Situation in Western Canada, Scott Nearing
Page 294 The Roy Case: A Protest, Henri Barbusse
Page 296 On the Road to Insurrection VIII and IX, V.I. Lenin
Page 304 World of Labour—Trade Union Unity—Germany—Italy
Page 314 BOOK REVIEWS:
Trees and No Wood!

 

 
Vol. 7  June 1925  No. 6
Page 321 Notes of the Month:
THE WAGE WAR
Page 332 Problems of the Labour Movement, P. Braun
Page 347 The Red “Plots”, W.N. Ewer
Page 354 The New War in Morocco, Jacques Doriot
Page 357 The Great Retreat, M. Philips Price
Page 364 The I.L.P.—Past and Present, Margaret Cole
Page 373 Trotsky and his “Friends”, W.N. Ewer
Page 376 BOOK REVIEWS:
“Mirrors of the Kremlin, by A Comrade with a Duster”, R. Palme Dutt

 

 
Vol. 7  July 1925  No. 7
Page 385 Notes of the Month:
FASCISM
With a Postscript—THE WORKERS’ ALLlANCE
Page 399 Indian Politics: An Analysis, Clemens Dutt
Page 410 The Problem of the Hour—Is Unity Possible?, A. J. Cook
Page 412 The Writing on the Chinese Wall, W.N. Ewer
Page 420 Art and the Labour Movement, Huntly Carter
Page 426 On the Road to Insurrection IX. The Approaching Catastrophe, N. Lenin
Page 436 World of Labour—China—Trade Union Unity
Page 443 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Great Boyg Gets Panicky, G. Allen Hutt

 

 
Vol. 7  August 1925  No. 8
Page 449 Notes of the Month:
THE MINERS’ FIGHT FOR LIFE
Page 465 The Strategy of the Miners’ Struggle, Herbert Smith
Page 474 “Face Pidgin”—The Chinese Struggle, Tien Sen Shiao
Page 482 In the Light of Marxism, Student
Page 489 The Riff War of Independence, G. Allen Hutt
Page 497 World of Labour—China—Denmark—Germany—India—Poland
Page 508 BOOK REVIEWS:
Italian Co-operation, L. W.

 

 
Vol. 7  September 1925  No. 9
Page 513 Notes of the Month:
THE FIRST ROUND
Page 524 The Burning Question of International Unity, A.A. Purcell, M.P.
Page 530 The Capitalist Offensive and the Mining Crisis, R. Page Arnot
Page 538 Hatching a War with Russia, W.N. Ewer
Page 548 The Empire Labour Conference, Maurice Spector
Page 553 Independent Working Class Education, A. M. Robertson
Page 560 Capitalism, Labour and the Press, William Paul
Page 570 World of Labour—Bulgaria

 

 
Vol. 7  October 1925  No. 10
Page 577 Notes of the Month:
THE LABOUR PARTY CHOICE
Page 586 Problems of Trade Unionism, William Dobbie
Page 591 The Twenty-one Points of the Second International, G. Valetzki
Page 601 The Scarborough Conference, Harry Pollitt
Page 606 The Industrial Crisis and the Co-operators, J. Harrison
Page 617 The Far Eastern Tangle, R. Page Arnot
Page 622 Language and the Labour Movement, Huntly Carter
Page 628 In the Light of Marxism. II., Student
Page 633 World of Labour—Poland—France

 

 
Vol. 7  November 1925  No. 11
Page 641 Notes of the Month:
AFTER LIVERPOOL
Page 659 Towards Socialism or Towards Capitalism?, L. Trotsky
Page 667 Scarborough and Liverpool, P. Braun
Page 679 Getting Mosul into Perspective, W.N. Ewer
Page 692 The Drive into the Factories, J. T. Murphy
Page 699 World of Labour—International—Trade Union Unity

 

 
Vol. 7  December 1925  No. 12
Page 705 Notes of the Month:
VIOLENCE AND WORKERS’ DEFENCE
Page 716 R. Palme Dutt: A Personal Statement
Page 717 India under British Rule, Karl Marx
Page 729 Locarno and Aix-la-Chapelle, W.N. Ewer
Page 736 Towards Socialism or Towards Capitalism? (Concluded), L. Trotsky
Page 749 Labour Research, Maurice H. Dobb
Page 755 World of Labour—Germany—India


 
Vol. 8  January 1926  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
CLASS JUSTICE
Page 18 The Tasks of the Russian Communist Party, N. Bukharin
Page 32 After Locarno, E. N. Ewer
Page 44 The Pact of Amsterdam, G. Allen Hutt
Page 51 Egypt at the Coss Roads, J. Crossley
Page 58 World of Labour—Trade Union Unity Book
Page 62 BOOK REVIEWS:
Blinding the Slaves, O.E.B.
Revolutionary Song, G. Allen Hutt

 

 
Vol. 8  February 1926  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
LOCARNO AND THE CAPITALIST OFFENSIVE
Page 86 Karl Marx on China, D. Riazanov
Page 93 Capital and Labour in the U.S.A., A. A. Purcell
Page 99 The I.L.P. Programme, Emile Burns
Page 108 The Left Wing, Wm. Paul
Page 112 The Murder of Gustav Landauer, Ernst Toller
Page 115 World of Labour—Russian Communist Conference—Indian Textile Strike—Labour Conditions in Japan
Page 124 BOOK REVIEWS:
Two Sides of a Medal, Clemens Dutt
A Poor Story of Coal, B.W.

 

 
Vol. 8  March 1926  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
COALITION OR WORKING-CLASS UNITY
Page 145 The Revolution in China and in Europe, Karl Marx
Page 153 The Industrial Alliance, W. H. Hutchinson
Page 157 The Coal Crisis and the Way Out, A. J. Cook
Page 163 Where is Mr. Baldwin Going?, “OUTPOST”
Page 172 Colour V. Class in South Africa, M. G. Desai
Page 178 A Soviet Prison, Wm. Citrine
Page 186 World of Labour—Russia—India
Page 188 BOOK REVIEWS:
Between the Millstones, F. & L. C.
A Revolutionary Epic, Wm. Paul

 

 
Vol. 8  April 1926  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
THE I.L.P. AND THE UNITED FRONT
Page 208 The Importance of May Day, A. A. Purcell, M.P.
Page 212 Great Britain, the Continent and Russia, P. J. Schmidt
Page 223 Trotsky and his English Critics, R. Palme Dutt
Page 242 The Attack on the Building Trade, R. Coppock
Page 249 World of Labour—Finland—Japan—South Africa
Page 253 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Golden Burden of Wall Street, H. P.

 

 
Vol. 8  May 1926  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
MAY DAY, 1926
Page 272 The Coal Report and After, Arthur Horner
Page 284 Shooting Niagara, R. Page Arnot
Page 288 The Geneva Fiasco, W.N. Ewer
Page 296 Teachers and the Class Struggle, A.M.A.
Page 304 Italy To-day, L.W.
Page 313 The Importance of the Trades Councils, Tom Quelch
Page 318 World of Labour—International

 

 
Vol. 8  June 1926  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
MAY 12, 1926
Page 337 Introduction to the Study of the General Strike, R. Page Arnot
Page 352 A Workers’ Council of Action, Secretary—Trades Council
Page 359 One Sector, AN OFFICIAL REPORT
Page 375 The Miners’ Struggle Continues, Herbert Smith
Page 379 Police Persecutions

 

 
Vol. 8  July 1926  No. 7
Page 387 Notes of the Month:
LEADERS AND LEADERSHIP
Page 399 The Great Mining Crisis, A. J. Cook
Page 402 The Miners’ Struggle in Midsummer, 1926, R. Page Arnot
Page 415 The Rank and File and the General Strike, Jack Tanner
Page 421 Peace Utopias, Rosa Luxemburg
Page 429 Are We Nearing Revolution, Emile Burns
Page 435 The Functions of a Communist University, M.N. Liadov
Page 441 World of Labour—International Unity in Action—The German Referendum

 

 
Vol. 8  August 1926  No. 8
Page 451 Notes of the Month:
THE GENERAL COUNCIL AND THE MINERS
Page 463 Were the Miners Let Down?, J. R. Campbell
Page 471 The Miners’ Struggle in the North, Will Lawther
Page 475 The Mosul “Victory”, W.N. Ewer
Page 484 Canton, Colonel C. L. Malone
Page 492 Secret Servive and the Labour Movement, Harold Grenfell
Page 498 World of Labour—Finland—Norway—Labour and Socialist International—Japan
Page 503 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Workers’ Theater, R. Palme Dutt
The Indian Peasant through Official Spectacles, Clemens Dutt

 

 
Vol. 8  September 1926  No. 9
Page 551 Notes of the Month:
THE TRADE UNION CONGRESS
Page 525 The Test of Bournemouth, J. R. Campbell
Page 534 Another Stage in the Miners’ Struggle, A. Horner
Page 544 British Labour and India, Clemens Dutt
Page 553 Fascist Imperialism, Ralph Fox
Page 559 Course of Economic Development in the United States, Earl Browder
Page 569 World of Labour—Anglo-Russian Miners’ Conference—France—Tunis
Page 573 BOOK REVIEWS:
India in Perspective, Stewart Smith

 

 
Vol. 8  October 1926  No. 10
Page 579 Notes of the Month:
BOURNEMOUTH AND MARGATE
Page 594 The Bournemouth Congress, L. V. B.
Page 605 A Message, Harry Pollitt
Page 607 Margate and the Left Wing, Joseph Southall
Page 613 Empire and Socialism in Australia, P.R.S.
Page 621 Where is Canada Heading For?, Maurice Spector
Page 629 Welsh Art and the Revolutionary Idea, Byron Welsh
Page 632 World of Labour—The Anglo-Russian Committee
Page 638 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Government as Strike-Breaker, E. B.
 
Vol. 8  November 1926  No. 11
Page 643 Notes of the Month:
THE MINERS AIND THE NEW PHASE
Page 657 Forward to Victory, Arthur Horner
Page 665 From Liverpool to Margate, Dr. Robert Dunstan
Page 673 Pharoh in Downing Street, E. W. Ewer
Page 681 Mexico To-day, Eugene Varga
Page 691 How Come These Traitors?, Rutland Boughton
Page 697 The Results of the Canadian Elections, Stewart Smith
Page 702 World of Labour—Trade Unionism in the Balkans

 

 
Vol. 8  December 1926  No. 12
Page 707 Notes of the Month:
SOCIALISM AND STABILISATION
Page 724 The New Stage in the Mining Struggle, “FIREMAN”
Page 733 Indian Nationalism and the Elections, Clemens Dutt
Page 745 The Relations of the Workers’ Party to Religion, N. Lenin
Page 756 What is the A.P.R.A., Haya Delatorre
Page 760 World of Labour—Trade Unionism in the Balkans—Java


 
Vol. 9  January 1927  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE
Page 13 The Communist Party and the Miners’ Fight, P. B.
Page 36 The Miners Struggle and International Unity, R. Page Arnot
Page 46 Imperial Defence, W.N. Ewer
Page 52 Great Britain and China, Ralph Fox
Page 58 BOOK REVIEWS:
The British General Strike, P.B.

 

 
Vol. 9  February 1927  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
IMPERIALISM, INDUSTRIAL PEACE, COALITION
Page 96 The Conflict of Ideas in British Trade Unionism, A. J. Cook
Page 100 The Conference of Executives, Harry Pollitt
Page 105 Italian Imperialism, L. W.
Page 112 The New British Delusion—An American View
Page 117 Joseph Dietzen, N. Lenin
Page 120 Crow’s Nest Pass, Scott Nearing
Page 124 World of Labour—Congress of Unemployed in Germany—Revolutionary Students’ Movement in Japan
Page 126 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Development of Marxian Analysis, Max Beer

 

 
Vol. 9  March 1927  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
UNITY WITH THE CHINESE REVOLUTION
Page 146 The Need for One Mineworkers’ Union, Arthur Horner
Page 155 Sir Austen von Hindenburg, W.N. Ewer
Page 163 American Imperialism in the Caribbean, Scott Nearing
Page 175 Labour Conditions in Western Canada, A. Miller
Page 179 World of Labour—The League Against Imperialism—The I.F.T.U General Council
Page 186 BOOK REVIEWS:
The General Strike Again, J. R. Campbell

 

 
Vol. 9  April 1927  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
THE BRITISH IMPERIALIST OFFENSIVE
Page 214 Trade Unions and the Law, W. H. Hutchinson
Page 220 Max Hoelz, Ernst Toller
Page 225 Imperialist Oppression in Latin America, Codovilla
Page 238 New Zealand and the Empire, R. P. Anschutz
Page 241 Bertrand Russell and Modern Physics, Max Levien
Page 250 World of Labour—Trade Union and Labour Movement in Norway
Page 252 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Aims of Chinese Nationalism, W.N. Ewer
The White Guards’ Reply, P. B.

 

 
Vol. 9  May 1927  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
TRADE UNIONS AND THE STATE
Page 277 The Government Trade Union Bill, R. Coppock
Page 280 Civil Servants and the T. U. Bill, W. J. Brown
Page 282 The Driving Forces of the Chinese Revolution, J. Fineberg
Page 292 Imperialist Penetration in South America, Codovilla
Page 303 Bertrand Russell and Modern Physics, Max Levien
Page 314 World of Labour—Italy—The United States

 

 
Vol. 9  June 1927  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND INTERNATIONAL FASCISM
Page 334 The Trade Unions Bill: A Plan of Action
Page 340 New Ententes for Old, W.N. Ewer and Harry Pollitt
Page 345 The Foreign Policy of the U.S.S.R., A. I. Rykov
Page 361 India and Britain, S. Saklatvala, M.P.
Page 365 The Working Class as the Champion of Democracy, N. Lenin
Page 377 World of Labour—The Working-Class Movement in Canada, T. Page
Page 382 BOOK REVIEWS:
China Through Nationalist Spectacles

 

 
Vol. 9  July 1927  No. 7
Page 387 Notes of the Month:
THE ECONOMIC SITUATION AND WAR
Page 405 The Trade Union Bill and Break with Russia, J. R. Campbell
Page 411 After the Break, W.N. Ewer
Page 415 The Chinese Revolution Turns Left, Earl Browder
Page 427 The Home Policy of the U.S.S.R., A. I. Rykov
Page 443 World of LabourIndian T.U.C.—South African Trade Unions—Chinese Communist Conference

 

 
Vol. 9  August 1927  No. 8
Page 451 Notes of the Month:
COUNTER REVOLUTION
Page 474 The Miners’ Fight Continues, Arthur Horner
Page 483 My Visit to China, Tom Mann
Page 490 The Outlook for British Capitalism, Emile Burns
Page 496 What’s Ahead in the Caribbean, Scott Nearing
Page 506 The Isolation of India, Bernard Houghton
Page 510 World of Labour—Pan-Pacific Labour Conference

 

 
Vol. 9  September 1927  No. 9
Page 515 Notes of the Month:
WAR PREPARATION AND THE T.U.C, Clemens Dutt
Page 524 The Paris Congress of the I.F.T.U., Harry Pollitt
Page 528 The Economic Progress of the U.S.S.R., Maurice Dobb
Page 537 British War Preparations in India, A. N. Bhaduri
Page 546 Wages and Working Conditions in China, Earl Browder
Page 556 The Most Urgent Tasks of our Movement, N. Lenin
Page 562 Capitalism and the Novel, Manuel Lopez
Page 567 World of Labour—Anglo-Russian Unity
Page 573 BOOK REVIEWS:
Class Collaboration in America

 

 
Vol. 9  October 1927  No. 10
Page 579 Notes of the Month:
ANGLO-AMERICAN RIVALRY, R. Page Arnot
Page 589 The Edinburgh Trades Union Congress, Harry Pollitt
Page 597 Neo-Malthusianism and the Working Class, N. Lenin
Page 600 Britian, Italy, and the East, E. N. Ewer
Page 606 The Indian Trade Union Movement, Philip Spratt
Page 621 The Agrarian Revolution in China, Karl Wittfogel
Page 624 The Old and the New Africa, Clements Kadalie
Page 632 White and Coloured Workers in South Africa, E. R. Roux
Page 634 World of Labour—The I.F.T.U. Conference at Paris—The Trade Union Movement in Indonesia

 

 
Vol. 9  November 1927  No. 11
Page 643 Notes of the Month:
TO THE FIGHTERS IN THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION, N. Lenin
Page 645 The Russian Revolution, R. Page Arnot
Page 649 The Russian Revolution and the British Workers, A. J. Cook
Page 652 The World Revolution and the U.S.S.R., N. Bukharin
Page 660 The Lessons of the Chinese Revolution, M. N. Roy
Page 669 Capitalist Exploitation in Indian Agriculture, Clemens Dutt
Page 679 Capitalism and Trade Unionism in Egypt, U. Zimring
Page 685 The Industrial Development of the U.S.A., J. Wilenkin
Page 694 World of Labour—The Queensland Strike
Page 696 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Downfall of Tsarim, Harold Grenfell
Anti-Bolshevik Propaganda, E. Brusevitz
A New Light on Marx, M. H. Doer

 

 
Vol. 9  December 1927  No. 12
Page 707 Notes of the Month:
THE “NEW COURSE”, R. Palme Dutt
Page 728 Congress of Workers’ Delegations in Moscow, Emile Burns
Page 734 Possibilities of 1928, J. R. Campbell
Page 744 Capitalist Exploitation in Indian Agriculture, pt. II, Clemens Dutt
Page 754 The Bankruptcy of American Trade Unionism, Earl Browder
Page 765 World of LabourThe Bengal-Nagpur Railway Lockout
Page 766 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Nature of Brain Processes, H. C. B.


 
Vol. 10  January 1928  No. 1
Page 5 Notes of the Month
THE NEW PHASE OF THE LABOUR PARTY AND OUR TASKS, R. Palme Dutt
Page 23 The Significance of the Miners’ March, Arthur Horner
Page 31 The Left Wing in 1928, Andrew Rothstein
Page 49 The Problem of British Export of Capital, Dr. F. Sternberg
Page 55 Agrarian Revolt in South Africa, K. R. Roux

 

 
Vol. 10  February 1928  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
THE GENERAL ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt
Page 77 Industrial Peace, Harry Pollitt
Page 85 Socialism and Empire, M. N. Roy
Page 95 Co-operation in the U.S.S.R., Joseph Reeves
Page 101 The Cotton Workers’ Fight Against Imperialism, Hugo Rathbone
Page 114 The Beginnings of the Entente, W.N. Ewer
Page 124 World of Labour—The Norwegian T.U. Congress—The Programme of the Irish Workers’ League
Page 126 BOOK REVIEW:
Herr Ludwig on Bismarck and the Kaiser, R. Page Arnot

 

 
Vol. 10  March 1928  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
THE NEW WAVE OF WAGE STRUGGLES, R. Palme Dutt
Page 148 “The Normal Condition of the Labour Party”, Hugo Rathbone
Page 155 The Indian Struggle for Independence, Clemens Dutt
Page 163 The Struggle of the Chinese Workers and Peasants, M. N. Roy
Page 181 World of Labour—Sweden—Norway—U.S.A.—International
Page 187 BOOK REVIEW:
Lenin’s Fight against Philosophical Reformism, Fritz Rück

 

 
Vol. 10  April 1928  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
THE UNITED FRONT, R. Palme Dutt
Page 215 Australia and the LABOUR MONTHLY
Page 217 The Problem of Rationalising British Industry, E. Varga
Page 227 The World Wide Coal Crisis, A. J. Cook
Page 232 God, Sir Austen, and the East, W.N. Ewer
Page 239 Electricity Control in Britain, D.J.F. Parsons
Page 245 Capitalism and Surplus, Maurice H. Dobb
Page 251 World of LabourIndia—Germany
Page 255 BOOK REVIEW:
Misleaders of Labour, T.

 

 
Vol. 10  May 1928  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
THE I.L.P. AND COMMUNISM, R. Palme Dutt
Page 273 Rationalisation and British Industry
    II., J. R. Campbell
    III., Emile Burns
Page 295 Mr. Citrine and Trade Union Democracy, John A. Mahon
Page 303 The Strike Wave in Egypt, J.B.
Page 312 World of Labour—U.S.A.
Page 315 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Struggle for a Workers’ International, T. A. Jackson
A Marxist Text-book with Pictures, Maurice H. Dobb

 

 
Vol. 10  June 1928  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
THE INDIAN AWAKENING, R. Palme Dutt
Page 342 Rationalisation and British Industry—IV, Hugo Rathbone
Page 348 “Democracy” in the Scottish Miners’ Union, G. Allen Hutt
Page 357 The Fourth Congress of the R.I.L.U., Alex. Gossip
Page 361 The General Election in Japan, K. Yamagata
Page 369 The Present Strike Movement in India, Clemens Dutt
Page 375 World of Labour—Germany—Sweden—Japan
Page 379 BOOK REVIEWS:
A Story of Primitive Accumulation
A Reformist Justification for Imperialism

 

 
Vol. 10  July 1928  No. 7
Page 387 Notes of the Month:
FABIANISM IN DECOMPOSITION
Page 412 Class Analysis of Soviet Grain Production, J. Stalin
Page 421 The Socialist Revolution and the Right of Nations to Self-Determination, N. Lenin
Page 432 Rationalisation and British Industry—V., Maurice H. Dobb
Page 439 World of LabourIndia—Australia—Sweden
Page 447 BOOK REVIEW:
A Manual for Militants

 

 
Vol. 10  August 1928  No. 8
Page 451 Notes of the Month:
THE MAXTON-COOK REVIVAL CAMPAIGN, R. Palme Dutt
Page 463 The Tasks before the Minority Movement, Harry Pollitt
Page 468 Japan’s Move Forward, W.N. Ewer
Page 474 The Fruits of Mondism, “Trade Unionist”
Page 481 The Programme of the Labour Party, Hugo Rathbone
Page 492 The Relations of Marx with Blanqui, D. Riazanov
Page 499 Reformists of Twenty Years Ago, Charles Rappoport
Page 504 World of Labour—U.S.A.—Greece—India—Belgium

 

 
Vol. 10  September 1928  No. 9
Page 515 Notes of the Month:
TRADE UNIONISM IN DANGER
Page 528 The Issues before the Swansea T.U.C., A. J. Cook
Page 533 New Forms of the World Crisis, N. Bukharin
Page 544 The Colonial Policy of the L.S.I., M. N. Roy
Page 553 Mondism and the Railway Settlement, S. Purkis
Page 558 Japan’s Move Forward, W.N. Ewer
Page 565 Rationalisation and British Industry—VI., T.H. Wintringham
Page 572 World of LabourIndia—U.S.A.

 

 
Vol. 10  October 1928  No. 10
Page 579 Notes of the Month:
ABERDEEN AND THE LABOUR PARTY
Page 594 The T.U.C. and the Future of Trade Unionism, Arthur Horner
Page 606 Tolstoy and his Epoch, N. Lenin
Page 619 Pact and Entente, W.N. Ewer
Page 626 The Importance of Co-operation, E. J. Bale
Page 631 World of Labour—International—Germany—India

 

 
Vol. 10  November 1928  No. 11
Page 643 Notes of the Month:
THE GENERAL ELECTION AND THE WORKING CLASS, R. Palme Dutt
Page 653 Temporary Crisis or Steady Decline of the Railways, Stewart Purkis
Page 663 The Future of the Empire, M. N. Roy
Page 675 The Position in the Scottish Coalfield, Wm. Gallacher
Page 681 “Democracy”, Scott Nearing
Page 686 Wiener Neustadt, J. Adam
Page 691 Labour and the Banks, Emile Burns
Page 696 World of Labour
Page 701 BOOK REVIEW:
A Survey of World Economics, Emile Burns
Dialectical Materialism. and Anthropology, F. C. M.
Page 704 Errata

 

 
Vol. 10  December 1928  No. 12
Page 707 Notes of the Month:
COALITION AND WAR, R. Palme Dutt
Page 728 Sixth Congress of the Communist International, Andrew Rothstein
Page 738 What Next in the Trade Unions?, John A. Mahon
Page 748 Between Left and Right, J. Stalin
Page 759 The “Big Four” and the Kuomintang Puppets, “Asiaticus”
Page 766 World of Labour—Poland—Germany—Australia


 
Vol. 11  January 1929  No. 1
Page 3 Notes of the Month:
1928-1929
Page 14 Political “Neutrality” in Trade Unions, N. Lenin
Page 22 The Indian League for Independence, Clemens Dutt
Page 29 President Hoover of U.S.A., Jay Lovestone
Page 40 Co-operative Politics, Florence Ranson
Page 45 A Co-operative Minority Movement, J. F.
Page 47 Chartism and the Present Day, Reg. Groves
Page 57 The Censor in Australia, E. M. Higgins
Page 59 World of Labour—Germany—U.S.A.
Page 63 BOOK REVIEW:
China from Outside, El. B.

 

 
Vol. 11  February 1929  No. 2
Page 67 Notes of the Month:
THE BRITISH ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE, R. Palme Dutt
Page 81 Delhi and Kabul, W.N. Ewer
Page 85 Railworkers and the Coming Struggle, Stewart Purkis
Page 90 What is the I.L.P. Doing in South Africa?, Edward Roux
Page 97 Engels’ “Anti-Dühring”, D. Riazanov
Page 107 Resisting Rationalisation, John A. Mahon
Page 115 Capitalism Looks at its Servants, G. Gore Graham
Page 119 World of Labour:
The Mass Struggle in Japan, J. Miura
Germany
Page 125 BOOK REVIEW:
British Pseudo-Marxism, Maurice H. Dobb

 

 
Vol. 11  March 1929  No. 3
Page 131 Notes of the Month:
TOWARDS NEW ECONOMIC STRUGGLES, R. Palme Dutt
Page 143 Coal, Charity and the Class Struggle, G. Allen Hutt
Page 151 Political Situation in India
Page 163 The Nationalism of the Indian Bourgeoisie, M. N. Roy
Page 171 Engels’ “Anti-Dühring”, D. Riazanov
Page 179 The War in Afghanistan, Fedor Raskolnikov
Page 186 World of Labour:—U.S.S.R.
Page 189 BOOK REVIEW:
Physics and Metaphysics, W.N. Ewer

 

 
Vol. 11  April 1929  No. 4
Page 195 Notes of the Month:
ON THE EVE OF THE ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt
Page 207 The New Trade Union Situation, J. R. Campbell
Page 215 The Easter Rising in Ireland, N. Lenin
Page 220 Einstein and Dialectical Materialism, J. Lenz
Page 224 King Fuad and King Feisal, W.N. Ewer
Page 229 A Sidelight on Mondism, Stewart Purkis
Page 233 Essays in Censorship, T. A. Jackson
Page 240 Class Leadership in the Chartist Movement, Reg. P. Groves
Page 245 Labour Government in Queensland, J. Ryan
Page 252 World of Labour:—International—Australia

 

 
Vol. 11  May 1929  No. 5
Page 259 Notes of the Month:
THE CLASS WAR IN THE ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt
Page 273 General Election and the Class Struggle, Harry Pollitt
Page 278 The Position of the Scottish Miners, W. Allen
Page 285 India on the Eve of Revolt, Phillip Spratt
Page 289 The I.L.P. Conference, Hugo Rathbone
Page 295 Lassalle and Bismarck, D. Riazanov
Page 302 “Democracy” in New Zealand, R. F. Griffin
Page 306 World of Labour:
Heroic Struggle of the Workers in Ceylon, D. Goonawardena
Germany—Rhodesia—U.S.A.
Page 312 BOOK REVIEWS:
New Translation of Marx, D. Riazanov
Insider’s India, Clemens Dutt

 

 
Vol. 11  June 1929  No. 6
Page 323 Notes of the Month:
THE NEW GOVERNMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt
Page 337 Sharpening Class War in Germany, Wilhelm Pieck
Page 342 Cook’s Break with the Revolutionary Working Class: A Statement, A. J. Cook
Editorial Reply
Page 349 Revolutionary Work in the Trade Unions, John A. Mahon
Page 359 Problem of Industrialisation in Russia, Maurice H. Dobb
Page 365 Twilight of Vienna, J. Adam
Page 370 Lassalle and Bismarck, D. Riazanov
Page 375 World of Labour:India—International—Australia—U.S.A.
Page 382 BOOK REVIEWS:
Two Diplomats, W.N. Ewer

 

 
Vol. 11  July 1929  No. 7
Page 387 Notes of the Month:
THE SECOND LABOUR GOVERNMENT, R. Palme Dutt
Page 399 Looking Ahead, Andrew Rothstein
Page 405 The Class Struggle in India, Clemens Dutt
Page 417 World Struggle Against Imperialism, R. Bridgeman
Page 425 The Workers’ Movement in the Philippines, Earl Browder
Page 433 The Role of the Censorship, Graham Pollard
Page 439 World of Labour:—Finland—Germany—France—International
Page 444 BOOK REVIEWS:
Cole’s Return to the Fabians, S. P.
Page 446 Correspondence:
The New Translation of Capital, E. & C. Paul

 

 
Vol. 11  August 1929  No. 8
Page 451 Notes of the Month:
1914-1929, R. Palme Dutt
Page 468 Facing the War Makers, W. Gallacher
Page 472 Socialism and War, N. Lenin
Page 489 The Future of Revolutionary Trade Unionism, Harry Pollitt
Page 499 Labour’s Promise and Performance, W. Joss
Page 504 An Echo of the General Election, Shaukat Usmani
Page 509 World of Labour:India
Page 511 BOOK REVIEWS:
Trade Union Documents, John A. Mahon

 

 
Vol. 11  September 1929  No. 9
Page 515 Notes of the Month:
A JINGO LABOUR GOVERNMENT, R. Palme Dutt
Page 528 Socialists and The Hague Conference, “Pravda”
Page 533 Preparing War on Soviet Russia, Andrew Rothstein
Page 540 Before the Belfast Trades Union Congress, John A. Mahon
Page 546 The Cotton Lock-out, H. Lee
Page 555 The W.I.R. and the Dawdon Lock-out, Jim Ancrum
Page 559 World Congress of the League against Imperialism, Emile Burns
Page 564 World of Labour:—Australia—U.S.A.—Bulgaria—Korea
Page 571 BOOK REVIEWS:
The Revolution that Shook the World, J. T.
Social Democracy’s Heel of Achilles, G. Allen Hutt
The Rise of Coal Mining in Britain, W. F.
Page 575 Correspondence:
The I.L.P. in South Africa

 

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Vol. 11  October 1929  No. 10
Page 579 Notes of the Month:
FROM GENEVA TO WASHINGTON, R. Palme Dutt
Page 592 Railworkers and Revolutionary Struggle, Stewart Purkis
Page 603 The Minority Conference and the T.U.C., Arthur Horner
Page 611 The Anglo-American Struggle and British Imperial Unity, Gore Graham
Page 619 Labour Imperialism in Egypt, J. M. B.
Page 627 Reparations and the Working Class, David Naylor
Page 631 Arbitration in New Zealand, F. E. Freeman
Page 634 World of Labour:India
Page 636 BOOK REVIEWS:
Soviet Russia’s Fight for Peace, G. Allen Hutt
The Impressions of a Social Democrat, R. D.

 

 
Vol. 11  November 1929  No. 11
Page 643 Notes of the Month:
WORKERS’ DAILY, R. Palme Dutt
Page 655 The Five-Year Plan in Soviet Economy, Maurice H. Dobb
Page 663 New Times—New Tactics, John A. Mahon
Page 671 Cross Roads, W.N. Ewer
Page 678 Brighton Labour Party Conference, Reg. Groves
Page 686 Mining Situation, Garfield Williams
Page 694 What About the Civil Service?, Ex-Civil Servant
Page 698 World of Labour:—U.S.A.—France
Page 703 BOOK REVIEWS:
Through Imperialistic Eyes, M. R.

 

 
Vol. 11  December 1929  No. 12
Page 707 Notes of the Month:
THE LABOUR GOVERNMENT AND THE ECONOMIC SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt
Page 721 The Chartist Movement, Karl Marx
Page 731 Unemployment and the Labour Government, W. Hannington
Page 741 The Role and Leadership of the Indian Working Class, Clemens Dutt
Page 753 Hoover and MacDonald, Scott Nearing
Page 757 Cross Roads—A Criticism by the Editor of the “Labour Monthly”
Page 761 World of Labour:—U.S.A.—Finland—Italy