MIA: Comintern Archive: CP Great Britain: The Labour Monthly (1930-)
Editor: R. PALME DUTT
Contents By Issue
Vol. 12 January 1930 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: THE LABOUR GOVERNMENT, AMERICA AND THE SOVIET UNION, R. Palme Dutt Page 14 Economic Struggles and the Minority Movement, G. Allison Page 19 Communist Party Congress at Leeds, William Rust Page 24 The Speech of the Prosecutor in the Meerut Case Page 30 Capitalism and Class Struggle in Japan, Freda Utley Page 42 A Reply, W.N. Ewer Page 54 The Recent Events in South Africa, E.R. Roux Page 58 World of Labour:—Germany—U.S.A. Page 61 BOOK REVIEW: The Basis of Marxist Philosophy
Vol. 12 February 1930 No. 2 Page 67 Notes of the Month: DISARMAMENT PROPAGANDA AND WAR PREPARATION, R. Palme Dutt Page 79 The World Crisis and Trade Unionism, John A. Mahon Page 90 The Situation in Ireland, Thomas Bell Page 97 The Speech of the Prosecutor in the Meerut Case Page 106 Capitalism and Class Struggle in Japan, Freda Utley Page 117 World of Labour:—South Africa—Germany Page 121 BOOK REVIEWS: Chartism and Marxism, Reg. Groves A Dyspeptic Interpretation of Marx, Reg. Groves Technique not Political Economy, H. S.
Vol. 12 March 1930 No. 3 Page 131 Notes of the Month: UNEMPLOYMENT, ECONOMIC CRISIS AND THE WAR DANGER, R. Palme Dutt Page 142 The New Role of the Minority Movement, John A. Mahon Page 148 The Seamen’s Strike, F. Thompson Page 151 Bible and Bayonet in Western Samoa, A. Eaglesham Page 159 The Class Character of the Palestine Rising, J. B. Page 167 The Workers’ Sports Movement, G. W. Sinfield Page 172 Marx and the Labour Parliament of 1854, Reg. Groves Page 177 The Speech of the Prosecutor in the Meerut Case Page 184 World of Labour:—The Textile Situation in the U.S.A.—The Fight against Unemployment in Germany—Manifesto of the All-India T.U.C. Page 190 Correspondence: The Pauls’ Translation of Marx’ Capital
Vol. 12 April 1930 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: THE ANTI-SOVIET WAR CAMPAIGN, R. Palme Dutt Page 210 The Economic and Political Crisis, R. Page Arnot Page 220 The Struggle Ahead of Us, Harry Pollitt Page 226 Many are made Dizzy by Successes, J. Stalin Page 232 Model Statutes for a Collective Farm Page 237 Prepare for May 1, R. W. Robson Page 242 The Class Character of the Palestine Rising, J. B. Page 251 World of Labour:—New South Wales Coal Strike Page 254 BOOK REVIEW: Marxian Economics applied to Conditions To-day, W. H. W.
Vol. 12 May 1930 No. 5 Page 259 Notes of the Month: MAY DAY AND THE WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS, R. Palme Dutt Page 267 Some Lessons of the Woollen Textile Struggle, Clemens Dutt Page 278 The Unemployed and May Day, Hugo Rathbone Page 290 The Fight of the Engineering Workers, J. R. Scott Page 298 Folded Arms!, Reg. Groves Page 305 War and the National Question, N. Lenin Page 316 World of Labour:—U.S.A. Page 318 BOOK REVIEW: The Early Intellectual Development of Karl Marx, H. C. S.
Vol. 12 June 1930 No. 6 Page 323 Notes of the Month: THE INDIAN NATIONAL REVOLUTION, Clemens Dutt Page 334 The Woollen Strike and the Struggle for Power, John A. Mahon Page 339 Finance-Capital and the Coal Bill, D. J. Parsons Page 348 The World Crisis in Textiles, Freda Utley Page 356 The Revolt in Haiti, George Padmore Page 367 The Negro Question, P. G. Page 373 World of Labour:—Indo-China—The Revolt of Yen Bay Page 375 BOOK REVIEWS: Building Socialism in the Workers’ State, Maurice H. Dobb A Gentile’s Survey of Zionism, R.F. Bridgeman The Communist Manifesto, Reg. Groves
Vol. 12 July 1930 No. 7 Page 387 Notes of the Month: THE SIMON COMMISSION REPORT, R. Page Arnot Page 404 The Economic Crisis of British Imperialism, William Rust Page 413 Who is this Gandhi?, Shapurji Saklatvala Page 418 The Place of the Peasantry in the Indian Revolution, Hugo Rathbone Page 429 The Growth of the Indian Strike Movement, 1919-29, Percy Glading Page 435 Strike Experiences of the British Minority Movement, John A. Mahon Page 442 World of Labour:—India—Indo-China—France
Vol. 12 August 1930 No. 8 Page 451 “Disarmament”, N. Lenin Page 461 The Present Crisis and the Move Towards War, L. Madyar Page 470 The Intelligentsia and the War, Hugo Rathbone Page 486 Modern Aeroplanes and the Next War, T. H. Wintringham Page 492 “Preparedness” in the Border States, G. Allen Hutt Page 498 The Attack on the German Workers, F. Heckert Page 503 World of Labour:—Finland—Spain Page 507 BOOK REVIEWS: An Intimate Appreciation of Lenin, Wm. Gallacher “Wilkes and Liberty”, Reg. Groves
Vol. 12 September 1930 No. 9 Page 515 Notes of the Month: THE NEW EMPIRE SOCIALISM, R. Palme Dutt Page 530 The Empire “Solution” for Unemployment, R. Page Arnot Page 539 Faked Indian Statistics as Imperialist Propaganda Chattopadhyaya Page 546 Lessons of the Seamen’s Struggle, Maurice Ferguson Page 555 “The General Election in Canada, Stewart Smith Page 558 A Revolutionary Municipal Policy, B. Mcintosh Page 565 World of Labour:—Australia—A Year of the Labour Movement Page 569 BOOK REVIEWS: About a Certain “Experiment in Autobiography”, M. Pokrovsky The Early Correspondence of Marx and Engels, L.F.W.
Vol. 12 October 1930 No. 10 Page 579 Notes of the Month: TOWARDS UNITED WORKERS’ ADVANCE, R. Palme Dutt Page 592 The Nottingham Trades Union Congress, Harry Pollitt Page 603 The Meaning of the Labour Party Conference, William Rust Page 609 Australia Under Orders, Hugo Rathbone Page 617 The New Theatre in the Soviet Union, Tom Thomas Page 625 The National Question in the U.S.S.R., J. Stalin Page 632 World of Labour:—The French Textile Strike—The Mutiny in Meerut Jail—The Labour Movement in Indo-China Page 638 BOOK REVIEWS: Building Socialism in Soviet Turkestan, Clemens Dutt Adventures of a Revolutionary “Hobo”, E.C.R.
Vol. 12 November 1930 No. 11 Page 643 Notes of the Month: FASCISM, EMPIRE AND THE LABOUR PARTY, R. Palme Dutt Page 657 Parties and Policies in Britain, William Rust Page 663 Danger Ahead, Stewart Purkis Page 670 Soviet Dumping and the Wheat Pools, Dan Richards Page 676 Canada and the Empire, A. Morgan Page 684 Writers on Soviet Russia, Marice H. Dobb Page 689 The Working Class and the Novel, Harold Heslop Page 693 World of Labour:—Seamen’s International—Spain—China Page 699 BOOK REVIEWS: The Dotage of the Hammonds, Reg. Groves A Humanitarian Economist, H.R.
Vol. 12 December 1930 No. 12 Page 707 Notes of the Month: THE NEW POLITICAL SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt Page 720 The Indian Round-Table Conference, Shapurji Saklatvala Page 725 The Soviet Farm-Worker, Joan Beauchamp Page 733 The Crime of R101, T. H. Wintringham Page 739 Canada and the Imperial Conference, Leslie Morris Page 745 The New Wave of Revolt in Egypt, J.B. (Jerusalem) Page 750 World of Labour:—Palestine Page 753 BOOK REVIEWS: Engels as Pioneer of Scientific Socialism, H.C.S. Militant Materialism, G. A. Hutt
Vol. 13 January 1931 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: 1931 AND WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 17 South Wales and the Miners’ Struggle, Garfield Williams Page 29 The Communist Party and the Whitechapel By-Election, Harry Pollitt Page 35 The Mosley Manifesto, William Rust Page 41 Parasitic Decay of British Imperialism, Hugo Rathbone Page 54 The Meaning of Militant Materialism, N. Lenin Page 63 World of Labour:—Spain
Vol. 13 February 1931 No. 2 Page 67 Notes of the Month: EITHER—OR, R. Palme Dutt Page 86 The Indian Round-Table Conference, Shapurji Saklatvala Page 93 Impressions of South Wales, Tom Mann Page 95 The Fight against Imperialism, R. Bridgeman Page 100 Crisis—Conflict—Counter Offensive, William Joss Page 103 British Finance-Capital in West Africa, George Padmore Page 117 Strike Struggles in Australia, L. Sharkey Page 123 World of Labour:—International Miners—Germany Page 126 BOOK REVIEW: The Workers Plan their Industry, H.C.S.
Vol. 13 March 1931 No. 3 Page 131 Notes of the Month: THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt Page 147 We must become Masters of Technique, J. Stalin Page 155 The Workers’ Counter Offensive, William Rust Page 162 The Cotton Weavers’ Struggle and Victory, H. Lee Page 169 Engineering Workers, Be Prepared!, Jack Tanner Page 175 Lessons of the Strike in South Wales, Ben Francis Page 183 In Memory of the Paris Commune, V. I. Lenin Page 187 BOOK REVIEWS: Boughton on Bach, E.C.R. The Broadcasting Babble Machine, B.W.
Vol. 13 April 1931 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: LEFT SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM, R. Palme Dutt Page 215 On the Eve of the Charter Convention, Harry Pollitt Page 221 Organising “Slave Labour” in Britain, Fred Douglas Page 228 Social Democracy and War on the Soviet Union, G. Allen Hutt Page 237 Forced Labour in Africa, George Padmore Page 248 British Workers and the World “Spartakiade”, Vic Farrant Page 252 BOOK REVIEWS: The Up-to-Date Fabian, Reg. Groves The Anti-War Movement during the World War, R.P.
Vol. 13 May 1931 No. 5 Page 259 Notes of the Month: INDIA, R. Palme Dutt Page 275 The I.L.P. and “Moscow” Methods, Hugo Rathbone Page 283 The Workers’ Charter Convention, John A. Mahon Page 287 Revolt on the Railways, “Railworker” Page 292 “Disarmament” and the Coming War, G. Allen Hutt Page 300 From Fascism to Communism, Lieut. D. Scheringer Page 303 The Indian National Congress, V. Chattopadhyaya Page 308 Labour Imperialism and East Africa, George Padmore Page 315 BOOK REVIEWS: Marxism and Military Science, T. B. “Who will Destroy Whom”—Socialism or Capitalism, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 13 June 1931 No. 6 Page 323 Notes of the Month: WAR MANOEUVRES, R. Palme Dutt Page 339 Which Way Out of the Crisis?, William Rust Page 344 Indian Mill-Owners Cry Halt!, Bernard Houghton Page 352 Recent Events in Australia, Dan Richards Page 358 The Attack on the Engineers, Edmund Frow Page 366 Labour Imperialism and East Africa, George Padmore Page 374 Marxism and the National Problem, J. Stalin Page 381 World of Labour:—Burma Page 383 BOOK REVIEW: Population Theory and the Class Struggle, J. R. S.
Vol. 13 July 1931 No. 7 Frontispiece: The LABOUR MONTHLY in the May Day Demonstration, 1931 Page 387 An Appeal Page Page 389 Notes of the Month: 1921-1931, R. Palme Dutt Page 406 Messages of Greeting Page 412 The Struggle for the Masses in Britain, A. Lozovsky Page 415 British Economy and the Task of the LABOUR MONTHLY, E. Varga Page 417 Ten Years, R. Page Arnot Page 427 Cartoon Page 428 A Decade of British Workers’ Struggle, William Rust Page 431 Cartoon Page 432 Ten Years of Economic Crisis, Hugo Rathbone Page 440 The Royal Commission on Unemployment, William Gallacher Page 444 Socialism versus the Labour Government, Joseph Southall Page 447 Marx on Kautsky (with facsimile of Marx’ letter) Page 453 Bourgeois History and Historical Materialism, D. S. Mirsky Page 460 BOOK REVIEWS: Lessons of the Paris Commune, H. C. S. The Idealism of Industrial Peace, Rail Group
Vol. 13 August 1931 No. 8 Page 467 Notes of the Month: WORLD CRISIS AND WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 485 August 1st, 1931, Harry Pollitt Page 491 The Crisis in Germany, Maurice Dobb Page 499 World War and Proletarian Revolution, Friedrich Engels Page 502 The Mining Situation To-day, Ben Francis Page 509 British Railways and Workers’ Struggle, Geo. Pennington Page 515 Marxism and the National Problem, J. Stalin Page 521 BOOK REVIEWS: British Imperialism in Ireland, S. M. The Final Stage of Karl Kautsky, G. Allen Hutt A Typical British Trade Union, Reg. Groves
Vol. 13 September 1931 No. 9 Page 533 Notes of the Month: TOWARDS NATIONAL COALITION, R. Palme Dutt Page 551 The Bankruptcy of German Capitalism, J. L. Page 558 The Metal Workers Face Fresh Struggles, P. Glading Page 566 Left Wing Socialism and Communism: The I.L.P. and the Labour Party, Thomas Murray Where does the I.L.P. stand?, “S.” Page 573 The Congress of Vienna, G. Allen Hutt Page 580 Bernard Shaw, A. Lunacharsky Page 583 Marxism and the National Problem, J. Stalin Page 588 BOOK REVIEWS: The Theory of the State, G. Allen Hutt The Socialisation of Agriculture, H. W. G.
Vol. 13 October 1931 No. 10 Page 597 Notes of the Month: THE GREAT TURNING POINT, R. Palme Dutt Page 616 The Charter Fight against all Cuts, Harry Pollitt Page 624 Britain and American Finance-Capital, Karl Radek Page 629 British Imperialism at Bay, Hugo Rathbone Page 636 The Second Round-Table Conference, Shapurji Saklatvala Page 643 Aerial Supremacy, Tom Lincoln (Tom Wintringham) Page 649 The Philosophical Discussion in the C.P.S.U. in 1930-31, D. S Mirsky
Vol. 13 November 1931 No. 11 Page 661 Notes of the Month: THE MASS STRUGGLE AFTER THE ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt Page 684 The Struggle and the Factories, J. Shields Page 689 Left Wing Socialism and Communism: Money and the I.L.P., Hugo Rathbone Page 702 Marx and Darwin, E. Kolman Page 706 Marxism and the National Problem, J. Stalin Page 713 World of Labour:—Britain—Germany—France—Italy
Vol. 13 December 1931 No. 12 Page 723 Our Conference Page 725 Notes of the Month: NEW PROBLEMS, R. Palme Dutt Page 739 British Workers and the War in Manchuria, George Hardy Left Wing Socialism and Communism: Page 747 The Opposition in the I.L.P., William Rust Page 756 The I.L.P. Waits to See, B. J. Boothroyd Page 759 Organising the Fight against the Means Test, B. Woolley Page 766 Tariffs and the Working Class, A. MacGregor Page 777 The Workers Welfare League of India, K. S. Bhat Page 780 Marxism and the National Problem, J. Stalin Page 785 BOOK REVIEW: The Anti-Imperialist Review, A. E. H.
Vol. 14 January 1932 No. 1 Page 5 Notes of the Month: 1932, R. Palme Dutt Page 16 Concerning Our Revolution, V. I. Lenin Page 20 The Government of Hunger and War, William Joss Page 25 The Cotton Workers’ Fight, Ted Ainley Page 34 Left Socialism and Communism: The I.L.P. is Social-Democracy, N. C. Soderland Page 40 Growing Revolt in Japan, Nakata Page 47 Intellectual Freedom and Communism, R. Rolland and A. Lunachaesky Page 52 Report of Our Conference Page 60 BOOK REVIEWS: The Revolutionary Workers’ Struggle in History, H. C. S. An Old Established Firm, W. R. The Truth about the I.L.O., G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 14 February 1932 No. 2 Page 69 The Labour Monthly Conference—A Review Page 83 After the Labour Monthly Conference I. Conference Impressions and Ideas, Len Kaye II. R.P. DUTT’S Opening Letter to the Conference Page 87 The Indian Masses Move Forward D. P. R. Gunawardena Page 93 The Fourth Year of the Five-Year Plan, N. Ossinsky Page 98 British Freedom, T. H. Wintringham Page 103 The Sharpening Struggle in Canada, Sam Carr Page 113 The Outlook of Bertrand Russell, D. S. Mirsky Page 120 BOOK REVIEWS: The Economic Position of Japan, N. N. Baron Allen of Hurtwood, W. R. Roy Repudiates his Past, K. A. W. Another British “Marxist”, J. R. S. The Shadow and the Reality in China, A. D. A Lenin Bibliography, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 14 March 1932 No. 3 Page 133 Notes of the Month: THE WAR-PHASE OF THE WORLD CRISIS, R. Palme Dutt Page 158 March 8th, 1932, N. Krupskaya Page 162 Trade Unions and the Fight, Harry Pollitt Page 170 Recent Economic Struggles and their Lessons, J. R. Campbell Page 177 A Chinese Worker’s Letter Page 180 Medicine in the Service of the Bourgeoisie, David I. Frost Page 187 A Vital Sphere of Leninist Theory, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 14 April 1932 No. 4 Page 197 Lenin’s Letter on the Hague Peace Conference Page 202 The Imperialist War—Is Britain Neutral?, William Rust Page 208 The Imperialist War-Makers and the Anti-Imperialist Struggle, Clemens Dutt Page 217 An Interview with Gandhi, Charles Petrasch Page 225 Imperialism “Tackles” the Indian Problem, K. Milani Page 235 From Cosgrave to De Valera, Sean Murray Page 240 Class against Class on May Day, Emile Burns Page 243 The Second Five-Year Plan, J. R. Shanley Page 249 BOOK REVIEWS: A Study of the World’s Negro Toilers, H. R. The Prince Calls Up the Youth Reserves, M. R. An Open Conflict Inevitable, R. S. Flights of Fact, N.W.F.Z. A Working Class Writer’s Journal from Polish Ukraine, S. I.
Vol. 14 May 1932 No. 5 Page 261 The War Crisis R.P. Dutt’s Letter to the Second LABOUR MONTHLY Conference Page 270 Cartoon Page 271 The Defence of the Fatherland, N. Lenin Page 277 The War Front in the West, R. Bridgeman Page 284 Cartoon Page 285 The League of War, William Joss Page 290 The War and the Social Democrats, T. H. Wintringham Page 296 Cartoon Page 297 The War and the Pacifists, Gore Graham Page 306 The War and the Unemployed, Wal Hannington Page 309 The Tolerant Revolutionaries, H. Lee Page 313 “Left Imperialism” and the Negro Toilers, George Padmore Page 320 The Second LABOUR MONTHLY Conference Page 326 World of Labour:—U.S.A.—Poland Page 330 BOOK REVIEWS: Social Democracy Prepares for War, J. R. S. Aldous Huxley Makes Munitions, J. P. D. A Corner Store of Bolshevism, G. Allen Hutt “Industrial Peace”, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 14 June 1932 No. 6 Page 339 Notes of the Month: A CRITICAL HOUR, R. Palme Dutt Page 356 The War Front in the East, J. R. Shanley Page 362 Ottawa and the Drive to War, Hugo Rathbone Page 369 The Miners’ Fight for Seven Hours, Ed. Laughlin Page 377 The First Bolshevik Workers’ Daily, Stephen Garry Page 383 Mr. Wells Shows His Class, D. S. Mirsky Page 388 Medicine in the Service of the Bourgeoisie: I. A Further Contribution, E. A. Fidler II. A Reply, David I. Frost Page 395 BOOK REVIEWS: A Revolutionary Attitude to Religion, J. Y. An Insoluble Problem—for Capitalism, E. B. An Italian Traitor Surveys his Handiwork, T. B. Potemkin and Invergordon, Len Wincott
Vol. 14 July 1932 No. 7 Page 405 Notes of the Month: THE BURNING QUESTION OF WORKING-CLASS UNITY, R. Palme Dutt Page 424 Advancing the Fight of the Unemployed, William Gallacher Page 430 Germany at the Cross Roads, J. R. Campbell Page 439 The Economic Situation of the German Peasantry, Paul Massing Page 450 Kuomintang versus Soviets, A. Y. Page 459 BOOK REVIEWS: A Revolutionary Attitude to Religion, J. Y. An Insoluble Problem—for Capitalism, E. B. An Italian Traitor Surveys his Handiwork, T. B.
Vol. 14 August 1932 No. 8 Page 467 Notes of the Month: ANTI-WAR DAY AND THE UNITED FRONT—LAUSANNE, GENEVA AND THE WAR CRISIS—THE OTTAWA CONFERENCE—THE I.L.P. CONFERENCE AT BRADFORD, R. Palme Dutt Page 482 The Bradford I.L.P. Conference and After, Harry Pollitt Page 491 The War on Ireland, William Rust Page 497 Modern Weapons and Warfare, T. H. Wintringham Page 505 1914-1932: To War Under Social Democracy!, N. C. Soderland Page 511 The Struggles of the Cotton Workers, A Cotton Worker Page 514 Kuomintang versus Soviets, A. Y. Page 521 World of Labour BRITAIN: LABOUR MONTHLY Conference BELGIUM: The General Strike in the Mining Area
Vol. 14 September 1932 No. 9 Page 533 Notes of the Month: THE I.L.P. AND REVOLUTION, R. Palme Dutt Page 563 The I.L.P.—Has It Really Changed?, J. R. Campbell Page 571 The Future of the I.L.P., An Ex-I.L.P.er Page 577 The Newcastle Congress, W. Allen Page 583 On Our Strategy and Tactics in Struggle against Fascism, Ernst Thaelmann Page 591 BOOK REVIEW: Lenin and the Conquest of Power, G. C. S.
Vol. 14 October 1932 No. 10 Page 595 Notes of the Month: NEWCASTLE, LEICESTER AND THE RISING WAVE OF STRUGGLE, R. Palme Dutt Page 615 Retreating from Communism?, Andrew Rothstein Page 623 I.L.P. “Revolutionary Policy”—Discussion: I. The Position of the I.L.P., Joesph Southall II. Converging Tracks?, W. Graham Page 627 The Strike of the Belgian Miners, William Zak Page 633 Theology and Science in the Period of Capitalist Decline, Gore Graham Page 643 Marx and Engels on Ireland, T. A. Jackson Page 649 BOOK REVIEWS: The Hesitant Materialist, Clemens Hutt The Inventions of Mr. Maxton, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 14 November 1932 No. 11 Page 659 Notes of the Month: TERRORISM, MASS STRUGGLE AND MILITANT UNITY, R. Palme Dutt Page 676 Fifteen Years of Soviet Power, R. W. Robson Page 681 Dictatorship of the Proletariat and Britain, Bob McIlhone Page 686 The Strike of the Belgian Miners (concluded), William Zakn Page 692 “Revolutionary Policy”—Discussion: I. The Revolutionary Policy Committee and its Tasks, Len Marks II. A Definition of “Revolutionary Policy”, Cyril Butler III. The I.L.P. and Revolution, A Former Maxtonite Page 702 British Scientists and the World Crisis, B. Sc. Page 710 Marx and Engels on Ireland, pt. II. Page 716 BOOK REVIEWS: Capitalist Housing and How to Fight it, D. G. Misleading Humbug, N. C. S. A Manual of World Revolution, S. G.
Vol. 14 December 1932 No. 12 Page 723 Notes of the Month: LESSONS OF THE COMMUNIST CONGRESS, R. Palme Dutt Page 737 The Communist Party Congress, William Rust Page 743 Preparing Strike Action on the Railways, E. Woolley Page 749 The Struggles of the Unemployed, Pat Devine Page 755 I.L.P. “Revolutionary Policy”—Discussion : I. Revolution and Political Realism, J. Middleton Murray Editorial Reply II. Is There a Revolutionary Policy in the I.L.P.?, P. L. Dooley Page 765 The Communal Award and Gandhi, Bernard Houghton Page 769 Marx and Engels on Ireland, pt. III. Page 776 BOOK REVIEW: A Doctor who does not Diagnose, P. G. B.
Vol. 15 January 1933 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: 1933 AND ANGLO-AMERICAN ANTAGONISM, R. Palme Dutt Page 23 The Manoeuvres of the T.U.C., Harry Pollitt Page 31 I.L.P. “Revolutionary Policy”—Discussion: I. The Present Position of the I.L.P., Jack Gaster II. The Dilemma of I.L.P. Revolutionaries, D. Edwards Page 40 Materialism and the Concept of Behaviour, L. H. Page 46 Modern Weapons and Revolution, T. H. Wintringham Page 53 Marx and Engels on Ireland IV. Page 61 BOOK REVIEW: The Philosophic Problem of Science, H. C. S.
Vol. 15 February 1933 No. 2 Page 67 Notes of the Month: THE FIGHT FOR SOCIALISM AND THE DAILY STRUGGLE, R. Palme Dutt Page 84 Dialectical Materialism and Natural Science, Clemens Dutt Page 96 The Meerut Sentences, R. Page Arnot Page 102 War and the Partition of China, R. Bridgeman Page 111 How the League of Nations Works, An Eye-Witness Page 116 Imperialism and the Split in Socialism, N. Lenin Page 126 BOOK REVIEWS: A Typical British Viceroy, S. S. Trade Unions in the U.S.S.R., D. R.
Vol. 15 March 1933 No. 3 Page 133 Notes of the Month: MARXISM AFTER FIFTY YEARS, R. Palme Dutt Page 163 An Introduction to Marx and Engels, V. Adoratski Page 170 How Lenin Studied Marx, N. Krupskaya Page 182 Ideology in General, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Page 189 The Future of the Rank and File Movements, J. R. Campbell Page 196 I.L.P. “Revolutionary Policy”—Discussion: I. Editorial Statement and LABOUR MONTHLY Conference Announcement II. The Twenty-One Conditions of Admission to the Communist International III. The Marxism of the I.L.P., Bob McIlhone
Vol. 15 April 1933 No. 4 Page 211 Notes of the Month: UNITED FRONT AND REVOLUTIONARY UNITY, R. Palme Dutt Page 238 The I.L.P. Conference, William Rust Page 244 The Belfast Railway Strike, William Cowe Page 170 The German Situation, R. F. Andrews Page 257 World of Labour: BRITAIN: LABOUR MONTHLY Conference on Revolutionary Policy I. R.P. Dutt’s Letter II. Report of Conference INTERNATIONAL: For the United Front against Fascism! Page 270 BOOK REVIEW: Lenin and the Masses, Harry Pollitt
Vol. 15 May 1933 No. 5 Page 275 Notes of the Month: THE FIGHT AGAINST FASCISM, R. Palme Dutt Page 302 The Ford Strikers Win a Victory, C. Berridge Page 306 The Struggle in the South African Gold Mines, A South African Worker Page 314 Medical Research for Hunger and War, D. R. Mortimer Page 324 A Discussion of Dialectical Materialism, E. F. Carritt Page 330 BOOK REVIEWS: The Loot of China—Two Recipes, L. N. R. “Snobbery with Violence”, J. B. An Ignorant Account of Soviet Agriculture, J. B. Who were the Molly Maguires?, A.B.F.W.
Vol. 15 June 1933 No. 6 Page 339 Notes of the Month: THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt Page 358 Revision of the Versailles Treaty, Karl Radek Page 365 The World Economic Conference, Hugo Rathbone Page 379 Revolutionary Trade Unionism in Action, E. Woolley Page 383 A Discussion of Dialectical Materialism, E. F. Carritt Page 392 Marx and Engels on India, pt. I
Vol. 15 July 1933 No. 7 Page 403 Notes of the Month: THE INTERNATIONAL UNITED FRONT CAMPAIGN, R. Palme Dutt Page 422 Towards a United Revolutionary Party, William Rust Page 431 A Strike under Rank-and-File Leadership, Tom Roberts Page 436 The German Trade Unions in the “Third Empire”, Max Petersen Page 441 A Discussion of Dialectical Materialism: I., P. A. Sloan II., LL. Thomas III., Prof. H. Levy Page 453 Marx and Engels on India, pt. II. Page 458 World of Labour: INTERNATIONAL: Documents on the United Front (Announcement on opposite page)
Vol. 15 August 1933 No. 8 Page 469 Notes of the Month: THE WORLD ECONOMIC CONFERENCE AND WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 488 From Bernstein to Hitler, Fritz Heckert Page 494 The I.L.P. and the Comintern, Bob Edwards Page 498 Unity versus the Manoeuvres of Citrine & Co., John A. Mahon Page 503 A Discussion of Dialectical Materialism: I., J. M. Hay II., T. A. Jackson Page 512 Marx and Engels on India, pt. III. Page 518 World of Labour: IRELAND: Manifesto of the Communist Party of Ireland Page 270 BOOK REVIEWS: Small Storehouses of Leninism, A London Street Cell One More Attempt to Patch It Up, “Bill the Busman” The Rural Background of Socialist Construction, G. Allen Hutt Who Shall Set Asunder?, Sh. S.
Vol. 15 September 1933 No. 9 Page 531 The Trades Union Congress, Fascism and War, J. R. Campbell Page 543 Roosevelt’s New Deal, R. Page Arnot Page 552 “Social-Credit” and the Petit-Bourgeoisie, Maurice Dobb Page 558 For German Working-Class Unity! Page 568 Dialectical Materialism and Communism, Rudas Page 578 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement (Announcement on opposite page)
Vol. 15 October 1933 No. 10 Page 597 Notes of the Month: THE LABOUR MOVEMENT AND FASCISM, R. Palme Dutt Page 618 Dictatorship at Brighton and Hastings, J. R. Campbell Page 627 The Assyrians in Iraq, R. Bridgeman Page 633 Dialectical Materialism and Communism (concluded), Rudas Page 645 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-95, pt. II. Page 270 BOOK REVIEWS: An Approach to Marxist Philosophy, J. G. Ammunition on the Five Year Plan, Jas. B.
Vol. 15 November 1933 No. 11 Page 661 Notes of the Month: THE INTERNATIONAL, R. Palme Dutt Page 664 To Friends of THE LABOUR MONTHLY Page 667 The New Attack and the Need for Unity, Harry Pollitt Page 684 Is Queen Anne Dead?, N. B. Hunter Page 691 The Gold Rush in Kenya, J. Kenyatta Page 684 A Decade of China—1922-1932, G.L. Pu Page 257 World of Labour: GREAT BRITAIN: Documents on the United Front Page 270 BOOK REVIEW: Marxism and Economic Geography, J. R. S.
Vol. 15 December 1933 No. 12 Page 725 Notes of the Month: WAR AND THE LABOUR PARTY, R. Palme Dutt Page 744 Roosevelt Takes Up the Gauntlet, Hugo Rathbone Page 753 The Events in Bechuanaland, “African” Page 761 Trotsky on the Russian Revolution, Andrew Rothstein Page 771 A Note on the Falsification of Engels’ Preface to Marx’s “Class Struggles in France”, R. Palme Dutt
Vol. 16 January 1934 No. 1 Page 5 Notes of the Month: AFTER TEN YEARS, R. Palme Dutt Page 25 Lenin, J. Stalin Page 32 Features of the Labour Movement, V. I. Lenin Page 36 The Meaning of the New Unemployment Bill, Wal Hannington Page 44 A Robbery of the Public, Barry Dubow Page 48 The Irish Labour Party and Fascism, Brian O’Neill Page 53 World of Labour: GREAT BRITAIN: Documents on the United Front Page 57 BOOK REVIEWS: From 1844 to 1934, R. Palme Dutt Religion and Communism, R. W. B. A Bolshevik at Work, G. W. M.
Vol. 16 February 1934 No. 2 Page 69 Notes of the Month: THE NATIONAL MARCH AND CONGRESS, R. Palme Dutt Page 85 The Powder Magazine in the Far East, W. M. Holmes Page 90 Towards the I.L.P. Easter Conference I.—Trends in the I.L.P., Eric Whalley II.—The International Question, “Observer” Page 101 Crisis and the Way Forward in Woollens, D. Wilson Page 109 Strike Struggles in Birmingham, Sam Shelton Page 114 American Farmers Ride into Action, Josephine Herbst Page 120 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—IV Page 127 BOOK REVIEWS: The Youth in Two Worlds, A. J. W. Dictatorship and the Commune, D. G.
Vol. 16 March 1934 No. 3 Page 131 Notes of the Month: THE I.L.P. CHOICE, R. Palme Dutt Page 144 A Poem—The Test, T. H. Wintringham Page 145 General Strike and Uprising in Austria, H. Rathbone Page 153 Stavisky—A Portent, Frank Jellinek Page 161 Who Fights Against Starvation?, E. Woolley Page 165 Successes in the Scottish Miners’ Struggles, Abe Moffatt Page 173 The Background in India, Ben Bradley Page 178 William Morris versus the Morris Myth, R. Page Arnot Page 185 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—V
Vol. 16 April 1934 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: WITHER 1934?, R. Palme Dutt Page 220 After the Congress of Action, William Rust Page 225 The Congress of Action and Youth in Industry, John Gollan Page 233 Austria and the Art of Insurrection, Thomas Allen Page 239 China and the Policy of the Kuomintang, Lao Liu Page 245 The Struggle against Fascism, A. Layne Page 249 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—VI Page 254 BOOK REVIEWS: Morris Biographized, R. Palme Dutt A Very Superficial Survey, G. Allen Hutt More than a Guide Book, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 16 May 1934 No. 5 Page 259 Notes of the Month: MAY DAY, 1934, R. Palme Dutt Page 273 The Conference of the I.L.P. and After, Eric Whalley Page 280 Towards the Counter-Offensive, John A. Mahon Page 287 Speeding Up Engineering To-day, Arthur Edgar Upton Page 295 Railways and the Struggle Against Fascism, R. Darwen Page 303 Terror in Cyprus, Evdoros Joannides Page 308 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—VII (Including Engels on the first May Day in Britain) Page 314 BOOK REVIEWS: British Fascism, R. Palme Dutt Metal Fatigue—or Sabotage?, A. J. W. The Plaint of a Social Fascist, R. S.
Vol. 16 June 1934 No. 6 Page 325 Notes of the Month: THE RACE TO WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 341 The May Day Strike at Lucas, E. Woolley Page 346 The Struggle of the Indian Textile Workers, M. Singh Page 353 Letter to the Austrian Workers, Georgi Dimitrov Page 365 The Bankruptcy of Trotskyism, L. Magyar Page 373 Now They are Madmen, Ilya Ehrenbourg Page 380 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—VIII
Vol. 16 July 1934 No. 7 Page 387 Notes of the Month: THE ANTI-FASCIST FRONT, R. Palme Dutt Page 403 The Meaning of the Sedition Bill, “Barrister-at-Law” Page 413 The Hays Wharf Strike, John A. Mahon Page 418 The “New Deal” Swindle, Harry Gannes Page 428 Japanese Imperialism and the Open Door in China, Yu-Sun Page 432 “Marxism” in Caricature, R. Palme Dutt Page 440 BOOK REVIEWS: R.P.D. on Fascism and Social Revolution, George Allison Two Views of Roosevelt, John Strachey World Communists in Session, B. W.
Vol. 16 August 1934 No. 8 Page 451 Notes of the Month: THE FIGHT AGAINST WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 465 A Questionnaire on War: I.—Report and Analysis II.—Representative Replies III.—Extracts from other Replies Page 488 1914 and 1934, R. Page Arnot Page 497 War from the Air, T. H. Wintringham Page 502 The 30th of June and the Revolutionary Development in Germany, Ernst Henri
Vol. 16 September 1934 No. 9 Page 515 The Financial Position of the Labour Monthly Page 519 Notes of the Month: NEW ISSUES, R. Palme Dutt Page 536 The Trades Union Congress and the United Front, John A. Mahon Page 545 The New Political Perspectives in Germany, Ernst Henri Page 555 A Questionnaire on War (concluded): I.—Introductory Note II.—Representative Replies III.—Extracts from other Replies Page 563 Dialectical Materialism and Communism—A Postscript, L. Rudas Page 573 World of Labour: The United Front Pact between the French Socialist and Communist Parties
Vol. 16 October 1934 No. 10 Page 579 The Labour Monthly Debt Fund and Guarantee Fund Page Page 583 Notes of the Month: THE ANTI-FASCIST FRONT, R. Palme Dutt Page 599 The T.U.C., Labour Party and Fascism, J. Shields Page 607 The Prospects of the Anti-Fascist Struggle, John Strachey Page 613 The Progress of the Sedition Bill, Ronald Kidd Page 621 World of Labour: Documents on the United Front in France and Italy Page 627 War and the Fighting Instinct, Havelock Ellis Page 629 Marx and Engels on the British Working-Class Movement, 1879-1895—IX Page 633 BOOK REVIEWS: Lenin on Britain, W. R. Co-operation in the U.S.S.R., G. F. Problems of Socialist Evasion, P. A. T.
Vol. 16 November 1934 No. 11 Page 643 Our Financial Appeal Page 647 Notes of the Month: THE UNITED FRONT AND THE LABOUR PARTY, R. Palme Dutt Page 662 A Threat to Ban the Labour Monthly in South Africa Page 663 The Labour Party prepares for War, R. F. Andrews Page 675 The Socialist League. What next?, William Rust Page 680 The Spanish Civil War, R. Page Arnot Page 686 The Republican Congress and Ireland’s Fight, J. Shields Page 692 Dialectical Materialism and Communism—A Postscript I.—A Reply to Rudas, E. Conze II.—Conze Answered, L. Rudas Page 696 BOOK REVIEWS: Politics of the Socialist League, R. Palme Dutt How not to Fight War, T. H. Wintringham A Partial Exposure of Idealism, P. A. S.
Vol. 16 December 1934 No. 12 Page 705 Our Financial Appeal Page 711 Notes of the Month: THE FIGHT FOR THE UNITED FRONT, R. Palme Dutt Page 728 The Next Steps in the Fight against Fascism, George Allison Page 735 Muzzling the League of Youth, John Gollan Page 739 Councils of Action in Spain, “Special Correspondent” Page 744 Agriculture and Industry in Ireland, George Gilmore Page 749 Marx and Engels on the British Working Class Movement, 1879-1895—X Page 757 BOOK REVIEW: Towards the Misunderstanding of Marx, P. A. S.
Vol. 17 January 1935 No. 1 Page 5 Notes of the Month: DANGERS AND HOPES FOR 1935, R. Palme Dutt Page 20 The New Deal for India, Reginald Bridgeman Page 30 A Voice from the Labour Party, H. Brierley Page 32 Dr. Schacht to the Rescue, R. Brown Page 39 Agriculture and Industry in Ireland, George Gilmore Page 47 On the Junius Pamphlet, V. I. Lenin Page 54 BOOK REVIEWS: The Letters of Marx and Engels, R. Page Arnot At Once a Thinker and a Man of Action, W. R. India as in Fact it is, Sh. Saklatvala A Useful Study of Hitlerism, J. Gunther Page 62 Our Financial Appeal
Vol. 17 February 1935 No. 2 Page 67 Our Financial Appeal Page 69 Notes of the Month: THE COMMUNIST PARTY CONGRESS, R. Palme Dutt Page 88 The Naval Conversations, R. Page Arnot Page 95 What I Saw in Spain (an interview), Leah Manning Page 99 Brussels, Leeds and Transport House, E.D. Hunt Page 107 The New Imperialist Strategy in India, Lester Hutchinson Page 114 On the Junius Pamphlet (concluded), V.I. Lenin Page 120 BOOK REVIEWS: The War God’s Mercury, Dorothy Woodman Where They are Curing Crime, D.N. Pritt, K.C. A Useful Series to all Friends of the U.S.S.R., P. A. S. Page 127 List of Past Issues of the LABOUR MONTHLY, containing articles by Marx, Engels and Lenin
Vol. 17 March 1935 No. 3 A Discussion of Trade Union Problems and Policy (see opposite) Page 133 The Financial Position of the LABOUR MONTHLY Page 137 Notes of the Month: NEXT STEPS OF THE UNITED FRONT, R. Palme Dutt Page 153 The National Government in Retreat, Wal Hannington Page 159 The Communist Party in Congress, Bob McIlhone Page 165 Fascism Drives to War, Bernard Schultz Page 171 The Sixty-Six Per Cent. Background to the India Bill, Joan Beauchamp Page 177 The Meaning of Sydney Hook, L. Rudas Page 185 BOOK REVIEW: A Critical Appraisal of the Left Review, Alick West Page 188 Special Supplement: The Labour Monthly United Front Conference: I. Introductory Analysis II. Report of Conference III. Summary of Conclusions
Vol. 17 April 1935 No. 4 A Second United Front Conference (announcement). (See inside Cover) Page 203 A Warning Page 205 Notes of the Month: WAR MOVES, R. Palme Dutt Page 221 Revolution or Reformism Faces the I.L.P. at Derby, R.F. Andrews Page 227 The United Front in South Wales, W. Paynter Page 232 The Cotton Industry and the Fascist Offensive in Lancashire, R. Palme Dutt Page 243 A Discussion on Trade Union Problems and Policy I. A Union President II. A Miners’ Lodge Chairman III. A Railway Branch Secretary IV. A Durham Lodge Delegate Page 249 The Meaning of Sydney Hook (cont.), L. Rudas Page 257 BOOK REVIEWS: Dimitrov, Storm Jameson How it is Done, Bob McLennan Whitewashing the Disarmament Conference, A. W. Soviet Drama, Ivor Montagu Toiler as a Workers’ Playwright, V. W.
Vol. 17 May 1935 No. 5 Page 267 How to Help the LABOUR MONTHLY Page 269 Notes of the Month: MAY DAY—BE PREPARED!, R. Palme Dutt Page 285 British Imperialism’s War, “Observer” Page 291 Mosley and Lancashire, William Rust Page 300 India’s Fight against the India Bill, M. Muzaffar Page 306 A Discussion on Trade Union Problems and Policy—II I. A Patternmakers’ Trades Council Delegate II. A Kent Miners’ Branch President III. A Yorkshire Miner IV. A Durham Lodge Chairman Page 312 The Meaning of Sydney Hook (concluded), L. Rudas Page 321 BOOK REVIEWS: The Achievements of Chapayev, Tom Mann Organised Confusion, W. G. The Obituary of the Times, R. Palme Dutt Back to “Homecrofting”!, P. G.
Vol. 17 June 1935 No. 6 Page 331 The LABOUR MONTHLY Appeals to You Page 333 Notes of the Month: WAR PREPAREDNESS AND THE LABOUR MOVEMENT, R. Palme Dutt Page 347 The I.L.P. at Derby, William Rust Page 353 Lancashire—A “Desperate” Area, “A Group of Lanchaster Readers” Page 359 Abyssinia—Italy’s Manchukuo?, J. W. Smith Page 365 A Discussion on Trade Union Problems and Policy—III I. A Yorkshire Miner II. A London Labour Councillor III. A Scottish Pit Inspector IV. A Clerks Union Branch V. A National Committee Member VI. An Engineer’s Branch Secretary Page 373 The Second Labour Monthly United Front Conference: I. Introductory Analysis II. Report of Conference III. Resolutions Page 387 BOOK REVIEWS: “Mens Sana in Corpore Sano”, Dr. Somerville Hastings An Invigorating Interpretation of the Two Worlds, A. W. A Useful Study of the Jewish Question, H. F. A Landmark of Marxism, G. Allen Hutt
Vol. 17 July 1935 No. 7 Page 395 Stabilisation Means—Retreat Page 397 Notes of the Month: THE GENERAL ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt Page 411 Present Phase of the Arms Race, T. H. Wintringham Page 417 The Surrender of the Labour Party, John Strachey Page 422 Manchester and War by W. BLACKBURN (Manchester District Committee, A.E.U.) Page 425 The T.U.C. and Cotton (An Interview), “A Weavers’ Official” Page 428 A Discussion on Trade Union Problems and Policy—IV I. An Announcement of a Discussion Conference II. Contributions to The Discussion III. A Woman Trade Union Staff Worker IV. A Tramwayman V. A Yorkshire Miner VI. A Railway Clerk’s Delegate VII. Tom Mann VIII. A Builders’ Divisional Council Member IX. A Durham Checkweigher X. A Trade Union Organiser Page 440 Towards the People’s Front in France, “An Observer” Page 445 BOOK REVIEWS: A Valuable Study of the Capitalist Crisis, Emile Burns Women in the Irish Struggle, V. S. True to Type, W. R. Japan on the Road to Fascism, M. B. History Through Russell’s Spectacles, David Guest
Vol. 17 August 1935 No. 8 Page 459 The LABOUR MONTHLY Fund Page 461 Twenty-one Years After, William Rust Page 469 A Discussion on Trade Union Problems and Policy—V I. Contributions to the Discussion 1. A Durham Lodge Chairman 2. A Woodworker 3. A Distributive Worker 4. A Postal Worker 5. A Railway Clerk 6. A Youth Member of the Clerks 7. An Upholsterers’ Organiser 8. A Working Farmer Page 481 II. A Preliminary Survey, John Mahon Page 489 The Fourteenth of July in France—A Documentation Page 493 West Africa and the Sedition Ordinances, S. R. Wood Page 498 Frederick Engels, V. I. Lenin Page 506 Engels and Science, J. D. Bernal Page 514 BOOK REVIEW: Engels’ Housing Question, E. Regan Page 517 Report of the LABOUR MONTHLY Lancashire Conference
Vol. 17 September 1935 No. 9 Page 525 The Issues before the Trades Union Congress, William Rust Page 532 Hands Off Abyssinia, J. M. Kenyatta Page 537 Abyssinia—The Thieves Fall Out, Lester Hutchinson Page 545 The Strike Movement in Road Passenger Transport, A. J. S. Page 553 Towards French Trade Union Unity, Ralph Fox Page 558 Marxism and Education, S. Bodington Page 562 The I.L.P. and International Socialist Unity, J. Hanson Page 569 BOOK REVIEWS: Arms and Men, T. H. Wintringham Rationalisation and its Effects, C. Hoyle A Cheap Edition of Dutt’s “Fascism”, W. R. Story Books for Workers’ Children, Joan Beauchamp Plekhanov on Dialectical Materialism, O. E. B. Page 581 A Reply to Emile Burns, John Strachey Page 587 Stop Press Report of T.U. Policy Conference
Vol. 17 October 1935 No. 10 Page 587 A Warning—and the Way Out Page 589 Notes of the Month: THE NEW EMERGENCY, R. Palme Dutt Page 610 Henri Barbusse: An Obituary Page 611 The Seventh Congress of the Communist International, Harry Pollitt Page 620 Abyssinia, Fascist War and the Labour Movement, John Mahon Page 629 The Margate Trades Union Congress, J. B. Figgins Page 637 Trade Union Conferences of the Labour Monthly: Report of the Discussions on War and Fascism Page 647 BOOK REVIEW: The Volcano of the Balkans, Doros Alastos
Vol. 17 November 1935 No. 11 Page 651 Our Financial Appeal Page 653 Notes of the Month: THE WAR ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt Page 668 The Socialists, the War and the General Election, J. R. Campbell Page 678 The Seventh Congress of the Communist International (concluded), Harry Pollitt Page 685 A Decisive Step to World Trade Union Unity, W. Zak Page 691 Cotton and the Left: A Reply to the Fascist Quarterly, William Rust Page 697 The Background to the Canadian Elections, “Canadian Observer” Page 703 Correspondence: On the Nature of the Capitalist Crisis, “Interested” Page 707 BOOK REVIEWS: An Indictment of the Government’s Health Policy, “M.D.” Enthusiastic but Still Lacking Understanding, Alick West Housing in Manchester, E.R. A Study of African Dancing, W.F.
Vol. 17 December 1935 No. 12 Page 715 Notes of the Month: AFTER THE ELECTION, R. Palme Dutt Page 732 British Foreign Policy, R. Page Arnot Page 741 Why We Broke with the I.L.P., C.K. Cullen Page 747 Why Rank and File Movements, E.D. Sheehan Page 750 Henri Barbusse, Andre Marty Page 762 Correspondence: On the Application of Sanctions Page 765 BOOK REVIEWS: The Politics of the Fascist War, M.H. Dolph American Capitalism Analysed, F.M.R Page 775 Financial Appeal
Vol. 18 January 1936 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: A LANDMARK OF THE BRITISH LABOUR MOVEMENT, R. Palme Dutt Page 27 The Labour Party’s Future, William Rust Page 34 The Miners’ Struggle in Notts., W.L. Ellis Page 40 Thieves’ Cant, R. Page Arnot Page 45 Iceland and British Imperialism, Einar Olgeirsson Page 50 Backward Europe and Progressive Asia, V.I. Lenin Page 52 Correspondence: On Cotton and the Left Page 53 BOOK REVIEWS: The Three Great Crises, John Strachey The Cotton Industry, H.S. An Education Contrast, A.F.B. The Man at the Wheel, W. Zak “They Might Be Us”, Sylvia Townsend Warner The Background to the Sino-Japanese Conflict, W. Chang Page 63 The Financial Position
Vol. 18 February 1936 No. 2 Page 68 Shapurji Saklatvala: A Portrait and an Appreciation by the Editor Page 69 Notes of the Month: THE NEW INTERATATIONAL SITUATION, R. Palme Dutt Page 82 The Fight for Unity in Parliament, William Gallacher, M.P. Page 87 Problems of Labour Policy, David Freeman, R.F. St. John Reade, E. Shearer, Prof. G.E.G. Catlin Page 97 The Communist Party and Unity, Harry Pollitt Page 101 A. A. Purcell: A Champion of Working-Class Unity, John A. Mahon Page 110 Notes on British Foreign Policy, George Graham Page 120 The Miners’ Two Bob: A Review, Arthur Horner Page 124 BOOK REVIEWS: Breaking New Ground, P. Zinkin How a Liberal turned to Revolution, P.B. Social Implications of Modern Genetics, K. Page 127 The Financial Appeal: A Record Print to Celebrate!
Vol. 18 March 1936 No. 3 Page 131 Problems of Labour Policy, Prof. Harold Laski, John Lewis, B. Sc., W. H. Bennett, and the editor of THE ROTHERHITHE LABOUR NEWS Page 140 Unity in Lancashire, William Rust Page 144 Some Questions of Unity in France, Maurice Thorez Page 149 The Anti-Imperialist People’s Front in India, R. Palme Dutt and Ben Bradley Page 161 The Problem of African Independence, H. Rathbone Page 173 The Menace to World Peace in Mongolia, “Observer” Page 177 The Stakhanov Movement, Andrew Rothstein Page 184 BOOK REVIEWS: An Indian on “The October Revolution”, V.D. Chitale World Unemployment, F.W.B. Two Working Class Novels, Alick West Page 191 A Warning on Finance
Vol. 18 April 1936 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: THE LABOUR PARTY DISCUSSION, R. Palme Dutt Page 206 Problems of Labour Policy, R. McKinnon Wood, T.D. Smith, John Morris, and Leonard Wells Page 214 On the Knife Edge, Aitken Ferguson Page 221 Tom Mann, G. Allen Hutt Page 227 Easter Week, 1916, Pat Devine Page 237 The Problem of African Independence, (concluded)H. Rathbone Page 250 BOOK REVIEWS: Revolution and Freedom of Ideas, Montagu Slater A Human Reforging, Tamara Rust Wanted a Signpost, D.G. Page 255 The Appeal Fund
Vol. 18 May 1936 No. 5 Page 259 Notes of the Month: BRITAIN AND EUROPE, R. Palme Dutt Page 269 Problems of Labour Policy, George Hicks, M.P. Page 277 Problems of Trade Unionism in 1936, Arthur Horner Page 282 Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress, Jawaharlal Nehru Page 295 A Working-Class Peace Policy, Harry Pollitt Page 316 BOOK REVIEWS: Seeking the Cure for Mental Illness, Jonathan Kemp Unravelling the Tangle, E.B. Page 319 The Financial Appeal
Vol. 18 June 1936 No. 6 Page 323 The Financial Position of the Labour Monthly for 1936 Page 327 Notes of the Month: THE PEOPLE’S FRONT, R. Palme Dutt Page 340 Problems of Labour Policy, Aneurin Bevan, M.P., Rev. Richard Lee, Councillor A. E. Turpin, G. D. Miller and B. J. Chaplin Page 353 Problems of Trade Unionism in 1936 I. Rationalisation Problems, J. R. Campbell II. Printing Trade Questions, Gordon Hicks Page 364 The Demand for Colonies, Gore Graham Page 374 The Significance of the Stakhanov Movement, E. Woolley Page 379 BOOK REVIEWS: A Great Revolutionary Fighter, Tom Quelch The Oldest British Colony—“A Study of Poverty”, P.G. Behind the Scenes at Leipzig, W.R. Facts on the Soviet Union, W.R.
Vol. 18 July 1936 No. 7 Page 387 Notes of the Month: AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS, R. Palme Dutt Page 397 Fifteen Years of THE LABOUR MONTHLY, John Strachey Page 400 The Congress of the International Federation of Trade Unions in London, John A. Mahon Page 409 The Events in Palestine, “British Resident” Page 418 Problems of Trade Unionism in 1936 I., Bernard Sullivan (Tailors and Garment Workers II., James Barr (Patternmakers) III., Ted Hill (Boilermakers) VI., Norman Wiseman (Typographical Association) Page 428 Problems of Labour Policy, Councillor H. Eastwood, Councillor R. Bland, Councillor Gilbert Treacher and L. Franklin-Vaile Page 437 Engels and Darwin: Letter to Lavrov Page 443 BOOK REVIEWS: Living Marxism in Britain, R. Palme Dutt The Problems of Nutrition, “A Doctor” Page 454 The Result of the Special Birthday Appeal
Vol. 18 August 1936 No. 8 Special Peace Campaign Articles Page 459 Notes of the Month: THE WORLD PEACE CONGRESS, R. Palme Dutt Page 471 British Labour and the Congress A Message from GEORGE HICKS, M.P. Page 472 World Trade Unionists and the Struggle for Peace, John A. Mahon Page 476 British Pro-Fascists at Montreux, Gore Graham Page 481 For Peace or For Hitler?, Clemens Dutt Page 488 Problems of Labour Policy, G. R. Strauss, M.P., L.C.C., Councillor Toni Regan, J. C. Daniels and William Rust Page 504 Problems of Trade Unionism in 1936 I., J. D. Lawrence (Amalgamated Engineering Union) II., Councillor W. Monslow (Assoc. Society of Engineers and Firemen) III., A Member of the Railway Clerks’ Association VI., J. Jacobs (Furnishing Trades Assoc.) Page 519 The Financial Appeal
Vol. 18 September 1936 No. 9 Page 523 Notes of the Month: BRITAIN AND SPAIN, R. Palme Dutt Page 533 Spain Fights for Democracy, “U.H.P.” Page 542 The First Six Days, “An Eye Witness” Page 547 The World Congress for Peace at Brussels, Sir Norman Angell Page 554 Problems of Trade Unionism I., Percy Allott (Shop Assistants’ Union) II., “N.U.J.” (National Union of Journalists) III., Eva Regan (Burnley Weavers’ Association) Page 564 Problems of Labour Policy, E. A. Gower and Councillor George Hindle Page 569 The Political Background of the Antikainen Trial, Harry Pollitt Page 574 BOOK REVIEWS: “World Politics”, Wm. Paul A Worm’s Eye View of Russia, T. A. Jackson A Forceful Record of Leadership, J.B. Pre-Marxist Materialism, Jonathan Kemp Pares on the New Russia, Tamara Rust Page 583 The Financial Appeal
Vol. 18 October 1936 No. 10 Page 587 Notes of the Month: TO THE DELEGATES OF THE LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE, R. Palme Dutt Page 596 Before The Labour Party Conference, Will Lawther, M.P. Page 600 The Situation in Spain, Senator Georg Branting Page 605 The Results of the Plymouth Congress, Arthur Horner Page 614 The Soviet Trial, R. Page Arnot Page 619 The Strategy of the Foreign Office, Walter Scobell Page 625 The Brussels Peace Congress I. A Message to the Congress, Romain Rolland II. Impressions of the Congress, J. Rowan (General Secretary, Electrical Trades Union) III. The Achievements of the Congress, Pat Sloan Page 635 BOOK REVIEWS: Left Nationalism in India, R. Palme Dutt Diderot, J. Lough A New League of Nations?, Clemens Dutt Whose Law?, W.H.T. A Marchers’ Novel, Aitken Ferguson A Real “Fantasy”, Jonathan Kemp Page 647 The Financial Appeal
Vol. 18 November 1936 No. 11 Page 651 Notes of the Month: AFTER EDINBURGH, R. Palme Dutt Page 665 The Labour Party Conference at Edinburgh, Harold J. Laski Page 672 Labour and Rearmament, J. R. Campbell Page 683 Is Palestine Prosperous?, “British Resident” Page 693 The English Tradition, R. Page Arnot Page 701 BOOK REVIEWS: “Steel Battalion”, A. J. Cummings A Liberal Exposes Italian Fascism, L.W. Lenin the Pathfinder, Wm. Paul The Health of the Mother, Dr. Janet Vaughan A Still Dominant Type, W.R. A Challenge to Prison Reformers, George Allison Scrap the “Smaller House” System, H. R. Page 711 The Financial Position
Vol. 18 December 1936 No. 12 Page 715 Notes of the Month: THE FUTURE OF BRITISH POLITICS, R. Palme Dutt Page 726 What Next after Edinburgh?, H. N. Brailsford Page 731 A Discussion on Edinburgh, Harold J. Laski Page 736 Spain and the Struggle for Peace, Clemens Dutt Page 744 Lessons of the National March, Alfred M. Wall Page 746 Greater London’s Industries—A Problem for Trade Unionism, J. R. Scott Page 754 The All-People’s Front in China, Chen Ming Chu Page 760 BOOK REVIEWS: The Unemployed and their Marches, Aneurin Bevan, M.P. Hitler and Eastern Europe, W.R. Class Bias and History, H.E.P. A Good Introduction to Marxian Socialism, J. R. Campbell Page 769 The Financial Position—A Special Appeal to New and Old Readers
Vol. 19 January 1937 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: WHICH WAY, R. Palme Dutt Page 14 The United Front—and the People’s Front, G.D.H. Cole Page 20 The Economics for a People’s Front, J. A. Hobson Page 24 The Problem of the Distressed Areas, Wal Hannington Page 31 The L.C.C. Elections, G.R. Strauss, M.P., L.C.C. Page 38 Organising the Clothing Trades, Bernard Sullivan Page 43 The New Soviet Constitution, Pat Sloan Page 51 Shapurji Saklatvala, 1874-1936, Wm. Gallacher, M.P. Page 54 Selected Letters, V. I. Lenin Page 60 BOOK REVIEW: Spain on our Doorstep, I. M. Page 63 Financial Position—A New Year’s Suggestion
Vol. 19 February 1937 No. 2 Page 66 In Memory of Ralph Fox, R. Palme Dutt Page 67 Notes of the Month: THE UNITY CAMPAIGN, R. Palme Dutt Page 78 Problems of Unity and the People’s Front: United Front, Sir Stafford Cripps Page 83 Towards Unity, W. J. R. Squance Page 89 The People’s Front, Margery Corbett Ashby Page 93 The Problem of the Distressed Areas (Concluded), Wal Hannington Page 98 Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress at Faizpur, Jawaharlal Nehru Page 108 Selected Letters, II., V. I. Lenin Page 117 BOOK REVIEWS: Mutiny in History, T. C. A Faulty Study of De Valera, Brian O’Neill Zionism and its Friends, Leslie Hutchinson Ancient Greek Materialism, George Thomson The Countryside Speaks, A. J. W. Page 127 Financial Appeal
Vol. 19 March 1937 No. 3 Page 131 Notes of the Month: UNITY OF WAR, R. Palme Dutt Unity and the People’s Front: Page 141 I.Unity and the Labour Party, Harold J. Laski Page 147 II. Trade Unions and Unity, Harry Adams Page 149 III. The People’s Front, G.D.H. Cole Page 158 War Loans, Rearmament and Labour Policy, A.F. Papworth Page 165 Hitler and Europe, Robert Dell Page 169 Spain and the People’s Front, U.H.P. Page 179 The Trotskyist Trial, R. Page Arnot Page 187 BOOK REVIEWS: Liberalism and Communism, Harry Pollitt Lenin “Translated”, S. H. Page 193 Report of LABOUR MONTHLY Conference on Problems of Unity and the People’s Front Page 199 The Financial Appeal
Vol. 19 April 1937 No. 4 Page 203 Notes of the Month: THE ARMS PLAN, R. Palme Dutt Page 213 The Labour Party and the Arms Stampede, D. N. Pritt, K.C., M.P. Page 217 Next Steps for a United Front, J. R. Campbell Page 225 Towards the First of May, John A. Hamon Page 229 The Indian Elections, Ben Bradley Page 241 James Connolly: Some Reminiscences, Thomas Bell Page 248 Selected Letters, V. I. Lenin Page 253 BOOK REVIEWS: Storming Heaven, Wm. Paul The City of Moscow, C. H. Hitler over the Balkans, Doros Alastos The Ideas of Auguste Comte, J. Lough Page 263 An Organ of Unity
Vol. 19 May 1937 No. 5 Page 267 Notes of the Month: THE NEW ADVANCE, R. Palme Dutt Page 277 Rearmament and the Labour Party, E. Shinwell, M.P. Page 283 The Monarchy Fetish, T. A. Jackson Page 287 Spain: The Record of Transport House, “U.H.P.” Page 296 Civil Liberty, G.H.C. Bing Page 302 “Left” Socialism and the People’s Front, J. R. Campbell Page 313 Fascism in South Africa, Reginald Bridgeman Page 317 BOOK REVIEWS: Facing the Facts, G. Allen Hutt Durham Miners, W. Allen Heroism Victorious, Julius Jacobs Eugene Pottier et “l’Internationale”, William Zak Page 327 Students’ Fund
Vol. 19 June 1937 No. 6 Page 331 A Year of Progress Page 335 Notes of the Month: EMPIRE TALKS AND WAR, R. Palme Dutt Page 348 Labour’s “Short Programme” and the Unity Campaign, G. R. Strauss, M.P. Page 353 The Financial Consequences of Re-armament, John Knight Page 359 Industry’s War Front Widens, H. S. Gordon Page 363 The Fight of the Engineers, Arthur Edgar Upton Page 366 Church “Unity”: With or Against the People?, “A Clergyman” Page 375 New Zealand’s First Labour Government, C. G. Watson Page 382 BOOK REVIEWS: How Not to Write Communist History, G. Allen Hutt Ireland’s Fight for Freedom, Pat Devine Crisis-Curers, T. Campbell Men of Goodwill, Jonathan Kemp
Vol. 19 July 1937 No. 7 Page 395 The Communist Party Congress: THE NEXT STAGE IN THE FIGHT FOR UNITY, Harry Pollitt Page 402 The Eden-Hitler Axis, Ivor Montagu Page 411 Rearmament and Overproduction, John Knight Page 416 The Industrial Advance and its Urgent Problems, John A. Mahon Page 424 The Biennial Conference of the T. and G.W.U., A.F. Papworth Page 426 Anglo-German Interests in Spain, Conrad Suden Page 433 Psycho-Analysis and Marxism, J.D. Bernal Page 438 For Socialism in Ceylon Page 444 Lenin and Gorky. Letters Page 448 BOOK REVIEWS: Our Movement Since the War, John Strachey Palestine: The Imperialist View, “British Resident” The Novel To-day, Alick West History of the C.P.G.B.—A Statement Page 455 A Flying Start
Vol. 19 August 1937 No. 8 Page 459 A New Advance to Unity, William Rust Page 465 The Palestine Report, “British Resident” Page 473 The Poisoned Peace, Richard Goodman Page 480 Purge or Progress in the Trade Unions, G. Allen Hutt Page 487 The Rising Cost of Living, Rose Smith Page 491 Rearmament, Capitalist Planning and the Deformation of Capitalist Economy, John Knight Page 497 The Soviet Union and the World To-day, Gore Graham Page 503 Immigrant Plantation Labour in Ceylon Page 507 Lenin and Gorky. Letters Page 512 BOOK REVIEWS: Towards a Marxist Philosophy, T. A. Jackson The American Labour Scene, Pat Devine The Condition of Britain, W. Joss
Vol. 19 September 1937 No. 9 Page 523 The Norwich Trade Union Congress, John A. MAhon Page 534 The Abdication of the Labour Party, John Strachey Page 541 China—The Second Phase, Richard Goodman Page 548 Catalonia & Communism, Juan Comorera Page 560 Holidays with Pay: A Vital Issue, H. S. Gordon Page 564 Rearmament & Labour Conditions, John Knight Page 570 Lenin and Gorky. Letters Page 577 BOOK REVIEWS: Africa: A Confused Argument, Reginald Bridgeman Forerunner of Dialectical Materialism, R. Pascal Women To-day, Tamara Rust A Book with a Purpose, T. Campbell The Struggle for Peace, Gore Graham
Vol. 19 October 1937 No. 10 Page 587 Notes of the Month: NORWICH, BOURNEMOUTH & AFTER, R. Palme Dutt Page 602 What Next in Britain, Harry Pollitt Page 609 The Struggle for Anti-Fascist Unity in Spain, John Langdon-Davies Page 621 Norwich and the National Government, J. R. Shanley Page 624 Labour and Armaments, M.P. Page 634 International Consequences of Rearmament, John Knight Page 639 Correspondence: New Zealand’s First Labour Government Page 642 BOOK REVIEWS: Lenin’s Selected Works, William Rust Mathematics, David Guest The War on Truth, Edward Charles A Newspaper Man in Italy, L. W.
Vol. 19 November 1937 No. 11 Page 651 Notes of the Month: THE TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY AND THE BOURNEMOUTH LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE, R. Palme Dutt Page 665 Twenty Years of Soviet Power, R. Page Arnot Page 670 1917-1937: Anniversary Greetings, Harry Pollitt, Ebby Edwards, G.D.H. Cole, Norman Angell, George Hicks, M.P., Luke Fawcett, D.N. Pritt, K.C., M.P., Alex Gossip, Alfred M. Wall, John Dagger, M.P., William Gallacher, M.P. Page 677 Bournemouth and After, Professor Shelly Wang Page 682 Labour and Armaments, M.P. Page 690 Gymnastics at Geneva, “A League Observer” Page 699 Lenin and Gorky. Letters Page 704 BOOK REVIEWS: Background to China’s Unity, Marjorie Pollitt Cromwell and the English Middle Class Revolution, Christopher Hill Theories of Low Wages, S. Bodington
Vol. 19 December 1937 No. 12 Page 714 Towards 1938 Page 715 Notes of the Month: DANGER SIGNALS IN BRITISH POLITICS, R. Palme Dutt Page 728 Agree and Die: Fight and Live, John Strachey Page 733 The End of the Up-Swing?, John Knight Page 739 The New “Holy Alliance”, Richard Goodman Page 746 The Labour Movement and the Countryside, Maurice Cornforth Page 752 Women Workers in a Wireless Factory, Dorothy Jacques Page 759 Lenin and Gorky. Letters Page 765 BOOK REVIEWS: In Europe, Reginald Bridgeman Youth in Industry, J. R. Shanley
Vol. 20 January 1938 No. 1 Page 3 Notes of the Month: OUTLOOK FOR 1938 by R.P.D Page 18 British Labour and the World by ARTHUR HORNER Page 22 These Enemies of the People by FRANK PITCAIRN Page 20 Years After: Seeing Socialism by Tom MANN Mighty Democracy by BEN TILLETT Page 31 Food Price Ramp: How to Beat It by W.H. WILLIAMS and MARGOT C. HEINEMANN Page 39 Soviet Stage: 1917-1937 by HUNTLEY CARTER Page 44 Colonies and War: To-day’s Big Issue by REGINALD BRIDGEMAN Page 54 Lenin and Gorky. More Letters Book Reviews
The Distressed Areasby Marjorie Pollitt
Socialised Medicine By Dr. Edith. Summerskill
Vol. 20 February, 1938 No. 2 Page 67 Our Debt Wiped Out! Page 69 Notes of the Month: ELECTION PROSPECTS by R.P.D Page 81 Spain Fights on to Victory By JOSÉ DIAZ Page 95 World Trade Union Unity Views of W. LAWTHER, ARTHUR HORNER, W.T. BROWN, ALEX GOSSIP, W.H. STOKES, W. WARD. Page 100 Angles on Air Raid Precautions by COUNCILLOR A.N. SILVER Page 104 Trade Unionism: a Policy for 1938 By FINLAY HART Page 110 Catholics and Communists by MAURICE THOREZ Page 122 Book Reviews
A Welcome Periodical by R.P.D.
Labour Statistics By J.K.
Economic Theory By S.B.
Vol. 20 MARCH, 1938 No. 3 Page 131 Notes of the Month EUROPE’S CRISIS by R.P.D Page 141 Hitler Means War by Richard Goodman Page 148 The Far Eastern Crisis by W. Monslow Page 151 The New Monopolies and the Slump by John Austin Page 159 Agricultural Problems in Britain by Maurice Cornforth Page 165 The Youth Charter by John Gollan Page 173 The “Parliament” of a Classless Society by Pat Sloan Page 184 On the Eve of the Indian National Congress By Ben Bradley, R. Palme Dutt and Harry Pollitt Page 188 Book Reviews
The Workers’ Front by J. R. Campbell Three Soviet Plays by Huntly Carter
Vol. 20 April, 1938 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: BRITAIN’S WAR PLANby R.P.D Page 220 Eden and Chamberlain By Robert Dell Page 227 The Invasion of Austria by Dorothy Woodman Page 231 Food, Prices and Poverty by F. Le Gros Clark Page 237 India: the Haripura Session by Ben Bradley Page 245 Open Letter to a Zionist-Socialist by “British Resident” Page 254 Philosophy of a Natural Scientist by Clemens Dutt Page 261 Book Reviews:
Europe In Arms by Major Vernon
Consumers’ Co-operation by R.G. Gosling Carter
Vol. 20 May, 1938 No. 5 Page 267 Notes of the Month: MAY DAY’S CALL FOR UNITY by R.P.D Page 284 Trade Unions and Rearmament by G. D. H. Cole Page 291 The Charge of France’s Two Hundredby Neil Hunter Page 298 The Soviet Trial byR. Page Arnot Page 307 Mongolia and the Far East War by G.D.R. Phillips Page 313 Letters from Lenin to Gorky Page 318 The Philosophy of a Natural Scientist: A Reply by Professor H. Levy Page 324 Correspondence Page 325 Book Reviews
A Strange Case by Geoffrey Wilson
America’s Exampleby John Mahon
Vol. 20 June, 1938 No. 6 Page 330 Reporting Further Progress Page 331 Notes of the Month: LABOUR AND THE PEOPLE’S FRONT by R.P.D Page 347 Peace Alliance and the Future by Sydney R. Elliott Page 352 The Trade Unions and Unity by John Mahon Page 357 The Swastika over the Balkans by Doros Alastos Page 365 Labour and Van Zeeland by A LEAGUE OBSERVER Page 375 India and World Peace by V. K. Krishna Menon Page 379 Mongolia and the Far East War by G.D.R. Phillips Page 384 Peace and the Colonial Question Page 390 The Philosophy of a Natural Scientist. A Rejoinder by Clemens Dutt
Vol. 20 July, 1938 No. 7 Page 395 Notes of the Month: PROBLEMS OF THE PEACE MOVEMENT by R.P.D Page 408 Unity and the People’s Front by Harry Pollitt Page 415 Peace Alliance Holds the Field by John Strachey Page 420 Engineers versus the Government by Claude Berridge Page 424 Co-operators in Congress by J. J. Mcshane Page 429 Czechoslovakia and World Peace by Richard Goodman Page 437 Mexico on the March by Ivor Montagu Page 443 The Advance of. Socialism by Samuel Meekin Page 447 Book Reviews
Lenin on Trotsky and Bukharin by Allen Hutt
English History by Christopher Hill
Soviet East Awakes by Joan Beauchamp
The Workless by Wal Hannington
Vol. 20 August, 1938 No. 8 Page 459 Notes of the Month: MORE PROBLEMS OF THE PEACE MOVEMENT by R.P.D Page 476 Nationalism and the Mass Struggle in India by Jawaharlal Nehru Page 483 Britain the Centre of Gravity by R. Page Arnot Page 489 The Present International Situation by Maxim Litvinov Page 498 Labour and Peace by W.J.R. Squance Page 502 A National Food Policy by John Marrack Page 508 The Spanish People’s Army by William Rust Page 516 Book Reviews: The Best Edition of “Capital” in English by R.P.D. One Law for the Rich by Another Barrister
Vol. 20 September, 1938 No. 9 Page 523 Notes of the Month: AFTER SEVENTY YEARS by R.P.D Page 537 International Trade Union Unity by Arthur Horner Page 548 The Dock Strike of 1889 and After by Tom Mann Page 552 The Economic Crisis in Britain by John Knight Page 555 Youth and the Trade Unions by Cecil Thomson Page 559 The Soviet Union and Japanese Aggression by Hugh Dickering Page 564 Economics at Geneva by A League Observer Page 576 A Two-Edged Sword by L.G.P. Page 580 Book Reviews:
Michael Bakunin, Arch-Anarchist by Dona Tore
Czechoslovakia Fights for Democracy by Roger Roughton
Vol. 20 October, 1938 No. 10 Page 587 Notes of the Month: THE CRISIS AND THE COMMUNIST CONGRESS by R.P.D Page 604 The People’s Movement by Harry Pollitt Page 611 Chamberlain over the T.U.C. by J.R. Campbell Page 620 World Economic Crisis—1929 and To-day by John Knight Towards the Municipal Elections: Page 625 Chamberlain and the November Elections by Idris Cox Page 628 Local Government Finance by A Labour Councillor Page 638 Labour Authorities and A.R.P. By Councillor H. D. Hughes Page 641 Documents of the Month Page 644 Book Reviews The American Civil War as a “People’s War” by Clemens Dutt. What British Workers Earn by John Strachey
Vol. 20 November, 1938 No. 11 Page 651 Notes of the Month: THE NEW WORLD SITUATION by R.P.D Page 674 Hitler’s Europe by Ivor Montagu Page 686 The Labour Party and the Munich Betrayal by W. Gallacher, M.P. Page 690 “Left” Socialism and the Crisis by J.R. Campbell Page 699 No “Munich” for Spain by F. Jackson Page 703 The General Election in New Zealand by S.W. Scott Page 711 Book Review: Air Raid Protection by Ted Bramley
Vol. 20 DECEMBER, 1938 No. 12 Page 715 Notes of the Month: The Crisis Of Democracy by R.P.D Page 732 The Munich Policy—Continued By Frank Pitcairn Page 736 After the Fifteenth Communist Congress: A Programme of Economic Security By John Knight Page 741 The Trade Unions and the Peoples’ Movement By George Rude Housing Rents in Scotland By Bernard Mccourt Page 754 The History of the Nineteenth Century By Professor E. Tarle Page 762 Documents of the Month Page 768 Book Review: The Peasants’ Revolt by E.M. Page 771 Index to Volume XX
Vol. 21 January, 1939 No. 1 Page 2 A New Year message to Labour Monthly Readers Page 4 Notes of the Month: Outlook For 1939 by R.P.D. Page 20 Crusade for Defence of the British People by R. Page Arnot Page 26 The Men behind Munich by Edmund H. Fetter Page 35 The Peoples’ Front and the Class Struggle in France by Clemens Dutt Page 46 Indian Workers’ Great One-Day Strike by Ben Bradley Page 53 The Arab Jewish Conference by I. Rennap Page 59 The Itch By V.I. Lenin Page 63 Book Review Wage Studies by John Knight
Vol. 21 February, 1939 No. 2 Page 67 The Communist Crusade by Harry Pollitt Page 80 Germany After Six Years of Hitler by Teutonicus Page 95 The Revolt of the Farmers by Maurice Cornforth Page 102 Let Capital Clear the Lines by J.H. Hope Page 108 A Letter of Engels Page 111 A Powerful Weapon of Bolshevism Page 116 Documents of the Month Page 122 Book Reviews
A Classic of Marxism by Walter Cramer
A Mixed Bag by A.L. Morton
Our England. by Christopher Hill
Vol. 21 March, 1939 No. 3 Page 131 Jitter-Bugs and Confidence Tricksters by William Rust Page 141 Who is for Liberty? by Cecil Poole, M.P. Page 145 Hitler and Colonies by R.F. Andrews Page 152 What Next in the Trade Unions? by George Rude Page 158 Austria a Nation by Anton Hart Page 167 Greece Under the Nazi Shadow by Odysseus Androutsos Page 171 Mexico and Oil by Jose Jorge March Page 178 Documents: Twenty Years of the Communist International Page 180 Book Reviews:
Britons in Spain by P.A.
Understand the Enemy by Allen Hutt
Vindicating Marxism by Clemens Dutt
Labour’s Land Policy by Maurice Cornforth
The Unconquerable Living by Hugh Duckering
Co-operative Story by Esther Henrottte
Vol. 21 April, 1939 No. 4 Page 195 Notes of the Month: THE HOUR OF AWAKENING by R.P.D Page 217 Appeasement and Armageddon by K. ZILLIACUS Page 229 Labour and the Cripps Campaign by ALLEN HUTT Page 239 Karl Marx by HARRY POLLITT Page 247 Documents of the Month Stalin’s Report to the XVIII. Congress, C.P.S.U. Page 253 Book Reviews:
Rescuing the Classics by F. D. KLINGENDER
A Frenchman Interprets Heine by WALTER CRAMER
Vol. 21 May, 1939 No. 5 Page 259 Notes of the Month: Urgent Alternatives by R.P.D Page 275 May Day 1939 by John A. MAHON Page 278 Mr. Chamberlain’s Anti-Americanism by John Strachey Page 284 Socialism and the People’s Front by Councillor J. Silverman Page 287 Trade Unions and National Service by A.W. Brady Page 290 Economic Crisis and Armaments by John Knight Page 297 Indian Nationalism After Tripuri by Ben Bradley Page 305 The Position in Palestine and the Path to Peace by I. RENNAP Page 314 Documents of the Month: President Roosevelt’s Message Page 316 Book Reviews
Spanish Lessons by George Garwood
A Critique of Critics by Elizabeth Wilkinson
Science and Society by Allen Hutt
Vol. 21 June, 1939 No. 6 Page 323 Notes of the Month LABOUR’S LAST CHANCE by R.P.D Page 340 A Personal Appeal by Tom Mann Page 342 The Supreme Issue at Southport by Arthur Horner Page 347 Conscription and Democracy by William Rust Page 352 Armaments, the Budget and Unemployment by John Knight Page 362 Anglo-Nazi Co-operation in South America by E. Tuckfield Page 367 Chartism and the Fight for Peace by SALME A. Dutt Page 375 Documents of the Month: The Paris International Peace Conference Page 377 Correspondence Page 379 Book Reviews
A Marxist Classic by Maurice Dobb
An American Symposium by Marjorie Pollitt
An Important History by A.L. Morton
An Enlightened Democracy? by C.H. Formison
Vol. 21 July, 1939 No. 7 Page 387 Notes of the Month Illusions And Realities by R.P.D Page 402 After Southport by Harry Pollitt Page 417 The Anglo-Soviet Negotiations by R. F. Andrews Page 425 The Great French Revolution by Allen Hutt Page 433 The Causes of Crisis by Emile Burns Page 437 The New Situation in China: 1. The Protracted War by Mao Tse-Tung Page 445 Book Reviews
The New Russian Theatre by Huntly Carter
Chartism by R.P.A.
Vol. 21 August, 1939 No. 8 Editor: R. Palme Dutt. Editorial Board: Louis B. Boud In (U.S.A.)
George Findlay (South Africa)
George Seldes (U.S.A.)
Gordon Crane (Australia)
Stanley B. Ryerson (Canada)
Angus Mclagan (New Zealand)
Page 451 Will it be War? by J.R. Campbell Page 463 Twenty Five Years Since 1914 by R. Page Arnot Page 465 Colonies and Fascism Page 476 Anglo-Nazi Economic Co-operation by John Austin Page 483 Dilution and the Unions by John Fowler Page 488 Air Raid Precautions by S.C. Saunders Page 494 The Heritage of the French Revolution by Walter Cramer Page 504 Controversy A Reply to Emile Burns by John Knight Page 507 Book Reviews:
Marxism and Science by J.B.S. Haldane
Democracy by Allen Hutt
Soviet Statistics by John Knight
Vol. 21 SEPTEMBER, 1939 No. 9 Page 515 Plain Words on the Crisis by R.P.D. Page 518 The Fiasco of Chamberlain’s Policy by William Rust Page 527 No Quiet on the Spanish Front by Ernest Brown Page 532 French Revolutionaries and English Democrats by A.L. Morton Page 539 Australian Scene, 1939 by Gordon Crane Page 544 New Dangers in the Field of Unemployment by Wal Hannington Page 548 Women in Nazi Germany by Irene. Gaertner Page 553 The New Situation in China: 2. The Anti-Japanese United Front by Mao Tse-Tung Page 561 Controversy A Note on the Causes of Crises by M.H. Dobb Page 566 Documents International Trade Union Congress Page 569 Book Reviews:
Munich Still by Roger Roughton
A Miner’s Autobiography by Idris Cox
Capitalism in Crisis by M.H. Dobb
Millions for Liberty by Hugh Duckering
A Disappointing Book By E. Tuckfield
The Unemployed By Pat Devine
Vol. 21 OCTOBER, 1939 No. 11 Editor: R. Palme DuttContributing Editors:Louis B. Boud In (U.S.A.)George Findlay (South Africa)George Seldes (U.S.A.)Gordon Crane (Australia)Stanley B. Ryerson (Canada)Angus Mclagan (New Zealand) Page 579 Notes of the Month: Marxism And The War by R.P.D. Page 597 Strategic Aspects of the War By “Strategist” Page 606 The Soviet Union and the War By *** Page 619 The Labour Movement and the War By J. R. Campbell and Finlay Hart Page 626 India and the War Page 629 The New Situation in China: 3. The Role of the Communist Party By Mao Tse-tung Page 637 The Working Men’s International Association By R. Page Arnot
Vol. 21 November, 1939 No. 11 Page 643 Notes of the Month: The War Behind The War by R.P.D. Page 655 The War on the Home Front by Arthur Horner Page 666 Strategic Aspects of the War—II by Strategist Page 677 War on the Soviet Union? by Stephen Razin Page 687 France on the Road to Fascism by Richard Goodman Page 696 Documents: British Communists on the War: “No Hope in Chamberlain’s Bayonets” Page 700 Book Reviews
Austria a Nation by Andreas Hofer
Vital Statistics by Margot Heinemann
Vol. 21 December, 1939 No. 12 Page 707 Notes of the Month: THE PEACE AIMS SWINDLE by R.P.D. Page 721 Wages, Prices and Unemployment by John Knight Page 727 The Bombay Strike by S.S. Batliwala Page 737 The Political Black-out by R. Page Arnot Page 743 Strategic Aspects of the War II. by Strategist Page 751 The Colonies and War Page 759 Document of the Month The Communist Party and the Labour Party Page 761 Book Review:
Fighter for Freedom by R. Pascal
Page 763 Index to Volume XXI.
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