Monday November 24th, 2014, 11:17 am (EST)

Volume 07

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 12 (April 1956)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 12 (April 1956)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 12

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • The Crisis in Race Relations
    • A Great Labor Organizer
    • Consumer Debt and Income
  • Letters
  • Socialism: USA and USSR by the Editors of Political Affairs
  • Civil Liberties Today: An Indispensable Guide by Henry Pratt Fairchild
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Contents of Volume VII
Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 11 (March 1956)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 11 (March 1956)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 11

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: We Can’t Win the Cold War
  • The Wisdom of the East by Sagittarius
  • What Are We Arming For? by Konni Zilliacus
  • Socialists and Elections: An Exchange of Letters
  • From Paris to Peking to New York by Paul M. Sweezy
  • A New Look at Chinese History, Part 2 by Arthur K. Davis
  • The Nearings’ USA by Alexander L. Crosby
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 10 (February 1956)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 10 (February 1956)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Foreign Aid: US vs. USSR
  • Post-McCarthy Delusions of Liberty by Jay Sykes
  • Cartoon by Fred Wright
  • Conform… Or Lose Your Job by Corliss Lamont
  • A New Look at Chinese History, Part 1 by Arthur K. Davis
  • Integrating the Russian Picture by Fig Leaf
  • Heywood Broun: Radical Journalist, Part 2 by Harvey Goldberg
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 9 (January 1956)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 9 (January 1956)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • Labor’s Opportunity
    • The Changing Face of Capitalism
  • The Debs Way by Leo Huberman
  • Cartoon by Fred Wright
  • Heywood Broun: Radical Journalist by Harvey Goldberg
  • Why They Stick To The ILA by Richard Sasuly
  • Oil and the Future by Howard Sharpe
  • Socialism: USA and USSR by the Editors of The American Socialist
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 8 (December 1955)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 8 (December 1955)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 8

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Middle East Crisis
  • After Geneva: What? by Konni Zilliacus
  • The Rise and Fall of Peronism by Elena de la Souchère
  • New Light on the Rosenberg Case by Malcolm Sharp
  • Thinkers and Treasurers, Part 4 by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 7 (November 1955)

Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 7 (November 1955)

Contents of Volume 7, Number 7

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • Debs and the Future of American Socialism
    • The Man of Peace
  • The Achievement of Debs by Bert Cochran
  • Getting Acquainted with Debs by George Woodard
  • If This Be Treason… by Eugene Victor Debs
    • The Canton, Ohio Speech

  • Address to the Jury
  • Statement to the Court
  • After-Prison Speech
  • Quotes from Debs
  • Eugene V. Debs: The Man by the New York Evening World
  • Socialism: USA and USSR: Some Questions for Discussion by Alexander Leslie
  • Thinkers and Treasurers, Parts 2 and 3 by Barrows Dunham
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 6 (October 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 6 (October 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 6

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:
      • Boom, Bust, Depression
      • Sober Thoughts on Agriculture
    • Mergers on the Farm, Too by a Special Correspondent
    • Cartoon by Fred Wright
    • Thinkers and Treasurers, Part 1 by Barrows Dunham
    • Sunakawa: Nearest Town to the Pentagon by a Japanese Correspondent
    • Remember the Carlsbad Decrees?
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 5 (September 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 5 (September 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 5

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Geneva Conference
    • Recent Events in Argentina
    • The Size and Shape of GAW by Richard Sasuly
    • Oppression and Resistance in South Africa by Julius Lewin
    • Black by Georgia Douglas Johnson
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 4 (August 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 4 (August 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 4

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month:
      • The “Victory” of the Dulles Brothers
      • Young and the New York Central
    • Cartoon by Fred Wright
    • The Daggett-Sweezy Case by Leo Huberman
    • American Socialism: Reminiscences of a Veteran by B. L. Coleman
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 3 (July 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 3 (July 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 3

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: The Aim is Thought Control
    • Problems of American Socialism: A Discussion by Eleanor Wheeler, A Correspondent, William Mandel, Rudolf Schlesinger, Bruno Lasker
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 2 (June 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 2 (June 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 2

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: A Review of the International Situation
    • The Formosa Straits by Mason Stone
    • Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein
    • U.S.A. 1955: A Report by Leo Huberman
    • Costa Rica: Citadel of Democracy by Elena de la Souchère
    • Japan and China by Mary Clabaugh Wright
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 1 (May 1955)

    Monthly Review Volume 7, Number 1 (May 1955)

    Contents of Volume 7, Number 1

    • Notes from the Editors
    • Review of the Month: Reflections on Yalta
    • Free Enterprise in Action by Political Economist
    • Freedom To Teach by Ten Harvard and Columbia Professors
    • On Competitive Coexistence by a Student of the USSR
    • Cartoon by Fred Wright
    • World Events by Scott Nearing
    • Where We Stand by the Editors
    FacebookRedditTwitterEmailPrintFriendly