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Monthly Review Volume 10, Number 9 (February 1959)

Monthly Review Volume 10, Number 9 (February 1959)

Contents of Volume 10, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Chinese Communes
  • The Politics of the Long Haul by Ralph Miliband
  • Near East Oil: Part 2 by Harvey O’Connor
  • New World or No World: Two Spokesmen for Sanity by Frederick L. Schuman
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • What the Nearings Saw by Alexander L. Crosby
Monthly Review Volume 9, Number 9 (February 1958)

Monthly Review Volume 9, Number 9 (February 1958)

Contents of Volume 9, Number 9

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Slump and Cold War
  • Socialism in Europe, East and West by Paul M. Sweezy
  • Some Impressions of China’s Economic Progress by Solomon Adler
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
Monthly Review Volume 8, Number 10 (February 1957)

Monthly Review Volume 8, Number 10 (February 1957)

Contents of Volume 8, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: The Eisenhower Doctrine
  • Reports on Czechoslovakia and Israel
    • Why Not in Czechoslovakia? by Leo Huberman
    • Report on Israel by Leo Huberman
  • The World of Science: Science and Economic Development: A Review by Philip Morrison
  • 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 6, Number 10 (February 1955)

Monthly Review Volume 6, Number 10 (February 1955)

Contents of Volume 6, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • A Just and Secure Peace
    • The Big and Dangerous Game
  • Common Sense on the Soviet Union by William Mandel
  • China’s Economic Progress by Political Economist
  • John Peter Altgeld by Russel A. Fraser
  • A Letter from Anne Braden
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The Sweezy Case Abroad by Leo Huberman
Monthly Review Volume 5, Number 10 (February 1954)

Monthly Review Volume 5, Number 10 (February 1954)

Contents of Volume 5, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • The Atomic Talks
    • The Beria Affair
  • The Intellectuals and The Left by Carl Dreher
  • The Situation in Britain: A Communication by An English Correspondent
  • Anti-Americanism in Europe by Alex Comfort
  • The Ominous Parallel by Martin Hall
  • The Promotion of International Trade: A Modest Proposal by A Special Correspondent
  • Contest
  • World Events by Scott Nearing
  • The Labor Movement: Get It and Get Out! by Arthur Eggleston
  • Cartoon by Fred Wright
  • The Irish Revolution: A Communication by Shaemas O’Sheel
  • Letters From A Visitor To China: Part 4 by Joan Robinson
Monthly Review Volume 4, Number 10 (February 1953)

Monthly Review Volume 4, Number 10 (February 1953)

Contents of Volume 4, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Hold The Fort; The Vienna Peace Conference
  • The Vienna Congress by Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Japan and the United States by A Japanese Student
  • The Bridges Case Is Your Case by Leo Huberman
  • An Open Letter To A Member Of The ADA by Florence Luscomb
  • Austria: Case Study in the Cold War by An Austrian Socialist
  • History Contest
  • A Sensible Book on the USSR by Joshua Kunitz
  • Christmas Eve: A Communication by Shaemas O’Sheel
  • The Labor Movement:
    • Biggest Labor Story? by Arthur Eggleston
    • The New York Waterfront Again by Arthur Eggleston
Monthly Review Volume 3, Number 10 (February 1952)

Monthly Review Volume 3, Number 10 (February 1952)

Contents of Volume 3, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Why Americans Will Be Socialists; Conflict in the Ruling Class
  • Notes on the Chinese Revolution by Staughton Lynd
  • Jamaica: The Colonial Dilemma, Part Two by Harvey O’Connor
  • In Defense of Malthus by Henry Pratt Fairchild
  • “Free World” Department
Monthly Review Volume 2, Number 10 (February 1951)

Monthly Review Volume 2, Number 10 (February 1951)

Contents of Volume 2, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month: Playing with fire; Get Into the Debate
  • Max Werner: The Man and the Thinker by J. Raymond Walsh
  • International Socialist by a Correspondent
  • Puerto Rico: The Necessity for Socialism by a Special Correspondent
  • I, Africa by William Robert Miller
  • Freedom Under Socialism by Howard Kaminsky, Shaemas O’Sheel and Leon A Bachrach
Monthly Review Volume 1, Number 10 (February 1950)

Monthly Review Volume 1, Number 10 (February 1950)

Contents of Volume 1, Number 10

  • Notes from the Editors
  • Review of the Month:
    • The Welfare State
    • The Indonesian Story
    • Hungary and The Press
  • The Two Roads for World Economy by Oscar Lange
  • Australia, New Zealand, and Socialism by an Australian Socialist