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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1920s = 3 Years, 22 Issues, 201 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1927 = 7 Issues, 61 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1927 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 1-6
        2. America Facing Europe by Jay Lovestone, pp. 7-16
        3. Economic Situation in U.S.A. 1926 by A.G. Bosse, pp. 17-24
        4. Limitations of American Imperialism by Max Shachtman, pp. 25-31
        5. Convention of the U.M.W.A. by Wm. F. Dunne, pp. 32-40
        6. With Marx and Engels, pp. 41-54
        7. [+]
          Review The Young Voltaire, by Cleveland B. Chase, p. 55 - 1 Review
          1. The Young Voltaire by Cleveland B. Chase
        8. [+]
          Review Revelry, by Samuel Hopkins Adams, pp. 56-57 - 1 Review
          1. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
        9. Through the Month, pp. 58-66
      2. [+]
        April 1927 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. C.E. Ruthenberg by Max Bedacht, pp. 67-71
        2. Toward Another Wave of Revolutionary Struggle by Jay Lovestone, pp. 72-75
        3. The United States and Tacnas Arica by Ella G. Wolfe, pp. 76-79
        4. Historical Background of the Nicaraguan Situation by G.A. Bosse, pp. 80-83
        5. Winning the Youth by Herbert Zam, pp. 84-91
        6. With Marx and Engels---The Civil War in North America, pp. 92-112
        7. The World Struggle for Rubber by Leon Platt, pp. 113-119
        8. Throught the Month, pp. 120-130
      3. [+]
        May 1927 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 130-137
        2. Toward Another Wave of Revolutionary Struggles by Jay Lovestone, pp. 138-149
        3. The Brussels Congress Against Imperialism, pp. 150-155
        4. The Civil War in the United States by Karl Marx, pp. 156-164
        5. Marx and the Vienna "Presse", pp. 165-171
        6. The World Struggle for Rubber, pp. 172-180
        7. [+]
          Review The Negro in American Life, by Jerome Dowd, pp. 181-185 - 1 Review
          1. The Negro in American Life by Jerome Dowd
        8. Through the Month, pp. 186-194
      4. [+]
        June 1927 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 194-199
        2. Perspectives for Our Party by Jay Lovestone, pp. 200-206
        3. Present Trend in the American Labor Movement by Max Bedacht, pp. 207-212
        4. The Crusade of the A.F. of L. Against the "Reds" by Ben Gitlow, pp. 213-224
        5. Literature and Economics by V.F. Calverton, pp. 225-247
        6. Through the Month, pp. 248-251
        7. The American Civil War by Frederick Engels, pp. 252-258
      5. [+]
        July 1927 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Next President of Mexico by Ella G. Wolfe, pp. 259-265
        2. Old Problems in New Forms by Max Bedacht, pp. 266-274
        3. A Program for the Period of Prosperity by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 275-286
        4. Perspectives for Our Party by Jay Lovestone, pp. 287-294
        5. Marx, Engels and America by A. Landy, pp. 295-309
        6. The Proletarianization of a Profession by Charles. P. Fletcher, pp. 310-312
        7. Literature and Economics by V.F. Calverton, pp. 313-318
        8. [+]
          The Economics of the Coupon Clipper by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 319-322 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic Theory of the Leisure Class by Nikolai I. Bukharin
        9. [+]
          Was Marx Wrong? by Burn Starr, pp. 323-326 - 1 Review
          1. Social Mobility by Pitirim A. Sorokin
        10. [+]
          The Negro in American Fiction, pp. 327-328 - 1 Review
          1. Nigger Heaven by Carl Van Vechten
        11. [+]
          Sobs of a Social Worker, p. 329 - 1 Review
          1. I am a Woman---and a Jew by Leah Morton
        12. [+]
          She Stops a Revolution, p. 330 - 1 Review
          1. Comrade Jill by Herbert Adams
        13. [+]
          A Marx Afraid of Revolution, p. 331 - 1 Review
          1. The Madonna of the Barricades by John St. Loe Strachey
        14. The State Budget of the U.S.S.R., 1926-1927 by M. Bronsky, pp. 332-334
      6. [+]
        September 1927 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. The Murder of Sacco and Vanzetti by Robert Minor, pp. 338-346
        2. American Militarism by A.G. Bosse, pp. 347-357
        3. The Convention of the Pan-American Federation of Labor by Arnold Roller, pp. 358-375
        4. Whither Wuhan by Sz-Toh-Li, pp. 376-387
        5. China and American Imperialist Policy by Earl Browder, pp. 388-393
        6. With Marx and Engels by Avrom Landy, pp. 394-402
      7. [+]
        November 1927 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Eastman Revises Marx by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 403-412
        2. Surrender Raised to a System by Wm. F. Dunne, pp. 413-422
        3. Some Trade Union Problems by Jay Lovestone, pp. 423-434
        4. Chemical Warfare by Robert Macdonald, pp. 435-441
        5. Lessons of the Russian Revolution by Alex Bittelman, pp. 442-450
        6. Ten Years of Building Socialism by J. Mindel, pp. 451-458
        7. [+]
          America's Coming of Age, pp. 459-461 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Rise of American Civilization by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
          2. Main Currents in American Thought by Vernon Louis Parrington
        8. [+]
          A Working Class Epic, pp. 462-463 - 1 Review
          1. The Life and Death of Sacco and Vanzetti by Eugene Lyons
        9. Statement of the Ownership, pp. 464-466
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1928 = 11 Issues, 102 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1928 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. A Letter to the Workers by Lenin, pp. 1-9
        2. The Crisis in the Labor Movement by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 10-20
        3. The Lessons of the Canton Uprising by Harry Joven, pp. 21-24
        4. Preparing for the Pan-American Conference by Ella G. Wolfe, pp. 25-37
        5. National and Colonial Revolution by V.I. Lenin, pp. 38-43
        6. America Discusses the Opposition by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 44-57
        7. Chemical Warfare by Robert Macdonald, pp. 58-66
      2. [+]
        February 1928 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. The Presidential Elections in the U.S. by V.I. Lenin, pp. 67-68
        2. Herbert Hoover by H.M. Wicks, pp. 69-74
        3. The Present Economic Situation by Jay Lovestone, pp. 75-89
        4. Capitalist Efficiency "Socialism" by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 90-104
        5. The Crisis in the United Mine Workers by Wm. F. Dunne, pp. 105-109
        6. America Discusses the Opposition by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 110-130
      3. [+]
        March 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. America and Russia by Marx and Engels, pp. 131-132
        2. Marx, Lenin and the Commune by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 133-140
        3. The Proletariat and War by V.I. Lenin, pp. 141-144
        4. Ruthenberg as Fighter and Leader by Jay Lovestone, pp. 145-153
        5. After the Canton Uprising by John Pepper, pp. 154-159
        6. Atheism and Evolution by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 160-168
        7. Capitalist Efficiency "Socialism" by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 169-174
        8. Save the Miners' Union Call, pp. 175-180
        9. Literature and Economics by V.F. Calverton, pp. 181-189
        10. [+]
          Review 1928: The Presidential Election and the Worker..., p. 190 - 1 Review
          1. 1928: The Presidential Election and the Workers~~Nineteen Twenty-Eight: The Presidential Election and the Workers by Jay Lovestone
        11. [+]
          Review The Story of Music, by Paul Bekker by David Gordon#3, pp. 191-194 - 1 Review
          1. The Story of Music by Paul Bekker
      4. [+]
        April 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Tasks and Lessons of the Miners' Struggle by William Z. Foster, pp. 195-200
        2. How Lenin Worked by N. Krupskaya, pp. 201-204
        3. Practical Phases of the Labor Party Campaign by Jay Lovestone, pp. 205-218
        4. America and the Tactics of the Communist International by John Pepper, pp. 219-228
        5. Al Smith and the New Tammany Hall by William W. Weinstone, pp. 229-235
        6. Unemployment in Great Britain by C. White, pp. 236-241
        7. The Youth and the Elections by Herbert Zam, pp. 242-246
        8. Literature and Economics by V.F. Calverton, pp. 247-251
        9. [+]
          Review Materialism and Empirio-Criticism, by V.I. Lenin, pp. 252-258 - 1 Review
          1. Materialism and Empirio-Criticism by V.I. Lenin
      5. [+]
        May 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. May Day, 1928 by Alexander Bittelman, pp. 259-261
        2. May Day by Rosa Luxemburg, pp. 262-264
        3. The Present Situation in the Labor Movement by Jay Lovestone, pp. 265-278
        4. Two Mine Strike Strategies by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 279-284
        5. Pacifism and War by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 285-296
        6. Certain Basic Questions of Our Perspective by John Pepper, pp. 297-306
        7. Engels on the American Labor Movement by A. Landy, pp. 307-313
        8. [+]
          Review What Is Cooperation?, by James Peter Warbasse by George Halonen, pp. 314-317 - 1 Review
          1. What Is Cooperation? by James Peter Warbasse
        9. [+]
          Review The Americanization of Labor, by Robert W. Dunn by Jack Hardy, pp. 318-322 - 1 Review
          1. The Americanization of Labor by Robert W. Dunn
      6. [+]
        June 1928 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Mining Crisis Deepens by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 323-326
        2. A Program of Action for America by John Pepper, pp. 327-339
        3. Six Years by Herbert Zam, pp. 340-345
        4. The Labor Movement in America by Frederick Engels, pp. 346-354
        5. The Economics of American Agriculture by A.B. Richman, pp. 355-363
        6. De Leonism and Communism by Karl Reeve, pp. 364-373
        7. A Program on Unemployment, pp. 374-377
        8. Literature and Economics by V.F. Calverton, pp. 378-381
        9. [+]
          The Great Forerunner of the Communist International by Alexander Bittelman, pp. 382-383 - 1 Review
          1. History of the First International by G.M. Stekloff
        10. [+]
          Review The Peasantry and the Revolution, by N.L. Mech..., pp. 384-386 - 1 Review
          1. The Peasantry and the Revolution by N.L. Mecheriakov
      7. [+]
        July 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Plenum Material, p. 387
        2. Resolution on Trade-Union Work , pp. 388-398
        3. Old Unions and New Unions by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 399-405
        4. Trade-Union Questions by James P. Cannon, pp. 406-412
        5. Resolution on the Report of the Political Committee , pp. 413-420
        6. Some Immediate Party Problems by Jay Lovestone, pp. 421-433
        7. William D. Haywood---"Undesirable Citizen" by J. Louis Engdahl, pp. 434-441
        8. Some Aspects of the Situation in New Bedford by Albert Weisbord, pp. 442-450
        9. [+]
          Review Leninism, by Joseph Stalin by Bertram D. Wolfe, p. 451 - 1 Review
          1. Leninism by Joseph Stalin
        10. [+]
          Review The Natural History of Revolution, by Lyford P..., pp. 452-454 - 1 Review
          1. The Natural History of Revolution by Lyford P. Edwards
        11. Self Study Corner, pp. 455-466
      8. [+]
        August 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Big Business Can't Lose in 1928 by Benjamin Gitlow, pp. 467-472
        2. Giant Power by Bert Miller, pp. 473-480
        3. Three Strategies in New Bedford Strike by Albert Weisbord, pp. 481-485
        4. Mexico's Next President by Janet Cork, pp. 486-490
        5. The Defeat of the Home Government in an Imperialist War by V.I. Lenin, pp. 491-495
        6. Youth and Industry by Nat Kaplan, pp. 496-499
        7. De Leonism and Communism by Karl Reeve, pp. 500-505
        8. Unemployment in France by C. White, pp. 506-512
        9. Notes on American Literature by Joseph Freeman, pp. 513-520
        10. [+]
          Review Soviet Russia in the Second Decade, by Stuart ... by M. Munsey, pp. 521-522 - 1 Review
          1. Soviet Russia in the Second Decade by Stuart Chase, Robert Dunn, and Rexford Guy Tugwell, ...
        11. Self-Study Corner, pp. 523-530
      9. [+]
        September 1928 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Hoover and Smith---Mouthpieces of Big Business---Accept the Nomination by Benjamin Gitlow, pp. 531-537
        2. Politics and the Fly Hunt by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 538-547
        3. The Presidential Elections of 1928 by Arne Swabeck, pp. 548-554
        4. Obregon Assassinated by Janet Cork, pp. 555-560
        5. A Reply to Eastman's "Marx, Lenin and the Science of Revolution" by A. Chilk, pp. 561-564
        6. Unemployment in France by C. White, pp. 565-569
        7. Notes on American Literature by Joseph Freeman, pp. 570-578
        8. Self-Study Corner, pp. 579-590
        9. [+]
          Review Machine-Gun Diplomacy, by J.A.H. Hopkins and M..., p. 591 - 1 Review
          1. Machine-Gun Diplomacy by J.A.H. Hopkins and Melinda Alexander
        10. [+]
          Review The White Man's Dilemma, by Nathaniel Peffer, pp. 591-594 - 1 Review
          1. The White Man's Dilemma by Nathaniel Peffer
      10. [+]
        October 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. "The Socialist Party Offers Itself" by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 595-604
        2. America's Fight for World Hegemony and the War Danger by Jay Lovestone, pp. 605-621
        3. The National Miners' Union by Arne Swabeck, pp. 622-627
        4. American Negro Problems by John Pepper, pp. 628-638
        5. Latin America and the Colonial Question by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 639-650
        6. [+]
          Review A Way of Order for Bituminous Coal, by Walton ... by Anna Rochester, pp. 651-652 - 1 Review
          1. A Way of Order for Bituminous Coal by Walton H. Hamilton and Helen R. Wright
        7. [+]
          Review The Economic History of the United States, by ..., p. 653 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic History of the United States by Harold Underwood Faulkner
        8. Self-Study Corner, pp. 654-655
        9. Statement of Ownership, pp. 656-658
      11. [+]
        December 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Right Danger in the Comintern by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 723-735
        2. Results of the Elections by Jay Lovestone, pp. 736-755
        3. The Political Outlook for the Workers (Communist) Party by Scott Nearing, pp. 756-760
        4. The Factory Farm by "Harrow", pp. 761-769
        5. The Negro and the Trade Unions by Otto Huiswoud, pp. 770-775
        6. History of Trade Unionism in the U.S. by Earl Browder, pp. 776-780
        7. [+]
          Review The History of the American Working Class, by ... by Jim Cork, p. 781 - 1 Review
          1. The History of the American Working Class by Anthony Bimba
        8. [+]
          Review We Fight for Oil, by Ludwell Denny, pp. 782-783 - 1 Review
          1. We Fight for Oil by Ludwell Denny
        9. Books Received for Review, pp. 784-786
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1929 = 4 Issues, 38 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1929 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. A Leninist Analysis of the Colonial Problem by O. Kuusinen, pp. 3-30
        2. The Metamorphosis of the British Labor Party by M.N. Roy, pp. 31-42
        3. The Decline of the American Federation of Labor by William Z. Foster, pp. 43-58
        4. Some Issues in the Party Discussion by Jay Lovestone, pp. 59-80
        5. De Leonism and Communism by Karl Reeve, pp. 81-87
        6. The Economics of American Agriculture by A.B. Richman, pp. 88-98
      2. [+]
        July 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Revolutionary Struggle Against Imperialist War by H.M. Wicks, pp. 355-359
        2. The Right of Revolution by A. Landy, pp. 360-368
        3. Right Tendencies at the Trade Union Unity Congress by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 369-374
        4. Gastonia---The Center of the Class Struggle in the "New South" by Wm. F. Dunne, pp. 375-383
        5. The Young Plan by A. Fried, pp. 384-386
        6. The New Reparations Plan by G.P., pp. 387-390
        7. Further Notes on the Negro Question in the Southern Textile Strikes by Cyril Briggs, pp. 391-394
        8. Capitalism and Agriculture in America (Continued) by V.I. Lenin, pp. 395-401
        9. Economics and Economic Policy by E. Varga, pp. 402-408
        10. Literature and the Class Struggle by Franz Mehring, pp. 409-412
        11. [+]
          Review Make Everybody Rich---Industry's New Goal, by ..., p. 413 - 1 Review
          1. Make Everybody Rich---Industry's New Goal by Benjamin A. Javits and Charles W. Wood
        12. [+]
          Review Frankness in Religion, by Robert J. Hutcheon, pp. 413-418 - 1 Review
          1. Frankness in Religion by Robert J. Hutcheon
      3. [+]
        August 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The British Anti-Soviet Front in Asia by Spectator, pp. 419-423
        2. Japan as a Military and Naval Power by Nemo, pp. 424-428
        3. The Sharpening Class Struggle in Latin America by William Simons, pp. 429-437
        4. Some Notes on the Socialist Party by Max Salzman, pp. 438-444
        5. Sixth Convention of the Communist Party of Canada by John Williamson, pp. 445-452
        6. The Negro Press as a Class Weapon by Cyril Briggs, pp. 453-460
        7. The Fight Against Philosophical Revisionism by A. Fried, pp. 461-466
        8. Bolivar by Karl Marx, pp. 467-472
        9. Capitalism and Agriculture in America by V.I. Lenin, pp. 473-477
        10. [+]
          Review Social Institutions, by J.O. Hertzler, p. 478 - 1 Review
          1. Social Institutions by J.O. Hertzler
        11. [+]
          Review Religion in Soviet Russia, by William C. Emhardt, p. 479 - 1 Review
          1. Religion in Soviet Russia by William C. Emhardt
        12. How Lenin Should Not Be Translated, pp. 480-482
      4. [+]
        December 1929 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Wall Street Crash and the Class Struggle by Earl Browder, pp. 643-650
        2. Installment Selling in the U.S. by Nat Ross, pp. 651-658
        3. The Theoretical Knights of Opportunism by D. Bukhartsev, pp. 659-672
        4. A Labor Party---Or? by Max Bedacht, pp. 673-681
        5. Against the Labor Party (Militant Reformism) in the U.S.A. by J. Zack, pp. 682-686
        6. The Swan Song of the Conciliators of the Communist Party of Germany, pp. 687-693
        7. Espartero by Karl Marx, pp. 694-700
        8. "There Is Widespread Labor Unrest"---Wm. Green by J. Zack, pp. 701-708
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1930s = 10 Years, 96 Issues, 936 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1930 = 10 Issues, 105 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1930 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 3-10
        2. Leninism and Our Party by Max Bedacht, pp. 11-14
        3. Plenum of Central Committee C.P.S.U., pp. 15-21
        4. The Negro and the Struggle Against Imperialism by J.W. Ford, pp. 22-34
        5. Some Experiences in Organizing the Negro Workers by Earl Browder, pp. 35-41
        6. A Trade Union Program of Action for Negro Workers, pp. 42-47
        7. C.I. Resolution on Negro Questions in U.S., pp. 48-55
        8. The Theoretical Knights of Opportunism by D. Bukhartsev, pp. 56-66
        9. Against the Labor Party (Militant Reformism) in the U.S.A. by J. Zack, pp. 67-80
        10. Relation of Theory to Practice by Sam Don, pp. 81-85
        11. The Internal Situation in C.P. of U.S.A., pp. 86-92
        12. Statement of American-Canadian Students in the Lenin School Moscow, pp. 93-98
      2. [+]
        March 1930 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 195-198
        2. The Growing World Offensive Against Capitalism by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 199-203
        3. International Women's Day by Rachel Holtman, pp. 204-209
        4. The Rising Revolutionary Wave and Trotsky Liquidation in China by R. Doonping, pp. 210-223
        5. Plenum of Women Workers' Committee of the R.I.L.U., pp. 224-230
        6. The Political Background of the London Conference by Leon Platt, pp. 231-235
        7. Economic Crisis and the Third Period by Earl Browder, pp. 236-238
        8. Negroes as an Oppressed National Minority by Jos. Prokepec, pp. 239-245
        9. Draft Program for the Negro Farmers in the Southern States, pp. 246-256
        10. "The End of Partners" by Joseph Zack, pp. 257-267
        11. Resolution of the Sixth Session of the E.C. of the Profintern by M. Alpi, pp. 268-274
        12. The Struggle for the World Steel Markets by Harry Gannes, pp. 275-279
        13. U.S. Agriculture and Tasks of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 280-285
        14. [+]
          Review From Chartism to Labourism, by Fedor A. Rothstein, pp. 286-288 - 1 Review
          1. From Chartism to Labourism by Fedor A. Rothstein
      3. [+]
        April 1930 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 291-295
        2. Against Liberalism in the American Negro Question by N. Nasonov, pp. 296-308
        3. Toward Social-Fascism by A.B. Magil, pp. 309-320
        4. Notes on the Strength of American Capitalism by Erik Bert, pp. 321-335
        5. The Political Background of the London Conference by Leon Platt, pp. 336-349
        6. The Class Character of Workmen's Compensation, Accident and Insurance Laws in the U.S.A. by Poor & Zack, pp. 350-358
        7. U.S. Agriculture and Tasks of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 359-375
        8. [+]
          Review The Collected Works of V.I. Lenin, by V.I. Lenin, pp. 376-378 - 1 Review
          1. The Collected Works of V.I. Lenin by V.I. Lenin
        9. [+]
          Review Economic Democracy, by Robert S. Brookings, pp. 379-386 - 1 Review
          1. Economic Democracy by Robert S. Brookings
      4. [+]
        May 1930 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 387-394
        2. May First, 1930 by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 395-401
        3. May First---The Traditional Day of Proletarian Political Action by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 402-416
        4. From March Sixth to May First by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 417-422
        5. May First and the American Labor Movement by Bill Dunne, pp. 423-427
        6. May Day and Social-Democracy by Louis Kovess, pp. 428-432
        7. May Day---1886 and Since by Sam Darcy, pp. 433-438
        8. Preparing for the Seventh Party Convention by Earl Browder, pp. 439-444
        9. Problems of the Communist Party of Mexico, pp. 445-456
        10. On the Eve of the Fifth Congress of the Profintern, pp. 457-461
        11. Toward Social-Fascism---The "Rejuvenation" of the Socialist Party (conclusion) by A.B. Magil, pp. 462-468
        12. [+]
          Review The Imperialist War, by V.I. Lenin by A. Landy, pp. 469-474 - 1 Review
          1. The Imperialist War by V.I. Lenin
        13. [+]
          Review America Conquers Britain, by Ludwell Denny by N. Sparks, pp. 475-482 - 1 Review
          1. America Conquers Britain by Ludwell Denny
      5. [+]
        June 1930 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 483-493
        2. The Major Problems Before the Seventh Convention of the C.P. U.S.A. by Max Bedacht, pp. 494-499
        3. The Crisis in the United States and the Problems of the Communist Party by S. Mingulin, pp. 500-518
        4. Some Burning Problems of Organization by John Williamson, pp. 519-529
        5. Some Problems in the Building of District Leadership by Jack Stachel, pp. 530-537
        6. New Trends of Agriculture and the Crisis in the U.S. by T. Louf-Bogen, pp. 538-557
        7. A "Fellow Traveler" Looks at Imperialism by Earl Browder, pp. 558-568
        8. Statement of Ownership, pp. 569-572
      6. [+]
        July 1930 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 579-589
        2. Origin of the Economic Supremacy of the United States by V. Motilev, pp. 590-621
        3. The New "Left" Social-Fascism by Si Gerson, pp. 622-631
        4. Lessons of the American Revolution by David Gordon#3, pp. 632-640
        5. Social Trends in American Literature by Joseph Freeman, pp. 641-651
        6. [+]
          About a Certain "Experiment in Autobiography" by M. Pokrovsky, pp. 652-658 - 1 Review
          1. My Life by Leon Trotsky
        7. [+]
          Review Imperialism and World Economy, by Nikolai Bukh..., pp. 659-662 - 1 Review
          1. Imperialism and World Economy by Nikolai Bukharin
        8. [+]
          Review The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Frie..., pp. 663-665 - 1 Review
          1. The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
        9. [+]
          Review The National Income and Its Purchasing Power, ... by S. Sakurai, pp. 666-668 - 1 Review
          1. The National Income and Its Purchasing Power by Willford Isbell King
        10. [+]
          Review Investments of United States Capital in Latin ... by R. Doonping, pp. 669-674 - 1 Review
          1. Investments of United States Capital in Latin America by Max Winkler
      7. [+]
        August 1930 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 675-683
        2. The Bolshevization of the Communist Party by Earl Browder, pp. 684-693
        3. Against Bourgeois-Liberal Distortions of Leninism on the Negro Question in the United S... by Harry Haywood, pp. 694-712
        4. The Economic Crisis in Canada and the General Elections by Leslie Morris, pp. 713-724
        5. The Significance of the Fall in Commodity Prices by Erik Bert, pp. 725-734
        6. The Naval Conference and the Crisis of Capitalism by R.P. Dutt, pp. 735-743
        7. The Class Character of Workmen's Compensation (conclusion) by Poor and Zack, pp. 744-754
        8. [+]
          About a Certain "Experiment" in Autobiography (Cont.) by M. Pokrovsky, pp. 755-770 - 1 Review
          1. My Life by Leon Trotsky
      8. [+]
        September 1930 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. An Appeal to the Readers of the Communist, pp. 771-773
        2. Notes of the Month, pp. 774-785
        3. An Examination of Our Failure to Organize the Unemployed by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 786-794
        4. The Struggle Against Capitalist Rationalization by James Barnett, pp. 795-804
        5. Crisis of Capitalism in Latin America, pp. 805-811
        6. Daniel de Leon and the Struggle Against Opportunism in the American Labour Movement by L.G. Raisky, pp. 812-829
        7. Resolution on the Situation in the C.P. of Norway and Its Tasks Among the Working Masses, pp. 830-841
        8. [+]
          The Dilemma of a Liberal Historian by David Gordon#3, pp. 842-847 - 1 Review
          1. World Politics in Modern Civilization by Harry Elmer Barnes
        9. [+]
          Bourgeois Apologists and the South by Myra Page, pp. 848-855 - 2 Reviews
          1. Some Southern Cotton Mill Workers and Their Villages by Jennings J. Rhyne
          2. Income and Wages in the South by Clarence Heer
        10. [+]
          Review An Audit of America, by Edward Eyre Hunt, pp. 856-859 - 1 Review
          1. An Audit of America by Edward Eyre Hunt
        11. [+]
          Review Soviet Economic Development and American Busin... by Louis Kovess, pp. 860-861 - 1 Review
          1. Soviet Economic Development and American Business by Saul G. Bron
        12. [+]
          Review Reds and Lost Wages, by Charles G. Wood by Vern Smith, pp. 862-866 - 1 Review
          1. Reds and Lost Wages by Charles G. Wood
      9. [+]
        October 1930 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 866-876
        2. American Democracy on the Way to Fascism by Max Bedacht, pp. 877-883
        3. The Trade Union Line of Lovestone and Cannon-Muste Auxiliaries by William Z. Foster, pp. 884-899
        4. Fear of Communism and War Preparations by Sam Don, pp. 900-913
        5. The Socialist Party in the Election Campaign by Louis Kovess, pp. 914-922
        6. The Socialists Have a "Real Value" by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 923-931
        7. The Significane of the German Elections by N. Sparks, pp. 932-939
        8. Daniel de Leon and the Struggle Against Opportunism in the American Labor Movement by L.G. Raisky, pp. 940-951
        9. [+]
          The Making of the New Germany, pp. 952-962 - 1 Review
          1. The Memoirs of Philipp Schneidermann by Philipp Schneidermann
      10. [+]
        November 1930 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Notes of the Month, pp. 963-971
        2. Next Tasks of the Communist Party of the U.S. by Earl Browder, pp. 972-978
        3. 13 Years of the Soviet Union and the Economic Crisis in the U.S.A. by Harry Gannes, pp. 979-997
        4. The Year of Agricultural Collectivization in the Soviet Union by Meilach Epstein, pp. 998-1005
        5. War and the Militarization of the American Marine Transport Industry, pp. 1006-1015
        6. The Bourgeois-Democratic Revolution and Soviet Power in China by R. Doonping, pp. 1016-1030
        7. The Political Situation in Brazil by Armando Guerra, pp. 1031-1043
        8. Some Clarifications on the Lessons of the American Revolution, pp. 1044-1050
        9. [+]
          From the Life of the Great Proletarian Leader by I. Amter, pp. 1051-1053 - 1 Review
          1. Memories of Lenin, 1893-1917 by Nadezhda K. Krupskaya
        10. [+]
          How the New Becomes the Old by I. Amter, pp. 1054-1058 - 1 Review
          1. Soviet Russia: A Living Record and a History by William Henry Chamberlin
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1931 = 7 Issues, 82 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1931 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Counter-Revolution Before the Proletarian Court, pp. 3-6
        2. Report of the Political Committee to the Twelfth Central Committee Plenum, C.P.U.S.A., ... by Earl Browder, pp. 7-31
        3. Lenin's Contribution to the National and Colonial Oppressed by Harrison George, pp. 32-38
        4. Theses of the Second Congress of the Communist International 1920 on the National and..., pp. 39-47
        5. Yankee Imperialism in Cuba by R. Gomez, pp. 48-65
        6. Letter of the Central Committee of the C.P.U.S.A. to the Central Committee of the Commu..., pp. 66-73
        7. Soviets in China by L. Magyar, pp. 74-86
        8. Lenin's Letter to the Socialist Propaganda League in America, pp. 87-90
        9. [+]
          A Philistine's Theory of World Unity by David Gordon#3, pp. 91-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Unity of the World by Guglielmo Ferrero
      2. [+]
        April 1931 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. In the Footsteps of Lenin, pp. 291-299
        2. How We Must Fight Against the Demagogy of Fascists and Social-Fascists by Earl Browder, pp. 300-304
        3. Mr. Fish Endorses the Socialist Party by I. Amter, pp. 305-313
        4. A Review of the Political Scene on the Parliamentary Stage by Harrison George, pp. 314-323
        5. Overcome Looseness in Our Mass Work by Jack Johnstone, pp. 324-329
        6. The Crisis of the Jim-Crow Nationalism of the Negro Bourgeoisie by Harry Haywood, pp. 330-338
        7. How We Build the Revolutionary Trade Union Opposition in Germany by F. Emmerich, pp. 339-347
        8. The Role of the Red Army in Civil War and Reconstruction, pp. 348-359
        9. Bourgeois Democracy and Proletarian Dictatorship, pp. 360-370
        10. Two Letters on the Paris Commune by Karl Marx, pp. 371-372
        11. Outline for Discussion on the Agrarian Question, pp. 373-380
        12. [+]
          Class Struggle in the Lumber Industry by E. Bert, p. 381 - 1 Review
          1. Labor and Lumber by Charlotte Todes
        13. [+]
          Challenge of the Soviet Union by N. Sparks, pp. 382-383 - 1 Review
          1. The Challenge of Russia by Sherwood Eddy
        14. Statement of Ownership, pp. 384-386
      3. [+]
        May 1931 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. May First 1931, pp. 387-391
        2. The American Background of May Day by Vern Smith, pp. 392-401
        3. Comintern Documents, pp. 402-408
        4. On the Use of "Transmission Belts" in Our Struggle for the Masses by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 409-423
        5. The Party Nucleus---A Factor in the Class Struggle by John Williamson, pp. 424-432
        6. Some Lessons of the Lawrence Strike by Jack Stachel, pp. 433-443
        7. The Crisis and the Strike Curve for 1930 by Phil Frankfeld, pp. 444-451
        8. A "Model" Colony of Yankee Imperialism by D.R.D., pp. 452-462
        9. Blood Stained Nitrates of Chile by Albert Moreau, pp. 463-469
        10. Three Sources and Three Elements of Marxism, pp. 470-474
        11. Lenin's May Day Leaflet, pp. 475-478
        12. [+]
          Grey-Wash by Myra Page, pp. 479-482 - 1 Review
          1. Rockefeller: Giant, Dwarf, Symbol by William Harvey Allen
      4. [+]
        June 1931 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Musteism---"Left" Demagogy a la Mode by William Z. Foster, pp. 483-487
        2. The Course of the Economic Crisis in the United States by Harry Gannes, pp. 488-496
        3. The Theoretical Defenders of White Chauvinism in the Labor Movement by Harry Haywood, pp. 497-508
        4. The Growing Political Crisis in Poland by Edward Leno, pp. 509-515
        5. Our Present Tasks in Cuba by O. Rodriguez, pp. 516-524
        6. Demagogy and Unemployment Insurance in the United States by Sam Darcy, pp. 525-534
        7. Rationalization and Its Consequences in the Building Construction Industry in the Unite... by A. Peterson, pp. 535-546
        8. The Decline of the Garvey Movement by Cyril Briggs, pp. 547-552
        9. A "Model" Colony of Yankee Imperialism by D.R.D., pp. 553-565
        10. An Unemployment Manifestor During the Crisis of 1873 by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 566-571
        11. Engels on "Justice", pp. 572-574
        12. [+]
          Light on Coal by Bert Grant, pp. 575-578 - 1 Review
          1. Labor and Coal by Anna Rochester
      5. [+]
        August 1931 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. A New Bid for World Domination by Alex Bittelman, pp. 675-684
        2. Putting the XI Plenum Decisions into Life by Earl Browder, pp. 685-692
        3. Factors Governing Our Tactical Line, pp. 693-702
        4. Next Steps in the Coal Strike by William Z. Foster, pp. 703-705
        5. Some Major Lessons from a Minor Strike by I. Amter, pp. 706-713
        6. The Young Communist League Turns to Struggle by Gil Green, pp. 714-719
        7. The Signifance of August 23---Anti-Imperialist Day by John Bell, pp. 720-723
        8. Economic Forms in Southern Agriculture by Tom Johnson, pp. 724-728
        9. The National Problem in the Soviet Union by Meilach Epstein, pp. 729-736
        10. The 100th Anniversary of the Nat Turner Revolt by N. Stevens, pp. 737-743
        11. First Congress of the Communist Party of Philippines by S. Carpio, pp. 744-754
        12. Lenin on Economic and Political Struggle of the Working Class, pp. 755-758
        13. Baltimore and Geneva 1866---A Parallel by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 759-762
        14. [+]
          Review The Marxian Theory of the State, by Sherman H.... by R. Doonping, pp. 763-764 - 1 Review
          1. The Marxian Theory of the State by Sherman H.M. Chang
        15. [+]
          Review Labor and Textiles, by Robert W. Dunn and Jack... by Clara Holden, p. 765 - 1 Review
          1. Labor and Textiles by Robert W. Dunn and Jack Hardy
        16. [+]
          Review Labor Fact Book, by Bert Grant, pp. 766-770 - 1 Review
          1. Labor Fact Book
      6. [+]
        November 1931 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. What Means the Fourteenth Anniversary of the Revolution? by Robert Minor, pp. 867-874
        2. Some Problems of Mass Work by Earl Browder, pp. 875-881
        3. The March of the Revolution by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 882-891
        4. The Struggle for the Masses by A. Lozovsky, pp. 892-902
        5. The Latest Phase of the British Crisis in its Reverberations in the United States by Alex Bittelman, pp. 903-911
        6. The World Credit Crisis is Growing, pp. 912-916
        7. Capitalist Theories of "Planned Economy" by Harry Gannes, pp. 917-927
        8. The Present Struggle in Cuba by O. Rodriguez, pp. 928-932
        9. The Philosophical in the C.P.S.U. in 1930-31 by D.S. Mirsky, pp. 933-940
        10. Cultural Compulsives or Calverton's Latest Caricature of Marxism by A. Landy, pp. 941-962
      7. [+]
        December 1931 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Wall Street and the Organization of the Anti-Soviet Front by Harry Gannes, pp. 963-974
        2. The Party Anniversary in the Light of Our Present Tasks by Alex Bittelman, pp. 975-984
        3. The Meaning of the Wage Cutting Offensive by Joseph Zack, pp. 985-994
        4. Building the Revolutionary Trade Union Movement by S. Willner, pp. 995-1005
        5. Resolution of the Prague Conference on the Question of Unemployment, pp. 1006-1014
        6. Dilettantism in Strikes by Wm. Z. Foster, pp. 1015-1017
        7. Relations of Science, Technology, and Economics Under Capitalism and in the Soviet Union by Prof. M. Rubinstein, pp. 1018-1043
        8. Thesis on the Agrarian Question, pp. 1044-1054
        9. Lenin Corner, pp. 1055-1058
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1932 = 11 Issues, 111 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1932 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. To the Study of Lenin and Our Party by Alex Bittelman, pp. 3-8
        2. The United Front Tactics in the Lawrence Strike by William Weinstone, pp. 9-16
        3. The Struggle Against Unemployment and the Communist Way Out of the Crisis by Bill Dunne, pp. 17-26
        4. Some Lessons of the Last Miners' Strike by S. Willner, pp. 27-45
        5. Leadership at the Bench by John Steuben, pp. 46-52
        6. On the Theoretical Foundations of Marxism-Leninism by V. Adoratsky, pp. 53-65
        7. Some Questions Relating to the History of Bolshevism by J. Stalin, pp. 66-77
        8. The Irish Rebellion in 1916 by V.I. Lenin, pp. 78-83
        9. Hegel by K.A. Wittfogel, pp. 84-88
        10. The Increased Danger of War Against the U.S.S.R. and the Tasks of the Communists, pp. 89-98
      2. [+]
        February 1932 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The International Significance of Bolshevism by M.H.C., pp. 99-109
        2. The Problem of Cadres in the Party by C. Smith, pp. 110-123
        3. Growing Revolt in Japan by Nakata, pp. 124-130
        4. A Year of Sharp Class Struggles in Canada by Sam Carr (Toronto), pp. 131-140
        5. On the Theoretical Foundations of Marxism-Leninism by V. Adoratsky, pp. 141-158
        6. For a Bolshevist Study of the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by I.M. Kaganovich, pp. 159-178
        7. Statement of Comrade Yaroslavsky, pp. 179-183
        8. The Communist Party and Parliamentarism, pp. 184-194
      3. [+]
        March 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Japanese Imperialism in All Its Insolent Nakedness, pp. 195-200
        2. The Fourth Year of the Five Year Plan by N. Ossinsky, pp. 201-205
        3. The Directives on the Second Five Year Plan of Soviet Union, pp. 206-214
        4. Organizational Problems in Our Unemployment Work by S. Willner, pp. 215-229
        5. How the Crisis Hit the Auto Workers by Robert L. Cruden and Robert W. Dunn, pp. 230-238
        6. The Growing Political Significance of Organizational Work in the Present Situation by C. Smith, pp. 239-247
        7. The Uprising in Salvador by O. Rodriguez, pp. 248-251
        8. On the Theoretical Foundations of Marxism-Leninism (Continued from last issue) by V. Adoratsky, pp. 252-264
        9. Armaments and Profits, pp. 265-271
        10. "Disarmament" by V.I. Lenin, pp. 272-280
        11. The Tasks of the Communist Sections Regarding Municipal Policy, pp. 281-290
      4. [+]
        April 1932 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The World is Drifting into an Imperialist World War, pp. 291-294
        2. For National Liberation of the Negroes! War Against White Chauvinism! by Earl Browder, pp. 295-309
        3. The Tasks of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 310-324
        4. The Role of American Finance Capital in the Present Crisis by Harry Gannes, pp. 325-337
        5. Shop Politics and Organization by John Steuben, pp. 338-349
        6. Marxism and the National Problem by J. Stalin, pp. 350-356
        7. On the Theoretical Foundations of Marxism-Leninism by V. Adoratsky, pp. 357-370
        8. Oswald Spengler's "Philosophy of Life" by G. Vasilkovsky, pp. 371-377
        9. Latin America and Our Press by A.G. Martin, pp. 378-386
      5. [+]
        May 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. May day 1932, pp. 387-391
        2. Japan America and the Soviet Union, pp. 392-401
        3. Lessons of the Strike Struggles in the U.S.A., pp. 402-413
        4. Lenin's Instructions to the Delegation at the Hague Conference, pp. 414-417
        5. For a Complete Mobilization of the Party for Real Mass Work in the Election Campaign, pp. 418-432
        6. The Growth of the Party in the Struggle Against Centrism and Sectarianism by Alex Bittelman, pp. 433-442
        7. The Canadian Party and Its Struggle Against Illegality, pp. 443-453
        8. The End of the Third Year of Crisis Reveals Further Deepening, pp. 454-459
        9. Marxism and the National Problem by J. Stalin, pp. 460-465
        10. On the Theoretical Foundations of Marxism-Leninism by V. Adoratsky, pp. 466-478
        11. Marxist Study Courses, pp. 479-482
      6. [+]
        June 1932 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Imperialist Offensive and the Fourteenth Plenum of the Central Committee, pp. 483-497
        2. The Struggle for the Majority of the Working Class and Our Mass Work by O. Kuusinen, pp. 498-508
        3. Some Elementary Phases of the Work in the Reformist Trade Unions by William Z. Foster, pp. 509-518
        4. Fascism, Social Democracy and Communism by W. Knorin, pp. 519-526
        5. Lessons of Two Recent Strikes by Jack Stachel, pp. 527-542
        6. The War Offensive---Tightening the Capitalist Dictatorship in the United States by Bill Dunne, pp. 543-552
        7. The Second Five-Year Plan by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 553-568
        8. Marxism and the National Problem by Joseph Stalin, pp. 569-574
        9. Lenin on Literature, pp. 575-578
      7. [+]
        July 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Concretize and Strengthen the Anti-War Struggle, pp. 579-589
        2. Place the Party on a War Footing by Earl Browder, pp. 590-605
        3. Contradictions Among the Imperialists and Conflicts on the Pacific Coast by N. Terentyev, pp. 606-619
        4. Yankee Imperialist Intervention Against the Chinese Revolution by M. James, pp. 620-624
        5. The Revolutionary Example of the Japanese Toilers by Kumamoto, pp. 625-630
        6. Will Imperialist War Bring Back Prosperity? by Robert W. Dunn, pp. 631-639
        7. The Philippine Islands in the War Area by William Simons, pp. 640-646
        8. The Struggle Against the Provocateur, pp. 647-656
        9. "The Defense of the Fatherland" by V.I. Lenin, pp. 657-662
        10. The Economic Crisis Grinds On by John Irving, pp. 663-669
        11. [+]
          Review The Molly Maguires, by Anthony Bimba by Vern Smith, pp. 670-674 - 1 Review
          1. The Molly Maguires by Anthony Bimba
      8. [+]
        August 1932 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Election Struggle is the Fight for Bread, pp. 675-680
        2. Unemployed Work---Our Weak Point by A. Allen, pp. 681-687
        3. Should Communists Participate in Bourgeois Parliaments? by V.I. Lenin, pp. 688-696
        4. The Fight Against Sectarianism in the National Miners' Union by Tom Johnson, pp. 697-704
        5. Rapid Upsurge of the Revolutionary People's War in Manchuria by T.S.S., pp. 705-707
        6. The American Social Fascists by M.H. Childs, pp. 708-715
        7. The Growth of the Revolutionary Upsurge in the Caribbean by O. Rodriguez, pp. 716-722
        8. Some Problems of Agit-Prop Work and Our Election Campaign by Sam Don, pp. 723-730
        9. The Training of New Cadres and Our School System by A. Markoff, pp. 731-739
        10. American Imperialism's Growing Parasitic Bureaucracy by Max Weiss, pp. 740-744
        11. The Work of Trade Union Fractions, pp. 745-753
        12. The American Economic Crisis, pp. 754-761
        13. Capitalist Production Sunk to 19th Century Level, pp. 762-766
        14. [+]
          Review International Pamphlets, by James Allen, pp. 767-770 - 1 Review
          1. International Pamphlets
      9. [+]
        October 1932 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Bolshevik Fire Against Opportunism, pp. 867-873
        2. The Increasing Radicalization of the Masses and the Election Issues by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 874-888
        3. The Warren Steel Strike by Jack Stachel, pp. 889-901
        4. The Sharpening Capitalist Offensive the Rising Tide of Mass Struggles and the Next Tas..., pp. 902-917
        5. Causes and Meaning of the Farmers' Strike and Our Tasks as Communists by Harrison George, pp. 918-931
        6. Tactics of the United Front, pp. 932-943
        7. For a Strict Leninist Analysis of the Negro Question by D.D. Amis, pp. 944-949
        8. On the International Character of the October Revolution by J. Stalin, pp. 950-956
        9. The Fourth Winter of Unemployment Is Upon Us by John Irving, pp. 957-962
      10. [+]
        November 1932 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Fifteen Years of Victorious Proletarian Revolution, pp. 963-974
        2. Capitalist Stabilization Has Ended, pp. 975-988
        3. The Great Divide by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 989-999
        4. Lenin's Writings Between the Two Revolutions of 1917 by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 1000-1009
        5. Lenin on the Eve of October, pp. 1010-1014
        6. The Capitalist Offensive and the Revolutionary Way Out of the Crisis by Bill Dunne, pp. 1015-1022
        7. Imperialism Dictates the Main Policy of the Koumintang by D.L. Han (Shanghai), pp. 1023-1028
        8. The Lessons of the Illinois Miners' Strike by S. Willner, pp. 1029-1047
        9. How Many Unemployed? by John Irving, pp. 1048-1058
      11. [+]
        December 1932 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The United Front Policy and the Struggle Against Sectarianism, pp. 1059-1064
        2. The Scottsboro Decision by Harry Haywood, pp. 1065-1075
        3. The Expanding Inter-Imperialist Wars in South America by William Simons, pp. 1076-1085
        4. The United Front---A Tactic of Struggle, Not Peace by John Williamson, pp. 1086-1102
        5. Distorters of the Revolutionary Heritage of the American Proletariat by James S. Allen, pp. 1103-1118
        6. Situation in the Philippines and Tasks of the Communist Party of the Philippine Islands by S. Carpio, pp. 1119-1134
        7. How Many Unemployed? by John Irving, pp. 1135-1142
        8. [+]
          Review Socialist Planned Economy in the Soviet Union,..., pp. 1143-1146 - 1 Review
          1. Socialist Planned Economy in the Soviet Union by Valerian V. Obolensky-Ossinsky
        9. [+]
          Review Coup d'Etat: The Technique of Revolution, by C... by Robert Julian Kenton, pp. 1147-1148 - 1 Review
          1. Coup d'Etat: The Technique of Revolution by Curzio Malaparte
        10. Index---Volume XI---1932, pp. 1149-1154
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1933 = 12 Issues, 107 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Forward in the Line of the Twelfth Plenum of the E.C.C.I., pp. 3-17
        2. Struggle for Elementary Needs---the Main Link in Winning the Masses by Jack Stachel, pp. 18-32
        3. The End of Capitalist Stabilization and the Basic Tasks of the British and American Sec... by T. Gusev, pp. 33-49
        4. Unmasking an American Revisionist of Marxism by V.J. Jerome, pp. 50-82
        5. Stalin Develops the Teachings of Marx and Lenin, pp. 83-84
        6. Spinoza and Marxism by M. Mitin, pp. 85-88
        7. [+]
          A Bourgeois Critic Attacks Philosophic Idealism by Milton Howard, pp. 89-92 - 1 Review
          1. Philosophical Aspects of Modern Science by C.E.M. Joad
        8. [+]
          Class-ical Culture by W. Phelps, pp. 93-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset
      2. [+]
        February 1933 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. A New Victory of the Peaceful Policy of the U.S.S.R., pp. 99-111
        2. The Revolutionary Upsurge and the Struggles of the Unemployed by I. Amter, pp. 112-122
        3. On the End of Capitalist Stabilization in the U.S.A. by H.M. Wicks, pp. 123-132
        4. The Revisionism of Sidney Hook by Earl Browder, pp. 133-146
        5. Prologue to the Liberation of the Negro People by James S. Allen, pp. 147-170
        6. Technocracy---A Reactionary Utopia by V.J. Jerome, pp. 171-187
        7. [+]
          Review Where Is Science Going?, by Max Planck by W. Phelps, pp. 188-194 - 1 Review
          1. Where Is Science Going? by Max Planck
      3. [+]
        March 1933 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. "For Marx Was Before All Else a Revolutionist", pp. 195-196
        2. Some Lessons of the Strike Struggles in Detroit, pp. 197-203
        3. Marx, Founder of Scientific Communism and Organizer of the Communist Party by F. Brown, pp. 204-221
        4. The End of Relative Capitalist Stabilization and the Tasks of Our Party by Earl Browder, pp. 222-248
        5. Life and Work of Karl Marx by Max Bedacht, pp. 249-259
        6. Marx on the American Civil War, pp. 260-266
        7. The Emergence of an American Revolutionary Proletariat by Sam Don, pp. 267-275
        8. Marxism and Revisionism by V.I. Lenin, pp. 276-284
        9. The Revisionism of Sidney Hook (Concluded) by Earl Browder, pp. 285-300
        10. The Struggle of Marx and Engels Against the Opportunism of German Social Democracy by G. Vasilkovsky, pp. 301-307
        11. The American Economic Crisis by John Irving, pp. 308-313
        12. [+]
          New Reforms for Old by Milton Howard, pp. 314-322 - 1 Review
          1. Farewell to Reform by John Chamberlain
      4. [+]
        April 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. For United Action Against Fascism, pp. 323-336
        2. The Banking Crisis in the United States by Anna Rochester, pp. 337-351
        3. The End of Relative Capitalist Stabilization and the Tasks of Our Party by Earl Browder, pp. 352-370
        4. Which Way Out? by S. Gusev, pp. 371-383
        5. A New Phase in the Struggle for Social Insurance by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 384-391
        6. The Problems of the American Revolutionary Youth Movement by John Marx, pp. 392-400
        7. The Bourgeoisie "Commemorates" Marx by V.J. Jerome, pp. 401-411
        8. [+]
          Review Marx, Engels and Lenin on the Irish Revolution... by Martin Moriarty, pp. 412-418 - 1 Review
          1. Marx, Engels and Lenin on the Irish Revolution by Ralph Fox
      5. [+]
        May 1933 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Roosevelt Program---an Attack Upon the Toiling Masses, pp. 419-425
        2. Maneuvers to Sabotage a United Front of Struggle by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 426-436
        3. The Scottsboro Struggle by James S. Allen, pp. 437-448
        4. The World Political Background of the Engineers Trial by Peter Bolm, pp. 449-457
        5. Communism and the Jewish Question in Germany, pp. 458-461
        6. The Confessions of an American "Marxist" by M. Childs and H. Yaris, pp. 462-469
        7. The Tasks of the Communist Party of Mexico in the Conditions of the End of Capitalist S... by Gonzalez, pp. 470-479
        8. Marx and Working Class Unity by Andre Marty, pp. 480-493
        9. Marxism and the Peasant Question by H. Puro, pp. 494-498
        10. The American Economic Crisis by John Irving, pp. 499-503
        11. [+]
          New Lenin Volumes by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 504-514 - 2 Reviews
          1. Toward the Seizure of Power by V.I. Lenin
          2. Toward the Seizure of Power by V.I. Lenin
      6. [+]
        June 1933 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Rising Strike Movement, pp. 515-524
        2. A Warning Against Opportunist Distortions of the United Front Tactic by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 525-537
        3. The Communist Parties of the Capitalist Countries in the Struggle for the United Front by O. Piatnitsky, pp. 538-546
        4. The Class Struggle in the American Countryside by H. Puro, pp. 547-558
        5. The Rise of the Revolutionary Movement in Cuba by R. Martinez Villena, pp. 559-569
        6. The Scottsboro Struggle and the Next Steps, pp. 570-582
        7. The Political Connections of the International Armament Firms by Jan Relling, pp. 583-589
        8. [+]
          The Transition to Communism---The Opportunism of the German Social Democracy, pp. 590-600 - 1 Review
          1. Critique of the Gotha Programme by Karl Marx
        9. [+]
          New Lenin Volumes by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 601-610 - 2 Reviews
          1. Toward the Seizure of Power by V.I. Lenin
          2. Toward the Seizure of Power by V.I. Lenin
      7. [+]
        July 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The World Economic Conference by Peter Bolm, pp. 611-624
        2. American Imperialism Prepares for War by Robert W. Dunn, pp. 625-635
        3. War in the Far East and Our Tasks by K. Kita, pp. 636-649
        4. Unity in the Struggle for Social Insurance by I. Amter, pp. 650-658
        5. Imperialism and the Split in Socialism by V.I. Lenin, pp. 659-669
        6. The Intensification of the Versailles Antagonisms and the Menace of a New Imperialist War by N. Rudolph, pp. 670-683
        7. The Veterans and the United Front by E. Levin, pp. 684-695
        8. The Soviet Union Fights for Peace by A.A. Heller, pp. 696-706
      8. [+]
        August 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Why an Open Letter to Our Party Membership by Earl Browder, pp. 707-769
        2. The National Industrial Recovery Act---Spear-Head of the Roosevelt Program by Harry Gannes, pp. 770-783
        3. Some Lessons of Recent Strike Struggles by Jack Stachel, pp. 784-792
        4. Building the United Front in Ford-Controlled Dearborn by Max Salzman, pp. 793-799
        5. The St. Louis Strike and the Chicago Needle Trades Strikes by Bill Gebert, pp. 800-809
        6. The Tasks Among the Foreign-Born Workers by F. Brown, pp. 810-817
        7. The Open Letter and Tasks of the Y.C.L. by Gil Green, pp. 818-823
        8. From Opportunism to Counter-Revolution by V.J. Jerome, pp. 824-834
      9. [+]
        September 1933 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Fourteenth Anniversary of Our Party, pp. 835-844
        2. From the Open Letter, p. 845
        3. From Left Socialism to Communism by Alex Bittelman, pp. 846-863
        4. Through Concentration to a Mass Party by F. Brown, pp. 864-874
        5. Tasks of Our Party in Work Among Farmers by Henry Puro, pp. 875-887
        6. The Struggle for the Leninist Position on the Negro Question in the U.S.A. by Harry Haywood, pp. 888-901
        7. Background of Recent Events in Cuba by William Simons, pp. 902-921
        8. The Intensified Drive Toward Imperialist War by W. Weinstone, pp. 922-938
        9. From Opportunism to Counter-Revolution by V.J. Jerome, pp. 939-947
        10. Organizational Problems in the Light of the Open Letter by J. Peters, pp. 948-954
        11. The Significance of the Party Anniversary to the Polish Workers in the U.S.A. by B.K. Gebert, pp. 955-962
      10. [+]
        October 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Open Letter and the Struggle Against the N.R.A. by Earl Browder, pp. 963-972
        2. The Struggle Against the "New Deal" in the Coal Fields by B. Frank, pp. 973-981
        3. Swinging to the Offensive in the Struggle Against the N.R.A. in the Steel Mills by John Meldon, pp. 982-988
        4. The Open Letter and Our Tasks in the Detroit District by John Schmies, pp. 989-993
        5. Address to the Communist Youth by V.I. Lenin, pp. 994-1008
        6. The Work of Factory Nuclei, pp. 1009-1028
        7. From Opportunism to Counter-Revolution by V.J. Jerome, pp. 1029-1040
        8. Beginnings of Revolutionary Political Action in the U.S.A. by Vern Smith, pp. 1041-1058
      11. [+]
        November 1933 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Entering the 17th Year of the Victorious Proletarian Revolution, pp. 1059-1077
        2. The Seal of N.R.A. on the A.F. of L. Convention by Bill Dunne, pp. 1078-1087
        3. Resolution of the 17th Central Committee Meeting of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 1088-1095
        4. For an Intensive Struggle Against Right Opportunism by E. Edwards, pp. 1096-1107
        5. The Coming Pan-American Conference at Montevideo by Lucile Perry, pp. 1108-1119
        6. Resolution and Program of the American League Against Fascism and War, pp. 1120-1124
        7. A Program for Speeding Up the Training of New Leadership in Districts and Sections, pp. 1125-1139
        8. On the Draft Program of the United Farmers' League by J. Barnett, pp. 1140-1154
      12. [+]
        December 1933 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Recent Developments in the Trade Union Movement by Jack Stachel, pp. 1155-1168
        2. The Communist Manifesto by O. Kuusinen, pp. 1169-1178
        3. The N.R.A. in the South by Nat Ross, pp. 1179-1188
        4. Mass Struggles in the Chicago District and the Tasks of the Party by B.K. Gebert, pp. 1189-1200
        5. Leipzig---A Grandiose Provocation of the Bloody Fascist Dictatorship, pp. 1201-1212
        6. Political Repression and Social Discrimination Against Negroes in South Africa by Z. Nzula, pp. 1213-1220
        7. The New Phase in the Revolutionary Events in Cuba by G. Sinani, pp. 1221-1230
        8. How Lenin Studied Marx by N. Krupskaya, pp. 1231-1242
        9. Some Figures in the Crisis, pp. 1243-1250
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1934 = 11 Issues, 105 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1934 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Victories of Lenin, pp. 3-7
        2. Lenin's First Speech After the Revolution, p. 8
        3. Lenin and Stalin by L. Kaganovich, pp. 9-11
        4. Lenin, the Founder and Builder of the Soviet State by M.J. Olgin, pp. 12-21
        5. Lenin's Conception of the Party by F. Brown, pp. 22-31
        6. Lenin's Teachings on the Farmers as the Ally of the Proletariat by H. Puro, pp. 32-38
        7. Leninism and Practical Work Among the Farmers by J. Barnett, pp. 39-46
        8. Class Composition of the Farmers' Second National Conference, Chicago, 1933 by George Anstrom, pp. 47-52
        9. Lenin and the American Negro by James Allen, pp. 53-61
        10. Trotskyism, Vanguard of the Counter-Revolutionary Bourgeoisie by B.K. Gebert, pp. 62-71
        11. Lenin and the Principles of the Revolutionary Youth Movement by Gil Green, pp. 72-80
        12. The New Deal and the Old Deal by Alex Bittelman, pp. 81-98
        13. Lenin and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat by J. Mindel, pp. 99-106
        14. Lenin on Agitation and Propaganda, and the Tasks of the Communist Party by A. Markoff, pp. 107-112
        15. Directives on Work within the A.F. of L. and Independent Trade Unions, pp. 113-115
        16. [+]
          The Place of Lenin's Imperialism Among the Classics of Marxism, pp. 116-121 - 1 Review
          1. Imperialism by Vladimir I. Lenin
        17. Outstanding Events in the Life of V.I. Lenin by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 122-124
        18. Index---Volume XII---1933, pp. 125-130
      2. [+]
        March 1934 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Third International and Its Place in History by V.I. Lenin, pp. 227-234
        2. Milestones of Comintern Leadership by Alex Bittelman, pp. 235-248
        3. The Armed Revolt of the Austrian Workers by V.J. Jerome, pp. 249-260
        4. How Not to Apply the Open Letter by Gertrude Haessler, pp. 261-271
        5. Lessons of the Economic Struggles, and the Work in the Trade Unions by Jack Stachel, pp. 272-301
        6. DeLeonism in the Light of Marxism-Leninism by Walter Burke, pp. 302-310
        7. Figures on the American Economic Crisis, pp. 311-317
        8. [+]
          Two Months and Ten Days by H.M. Wicks, pp. 318-322 - 1 Review
          1. The Paris Commune by Vladimir I. Lenin
      3. [+]
        April 1934 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Role of the Socialist Party Leaders in the Struggle Against War and Fascism by Earl Browder, pp. 323-335
        2. Lessons of the Austrian Revolt by V.J. Jerome, pp. 336-345
        3. The Work of Our Party in the Pittsburgh District by Jack Johnstone, pp. 346-355
        4. The Line is Correct by J.A. Zack, pp. 356-362
        5. The Key to Our Central Problem by F. Brown, pp. 363-368
        6. The Inner Life of Our Party and Its Work Among the Foreign-Born Workers by John Adams, pp. 369-377
        7. What Is Fascism? by L. Magyar, pp. 378-387
        8. Soviet China in Danger, pp. 388-404
        9. DeLeonism in the Light of Marxism-Leninism by W. Burke, pp. 405-418
      4. [+]
        May 1934 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Through May Day to a Soviet America, pp. 419-426
        2. The Eighth Convention of Our Party, pp. 427-429
        3. The Present Situation and the Tasks of the Communist Party of the U.S.A., pp. 430-455
        4. Lessons of Economic Struggles Tasks of the Communists in the Trade Unions, pp. 456-476
        5. The Winning of the Working Class Youth is the Task of the Entire Party, pp. 477-490
        6. The Present Economic Situation in the United States by Martin Young, pp. 491-506
        7. Figures on the American Economic Crisis, pp. 507-514
      5. [+]
        June 1934 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Lessons of May Day, pp. 515-523
        2. Some Problems in Our Trade Union Work by Jack Stachel, pp. 524-535
        3. What is to be Expected of the Socialist Party Convention? by Martin Young, pp. 536-540
        4. The Imperialist Scramble in the Colombian-Peruvian Conflict by Marina Lopez, pp. 541-548
        5. Japan Bares Its Imperialist Sword by G.M., pp. 549-568
        6. The Farmers are Getting Ready for Revolutionary Struggles by H. Puro, pp. 569-580
        7. The Black Belt: Area of Negro Majority by James S. Allen, pp. 581-599
        8. Figures on the American Economic Crisis, pp. 600-605
        9. [+]
          Review Fascism, Social Democracy and the Communists, ... by James S. Allen, pp. 606-610 - 1 Review
          1. Fascism, Social Democracy and the Communists by V. Knorin
      6. [+]
        July 1934 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Darrow Report, pp. 611-615
        2. The Socialist Party Convention by V.J. Jerome, pp. 616-638
        3. The Lessons of the Toledo Strike by John Williamson, pp. 639-654
        4. Unify the Forces of All Steel Workers for Aggressive Unionism!, pp. 655-663
        5. The Great West Coast Maritime Strike by Sam Darcy, pp. 664-686
        6. The Communist Party in the Birmingham Strikes by Nat Ross, pp. 687-699
        7. For Improving the Work of the Party Among the Foreign-Born Workers by F. Brown, pp. 700-710
        8. Check-Up on Control, Tasks in the Chicago District by Bill Gebert, pp. 711-717
        9. The I.L.D. Faces the Future by William L. Patterson, pp. 718-727
        10. Figures on the American Eocnomic Crisis, pp. 728-733
        11. [+]
          Review Fascism, the Danger of War and the Tasks of th... by H.M. Wicks, pp. 734-738 - 1 Review
          1. Fascism, the Danger of War and the Tasks of the Communist Parties by O.W. Kuusinen
      7. [+]
        August 1934 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. In the Midst of Great Historic Battles, pp. 739-750
        2. The Tasks of Revolutionary Social-Democracy in the European War by V.I. Lenin, pp. 751-754
        3. For a Bolshevik Anti-War Struggle by Alex Bittelman, pp. 755-772
        4. The Bloody 30th of June in Germany, pp. 773-778
        5. Lessons of the Milwaukee Street Carmen's Strike, pp. 779-789
        6. The Leninist Party as Leader of the Struggle Against Imperialist War by H.M. Wicks, pp. 790-799
        7. Imperialist War and Politics in the Far East by R. Doonping, pp. 800-809
        8. The United Farmers League Convention by John Barnett, pp. 810-819
        9. The Veterans in the Struggle Against Fascism and Imperialist War by Emanuel Levin, pp. 820-830
        10. [+]
          Review Labor Fact Book II, by John Irving, pp. 831-834 - 1 Review
          1. Labor Fact Book II
      8. [+]
        September 1934 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Approaching the Seventh World Congress and the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Founding of... by Earl Browder, pp. 835-844
        2. Force the Enactment of the Workers' Bill! by I. Amter, pp. 845-861
        3. Fifteen Years of Our Party by Max Bedacht, pp. 862-874
        4. The Present Situation Perspectives and Tasks in Cuba, pp. 875-887
        5. Marx Engels Lenin Stalin on the Communist Party, pp. 888-902
        6. The Leninist Struggle for the Slogan of Soviet Power in the Present Situation by A. Martynov, pp. 903-912
        7. The Tasks of the Communist Sections Regarding Municipal Policy, pp. 913-920
        8. Figures on the American Economic Crisis, pp. 921-926
        9. [+]
          Review Marx and the East, by L.G. Safarov by R. Doonping, pp. 927-930 - 1 Review
          1. Marx and the East by L.G. Safarov
      9. [+]
        October 1934 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. The Struggle for the United Front by Earl Browder, pp. 931-967
        2. Lessons of Recent Strike Struggles in the U.S.A., pp. 968-984
        3. The San Francisco Bay Area General Strike by Sam Darcy, pp. 985-1004
        4. Problems of Party Growth by J. Peters, pp. 1005-1014
        5. Permanent Counter Revolution by M. Childs, pp. 1015-1032
        6. Leninism is the Only Marxism of the Imperialist Era by Alex Bittelman and V.J. Jerome, pp. 1033-1058
      10. [+]
        November 1934 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Seventeenth Anniversary of the October Revolution, pp. 1059-1083
        2. The International Character of the October Revolution, pp. 1084-1105
        3. Lessons of the Great National Textile Strike by Carl Reeve, pp. 1106-1124
        4. Leninism is the Only Marxism of the Imperialist Era by Alex Bittelman and V.J. Jerome, pp. 1125-1156
        5. The Present Situation Perspectives and Task in Cuba, pp. 1157-1169
        6. Figures on the American Economic Crisis by John Irving and Phil Mayer, pp. 1170-1176
        7. [+]
          Dynamite Against the Working Class by A. Bimba, pp. 1177-1186 - 1 Review
          1. Dynamite by Louis Adamic
        8. Our Trade Policy by Jack Stachel, p. 1187
      11. [+]
        December 1934 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Results and Lessons of the Elections, pp. 1187-1194
        2. Developments in the United Front by Alex Bittelman, pp. 1195-1213
        3. The "Epic" Mass Movement in California by Robert Minor, pp. 1214-1233
        4. Recent Developments in the Steel Industry and Our Tasks by John Steuben, pp. 1234-1240
        5. Sharecropping as a Remnant of Chattel Slavery by James S. Allen, pp. 1241-1253
        6. The Rise of the Revolutionary Movement in Cuab by Joaquin Ordoqui, pp. 1254-1262
        7. An Unpublished Document by Friedrich Engels, pp. 1263-1264
        8. Marxism and Anarchism by Emilian Yaroslavski, pp. 1265-1269
        9. Figures on the American Economic Crisis by John Irving and Phil Mayer, pp. 1270-1276
        10. Index---Volume XIII---1934, pp. 1277-1282
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1935 = 11 Issues, 86 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1935 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Sergei Mironovitch Kirov, pp. 3-5
        2. For Leninism---For a Soviet America! by Alex Bittelman, pp. 6-22
        3. The Military Program of the Proletarian Revolution by V.I. Lenin, pp. 23-32
        4. The National Congress for Unemployment and Social Insurance---and After by I. Amter, pp. 33-44
        5. Sharpen the Fight for the Central Slogan of the World Communist Party---Soviet Power! by Max Young, pp. 45-60
        6. Some Problems of the Class Struggle in the South by Nat Ross, pp. 61-75
        7. The Three Basic Slogans of the Party on the Peasant Question by Joseph Stalin, pp. 76-86
        8. Notes on the Economic Crisis, pp. 87-91
        9. [+]
          Forging the Weapon of Proletarian Revolution by H.M. Wicks, pp. 92-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Collected Works of V.I. Lenin by V.I. Lenin
      2. [+]
        February 1935 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Valerian Kuibyshev, p. 98
        2. New Developments and New Tasks in the U.S.A. by Earl Browder, pp. 99-116
        3. On the Main Immediate Tasks of the C.P.U.S.A., pp. 117-126
        4. The Socialist Revolution in the United States by Alex Bittelman, pp. 127-147
        5. For the Workers' Bill! by Earl Browder, pp. 148-154
        6. Lenin on Unemployment and Social Insurance, pp. 155-157
        7. The United Front in the Field of Negro Work by James W. Ford, pp. 158-174
        8. Unity of the Farming Masses---A Paramount Issue by John Barnett, pp. 175-183
        9. Aspects of the Depression of the Special Type in the U.S.A, pp. 184-194
      3. [+]
        March 1935 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Report to the Central Committee Meeting of the C.P.U.S.A., January 15-18, 1935 by Earl Browder, pp. 195-216
        2. Our "C.E." by Robert Minor, pp. 217-226
        3. The Historic Path of the Zionovievist Group by Albert Radier, pp. 227-232
        4. The Anniversary of the Paris Commune and the Struggle Against Fascist Terror by Anna Damon, pp. 233-239
        5. Report to the National Agitation and Propaganda Conference, January 18, 1935 by Alex Bittelman, pp. 240-261
        6. The Organizational Tasks Arising from the Plenum Decisions by F. Brown, pp. 262-273
        7. Long Island Section Makes the Turn to Shop Work by Bill Lawrence, pp. 274-284
        8. [+]
          Woll's New Adventure in Reactionary Demagogy by William F. Dunne, pp. 285-290 - 1 Review
          1. Labor, Industry and Government by Matthew Woll
      4. [+]
        April 1935 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Forge a Mighty United Front for May Day!, pp. 291-298
        2. Our Tasks in the Light of Changed Conditions by Morris Childs, pp. 299-311
        3. Development of Work in the Harlem Section by James W. Ford and Louis Sass, pp. 312-325
        4. The Meaning of Sidney Hook by L. Rudas, pp. 326-349
        5. Religion and Communism by Earl Browder, pp. 350-365
        6. Manifesto of the Communist Party of the Philippine Islands, pp. 366-380
        7. [+]
          Review The Economic Consequences of the New Deal, by ... by Harry Gannes, pp. 381-386 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic Consequences of the New Deal by Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton
      5. [+]
        May 1935 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. May Day Under the Guns by Robert Minor, pp. 387-410
        2. For a Broad United Front in Japan by Tanaka, pp. 411-427
        3. Lenin on the Elements of Materialist Dialectics, p. 428
        4. Some Problems of Party Work in the Countryside by Louise Scott, pp. 429-443
        5. Achievements and Tasks of the New York District by Max Steinberg, pp. 444-458
        6. Unmasking the New Deal in the Cotton Patch by Donald MacDougal, pp. 459-473
        7. Comintern Documents on the United Front by H.M. Wicks, pp. 474-482
      6. [+]
        June 1935 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Fight of the Steel Workers for Their Union by Jack Stachel, pp. 483-499
        2. The Filipino Masses Enter the Stage of Armed Struggle for Freedom by Harrison George, pp. 500-509
        3. The Struggle for the United Front by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 510-517
        4. Approaching the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International by Alex Bittelman, pp. 518-527
        5. The Unemployment Movement in the U.S.A. by Herbert Benjamin, pp. 528-547
        6. Initiating Labor Party Tickets by Ralph Shaw, pp. 548-557
        7. Toward the Study of Fascization in the United States by F. Brown, pp. 558-568
        8. The Development of the Struggle for Negro Rights, pp. 569-578
      7. [+]
        July 1935 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. The Supreme Court, the New Deal and the Class Struggle by Alex Bittelman, pp. 579-603
        2. Recent Political Developments and Some Problems of the United Front by Earl Browder, pp. 604-624
        3. Organizational Problems of the Party by Jack Stachel, pp. 625-640
        4. Let Us Penetrate Deeper Into the Rural Areas by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 641-660
        5. Roosevelt's "Happy days" for the Young Generation by Gil Green, pp. 661-674
      8. [+]
        August 1935 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The United Front Against Imperialist War by Alex Bittelman, pp. 675-685
        2. The Titans of Scientific Communism by V.J. Jerome, pp. 686-708
        3. The Meaning of Engels' Teachings for the American Working Class by B.K. Gebert, pp. 709-722
        4. World Politics and Ethiopia by William L. Patterson, pp. 723-734
        5. A Valuable Lenin Document, p. 735
        6. Friedrich Engels by V.I. Lenin, pp. 736-743
        7. Engels a One of the Founders of Communism by V.I. Lenin, pp. 744-749
        8. Engels' Introduction to Marx's "The Class Struggles in France", pp. 750-768
        9. Documents on International Trade Union Unity, pp. 769-776
        10. [+]
          From Colonial Oppression to Socialist Construction by Joseph Freeman, pp. 777-786 - 1 Review
          1. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
      9. [+]
        September 1935 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. For Working Class Unity! For a Workers' and Farmers' Labor Party by Earl Browder, pp. 787-799
        2. The General Strike in Terre Haute by B.K. Gebert, pp. 800-810
        3. The Northwest General Lumber Strike by N. Sparks, pp. 811-829
        4. [+]
          Somebody Is "Distressed"---But Not Karl Marx by Robert Minor, pp. 830-850 - 1 Review
          1. Communism in the United States by Earl R. Browder
        5. Marxist-Leninist Education of Our Membership in the Light of the May Plenum of the C.C. by Eva Robins, pp. 851-865
        6. The Rural Masses and the Work of Our Party by Donald Henderson, pp. 866-882
      10. [+]
        October 1935 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Fascist Tendencies in the United States by William Z. Foster, pp. 883-902
        2. The Threat of Fascism in the United States by Georgi Dimitroff, pp. 903-910
        3. The Present Rulers of the Capitalist Countries Are But Temporary, the Real Master of th... by Georgi Dimitroff, pp. 911-920
        4. The Communist International---From the Sixth to the Seventh Congress---1928-1955, pp. 921-923
        5. The Offensive of Fascism and the Tasks of the Communist International in the Fight for ..., pp. 924-939
        6. The Tasks of the Communist International in Connection with the Preparations of the Imp..., pp. 940-947
        7. The Victory of Socialism in the U.S.S.R. and Its World Historic Significance, pp. 948-954
        8. Forward to the Cuban Anti-Imperialist People's Front! by Blas Roca, pp. 955-967
        9. The Next Steps in Alabama and the Lower South by Nat Ross, pp. 968-978
      11. [+]
        December 1935 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The United Front---The Key to Our New Tactical Orientation by Earl Browder, pp. 1075-1129
        2. The Negro Liberation Movement and the Farmer-Labor Party by James W. Ford, pp. 1130-1141
        3. Experiences in United Independent Political Action by William W. Weinstone, pp. 1142-1160
        4. Rooting the Party on the Waterfront by Roy Hudson, pp. 1161-1170
        5. Winning the Masses to Fight for Peace by Alex Bittelman, pp. 1171-1181
        6. The Seventh World Congress of the Communist International and the Tasks of Our Party, pp. 1182-1185
        7. The Farmer-Labor Party and the Struggle Against Reaction, pp. 1186-1196
        8. Index Volume XIV 1935, pp. 1197-1202
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1936 = 7 Issues, 65 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1936 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 3-18
        2. The Great Initiative by V.I. Lenin, pp. 19-34
        3. Wall Street Faces the Far East by Harry Gannes, pp. 35-46
        4. Our Tasks in Developing Activity Within the Company Unions by B.K. Gebert, pp. 47-57
        5. Unity for Victory by Jacques Duclos, pp. 58-71
        6. Toward the People's Anti-Imperialist Front in Mexico by Hernan Laborde, pp. 72-83
        7. The Socialist Administration in Reading and Our United Front Tasks by John Dean, pp. 84-88
        8. Data on the High Cost of Living, pp. 89-93
        9. [+]
          There is a Method to Their Madness by A. Bimba, pp. 94-98 - 1 Review
          1. The United States Since 1865 by Louis M. Hacker and Benjamin B. Kendrick
      2. [+]
        April 1936 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 291-310
        2. Ernst Thaelmann Proletarian Leader, pp. 311-315
        3. The National Negro Congress by James W. Ford, pp. 316-326
        4. Unity on the Unemployment Field by Herbert Benjamin, pp. 327-336
        5. Interview with Joseph Stalin by Roy Howard, pp. 337-345
        6. Close Ranks! Forward! by Harrison George, pp. 346-352
        7. The Peace Policy of the Soviet Union by L., pp. 353-358
        8. Unity for Victory and Its Conditions, pp. 359-375
        9. [+]
          A Scientific Survey of American Imperialism by Harry Gannes, pp. 376-379 - 1 Review
          1. Rulers of America by Anna Rochester
        10. [+]
          "Heroes" of Our Industrial America by Anthony Bimba, pp. 380-386 - 1 Review
          1. I Break Strikes! by Edward Levinson
      3. [+]
        May 1936 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 387-404
        2. For a United Front May Day!, pp. 405-410
        3. Akron a New Chapter in American Labor History by John Williamson, pp. 411-426
        4. Problems in Our Farmer-Labor Party Activities by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 427-433
        5. The Hand of God---and the Lack of Flood Control by N. Sparks, pp. 434-447
        6. Japan, Outer Mongolia, and the Chinese Liberation Movement by R. Doonping, pp. 448-456
        7. Political Highlights of the National Negro Congress by James W. Ford, pp. 457-464
        8. Organizational Changes in the New York District of the Party by I. Amter, pp. 465-473
        9. The Working Class and Neo-Malthusianism by V.I. Lenin, pp. 474-476
        10. [+]
          Ten Peaks in the American Strike Range by Theodore Repard, pp. 477-482 - 1 Review
          1. American Labor Struggles by Samuel Yellen
      4. [+]
        July 1936 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 579-599
        2. Platforms and Issues in 1936 by David Ramsey, pp. 600-612
        3. The People's Front Strikes from the Shoulder by V.J. Jerome, pp. 613-628
        4. The Struggle for Puerto Rican Independence by Harry Robinson, pp. 629-642
        5. Problems of Party Growth in the New York District by Max Steinberg, pp. 643-665
        6. On the Communist Approach to Zionism, pp. 666-670
        7. [+]
          Professionals Speak by Grace Hutchins, pp. 671-674 - 1 Review
          1. Creative America by Mary Van Kleeck
      5. [+]
        August 1936 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 675-688
        2. The Struggle for Workers' and Peasants' Alliances in Spain, pp. 689-691
        3. The War Threat and the World Peace Conference by Harrison George, pp. 692-697
        4. Railroad Workers Raise Struggle Against Consolidation by George Brown, pp. 698-706
        5. Roosevelt and the Democratic Platform by David Ramsey, pp. 707-720
        6. France Goes Forward With the People's Front by V.J. Jerome, pp. 721-736
        7. The Stalinist Draft of the Constitution by M.I. Kalinin, pp. 737-746
        8. Advancing Against Reaction in the Center of the Motor Industry by William Weinstone, pp. 747-758
        9. Smashing Through Barriers to the Organization of the Steel Workers by B.K. Gebert, pp. 759-768
        10. Forging Unity Against Reaction in Illinois by Morris Childs, pp. 769-783
        11. Strengthening the Trade Union Backbone of the Farmer-Labor Party Movement in Ohio by John Williamson, pp. 784-793
        12. [+]
          The Close of an Epoch of Marxist Research by H.M. Wicks, pp. 794-797 - 1 Review
          1. Karl Marx: The Story of His Life by Franz Mehring
        13. [+]
          Ammunition for the Election and Other Campaigns by H.M. Wicks, pp. 798-802 - 1 Review
          1. Labor Fact Book III
      6. [+]
        September 1936 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 803-818
        2. Election Campaign Outline for 1936, pp. 819-828
        3. Fighting for Democracy in Spain by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 829-844
        4. A.F. of L. Unity is Threatened by the Executive Council by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 845-854
        5. Towards Youth Unity by Gil Green, pp. 855-864
        6. On the Inter-American Peace Conference by Harrison George, pp. 865-872
        7. The Housing Question by E.C. Greenfield, pp. 873-884
        8. British Rule in South Africa by William L. Patterson, pp. 885-898
      7. [+]
        November 1936 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 995-1008
        2. The Soviets on the Threshold of the Twentieth Year by M.J. Olgin, pp. 1009-1025
        3. The Nuremberg Circus by Ernst Braun, pp. 1026-1031
        4. The Crisis in the Socialist Party by William Z. Foster, pp. 1032-1045
        5. Problems Before the 56th Annual Convention of the A.F. of L. by Jack Stachel, pp. 1046-1055
        6. Six Months of Unity of the Unemployed by Herbert Benjamin, pp. 1056-1070
        7. The Struggle for the Liberation of Luis Carlos Prestes by A. Montes, pp. 1071-1083
        8. [+]
          A Manual for Scabs by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 1084-1090 - 1 Review
          1. This Labor Union Racket by Edward Dean Sullivan
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1937 = 8 Issues, 78 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1937 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 3-13
        2. The Results of the Elections and the People's Front by Earl Browder, pp. 14-49
        3. The 56th Convention of the A.F. of L. by Jack Stachel, pp. 50-62
        4. The Negro People and the Elections by James W. Ford, pp. 63-73
        5. Lenin---Thirteen Years After by A. Markoff, pp. 74-81
        6. The Crisis in the Socialist Party by William Z. Foster, pp. 82-92
        7. [+]
          Review World Politics, 1918-1936, by R. Palme Dutt by Harry Gannes, pp. 93-98 - 1 Review
          1. World Politics, 1918-1936 by R. Palme Dutt
      2. [+]
        February 1937 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 99-111
        2. Lenin and Spain by Earl Browder, pp. 112-119
        3. The Coming Convention of the Y.C.L. by Gil Green, pp. 120-141
        4. The Student Movement in the United States by Celeste Strack, pp. 142-152
        5. The Economic Situation of the Youth by James C. Clark, pp. 153-160
        6. Hitler Against the World by Wilhelm Pieck, pp. 161-172
        7. The Washington State Elections by Morris Raport, pp. 173-179
        8. The Road to Victory, pp. 180-189
        9. [+]
          Slandering the Philippine People by Helen Marcy, pp. 190-194 - 1 Review
          1. The Commonwealth of the Philippines by George A. Malcolm
      3. [+]
        March 1937 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 195-200
        2. The Great Auto Strike by William Weinstone, pp. 201-228
        3. Lessons of the Maritime Strikes by Roy Hudson, pp. 229-240
        4. The Rubber Front in Akron by James Keller, pp. 241-249
        5. Party Mobilization in Ohio by John Williamson, pp. 250-257
        6. The Trial of the Trotskyite Agents of Fascism by I. Amter, pp. 258-270
        7. Trotskyism in the United States by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 271-278
        8. The Struggle Against Criminal Syndicalist Laws by Anna Damon, pp. 279-286
        9. [+]
          The Judicial Oligarchy by John Kurtz, pp. 287-290 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Ultimate Power by Morris L. Ernst
          2. Nine Old Men by Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen
      4. [+]
        April 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 291-305
        2. The People vs. the Supreme Court by C.A. Hathaway, pp. 306-312
        3. The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties by Obed Purcell, pp. 313-321
        4. The Supreme Court "Citadel of Slavery" by Elizabeth Lawson, pp. 322-333
        5. The Significance of the Sit-Down Strike by William Z. Foster, pp. 334-341
        6. The Pacific Coast Maritime Strike by William Schneiderman, pp. 342-357
        7. The Military Dictatorship in Cuba by P. Favio, pp. 358-365
        8. The Commonwealth Federation Moves On by Morris Raport, pp. 366-373
        9. The People's Front in the Philippines by Juan Tamarao, pp. 374-380
        10. [+]
          Let My People Live by James W. Ford, pp. 381-386 - 1 Review
          1. Let Me Live by Angelo Herndon
      5. [+]
        August 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 683-696
        2. The Change in Spain by Robert Minor, pp. 697-708
        3. The Party and the People's Front by Alex Bittelman, pp. 709-715
        4. The Problems of a Worker-Farmer Alliance by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 716-724
        5. Uniting the Negro People in the People's Front by James W. Ford, pp. 725-734
        6. Building the Party in the Struggle for Proletarian Unity and the People's Front, pp. 735-748
        7. Rally the People Against Vigilantism and Reaction, pp. 749-753
        8. For a National Health Program by William Z. Foster, pp. 754-760
        9. Extending the Unity of the Unemployed Movement by Herbert Benjamin, pp. 761-770
        10. On the Study of the History of the C.P.S.U. by Joseph Stalin, pp. 771-778
      6. [+]
        October 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 875-890
        2. The Convention of 400,000 by B.K. Gebert, pp. 891-905
        3. The New Soviet Electoral Law by Leon Josephson, pp. 906-914
        4. The Importance of the Present Recruiting Drive for the Future of Our Party by Fred Brown, pp. 915-924
        5. Development of the Farmer-Labor Party Movement in the Municipal Election Campaign by I. Amter, pp. 925-933
        6. Karl Marx's "Capital", pp. 934-945
        7. Farm Legislation and the People's Front by Jerry Coleman, pp. 946-953
        8. After the Youth Congress by Carl Ross, pp. 954-961
        9. From the World Communist Press, pp. 962-964
        10. [+]
          A Step Toward Negro Liberation by A.W. Berry, pp. 965-967 - 1 Review
          1. A World View of Race by Ralph J. Bunche
        11. Recent Books Acknowledged, pp. 968-970
      7. [+]
        November 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 973-985
        2. Twenty Years of Soviet Power by Earl Browder, pp. 986-995
        3. Lenin and Stalin on the Eve of October, pp. 996-999
        4. Where Is the Socialist Party Going? by Jack Stachel, pp. 1000-1006
        5. Trade Unions in the Land of Socialism, pp. 1007-1015
        6. New Developments in Organizing the Marine Industry by Roy Hudson, pp. 1016-1022
        7. Southern Textile Workers Organize by John J. Ballam, pp. 1023-1036
        8. United the Negro People for the People's Front!, pp. 1037-1040
        9. For a Common Front Against the War-Makers by Earl Browder, pp. 1041-1044
        10. From the World Communist Press, pp. 1045-1055
        11. [+]
          Review The Period of War Communism, by Vladimir I. Lenin by Morris Childs, pp. 1056-1059 - 1 Review
          1. The Period of War Communism by Vladimir I. Lenin
        12. [+]
          Feuchtwanger Says "Yes" by Paul Novick, pp. 1060-1063 - 1 Review
          1. Moscow, 1937 by Lion Feuchtwanger
        13. Recent Books Acknowledged, pp. 1064-1066
      8. [+]
        December 1937 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 1067-1081
        2. The People's Front Moves Forward! by Earl Browder, pp. 1082-1102
        3. American Origins of the People's Front by William Z. Foster, pp. 1103-1107
        4. Fascism Menaces Mexico by Hernan Laborde, pp. 1108-1118
        5. For a People's Tax Program by David Jennings, pp. 1119-1126
        6. The Rubber Workers Show the Way by John Williamson, pp. 1127-1134
        7. The Party Building Drive in New York State by Max Steinberg, pp. 1135-1145
        8. Marxism-Leninism for Society and Science by V.J. Jerome, pp. 1146-1163
        9. Index---Volume XVI---1937, pp. 1164-1170
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 123 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1938 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 3-16
        2. Lenin and Collective Security, pp. 17-28
        3. Lessons of the New York Elections by Charles Krumbein, pp. 29-39
        4. The Akron Municipal Elections by James Keller, pp. 40-45
        5. Woman's Place in the People's Front by Margaret Cowl, pp. 46-53
        6. Unicameral Legislature in Nebraska by E. Richards, pp. 54-61
        7. For a Free, Happy and Prosperous South by Francis Franklin, pp. 62-74
        8. Marxism-Leninism for Society and Science by V.J. Jerome, pp. 75-91
        9. [+]
          A Writer in Arms by Granville Hicks, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. Ralph Fox: A Writer in Arms by John Lehmann, T.A. Jackson, C. Day Lewis, and Ralph Fox, ...
        10. [+]
          A Popular Story of the Chinese Revolution by Hsiao Chen-Kwan, pp. 93-94 - 1 Review
          1. When China Unites by Harry Gannes
      2. [+]
        February 1938 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 99-112
        2. The Congress of the Communist Party of France by William Z. Foster, pp. 113-121
        3. The Steel Workers in Convention by B.K. Gebert, pp. 122-133
        4. The Storm Center of the Cuban Crisis by Blas Roca, pp. 134-142
        5. The Bakuninists at Work by Frederick Engels, pp. 143-157
        6. Building the People's Front in Harlem by James W. Ford and George E. Blake, pp. 158-168
        7. Farmers Advance in the Movement for the People's Front by Jerry Coleman, pp. 169-176
        8. The Health Status of American Workers by Harriet Silverman, pp. 177-187
        9. [+]
          Historic Roots of the Negro Liberation Movement by James W. Ford and A.W. Berry, pp. 188-194 - 1 Review
          1. Reconstruction: The Battle for Democracy, 1865-1876 by James S. Allen
      3. [+]
        March 1938 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 195-207
        2. The 1938 Elections and Our Tasks by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 208-219
        3. Build the Party for Peace, Democracy and Socialism! by Jack Stachel, pp. 220-241
        4. The Struggle for Trade Union Unity by Roy Hudson, pp. 242-250
        5. For Concerted Action---Against Isolation and War! by Fred Brown, pp. 251-265
        6. Rally the Negro Masses for the Democratic Front! by James W. Ford, pp. 266-271
        7. The Coal Miners in Convention by B.K. Gebert, pp. 272-281
        8. Davey Must Be Defeated! by John Williamson, pp. 282-290
      4. [+]
        April 1938 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 291-305
        2. Lessons of the Moscow Trials by Earl Browder, pp. 306-321
        3. World Fascism and War by William Z. Foster, pp. 322-333
        4. May Day---in Peace or War? by Israel Amter, pp. 334-338
        5. [+]
          Charting the Course of the Democratic Front by V.J. Jerome, pp. 339-350 - 1 Review
          1. The People's Front by Earl Browder
        6. Draft Convention Resolutions, pp. 351-358
        7. Organizational Development Among Clerical Workers by Leonard Duncan, pp. 359-368
        8. The "White" South and the People's Front by Theodore Bassett, pp. 369-380
        9. Correspondence, pp. 381-386
      5. [+]
        May 1938 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 387-403
        2. Building the Democratic Front by Clarence A. Hathaway, pp. 404-409
        3. Notes on the Defense of American Democracy by Gene Dennis and Gil Green, pp. 410-418
        4. Unemployment---An Old Struggle Under New Conditions by H.B., pp. 419-428
        5. The Economic Crisis by Robert Stark, pp. 429-444
        6. [+]
          Edgar Snow's "Red Star Over China" by V.J. Jerome and Li Chuan, pp. 445-457 - 1 Review
          1. Red Star Over China by Edgar Snow
        7. Fascist Penetration in Latin America by Samuel Putnam, pp. 458-467
        8. Philosophic Nihilism Serves Reaction by Morris Childs and Frank Meyer, pp. 468-482
      6. [+]
        June 1938 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 483-499
        2. Mastering Bolshevik Methods of Work by Earl Browder, pp. 500-508
        3. The Socialist Party Convention by William Z. Foster, pp. 509-512
        4. The People's Struggle Against Fascism in Brazil by Marina Lopes, pp. 513-525
        5. Bukharin---the Path of a Traitor by V.J. Jerome, pp. 526-533
        6. Some Questions Concerning the Democratic Front by Gene Dennis, pp. 534-540
        7. The I.W.O.---Workers' Fraternalism by Max Bedacht, pp. 541-552
        8. Monopolies, Prices and Profits by George Brahns, pp. 553-561
        9. The Campaign for the Federal Arts Bill by C.S. Marin, pp. 562-570
        10. The World Communist Press, pp. 571-578
      7. [+]
        July 1938 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 579-593
        2. Summation Speech at the Tenth National Convention by Earl Browder, pp. 594-599
        3. Win the Western Hemisphere for Democracy and Peace! by William Z. Foster, pp. 600-614
        4. Forging the Negro People's Sector of the Democratic Front by James W. Ford, pp. 615-623
        5. Some Problems Before the Tenth Convention of the Communist Party by Alex Bittelman, pp. 624-629
        6. July 4th---Birthday of American Democracy by Francis Franklin, pp. 630-641
        7. Bukharin---The Path of a Traitor by V.J. Jerome, pp. 642-651
        8. Problems of Building the Democratic Front by Robert F. Hall, pp. 652-654
        9. The Problem of Winning the Youth for the Democratic Front by Carl Ross, pp. 655-658
        10. Work Among Catholics---A Key Question in Massachusetts by Phil Frankfeld, pp. 659-662
        11. The Democratic Front in California by Wm. Schneiderman, pp. 663-666
        12. [+]
          Professor Levy's Approach to Marxism by Philip Carter, pp. 667-669 - 1 Review
          1. A Philosophy for a Modern Man by Hyman Levy
        13. [+]
          American Labor's Coming of Age by R.W. Turner, pp. 670-674 - 1 Review
          1. Labor on the March by Edward Levinson
      8. [+]
        August 1938 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 675-688
        2. The American Federation of Labor and Trade Union Progress by William Z. Foster, pp. 689-698
        3. Three Years' Application of the Program of the Seventh World Congress by Earl Browder, pp. 699-703
        4. The Charter of Party Democracy by Roy Hudson, pp. 704-710
        5. A Historic View of the Struggle for Democracy by Alex Bittelman, pp. 711-721
        6. Work Among National Groups---A Central Communist Task by I. Amter, pp. 722-731
        7. Lovestoneism---Twin of Fascist-Trotskyism by Carl Reeve, pp. 732-742
        8. Has the Crisis Run Its Course? by George Brahns, pp. 743-748
        9. With Unity We Shall Conquer! by Jose Diaz, pp. 749-751
        10. From the World Communist Press, pp. 752-761
        11. [+]
          A Social Approach to Mathematics by D.C. Lucas, pp. 762-766 - 1 Review
          1. Mathematics for the Million by Lancelot Hogben
        12. [+]
          Review The Family: Past and Present, by Bernhard J. S... by Valeria Hodges, pp. 767-770 - 1 Review
          1. The Family: Past and Present by Bernhard J. Stern
      9. [+]
        September 1938 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 771-784
        2. A Solution for Palestine by Paul Novick, pp. 785-796
        3. For a Correct Approach to the Problems of the National Groups by Irene Browder, pp. 797-804
        4. The Communist Party and the Professionals by William Z. Foster, pp. 805-810
        5. Building the Democratic Front in Illinois by Morris Childs, pp. 811-817
        6. Problems of the Democratic Front in the South by Francis Franklin, pp. 818-828
        7. Rooting the Party Among the Masses in New York by Max Steinberg, pp. 829-841
        8. Our Next Tasks in Party Education by A. Landy, pp. 842-849
        9. A Year of "Jewish Life" by V.J. Jerome, pp. 850-860
        10. From the World Communist Press, pp. 861-866
      10. [+]
        October 1938 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 867-880
        2. Defeat the Foes of Labor Unity! by Roy Hudson, pp. 881-890
        3. Political Forces and Issues, pp. 891-908
        4. The Democratic Front Moves Ahead in New York by I. Amter, pp. 909-918
        5. The Election Struggle in California by William Schneiderman, pp. 919-926
        6. The Elections in Pennsylvania by Carl Reeve, pp. 927-936
        7. The Election Campaign in Minnesota by Nat Ross, pp. 937-944
        8. The People of Chile Unite to Save Democracy by Carlos Contreras Labarca, pp. 945-949
        9. The World Youth Congress by Carl Ross, pp. 950-956
        10. [+]
          A Weapon in the Struggle Against Fascism by John Steuben, pp. 957-962 - 1 Review
          1. The Peril of Fascism by A.B. Magil and Henry Stevens
      11. [+]
        November 1938 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 963-978
        2. Twenty-one Years of Struggle for Peace by Earl Browder, pp. 979-983
        3. Panacea Mass Movements by William Z. Foster, pp. 984-992
        4. Preparing for the Opening of Congress by Gene Dennis, pp. 993-999
        5. From the Tribunes of the Socialist Fatherland by Anne Bentley, pp. 1000-1008
        6. The Communist Party in China's War for Liberation by Rudy Baker, pp. 1009-1018
        7. The Los Angeles Mayoralty Recall Election by Paul Cline, pp. 1019-1027
        8. The Significance of the Latin America Trade Union Unity Congress by R.A. Martinez, pp. 1028-1034
        9. The People of Chile Unite to Save Democracy by Carlos Contreras Labarca, pp. 1035-1044
        10. Primitive Negro Solidarity: New Light from Brazil by Samuel Putnam, pp. 1045-1050
        11. From the World Communist Press, pp. 1051-1052
        12. [+]
          An Inspiring Work on Lenin by Gil Green, pp. 1053-1058 - 1 Review
          1. The Life of Lenin by Platon M. Kerzhentsev
      12. [+]
        December 1938 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 1059-1072
        2. The 21st Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, pp. 1073-1078
        3. Concerning American Revolutionary Traditions by Earl Browder, pp. 1079-1085
        4. Panacea Mass Movements by William Z. Foster, pp. 1086-1093
        5. The A.F. of L. Convention and Tasks for Achieving Unity by Roy Hudson, pp. 1094-1104
        6. A Powerful Ideological Weapon of Bolshevism, pp. 1105-1113
        7. The Fall of Wuhan and Prospects of China's Victory by Rudy Baker, pp. 1114-1120
        8. The Philippines Mobilize Against Japanese Aggression, pp. 1121-1131
        9. Party Building in the Northwest by Louis Sass, pp. 1132-1136
        10. Anent the American Medical Association by William Z. Foster, pp. 1137-1140
        11. From the World Communist Press, pp. 1141-1143
        12. [+]
          How Not to Struggle for Latin America by Gil Green, pp. 1144-1154 - 1 Review
          1. The Coming Struggle for Latin America by Carleton Beals
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1939 = 7 Issues, 74 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1939 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 3-16
        2. Mastery of Theory and Methods of Work by Earl Browder, pp. 17-24
        3. Lenin---His Meaning for Us Today by Robert Minor, pp. 25-34
        4. Lenin and the American Revolutionary Heritage by Rudy Baker, pp. 35-39
        5. Isolationist Defeatism! by William Z. Foster, pp. 40-47
        6. A Year of Memorable Anniversaries by Alex Bittelman, pp. 48-56
        7. The Southern Conference for Human Welfare by Rob F. Hall, pp. 57-65
        8. The Democratic Front and the Northwest Elections by Morris Raport, pp. 66-75
        9. An Analysis of the Ohio Elections---What Next? by John Williamson, pp. 76-81
        10. [+]
          A Signal Book by a Notable Negro Leader by Israel Amter, pp. 82-84 - 1 Review
          1. The Negro and the Democratic Front by James W. Ford
        11. Index---Volume XVII 1938, pp. 85-98
      2. [+]
        February 1939 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 99-113
        2. Lenin---His Meaning for Us Today by Robert Minor, pp. 114-127
        3. Lima---An Answer to Munich by R.A. Martinez and Harry Robinson, pp. 128-135
        4. New Methods of Political Mass Organization by William Z. Foster, pp. 136-146
        5. Unemployment and the Works Program in 1939 by Charles Fletcher and John Vance, pp. 147-155
        6. Class Forces in California Agriculture by Harrison George, pp. 156-162
        7. Pitfalls of Pragmatic Logic by Philip Carter, pp. 163-169
        8. Class Conflicts in the South---1850-1860 by Herbert Biel, pp. 170-181
        9. Notes on Two Economic Cycles by George Wallace, pp. 182-187
        10. From the World Communist Press, pp. 188-189
        11. [+]
          Facts for Labor by Charlotte Todes, pp. 190-194 - 1 Review
          1. Labor Fact Book IV
      3. [+]
        April 1939 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 291-305
        2. Forward to May Day!, pp. 306-310
        3. Tribute to a Great Leader by Irene Browder, pp. 311-316
        4. America's Youth in the Struggle for National and Social Security by Carl Ross, pp. 317-323
        5. The Young Communist League Prepares for Growth by Henry Winston, pp. 324-333
        6. Dialectical and Historical Materialism, pp. 334-345
        7. The Human Element in Mass Agitation by William Z. Foster, pp. 346-352
        8. The Tasks of the Chinese People in the National Liberation War, pp. 353-363
        9. Some Remarks on Rural Politics by Fred Basset Blair, pp. 364-370
        10. From the World Communist Press, pp. 371-375
        11. [+]
          That Eight Per Cent Investment---The Press by Joseph North, pp. 376-380 - 1 Review
          1. Lords of the Press by George Seldes
        12. [+]
          Review Slave Insurrections in the United States, 1800... by Herbert Biel, pp. 381-386 - 1 Review
          1. Slave Insurrections in the United States, 1800-1865 by Joseph Cephas Carroll
      4. [+]
        June 1939 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 483-496
        2. Perspectives of the 1940 Presidential Election by Earl Browder, pp. 497-510
        3. The Land of Socialism and the Struggle of the International Proletariat by Georgi Dimitroff, pp. 511-522
        4. Recovery Demands a Bold Progressive Program by Gene Dennis, pp. 523-534
        5. Main Organizational Tasks of the Democratic Front by William Z. Foster, pp. 535-541
        6. The Lenin-Stalin Teaching on the Building of Socialism in One Country by M. Mitin, pp. 542-552
        7. Current Trends in Ameican Psychology by R.L. Gley, pp. 553-562
        8. The Cultural Heritage of the Negro People by Francis Franklin, pp. 563-571
        9. [+]
          Marxist Philosophy and the Sciences by Philip Carter, pp. 572-578 - 1 Review
          1. The Marxist Philosophy and the Sciences by J.B.S. Haldane
      5. [+]
        July 1939 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 579-593
        2. Benjamin Franklin---Champion of Democracy by Carl Reeve, pp. 594-605
        3. Building the Western-Hemisphere Democratic Front by William Z. Foster, pp. 606-620
        4. Strengthen Pan-American Democracy!, pp. 621-623
        5. The Unity of the American Democracies by Cesar Vilar, pp. 624-633
        6. Bring the New Deal to Puerto Rico by James W. Ford, pp. 634-640
        7. Fascism in Spain and the Latin American Peoples by F. Lacerda, pp. 641-647
        8. Idle Money---Doom or Boon? by George Brahns, pp. 648-656
        9. Gestalt Psychology by R.L. Gley, pp. 657-664
        10. [+]
          The German Ideology by A. Landy, pp. 665-668 - 1 Review
          1. The German Ideology by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
        11. [+]
          Psychopathology in the Service of Red-Baiting by George W. Stewart, pp. 669-674 - 1 Review
          1. World Revolutionary Propaganda---A Chicago Study by Harold D. Lasswell and Dorothy Blumenstock
      6. [+]
        August 1939 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 675-688
        2. Meeting Reaction's Assault on the Unemployed by Herbert Benjamin, pp. 689-700
        3. Secondary Aspects of Mass Organization by William Z. Foster, pp. 701-711
        4. Legislative Problems in Illinois by Jack Martin, pp. 712-720
        5. After the Liquidated Balfour Declaration in Palestine by M. Welner, pp. 721-729
        6. The Communist Party in the State of Washington and the 1940 Elections by Morris Rapport, pp. 730-739
        7. Monetary Reform and the Democratic Front by Leslie Morris, pp. 740-747
        8. Notes on Latin American History by Samuel Putnam, pp. 748-758
        9. From the World Communist Press, pp. 759-763
        10. [+]
          Psychoanalyzing the Jews by Morris Colman, pp. 764-766 - 1 Review
          1. Moses and Monotheism by Sigmund Freud
        11. [+]
          Toward Misunderstanding the U.S.S.R. by Seth Larson, pp. 767-770 - 1 Review
          1. Toward an Understanding of the U.S.S.R. by Michael T. Florinsky
      7. [+]
        September 1939 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 771-787
        2. Some Remarks on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Communist Party of the United States o... by Earl Browder, pp. 788-803
        3. Twenty Years of Communist Trade Union Policy by William Z. Foster, pp. 804-816
        4. The Struggle for the Building of the Modern Liberation Movement of the Negro People by James W. Ford, pp. 817-828
        5. The American Woman by Ella Reeve Bloor, pp. 829-835
        6. Forerunners by V.J. Jerome, pp. 836-856
        7. The National Groups in the Fight for Democracy by Irene Browder, pp. 857-866
        8. The Soviet Union and the American People by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 867-886
        9. Data on the Development of American Agriculture in the Twentieth Century by Robert Minor, pp. 887-898
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 5 Years, 49 Issues, 499 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1940 = 10 Issues, 87 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1940 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 3-16
        2. The United States of Europe Slogan by V.I. Lenin, pp. 17-20
        3. Roosevelt, the War, and the New Deal by Gene Dennis, pp. 21-40
        4. Anti-Capitalist Sentiment in Germany by W. Ulbricht, pp. 41-48
        5. On Bourgeois and Bourgeois-Democratic Revolutions by Emilian Yaroslavsky, pp. 49-57
        6. Anti-Trust Laws and the Attack on Labor by Harry Martel, pp. 58-66
        7. The Ohio Relief Crisis by John Williamson, pp. 67-72
        8. The History of the C.P.S.U. and the Propagation of Marxism-Leninism in the World Commun..., pp. 73-84
        9. [+]
          William Green Reconstructs Labor History by William Z. Foster, pp. 85-88 - 1 Review
          1. Labor and Democracy by William Green
        10. [+]
          The Triumph of Socialism Versus the Failure of Capitalism by Theodore Miller, pp. 89-98 - 1 Review
          1. Two Systems by Eugene Varga
      2. [+]
        February 1940 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 101-115
        2. "To the People Will Belong the Victory" by Earl Browder, pp. 116-121
        3. The "Foreign Agent" Fraud and the Battle for Democracy by A. Landy, pp. 122-132
        4. Forging the People's Victory in Cuba by Blas Roca, pp. 133-140
        5. The Power of Stalinist Prediction by M. Mitin, pp. 141-148
        6. Ernst Thaelmann as Leader of the Communist Party of Germany by Wilhelm Florin, pp. 149-160
        7. Awakening in the British West Indies by Conrad Ward, pp. 161-172
        8. On Lenin's Classic Work, "Imperialism, the Highest State of Capitalism" by L. Mendelsohn, pp. 173-179
        9. Joint Manifesto of the Communist Parties of France Great Britain and Germany, pp. 180-185
        10. Correspondence, pp. 186-187
        11. [+]
          Lenin on the Agrarian Question by Anna Rochester, pp. 188-194 - 1 Review
          1. The Theory of the Agrarian Question by V.I. Lenin
      3. [+]
        April 1940 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Editorial: Peace in Finland, pp. 291-295
        2. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 296-305
        3. Resolution on the Daily Worker, pp. 306-307
        4. The War Aims of American Imperialism by William Z. Foster, pp. 308-319
        5. The Negro People and the Struggle for Peace by Theodore R. Bassett and A.W. Berry, pp. 320-335
        6. Shifting Political Alignments in Ohio by John Williamson, pp. 336-343
        7. The Organization of an Election Campaign by Israel Amter, pp. 344-349
        8. Charles Emil Ruthenberg by Oakley Johnson, pp. 350-355
        9. The Renaissance of Nationalities and the Consolidation of Nations in the U.S.S.R. by M. Chekalin, pp. 356-375
        10. [+]
          Depression as the Normal State of Present-Day Capitalism by Theodore Miller, pp. 376-386 - 1 Review
          1. Dividends to Pay by E.D. Kennedy
      4. [+]
        May 1940 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 387-402
        2. The Bolshevization of the Communist Party of the United States in the Stuggle Against t... by Gene Dennis, pp. 403-417
        3. The Haymarket Martyrs and May Day, 1940 by Oakley Johnson, pp. 418-430
        4. The Reactionary Political Role of the Vatican by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 431-450
        5. The Impacrt of the War on the Structure of Capitalism by George Brahns, pp. 451-462
        6. Zionism and the Imperialist War by Paul Novick, pp. 463-479
        7. Greetings to "Clarity", pp. 480-482
      5. [+]
        June 1940 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 483-499
        2. World Socialism and the War by William Z. Foster, pp. 500-515
        3. Lenin on the World Imperialist War by V.I. Lenin, pp. 516-517
        4. Lenin Speaks of Debs by Alexander Trachtenberg, pp. 518-520
        5. Imperialist War and "Democratic" Demagogy by Gil Green, pp. 521-530
        6. The Stalinist Concept of "Nation" by Harry Martel, pp. 531-541
        7. The Third Negro Congress by Theodore R. Bassett, pp. 542-553
        8. American Policy in the Far East and the Roosevelt Regime by B.T. Lo, pp. 554-564
        9. The Farm Problem and the Working Class by Anna Rochester, pp. 565-574
        10. [+]
          Review Freedom of Thought: Struggle in the Old South,... by Herbert Biel, pp. 575-578 - 1 Review
          1. Freedom of Thought: Struggle in the Old South by Clement Eaton
      6. [+]
        July 1940 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 579-596
        2. The Domestic Reactionary Counterpart of the War Policy of the Bourgeoisie by Earl Browder, pp. 597-609
        3. The Three Basic Tasks of the Communist Peace Policy by William Z. Foster, pp. 610-614
        4. Resolutions Adopted by the Eleventh National Convention of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 615-627
        5. The Farmers and the Struggle Against the War Program by James S. Allen, pp. 628-648
        6. [+]
          A Book to Arm Us in the Struggle Against the Imperialist War by Clarence Hathaway, pp. 649-655 - 1 Review
          1. America and the Second Imperialist War by Earl Browder
        7. The Spanish People Fight On by Gregorio Cantos, pp. 656-674
      7. [+]
        August 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 675-689
        2. New Forces for Peace and Democracy in the South by Rob Fowler Hall, pp. 690-706
        3. For a Greater Vote and a Stronger Party! by Roy Hudson, pp. 707-715
        4. How Does Social-Democracy Understand the National Question? by Joseph Stalin, pp. 716-728
        5. The "Socialism" of the Second International by H.A. George, pp. 729-736
        6. Aspects of Historical Materialism by Frank Meyer, pp. 737-748
        7. A Brilliant Manual of Bolshevik Tactics by F. Fuernberg, pp. 749-762
        8. [+]
          America Since the First World War by Harrison George, pp. 763-770 - 1 Review
          1. The Fat Years and the Lean by Bruce Minton and John Stuart
      8. [+]
        September 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Break the Grip of Wall Street's Twin War-Party, pp. 771-773
        2. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 774-790
        3. Election Platform of the Communist Party of the U.S.A., 1940 by Earl Browder, pp. 791-796
        4. Text of the Platform , pp. 797-804
        5. The Pan-American Conference in Havana by William Z. Foster, pp. 805-819
        6. Labor and the Elections by Gene Dennis, pp. 820-841
        7. Exit Mayor Hoan by N. Sparks and F.B. Blair, pp. 842-855
        8. The Struggle for Equal Rights for Women by Margaret Cowl, pp. 856-866
      9. [+]
        October 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the month by A.B., pp. 867-883
        2. The Most Peculiar Election Campaign in the History of the Republic by Earl Browder, pp. 884-889
        3. The Trade Unions and the War by William Z. Foster, pp. 890-906
        4. The Crisis in Mexico by James S. Allen, pp. 907-915
        5. The Cuban People and the New Constitution by Blas Roca, pp. 916-926
        6. The British Communist Party Leads the Struggle Against the Imperialist War by R. Palme Dutt, pp. 927-935
        7. Lenin at the Second World Congress of the Communist International by A. Ackermann, pp. 936-949
        8. Engels on the Dialectics of Nature by D.C. Lucas, pp. 950-962
      10. [+]
        December 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Review of the Month by A.B., pp. 1059-1074
        2. The 1940 Elections and the Next Tasks by Earl Browder, pp. 1075-1085
        3. Constitution of the Communist Party U.S.A., pp. 1086-1092
        4. The Crisis of Imperialism and the Future of Canada by Tim Buck, pp. 1093-1112
        5. Who Should Be Accused in France? by V.J. Jerome, pp. 1113-1124
        6. The People Can Save Themselves Only by Their Own Action, pp. 1125-1130
        7. [+]
          The Bell Tolls for Hemingway by Bernard Rand, pp. 1131-1138 - 1 Review
          1. For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
        8. Index---Volume XIX 1940, pp. 1139-1154
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1941 = 11 Issues, 104 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1941 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 3-17
        2. Lenin and Proletarian Internationalism by Max Weiss, pp. 18-34
        3. On Some Aspects of Foreign Policy by Earl Browder, pp. 35-37
        4. Organized Labor's Two Conventions by William Z. Foster, pp. 38-50
        5. The Real Reasons for Trade Union Progress by Roy Hudson, pp. 51-63
        6. The New Rape of Indo-China by Andre Marty, pp. 64-82
        7. Some Effects of War Economy in the U.S.A. by Gil Green, pp. 83-98
      2. [+]
        February 1941 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 99-114
        2. Defeat Roosevelt's War-Powers Bill! Get Out and Stay Out of the War!, pp. 115-119
        3. The People Vs. the 77th Congress by John Williamson, pp. 120-131
        4. Education and the War by Earl Browder, pp. 132-137
        5. America's War Economy and the Unemployed by G.D. Carpenter, pp. 138-150
        6. Imperialism and the Split in the Socialist Movement by V.I. Lenin, pp. 151-163
        7. Innovations and Business Cycles by C.E. Wisden, pp. 164-177
        8. [+]
          Oliver Wiswell---An Imperialist Distortion of History by Gordon Place and Donald M. Lester, pp. 178-185 - 1 Review
          1. Oliver Wiswell by Kenneth Roberts
        9. [+]
          Labor's Lessons from the Last World War, pp. 186-194 - 1 Review
          1. Labor in Wartime by John Steuben
      3. [+]
        March 1941 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Earl Browder Remains the Heroic Leader of the People by William Z. Foster, pp. 195-196
        2. We Represent the Future by Earl Browder, pp. 197-201
        3. Editorials, pp. 202-217
        4. The National Committee of the Communist Party Hails William Z. Foster on his 60th Birthday, pp. 218-219
        5. World Capitalism and World Socialism by William Z. Foster, pp. 220-237
        6. The Communists and China's Three People's Principles by Mao Tse-tung, pp. 238-256
        7. Stalin---Genius of Socialist Construction by Donald MacKenzie Lester, pp. 257-275
        8. [+]
          Stuart Chase's Nostrums for Dying Capitalism by Frank Meyer, pp. 276-290 - 1 Review
          1. Idle Money, Idle Men by Stuart Chase
      4. [+]
        April 1941 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Demand the Freedom of Earl Browder in Defense of Your Rights Living Standards and Peace!, pp. 291-294
        2. Editorials, pp. 295-310
        3. We Are Sailing Into the Face of Great Storms by Earl Browder, pp. 311-316
        4. James B. McNamara by William Z. Foster, pp. 317-318
        5. How the British Empire Is Conjured Away by Gil Green, pp. 319-332
        6. American Fascism Speaks Out by William Z. Foster, pp. 333-349
        7. Labor Strike-Weapon by Samuel Putnam, pp. 350-367
        8. Philosophers of Capitalism in Decay by Frank Meyer, pp. 368-376
        9. Space and Time---Forms of the Existence of Matter by George Kursanov, pp. 377-386
      5. [+]
        May 1941 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Earl Browder Fiftieth Anniversary Campaign, pp. 387-403
        2. Close Ranks on May Day, pp. 404-409
        3. The Trend in Labor's Ranks by Roy Hudson, pp. 410-419
        4. May Day, 1941, Spurs the World-Wide Fight for a People's Peace by F. Ring, pp. 420-426
        5. The Origins of May Day by Herbert Biel, pp. 427-435
        6. The Most Important Lessons of the Paris Commune by B. Smeral, pp. 436-442
        7. The Mexican People Must Not Enter This War!, pp. 443-451
        8. A Program of Action for the Victory of the Chilean People's Front, pp. 452-457
        9. Space and Time---Forms of the Existence of Matter by George Kursanov, pp. 458-467
        10. Some General Problems of the Alien Registration, pp. 468-469
        11. Editorials, p. 470
        12. [+]
          Edgar Snow's Study of the Far Eastern Conflict by Paul Varick, pp. 470-475 - 1 Review
          1. The Battle for Asia by Edgar Snow
        13. [+]
          "The Future Belongs to the Forces Which Seek to Push Life Forward" by A.B. Magil, pp. 476-482 - 1 Review
          1. Democracy and Social Change by Harry F. Ward
      6. [+]
        June 1941 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 483-496
        2. Earl Browder and the Fight for Peace by William Z. Foster, pp. 497-504
        3. Earl Browder---Tribune of the People by Robert Minor, pp. 505-507
        4. How to Free Earl Browder by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, pp. 508-512
        5. Browder Shows the Way Out by Roy Hudson, pp. 513-528
        6. Earl Browder---Leader of the Oppressed by James W. Ford, pp. 529-535
        7. Earl Browder---Molder of Party Cadres by John Williamson, pp. 536-545
        8. Who Are the Friends of the Youth? by Max Weiss, pp. 546-556
        9. Earl Browder and the Southern People by Rob Fowler Hall, pp. 557-562
        10. Our Debt to Earl Browder by William Schneiderman, pp. 563-567
        11. Space and Time---Forms of the Existence of Matter by George Kursanov, pp. 568-578
      7. [+]
        July 1941 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Support the U.S.S.R. in Its Fight Against the Nazi War, pp. 579-580
        2. Yankee Imperialism Grabs for the Western Hemisphere by William Z. Foster, pp. 581-598
        3. Browder's Contribution Toward Developing a Progressive Trade Unionism by Jack Johnstone, pp. 599-610
        4. Professor Logan Is Ready for a Third World War! by Henry Winston, pp. 611-618
        5. Columbia Faces the Imperialist Offensive by Augusto Doran, pp. 619-622
        6. The Further Development of Capitalism in United States Agriculture by Erik Bert, pp. 623-634
        7. The Treason of Reaction in America's Second War of Independence by Frank Meyer and Robert Strong #2, pp. 635-651
        8. Space and Time---Forms of the Existence of Matter by George Kursanov, pp. 652-656
      8. [+]
        August 1941 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 659-672
        2. Victory Will Be Ours! by Joseph Stalin, pp. 673-677
        3. The People's Program of Struggle for the Defeat of Hitler and Hitlerism, pp. 678-682
        4. Free Earl Browder to Strengthen the United People's Struggle Against Hitlerism, pp. 683-684
        5. Labor's Great Responsibilities and Possibilities by Roy Hudson, pp. 685-695
        6. The Negro People and the New World Situation by James W. Ford, pp. 696-704
        7. Our Tasks in the Struggle to Defeat Hitlerism by Gil Green, pp. 705-711
        8. The National Groups by Israel Amter, pp. 712-723
        9. The Red Army---Spearhead of Humanity by V.J. Jerome, pp. 724-736
        10. For a National Anti-Fascist Youth Front! by Max Weiss, pp. 737-754
      9. [+]
        September 1941 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 755-762
        2. The Working Class and the National Front Against Hitlerism, pp. 763-775
        3. Munich and Anti-Munich by Robert Minor, pp. 776-792
        4. For the Military Destruction of Hitlerism by William Z. Foster, pp. 793-800
        5. With All Possible Clarity by Jose Diaz, pp. 801-804
        6. The Negro People and the Fight for Jobs by Theodore R. Bassett, pp. 805-817
        7. Two Questions on the Status of Women Under Capitalism by A. Landy, pp. 818-833
        8. [+]
          Review Dialectics of Nature, by Frederick Engels and ... by B. Kedrov, pp. 834-837 - 1 Review
          1. Dialectics of Nature by Frederick Engels and Clemens Dutt
        9. [+]
          Review The Negro in the Abolitionist Movement, by Her... by Francis Franklin, pp. 838-842 - 1 Review
          1. The Negro in the Abolitionist Movement by Herbert Aptheker
        10. [+]
          Review Eastern Workingmen and National Land Policy, 1... by Herbert Biel, pp. 843-844 - 1 Review
          1. Eastern Workingmen and National Land Policy, 1829-1862 by Helene S. Zahler
        11. [+]
          Review Labor Fact Book 5,, pp. 845-847 - 1 Review
          1. Labor Fact Book 5
        12. Latest Books and Pamphlets Received, pp. 848-850
      10. [+]
        October 1941 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Battle of Production, pp. 851-867
        2. Labor Unity---The Demand of the Hour, pp. 868-875
        3. The Pamphlet by Junius by V.I. Lenin, pp. 876-887
        4. Some Problems of the Negro People in the National Front to Destroy Hitler and Hitlerism by James W. Ford, pp. 888-896
        5. Women in the National Front Against Hitler by Ella Reeve Bloor and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, pp. 897-909
        6. Farm Production for Defense by James S. Allen, pp. 910-916
        7. The National Groups in the National Front by A. Landy, pp. 917-936
        8. Priorities Unemployment in the Automobile Industry by Pat Toohey, pp. 937-946
      11. [+]
        November 1941 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorials, pp. 947-960
        2. The Soviet Union and the Course of the War by William Z. Foster, pp. 961-971
        3. Workers' Education and the War Against Hitler by Robert Minor, pp. 972-976
        4. Earl Browder---Champion of U.S.-Soviet Collaboration by Max Weiss, pp. 977-987
        5. Soviet Culture in the Fight Against Fascism by William Auer, pp. 988-996
        6. The Army and the People by John Gates, pp. 997-1010
        7. The National Front in Canada by Tim Buck, pp. 1011-1028
        8. The War and the Colonial Peoples, pp. 1029-1031
        9. [+]
          The Silent Don: An Epic of our Time by N.A. Daniels, pp. 1032-1042 - 2 Reviews
          1. And Quiet Flows the Don by Mikhail Sholokhov
          2. The Don Flows Home to the Sea by Mikhail Sholokhov
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1942 = 11 Issues, 108 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1942 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Lenin and the Globe War by Robert Minor, pp. 3-21
        2. Should the United States Government Join in Concerted Action Against the Fascist States? by Earl Browder, pp. 22-37
        3. The Nation and the War by Robert Minor, pp. 38-56
        4. Trade Unions in the War Emergency by William Z. Foster, pp. 57-70
        5. What We Can Learn From the Soviet People by Israel Amter, pp. 71-80
        6. In the Name of the Italian People by M. Ercoli, pp. 81-91
        7. [+]
          Review The Soviets Expected It, by Anna Louise Strong by Oakley Johnson, pp. 92-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviets Expected It by Anna Louise Strong
        8. The Thirty-First Anniversary of New Masse, pp. 95-98
      2. [+]
        March 1942 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Toward Labor Unity, pp. 99-113
        2. America and the United Nations by Eugene Dennis, pp. 114-124
        3. Browder Warned America, pp. 125-130
        4. The Rio de Janeiro Conference by William Z. Foster, pp. 131-142
        5. The Far Eastern Front in the War Against the Axis by James S. Allen, pp. 143-162
        6. Let Freedom Ring for Earl Browder by Carl Ross, pp. 163-170
        7. Production for Victory by Bruce Minton, pp. 171-178
        8. [+]
          Soviet-American Friendship by William Lindsay, pp. 179-194 - 1 Review
          1. Mission to Moscow by Joseph Edward Davies
      3. [+]
        April 1942 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. In Tom Mooney's Name Let Us Build the Unity of American Labor, pp. 195-197
        2. Tom Mooney: One of America's Finest Sons by Georgi Dimitroff, p. 198
        3. For a Second Front in Europe! To the Offensive Against Hitler! by Eugene Dennis, pp. 199-213
        4. The Course of the War and the Present Tasks by Gil Green, pp. 214-224
        5. A War-Time Tax Program for Victory by Jean Francis, pp. 225-238
        6. The New Role of China by James S. Allen, pp. 239-249
        7. National Unity and the Coming Elections by Ralph V. Barnes, pp. 250-261
        8. Negroes and the National War Effort by Frederick Douglass, pp. 262-269
        9. From Leipzip to Riom by Hans Berger, pp. 270-276
        10. Lessons From Our War of Independence by A.B. Magil, pp. 277-290
      4. [+]
        May 1942 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Attack Hitler Now! Open a Western Front in Europe!, pp. 291-296
        2. The Birthday of Earl Browder by Robert Minor, pp. 297-306
        3. Earl Browder and Ernst Thaelmann by Hans Berger, pp. 307-309
        4. Labor and the National War Effort by Roy Hudson, pp. 310-323
        5. Strengthen the War Effort by Building the Party by John Williamson, pp. 324-335
        6. For a Concerted Offensive Against Hitler by William Lindsay, pp. 336-346
        7. Jose Diaz: His Exemplary Life and Work by I. Urizar, p. 347
        8. Jack Johnstone Great-Hearted Working Class Fighter, pp. 347-359
        9. For the Fulfillment of the Rio Pledges, pp. 360-373
        10. The Second Front and the German People by B. Hans, pp. 374-379
        11. Enforce the Fourteenth Amendment! Strengthen the War Effort by Abolishing the Poll Tax!..., pp. 380-386
      5. [+]
        June 1942 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Labor Must Act to Open a Western Front now, pp. 387-401
        2. Stalin's Order of the Day on May day 1942, pp. 402-407
        3. One Year Since June 22 by V.J. Jerome, pp. 408-421
        4. India and the War by James S. Allen, pp. 422-434
        5. The President's Economic War Plan by Milton Howard, pp. 435-439
        6. Strengthening National Unity in the Elections by Morris Childs, pp. 440-449
        7. NOrman Thomas---A Spearhead of Fascism by Israel Amter, pp. 450-457
        8. Canada Votes for Total War by Stanley B. Ryerson, pp. 458-466
        9. France Will Rise Again by Ralph V. Barnes, pp. 467-476
        10. A Diary of Soviet Courage by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 477-482
      6. [+]
        July 1942 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Anglo-Soviet-American Alliance and the Anniversary of June 22 by Earl Browder, pp. 483-484
        2. On the Anniversary of the Patriotic War of the Soviet Union by Earl Browder, pp. 485-490
        3. A Historic Stage in the Struggle fo the Freedom-Loving Peoples, pp. 491-493
        4. Stalin on the Anti-Hitler Coalition of the United Nations, pp. 494-496
        5. John L. Lewis and the War by William Z. Foster, pp. 497-506
        6. A Biddle's-Eye View of the War and the Communist Party by Robert Minor, pp. 507-521
        7. Thomas Jefferson---Leader of the Nation by Frank Meyers, pp. 522-533
        8. On the Occasion of Dimitroff's Sixtieth Birthday by Max Weiss, pp. 534-547
        9. We Salute Comrades Bloor and Whitney! by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, pp. 548-552
        10. Spain and the Second Front! by I. Urizar, pp. 553-568
        11. Historic Documents, pp. 569-578
      7. [+]
        August 1942 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. No Delay in Opening the Western Front!, pp. 579-591
        2. Victory Must Be Won by Earl Browder, pp. 592-598
        3. Delay in Initiating the Second Front May Spell Disaster by Gregory Alexandrov, pp. 599-601
        4. The California Elections by William Schneiderman, pp. 602-609
        5. On the Third Anniversary of the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact by Hans Berger, pp. 610-619
        6. For Farmer-Labor Unity in the Elections and in the Food-for-Victory Campaign by Robert Digby, pp. 620-632
        7. The Communists, the Negro People and the War by Ben Davis, Jr., pp. 633-639
        8. Five Years of the Sino-Japanese War by Colonel M. Tolchenov, pp. 640-643
        9. Lessons of the Civil War for Our Day by A.B. Magil, pp. 644-662
        10. [+]
          Review Reason and Revolution, by Herbert Marcuse by Frank Meyer, pp. 663-674 - 1 Review
          1. Reason and Revolution by Herbert Marcuse
      8. [+]
        September 1942 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The India Crisis, pp. 675-677
        2. Historic Documents, p. 678
        3. The Communist Party and National Unity by Earl Browder, pp. 679-691
        4. Strengthening Communist Collaboration in National Unity by John Williamson, pp. 692-707
        5. The War and Labor Unity by William Z. Foster, pp. 708-720
        6. Strategy for Victory by R. Palme Dutt, pp. 721-731
        7. The War and the New York Election Primaries by Israel Amter, pp. 732-735
        8. Inflation and Economic War Mobilization by Ralph V. Barnes, pp. 736-747
        9. For Victory and Reconstruction of World Peace!, pp. 748-750
        10. [+]
          Mr. Hoover and "The Problems of Lasting Peace" by Hans Berger, pp. 751-766 - 1 Review
          1. The Problems of Lasting Peace by Herbert C. Hoover and Hugh Gibson
        11. Pedro Checa---One of Spain's Best Sons, pp. 767-770
      9. [+]
        October 1942 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. To the Offensive!, pp. 771-790
        2. The Economics of All-Out War by Earl Browder, pp. 791-808
        3. The Stalin-Churchill Meeting and After, pp. 809-815
        4. Three Years of War, pp. 816-818
        5. Lessons of the Primary Elections by Ralph V. Barnes, pp. 819-825
        6. The Role and Problems of a People's Cadre of Win-the-War Leaders by John Williamson, pp. 826-834
        7. The Invaders Must Be Fought in All Occupied Countries, pp. 835-840
        8. The People's Front of Yesterday by Ernst Fischer, pp. 841-848
        9. Native Daughter---Communist Party Founder and Leader by Samuel Adams Darcy, pp. 849-856
        10. [+]
          Seversky's Handbook for Defeatists by Harold Smith, pp. 857-866 - 1 Review
          1. Victory Through Air Power by Alexander P. De Seversky
      10. [+]
        November 1942 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Twenty-five Years of Soviet Power by Earl Browder, pp. 867-868
        2. The Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Soviet Power by V.J. Jerome, pp. 869-885
        3. Our Nation Discovers the Soviet Union by Hans Berger, pp. 886-893
        4. The Second Front and the Winter of 1942-43 by Eugene Dennis, pp. 894-902
        5. National Unity for Total War by Tim Buck, pp. 903-910
        6. The Miners' Convention by William Z. Foster, pp. 911-921
        7. Trends in the A.F. of L. by Rose Wortis, pp. 922-936
        8. Earl Browder Charts the Course to Victory by A. Landy, pp. 937-955
        9. Historic Documents, pp. 956-962
      11. [+]
        December 1942 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The U.S.S.R. and the Anglo-Soviet-American Fighting Alliance by Joseph Stalin, pp. 963-975
        2. One Year Since Pearl Harbor by Earl Browder, pp. 976-984
        3. The C.I.O. Convention by Roy Hudson, pp. 985-999
        4. Stalin and the Patriotic War by Mikhail Kalinin, pp. 1000-1004
        5. The 1942 Elections---And After by Milton Howard, pp. 1005-1011
        6. The Pacific Front in the Global War by James S. Allen, pp. 1012-1020
        7. The Study of Marxism-Leninism and the Role of the Party in Promoting National Unity by Sam Don, pp. 1021-1038
        8. What About Hitler's Finnish Ally? by Jessica Mattson, pp. 1039-1050
        9. The Free Germans to the German People by Paul Merker, pp. 1051-1056
        10. Index---1942, pp. 1057-1074
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1943 = 5 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Stalin's Sixty-third Birthday by Earl Browder, p. 3
        2. Reminiscences of Lenin by Joseph Stalin, pp. 4-9
        3. Production for Victory by Earl Browder, pp. 10-29
        4. Prepare the Party for a Nationawide Party by John Williamson, pp. 30-37
        5. Mobilize Negro Manpower for Victory by James W. Ford, pp. 38-46
        6. The Great Patriotic War and Social Science by G. Alexandrov, pp. 47-50
        7. The Incoming Seventy-eighth Congress by Milton Howard, pp. 51-57
        8. Italy at the Crossroads by M. Osipov, pp. 58-61
        9. British Labor and War by R. Palme Dutt, pp. 62-72
        10. The Great Offensive by Joseph Starobin, pp. 73-82
        11. Marx and Engels on Reactionary Prussianism by M. Mitin, pp. 83-87
        12. The White Collar Workers and the War by Robert Miller, pp. 88-98
      2. [+]
        February 1943 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The New Stage of War in Europe by Eugene Dennis, pp. 99-113
        2. Frances's Hour Has Struck by Andre Marty, pp. 114-125
        3. Some Problems of Centralized War Production by V.J. Jerome, pp. 126-134
        4. Lincoln, Roosevelt and the Fifth Column by Milton Howard, pp. 135-145
        5. The Nation and the Armed Forces by Max Weiss, pp. 146-156
        6. The President's Message to Congress by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 157-164
        7. Anglo-Soviet Trade Union Relations by Peter Kerrigan, pp. 165-167
        8. The Communist Party of Great Britain on the Beveridge Proposals, pp. 168-174
        9. Manifesto to the German People and the German Army, pp. 175-180
        10. An Appeal to the People of Italy, pp. 181-184
        11. [+]
          Review Lenin on the Agrarian Question, by Anna Rochester by Eric Bert, pp. 185-194 - 1 Review
          1. Lenin on the Agrarian Question by Anna Rochester
      3. [+]
        May 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. May Day Manifesto of the Communist Party, pp. 387-393
        2. Note of the Soviet Government on the Decision to Suspend Relations with the Polish Gove..., pp. 394-395
        3. Hitler's Polish Partners, pp. 396-398
        4. The Anti-Soviet Conspiracy in the United States by Earl Browder, pp. 399-402
        5. Forge World Labor Unity! by Roy Hudson, pp. 403-410
        6. Marxism, Prussianiam and Mr. Wallace by V.J. Jerome, pp. 411-424
        7. Chicao Rebukes the Copperhead by M. Childs, pp. 425-433
        8. What Are We Righting For? by Robert Minor, pp. 434-442
        9. On Wage Stabilization by William Young and Pauline Young, pp. 443-451
        10. The New Stage in the Fight to Abolish the Poll Tax by Theodore R. Bassett, pp. 452-460
        11. Thomas E. Dewey: His Record by S.W. Gerson, pp. 461-468
        12. Under a "Socialist" Mantle by Max Steinberg, pp. 469-482
      4. [+]
        July 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Hold the Home Front! by Earl Browder, pp. 579-598
        2. Victory and the 1944 Elections by Eugene Dennis, pp. 599-612
        3. Crucial Problems Before Labor Today by Roy Hudson, pp. 613-623
        4. Gearing Organizational Forms and Methods to the War Effort by John Williamson, pp. 624-632
        5. The Dubinsky Social-Democrats by Gilbert Green, pp. 633-641
        6. The Negro People United for Victory by James W. Ford, pp. 642-647
        7. California and the Coming Elections by William Schneiderman, pp. 648-652
        8. The Fight Against Defeatism in Ohio by Arnold Johnson, pp. 653-656
        9. Resolutions and Statements of the National Committee Plenum, pp. 657-661
        10. The Anglo-Soviet Treaty of Alliance, pp. 662-664
        11. On the Anniversary of the Soviet-American Agreement, pp. 665-667
        12. Historic Documents, pp. 668-674
      5. [+]
        October 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Future of the Anglo-Soviet-American Coalition by Earl Browder, pp. 867-873
        2. World Labor and the Second Front by N. Shvernik, pp. 874-880
        3. The Path Dimitroff Charted by V.J. Jerome, pp. 881-893
        4. Labor's General Staffs Meet by William Z. Foster, pp. 894-902
        5. The War in Italy by A. Landy, pp. 903-912
        6. What Is Hidden Behind the Plan for an East European Federation or Confederation?, pp. 913-916
        7. The Soviet Union's Struggle for Peace in the Period Before World War II by Vladimir Potemkin, pp. 917-921
        8. The Organizational and Educational Tasks of Our Party by John Williamson, pp. 922-933
        9. The Farmers and National Unity by Isidore Begun and Robert Digby, pp. 934-943
        10. The Struggle for National Unity in New Jersey by William Norman, pp. 944-952
        11. Unity Victory Prosperity!, pp. 953-956
        12. For Unity and Victory, pp. 957-962
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1944 = 12 Issues, 141 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1944 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Teheran---History's Greatest Turning Point by Earl Browder, pp. 3-8
        2. The Teheran Decisions Promise Mankind A Durable Peace, pp. 9-12
        3. Leninism and Foreign Policy by Sam Don, pp. 13-24
        4. For Unity in China's War of Resistance, pp. 25-30
        5. [+]
          Critique of Chiang Kai-shek's Book by Chen Pai-ta, pp. 31-62 - 1 Review
          1. China's Destiny by Kai-shek Chiang
        6. Urgent Questions of Party Growth and Organization by John Williamson, pp. 63-71
        7. The Battle Over Subsidies by Mac Gordon, pp. 72-82
        8. On the Negroes and the Right of Self-Determination by Earl Browder, pp. 83-85
        9. A Perspective for Forging Negro-White Unity by John Pittman, pp. 86-91
        10. Historic Documents, pp. 92-98
      2. [+]
        February 1944 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Statement to the Press by the National Committee of the Communist Party, pp. 99-101
        2. Marxism Arms Communists to Meet and Solve Issues Today by Earl Browder, pp. 102-106
        3. Decisions of the National Committee of the Communist Party, pp. 107-108
        4. The Outlook for a Durable Peace by Eugene Dennis, pp. 109-121
        5. Not "In Spite of" But Because by Robert Minor, pp. 122-130
        6. New Problems of Communist Organization by John Williamson, pp. 131-139
        7. Teheran and the Wage Policy Issue by Roy Hudson, pp. 140-147
        8. American Capitalism and Teheran by Gilbert Green, pp. 148-152
        9. George Washington---Patriot and Statesman by Carl Ross, pp. 153-162
        10. Lenin and the Soviet People's Patriotic War by Zinaida Smirnova, pp. 163-166
        11. Poland and the Coming Stage of the War by Eugene Tarle, pp. 167-169
        12. The Most Important Stage in the Development of Friendship Between the U.S.S.R. and Czec..., pp. 170-173
        13. Forging Negro-White Unity by John Pittman, pp. 174-181
        14. Historic Documents, pp. 182-194
      3. [+]
        March 1944 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Partisanship - Luxury American Cannot Afford! by Earl Browder, pp. 195-200
        2. Order of the Day by Joseph Stalin, pp. 201-205
        3. The Soviet Nations and Teheran by James S. Allen, pp. 206-216
        4. The Significance of the Teheran Decisions, pp. 217-222
        5. Report to the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. by Vyacheslav M. Molotov, pp. 223-231
        6. On the Study of Browder's Report by David Goldway, pp. 232-240
        7. The President's Message to Congress by Max Gordon, pp. 241-251
        8. International Women's Day, 1944 by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, pp. 252-259
        9. Teheran and the Negro People by James W. Ford, pp. 260-266
        10. The I.L.G.W.U. at the Crossroads by Rose Wortis, pp. 267-274
        11. National Unity and the Farmers by Fred Briehl, pp. 275-281
        12. Plans for Currency Stabilization by Eugene Varga, pp. 282-283
        13. Japanese-German Relations During the Second World War by A. Zhukhov, pp. 284-290
      4. [+]
        April 1944 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. On the Eve of the Invasion of Europe by M. Galaktionov, pp. 291-295
        2. Post-War Economic Perspectives by Gilbert Green, pp. 296-309
        3. The Communist Vanguard by V.J. Jerome, pp. 310-318
        4. The Ohio Membership Campaign by Arnold Johnson, pp. 319-326
        5. Thomas Jefferson and National Unity by Francis Franklin, pp. 327-335
        6. Teheran and the Young Generation by Carl Ross and James West, pp. 336-346
        7. The Polish Question, pp. 347-350
        8. Germany's Decline by Eduard Benes, pp. 351-362
        9. Communist Participation in the French National Committee of Liberation by Jacques Duclos, pp. 363-365
        10. A New French Democracy by Waldeck Rochet, pp. 366-368
        11. Canada's Choice: Unity or Chaos by Tim Buck, pp. 369-381
        12. Historic Documents, pp. 382-386
      5. [+]
        May 1944 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. May Day for Victory and the Teheran Goal by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 387-396
        2. Trends in the Two Major Parties by Adam Lapin, pp. 397-409
        3. International Monopolies and the War by K. Hofman, pp. 410-414
        4. The Two-Party System by N. Sparks, pp. 415-424
        5. Enemies of Teheran by Bob Thompson, pp. 425-430
        6. Concerning a Charge of Betrayal by Hans Berger, pp. 431-439
        7. The Maryland-District of Columbia Enlightenment Campaign by Doxey A. Wilkerson, pp. 440-449
        8. The Seattle Municipal Elections by Henry P. Huff, pp. 450-456
        9. Issues and Tasks in the Primary Elections, pp. 457-460
        10. Hungary's Occupation by Hitler by E. Gavrilov, pp. 461-464
        11. Where Is Finland Going---Toward Peace or Catastrophe?, pp. 465-468
        12. Historic Documents, pp. 469-482
      6. [+]
        June 1944 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Greetings to General Eisenhower Marshal Stalin and Marshal Tito, pp. 483-484
        2. Unity for Victory, for the Elections and for Post-War Security by Earl Browder, pp. 485-500
        3. National Unity for Victory Security and a Durable Peace, pp. 501-505
        4. Preamble to the Constitution of the Communist Political Association, p. 506
        5. Three Years of the Soviet National-Liberation War by A. Landy, pp. 507-520
        6. Perspectives on the Functioning of the Communist Political Association by John Williamson, pp. 521-532
        7. The May Meeting of the A.F. of L. Executive Council by J.K. Morton, pp. 533-540
        8. Some Reconversion Problems in the Automotive Industry by Pat Toohey, pp. 541-557
        9. The Communist Vanguard by V.J. Jerome, pp. 558-572
        10. Historic Documents, pp. 573-578
      7. [+]
        July 1944 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Back the Attack! Everything for Victory!, pp. 579-580
        2. Greetings to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, p. 581
        3. Tribute to Those Who Have Given Their Lives in Defense of Our Country Against the Fasci..., p. 582
        4. A Statement to the Peoples of France and Western Europe by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, p. 583
        5. To the Allied Expeditionary Force by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, pp. 584-585
        6. Germany's Military Situation by Col. M. Tolchenov, pp. 586-593
        7. That Americans May Think Together, Act Together by Earl Browder, pp. 594-597
        8. For Victory in the War and the Elections by Eugene Dennis, pp. 598-607
        9. The Role of the Club in the Communist Political Association by John Williamson, pp. 608-613
        10. The Hoover-Dewey-McCormick Election Threat to Teheran by William Z. Foster, pp. 614-619
        11. New York in the 1944 Election Line-Up by Gilbert Green, pp. 620-631
        12. Communist Participation in the Provisional Government of the French Republic by Andre Marty, pp. 632-645
        13. Charting Our Path in War and Peace by William Schneiderman, pp. 646-656
        14. What Is Behind the Attack on the C.I.O. Political Action Committee? by Max Gordon, pp. 657-662
        15. Resolutions Adopted by the National Convention C.P.A., pp. 663-674
      8. [+]
        August 1944 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. The Great Invasion by A. Landy, pp. 675-680
        2. Three Years of the Soviet Patriotic War, pp. 681-685
        3. The Armed Struggle of the Polish People Against the Hitlerite Invaders, pp. 686-693
        4. Resolution of the Union of Polish Patriots in the U.S.S.R., pp. 694-695
        5. The Republican Convention by Adam Lapin, pp. 696-704
        6. Thomas' "Socialists" Aid Fascism by Paul Novick, pp. 705-712
        7. The Trotskyite Fifth Column in the Labor Movement by George Morris, pp. 713-723
        8. The Cuban Elections by Blas Roca, pp. 724-736
        9. The Plan for Post-War Employment by V. Gayev, pp. 737-744
        10. United Nations Monetary Policy by Steve North, pp. 745-752
        11. "Talking Spokane" is "Talking Teheran" by Robert Digby, pp. 753-760
        12. Resolutions Adopted by the National Convention C.P.A., pp. 761-770
      9. [+]
        September 1944 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Labor Day in 1944, pp. 771-772
        2. Some Features of Modern Warfare by Maj. Gen. M. Galaktionov, pp. 773-777
        3. The Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the American Communist Organization, pp. 778-781
        4. What Marxism Contributes to America by Earl Browder, pp. 782-787
        5. The Heritage of the Communist Political Association by Robert Minor, pp. 788-797
        6. A Lesson in Democracy by A. Landy, pp. 798-805
        7. A Resolute Non-Partisan Policy to Strengthen National Unity by Eugene Dennis, pp. 806-812
        8. Notes on the Democratic Convention by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 813-818
        9. The Negro and the Elections by Doxey A. Wilkerson, pp. 819-829
        10. China's Real Destiny by Frederick V. Field, pp. 830-845
        11. A Company Union of Nations? by Hans Berger, pp. 846-856
        12. Resolutions Adopted by the National Convention C.P.A., pp. 857-861
        13. Historic Documents, pp. 862-866
      10. [+]
        October 1944 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. A Great Summer of Coalition Warfare by Joseph Starobin, pp. 867-879
        2. Republican Campaign Strategy by Adam Lapin, pp. 880-892
        3. Government Intervention in the National Economy by Alex Bittelman, pp. 893-910
        4. Notes on the Dumbarton Oaks Conference by Hans Berger, pp. 911-918
        5. The Source of Communist Courage by Jacques Duclos, pp. 919-929
        6. The Lesson of the Quebec Election by Stanley Ryerson, pp. 930-933
        7. Five Years of War in Europe, pp. 934-936
        8. The Armistice Agreement with Roumania, pp. 937-940
        9. [+]
          Why Ehrenburg Won the Order of Lenin by Joseph North, pp. 941-946 - 1 Review
          1. The Tempering of Russia by Ilya Ehrenburg
        10. [+]
          "Freedom Road"---A Weapon of Democracy by Doxey Wilkerson, pp. 947-951 - 1 Review
          1. Freedom Road by Howard Fast
        11. Historic Documents, pp. 952-962
      11. [+]
        November 1944 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Soviet Union and the Small Nations by Marcia T. Scott, pp. 963-978
        2. The Twenty-Seventh Anniversary of the October Revolution by A. Landy, pp. 979-987
        3. An International Security Organization by N. Malinin, pp. 988-1000
        4. Dewey and Teheran by William Z. Foster, pp. 1001-1014
        5. Certain Lessons of Versailles by Prof. A. Trainin, pp. 1015-1017
        6. Problems of Club Leadership and Democracy in the C.P.A. by John Williamson, pp. 1018-1026
        7. As We Face Reconversion by George Morris, pp. 1027-1038
        8. The "Reuther Tactic" and the Fight for Labor-Servicemen Unity by Robert Thompson, pp. 1039-1042
        9. Fuehrer Lewis Runs a Convention by Louis F. Budenz, pp. 1043-1051
        10. Armistice Agreement with Finland, pp. 1052-1058
      12. [+]
        December 1944 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. America's Elections and the Teheran Concord by Earl Browder, pp. 1059-1066
        2. The Elections and the New Congress by Adam Lapin, pp. 1067-1072
        3. The Strategy of "Mercy" by A. Trainin, pp. 1073-1077
        4. Bretton Woods and World Security by James S. Allen, pp. 1078-1086
        5. The Political Situation in Italy by Palmiro Togliatti (Ercoli), pp. 1087-1102
        6. A Tribute to Wendell Willkie by John Stuart, pp. 1103-1110
        7. Toward a National Uprising Against Franco and the Falange by T.G. Zamudio, pp. 1111-1123
        8. Historic Documents, pp. 1124-1138
        9. Index---Volume XXIII 1944, pp. 1139-1154