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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1930s = 7 Years, 251 Issues, 5,204 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1933 = 2 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1934 = 21 Issues, 443 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1935 = 41 Issues, 805 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1935 = 8 Issues, 158 Articles
            1. [+]
              January 8, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Betrayal by the N.A.A.C.P., pp. 6-7
              3. Terror in "Liberal" Wisconsin, p. 8
              4. The Truth About the Crawford Case by Martha Gruening, pp. 9-14
              5. Moscow Street by Charles B. Strauss, p. 15
              6. The Auto Workers Face 1935 by A.B. Magil, pp. 16-18
              7. Man on a Road by Albert Maltz, pp. 19-20
              8. Bread Line by Dee Vagrlen, p. 21
              9. Correspondence, p. 22
              10. Material for a Note on Shakespeare by Stanley Burnshaw, pp. 23-24
              11. [+]
                Arming the Masses by Ben Field, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Foundations of Leninism by Joseph Stalin
              12. [+]
                American Decadence Mapped by Samuel Levenson, p. 25 - 4 Reviews
                1. Patterns of Wolfpen by Harlan Hatcher
                2. February Hill by Victoria Lincoln
                3. Summer in Williamsburg by Daniel Fuchs
                4. Portrait of Eden by Margaret Sperry
              13. [+]
                Fire on the Andes by Frank Gordon, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Fire on the Andes by Carleton Beals
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 3 Reviews
                1. A Pilgrimage of Ideas by Sherwood Eddy
                2. The Maker of Signs by Whit Burnett
                3. Deism In Eighteenth Century America by Herbert M. Morais
              15. Book Notes, p. 27
              16. Design for a Parasite Class by Stephen Alexander, p. 28
              17. Current Theatre by S.B., p. 29
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            2. [+]
              January 15, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
              2. Roosevelt Tells Congress, p. 8
              3. The Fight for Bread, p. 8
              4. What Is Happening in the Saar by Ilya Ehrenbourg, pp. 9-14
              5. Correspondence, p. 15
              6. Back of the Yards by Jane Benton, pp. 16-17
              7. 2,000 Workers Dying on a Job by Bernard Allen, p. 18
              8. White Guards of the World by Harold Ward, p. 19
              9. A Man and a Woman by Ernst Toller, pp. 20-22
              10. A New Direction for Criticism by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 23
              11. [+]
                Lenin on Renegade Socialism by L.M. Lerner, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky by V.I. Lenin
              12. [+]
                What Spies Are Made Of by Isidor Schneider, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Aseff the Spy by Boris I. Nicolaevsky
              13. [+]
                An Incomplete Indictment by Corliss Lamont, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. All in the Name of God by Everett R. Clinchy
              14. [+]
                Sidetracking American Thought by Maxwell Bodenheim, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Molders of American Thought, 1933-1934 by William H. Cordell
              15. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 3 Reviews
                1. Ex-Priest and the Riddle of Religion by L.H. Lehmann
                2. Fiesta in Mexico by Erna Fergusson
                3. Eugene O'Neill: A Critical Study by Sophus Keith Winther
              16. A Music School for Workers by Ashley Pettis, p. 28
              17. Not a Dry Eye by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              18. Sweet LeRoy by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              19. Ode to Liberty by Michael Blankfort, p. 30
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            3. [+]
              January 22, 1935 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Saar Plebiscite, p. 6
              3. Students in Revolt, p. 7
              4. A Year of the Guild, p. 7
              5. Our Congress and Theirs by Michael Gold, pp. 8-10
              6. The Sacramento Trials by Jack Warnick, pp. 11-12
              7. 2,000 Dying on a Job by Bernard Allen, p. 13
              8. Hurrah for Mr. Goldstein by Sue Varna, p. 14
              9. Songs About Lenin, p. 15
              10. Will the Farmer Go Red? by John Latham, pp. 16-17
              11. Correspondence, pp. 18-19
              12. A Call for an American Writers' Congress, p. 20
              13. [+]
                To Explain---or to Change? by John Strachey, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Economic Consequences of the New Deal by Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton
              14. Inside Is the Wrong Side, Fallada by John Norman, pp. 22-23
              15. [+]
                Pretty Pictures by Russell T. Limbach, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The World War in Photographs by Otto Kurth
              16. [+]
                Short Stories in America by Alfred Hayes, p. 24 - 4 Reviews
                1. Story in America: 1933-1934 by Whit Burnett and Martha Foley
                2. The Best Short Stories, 1934 by Edward J. O'Brien
                3. The Best British Short Stories, 1934 by Edward J. O'Brien
                4. Editor's Choice by Alfred Dashiell
              17. Book Notes, p. 24
              18. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 25 - 3 Reviews
                1. Kerkhoven's Third Existence by Jakob Wassermann
                2. The Last Days of Tsar Nicholas by P.M. Bykov
                3. Swift by John Hayward and Jonathan Swift
              19. Art: Murals by Burck and Laning by Stephen Alexander, pp. 26-27
              20. The Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 28
              21. The Dance by Horace Gregory, p. 28
              22. Chapayev Is Here by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              23. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            4. [+]
              January 29, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Security---For Wall Street, p. 6
              3. The Vets March Again, pp. 6-7
              4. The Red Plot Thickens, p. 8
              5. Wall Street's Fascist Conspiracy by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-15
              6. Aspects of Soviet Art by Louis Lozowick, pp. 16-19
              7. Agnes Smedley in danger, p. 20
              8. Correspondence, p. 21
              9. What is a Proletarian Writer? by William Rollins, Jr., p. 22
              10. [+]
                Without Benefit of the A.F. of L. by Robert Dunn, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. Union-Management Cooperation in the "Stretch-Out" by Richmond C. Nyman and Elliott D. Smith
              11. [+]
                Vridar Hunter Betrayed by Jack Conroy, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. We Are Betrayed by Vardis Fisher
              12. [+]
                Civilization Rampant by Bernhard J. Stern, p. 25 - 2 Reviews
                1. New Sources of Indian History, 1850-1891 by Stanley Vestal
                2. The Five Civilized Tribes by Grant Foreman
              13. Book Notes, p. 26
              14. Waiting for Lefty by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 27
              15. Artef Presents "Dostigayev" by Joshua Kunitz, p. 28
              16. The British Are Coming, Boom! by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            5. [+]
              February 12, 1935 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Picket Line Grows, p. 6
              3. California Justice, pp. 7-8
              4. A Prison in Russia by Lester Cohen, pp. 9-13
              5. "Anarchy" in Arkansas by Harold Preece, p. 14
              6. Two Poems by Martha Millet, p. 15
              7. Valentine Greetings, pp. 16-17
              8. Minority People in Two Worlds by Langston Hughes, pp. 18-19
              9. One Writer's Position by Horace Gregory, p. 20
              10. Do You Hear? by Mildred Gaims, p. 21
              11. Correspondence, p. 22
              12. Thomas Boyd, Communist by Granville Hicks, p. 23
              13. [+]
                Portraits of Two Liberals by Edwin Berry Burgum, pp. 24-25 - 1 Review
                1. Condorcet and the Rise of Liberalism in France by J. Salwyn Schapiro
              14. [+]
                Reluctant Eyes on China by Isidor Schneider, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. China by Leonard A. Lyall
                2. One's Company by Peter Fleming
              15. [+]
                A Sitwell Unconfirmed by Muriel Rukeyser, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. The Pleasures of Poetry by Edith Sitwell
              16. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 3 Reviews
                1. We Jews by George E. Sokolsky
                2. Call It Sleep by Henry Roth
                3. The Conquest of the Maya by J. Leslie Mitchell
              17. The Theatre: God's in His Heaven by Michael Blankfort, p. 28
              18. Land of Sweet Lorgnettes by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            6. [+]
              February 19, 1935 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Seventh Soviet Congress, pp. 6-7
              3. Columbus Circle by Will Lawrence, p. 8
              4. Trial by Vigilantes by Bruce Minton, pp. 9-10
              5. Brown Shirts in Zion by Robert Gessner, pp. 11-13
              6. Women and Communism by Rebecca Pitts, pp. 14-17
              7. Biscuits and Blackjacks by Edward Newhouse, pp. 18-19
              8. Correspondence, p. 20
              9. Another Writer's Position by Edwin Seaver, p. 21
              10. [+]
                Day Dreams in Life by Leon Dennen, p. 22 - 2 Reviews
                1. Road of Ages by Robert Nathan
                2. Land of Promise by Leo Lania
              11. [+]
                Shadow of Philanthropy by Loren Miller, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Shadow of the Plantation by Charles S. Johnson
              12. [+]
                Brief Review, pp. 24-25 - 7 Reviews
                1. The Twilight of the Supreme Court by Edward S. Corwin
                2. Food and Health by Henry C. Sherman
                3. Pitcairn's Island by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
                4. Better Think Twice About It, and Twelve Other Stories by Luigi Pirandello
                5. Virgil's Works by J.W. Mackail
                6. The Cambridge Shorter History of India by John Andrew Allan, T. Wolseley Haig, and Henry H. Dodwell, ...
                7. In the Shadow of Liberty by Edward Corsi
              13. Art by Stephen Alexander, p. 26
              14. The Theatre by Mark Marvin, p. 27
              15. Helen Howe by Orrick Johns, p. 27
              16. The Gilded Lady by Peter Ellis, p. 27
              17. Lady Macbeth of Mzensk by Ashley Pettis, p. 28
              18. Five Star Final by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            7. [+]
              March 5, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The One Busy Industry, p. 6
              3. Fascism Moves on Africa, pp. 7-8
              4. Minnesota's Ramsay MacDonald by John Strachey, pp. 9-10
              5. Doctors in the Red by Martha Andrews, pp. 11-12
              6. The Fight for Thaelmann by Albert Viton, p. 13
              7. I Handed Out Relief by Tom Johnson, pp. 14-15
              8. Hunger and Revolt by Jacob Burck, pp. 16-17
              9. Strikes in the Skyscrapers by Edward Newhouse, p. 18
              10. Correspondence, pp. 19-21
              11. [+]
                ---And a Great Personality by W.T. Massey, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Letters to Dr. Kugelmann by Karl Marx
              12. [+]
                Brave New Historians by Henry Cooper, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. European Civilization and Politics Since 1815 by Erik Achorn
              13. [+]
                Pain Without Finish by Norman MacLeod, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. In Memoriam: 1933 by Charles Reznikoff
              14. [+]
                Worship at Dusk by Charles B. Hatchard, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                1. No Quarter Given by Paul Horgan
                2. American Family by Faith Baldwin
              15. [+]
                Jacob Burck's America by Stephen Alexander, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Hunger and Revolt by Jacob Burck
              16. The Dance by Edna Ocko, p. 26
              17. Music by Max Margulis, p. 27
              18. The Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 28
              19. The Soviet Film by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            8. [+]
              March 19, 1935 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
              2. Civil War In Greece, p. 8
              3. Thieves Falling Out, p. 8
              4. The Soviet in Cuba by Josephine Herbst, pp. 9-11
              5. Saboteurs of Education by Frank Harrison, pp. 12-13
              6. Detroit's Labor Candidate by A.B. Magil, p. 14
              7. For an Unborn Child by Willard Maas, p. 15
              8. Cartoons from the Foreign Press, pp. 16-17
              9. Let 'Em Eat Horsepower by Harold Ward, p. 18
              10. Can You Tell Us Apart in a Crowd? by Saul Levitt, p. 19
              11. Friends of McCormick by Richard Giles, p. 20
              12. Correspondence, p. 21
              13. The Negro Writer and the Congress by E. Clay, p. 22
              14. [+]
                Formula for a Best Seller by James T. Farrell, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. A House Divided by Pearl S. Buck
              15. [+]
                The Side-Step Philosophy by Theodore Draper, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Philosophical Ideas in the United States by Harvey Gates Townsend
              16. [+]
                Goethe and the Jews by Kenneth Burke, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Goethe and the Jews by Mark Waldman
              17. [+]
                Vision Without Vision by Isidor Schneider, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Italian Renaissance by A.K. Wickham
                2. The Polar Regions by J.M. Scott
              18. [+]
                Brief Review, pp. 26-27 - 4 Reviews
                1. Windfalls by Sean O'Casey
                2. Tents in Mongolia by Henning Haslund
                3. Women in the Soviet Union by F. Nurina
                4. The Westward Star by Frank Ernest Hill
              19. The Dance by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              20. Art by Stephen Alexander, p. 29
              21. Movies by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          2. [+]
            Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1935 = 6 Issues, 116 Articles
            1. [+]
              April 23, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Socialists Hedge Again, pp. 6-7
              3. Letters From America, pp. 8-9
              4. Coughlin Crusades Against Labor by A.B. Magil, pp. 10-12
              5. Wildcat Coal by Necho Allen, pp. 13-14
              6. Soviet Asia Sings by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 15-18
              7. Strike Sweeps the Campus by James Wechsler, pp. 19-20
              8. Correspondence, p. 21
              9. Waldo Frank and the Left by Edward Dahlberg, p. 22
              10. [+]
                The Path of Regeneration by John Howard Lawson, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. I Love by A. Avdeyenko
              11. [+]
                Agrarianism by Rob Hall, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Agrarianism: A Program for Farmers by Troy J. Cauley
              12. [+]
                Whose United States? by Edward Newhouse, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Talk United States! by Robert Whitcomb
              13. Recent Magazines by Stephen Alexander and Isidor Schneider, p. 25
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 26 - 3 Reviews
                1. Women Workers Through the Depression by Lorine Pruette
                2. Cannibal Cousins by John Houston Craige
                3. Hell-Hole of Creation by Lewis M. Nesbitt
              15. Current Theatre by Allen Chumley, p. 27
              16. Art by Stephen Alexander, p. 28
              17. Movies by Peter Ellis, p. 28
              18. The Dance by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 29
              19. The Book Union, p. 30
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            2. [+]
              May 21, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Sabotaging the Bonus, p. 6
              3. The Supreme Court Says "No", pp. 7-8
              4. Housing in the Sky by Sidney Hill, pp. 9-11
              5. The Frameup in Gallup by A.L. Wirin, pp. 12-13
              6. Prisoners of the Class War, p. 14
              7. Fraternity Minus the Bank by Bruce Minton, p. 15
              8. Self-Criticism in Soviet Cartoons, pp. 16-17
              9. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 18-19
              10. Washington---Jim-Crow Capital by Marguerite Young, pp. 20-22
              11. Correspondence, p. 23
              12. [+]
                Kenneth Fearing: A Poet for Workers by Edward Dahlberg, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Poems by Kenneth Fearing
              13. [+]
                Studs Lonigan in Conclusion by Josephine Herbst, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Judgment Day by James T. Farrell
              14. [+]
                Thunder Over the Pacific by Donald Hemsley, p. 26 - 4 Reviews
                1. Must We Fight in Asia? by Nathaniel Peffer
                2. The Case for Manchoukuo by George Bronson Rea
                3. Toward Understanding Japan by Sidney L. Gulick
                4. Japan's Pacific Mandate by Paul Hibbert Clyde
              15. [+]
                He Didn't Die in Bed by Bruce Minton, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Chapayev by Dimitri Furmanov
              16. The Dance by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              17. The Pulitzer Prizes by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            3. [+]
              May 28, 1935 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Wagner's Anti-Labor Bill, p. 6
              3. Farmers in Washington, p. 6
              4. Young in Action, p. 7
              5. John Reed's Portrait, p. 8
              6. "Mrs. Roosevelt Will Not Speak" by James King, pp. 9-11
              7. Sea-Safety for Fascism by Hays Jones, p. 12
              8. Why They Lost in Toledo by Alfred Hirsch, p. 13
              9. Decoration Day by Philip Cornwall, pp. 14-15
              10. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 16-18
              11. Afternoon of a Realtor by Edwin Seaver, p. 19
              12. Correspondence, pp. 20-21
              13. [+]
                Louid D. Brandeis: Why Liberalism Failed by Roger Brooks, pp. 22-23 - 1 Review
                1. The Curse of Bigness by Louis D. Brandeis, Osmond K. Fraenkel, and Clarence M. Lewis, ...
              14. [+]
                Two Worlds by Isidor Schneider, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
              15. [+]
                A South-American Classic by Frank L. Gordon, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Vortex by Jose Eustasio Rivera
              16. [+]
                Mansion and Mill by Grace Lumpkin, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
              17. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Skin Deep by M.C. Phillips
                2. Nature's Way by Victor Cox Pedersen
              18. Parade in Boston by Robert Forsythe, p. 27
              19. The Theatre by Herbert Kline, p. 28
              20. The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              21. Art by Stephen Alexander, p. 30
              22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            4. [+]
              June 4, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Guild Convention, p. 6
              3. Racketeering in Hospitals, p. 6
              4. The Forced Work Program, pp. 7-8
              5. Fired for Being a Communist by Granville Hicks, p. 9
              6. Hicks---The Man They "Could Spare" by Bruce Minton, pp. 10-12
              7. Heil, Blue and Gold by Vera Cox, p. 13
              8. Toward a National Negro Congress by Eleanor Ryan, pp. 14-15
              9. Now We'll Tell You Something by William Gropper, pp. 16-17
              10. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 18-20
              11. Correspondence, p. 21
              12. [+]
                A Study in National Liberation by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 22-23 - 1 Review
                1. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
              13. [+]
                Marianne Moore and Eliot by Orrick Johns, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Selected Poems by Marianne Moore
              14. [+]
                Nazi Work of Art by Bernard Smith, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Condemned to Live by Johann Rabener
              15. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 26 - 7 Reviews
                1. Chronicles of Barabbas, 1884-1934 by George H. Doran
                2. The Frustration of Science by Frederick Soddy
                3. The Price of Peace by Frank H. Simonds and Brooks Emeny
                4. Restless Days by Lilo Linke
                5. Peace and the Plain Man by Norman Angell
                6. Louis Adamic and Shadow-America by Carey McWilliams
                7. The Little Wife, and Other Stories by William March
              16. "The Young Go First" by Michael Blankfort, p. 27
              17. Sklar's and Peters' "Parade" by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              18. The National Negro Theatre, p. 28
              19. Reviewing the Press by Margaret Wright Mather, p. 29
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            5. [+]
              June 18, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Blacklists in The Schools, p. 6
              3. Chiang Kai-Shek Sells China, pp. 7-8
              4. What Kind of a Third Party by John Broman, pp. 9-10
              5. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 11-13
              6. The Timid Profession by Granville Hicks, pp. 14-15
              7. Red Belt Around Paris by Andre Ribard, pp. 16-17
              8. Revolt of the Housewives by Ann Barton, p. 18
              9. A Letter from America by G. D'Marcy O'Brien, pp. 19-20
              10. Correspondence, p. 21
              11. [+]
                Chamberlin's "History" by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 22-24 - 1 Review
                1. The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 by William Henry Chamberlin
              12. [+]
                Poetry of the Season by Moishe Nadir, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Chorus for Survival by Horace Gregory
              13. [+]
                The New Lenin Edition by Henry Hart, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. The Collected Works of V.I. Lenin by V.I. Lenin
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 5 Reviews
                1. New Pioneer Story Book by Martha Campion
                2. Smara, the Forbidden City by Michel Vieuchange
                3. Act of Darkness by John Peale Bishop
                4. Reader by E.D. Manevich
                5. Renascent Mexico by Hubert Clinton Herring and Herbert Weinstock
              15. Art by Stephen Alexander, p. 28
              16. Theatre Notes, p. 28
              17. Confessions of an Opium Sitter by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            6. [+]
              June 25, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Glory of R.P.I., p. 6
              3. Let 'Em Eat Grass Roots, p. 6
              4. Where Life Is Good, pp. 7-8
              5. Why Japan Risks War, pp. 9-10
              6. Famine in the Countryside by Soma Haruta, p. 11
              7. Buick Strikes Back by Adam Smythe, p. 12
              8. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 13-14
              9. West Coast Labor on the March by Dawn Lovelace, pp. 15-16
              10. Murder in Manhattan by A.B. Shiffrin, pp. 17-18
              11. Youth Leaves School by Martha Thomas, pp. 19-20
              12. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              13. Death of Joel Cutler by Nathaniel Buchwald, p. 23
              14. The Rise of the Nazis by Karl Billinger, pp. 24-25
              15. [+]
                E (i.o.u.) Noncummings by Isidor Schneider, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. No Thanks by E.E. Cummings
              16. [+]
                A Very Sad Young Man by Tom Kromer, pp. 27-28 - 1 Review
                1. Hungry Men by Edward Anderson
              17. The Theatre by J.C. Seidel, p. 29
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          3. [+]
            Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1935 = 13 Issues, 249 Articles
            1. [+]
              July 2, 1935 Issue = 26 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Crisis of the Middle Class, pp. 6-8
              3. What Is Communism by Earl Browder, pp. 9-10
              4. Twilight of Mosley by M.B. Schnapper, p. 11
              5. A Letter from Spain, p. 12
              6. Chicago's Red-Baiting Comic Opera by Joel Eden, pp. 13-15
              7. A New Angle in Humor by Bruce Minton, p. 16
              8. The Proletarian Short Story by Alan Calmer, pp. 17-18
              9. The Rabbit by Ben Field, pp. 19-21
              10. Big Hands by Len Zinberg, p. 22
              11. Case History by John Mortimer, pp. 23-24
              12. A Lumpen by Nelson Algren, p. 25
              13. Spread Your Sunrise by Richard Wright, p. 26
              14. Guns by Peter Quince, pp. 27-28
              15. A Trip to Uncle Joe's by Saul Levitt, pp. 29-32
              16. Another Washington Circus by James T. Farrell, p. 33
              17. Correspondence, pp. 34-35
              18. A Ticket for Tarkington by Murray Godwin, p. 36
              19. [+]
                History-Making Plays by John Howard Lawson, pp. 37-39 - 1 Review
                1. Three Plays by Clifford Odets
              20. [+]
                Meet the Soviet Citizen by Maxwell S. Stewart, p. 40 - 1 Review
                1. Soviet Journey by Louis Fischer
              21. New Issue of Art Front by Stephen Alexander, p. 41
              22. [+]
                A Novel About Automobile Workers by Edwin Seaver, p. 42 - 1 Review
                1. Conveyor by James Steele
              23. The Dance by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 43
              24. [+]
                The Screen by Allen Chumley, p. 44 - 1 Review
                1. Becky Sharp (1935 Film) by Rouben Mamoulian and Lowell Sherman
              25. Hooray, Etcetera by Robert Forsythe, p. 45
              26. Between Ourselves, pp. 46-48
            2. [+]
              July 9, 1935 Issue = 21 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Two Kinds of Social Security, pp. 6-8
              3. What Is Communism? by Earl Browder, pp. 9-10
              4. Bread Winners by David Greenhood, p. 11
              5. Radio---The Great American Racket by Lucien Zacharoff, pp. 12-13
              6. Be Careful, Mrs. Hopkins by Nathan Asch, p. 14
              7. Seed and Stubble by Lola Pergament, p. 14
              8. Labor's Dividends Under the New Deal, pp. 15-17
              9. The Depression Generation by M.B. Schnapper, p. 18
              10. Farm in Alaska by Sanora Babb, p. 19
              11. Correspondence, pp. 20-21
              12. [+]
                The Marxist Foundations of Humor by Robert Briffault, pp. 22-23 - 1 Review
                1. Redder Than the Rose by Robert Forsythe
              13. [+]
                Singer of the Gumbo by Jack Balch, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Road to Utterly by H.H. Lewis
              14. [+]
                Join Hand and Brain by Meridel Le Sueur, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. A World to Win by Jack Conroy
              15. [+]
                Heroes and Assassins by Edward Haskell, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Heroes and Assassins by Stoyan Christowe
              16. [+]
                The Evidence for Soviet Russia by Isidor Schneider, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Armed Intervention in Russia, 1918-1922 by W.P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates
              17. [+]
                An Important Study of Soviet Life by Grace Hutchins, pp. 27-28 - 1 Review
                1. Factory, Family, and Woman in the Soviet Union by Susan M. Kingsbury and Mildred Fairchild
              18. The Theatre by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 29
              19. The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              20. Other Current Films, p. 30
              21. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            3. [+]
              July 16, 1935 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Scottsboro and Equality, p. 6
              3. An Exclusive Labor Party, pp. 7-8
              4. What Happened to Us in Cuba by Clifford Odets, p. 9
              5. A Passport from Realengo 18 by Josephine Herbst, pp. 10-11
              6. How "Left" Is the N.A.A.C.P.? by Loren Miller, p. 12
              7. Poem by Penina Chinitz, p. 13
              8. Our National Parks by Julia O'Connor, p. 14
              9. Greetings to John D., pp. 15-16
              10. Love in Two Worlds by Ella Winter, pp. 17-18
              11. The Crisis in Italy by Bruce Minton, pp. 19-21
              12. Correspondence, p. 22
              13. [+]
                Proletarian Mystery by Granville Hicks, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre by B. Traven
              14. [+]
                Graves without Glory by Dale Curran, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. Paths of Glory by Humphrey Cobb
              15. [+]
                Apologists for Capitalism by Hy Kravif, p. 25 - 2 Reviews
                1. Labor, Industry and Government by Matthew Woll
                2. Labor's Fight for Power by George E. Sokolsky
              16. [+]
                Two Studies of Sex by Emanual Glick, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Men and Women by Magnus Hirschfeld
                2. Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies by Margaret Mead
              17. [+]
                "Just-as-Good" Marxists by Jack Librome, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
                1. Marxism by John Macmurray, J. Middleton Murry, and N.A. Holdaway, ...
                2. The Meaning of Marx by Sidney Hook, Bertrand Russell, John Dewey, and Morris R. Cohen, ...
              18. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 4 Reviews
                1. The Hanging on Union Square by H.T. Tsiang
                2. Catherine the Great of Russia by Gina Kaus
                3. Censored! by Richard Pack and Mark Marvin
                4. Burlington Dynamite Plot by Walt Pickard
              19. The Theater: Influence of Ibsen by John Howard Lawson, p. 28
              20. [+]
                The Screen by Loren Miller, p. 29 - 1 Review
                1. Sanders of the River (1935 Film) by Zoltan Korda
              21. [+]
                At the Cameo The Private Life of Peter Vinogradov (1935 Fil... by Peter Ellis, p. 30 - 1 Review
                1. The Private Life of Peter Vinogradov (1935 Film) by Aleksandr Macheret
              22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            4. [+]
              July 23, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Hearst's Hired Men, p. 6
              3. How the Franco-Soviet Pact Works, pp. 7-8
              4. The British Labor Party Surrenders by John Strachey, pp. 9-10
              5. Ryan vs. Bridges by Bruce Minton, pp. 11-12
              6. Ten Years of the ILD by Sasha Small, pp. 13-15
              7. A Report on Harlan County to the Governor of Kentucky, pp. 16-18
              8. Comedy Cop by James T. Farrell, pp. 19-22
              9. Correspondence, pp. 23-24
              10. [+]
                Flight into the Past by Victor Burtt, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Young Joseph by Thomas Mann
              11. [+]
                One of Ours by Ben Field, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. "Call Me Ishmael" by Loyd Collins
              12. [+]
                One Honest Report by Albert Lewis, p. 26 - 3 Reviews
                1. I Speak for the Silent by Vladimir V. Tchernavin
                2. I Came Out Alive by Andre L. Mikhelson
                3. Sussman Sees It Through by David Goldberg
              13. [+]
                Ossification by Tony Clark, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Landtakers by Brian C. Penton
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Dynamics of Population by Frank Lorimer and Frederick Osborn
              15. Johnson---The Man Who Was by Robert Forsythe, p. 28
              16. Hitlerites in Hollywood by Jay Rand, p. 29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            5. [+]
              July 30, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Uncle Sam Forecloses, pp. 6-8
              3. The Writers Meet in Paris by Michael Gold, pp. 9-10
              4. The Crisis in the Socialist Party by Loren Miller, pp. 11-12
              5. A Dialogue on the Piazza by Alfred Hayes, p. 13
              6. Those They Leave Behind by Ann Rivington, p. 14
              7. Sugar is Not Sweet by Harry Archer, pp. 15-17
              8. Chin Up, Anna by Friedrich Wolf, pp. 18-20
              9. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              10. Poetry in the Modern Theatre by John Howard Lawson, p. 23
              11. [+]
                A Flight from Fact by Henry Cooper, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Social Work Yearbook, 1935 by Fred S. Hall
              12. [+]
                The Making of a Riga Correspondent by Paul Novick, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Moscow Carrousel by Eugene Lyons
              13. [+]
                The Wreck of Good Lives by John Drake, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Blessed Is the Man by Louis Zara
                2. Weep Not for the Dead by Michel Matveev
              14. [+]
                Two Pictures of Society by Jay Gerlando, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
                1. Chichi by Rachel Grant
                2. Walls Against the Wind by Frances Park
              15. Current Art by Sidney Alexander, pp. 27-28
              16. Reductio Ad Mercurum by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              17. [+]
                The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 30 - 1 Review
                1. Shanghai (1935 Film) by James Flood
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            6. [+]
              August 6, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The War Against War, p. 6
              3. Washington Cuts Wages, pp. 7-8
              4. What Is Happening in Terre Haute by Joseph North, pp. 9-12
              5. The United Front in France by Michael Gold, pp. 13-14
              6. But the Swastika Fell by Wilfred Evans, pp. 15-17
              7. From a Soviet Diary by Harold Clurman, p. 18
              8. Deportation Special by Theodore Irwin, pp. 19-20
              9. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              10. [+]
                The One and Only by Granville Hicks, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Paul Elmer More and American Criticism by Robert Shafer
              11. [+]
                Pamphlet Poetry by Joseph Kalar, p. 24 - 3 Reviews
                1. Lenin Lives by Henry George Weiss
                2. You Own the Hills by Leonard Spier
                3. Prelude to Dawn by Martha W. LeCoq
              12. [+]
                Answered Sixty-Three Years ago by Sidney Hill, p. 25 - 6 Reviews
                1. The Housing Question by Friedrich Engels
                2. Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States by Edith Elmer Wood
                3. Rehousing Urban America by Henry Wright
                4. Slum by Howard Marshall and Avice Trevelyan
                5. The Housing Program of the City of Vienna by Charles O. Hardy and Robert R. Kuczynski
                6. Modern Housing by Catherine Bauer
              13. [+]
                Old Russian Soul by E.B. Burgum, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Dostoevsky: His Life and Art by Avrahm Yarmolinsky
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 3 Reviews
                1. Time: The Present by Tess Slesinger
                2. Man of Aran by Pat Mullen
                3. A Saga of a Paper Mill by Laurence Pratt
              15. As Benito Desires Me by Henry Hart, p. 28
              16. These Russians by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            7. [+]
              August 13, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Peace Policies of Moscow, pp. 6-8
              3. [+]
                Dickstein Gets a Biographer by John L. Spivak, p. 9 - 1 Review
                1. American Defender by Dorothy Waring
              4. Southern Organizer by Kenneth Patchen, p. 10
              5. Harlem Without Make-Up by Loren Miller, p. 11
              6. Correspondence, pp. 12-15
              7. Congressman Amlie Sees Red by Marguerite Young, pp. 16-17
              8. A Love Letter for France by Michael Gold, pp. 18-22
              9. [+]
                Mr. Jackson Sees It Through by Arnold W. Bartell, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Post-War World by J. Hampden Jackson
              10. [+]
                The Peasant Poet by Rolfe Humphries, pp. 23-24 - 2 Reviews
                1. The Poems of John Clare by J.W. Tibble and John Clare
                2. John Clare: A Life by J.W. Tibble and Anne Tibble
              11. [+]
                Burial of Immortality by Stuart Green, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. The Illusion of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
              12. [+]
                Literature for Use by Bruce Minton, p. 26 - 8 Reviews
                1. The Farmers' Way Out by John Barnett
                2. The Miners' Road to Freedom by Anna Rochester and Pat Toohey
                3. Seamen and Longshoremen Under the Red Flag by Hays Jones
                4. The Negroes in a Soviet America by James W. Ford and James S. Allen
                5. War in Africa by James W. Ford and Harry Gannes
                6. Religion and Communism by Earl Browder
                7. The Supreme Court's Challenge to Labor by William F. Dunne
                8. The Soviets and the Individual by Joseph Stalin
              13. [+]
                Wood Pulpiteer by Wilson Waylett, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Lost on Venus by Edgar Rice Burroughs
              14. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
                1. The United States and Neutrality by Quincy Wright
                2. The Reign of King George V by D.C. Somervell
              15. The Theater by John Howard Lawson, p. 28
              16. Shooting China by Mike Pell, p. 29
              17. [+]
                The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 30 - 1 Review
                1. Mad Love (1935 Film) by Karl Freund
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            8. [+]
              August 20, 1935 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-6
              2. Youth Gets Administered, pp. 7-8
              3. The Rise and Fall of Abraham Cahan by Paul Novick, pp. 9-10
              4. Way Down South by Sasha Small, pp. 11-12
              5. 2. On Behalf of Angelo Herndon by Alfred Hirsch, p. 13
              6. 3. Bloody Sunday by Boris Israel, p. 14
              7. Walter Lippmann and Soviet Russia by Corliss Lamont, p. 15
              8. On a Soviet Steamer, pp. 16-17
              9. "Our Great Mikado, Virtuous Man" by Mike Pell, p. 18
              10. Monte Allegre by Greta Corsman, pp. 19-20
              11. Correspondence, p. 21
              12. [+]
                From the Literature Without Uniforms by Isidor Schneider, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. The Land of Shvambrania by Leo Kassil
              13. [+]
                Criticism with an Ax by Angel Flores, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Soviet Russian Literature by Gleb Struve
              14. [+]
                For Young Revolutionists by R. De Sola and F. De Sola, p. 24 - 3 Reviews
                1. Comrades for the Charter by Geoffrey Trease
                2. Eddie and the Gipsy by Alex Wedding
                3. Martin's Annual by Joan Beauchamp
              15. [+]
                Strength and Beauty by Nelson Algren, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Annunciation by Meridel Le Sueur
              16. [+]
                Growth of Dead Soil by Louis Lerman, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. The Iron Mother by Charles Braibant
              17. [+]
                Anti-Negro Propaganda by Loren Miller, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Don't You Weep...Don't You Moan by Richard Coleman
              18. [+]
                Made in America by Ben Goldstein, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Fascism and Citizenship by George Norlin
              19. [+]
                Brief Review, pp. 27-28 - 12 Reviews
                1. A Better Economic Order by John A. Ryan
                2. Young Ward's Diary by Lester F. Ward and Bernhard J. Stern
                3. Rich Man, Poor Man by Ryllis Alexander Goslin and Omar Pancoast
                4. Shovels and Guns by James Lasswell
                5. Marble and Mud by Jane Burr
                6. Asylum by William Seabrook
                7. We Too Are Drifting by Gale Wilhelm
                8. I Was Hitler's Prisoner by Stefan Lorant
                9. Men of Turmoil
                10. A Short History of Czechoslovakia by Kamil Krofta
                11. Cornish of Scotland Yard by George W. Cornish
                12. Tsar of Freedom by Stephen Graham
              20. The World by the Tail by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              21. Five Prizes for Playwrights, p. 30
              22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            9. [+]
              August 27, 1935 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. General Johnson Enemy of Labor, pp. 6-8
              3. Julius Streicher: Nazi King of Smut by N. Kornev, pp. 9-12
              4. Four Poems by Genevieve Taggard, p. 13
              5. Names by Gladys M. La Flamme, p. 13
              6. American Etiquette by H.H. Lewis, p. 13
              7. They Take Their Stand by Don West, p. 13
              8. Capital's Fight for a Draft Law by Walter Wilson, pp. 14-17
              9. Southern Mother by Emmett Gowen, pp. 18-19
              10. Doctor's Dilemma, 1935 by Nelson L. Barnett, p. 20
              11. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              12. On Revolutionary Poetry by John Yost, p. 23
              13. [+]
                Pareto: Apostle of Force and Deception by Hansu Chan, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Mind and Society by Vilfredo Pareto and Arthur Livingston
              14. [+]
                Spivak's America by Joseph North, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. America Faces the Barricades by John L. Spivak
              15. [+]
                "Rebellious Race" by H.B. Wolcott, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. That Bennington Mob by Henry Barnard Safford
              16. [+]
                Nazi Economics by Arnold Bartell, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Fascism---Make or Break? by R. Braun
              17. [+]
                Brief Review, pp. 27-28 - 1 Review
                1. A Panorama of German Literature, 1871-1931 by Felix Bertaux
              18. First Lesson by Bruce Minton, p. 29
              19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            10. [+]
              September 3, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Roosevelt Bows to Hearst, p. 6
              3. NEW MASSES Prize Novel Contest, pp. 7-8
              4. My Father Is a Liar by Nancy Bedford-Jones, pp. 9-10
              5. Toward the Mexican Crisis by Charles Wedger, pp. 11-14
              6. Behind Closed Doors by Bruce Minton, pp. 15-16
              7. Italy on the Brink by Alberto Padovani, pp. 17-18
              8. The Tiff Strikers Win by Karl Pretshold, pp. 19-20
              9. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              10. [+]
                Pareto: Apostle of Force and Deception by Hansu Chan, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. The Mind and Society by Vilfredo Pareto and Arthur Livingston
              11. [+]
                Another Story by Robert Briffault, pp. 25-26 - 1 Review
                1. Our Oriental Heritage by Will Durant
              12. [+]
                New Heroes and Heroines by Jack Conroy, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Those Who Built Stalingrad
              13. [+]
                Stylish Miss Cather by Genevieve Taggard, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
              14. The Theatre: Drama for Both Ears by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              15. Praying for Peace by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              16. The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            11. [+]
              September 10, 1935 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
              2. Homage to Barbarusse by Joseph Freeman, pp. 8-10
              3. Cross, Crescent and Star by Lester Cohen, pp. 11-15
              4. Work or Starve! by Bruce Minton, pp. 16-17
              5. Shorty and Oscar by Nev Campbell, pp. 18-19
              6. A Letter from Germany, p. 20
              7. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              8. Reader's Report by Alan Calmer, pp. 23-24
              9. [+]
                A Masterly Polemic by Isidor Schneider, pp. 25-26 - 1 Review
                1. Trotskyism: Counter-Revolution in Disguise by Moissaye J. Olgin
              10. [+]
                Not All of Briffault by Granville Hicks, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Europa: The Days of Ignorance by Robert Briffault
              11. [+]
                A Connecticut Valley by James T. Farrell, p. 28 - 1 Review
                1. The Valley by Nathan Asch
              12. [+]
                "Peasants"---A Soviet Triumph by Robert Forsythe, p. 29 - 1 Review
                1. The Peasants (1935 Film) by Fridrikh Ermler
              13. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            12. [+]
              September 17, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. A Breathing Spellbinder, p. 6
              3. Debate in Geneva, pp. 7-8
              4. Who Murdered the Vets? by Ernest Hemingway, p. 9
              5. Southern Holiday by Frank Mlakar, pp. 10-11
              6. Consumers' Research on Strike by Arthur Kallet, p. 12
              7. The Not So-Timid Profession by Elizabeth Blake, pp. 13-15
              8. Vigilantes and Cops, p. 16
              9. The Cops Were on the Job by George Martin, p. 17
              10. Two Years of Drought, One of Rust by Michael Blankfort, pp. 18-19
              11. The Closing Session by Eugene Gordon, pp. 20-22
              12. Correspondence, p. 23
              13. [+]
                Another View of Briffault by Robert Forsythe, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Europa: The Days of Ignorance by Robert Briffault
              14. [+]
                A Source Book on Corruption by Alexander L. Crosby, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Freedom of the Press by George Seldes
              15. [+]
                "In the Genteel Tradition" by Bernard Smith, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Vein of Iron by Ellen Glasgow
              16. [+]
                No Crime and Plenty Punishment by Edwin Seaver, pp. 27-28 - 1 Review
                1. Prisoner of the OGPU by George Kitchin
              17. Peddling Will Rogers' Body by Ed Ray, p. 29
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            13. [+]
              September 24, 1935 Issue = 21 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-6
              2. Labor in Action Again, pp. 7-8
              3. The World Gone Mad by Robert Forsythe, pp. 9-10
              4. A Labor Party on the Way by Carl Reeve, pp. 11-12
              5. Letters from America by Albert Jackson, p. 13
              6. Law and Order in Kansas City by Lowell C. Chamberlain, p. 13
              7. Rain on Our Hands by Gladys La Flamme, pp. 14-15
              8. Last in Peace, Last in War by Loren Miller, pp. 16-17
              9. Sacramento: 1935 by Clement Greenberg, p. 18
              10. Americans in Mexico by J.P. Harrigan, p. 19
              11. Hard Coal Law by Isidor Schneider, pp. 20-21
              12. Correspondence, p. 22
              13. [+]
                On the Right We Have--- by A.B. Magil, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
                1. Forerunners of American Fascism by Raymond Gram Swing
                2. American Messiahs by John F. Carter
              14. [+]
                Emptying the Melting Pot by Harry Archer, pp. 24-25 - 1 Review
                1. Strange Passage by Theodore Irwin
              15. [+]
                Concealed Dynamite by Bernhard J. Stern, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Race Differences by Otto Klineberg
              16. [+]
                The School System Analyzed by Charles Wedger, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. The Social Ideas of American Educators by Merle Eugene Curti
              17. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 27 - 5 Reviews
                1. The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain by Valeriu Marcu
                2. An Anthology of World Prose by Carl Van Doren
                3. Leaders, Dreamers, and Rebels by Rene Fulop-Miller
                4. A History of Everyday Things in England, Vol. IV by Marjorie Quennell and C.H.B. Quennell
                5. Rise and Fight Again by Samuel Merwin
              18. The Theatre: A Labor Theatre for Brooklyn by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              19. [+]
                The Screen by Peter Ellis, p. 28 - 1 Review
                1. Anna Karenina (1935 Film) by Clarence Brown
              20. [+]
                Charlie Chaplin's Next Film by B. Shumiatski, p. 29 - 1 Review
                1. Modern Times (1936 Film) by Charles Chaplin
              21. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          4. [+]
            Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1935 = 14 Issues, 282 Articles
            1. [+]
              October 1, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. What Happens to "Unemployables", pp. 6-7
              3. How Good Is Hearst Stock? by Bruce Minton, pp. 8-10
              4. Farewell and a Promise to Barbusse by Josephine Herbst, p. 11
              5. Minneapolis Counts Its Victims by Meridel Le Sueur, pp. 12-14
              6. Mussolini's Press by James Carroll, pp. 15-16
              7. Art Section, pp. 17-32
              8. American Artists' Congress, p. 33
              9. Marching! Marching! by Clara Weatherwax, pp. 34-35
              10. Correspondence, pp. 36-37
              11. [+]
                Journalism in a New World by Isidor Schneider, p. 38 - 1 Review
                1. Portraits and Pamphlets by Karl Radek
              12. [+]
                Economists on the Way Out by Marian Rubins Davis, p. 39 - 3 Reviews
                1. Controlling Depressions by Paul H. Douglas
                2. Capitalism and Its Culture by Jerome Davis
                3. On Economic Planning by Mary L. Fledderus and Mary Van Kleeck
              13. [+]
                There Can Be Laughter by William Cunningham, p. 40 - 1 Review
                1. Russia Laughs by Mikhail Zoshchenko
              14. [+]
                Turmoil in the Middle Ground by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 41 - 2 Reviews
                1. Pittsburgh Memoranda by Haniel Long
                2. Ideas of Order by Wallace Stevens
              15. [+]
                Mr. Aiken at a Wake by Simon Wells, p. 42 - 1 Review
                1. King Coffin by Conrad Aiken
              16. In Defense of the Machine by Robert Forsythe, p. 43
              17. Hollywood as Strike Breaker by Ed Ray, p. 44
              18. [+]
                The Screen by Jay Gerlando, p. 45 - 1 Review
                1. The Thirty-Nine Steps (1935 Film) by Alfred Hitchcock
              19. The Theater by H.M., p. 45
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 46-48
            2. [+]
              October 8, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-6
              2. Mr. Gannett is Worried, pp. 7-8
              3. Stay Out of the Olympics! by William Cunningham, p. 9
              4. Close Up This House by Joseph Bridges, p. 10
              5. A Revolution in Cotton by Harold M. Ware, pp. 11-15
              6. Lessons by Saul Green, pp. 16-17
              7. Joe Louis Uncovers Dynamite by Richard Wright, p. 18
              8. Correspondence, p. 19
              9. The Artists Fight Hearst by Alfred H. Sinks, pp. 20-21
              10. [+]
                Sad Nonsense by Isidor Schneider, p. 22 - 2 Reviews
                1. Sense and Poetry by John Sparrow
                2. Transition by Eugene Jolas
              11. [+]
                More About Mexico by Charles Wedger, p. 23 - 3 Reviews
                1. Chaos in Mexico by Charles S. Macfarland
                2. Organized Labor in Mexico by Marjorie Ruth Clark
                3. Tempest Over Mexico by Rosa E. King
              12. [+]
                Lewis Carroll by Louis Zukofsky, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Russian Journal, and Other Selections by Lewis Carroll and John Francis McDermott
              13. [+]
                Texas Chain Gang and Finnish Prison by Norman MacLeod, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                1. A Fool of Faith by Jarl Hemmer
                2. Seventy Times Seven by Carl Christian Jensen
              14. [+]
                Science at the Crossroads by G. Gaard, pp. 25-27 - 3 Reviews
                1. Genetics and the Social Order by Mark Graubard
                2. Evolution in Science and Religion by Robert Andrews Millikan
                3. Our Aryan Ancestors by Fleming Howell
              15. Hearts of Gold, Heads of--- by Robert Forsythe, p. 28
              16. The Screen by H. MacMurrough, p. 29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            3. [+]
              October 15, 1935 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-6
              2. The Making of a Revolutionary, p. 7
              3. Earl Browder Reports, pp. 8-9
              4. A World War: Has It Begun? by Ilya Ehrenbourg, p. 10
              5.  ---  by John Strachey, p. 11
              6. Hot Cargo on the Coast by Amy Schechter, p. 12
              7. The Legion Convenes by Samuel Leslie, pp. 13-14
              8. Imitation of an Anti-Crime Drive by Sasha Small, pp. 15-16
              9. America 1918 by John Reed, pp. 17-19
              10. Enduring Bronze by Heywood Broun, pp. 20-21
              11. Correspondence, p. 22
              12. [+]
                Proletarian Literature by Robert Morss Lovett, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Proletarian Literature in the United States by Granville Hicks
              13. [+]
                Along the Oregon Trail by James Hennesey#2, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Honey in the Horn by Harold Lenoir Davis
              14. [+]
                An Achievement in Two Arts by Stephen Alexander, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. One of Us by Granville Hicks and Lynd Ward
              15. [+]
                Working-Class Unity---Bulwark Against Fascism by Isidor Schneider, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Report to the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International by George Dimitroff
              16. Music by Tony Clark, p. 27
              17. The Theater by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              18. Author Trouble at Warners' by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            4. [+]
              October 22, 1935 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-6
              2. Imperialism Not a Race War, p. 7
              3. Ten Mooney Cases!, pp. 8-9
              4. What Is Britain's Game? by John Strachey, p. 10
              5. Europe's Crisis: Japan Prepares by Hansu Chan, pp. 11-13
              6. Looking For Elmer by J.S.B., pp. 14-15
              7. Three Lynch Affidavits By Alabama Sharecroppers, pp. 16-17
              8. The A.F. of L. in Session by Bill Dunne, pp. 18-19
              9. Labor Trouble in Harlem by Loren Miller, p. 20
              10. "Number One Boy" by Alfred Hirsch, p. 20
              11. Cells by James King, p. 21
              12. Correspondence, p. 22
              13. Socialist Realism by Edwin Seaver, p. 23
              14. [+]
                Empire of Death by Harvey O'Connor, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Du Pont Dynasty by John K. Winkler
              15. [+]
                What Bosses Are Like by Edwin Berry Burgum, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Chance Has a Whip by Raymond Holden
              16. [+]
                Educating the Middle Class by Granville Hicks, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. The Coming Struggle for Power by John Strachey
              17. [+]
                Tiny and Graceful by Obed Brooks, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Playthings of Time by Arnold Zweig
              18. [+]
                Another Professor Joke by Simon Wells, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. Literature and Society by Albert Guerard
              19. The Theater by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              20. "The Reapers" by Joseph North, p. 28
              21. [+]
                The Screen by Richard Hammer, p. 29 - 1 Review
                1. Here Comes the Band (1935 Film) by Paul Sloane
              22. [+]
                Sell Entertainment Red Salute (1935 Film), by Sidney Lanfield by Peter Ellis, p. 30 - 1 Review
                1. Red Salute (1935 Film) by Sidney Lanfield
              23. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            5. [+]
              October 29, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The World This Week, p. 6
              3. The Gallup Verdict, pp. 7-8
              4. Capitalism Cannot Demoblize by John Strachey, p. 9
              5. Are Jews Communists? by James Waterman Wise, p. 10
              6. The Explosion in the A.F. of L. by Bill Dunne, p. 11
              7. Advertisement by Oscar Byrnes, pp. 12-13
              8. Canada Swings to the Left by Robert Bruce, pp. 14-15
              9. Pelzer: "Just Another of Those Damned Strike Towns" by Fielding Burke, pp. 16-18
              10. Correspondence, p. 19
              11. Shaw and Mussolini by Joseph Freeman, pp. 20-21
              12. [+]
                Sinclair Lewis---Anti-Fascist by Granville Hicks, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis
              13. [+]
                Let My People Go! by Loren Miller, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Black Reconstruction by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois
              14. [+]
                Two Escapes by Isidor Schneider, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                1. The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges by Claude Colleer Abbott and Gerard M. Hopkins
                2. The Early Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth by Ernest de Selincourt, William Wordsworth, and Dorothy Wordsworth, ...
              15. [+]
                Within Such Walls by Boris Israel, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. I Had Illusions by Beth McHenry
              16. Music: "Useful" Music by Henry Cowell, p. 26
              17. The Theater by Stanley Burnshaw, pp. 27-28
              18. The Wails of St. Mary's by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Current Art, p. 30
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            6. [+]
              November 5, 1935 Issue = 23 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, p. 5
              2. The Guild Girds for Battle, pp. 6-7
              3. Mr. Baldwin's Lull by John Strachey, p. 8
              4. Can Mussolini Win the War? by David Ramsey, pp. 9-11
              5. Marx in the Mountains by Eddy Gilmore, p. 12
              6. Our Olympics: Made in Germany by Bruce Minton, pp. 13-14
              7. Angelo Herndon is Back in Atlanta by Joseph North, p. 15
              8. Poem by Kenneth Patchen, p. 16
              9. Seeing Is Believing by Meta Berger, p. 17
              10. Harvard Swears by Merle Colby, p. 18
              11. Clemency---Sixty Years! by Sue Adams, pp. 19-20
              12. Ode to Walt Whitman by Michael Gold, p. 21
              13. Correspondence, p. 22
              14. I.M.P.---A Literary Casualty by Dale Curran, p. 23
              15. [+]
                A Yankee Tragedy by Granville Hicks, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Poor John Fitch: Inventor of the Steamboat by Thomas A. Boyd
              16. [+]
                Science---A Collective Enterprise by Harold Ward, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. The Voyage of the Chelyuskin by Members of the Expedition
              17. [+]
                Another Southern Novelist Falls in Line by E. Clay, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Deep, Dark River by Robert Rylee
              18. [+]
                An Artist Prescribes by Stephen Alexander, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Humanities by John Vassos and Ruth Vassos
              19. [+]
                Middle-Class American Tragedy by James T. Farrell, p. 27 - 1 Review
                1. They Shall Inherit the Earth by Morley Callaghan
              20. Post-Mortem Million by Leslie Reade, p. 28
              21. The Theater: Porgy and Bess and Mulatto by Loren Miller, p. 29
              22. [+]
                Current Films, p. 30 - 8 Reviews
                1. Rendezvous (1935 Film) by William K. Howard
                2. Transatlantic Tunnel (1935 Film) by Maurice Elvey
                3. The Last Days of Pompeii (1935 Film) by Ernest B. Schoedsack
                4. The Crusades (1935 Film) by Cecil B. DeMille
                5. Red Army Days (1935 Film) by Iosif Kheifits and Aleksandr Zarkhi
                6. Pepo (1935 Film) by Amo Bek-Nazaryan and Armen Gulakyan
                7. Barbary Coast (1935 Film) by Howard Hawks
                8. Wings Over Ethiopia (1935 Film)
              23. Betwen Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            7. [+]
              November 12, 1935 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Eighteen Years---Two Countries, pp. 6-7
              3. On the Conveyor Belt to Death by John Strachey, p. 8
              4. Chain Gang Governor by Joseph North, pp. 9-11
              5. Radio's Role as Red-Baiter by J.R. Atkins, pp. 12-14
              6. Where Smedley Butler Stands by Walter Wilson, pp. 15-17
              7. Tompkins Square Park at 6 A.M. by Matthew Schaeffer, p. 18
              8. The Outlook for the Labor Party by Carl Reeve, pp. 19-20
              9. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              10. [+]
                The Real South by Granville Hicks, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. A Sign for Cain by Grace Lumpkin
              11. [+]
                Pirandello Didn't Know Him by Jay Gerlando, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Mr. Aristotle by Ignazio Silone
              12. [+]
                Lindbergh's Classmate by Bruce Minton, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. Test Pilot by Jimmy Collins
              13. [+]
                Dream-World Art by Jacob Kainen, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. After Picasso by James Thrall Soby
              14. [+]
                A Marxist Looks at His Humanist Past by Samuel Putnam, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Marguerite of Navarre by Samuel Putnam
              15. [+]
                Wells Shapes the Future by Walter Ralston, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Things to Come by H.G. Wells
              16. The Theater by Mark Marvin, p. 27
              17. Art: From Nat Turner to the Moscow Subway by Hugo Gellert, p. 28
              18. "The New Gulliver" by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Current Art, p. 30
              20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            8. [+]
              November 19, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
              2. "Fats! Fats! Fats!" by John Strachey, p. 8
              3. Major Bowes' Radio Racket by Henry Cowell, p. 9
              4. Saturday Evening Liar by Bob Brown, pp. 10-12
              5. There Lived a Man in Our Town by Ruth Crawford, pp. 13-14
              6. The Womens' Battalion by Martin Russak, pp. 15-17
              7. Two Poems by Irving Bard, p. 18
              8. Browder and Roosevelt by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 19-21
              9. Correspondence, p. 22
              10. [+]
                Small Game Hunting by Granville Hicks, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Green Hills of Africa by Ernest Hemingway
              11. [+]
                A New World Seen Through One Man by Isidor Schneider, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. Stalin by Henri Barbusse
              12. [+]
                A Proprietarian Society by Walter Ralston, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Land of the Free by Herbert Agar
              13. [+]
                America's Biggest Business by Horace B. Davis, pp. 25-26 - 1 Review
                1. Steel: Dictator by Harvey O'Connor
              14. The Theater: Let Freedom Ring by James T. Farrell, pp. 27-28
              15. Art: Orozco's Lithographs by Stephen Alexander, p. 29
              16. "We Make Stars" by Jaspar Gall, p. 29
              17. Mary Burns, Fugitive by Peter Ellis, p. 30
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            9. [+]
              November 26, 1935 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. We "Free" the Filipinos, pp. 6-7
              3. Conspiracy in Brooklyn, p. 8
              4. The British Elections by John Strachey, p. 9
              5. March of the Cripples by Bob Brown, pp. 10-11
              6. U.S.S.R.: Land of Plenty by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 12-14
              7. John Reed and the World War by Granville Hicks, pp. 15-19
              8. Correspondence, p. 20
              9. [+]
                Escape or Suicide by Robert M. Coates, p. 21 - 1 Review
                1. The Street I Know by Harold E. Stearns
              10. [+]
                An Epic of Collectivization by Granville Hicks, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Seeds of Tomorrow by Mikhail Sholokhov
              11. [+]
                Farmers in Rebellion by Karl Pretshold, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. The Green Corn Rebellion by William Cunningham
              12. [+]
                The Bourgeois Revolution by Tony Clark, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
                1. Danton: Dictator of the French Revolution by Hermann Wendel
                2. The Angel of the Assassination by Joseph Shearing
              13. [+]
                Soviet Art by Russell T. Limbach, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Art in the U.S.S.R.
              14. In the "Let Freedom Ring" Country by William F. Dunne, pp. 26-27
              15. The Theater: Dead-End Social Order by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
              16. Art: In Search of Truth by Stephen Alexander, p. 29
              17. La Maternelle by Peter Ellis, p. 30
              18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            10. [+]
              December 3, 1935 Issue = 15 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. The Battle of the Loans by John Strachey, pp. 6-7
              3. Who is General Sherrill? by Henry Cooper and Walter Wilson, pp. 8-13
              4. Industrial Insurance, A Snare for Workers by Mort Gilbert and E.A. Gilbert, pp. 14-16
              5. John Reed and Teddy Roosevelt by Granville Hicks, pp. 17-21
              6. Correspondence, p. 22
              7. [+]
                Better than "Call Home the Heart" by Granville Hicks, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. A Stone Came Rolling by Fielding Burke
              8. [+]
                May It Please the Court by Loren Miller, p. 23 - 1 Review
                1. Historic Opinions of the United States Supreme Court by Ambrose Doskow
              9. [+]
                Capitalism's Ally by S.W. Gerson, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. I Break Strikes! by Edward Levinson
              10. [+]
                The Moral Equivalent by Isidor Schneider, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Men and Mountains: Man's Victory Over Nature by M. Ilin
              11. [+]
                Life Without Stint by Josephine Herbst, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. From the Kingdom of Necessity by Isidor Schneider
              12. The Theater by Stanley Burnshaw, pp. 27-28
              13. Boulevardier by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              14. Art: Kerr Eby by Stephen Alexander, p. 29
              15. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
            11. [+]
              December 10, 1935 Issue = 19 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Revolt in Brazil, p. 6
              3. The Thomas-Browder Debate, pp. 7-8
              4. Italy and Germany by John Strachey, p. 9
              5. The Nazis' Olympic Chief Talks by John L. Spivak, pp. 10-11
              6. Why Lewis Resigned by William F. Dunne, p. 12
              7. The Klan Turns to Murder by Bruce Minton, pp. 13-15
              8. Blank College Revisited by Joseph Bridges, pp. 16-17
              9. Battle of the Century by Emanuel Eisenberg, pp. 18-20
              10. Correspondence, p. 21
              11. [+]
                Caldwell Sees America by Albert Halper, p. 22 - 1 Review
                1. Some American People by Erskine Caldwell
              12. [+]
                Marxist Literary History by Isidor Schneider, pp. 23-24 - 1 Review
                1. The Great Tradition by Granville Hicks
              13. [+]
                Thought---Ruled or Ruling? by Ruth Lechlitner, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. Moods, Philosophical and Emotional, Cadenced and Declaimed by Theodore Dreiser
              14. [+]
                Hull House Reconsidered by E.H. Nielson, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Jane Addams: A Biography by James Weber Linn
                2. Jane Addams of Hull-House by Winifred E. Wise
              15. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. The Complete Works and Letters of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb
              16. The Dance by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 27
              17. Current Theater, p. 28
              18. "So Red the Rose" by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
              19. Between Ourselves, p. 30
            12. [+]
              December 17, 1935 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, p. 3
              2. Christmas, 1935 by Sinclair Lewis, pp. 3-4
              3. "Hail ye Heroes, Heav'n Born Band" by Franklin P. Adams, pp. 5-6
              4. Blackmailing Ethiopia by John Strachey, p. 7
              5. La Madama Smiles by John L. Spivak, pp. 8-10
              6. The Guild Cracks Down by Marguerite Young, p. 11
              7. Fred Bass and the Norman Case by Bruce Minton, pp. 12-14
              8. United Front Opens Herndon's Jail by Joseph North, p. 15
              9. Chroal Ballade by Emanuel Eisenberg, pp. 16-17
              10. Bill Smith's Clinic by Bill Smith, pp. 18-19
              11. "Shirley Temple, You Traitor!" by Arthur Kober, p. 20
              12. School Days by Arthur Beecher, p. 21
              13. The Green, White and Blue by George S. Kaufman, p. 22
              14. The German Girls! The German Girls! by Archibald MacLeish, pp. 23-25
              15. John O'Hara's Dilemma by John O'Hara, p. 26
              16. Passion and Prices in Nazi Land by J. Dickty, p. 27
              17. Clerical Crape by W.E. Farbstein, p. 27
              18. Red Nettles by Harry Thornton Moore, p. 28
              19. War Fever by Lawrence Lipton, p. 29
              20. Wall Street's Prayer to Father Coughlin by Albert Raffi, pp. 30-31
              21. "Thunder Over Alma Mater" by S.J. Perelman, p. 32
              22. John Reed in Czarist Russia by Granville Hicks, pp. 33-37
              23. Correspondence, p. 38
              24. A New Magazine by Alan Calmer, p. 39
              25. The Dilemma of the Middle Class by David Ramsey, pp. 40-41
              26. The Eye and the Mind by Lynd Ward, p. 42
              27. The Theater by Bruce Minton, p. 43
              28. Theater: A Spoonful of History by James T. Farrell, p. 44
              29. Why I Am Not a Fascist by Robert Forsythe, p. 45
              30. Two Dostoyevskis by Peter Ellis, p. 46
              31. Between Ourselves, pp. 46-48
            13. [+]
              December 24, 1935 Issue = 17 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
              2. Tokio the Insatiable, pp. 6-7
              3. The Split in Britain by John Strachey, p. 8
              4. The U.S. Army Gets Its Orders by George Seldes, pp. 9-10
              5. Il Duce's Labor Racket by John L. Spivak, pp. 11-13
              6. The People Demand by Meridel Le Sueur, pp. 14-15
              7. One of Us by Leane Zugsmith, p. 16
              8. What Do You See by Frank Rudnick, p. 17
              9. Along Came Stakhanov by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 18-20
              10. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
              11. Which Books for Your Children? by Jean Simon, pp. 23-24
              12. [+]
                Facts Is Facts by Walter Ralston, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. The Twenties by Mark Sullivan
              13. [+]
                Two Jeffersonian Poets by Granville Hicks, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Vachel Lindsay by Edgar Lee Masters
              14. [+]
                Justice---For Millionaires by George Abrams, p. 26 - 4 Reviews
                1. Hell in Georgia by Sasha Small
                2. A Dangerous Woman by Sprad
                3. Ten Years of Labor Defense by Sasha Small
                4. They Gave Their Freedom! by Rose Baron
              15. Art: Chicago's Art Show by Wallace S. Baldinger, p. 27
              16. The Theater: "Paradise Lost" by Robert Forsythe, pp. 28-29
              17. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-38
            14. [+]
              December 31, 1935 Issue = 22 Articles
              1. Editorial Comment, p. 5
              2. What Kind of Recovery?, pp. 6-7
              3. What the Victory Means by John Strachey, p. 8
              4. The Assumption of Song by Norman Macleod, p. 8
              5. The Underground Speaks by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-11
              6. The Storm by David Greenhood, p. 12
              7. Vermont People's Front, 1776-1936 by Jack Wilgus, p. 13
              8. How "Under Fire" Was Published by Simone Tery, p. 14
              9. I Met a Man by Irving Fineman, p. 14
              10. Macaroni for Africa by Grace Flandrau, p. 15
              11. Perspective by H.H. Lewis, p. 16
              12. Rain in Virginia by Lester G. Cohen, p. 17
              13. John Reed and The Old Masses by Granville Hicks, pp. 18-21
              14. Correspondence, p. 22
              15. [+]
                Eliot, Auden, Isherwood, Cummings by Rolfe Humphries, p. 23 - 3 Reviews
                1. Murder in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot
                2. The Dog Beneath the Skin by W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood
                3. Tom by E.E. Cummings
              16. [+]
                The Chinese Revolution by Isidor Schneider, p. 24 - 1 Review
                1. China's Millions by Anna Louise Strong
              17. [+]
                Prerequisites of Growth by Edward Newhouse, p. 25 - 1 Review
                1. At Madame Bonnard's by Joseph Vogel
              18. [+]
                Sweet Impartiality by Emanuel Eisenberg, p. 26 - 1 Review
                1. Prophets and Poets by Andre Maurois
              19. [+]
                Brief Review, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
                1. Who Are the Aryans? by Margaret Schlauch
                2. Fig Tree John by Edwin Corle
              20. The Theater by Eva Goldbeck, pp. 27-28
              21. Why I Created "Air City" by Alexander Dovjenko, p. 29
              22. Between Ourselves, p. 30
        2. [+]
          Issues of 1936 = 52 Issues, 1,159 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1937 = 53 Issues, 1,123 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1938 = 51 Issues, 1,045 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1939 = 31 Issues, 582 Articles
              2. [+]
                Issues of the 1940s = 9 Years, 387 Issues, 6,736 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1940 = 53 Issues, 938 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1941 = 48 Issues, 882 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1942 = 53 Issues, 906 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1943 = 52 Issues, 922 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1944 = 46 Issues, 813 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1945 = 29 Issues, 554 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1946 = 52 Issues, 925 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1947 = 52 Issues, 772 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1948 = 2 Issues, 24 Articles