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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 6 Years, 23 Issues, 372 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1944 = 4 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1944 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Comment, pp. 194-195
        2. News-Story-of-the-Year, pp. 196-198
        3. Behavior in Extreme Situations by Bruno Bettelheim, pp. 199-208
        4. The Homosexual in Society by Robert Duncan, pp. 209-210
        5. Mr. Moscowitz Comes to St. Perkingrad by "Blanqui", p. 211
        6. Negroism: Strange Fruit of Segregation by Wilfred H. Kerr, pp. 212-216
        7. On Highbrow Writing by Maurice Zolotow, pp. 217-218
        8. On Lowbrow Thinking by Dwight Macdonald, p. 219
        9. [+]
          Labor and Management in the Soviet Union by Abba P. Lerner, pp. 220-221 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Structure of Soviet Wages by Abram Bergson
          2. Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture by Gregory Bienstock, Solomon M. Schwarz, and Aaron Yugow, ...
        10. Commonwealth, London Writes to Michigan by Richard Acland, p. 222
        11. Labor Action at the Shop Level by Frank Marquart, p. 223
        12. Contributors, p. 224
      2. [+]
        July 1944 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Comment, pp. 161-166
        2. The Brewster Shut-Down by Gabriel J. DeAngelis, pp. 167-168
        3. Under the Lid by Werner Bloch and Louis Clair, p. 169
        4. The War of Tyrants by Niccolo Tucci, pp. 170-171
        5. Green Ashes by David T. Bazelon, pp. 172-176
        6. The Political Relevance of Conscientious Objection by Don Calhoun, pp. 177-178
        7. By Way of Rejoinder by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 179-180
        8. [+]
          Review An American Dilemma, by Gunnar Myrdal, Richard... by George S. Schuyler, p. 181 - 1 Review
          1. An American Dilemma by Gunnar Myrdal, Richard Sterner, and Arnold Rose
        9. [+]
          2 Reviews George Fitzhugh: Propagandist of the Old South... by Kenneth M. Stampp, p. 182 - 2 Reviews
          1. George Fitzhugh: Propagandist of the Old South by Harvey Wish
          2. Henry W. Grady: Spokesman of the New South by Raymond B. Nixon
        10. A Note on the Repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act by Laura Wood, p. 183
        11. How "Practical" is a Racially Segregated Army? by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 184-185
        12. [+]
          Review A Guide for the Bedevilled, by Ben Hecht by Joe Gould, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. A Guide for the Bedevilled by Ben Hecht
        13. [+]
          Review Mobilizing for Abundance, by Robert R. Nathan by Walter J. Oakes, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. Mobilizing for Abundance by Robert R. Nathan
        14. [+]
          Review The Republic, by Charles A. Beard by George Douglas, pp. 186-187 - 1 Review
          1. The Republic by Charles A. Beard
        15. [+]
          Review Production, Jobs and Taxes, by Harold M. Groves by D.M., p. 188 - 1 Review
          1. Production, Jobs and Taxes by Harold M. Groves
        16. [+]
          Review A Short History of Russia, by Benedict H. Sumner by Louis Clair, p. 188 - 1 Review
          1. A Short History of Russia by Benedict H. Sumner
        17. The Intelligence Office, pp. 189-191
        18. Contributors, p. 192
      3. [+]
        October 1944 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Warsaw, pp. 257-259
        2. Comment, pp. 260-264
        3. The Tyranny of the Clock by George Woodcock, pp. 265-266
        4. American Technology---Myth vs. Reality by John J. Brown, pp. 267-270
        5. Class, Status, Party by Max Weber, pp. 271-277
        6. Thomas for President? by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 278-281
        7. War as an Institution (2) by Bernard Lemann, pp. 282-284
        8. Free and Equal, p. 285
        9. The Intelligence Office, pp. 286-288
      4. [+]
        November 1944 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. "Dual Power" in France, pp. 290-293
        2. Comment, pp. 294-298
        3. Reconversion---to What? by Walter J. Oakes, pp. 299-303
        4. Commonnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, pp. 304-305
        5. Behind the Philadelphia "Hate" Strike by Nat Glazer and Frederick Hoffman, pp. 306-307
        6. European Newsreel by Louis Clair, pp. 308-309
        7. [+]
          The Ethics of the Detective Story by George Orwell, pp. 310-314 - 4 Reviews
          1. Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman by E.W. Hornung
          2. A Thief in the Night by E.W. Hornung
          3. Mr. Justice Raffles by E.W. Hornung
          4. No Orchids for Miss Blandish by James Hadley Chase
        8. Uncle P.M. by Robert Paul Smith, p. 315
        9. The American Scene, p. 316
        10. Contributors, p. 316
        11. The Intelligence Office, pp. 317-320
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1945 = 6 Issues, 92 Articles
      1. [+]
        April 1945 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. "Why Am I Fighting?", pp. 97-101
        2. Comment, pp. 102-104
        3. Detroit Letter: the Briggs Strike by Frank Marquart, pp. 105-106
        4. The Danger Was Within (2): Kronstadt by Victor Serge, pp. 107-111
        5. Notes for a Political Dictionary by Niccolo Tucci, p. 112
        6. Popular Culture by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 112-115
        7. Ours to Reason Why by Francy Calhoun, p. 116
        8. [+]
          Review The Private Life of the Master Race, by Bertol... by Dachine Rainer, p. 117 - 1 Review
          1. The Private Life of the Master Race by Bertolt Brecht
        9. [+]
          Review Conscience and the State, by Julien D. Cornell, p. 118 - 1 Review
          1. Conscience and the State by Julien D. Cornell
        10. [+]
          Review Racial State, by Gerhard Jacoby, p. 118 - 1 Review
          1. Racial State by Gerhard Jacoby
        11. "Max Weber's Politics"---a Rejoinder by H.H. Gerth, p. 119
        12. Greece (2), pp. 120-122
        13. For a "Third Camp" Position on Greece by Samson Horn, pp. 123-124
        14. The Intelligence Office, pp. 125-127
        15. Contributors, p. 128
      2. [+]
        June 1945 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. A Japanese Badoglio? by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 161-163
        2. The Ford by Paul Goodman, p. 164
        3. Construction & Conscientious Objection by Frank Triest, p. 165
        4. 2. The Slow-Down at Germfask by E. John Lewis, p. 166
        5. 3. An Open Letter to CPS Men by Roy C. Kepler, pp. 167-168
        6. The Liberation of China by Maurice Goldbloom, p. 169
        7. Germany 1945 by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 170-171
        8. 2. Some Letters from Soldier-Readers , p. 172
        9. 3. Buchenwald Before the War by Jan Levcik, p. 173
        10. European Newsreel by Louis Clair, pp. 174-175
        11. The Danger Was Within (3): Vignettes of NEP by Victor Serge, pp. 176-179
        12. Modern Texts by John Marshall Harlan, pp. 180-181
        13. A Note on Soviet Education by Virgil J. Vogel, pp. 182-184
        14. Political Persecution in England by George Woodcock, p. 185
        15. [+]
          Review Politics and Morals, by Benedetto Croce by M.G. White, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. Politics and Morals by Benedetto Croce
        16. [+]
          Review The Sinews of Peace, by Herbert Feis by Lila Roth, p. 187 - 1 Review
          1. The Sinews of Peace by Herbert Feis
        17. The Intelligence Office, pp. 187-189
        18. Comment, pp. 190-192
      3. [+]
        July 1945 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Cover Design by XXX, p. 193
        2. Commonnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, pp. 194-195
        3. The United Nations Non-Charter by Terence Donaghue, p. 196
        4. The Political Meaning of Some Recent Revisions of Freud by Paul Goodman, pp. 197-202
        5. The Responsibility of Peoples---Further Discussions, pp. 203-204
        6. 2. Human All Too Human? , p. 205
        7. 3. Moral vs. Political Responsibility , pp. 206-208
        8. My Friends by William Worthy, Jr., p. 209
        9. [+]
          Review Black Boy, by Richard A. Wright by W.H. Kerr, p. 210 - 1 Review
          1. Black Boy by Richard A. Wright
        10. Memo on Disney Films for South America, pp. 211-212
        11. Modesty Is a Luxury, p. 213
        12. [+]
          The Japanese People: Three Basic Books by Harold Orlansky, pp. 213-214 - 1 Review
          1. Suye Mura: A Japanese Village by John F. Embree
        13. [+]
          Review Year of the Wild Boar, by Helen Mears by Ethel Libson, p. 215 - 1 Review
          1. Year of the Wild Boar by Helen Mears
        14. [+]
          Review Japan: A Short Cultural History, by George B. ... by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 216-217 - 1 Review
          1. Japan: A Short Cultural History by George B. Sansom
        15. Revolution, Ltd. by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 218-220
        16. The Intelligence Office, pp. 221-224
      4. [+]
        October 1945 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. War as an institution (6) by Ed Seldon, pp. 290-292
        2. Commonnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, p. 293
        3. The Soldier Reports, pp. 294-295
        4. Conscientious Objection in England by George Woodcock, p. 296
        5. Ancestors (1): Proudhon by J. Hampden Jackson, pp. 297-298
        6. General Idea of the Revolution in the 19th Century (excerpts) by P.J. Proudhon, pp. 299-303
        7. 500 Red Army Men, pp. 304-305
        8. Are Hospitals Made for People or Vice Versa by Nancy Macdonald, pp. 306-307
        9. Yaltarian Culture by Jack Jones, p. 308
        10. Memo to Mr. Luce by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 309-310
        11. [+]
          Review The Dynamics of Culture Change, by Bronislaw M... by Helen Constas, p. 311 - 1 Review
          1. The Dynamics of Culture Change by Bronislaw Malinowski and Phyllis Kaberry
        12. [+]
          Review The Problem Teacher, by Alexander S. Neill by Vera Fulton, p. 312 - 1 Review
          1. The Problem Teacher by Alexander S. Neill
        13. Contributors, p. 313
        14. The Barricade and the Bedroom by C. Wright Mills and Patricia J. Salter, pp. 313-314
        15. Reply by Paul Goodman, pp. 315-316
        16. The Intelligence Office, pp. 317-319
        17. Government Of, By and For by C.J. Stevens, p. 320
      5. [+]
        November 1945 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Iliad, or the Poem of Force by Simone Weil, pp. 321-330
        2. Labor Imperialism---2 Reports from Britain by Ricardo, p. 331
        3. (2) The Dock Strike by Martin Hasseck, p. 332
        4. The Friend of the Jews by Niccolo Tucci, p. 333
        5. The National Scene by Walter J. Oakes, pp. 333-334
        6. The Automatization of European People by European, pp. 335-337
        7. Terror in the Air: A Critique of Anglo-American Bombing Policy by Gallicus, pp. 338-341
        8. Individual Responsibility---Some Recent C.O. Actions, pp. 342-343
        9. [+]
          Review The Psychological Frontiers of Society, by Abr... by Nathan Glazer, p. 344 - 1 Review
          1. The Psychological Frontiers of Society by Abram Kardiner, Ralph Linton, Cora Du Bois, and James West, ...
        10. [+]
          Review The Jehovah's Witnesses, by Herbert Hewitt Stroup by Jacob H. Jaffe, p. 345 - 1 Review
          1. The Jehovah's Witnesses by Herbert Hewitt Stroup
        11. Battle Cry by Milton B. Babbitt, p. 346
        12. The Resistance Poetry of Aragon and Eluard by Ed Seldon, pp. 347-348
        13. The Intelligence Office, p. 349
        14. Comment, p. 349
        15. Contributors, pp. 349-352
      6. [+]
        December 1945 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. America's Christmas Gift to Europe: Starvation by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 353-363
        2. Letter to a Judge by Arthur Wiser, pp. 364-365
        3. The Decline of the French Communists by Gelo and Andrea, pp. 366-367
        4. War Trials and German Re-Education by Bruno Bettelheim, p. 368
        5. Personalism against Totalitarianism by Will Herberg, pp. 369-373
        6. Towards a Socialist Program by European, pp. 374-375
        7. Revolution, Sociolatry and War by Paul Goodman, pp. 376-379
        8. Periodicals, p. 380
        9. The Intelligence Office, p. 381
        10. Contributors, p. 382
        11. Report on Food Packages, pp. 383-384
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1946 = 6 Issues, 100 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1946 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Story of John Mann by Ben Ray Redman, pp. 1-3
        2. The Last Days of Berlin---Two Letters from Survivors, pp. 4-7
        3. Morality at Nurnberg by Georg Mann, p. 8
        4. A Note on Soviet Place-Names by Bertram D. Wolfe, p. 8
        5. The New Five-Hours War by Melrick T. Landen, p. 9
        6. A Critique of Marxian Ideology by Helen Constas, pp. 10-14
        7. Toward a Personalist Socialist Philosophy by Albert Votaw, pp. 15-16
        8. Non-Violence and Revolution by Don Calhoun, pp. 17-19
        9. Notes on Contributors, p. 20
        10. A Note on Direction Action by James Peck, pp. 21-22
        11. The Soldier Reports, pp. 23-24
        12. Commonnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, p. 25
        13. Proudhon---an Uncomfortable Thinker by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 26-28
        14. Politicking, pp. 29-30
        15. The Intelligence Office, pp. 31-32
      2. [+]
        April 1946 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. New Roads (4) by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 97-115
        2. Why the Resistance Failed---an Outline by Louis Clair, pp. 116-117
        3. The Non-Violent Revolutionists by Don Calhoun, p. 118
        4. Labor Leads by Burton Bendiner, pp. 119-120
        5. Dedication Day by James Agee, pp. 121-124
        6. French Letter by Gelo and Andrea, pp. 125-126
        7. Ancestors (2): De Tocqueville by Sebastian Franck, p. 127
        8. Is a Revolutionary War a Contradiction in Terms? by European, pp. 128-129
        9. Contributors, p. 130
        10. New Roads: Discussion by A. Dubitsky and Helen Constas, pp. 131-133
        11. [+]
          Review The Leveller Tracts, 1647-1653, by William Hal... by Virgil J. Vogel, p. 134 - 1 Review
          1. The Leveller Tracts, 1647-1653 by William Haller and Godfrey Davies
        12. The Intelligence Office, pp. 134-135
        13. Packages Abroad: Current Information, p. 136
      3. [+]
        May 1946 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Whither "Politics"?, pp. 138-141
        2. The Communists and the National Question by A.B.C., pp. 142-143
        3. Invitation to Violence by Morroe Berger, p. 144
        4. The Independent Woman by Ethel Goldwater, pp. 145-148
        5. Man---Piltdown to Fermi by A. Dwight Culler, pp. 149-150
        6. A Non-Dogmatic Approach to Marxism by Karl Korsch, pp. 151-153
        7. London Letter by George Woodcock, pp. 154-155
        8. Germany 1946, Some Impressions by Julian Ash, pp. 156-157
        9. The Department of Antiagriculture, pp. 158-160
        10. Ancestors (3): Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy, pp. 161-163
        11. "Stop and Think" by Leo Tolstoy, pp. 164-166
        12. Popular Culture by George Barbarow, p. 167
        13. New Roads: Discussion by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 168-169
        14.  ---  by James T. Farrell, p. 170
        15. Fourth Report on Packages Abroad by D.M., pp. 171-173
        16. The Intelligence Office, pp. 174-175
        17. Politicking, p. 176
      4. [+]
        August 1946 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Story of Cyprus by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 217-224
        2. The Diary of the Indoctrination Commentor by Edward Harnett, p. 225
        3. English Letter by Martin Hasseck, pp. 226-227
        4. Why European Socialists Look to America by Lucien Laurat, p. 228
        5. The Streetcar is Man by Niccolo Tucci, p. 229
        6. Labor's Managerial Ambitions by Burton Bendiner, p. 230
        7. The English Community Movement by George Woodcock, pp. 231-233
        8. A Talk with Lenin in Stalin's Prison by Anton Ciliga, pp. 234-240
        9. What Is Roosevelt College? by Helmut Hirsch, p. 241
        10. Popular Culture by Dorothy McKenzie, pp. 242-244
        11. Atomic Bombs Union-Made---Some Letters with Comment, pp. 245-246
        12. Periodicals by Theodore Dryden, pp. 247-248
        13. "New Roads" by Milton Subotsky, pp. 249-250
        14.  ---  by Frank Marquart, p. 251
        15.  ---  by Dwight Macdonald, p. 252
        16.  ---  by Damon Knight, p. 253
        17. The Intelligence Office, pp. 254-255
        18. Contributors, p. 256
      5. [+]
        September 1946 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. A Legend of UNO by Alex Comfort, pp. 257-259
        2. Ancestors (4) by George Woodcock, pp. 260-261
        3. "Enquiry Concerning Political Justice," Extracts by William Godwin, pp. 262-266
        4. Letters to a Friend by Niccolo Tucci, p. 267
        5. "Catastrophic Gradualism" by George Orwell, pp. 268-269
        6. The Failure of the Workingclass by Anton Pannekoek, pp. 270-271
        7. Resistance in CPS by Albert Votaw, pp. 272-273
        8. Periodicals by Theodore Dryden, pp. 274-275
        9. "The Independent Woman": Discussion by Helen Heick, p. 276
        10.  ---  by Ruth Corkrey West, p. 276
        11.  ---  by Marshall McLuhan, pp. 277-278
        12.  ---  by Ethel Goldwater, pp. 279-280
        13. Science, Politics and the Absolute by Don Calhoun, pp. 281-284
        14. Reply by Dwight Macdonald, p. 285
        15. [+]
          Popular Culture by George Barbarow, p. 286 - 1 Review
          1. Henry V (1946 Film) by Laurence Olivier
        16. [+]
          Review Hitler's Professors, by Max Weinreich by Adam Margoshes, p. 287 - 1 Review
          1. Hitler's Professors by Max Weinreich
        17. [+]
          Review Alexander Hamilton, by Nathan Schachner by Broadus Mitchell, p. 288 - 1 Review
          1. Alexander Hamilton by Nathan Schachner
        18. Free & Equal by Charles Lord, p. 289
        19. The Intelligence Office, pp. 290-293
        20. Fifth Report on Packages Abroad, pp. 294-295
        21. Contributors, p. 296
      6. [+]
        November 1946 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Anti-Capitalist "Revolution" in France by Gelo and Andrea, pp. 141-245
        2. Commonnnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, pp. 246-337
        3. Comment, pp. 338-344
        4. Conscientious Objection is Bankrupt by Don Elton Smith, pp. 345-346
        5. Maiden Flight by Ralph Manheim, pp. 347-349
        6. Picketing and the Law by William Petersen, pp. 350-352
        7. Popular Culture by European, pp. 353-355
        8. [+]
          Eisenstein's "Ivan" by D.M., p. 356 - 1 Review
          1. Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1946 Film) by Sergei M. Eisenstein
        9. Free and Equal, p. 357
        10. Scientific Method & Political Action by James Blish, p. 358
        11. New Roads: Discussion by Marshall Hodgson, pp. 359-360
        12. [+]
          Review Art and Social Nature, by Paul Goodman by D.M., p. 361 - 1 Review
          1. Art and Social Nature by Paul Goodman
        13. Sixth Report on Packages, pp. 362-363
        14. The Intelligence Office, pp. 364-366
        15. Politicking, pp. 367-368
        16. Cover design by Constantine Nivola
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1947 = 3 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1947 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Henry Wallace by Dwight Macdonald, p. 33
        2. 1. The Wallace Myth , pp. 34-36
        3. 2. The Iowan Background (1888-1932) , p. 37
        4. 3. The Secretary of Agriculture (1933-1940) , p. 38
        5. The Mind of Henry Wallace: Close-Up No. 1 , pp. 39-42
        6. The Mind of Henry Wallace: Close-Up No. 2 , p. 43
        7. [+]
          The Books of Wilhelm Reich by Ethel Goldwater, pp. 44-47 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Function of the Orgasm by Wilhelm Reich
          2. Character-Analysis by Wilhelm Reich
          3. The Sexual Revolution by Wilhelm Reich
          4. The Mass Psychology of Fascism by Wilhelm Reich
        8. [+]
          Bolshevism and Stalinism by Paul Mattick, pp. 48-51 - 1 Review
          1. Stalin by Leon Trotsky and Charles Malamuth
        9. London Letter by George Woodcock, pp. 52-53
        10. Why Destroy Draft Cards? by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 54-55
        11. The Animoid Idea by Norman Matson, pp. 56-58
        12. The Social Format by Paul Goodman, p. 59
        13. [+]
          B.Y.O.O.L. by George Barbarow, p. 60 - 1 Review
          1. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946 Film) by William Wyler
        14. [+]
          Words, Words, Words by George Barbarow, p. 61 - 1 Review
          1. Open City (1945 Film) by Roberto Rossellini
        15. [+]
          The Malraux Film by George Barbarow, p. 62 - 1 Review
          1. Man's Hope (1945 Film) by Andre Malraux and Boris Peskine
        16. Periodicals by Theodore Dryden, p. 63
        17. [+]
          Review Pearl Harbor, by George Morgenstern by Helen Mears, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. Pearl Harbor by George Morgenstern
        18. [+]
          Review Thieves in the Night, by Arthur Koestler by Joseph Weizenbaum, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. Thieves in the Night by Arthur Koestler
        19. [+]
          Review Thieves in the Night, by Arthur Koestler by Helen Constas, p. 65 - 1 Review
          1. Thieves in the Night by Arthur Koestler
        20. [+]
          Man Is the Root by William Isaacs and Jules Kolodny, pp. 66-67 - 1 Review
          1. The Root Is Man by Dwight Macdonald
        21. What Was Behind the Coal Strike---Ham Acting or Ham?, pp. 68-73
        22. [+]
          Mario and the Hypnoanalyst, pp. 74-75 - 1 Review
          1. Hypnoanalysis by Lewis R. Wolberg
        23. The Intelligence Office, pp. 76-80
      2. [+]
        May 1947 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. They Need Our Help by Nancy Macdonald, pp. 81-84
        2. Notes on the Truman Doctrine, pp. 85-87
        3. Remarks on Justice by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 88-92
        4. Tomorrow's War and the Scientists by Georg Mann, pp. 93-95
        5. Henry Wallace (2) by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 96-116
        6. Hash-House by Wallace Hamilton, p. 117
        7. Rome Letter by Nicola Chiaromonte, p. 118
        8. Dutch Letter by George Woodcock, pp. 119-120
        9. [+]
          Films by George Barbarow, p. 121 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1946 Film) by Sergei M. Eisenstein
          2. Monsieur Verdoux (1947 Film) by Charles Chaplin
        10. The Questionnaire, pp. 122-123
        11. Periodicals by Theodore Dryden, p. 124
        12. A Communication by Gelo and Andrea, p. 125
        13. The Intelligence Office, p. 126
        14. Politicking, pp. 127-128
      3. [+]
        July 1947 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The French Condition by European, pp. 130-133
        2. Eye for Eye by Simone de Beauvoir, pp. 134-140
        3. Neither Victims Nor Executioners by Albert Camus, pp. 141-146
        4. On Hiroshima by Georges Bataille, pp. 147-150
        5. The Days of Our Death by David Rousset, pp. 151-156
        6. The Dotkins-Hessel-Pool Affair, pp. 157-158
        7. The Petiot Case by Albert Palle, pp. 159-160
        8. Materialism and Revolution by Jean-Paul Sartre, pp. 161-172
        9. Marxism and Philosophy by Maurice Merleau-Ponty, pp. 173-176
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1948 = 3 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1948 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. In Distrust of Merits by Marianne Moore, p. 74
        2. USA v. USSR by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 75-77
        3. 2. The Background by Anonymous, pp. 78-81
        4. 3. USSR Today---Documents, pp. 82-90
        5. 4. Soviet Panslavism by Walter Kolarz, pp. 91-94
        6. 5. Empire or Free Union? by Walter Padley, pp. 95-99
        7. 6. The Varga Episode by Louis Clair and Sebastian Franck, pp. 100-101
        8. 7. The Music Purge by Nicolas Nabokov, pp. 102-105
        9. 8. Origins of Soviet Literature by Vladimir Weidle, pp. 106-108
        10. 9. Bureaucratic Culture by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 109-113
        11. USSR: A Layman's Reading List by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 114-119
        12. Notes on Mass Culture by Irving Howe, pp. 120-122
        13. [+]
          After Seven Years by D.M., pp. 123-124 - 1 Review
          1. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men by James Agee and Walker Evans
        14. [+]
          II. "Sociological Poetry" Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, by James Agee an... by Wright Mills, p. 125 - 1 Review
          1. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men by James Agee and Walker Evans
        15. [+]
          Review Epitaph on Nuremberg, by Montgomery Belgion by J.M. Lalley, p. 126 - 1 Review
          1. Epitaph on Nuremberg by Montgomery Belgion
        16. [+]
          Review Freud: On War, Sex and Neurosis, by Sander Kat... by Ethel Goldwater, p. 126 - 1 Review
          1. Freud: On War, Sex and Neurosis by Sander Katz and Sigmund Freud
        17. [+]
          Review Yearbook of the United Nations, 1946-7, by D.M., p. 127 - 1 Review
          1. Yearbook of the United Nations, 1946-7
        18. [+]
          2 Reviews New College Standard Dictionary, by Robert Bek-Gran, p. 127 - 2 Reviews
          1. New College Standard Dictionary
          2. The American College Dictionary by Clarence L. Barnhart
        19. On Memory and Childhood Amnesia by Ernest G. Schachtel, pp. 128-135
        20. Here and Now, pp. 136-141
        21. Letters, pp. 142-144
      2. [+]
        Summer 1948 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Pacficism and the USSR---A Discussion, pp. 146-149
        2. Battle of the Churches in Italy by Anton Ciliga, pp. 150-154
        3. The Socialist Labor Party by Nathan Dershowitz, pp. 155-158
        4. European Letter by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 159-161
        5. An American Death Camp by Harold Orlansky, pp. 162-167
        6. Can We Cure Mental Care? by Elsie Cronheimer, pp. 168-170
        7. Ancestors No. 6---Kurt Tucholsky, pp. 171-177
        8. The Wallace Campaign: An Autopsy by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 178-188
        9. Commonnonsense by Niccolo Tucci, p. 189
        10. Remarks on the Constitution of the Mongolian People's Republic by Theodore Dryden, pp. 189-190
        11. Mr. Sindlinger's Option on the Future by Harvey Swados, pp. 191-193
        12. AMG in Germany by Peter Blake, pp. 194-201
        13. The Case of the Dizzy Dean at Illinois University, p. 202
        14. On the Elections by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 203-205
        15. Report on Packages-to-Europe by Nancy Macdonald, pp. 206-208
      3. [+]
        Winter 1948 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Gandhi by Mary McCarthy, p. 1
        2.  ---  by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 2-3
        3.  ---  by James Agee, p. 4
        4.  ---  by Paul Goodman, p. 4
        5.  ---  by Niccolo Tucci, p. 5
        6.  ---  by Dwight Macdonald, p. 6
        7. Excerpts from "Harijan", pp. 7-11
        8. Memo to the Conquerors by Wolfgang Kohler, p. 12
        9. German Letter by Ingeborg Woodcock, pp. 13-15
        10. Exodus, 1947 by Bruno Bettelheim, pp. 16-18
        11. The F.B.I. by Clifton Bennett, pp. 19-24
        12. A Modest Proposal by Niccolo Tucci, pp. 25-26
        13. The Macedonia Community by David Newton, pp. 27-30
        14. French Letter: "Planned Chaos" by Gelo & Andrea, pp. 31-34
        15. Manifesto, pp. 35-36
        16. The Work of Jean Vigo by George Barbarow, pp. 37-38
        17. Fictions by Paul Goodman, p. 39
        18. Ancestors (5): Alexander Herzen, pp. 40-51
        19. [+]
          The Kinsey Report by Don Calhoun, pp. 52-55 - 1 Review
          1. Sexual Behavior in the Human Male by Alfred C. Kinsey, Wardell Baxter Pomeroy, and Clyde E. Martin, ...
        20. Small Talk by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 56-57
        21. Report to the Readers, p. 58
        22. The Fascinated Readers by Ruth Harper Mills, pp. 59-63
        23. Index to "Politics" 1944-1947, pp. 64-66
        24. By Subjects , pp. 67-68
        25. Letters, pp. 69-70
        26. "Packages Abroad" by Nancy Macdonald, pp. 71-72
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1949 = 1 Issue, 22 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1949 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. E.R.P.---A Critique of Production Economics by Martin French, pp. 3-10
        2. A Conjecture in American History, 1783-1815 by Paul Goodman, p. 11
        3. Comment by Richard Hofstadter, p. 12
        4.  ---  by Oscar Handlin, p. 13
        5. The Life & Thought of Simone Weil by Simone Petrement, pp. 13-18
        6. Transatlantic, pp. 19-27
        7. A First Step Toward Disarmament by Cuthbert Daniel and Arthur M. Squires, pp. 28-33
        8. Comment by Abba P. Lerner, p. 34
        9.  ---  by A.J. Muste, p. 34
        10.  ---  by Sidney Hook, pp. 35-36
        11. The Existence of Jews and Existentialism by Lionel Abel, pp. 37-39
        12. What Is a Jew? by Simone Weil, p. 40
        13. N.M.U. and U.A.W.: Two Kinds of Union Democracy by Daniel Rosenblatt, pp. 41-48
        14. Theatre Chronicle: Sartre and the McCoy by Mary McCarthy, pp. 49-50
        15. Is Vyshinsky a Traitor?, p. 51
        16. The Case for Pacififism by Alvin Schwartz, p. 52
        17. [+]
          Review I Learn from Children, by Caroline Pratt by Ethel Goldwater, p. 53 - 1 Review
          1. I Learn from Children by Caroline Pratt
        18. Review by Robert Bek-Gran, pp. 54-55
        19. Letters, p. 56
        20. Here & Now, pp. 57-58
        21. The Hutterite Communities in Paraguay by Eileen Taylor, p. 59
        22. The Uncommon People by Dwight Macdonald, pp. 60-64