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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1950s = 3 Years, 8 Issues, 105 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1957 = 1 Issue, 7 Articles
      1. [+]
        November 1957 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-4
        2. The Year 1917, pp. 5-10
        3. Forty Years of Soviet Legal Thinking, pp. 11-18
        4. Recent Developments in Economic Ideas, pp. 19-25
        5. Controls in Literature, pp. 26-31
        6. Discussing Western Philosophy, pp. 32-34
        7. Doctrinal Change, pp. 35-40
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1958 = 3 Issues, 42 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1958 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 3-9
        2. Dead Souls and Living Reputations by Gleb Struve, pp. 10-17
        3. Noddy and the Commissar by Helen Rapp, pp. 18-23
        4. Past and Present by Walter Z. Laqueur, pp. 24-26
        5. [+]
          Fantasy and Reality by Vera Alexandrova, pp. 27-30 - 1 Review
          1. Science Fiction of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
        6. [+]
          East and West by Z. ben Shlomo, pp. 31-36 - 2 Reviews
          1. Plutonia by V.A. Obruchev
          2. A Visitor From Outer Space by Alexander Belayev, Alexander Kazantsev, and Vladimir Savchenko, ...
        7. The Lopatkins at Work by George Gibian, pp. 37-41
        8. The Party Secretary in Fiction by Philip Cook, pp. 42-45
        9. Brief Interlude by Alfred Burmeister, pp. 46-50
        10. Dialectical Materialism and Natural Science by Gustav Wetter, pp. 51-59
        11. George Lukacs by Morris Watnick, pp. 60-65
        12. Ernst Kolman by Ernest Gellner, pp. 66-70
        13. Leszek Kolakowski by Leopold Labedz, pp. 71-82
      2. [+]
        April 1958 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 3-6
        2. The Party and the Intellectuals by Roderick MacFarquhar, pp. 7-9
        3. Philosophy in the New Regime by O. Briere, pp. 10-14
        4. Ou Contributors, p. 15
        5. The Soviet Model and Chinese Culture by J.P. McCarthy, pp. 16-21
        6. [+]
          The Literary Scene by Cyril Birch, pp. 22-26 - 1 Review
          1. The Dream of the Red Chamber by Tsao Hsueh-Chin
        7. The Rectification of Error by Theodore Hsi-en Chen, pp. 27-31
        8. History under Chairman Mao by J.R. Levenson, pp. 32-36
        9. Economics in China by E. Stuart Kirby, pp. 37-41
        10. Population policies in Russia and China by Leopold Labedz, pp. 42-50
        11. Georg Lukacs by Morris Watnick, pp. 51-56
        12. The Nationalities under Khrushchev by Walter Kolarz, pp. 57-64
        13. [+]
          Dr. Zhivago and the Soviet Intelligentsia by Max Hayward, pp. 65-69 - 1 Review
          1. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak
        14. Co-existence in the Soviet Theatre by John Washburn, pp. 70-73
        15. An Enduring Theme by Vera Alexandrova, pp. 74-78
        16. Document, pp. 79-82
      3. [+]
        July 1958 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Dialogue on the East, pp. 3-10
        2. The Silent Writers of Hungary by Vincent Savarius, pp. 11-16
        3. The Land to the Peasant by A.A. Rozental, pp. 17-22
        4. Bulgarian Writers and their Mentors by L. Brisby, pp. 23-28
        5. Cartoons by Karel Brusak, pp. 29-34
        6. Clio in Bucharest by Daniel Norman, pp. 35-41
        7. The Polish Literary Scene by M.L. Danilewicz, pp. 42-46
        8. Ulbricht and the Intellectuals by Heinz Kersten, pp. 47-52
        9. Socialist Legality by Ivo Lapenna, pp. 53-60
        10. Georg Lukacs by Morris Watnick, pp. 61-68
        11. Leonid Leonov by Ronald Hingley, pp. 69-74
        12. Evgeny Evtushenko by Michael Futrell, pp. 75-79
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 80-82
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1959 = 4 Issues, 56 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1959 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. 1959: The Literary Landscape, pp. 2-14
        2. The Brothers Yershov by George Katkov, pp. 15-19
        3. Recipe for Writers by Maurice Friedberg, pp. 20-24
        4. The Soviet Concert Hall by Cecil Parrott, pp. 25-30
        5. Our Contributors, p. 31
        6. The Genesis of Socialist-Realist Painting by Camilla Gray, pp. 32-39
        7. Bert Brecht by Martin Esslin, pp. 40-48
        8. Anglo-Soviet Attitudes by Ronald Hingley, pp. 49-56
        9. Soviet Economy by Naum Jasny, pp. 57-62
        10. The Economics of Decentralisation by Peter Wiles, pp. 63-68
        11. Soviet Marxism by George Lichtheim, pp. 69-74
        12. Georg Lukacs: IV by Morris Watnick, pp. 75-81
        13. The Young Freund, pp. 82-94
      2. [+]
        April 1959 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Introductory Note, p. 2
        2. The Moslem Intelligentsia in the U.S.S.R. by A. Bennigsen, pp. 3-10
        3. East Wind West Wind by Sibnarayan Ray, pp. 11-17
        4. Our Contributors, p. 18
        5. Ho Chi Mihn and the Intellectuals by P.J. Honey, pp. 19-24
        6. Re-educating the Literati by Merle R. Goldman, pp. 25-29
        7. Occupational Therapy in China, pp. 30-36
        8. Soviet Views on Africa, pp. 37-45
        9. The Destinies of Sociology in Poland, pp. 46-55
        10. The Role of Ideology by Erich Goldhagen, pp. 56-63
        11. Freud and Pavlov by Emanuel Miller, pp. 64-65
        12. Khrushchev's Educational Reforms by S.V. Utechin, pp. 66-72
        13. Die Macht im Vordergrund by Peter Wiles, pp. 73-82
      3. [+]
        July 1959 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Socialist Realism, pp. 2-13
        2. The Soviet Writers Congress by Ronald Hingley, pp. 14-18
        3. A Soviet View of Existentialism, pp. 19-28
        4. Freud and Pavlov, pp. 29-37
        5. Soviet Science by John Turkevich, pp. 38-43
        6. Philosophy and Natural Science, pp. 44-53
        7. Judicial Practice and Legal Reform by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 54-60
        8. Decentralisation and Social Change by Derek Scott, pp. 61-66
        9. [+]
          The Soviet Cinema by Z. ben Shlomo, pp. 67-71 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1946 Film) by Sergei M. Eisenstein
          2. Ivan the Terrible, Part II (1958 Film) by Sergei M. Eisenstein
        10. Our Contributors, p. 72
        11. [+]
          The Polish Cinema by Z. Broncel, pp. 73-80 - 1 Review
          1. Kanal (1957 Film) by Andrzej Wajda
        12. The Prospects for Intellectuals by Edward Shils, pp. 81-89
        13. Intelligentsia and Revolution by Hugh Seton-Watson, pp. 90-96
        14. The Russian Radical Tradition by Victor Frank, pp. 97-102
        15. The New Soviet Intelligentsia by Leopold Labedz, pp. 103-111
        16. The Genealogy of the Polish Intelligentsia by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 112-120
      4. [+]
        October 1959 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Conversations with the Planners by Herbert S. Levine, pp. 2-13
        2. The Sorbonne in Moscow by R. Etiemble, pp. 14-18
        3. The Soviet Concept of Coexistence by Gustav A. Wetter, pp. 19-34
        4. Trends in Soviet Geography by Douglas Jackson#2, pp. 35-42
        5. Soviet Historians and American History by Max Beloff, pp. 43-49
        6. Recent Russian History by John Keep, pp. 50-57
        7. 'Fundamentals of Marxist Philosophy' by George L. Kline, pp. 58-62
        8. Ethnography by Lawrence Krader, pp. 63-69
        9. Our Contributors, p. 70
        10. The Civil War in Russia by J. Meijer, pp. 71-76
        11. Marx on Education by Horst Wittig, pp. 77-81
        12. The Polish Cinema, II by Z. Broncel, pp. 82-87
        13. Cosmopolitianism 1959, pp. 88-93
        14. Index Nos. 23-30, pp. 94-96
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1960s = 10 Years, 39 Issues, 775 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1960 = 2 Issues, 35 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1960 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Cultural Exchanges, pp. 2-8
        2. The Cultural Apparatus by F.C. Barghoorn, pp. 9-16
        3. Foreign Books in the USSR, pp. 17-19
        4. Sociologists in Conference by Leopold Labedz, pp. 20-29
        5. Orientalists Congress, pp. 30-31
        6. Publishing in the USSR by Maria Nowicki, pp. 32-37
        7. Asia, Africa, and the Soviet Model by Francis Seton, pp. 38-44
        8. The Case of the Lonely Textbook by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 45-49
        9. Our Contributors, p. 50
        10. Automation and its Prospects by Gerald Segal, pp. 51-57
        11. Technological Education in the USSR by Newman A. Hall, pp. 58-63
        12. Philosophy Studies by Joseph M. Bochenski, pp. 64-80
        13. Kirchenkampf in East Germany by Melvin Croan, pp. 81-87
        14. The Hungarian Intelligentsia by Francois Fejto, pp. 88-94
        15. [+]
          Red Prelude by David Footman, p. 95 - 1 Review
          1. Roots of Revolution by Franco Venturi
        16. After Stalin by W.Z.L., p. 96
        17. Books on Asia by W.Z.L., pp. 97-99
        18. Small Screen in Moscow by Leo Paladini, pp. 100-104
      2. [+]
        April 1960 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 2-6
        2. A Short Guide to Heresy, pp. 7-13
        3. Eduard Bernstein by Christian Gneuss, pp. 14-20
        4. In Search of Marxist Humanism by Daniel Bell, pp. 21-31
        5. Italy by Giorgio Galli, pp. 32-39
        6. France by Jean Duvignaud, pp. 40-45
        7. Britain by George Arnold, pp. 46-52
        8. USA by Lewis Coser, pp. 53-60
        9. Japan by Edward Seidensticker, pp. 61-67
        10. The Permanent Revolution by Heinz Schurer, pp. 68-73
        11. The Party and the Truth, pp. 74-84
        12. Ernst Bloch by Jurgen Ruhle, pp. 85-93
        13. George Plekhanov by Samuel Baron, pp. 94-101
        14. M.N. Roy by Robert C. North, pp. 102-108
        15. Comintern Reminiscences, p. 109
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 110-115
        17. Lange's New Economics by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 116-122
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1961 = 5 Issues, 98 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1961 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The Polish Intellectual Climate by L. Labedz, pp. 3-11
        2. White Eagle Today and Yesterday by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 12-25
        3. Warsaw Notebook by William E. Griffith, pp. 26-30
        4. Polish Literature after October by Z.A. Grabowski, pp. 31-35
        5. A Note on Polish Music by Stefan Kisielewski, pp. 36-38
        6. Social Policy under Gomulka by Janina Miedzinska, pp. 39-45
        7. Wayward Youth on the Vistula by A. Pospieszalski, pp. 46-49
        8. New Models and Old Dilemmas by J.M. Montias, pp. 50-53
        9. Policies and Prospects by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 54-60
        10. Stalin and the Polish Communists by M.K. Dziewanowski, pp. 61-64
        11. Soviet Astronomy by Zdenek Kopal, pp. 65-67
        12. Our Contributors, p. 68
        13. The Public Image of the CPSU by H.T. Willetts, pp. 69-75
        14. Revisionism by George Lichtheim, pp. 76-89
        15. Islam in the Soviet Union II by Walter Kolarz, pp. 90-99
        16. Health Services in the USSR by Mark G. Field, pp. 100-105
        17. Marx, Marxism, and Ethics by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 106-113
        18. Portrait of a Collaborator by Alexander Dallin, pp. 114-119
        19. Index for 1960, pp. 120-122
      2. [+]
        April 1961 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Talks with Soviet Writers by Gene Sosin, pp. 3-11
        2. Our Contributors, p. 12
        3. Dostoevsky Today by D.L. Fanger, pp. 13-19
        4. Sholokhov Thirty Years After by Herman Ermolaev, pp. 20-26
        5. Kafka and the Communists by Jaroslav Dresler, pp. 27-33
        6. 1960: The Literary Harvest by Barbara Bode, pp. 34-43
        7. Voices of Youth by Vera Alexandrova, pp. 44-48
        8. New Trends in the Novel by George Gibian, pp. 49-55
        9. Multinational Literature by George Luckyj, pp. 56-64
        10. Writing in Central Asia by G.B. Morris, pp. 65-70
        11. Soviet Jewish Literature by C. Szmeruk, pp. 71-77
        12. The Origins of Literary Control by Ernest J. Simmons, pp. 78-84
        13. Pilnyak and Zamyatin by Max Hayward, pp. 85-91
        14. Voronsky and Pereval by Edward J. Brown, pp. 92-98
        15. Zoshchenko's Unfinished Novel by Hugh McLean, pp. 99-105
        16. [+]
          Postscript on Pasternak by Herbert E. Bowman, pp. 106-109 - 1 Review
          1. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak
        17. A Note on Soviet Satire by Maurice Friedberg, pp. 110-113
        18. [+]
          The Prodigal's Return, I by L.L., p. 114 - 1 Review
          1. People and Life, 1891-1921 by Ilya Ehrenburg
        19. The Prodigal's Return, II by Wanda Bronska-Pampuch, pp. 115-116
        20. 'Three, Seven, Ace' by Tibor Meray, pp. 117-118
        21. [+]
          Alexander Blok by Michael Futrell, pp. 119-122 - 1 Review
          1. Alexander Blok, Prophet of Revolution by Cecil H. Kisch
      3. [+]
        July 1961 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Soviet Doctrine and the New Countries by Walter Z. Laqueur, pp. 3-11
        2. South of Cuba by Boris Goldenberg, pp. 12-17
        3. Friendship University by Ex-Insider, pp. 18-23
        4. Stages of Economic Development by Naum Jasny, pp. 24-33
        5. Soviet Population Trends by Michael Root, pp. 34-42
        6. Composers' Dilemma by Gerd Ruge, pp. 43-52
        7. Writers and their Public by Richard Lindsay, pp. 53-59
        8. The Origins of Literary Control, II by Ernest J. Simmons, pp. 60-67
        9. Diamat and Einstein by S. Muller-Markus, pp. 68-77
        10. Our Contributors, p. 78
        11. Deborin, Forgotten Philosopher by Rene Ahlberg, pp. 79-89
        12. History under Ulbricht by Francis Carsten, pp. 90-98
        13. A Note on Polish Literature by T. Nowakowski, pp. 99-103
        14. Professor Polanyi and his Critics by Peter Kende, p. 104
        15. [+]
          CPSU History in the Remaking by Leopold Labedz, pp. 105-109 - 1 Review
          1. History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
        16. [+]
          The East German Economy by Germanicus, pp. 110-112 - 1 Review
          1. The Structure of the East German Economy by Wolfgang F. Stolper and Karl W. Roskamp
        17. A Note on Comecon by K.F., pp. 113-114
        18. Franz Kafka's Home City by Robert Weltsch, pp. 115-117
        19. [+]
          Shorter Notices, pp. 118-122 - 15 Reviews
          1. The Soviet Design for a World State by Elliot R. Goodman
          2. Soviet African Studies 1918-1959 by Mary Holdsworth
          3. The Conscience of the Revolution by Robert Vincent Daniels
          4. Louis Blanc by Leo A. Loubere
          5. The Soviet Cultural Offensive by Frederick C. Barghoorn
          6. The Transformation of Russian Society by Cyril E. Black
          7. Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin by George F. Kennan
          8. The Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
          9. Soviet Conduct in World Affairs by Alexander Dallin
          10. Power and Policy in the USSR by Robert Conquest
          11. Everyman's Concise Encyclopedia of Russia by S.V. Utechin
          12. The Conspirators by Geoffrey Bailey
          13. Under Soviet Skins by Ronald Hingley
          14. The Red Executive by David Granick
          15. Soviet Statistics of Physical Output of Industrial Commodities by Gregory Grossman
      4. [+]
        October 1961 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 3-11
        2. The New CPSU Programme by Leopold Labedz, pp. 12-28
        3. Plan and Superplan by Naum Jasny, pp. 29-43
        4. Man and the Ideal Economy by Peter Wiles, pp. 44-53
        5. Value, Price, and Profit by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 54-62
        6. I. Philosophy and Practice by George Kline, pp. 63-71
        7. II. The Function of Law by John Hazard, pp. 72-79
        8. III. The Role of Social Institutions by Robert Osborn, pp. 80-90
        9. The Utopian Tradition by Thilo Ramm, pp. 91-99
        10. Marx, Engels, and the Future Society by Iring Fetscher, pp. 100-110
        11. The Party and the State by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 111-116
        12. Foreign Policy and the Transition to Communism by George Brinkley, pp. 117-125
        13. Educating the New Man by S.V. Utechin, pp. 126-136
        14. I. Two Roads to Communism by Donald Zagoria, pp. 137-145
        15. II. A Study in Economic Strategy by Alexander Eckstein, pp. 146-155
        16. III. The Roots of Social Policy by H.F. Schurmann, pp. 156-169
        17. Town Planning and Housing by Timothy Sosnovy, pp. 170-178
        18. Cities of the Future by Ernst May, pp. 179-185
        19. Twenty Years On by Alfred G. Meyer, pp. 186-196
        20. Our Contributors, p. 197
      5. [+]
        December 1961 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. On Thermonuclear Coexistence, pp. 3-16
        2. Reporting the Eichmann Case by William Korey, pp. 17-28
        3. From 'Falanga' to 'Pax' by Adam Bromke, pp. 29-40
        4. Sino-Soviet Relations by Bernard Morris, pp. 41-48
        5. Marx, Marxism, and Ethics, II by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 49-60
        6. Soviet Musical Life by David Brown#2, pp. 61-68
        7. Chernikov and Constructivism by Arthur R. Sprague, pp. 69-79
        8. The Political Scene by J.F. Brown, pp. 80-85
        9. The Bulgarian Economy by John Kalo, pp. 86-95
        10. Social Science and the Party by Irwin T. Sanders, pp. 96-103
        11. Our Contributors, p. 104
        12. Bulgarian History Revised by L.A.D. Dellin, pp. 105-112
        13. Remodelling Education by A. Mandikoff, pp. 113-119
        14. Bulgarian Writing Today by Liliana Brisby, pp. 120-129
        15. Church and State by Boris Christoff, pp. 130-135
        16. We and Archie by Tsvetan Stoyanov, pp. 136-149
        17. The Bulgarian Communist Party by Joseph Rothschild, pp. 150-152
        18. [+]
          The Industrialisation Debate by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 153-154 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviet Industrialization Debate, 1924-1928 by Alexander Erlich
        19. Index for 1961, pp. 155-158
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1962 = 5 Issues, 100 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1962 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Khrushchev and the 22nd Congress by H.T. Willetts, pp. 3-10
        2. Soviet Foreign Policy by John Keep, pp. 11-23
        3. Albania, Mirror of Conflict by J.F. Brown, pp. 24-41
        4. Soviet Literary Attitudes by Ronald Hingley, pp. 42-48
        5. Russian Poetry Today by K. Zelinski, pp. 49-67
        6. Universities in East Germany by Rudolf Reinhardt, pp. 68-77
        7. Introduction, pp. 78-81
        8. The Balance Sheet by George Urban, pp. 82-93
        9. Literature Before and After by Paul Ignotus, pp. 94-105
        10. Genealogical Troubles by Tibor Meray, pp. 106-113
        11. Changes in the Leadership by Thomas Schreiber, pp. 114-123
        12. Disgrace and Rehabilitation by W.O. McCagg, pp. 124-132
        13. The Catholic Church by Miklos Veto, pp. 133-139
        14. Philosophy under Kadar by Tibor Hanak, pp. 140-148
        15. The State of the Economy by Peter Kende, pp. 149-158
        16. Planning, Production, Prices by J. Baracs, pp. 159-165
        17. Hungary and Comecon by George Kemeny, pp. 166-171
        18. Budapest Revisited by Anthony Rhodes, pp. 172-179
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 180-182
      2. [+]
        April 1962 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Russia through Western Eyes by Walter Laqueur, pp. 3-13
        2. Witnesses of the Revolution by M. Philips Price, pp. 14-26
        3. Trotsky on Stalin's Russia by S. Bahne, pp. 27-42
        4. The Three Faces of Lenin by Daniel Aaron, pp. 43-57
        5. The Webbs and the New Civilisation by Marcel Liebman, pp. 58-74
        6. The Days of the Left Book Club by Alfred Sherman, pp. 75-86
        7. How they saw the Moscow Trials by Hugo Dewar, pp. 87-95
        8. 1939: Whither Russia? by Max Shachtman, pp. 96-108
        9. The Literature of Disenchantment by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 109-119
        10. Deutscher as Historian and Prophet by Leopold Labedz, pp. 120-144
        11. On reading Tertz by Stefan Bergholz, pp. 145-150
        12. You and I by Abram Tertz, pp. 151-175
        13. [+]
          Marxism as History by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 176-184 - 1 Review
          1. Marxism: An Historical and Critical Study by George Lichtheim
        14. [+]
          The Civil War by John Erickson, pp. 185-186 - 1 Review
          1. Civil War in Russia by David Footman
        15. [+]
          Religion in Russia by Geoffrey Wheeler, p. 187 - 1 Review
          1. Religion in the Soviet Union by Walter Kolarz
        16. The Journalist's Guide by "A.R.", pp. 188-189
        17. [+]
          Pasternak by George Katkov, pp. 190-191 - 1 Review
          1. Courage of Genius: The Pasternak Affair by Robert Conquest
        18. [+]
          Herzen and Russian Socialism by Boris Elkin, p. 192 - 1 Review
          1. Alexander Herzen and the Birth of Russian Socialism, 1812-1855 by Martin E. Malia
        19. Varga Writes Again by Alec Nove, pp. 193-195
        20. [+]
          The Soviet Economy by A. Zauberman, pp. 196-197 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviet Economy: An Introduction by Alec Nove
        21. [+]
          In Brief, pp. 198-200 - 9 Reviews
          1. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Russia and the Soviet Union by Michael T. Florinsky
          2. Documents on International Affairs by Gillian King
          3. The Break-Up of the Habsburg Empire, 1914-1918 by Z.A.B. Zeman
          4. Divided Berlin by Hans Speier
          5. Mussolini's Enemies by Charles F. Delzell
          6. Dilemmas of Progress in Tsarist Russia by Arthur P. Mendel
          7. The Khrushchev Phase by Alexander Werth
          8. Russia Forty Years On by M. Philips Price
          9. The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1918 by James Bunyan and H.H. Fisher
        22. Our Contributors, pp. 201-202
      3. [+]
        June 1962 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. The Schism by Walter Laqueur, pp. 1-8
        2. Communist International Relations by Melvin Croan, pp. 9-19
        3. Post-Congress Roundup by C.H.F., pp. 20-27
        4. Coexistence within the Bloc by Boris Levitski, pp. 28-38
        5. Russian and China by Geoffrey Hudson, pp. 39-47
        6. Revisionism and Yugoslavia by Ernst Halperin, pp. 48-58
        7. Poland by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 59-71
        8. Hungary by George Urban, pp. 72-80
        9. The Balkans by J.F. Brown, pp. 81-95
        10. East Germany by Evelyn Anderson, pp. 96-106
        11. Italy by Giorgio Galli, pp. 107-120
        12. France by Pierre Fougeyrollas, pp. 121-131
        13. The Middle East by W.A.C. Adie, pp. 132-147
        14. Africa by Fritz Schatten, pp. 148-159
        15. Latin America by Boris Goldenberg, pp. 160-172
        16. Political Theory in Poland by Michalina Clifford-Vaughan, pp. 173-179
        17. [+]
          Review Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx, by Robert C.... by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 180-181 - 1 Review
          1. Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx by Robert C. Tucker
        18. Zhdanovskaya by S.V. Utechin, p. 182
        19. [+]
          Review Boris Pasternak's Collected Works, by G.P. Str... by George Katkov, pp. 183-186 - 1 Review
          1. Boris Pasternak's Collected Works by G.P. Struve, B.A. Filippov, and Boris Pasternak
        20. [+]
          Review The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Sinc... by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 187-189 - 1 Review
          1. The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Since 1928 by Abram Bergson
        21. Our Contributors, pp. 190-192
      4. [+]
        August 1962 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, pp. 3-9
        2. The Soviet Union and the Tiers Monde by Curt Gasteyger, pp. 10-22
        3. The Role of the Intelligentsia by Hugh Seton-Watson, pp. 23-30
        4. The Agrarian Question by "W.K.", pp. 31-43
        5. Trade and Aid by Milton Kovner, pp. 44-54
        6. Marxism and Asian Cultural Traditions by E. Sarkisyanz, pp. 55-64
        7. Marxism and African Cultural Traditions by Pierre Alexandre, pp. 65-78
        8. African Profiles by Franz Ansprenger, pp. 79-90
        9. Latin American Communism by Robert Alexander, pp. 91-101
        10. The Left Wing in Japan by R.A. Scalapino, pp. 102-111
        11. The Struggle for Kurdistan by S.E. van Rooy, pp. 112-118
        12. Russia, China, and Nationalist Movements by John Kautsky, pp. 119-129
        13. Religions of the East by Walter Kolarz, pp. 130-138
        14. Nationalism Re-examined by David Morison, pp. 139-144
        15. [+]
          In Brief, pp. 145-148 - 1 Review
          1. Russian Historians and the Soviet State by Konstantin F. Shteppa
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 149-150
      5. [+]
        October 1962 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Russia and Germany by Walter Laqueur, pp. 3-11
        2. Soviet-German Relations by Melvin Croan, pp. 12-28
        3. Adenauer's Eastern Policy by F.R. Allemann, pp. 29-36
        4. The Berlin Crisis by Sebastian Haffner, pp. 37-44
        5. Germany's Eastern Neighbors by Elizabeth Wiskemann, pp. 45-53
        6. Beyond the Wall by Stephan Thomas, pp. 54-65
        7. Am Ambivalent Heritage by Victor Frank, pp. 66-73
        8. Rapallo by Golo Mann, pp. 74-88
        9. Hitler and Russia, 1919-1923 by Walter Laqueur, pp. 89-113
        10. The Reichswehr and the Red Army by F.L. Carsten, pp. 114-132
        11. National-Bolshevism by Arthur Spencer, pp. 133-152
        12. Moscow-Berlin 1933 by Ex-Insider, pp. 153-164
        13. Britain Today in Soviet Writing by Ronald Hingley, pp. 165-173
        14. Taking Stock by John Mander, pp. 174-177
        15. 1941 by John Erickson, pp. 178-182
        16. [+]
          1939: A German View by Otto Stenzl, pp. 183-186 - 1 Review
          1. The Origins of the Second World War by A.J.P. Taylor
        17. [+]
          Russia and China by "A.R.", p. 187 - 1 Review
          1. The Sino-Soviet Conflict, 1956-1961 by Donald S. Zagoria
        18. [+]
          The Mechanism of Literary Control by Michael Futrell, pp. 188-189 - 1 Review
          1. Political Control of Literature in the USSR, 1946-1959 by Harold Swayze
        19. Latin America by Boris Goldenberg, pp. 190-191
        20. [+]
          Legal Marxism by Victor Frank, pp. 192-194 - 1 Review
          1. The First Russian Revisionists by Richard Kindersley
        21. Index for 1962, pp. 195-200
        22. Our Contributors, pp. 201-202
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1963 = 4 Issues, 79 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1963 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. New Directions? by H.T. Willetts, pp. 3-8
        2. Conflict and Change in Literature by Max Hayward, pp. 9-22
        3. Document, pp. 23-30
        4. The Young Poets by Pierre Forgues, pp. 31-52
        5. Repertory of the Fifties by Francois de Liencourt, pp. 53-67
        6. Plays and Playwrights by A.J.C. Campbell, pp. 68-76
        7. The Current Season by Mark Frankland, pp. 77-82
        8. Painting by Alain Besancon, pp. 83-93
        9. The Sound of New Music by Fred K. Prieberg, pp. 94-101
        10. Revival of the Cinema by Hilmar Hoffmann, pp. 102-111
        11. Chess and Politics by D.J. Richards, pp. 112-124
        12. Art and the Unconscious by John Fizer, pp. 125-133
        13. Boris Pilnyak by Peter Wilson, pp. 134-142
        14. Recent Ukrainian Writing by Andre de Vincenz, pp. 143-150
        15. The Fate of Osip Mandelstam by George Stuckow, pp. 151-154
        16. Marx and Luther by George Lichtheim, pp. 155-156
        17. [+]
          Russian Classics in Soviet Jackets by R.F. Christian, pp. 157-158 - 1 Review
          1. Russian Classics in Soviet Jackets by Maurice Friedberg
        18. [+]
          Dostoyevsky by Victor S. Frank, pp. 159-161 - 1 Review
          1. The Undiscovered Dostoyevsky by Ronald Hingley
        19. [+]
          From the Finland Station by John Keep, pp. 162-163 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviet Revolution, 1917-1939 by Raphael R. Abramovitch
        20. [+]
          USSR and UNO by "A.R.", pp. 164-165 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviet Union at the United Nations by Alexander Dallin
        21. [+]
          Strategy and Foreign Policy by L.V., pp. 166-168 - 1 Review
          1. Strategy and Tactics of Soviet Foreign Policy by J.M. Mackintosh
        22. [+]
          Planning in Poland by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 169-171 - 1 Review
          1. Central Planning in Poland by John Michael Montias
        23. Our Contributors, pp. 172-182

      2. [+]
        April 1963 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Death and Damnation of a Hero by H.T. Willetts, pp. 3-10
        2. Our Contributors, pp. 11-12
        3. The Dynamics of Destalinisation by Herbert Ritvo, pp. 13-23
        4. Questionnaire---Ten Years After, pp. 24-104
        5. Reflections on the Cult of Stalin by Georg Lukacs, pp. 105-111
        6. The Liberman Proposals by Alec Nove, pp. 112-118
        7. On National Democracy by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 119-133
        8. II. Evolution of a concept by J.M. van der Kroef, pp. 134-145
        9. Conversations with Trotsky by Fritz Sternberg, pp. 146-159
        10. The Shock of Recognition by Burton Rubin, pp. 160-170
        11. Interpeting Neo-Realism by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 171-173
        12. [+]
          Positions of Strength by "A.R.", pp. 174-178 - 1 Review
          1. Negotiation From Strength by Coral Bell
      3. [+]
        July 1963 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 3-4
        2. Pictures from an Exhibition by R. Etiemble, pp. 5-18
        3. From Amis to Waugh by Ronald Hingley, pp. 19-29
        4. Music by Fred. K. Prieberg, pp. 30-35
        5. Repercussions in East Germany by Heinz Kersten, pp. 36-46
        6. Recent Hungarian Writing by George Gomori, pp. 47-51
        7. Document by R. Samarin, pp. 52-56
        8. Sociology as a Vocation by Leopold Labedz, pp. 57-65
        9. Sovkhoz Kuban by Allen Ballard, pp. 66-77
        10. Our Contributors, p. 78
        11. Soviet Medical Institutions by Mark G. Field, pp. 79-91
        12. The Soviet School Today by Frederic Lilge, pp. 92-103
        13. Marriage and Divorce by Peter Juviler, pp. 104-117
        14. Opinion Polls by Emilia Wilder, pp. 118-129
        15. The Dialectics of Polycentrism by Melvin Croan, pp. 130-144
        16. Anti-Komintern by Walter Laqueur, pp. 145-162
        17. Kremlin and Vatican by Miklos Veto, pp. 163-172
        18. [+]
          Darkness at Noon Again by Arthur Koestler, pp. 173-174 - 1 Review
          1. Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler
        19. [+]
          The Warsaw Rising by F.L. Carsten, pp. 175-177 - 1 Review
          1. In Allied London by Edward Raczynski
        20. [+]
          The Kurdish Republic by Gunther Nollau, p. 178 - 1 Review
          1. The Kurdish Republic of 1946 by William Eagleton, Jr.
        21. [+]
          Hungary 1956 by Tamas Aczel, pp. 179-180 - 2 Reviews
          1. Rift and Revolt in Hungary by Ferenc A. Vali
          2. The Unexpected Revolution by Paul Kecskemeti
        22. [+]
          Yugoslavia by Alfred Sherman, pp. 181-186 - 1 Review
          1. Yugoslavia and the New Communism by George W. Hoffman and Fred Warner Neal
      4. [+]
        October 1963 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. East Wind West Wind, pp. 3-9
        2. Communist Rivalries in Asia by Francis Watson, pp. 10-18
        3. Rumania Steps Out of Line by J.F. Brown, pp. 19-34
        4. Cross-currents in Prague by Frank Osvald, pp. 35-53
        5. The Literary Purge in Retrospect by Max Hayward, pp. 54-62
        6. The Poetry of Andrei Voznesensky by Pierre Forgues, pp. 63-77
        7. Party Controls Reorganised by Herbert Ritvo, pp. 78-89
        8. Politics and Management by Jeremy Azrael, pp. 90-101
        9. Marx and the Intellectuals by Lewis Feuer, pp. 102-112
        10. Strange Interlude by Arthur Spencer, pp. 113-128
        11. Documents: Soviet-German Relations, pp. 129-137
        12. Preface to Stalin's Sochineniia by Robert H. McNeal, pp. 138-145
        13. [+]
          Compulsion and Economic Growth by Andrew Shonfield, pp. 146-148 - 1 Review
          1. Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective by Alexander Gerschenkron
        14. Writers in Czechoslovakia by Jaroslav Dresler, pp. 149-152
        15. [+]
          Philosophies in Poland by George Lichtheim, pp. 153-156 - 1 Review
          1. Philosophy and Ideology by Z.A. Jordan
        16. Closer to the Ground by Irina Chymanovsky, pp. 157-164
        17. [+]
          The Road to Haparanda by Winfried B. Scharlau, pp. 165-166 - 1 Review
          1. Northern Underground by Michael Futrell
        18. The KPD by Gunther Nollau, p. 167
        19. [+]
          Before the Revolution by D. Pospielovsky, pp. 168-169 - 1 Review
          1. The Rise of Democracy in Pre-Revolutionary Russia by Jacob Walkin
        20. [+]
          Class and Consciousness by Leopold Labedz, p. 170 - 1 Review
          1. Class Structure in the Social Consciousness by Stanislaw Ossowski
        21. [+]
          The Peasant as Prime Mover by David Shapiro, pp. 171-172 - 1 Review
          1. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
        22. Our Contributors, pp. 173-178
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1964 = 4 Issues, 96 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1964 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. The Great Schism by Raymond Aron, pp. 3-9
        2. Coexistence vs. Peace by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 10-16
        3. Strategy and Foreign Policy by Denis Healey, pp. 17-22
        4. The Meaning of Coexistence by Sir William Hayter, pp. 23-29
        5. The Cold War Revisited by Louis J. Halle, pp. 30-40
        6. In Search of Russia by Walter Laqueur, pp. 41-52
        7. USA: Some Critical Reflections by Adam Ulam, pp. 53-61
        8. USA: Work at the Universities by Robert F. Byrnes, pp. 62-68
        9. Western Research into the Soviet Economy by Peter Wiles, pp. 69-81
        10. Study of the Soviet Economy in the USA by A. Gerschenkron, pp. 82-89
        11. Soviet Studies in Western Europe by Victor Frank, pp. 90-96
        12. 2. France by Basile Kerblay, pp. 97-106
        13. 3. Germany by Jens Hacker, pp. 107-118
        14. Western Marxist Literature, 1953-1963 by George Lichtheim, pp. 119-128
        15. Soviet Philosophy through Western Eyes by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 129-136
        16. Western Writing on Soviet Literature by Gleb Struve, pp. 137-145
        17. World Communism by Bernard Morris, pp. 146-153
        18. The Hybrid Art of Sovietology by Arthur Adams, pp. 154-162
        19. In Defence of Kremlinology by Robert Conquest, pp. 163-173
        20. Uses and Abuses of Kremlinology by Alec Nove, pp. 174-182
        21. Crypto-Politics by T.H. Rigby, pp. 183-194
        22. The Origins of Peaceful Coexistence by Franklyn Griffiths, pp. 195-206
      2. [+]
        April 1964 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Gorki and Others by Irwin Weil, pp. 3-9
        2. Meeting the Philosophers by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 10-23
        3. Moscow State University by David Robert, pp. 24-31
        4. A Good Kolkhoz by Robert F. Miller, pp. 32-43
        5. Bulgaria's Golden Sands by Viktor Meier, pp. 44-51
        6. Of Walls and Utopias by Melvin Croan, pp. 52-61
        7. Communications, p. 62
        8. A Plan for all Seasons by John M. Montias, pp. 63-76
        9. The Art of Survival, pp. 77-86
        10. Soviet Studies, the Press, and the Public by Leopold Labedz, pp. 87-92
        11. Russia in German Eyes by Wanda Bronska-Pampuch, pp. 93-101
        12. Osric by Ronald Hingley, pp. 102-110
        13. Political Realism in Poland by Adam Bromke, pp. 111-117
        14. Germany's Eastern Frontier by Otto Stenzl, pp. 118-130
        15. Poland in Several Lights by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 131-139
        16. [+]
          Education by S.V. Utechin, pp. 140-144 - 3 Reviews
          1. Communist Education by Edmund James King
          2. Polytechnical Education in the USSR by S.G. Shapovalenko
          3. The Russian Tradition in Education by Nicholas A. Hans
        17. [+]
          Father of Russian Marxism by John Keep, pp. 145-146 - 1 Review
          1. Plekhanov: The Father of Russian Marxism by Samuel H. Baron
        18. [+]
          Comecon by Alfred Zauberman, p. 147 - 1 Review
          1. The Communist Foreign Trade System by Frederic L. Pryor
        19. The Advantages of Backwardness by Andrzej Brzeski, pp. 148-151
        20. [+]
          Soviet Treaty-Making by A.K.R. Kiralfy, pp. 152-153 - 1 Review
          1. The Theory, Law and Policy of Soviet Treaties by Jan F. Triska and Robert M. Slusser
        21. [+]
          Albania by J.F. Brown, pp. 154-155 - 1 Review
          1. Albania and the Sino-Soviet Rift by William E. Griffith
        22. [+]
          The Sino-Soviet Rift in the Open by Leopold Labedz, pp. 156-159 - 2 Reviews
          1. Diversity in International Communism by Alexander Dallin, Jonathan Harris, and Grey Hodnett, ...
          2. Mao Against Khrushchev by David Floyd
        23. Our Contributors, pp. 160-162
      3. [+]
        July 1964 Issue = 30 Articles
        1. Cybernetics in the Soviet Union by Loren R. Graham, pp. 3-7
        2. The Academy's Computing Centre, pp. 8-11
        3. Electronics, pp. 12-18
        4. The Organisation of Scientific Research by D.A. Senior, pp. 19-21
        5. Science in Two Worlds by Eugene P. Wigner, pp. 22-35
        6. Reorganisation: 1963 by James M. Swanson, pp. 36-40
        7. Prospects of Science by N.N. Semenov, pp. 41-45
        8. International Comparisons by Stevan Dedijer, pp. 46-51
        9. The Mathematician's Tale by David Vere-Jones, pp. 52-60
        10. Exchange Scientist in Leningrad by Hans Kuebler, pp. 61-68
        11. Astronomy in the USSR by W.H. McCrea, pp. 69-77
        12. Russian Plans for Space by Sir Bernard Lovell, pp. 78-80
        13. From an Astronomer's Diary by Reimar Lust, pp. 81-82
        14. Chemistry by John Turkevich, pp. 83-90
        15. Lysenko's Maize by David Joravsky, pp. 91-99
        16. Biologist in Moscow by H. Mohr, pp. 100-107
        17. Medicine by Robert Roaf, pp. 108-113
        18. 2. The Oncology Service by D.W. Smithers, pp. 114-118
        19. Psychology by O.L. Zangwill, pp. 119-124
        20. 2. Trends Past and Present by Neil O'Connor, pp. 125-135
        21. Keeping the Scientists Informed by Cyril W. Cleverdon, pp. 136-137
        22. Information Services by D.H. Sharp, pp. 138-146
        23. Philosophy and Science by Maxim Mikulak, pp. 147-156
        24. Scientists in Soviet Literature by Alexander Steininger, pp. 157-165
        25. [+]
          The RSDLP by Abraham Ascher, p. 166 - 1 Review
          1. The Rise of Social Democracy in Russia by J.L.H. Keep
        26. [+]
          Soviet Dilemmas by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 167-168 - 1 Review
          1. The New Face of Soviet Totalitarianism by Adam B. Ulam
        27. [+]
          Limited War by David Footman, p. 169 - 1 Review
          1. Korea: The Limited War by David Rees
        28. Marginal Notes on a Journal by Tamas Aczel, pp. 170-173
        29. The Paris Commune by F.L. Carsten, p. 174
        30. Our Contributors, pp. 175-178
      4. [+]
        October 1964 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Antonio Gramsci by Neil McInnes, pp. 3-15
        2. Moscow 1921 by Bernhard Reichenbach, pp. 16-22
        3. Passage to Russia by Esther Corey, pp. 23-32
        4. From Mexico to Moscow by Manuel Gomez, pp. 33-47
        5. Rosa Luxemburg by Peter Nettl, pp. 48-58
        6. Radek and the German Revolution, I by H. Schurer, pp. 59-69
        7. Paul Levi and the Comintern by Helmut Gruber, pp. 70-85
        8. The Marxism of Karl Korsch by Paul Mattick, pp. 86-97
        9. In Memoriam---Alfred Rosmer by Gustave Stern, pp. 98-106
        10. Pokrovsky and Russian History by Roman Szporluk, pp. 107-118
        11. Raskolnikov by Ex-Insider, pp. 119-128
        12. The Strange Case of Anna Louise Strong by Philip Jaffe, pp. 129-139
        13. Palmiro Togliatti by Aldo Garosci, pp. 140-147
        14. The Coming Storm by A. Ascher, pp. 148-164
        15. Maxim Gorky's Correspondence by Victor S. Frank, pp. 165-169
        16. Platonov by Pierre Forgues, pp. 170-173
        17. Den Poezii by R. Milner-Gulland, pp. 174-175
        18. [+]
          USSR, UN, and the Third World by Rosalyn Higgins, pp. 176-177 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviets in International Organizations by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
        19. [+]
          Government and Politics by Derek Scott, pp. 178-179 - 1 Review
          1. The Soviet System of Government by John N. Hazard
        20. [+]
          Industry in Eastern Europe by Evelyn Anderson, pp. 180-181 - 1 Review
          1. Industrial Progress in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany, 1937-1962 by Alfred Zauberman
        21. Our Contributors, pp. 182-186
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1965 = 4 Issues, 70 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1965 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The End of an Epoch by Leopold Labedz, pp. 3-28
        2. Schism and Secession by Kevin Devlin, pp. 29-50
        3. Western Europe by Eric Willenz and Pio Uliassi, pp. 51-64
        4. Eastern Europe by J.F. Brown, pp. 65-88
        5. Asia by Donald S. Zagoria, pp. 89-104
        6. The Strategic Triangle by Sathi, pp. 105-112
        7. 2. Indonesia by Ruth McVey, pp. 113-122
        8. 3. Japan by Kyosuke Hirotsu, pp. 123-130
        9. Australasia by T.H. Rigby, pp. 131-143
        10. North America by Joseph R. Starobin, pp. 144-153
        11. Latin America by Ernst Halperin, pp. 154-167
        12. Africa by William E. Griffith, pp. 168-189
        13. Appendix, pp. 190-196
        14. Our Contributors, pp. 197-202
      2. [+]
        April 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Case of Ladislav Mnacko by Frank Osvald, pp. 3-20
        2. Rumanian Travelogue by Francois Bondy, pp. 21-37
        3. The Literary Scene in Rumania by Edgar Reichman, pp. 38-51
        4. Some Vignettes of Soviet Life by Philip E. Mosely, pp. 52-63
        5. The Life and Work of Willi Munzenberg by Jorgen Schleimann, pp. 64-91
        6. Letters from Sergei Dinamov by Joseph Freeman, pp. 92-102
        7. Passage to Russia, II by Esther Corey, pp. 103-115
        8. From Mexico to Moscow, II by Manuel Gomez, pp. 116-125
        9. Radek and the German Revolution, II by H. Schurer, pp. 126-140
        10. August Bebel by F.L. Carsten, pp. 141-150
        11. Ethnography in the USSR by Alexander Vucinich, pp. 151-162
        12. Trends in Soviet Geography by George J. Demko, pp. 163-170
        13. The German Problem Once Again by Melvin Croan, pp. 171-175
        14. Recent Soviet War Novels by J.N. Westwood, pp. 176-180
        15. [+]
          KPD and Comintern by Helmut Gruber, pp. 181-183 - 2 Reviews
          1. Stillborn Revolution by Werner T. Angress
          2. The Forming of the Communist International by James W. Hulse
        16. [+]
          Farewell to Revolution? by Leonard Bushkoff, p. 184 - 1 Review
          1. Communism and Revolution by Cyril E. Black and Thomas P. Thornton
        17. [+]
          Jasny the Pioneer by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 185-186 - 1 Review
          1. Soviet Planning by Jane Degras and Alec Nove
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 187-189
      3. [+]
        July 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Old and New Horizons by Peter Taylor, pp. 3-10
        2. The Fall of Khrushchev by Peter Reddaway, pp. 11-30
        3. Party and Government Reforms by Boris Meissner, pp. 31-45
        4. The Literary Climate by Victor Frank, pp. 46-53
        5. Russian Poetry, 1963-1965 by Pierre Forgues, pp. 54-70
        6. History and the Historians by Kurt Marko, pp. 71-82
        7. The Boarding School by A.L. Weeks, Jr., pp. 83-94
        8. The Virgin Lands by J.W. Cleary, pp. 95-105
        9. Agriculture under Khrushchev by Roy Laird, pp. 106-117
        10. Breakthrough to Economics by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 118-124
        11. On Physical Immortality by Peter Wiles, pp. 125-143
        12. Russian Travelogues, 1964-1965 by Marshall Goldman, pp. 144-150
        13. Housing Estate by Henry W. Morton, pp. 151-155
        14. At the Theatre by Mark G. Field, pp. 156-157
        15. Kiev---Moscow---Leningrad by Elizabeth Pond, pp. 158-161
        16. A Day in Birobidjan by Daniel Lourie, pp. 162-166
        17. Philosophy by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 167-173
        18. [+]
          The Anglo-Saxons by Ronald Hingley, pp. 174-177 - 1 Review
          1. English and American Characters in Russian Fiction by Valentin Kiparsky
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 178-182
      4. [+]
        October 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Doctrine and Foreign Policy by Robert V. Daniels, pp. 3-13
        2. East Europe by J.F. Brown, pp. 14-25
        3. Tactics in the Third World by Uri. Ra'anan, pp. 26-37
        4. Nationalities Policy by Geoffrey Wheeler, pp. 38-45
        5. Modern Warfare and Soviet Strategy by Curt Gasteyger, pp. 46-55
        6. The Legal Scene by A.J.C. Campbell, pp. 56-66
        7. Economic Crime and Punishment by George L. Kline, pp. 67-72
        8. Current Trends in the Soviet Theatre by Erik de Mauny, pp. 73-80
        9. Oskar Rabin, Painter by Jacques Catteau, pp. 81-85
        10. Kafka returns to Czechoslovakia by H. Politzer, pp. 86-97
        11. Russians and their Cars by Donald D. Barry, pp. 98-110
        12. Industrial Growth by David Hooson, pp. 111-124
        13. The Economy at the Crossroads by Marshall Goldman, pp. 125-131
        14. Statistics in the USSR by Samuel Kotz, pp. 132-141
        15. On Physical Immortality, II by Peter Wiles, pp. 142-161
        16. The New Party History by George Fletcher, pp. 162-171
        17. [+]
          Writers and Their Books by Martin Dewhirst, pp. 172-176 - 3 Reviews
          1. Literature and Revolution in Soviet Russia, 1917-62 by Max Hayward and Leopold Labedz
          2. Soviet Literature in the Sixties by Max Hayward and Edward L. Crowley
          3. Khrushchev and the Arts by Priscilla Johnson and Leopold Labedz
        18. [+]
          Merchant of Revolution by Peter Nettl, pp. 177-180 - 1 Review
          1. The Merchant of Revolution by Z.A.B. Zeman and W.B. Scharlau
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 181-190
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1966 = 4 Issues, 79 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1966 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Twenty Years After by Leopold Labedz, pp. 3-9
        2. On Polycentrism by Raymond Aron, pp. 10-18
        3. American Globalism by Z.K. Brzezinski, pp. 19-29
        4. Containment and After by Desmond Donnelly, pp. 30-34
        5. Neutralism and Polycentrism by Peter Lyon, pp. 35-42
        6. Russia, the One-Party System, and the Third World by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 43-58
        7. China and the Communist Movement by G.F. Hudson, pp. 59-66
        8. Polycentrism and Proliferation by Erasmus, pp. 67-72
        9. Nuclear Prospects and Foreign Policy by Curt Gasteyger, pp. 73-81
        10. Strategy of Survival by Morton A. Kaplan, pp. 82-88
        11. The European Revival by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 89-100
        12. EEC and Comecon by John Pinder, pp. 101-117
        13. Europe in East-West Relations by George F. Kennan, pp. 118-127
        14. Alternative to Partition by Jacques Freymond, pp. 128-133
        15. Politics as the Art of the Impossible by Andre Fontaine, pp. 134-139
        16. German Unification and the Power Balance by Wilhelm Cornides, pp. 140-148
        17. Roads to European Unity by Mark Bonham-Carter, pp. 149-152
        18. The Origins by Wilfred Knapp, pp. 153-158
        19. The Polish Question by Alexander Bregman, pp. 159-167
        20. The Turning Point by Louis J. Halle, pp. 168-176
        21. Germany in the Cold War by Evelyn Anderson, pp. 177-186
        22. The Khrushchev Era by Hugh Seton-Watson, pp. 187-195
        23. China and the Cold War by John Gittings, pp. 196-208
        24. Russia and the International Order by W. Zimmerman, pp. 209-212
        25. Out Contributors, pp. 213-214
        26. Document, pp. 215-221
      2. [+]
        April 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Spotlight on Czechoslovakia, p. 3
        2. Politics in Prague by Viktor Meier, pp. 4-11
        3. Success on the Screen by A.j. Liehm, pp. 12-20
        4. Current Trends in Painting by Jiri Padrta, pp. 21-29
        5. Television Lights and Shadows by Jiri Lederer, pp. 30-35
        6. Kafka as Philosopher by Ivan Svitak, pp. 36-40
        7. Literature and the Drama by Vera Blackwell, pp. 41-47
        8. Economic Reform in Perspective by J.M. Montias, pp. 48-60
        9. The New Economic Model by Jan Michal, pp. 61-70
        10. Our Contributors, pp. 71-72
        11. Soviet Painting by Jacques Catteau, pp. 73-87
        12. The Soviet Economy by Leon Smolinski, pp. 88-101
        13. Recent Ukrainian Writing by Jaroslaw Pelenski, pp. 102-112
        14. [+]
          Ukraina by Ze'ev Ben-Shlomo, pp. 113-116 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ukraine: A Concise Encyclopaedia, Vol I by Volodymyr Kubijovyc
          2. The Second Soviet Republic by Yaroslav Bilinsky
        15. [+]
          Comintern by Alexander Dallin, pp. 117-119 - 1 Review
          1. The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents by Jane Degras
        16. [+]
          Khrushchev's Crop Policy by "W.K.", pp. 120-121 - 1 Review
          1. Khrushchev's Crop Policy by Naum Jasny
        17. Demography in Poland and Czechoslovakia by Jiri Kolaja, pp. 122-138
      3. [+]
        July 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Models in the Analysis of Soviet Society by Alex Inkeles, pp. 3-17
        2. Sociology and Social Change by Leopold Labedz, pp. 18-39
        3. The Uses of Leisure by Paul Hollander, pp. 40-50
        4. Soviet Families by Peter Juviler, pp. 51-61
        5. Religion and Soviet Society by Bohdan Bociurkiw, pp. 62-71
        6. The Twenty-third CPSU Congress by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 72-84
        7.  ---  by Werner Klatt, pp. 85-92
        8. Anna Akhmatova by Victor Frank, pp. 93-101
        9. Soviet Family Robinson by Patrick Waddington, pp. 102-111
        10. Ghosts behind the Ghost by Kurt Marko, pp. 112-118
        11. Socialism, Alienation, and Political Power by Z.A. Jordan, pp. 119-133
        12. Judgment on Pasternak, pp. 134-163
        13. [+]
          Lenin by Tibor Szamuely, pp. 164-166 - 1 Review
          1. The Bolsheviks by Adam B. Ulam
        14. [+]
          Rosa Luxemburg by Z.A.B. Zeman, pp. 167-170 - 1 Review
          1. Rosa Luxemburg by J.P. Nettl
        15. [+]
          Two Cold War Books by Paul Seabury, pp. 171-175 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Cold War and Its Origins, 1917-1960 by Denna F. Fleming
          2. The Free World Colossus by David Horowitz
        16. Rationality Revisited by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 176-177
        17. [+]
          Books on Russia, the USSR, and Communism by J.D., pp. 178-179 - 2 Reviews
          1. Russia and the Soviet Union by Paul L. Horecky
          2. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism by Thomas T. Hammond
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 180-182
      4. [+]
        October 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The German Scene by Karl Robson, pp. 4-13
        2. German and European Reunification by Pierre Hassner, pp. 14-37
        3. Party Politics and the Wall by Melvin Croan, pp. 38-46
        4. Bonn's Ostpolitik by Ekkehart Krippendorff, pp. 47-55
        5. The Foreign Policy of the DDR by Kurt Tudyka, pp. 56-69
        6. The Federal Republic and Eastern Europe by Hansjakob Stehle, pp. 70-79
        7. In Search of a new Policy by Peter Bender, pp. 80-92
        8. The Hallstein Doctrine by Hans Speier, pp. 93-104
        9. The German Problem and American Policy by William Griffith, pp. 105-117
        10. British Opinion and the Oder-Neisse Line by Donald Watt, pp. 118-128
        11. Berlin in Search of a Purpose by F.R. Allemann, pp. 129-138
        12. The New Economic System by Thomas A. Baylis, pp. 139-152
        13. Ulbricht and After by Ernst Richert, pp. 153-164
        14. Soviet Union and DDR by Ilse Spittmann, pp. 165-176
        15. Wolf Biermann by Margaret Vallance, pp. 177-187
        16. The Writer in East Germany by M. Reich-Ranicki, pp. 188-195
        17. Our Contributors, p. 196
        18. Index for 1966, pp. 197-202
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1967 = 4 Issues, 66 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1967 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. On the Interpretation of Marx's Thought by George Lichtheim, pp. 3-14
        2. Philosophers in Moscow by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 15-24
        3. Havemann and the Dialectic by Neil McInnes, pp. 25-37
        4. Herbert Marcuse by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 38-44
        5. The 'Conspiracy' of the Intellectuals by Marshall Shatz, pp. 45-57
        6. Soviet State Capitalism? by William Jerome and Adam Buick, pp. 58-71
        7. The French Left by Francois Furet, pp. 72-83
        8. The British New Left by James D. Young, pp. 84-89
        9. The Student Left in the U.S.A. by Lewis Feuer, pp. 90-103
        10. Marxism in America's New Left by Henry Pachter, pp. 104-113
        11. Culture, Dogma, and the PCI by Gino Bianco, pp. 114-120
        12. Intellectual Ferment in Yugoslavia by Anthony Sylvester, pp. 121-128
        13. Finland by Katarina Brodin, pp. 129-140
        14. Communism in Israel by Kevin Kevlin, pp. 141-151
        15. Marx and the Intellectuals: Three Comments by Shlomo Avineri, pp. 152-154
        16.  ---  by Max Nomad, pp. 155-157
        17.  ---  by Malcolm Warner, pp. 158-160
        18. Document, pp. 161-166
        19. On Reading Recent Soviet Judaica by Maurice Friedberg, pp. 167-176
        20. [+]
          Marxism in France Today by Pierre Naville, pp. 177-179 - 1 Review
          1. Marxism in Modern France by George Lichtheim
        21. The Second International by Peter Nettl, pp. 180-182
        22. [+]
          Russia and Asia by Geoffrey Wheeler, pp. 183-185 - 1 Review
          1. Soviet Russia and Asia, 1917-1927 by Harish Kapur
        23. Our Contributors, pp. 186-190
      2. [+]
        April 1967 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, pp. 3-8
        2. The Soviet Press on the 'Cultural Revoluion', pp. 9-14
        3. Official Exchanges and Comments, pp. 15-43
        4. Inside China: Eyewitnesses, pp. 44-54
        5. Red Guards and Posters, pp. 55-63
        6. Literature the Arts Education, pp. 64-80
        7. The Press, pp. 81-89
        8. Cultural Exchanges, pp. 90-112
        9. The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, pp. 113-117
        10. The Army, pp. 118-121
        11. Communist Party Opinion, pp. 122-126
        12. 'Collusion' with the United States, pp. 127-130
        13. Diplomatic Protests, pp. 131-138
        14. The Chinese Road to Socialism for Russia and Poland, pp. 139-158
        15. The Personality Cult in Russia and China, pp. 159-197
      3. [+]
        July 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Reflections on the Revolution by Adam B. Ulam, pp. 3-13
        2. Security and Modernisation by T.H. Rigby, pp. 14-33
        3. Resistance and Opposition by D.J.R. Scott, pp. 34-44
        4. Fifty Years of Soviet Education by Jeremy R. Azrael, pp. 45-60
        5. Science Policy and Planning by Loren R. Graham, pp. 61-79
        6. Philosophy by Eugene Kamenka, pp. 80-98
        7. The Peasant by Basile Kerblay, pp. 99-107
        8. Planning Without Theory, 1917-1967 by Leon Smolinski, pp. 108-128
        9. Trade and the Consumer by Marshall I. Goldman, pp. 129-142
        10. Thoughts on Irrationality and Waste by Alec Nove, pp. 143-158
        11. Changes in Economic Thought by Alfred Zauberman, pp. 159-168
        12. Comparative Studies by Morris Ginsberg, pp. 169-172
        13. [+]
          Moscow and Delhi by Violet Conolly, p. 173 - 1 Review
          1. Moscow's Hand in India by Peter Sager
        14. [+]
          Planning the Economy by Philip Hanson, pp. 174-176 - 1 Review
          1. Planning in the Soviet Union by Philippe J. Bernard
        15. Documents: Solzhenitsyn, pp. 177-185
        16. Naum Mikhailovich Jasny, pp. 186-187
        17. Our Contributors, pp. 188-190
      4. [+]
        October 1967 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Mikhail Bulgakov by M.V. Glenny, pp. 3-14
        2. Education and the Working Class by Solomon M. Schwarz, pp. 15-34
        3. Moscow's Foreign Policy by Vernon V. Aspaturian, pp. 35-60
        4. The Administrative Intelligentsia by Alf Edeen, pp. 61-73
        5. Our Contributors, p. 74
        6. Fifty Years of the Soviet Armed Forces by Matthew Gallagher, pp. 75-83
        7. Fifty Years of Soviet Agriculture by Werner Klatt, pp. 84-95
        8. Technology and Nationalism by John R. Thomas, pp. 96-107
        9. [+]
          February 1917 by Abraham Ascher, pp. 108-112 - 1 Review
          1. Russia 1917: The February Revolution by George Katkov
        10. [+]
          In Eastern Europe by George A. Schopflin, pp. 113-116 - 1 Review
          1. The New Eastern Europe by J.F. Brown
        11. Index for 1967, pp. 117-122
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1968 = 4 Issues, 89 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Church-State Relations in the USSR by Bohdan R. Bociurkiw, pp. 4-32
        2. Religion and Nationalism in the Caucasus by David M. Lang, pp. 33-47
        3. Soviet Baptists Today by Michael Bourdeaux and Peter Reddaway, pp. 48-66
        4. Soviet Islam by Geoffrey Wheeler, pp. 67-76
        5. The Jewish Question by Zvi Gitelman, pp. 77-83
        6. Sects and the Survival of Religion by Ethel Dunn, pp. 84-91
        7. The Spiritual in recent Soviet Literature by Albert Todd, pp. 92-107
        8. Vatican Policy towards Eastern Europe by Hansjakob Stehle, pp. 108-116
        9. Last Year in Marienbad by Hermann Stoger, pp. 117-128
        10. The Costs of the Revolution by Sidney Hook, pp. 129-137
        11. Czechoslovak Writers by Pavel Tigrid, pp. 138-141
        12. [+]
          The Impact of 1917 Abroad by George Lichtheim, pp. 142-144 - 1 Review
          1. The Impact of the Russian Revolution, 1917-1967 by The Royal Institute of International Affairs, ...
        13. [+]
          Sinyavsky and Daniel on Trial by Michael Glenny, pp. 145-146 - 1 Review
          1. On Trial by Max Hayward
        14. Two Rewarding Studies by Violet Conolly, pp. 147-149
        15. [+]
          Dedijier's Road to Sarajevo by Stevan K. Pavlowitch, pp. 150-155 - 1 Review
          1. The Road to Sarajevo by Vladimir Dedijer
        16. [+]
          Portraits of Revolutionaries by Sheila Fitzpatrick, pp. 156-157 - 1 Review
          1. Revolutionary Silhouettes by Anatoly V. Lunacharsky
        17. Introduction to the USSR by C.G. Bogefeldt, p. 158
        18. In Memoriam by Richard Lourie, pp. 159-161
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 162-166
      2. [+]
        April 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Nation-State in the Nuclear Age by Pierre Hassner, pp. 3-27
        2. The Past and Future of Nationalism in China by Joseph R. Levenson, pp. 28-40
        3. Nationalism in India by Nirad C. Chaudhuri, pp. 41-56
        4. The Christian-Marxist Dialogue by Neil McInnes, pp. 57-76
        5. Bonn and Pankow by Melvin Croan, pp. 77-89
        6. Student Revolt by Harold Hurwitz, pp. 90-99
        7. How it Really Began by Leon Smolinski, pp. 100-115
        8. The Soviet North by Terence Armstrong, pp. 116-121
        9. Document, pp. 122-138
        10. [+]
          Diamat Revisited by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 139-141 - 1 Review
          1. The Evolution of Dialectical Materialism by Zbigniew A. Jordan
        11. [+]
          Lenin and 1917 by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 142-144 - 1 Review
          1. Lenin and the Russian Revolution by Harold Shukman
        12. [+]
          Russia in Asia by Ann Sheehy, pp. 145-149 - 2 Reviews
          1. Beyond the Urals by Violet Conolly
          2. The Soviet Middle East by Alec Nove and J.A. Newth
        13. The First Ten Years of Italian Communism by Gino Bianco, pp. 150-155
        14. [+]
          Political Science and Eastern Europe by Melvin Croan, pp. 156-157 - 1 Review
          1. The Politics of the European Communist States by Ghita Ionescu
        15. [+]
          Hungary, 1919 by George Gomori, pp. 158-159 - 1 Review
          1. Bela Kun and the Hungarian Soviet Republic by Rudolf L. Tokes
        16. [+]
          Lenin by Harold Shukman, pp. 160-162 - 1 Review
          1. Lenin: The Man, the Theorist, the Leader by Leonard Schapiro and Peter Reddaway
        17. [+]
          Definitive Translation? by Victor S. Frank, pp. 163-165 - 3 Reviews
          1. Love and Other Stories by Yuri Olesha
          2. Sister My Life by Boris Pasternak
          3. The Tale of the Unextinguished Moon, and Other Stories by Boris Pilnyak
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 166-169
      3. [+]
        July 1968 Issue = 32 Articles
        1. Students and Revolution by Leopold Labedz, pp. 3-28
        2. The French Student Revolt by Francois Bourricaud, pp. 29-37
        3. Is There a Left-Wing Fascism? by Gunther Zehm, pp. 38-43
        4. International Communism by Roger Salloch, pp. 44-55
        5. Ten Weeks that Shook Czechoslovakia by Fritz Beer, pp. 56-66
        6. Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads by Vera Blackwell, pp. 67-79
        7. Documents---Czechoslovakia, p. 80
        8. 'On the Subject of Opposition' by Vaclav Havel, pp. 80-82
        9. 'Banging One's Head Against the Wall' by Ivan Svitak, pp. 83-86
        10. Poland by A. Ross Johnson, pp. 87-98
        11. Documents---Poland, p. 99
        12. Polish Writers' Meeting, pp. 100-110
        13. Writers---Politics---Culture by Jan Ruszczyc, pp. 111-113
        14. Resolution of the Polish Students, p. 114
        15. Students and Zionists, pp. 115-117
        16. Introduction, pp. 118-121
        17. Before and during the Revolution by M. Philips Price, pp. 122-124
        18. Under Lenin and Stalin by William Henry Chamberlin, pp. 125-130
        19. A Journalist in Utopia by Eugene Lyons, pp. 131-132
        20. The Thirties and the Fifties by Klaus Mehnert, pp. 133-134
        21. Today and Yesterday by Herman Porzgen, pp. 135-137
        22. 'Caro Censore' by Vero Roberti, pp. 138-144
        23. Khrushchev and the Press by Arrigo Levi, pp. 145-147
        24. Reflections on Coming Back by Robert J. Korengold, pp. 148-157
        25. In the Shadow of 1947 by Obozrevatel, pp. 158-162
        26. Under Kosygin and Brezhnev by Pietro Sormani, pp. 163-167
        27. TV: Pictures from Moscow by Ulrich Schiller, p. 168
        28. Dear Editor by Leopold Labedz, pp. 169-178
        29. [+]
          Solzhenitsyn's 'Cancer Ward' by Daniel Weissbort, pp. 179-184 - 1 Review
          1. Cancer Ward by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
        30. Document---Soviet Union, pp. 185-186
        31. An Open Letter to Konstantin Fedin by Veniamin Kaverin, pp. 187-188
        32. Our Contributors, pp. 189-194
      4. [+]
        October 1968 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The Lessons of Prague by Gunter Grass, pp. 3-6
        2. Czechoslovakia and After by Leopold Labedz, pp. 7-21
        3. Documents---Czechoslovakia, pp. 22-38
        4. Universities and Violence by Max Beloff, pp. 39-40
        5. Emancipation of a Generation by Marc Ferro, pp. 41-42
        6. Patterns of Irrationality by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 43-51
        7. An Indispensible Activity by John Mander, pp. 52-54
        8. The Chiliastic Urge by Colin Crouch, pp. 55-61
        9. Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy by Sidney Hook, pp. 62-75
        10. Group Identity and Political Change by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 76-98
        11. 'Attack or Defend...' by Patrick Waddington, pp. 99-106
        12. Documents---Soviet Union, pp. 107-121
        13. The Moscow Correspondent by Robert Conquest, pp. 122-124
        14. Poland and Czechoslovakia by Joseph Frankel, pp. 125-133
        15. [+]
          Soviet Policy and the Middle East War by George Heitmann, pp. 134-144 - 2 Reviews
          1. Israel and World Politics by Theodore Draper
          2. The Road to War, 1967 by Walter Laqueur
        16. [+]
          'The Cancer Ward', Part II by Manya Harari, pp. 145-149 - 1 Review
          1. Cancer Ward by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
        17. Letters to the Editor, pp. 150-153
        18. Quarterly Notes, pp. 154-163
        19. Our Contributors, p. 164
        20. Index for 1968, pp. 165-170
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1969 = 3 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter-Spring 1969 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Ideologies, Past and Present by Maurice Cranston, pp. 3-11
        2. Students by Donald G. MacRae, pp. 12-17
        3. European Social Democracy Since the War by Neil McInnes, pp. 18-31
        4. International Communism by Roger Salloch, pp. 32-55
        5. Nationalism in Western Europe by Godfried van Benthem van den Bergh, pp. 56-67
        6. Africa by Russell Warren Howe, pp. 68-73
        7. A Comment by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 74-75
        8. Revolutionary Movements in Latin America by David Kimche, pp. 76-85
        9. The Warsaw Pact by Roman Kolkowicz, pp. 86-101
        10. Spheres of Influence by Bennett Kovrig, pp. 102-120
        11. Detente by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 121-148
        12. Dissident Intellectuals by Donald D. Barry, pp. 149-153
        13. The Politics of Economic Reforms by Werner Klatt, pp. 154-164
        14. A Comment by Gregory Grossman, pp. 165-168
        15. Soviet Planning and Grinevetskii by Alec Nove, pp. 169-171
        16. A Rejoinder by Leon Smolinski, pp. 172-177
        17. The Soviet Pacific Bastion by Violet Conolly, pp. 178-192
        18. Collective Lack of Leadership by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 193-199
        19. [+]
          Inferno a la Russe by Victor S. Frank, pp. 200-201 - 1 Review
          1. The First Circle by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
        20. [+]
          Martov and Lenin by Jonathan Frankel, pp. 202-205 - 1 Review
          1. Martov by Israel Getzler
        21. Soviet Scholarship by Maxim Mikulak, pp. 206-209
        22. Marxism, Liberalism and the Process of Industrialization by James D. Young, pp. 210-222
        23. [+]
          Whither Africa? by Dennis Austin, pp. 223-226 - 1 Review
          1. The African Predicament by Stanislav Andreski
        24. Quarterly Notes by L.L., pp. 227-250
        25. Documents---Soviet Union, pp. 251-269
        26. Our Contributors, pp. 270-278
      2. [+]
        Summer 1969 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The Atlantic Alliance by Paul-Henri Spaak, pp. 3-6
        2. Common Market and Common Ideology by John Pinder, pp. 7-18
        3. The Soviet Union and the Third World by John Keep, pp. 19-38
        4. Five Views by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 39-40
        5.  ---  by Melvin Croan, pp. 41-44
        6.  ---  by Pierre Hassner, pp. 45-50
        7.  ---  by Tibor Szamuely, pp. 51-68
        8.  ---  by Peter Wiles, pp. 69-73
        9. Equality and Affluence by John Vaizey, pp. 74-85
        10. McInnes and Social Democracy by Walter Kendall, pp. 86-90
        11. Psychological Reflections on Terror by Manes Sperber, pp. 91-107
        12. Koestler Revisited by Otto Ulc, pp. 108-121
        13. Georg Lukacs by Neil McInnes, pp. 122-140
        14. Krupskaya Purges by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 141-155
        15. The Unholy Family by Maurice Cranston, pp. 156-157
        16. It Couldn't Happen Again by Daniel Weissbort, pp. 158-161
        17. Documents---Soviet Union, pp. 162-163
        18. Documents---USA, pp. 164-168
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 169-174
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1969 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Contentious Millennium by Francois Duchene, pp. 3-21
        2. Black and White by Walter Kaufmann, pp. 22-46
        3. Will the USSR Survive until 1984? by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 47-79
        4. The Communist 'Middle Class' in the USSR and Poland by Zbigniew Byrski, pp. 80-92
        5. The Concept of Totalitarianism by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 93-115
        6. Interest Articulation by Francis G. Castles, pp. 116-132
        7. Documents and Reflections by Pavel Tigrid, pp. 133-164
        8. Austrian Communism after Czechoslovakia by Kevin Devlin, pp. 165-177
        9. [+]
          Soviet Scientific Organization by Raymond Hutchings, pp. 178-184 - 1 Review
          1. Science Policy in the U.S.S.R. by E. Zaleski, J.P. Kozlowski, H. Wienert, and R.W. Davies, ...
        10. [+]
          Relevant History by Melvin Croan, pp. 185-187 - 2 Reviews
          1. Whither Germany? by Walter Ulbricht
          2. On Questions of Socialist Construction in the GDR by Walter Ulbricht
        11. [+]
          Soviet Sociology by Elizabeth Weinberg, pp. 188-190 - 4 Reviews
          1. Soviet Sociology by Alex Simirenko
          2. Science and Ideology in Soviet Society by George Fischer
          3. Prospects for Soviet Society by Allen Kassof
          4. Social Change in Soviet Russia by Alex Inkeles
        12. [+]
          Industrialism and Revolution by James D. Young, pp. 191-193 - 1 Review
          1. The Making of the English Working Class by E.P. Thompson
        13. Document---A Letter from Solzhenitsyn by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, p. 194
        14. Manya Harari, pp. 195-197
        15. Letters to the Editor, pp. 198-200
        16. Quarterly Notes, pp. 201-215
        17. Our Contributors, p. 216
        18. Index for 1969, pp. 217-222
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 9 Years, 31 Issues, 545 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1970 = 3 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter-Spring 1970 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Development versus Utopia in Communist Policy by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 3-27
        2. Soviet and Chinese Political Development by David Luck, pp. 28-48
        3. Finnish Communism by Kevin Devlin, pp. 49-69
        4. Canadian Communism by William Rodney, pp. 70-82
        5. Journey to Siberia by Max Hayward, pp. 83-86
        6. 'Will the USSR Survive...?' by Anatole Shub, pp. 87-94
        7. An Open Letter to Kuznetsov by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 95-101
        8. 'I Want to be Understood Correctly' by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 102-109
        9. An Open Letter to Amalrik by Pyotr Yakir, pp. 110-111
        10. Czechoslovakia by Pavel Tigrid, pp. 112-142
        11. The History of Inter-War Poland Today by Antony Polonsky, pp. 143-159
        12. Vadim Sidur by M.S., pp. 160-162
        13. The Restoration of Ancient Monuments in the USSR by S.T. Palmer, pp. 163-174
        14. Comrade Bulatov's Italian Journey by Stuart Hood, pp. 175-184
        15. Chronicle of Current Events, pp. 185-206
        16. How People Read 'Ivan Denisovich' by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, pp. 207-220
        17. Lenin as a Book Reviewer by Ralph Carter Elwood, pp. 221-224
        18. Histronics as History in Transition by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 225-236
        19. Moscow, Peking and Black American Revolution by Robin Alison Remington, pp. 237-252
        20. Inside the Warsaw Pact by Peter Bender, pp. 253-269
        21. The Mediterranean Threat by Lawrence L. Whetten, pp. 270-281
        22. The Decline of Italian Democracy? by Victor A. Velen, pp. 282-289
        23. Quarterly Notes, pp. 290-310
        24. Amalrik, pp. 311-313
        25. Our Contributors, pp. 314-330
      2. [+]
        Summer 1970 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Communist Doctrine and Soviet Diplomacy by Adam Ulam, pp. 3-16
        2. New Soviet Views on Economic Aid by Elizabeth Valkenier, pp. 17-29
        3. Nato and German Reunification by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 30-40
        4. European Security Conference by Robert Legvold, pp. 41-52
        5. Stalin the Appeaser by Maury Lisann, pp. 53-63
        6. The Soviet Union and the Liberation of Denmark by Mary Dau, pp. 64-81
        7. The Warsaw Uprising Revisited by Andrzej Korbonski, pp. 82-98
        8. The Liberation of Prague by Ewald Osers, pp. 99-111
        9. Ceausescu's Land by Anthony Stuart, pp. 112-121
        10. R & D in Bucharest by Lloyd Jordan, pp. 122-136
        11. Student Rebellion and Industrial Society by Gerhard A. Ritter, pp. 137-145
        12. [+]
          The CPSU: Then and Now by John Keep, pp. 146-159 - 1 Review
          1. The Roots of Russian Communism by David S. Lane
        13. An Open Letter by A.D. Sakharov, V.F. Turchin, and R.A. Medvedev, pp. 160-170
        14. Letter from a Czech Academic, pp. 171-173
        15. Our Contributors, pp. 174-178
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1970 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. USA by Edward Shils, pp. 3-16
        2. East Africa by Rajat Neogy, pp. 17-29
        3. Mao and the Classless Society by Dennis M. Ray, pp. 30-50
        4. The Sino-Soviet Split and Party Legitimacy by Dan C. Heldman, pp. 51-58
        5. Peking and Eastern Europe by M. Kamil Dziewanowski, pp. 59-74
        6. Soviet Hegemony and Detente with the West by Paul Lendvai, pp. 75-92
        7. Tito's Legacy by Ilija Jukic, pp. 93-108
        8. Albania after Khrushchev by Peter Prifti, pp. 109-127
        9. Interview by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 128-135
        10.  ---  by Pyotr Yakir, pp. 136-138
        11.  ---  by Vladimir Bukovsky, pp. 139-145
        12. My Apologia by Victor Velsky, pp. 146-174
        13. Mental Prisons by Sergei Pisarev, pp. 175-180
        14. Diary by Pyotr Grigorenko, pp. 181-187
        15. The Warsaw Uprising by Geoffrey Hudson, pp. 188-194
        16. A Rejoinder by Andrzej Korbonski, pp. 195-198
        17. Cuba by David Buchan, pp. 199-204
        18. Letters to the Editor, pp. 205-206
        19. A Tribute by Lord Stow Hill, pp. 207-208
        20. A Reminiscence by Richard Pipes, pp. 209-210
        21. Our Contributors, pp. 211-212
        22. Index for 1970, pp. 213-218
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1971 = 4 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1971 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Technocracy and Politics by Daniel Bell, pp. 1-24
        2. A Critique of Bell by Jean Floud, pp. 25-36
        3. A Comment on Bell by Peter Wiles, pp. 37-42
        4. Post-Industrial Society and the Paradoxes of Welfare by Francois Bourricaud, pp. 43-59
        5. Technological Forecasting and Politics by Giovanni Sartori, pp. 60-68
        6. Post-Industrial Society and Cultural Diversity by Ken'ichi Tominaga, pp. 69-77
        7. Inzhir by Joseph Berger, pp. 78-91
        8. [+]
          The Great Terror Revised by Robert Conquest, pp. 92-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Terror by Robert Conquest
        9. Soviet Intellectuals Soldier On by Michael Scammell, pp. 99-106
        10. The Dilemma of Dissidence by Jonathan Harris, pp. 107-122
        11. Alcoholism in the USSR by David E. Powell, pp. 123-137
        12. From Marx to Marcuse by Neil McInnes, pp. 138-155
        13. The Political Linguistics of 'Intellectual' 1898-1918 by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 156-183
        14. Beyond Dogma by Milovan Djilas, pp. 184-188
        15. India and the Soviet Union by Harish Kapur, pp. 189-215
        16. Soviet-Indonesian Relations since 1965 by Robert C. Horn, pp. 216-232
        17. Our Contributors, pp. 233-238
      2. [+]
        Spring 1971 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Soviet Russia by Robert G. Wesson, pp. 1-13
        2. Dissidence in Moscow by Pietro Sormani, pp. 14-20
        3. Samizdat, pp. 21-59
        4. Personalities and Issues by Gerald Segal, pp. 60-65
        5. Samizdat by S. Razumny, pp. 66-73
        6. After Ulbricht by Melvin Croan, pp. 74-92
        7. Chile under Allende by Luis Mercier Vega, pp. 93-101
        8. The Evolution of an Idea by Daniel Bell, pp. 102-168
        9. Semites and anti-Semites by Bernard Lewis, pp. 169-184
        10. Samizdat: Jews in the USSR by Roy Medvedev, pp. 185-200
        11. [+]
          Power and its Uses by Maurice Cranston, pp. 201-206 - 1 Review
          1. Change in Communist Systems by Chalmers Johnson
        12. [+]
          Khrushchev Remembers by Robert Conquest, p. 207 - 1 Review
          1. Khrushchev Remembers: The Last Testament by Nikita S. Khrushchev, Edward Crankshaw, and Strobe Talbott, ...
        13. [+]
          Cuba: A Long View by David Buchan, pp. 207-211 - 1 Review
          1. Cuba: The Pursuit of Freedom by Hugh Thomas
        14. Letter to the Editor, p. 212
        15. Our Contributors, pp. 213-216
      3. [+]
        Summer 1971 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Historical Knowledge by Hugh Trevor-Roper, pp. 2-12
        2. Our Current Sense of History by Ernest Gellner, pp. 13-30
        3. History in the 19th Century by Morse Peckham, pp. 31-36
        4. Hope and Hopelessness by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 37-52
        5. Political Prospects by Michael Costello, pp. 53-73
        6. The Polish Economy by Jerzy Gambit, pp. 74-89
        7. One Kind of Magic by Tomasz Stalinski, pp. 90-97
        8. Consolidation and Beyond by Robert W. Dean, pp. 98-111
        9. Urban Guerrilla by Alexander Craig, pp. 112-128
        10. Soviet Foreign Policy and the Military by John R. Thomas, pp. 129-156
        11. An Ostpolitik for the European Community by John Pinder, pp. 157-179
        12. The Intelligentsia and the Democratic Movement by K. Volny, pp. 180-190
        13. A Word to the Nation, pp. 191-199
        14. The Forgotten Massacres, pp. 200-201
        15. [+]
          The Survivors by Ronald Hingley, pp. 202-205 - 2 Reviews
          1. Shipwreck of a Generation by Joseph Berger
          2. Hope Against Hope by Nadezhda Mandelstam
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 206-208
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1971 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Background and Prospects by Richard Pipes, pp. 1-9
        2. Soviet Policy towards the Arab World 1955-71 by Oded Eran and Jerome E. Singer, pp. 10-29
        3. Soviet Science and Foreign Policy by Tony Longrigg, pp. 30-50
        4. Soviet Science Policy and the Scientific Establishment by Linda Lubrano Greenberg, pp. 51-63
        5. Lysenko Revisited by Ronald Hingley, pp. 64-66
        6. The Nations of the USSR in 1970 by Roman Szporluk, pp. 67-100
        7. Whither the Russian Theatre by Ossia Trilling, pp. 101-110
        8. Soviet Mental Prisons24C II, pp. 111-164
        9. Several Stalins by Robert C. Tucker, pp. 165-178
        10. Stalin in the Second World War by James Douglas#2, pp. 179-187
        11. Inspired by Amalrik by George Moldau, pp. 188-202
        12. Shawcross's Dubcek by Moravus, pp. 203-215
        13. Letter to the Editor, p. 216
        14. Our Contributors, pp. 217-218
        15. Index for 1971, pp. 219-224
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1972 = 4 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1972 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. My Testament by Nadezhda Mandelshtam, pp. 1-7
        2. The Destiny of Writers in Revolutionary Movements by Leopold Labedz, pp. 8-46
        3. From 'Dreams of Reason' to 'Dreams of Unreason' by Juan Lopez-Morillas, pp. 47-62
        4. Marxist Literary Criticism Today by Peter Demetz, pp. 63-72
        5. The Decline of Socialist Realism by Max Hayward, pp. 73-97
        6. Literary Conflicts in the 1920s by Robert A. Maguire, pp. 98-127
        7. About That and About Some Other Things by Edward J. Brown, pp. 128-157
        8. Yugoslav Literature and Politics by Branko Lenski, pp. 158-171
        9. [+]
          The Future in Soviet Science Fiction by Cyril Bryner, pp. 172-182 - 1 Review
          1. Andromeda by Ivan A. Yefremov
        10. Europe and America in a Pentagonal World by Andrew J. Pierre, pp. 183-201
        11. Misbehavioural Sciences by Maurice Cranston, pp. 202-208
        12. Nicola Chiaromonte by Gino Bianco, pp. 209-212
        13. Political Fanaticism in an Age of Doubt by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 213-216
        14. Philip E. Mosely by Elizabeth Valkenier, pp. 217-218
        15. The Case of Valentin Moroz, pp. 219-222
        16. Letters to the Editor, pp. 223-230
        17. Our Contributors, pp. 231-236
      2. [+]
        Spring 1972 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Djilas versus Marx by Mihajlo Mihajlov, pp. 1-13
        2. The Rise and Fall of Earl Browder by Philip J. Jaffe, pp. 14-65
        3. Africa in the 1970s by Ali A. Mazrui, pp. 66-82
        4. Egypt's Politics of Conspiracy by P.J. Vatikiotis, pp. 83-99
        5. Solzhenitsyn and the Nobel Prize by Per Egil Hegge, pp. 100-111
        6. [+]
          Solzhenitsyn's 'August 1914' by Michael Glenny, pp. 112-122 - 1 Review
          1. August 1914 by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
        7. The Case of Vladimir Bukovsky, pp. 123-160
        8. An Open Letter by Grigori Svirsky, pp. 161-167
        9. Two Declarations, pp. 168-171
        10. Farewell to an Incorrigible Girl by Tadeusz Nowakowski, pp. 172-175
        11. Merle Fainsod by Paul Cocks, pp. 176-177
        12. Letters to the Editor, p. 178
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 179-184
      3. [+]
        Summer 1972 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Italy by Arrigo Levi, pp. 1-15
        2. The Balkans by F. Stephen Larrabee, pp. 16-35
        3. East Germany by Robert Bleimann, pp. 36-53
        4. West Germany by Heinz Schurer, pp. 54-55
        5. The Birth of Russian Marxism by Tibor Szamuely, pp. 56-90
        6. The Strange Case of the Comintern by Theodore Draper, pp. 91-137
        7. The Varga Controversy by Philip J. Jaffe, pp. 138-160
        8. The Generational Factor by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 161-188
        9. Violence From Below by Manes Sperber, pp. 189-204
        10. Anarchism---Past and Present by Heinz Schurer, pp. 205-208
        11. Political Diary by Anthony Astrachan, pp. 209-222
        12. Memorandum by Andrei D. Sakharov, pp. 223-233
        13. An Open Letter by Valentin Prussakov, pp. 234-236
        14. Address from the Catholics of Lithuania, pp. 237-240
        15. Our Contributors, pp. 241-244
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1972 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The Technology of an Expulsion by David Bonavia, pp. 1-12
        2. Reporting from Moscow by Per Egil Hegge, pp. 13-29
        3. The Soviet Union, China and Japan by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 30-37
        4. The New Age of Japan-US Relations by Fuji Kamiya, pp. 38-45
        5. Prospects for Relations with the USSR by Rinjiro Harako, pp. 46-54
        6. Post-War Japanese-Chinese Relations by Shinkichi Eto, pp. 55-65
        7. Japan and China by Wolf Mendl, pp. 66-73
        8. Japanese Intellectuals by Ivan P. Hall, pp. 74-94
        9. Solitude and Solidarity by Mitsuro Muto, pp. 95-102
        10. How the Japanese Press Yielded to Peking by Osamu Miyoshi, pp. 103-125
        11. Japan's Economy and Foreign Policy by Saburo Okita, pp. 126-141
        12. The 'Japanese Dilemma' by Willard Barber, pp. 142-149
        13. After the Shokku by G.F. Hudson, pp. 150-153
        14. The Other Terror by B. Williamson, pp. 154-159
        15. Letter to the Editor, pp. 160-161
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 162-163
        17. Index for 1972, pp. 164-168
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1973 = 4 Issues, 69 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1973 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Current Soviet Historiography by John Keep, pp. 3-20
        2. Vekhi and the Vekhi Dispute by Jeffrey Brooks, pp. 21-50
        3. Russian Nationalism in Samizdat by Dimitry Pospielovsky, pp. 51-74
        4. Samizdat by Yuri Glazov, pp. 75-91
        5. Samizdat by O.A. Altayev, pp. 92-113
        6. Samizdat by Anonymous, pp. 114-122
        7. Croatian Nationalism by George Schopflin, pp. 123-146
        8. Soviet-American Relations and the African Arena by Helen Desfosses Cohn, pp. 147-164
        9. Neo-Colonialism, Imperialism and the 'New Class' by L.H. Gann, pp. 165-183
        10. The Congo in Soviet Policy by Benjamin Nimer, pp. 184-210
        11. [+]
          Judge in a Communist State by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 211-212 - 1 Review
          1. The Judge in a Communist State by Otto Ulc
        12. Tibor Szamuely by Robert Conquest, p. 213
        13. Victor S. Frank by L.L., p. 214
        14. Our Contributors, pp. 215-220
      2. [+]
        Spring 1973 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, pp. 1-10
        2. USA and European Security by Karl Kaiser, pp. 11-40
        3. Operational Principles of Soviet Foreign Policy by Richard Pipes, pp. 41-61
        4. On Detente by Paul Seabury, pp. 62-75
        5. Detente by Pierre Hassner, pp. 76-100
        6. Introduction by Jan. F. Triska, pp. 101-102
        7. Soviet Union, USA, China by Vernon V. Aspaturian, pp. 103-122
        8. Comment by Robert A. Scalapino, pp. 123-126
        9. Comment by Benjamin Zook, pp. 127-128
        10. Comment by Jan F. Triska, pp. 129-131
        11. US-Soviet Relations by Jack F. Matlock, pp. 132-139
        12. Soviet Union and the Communist World by Herbert S. Dinerstein, pp. 140-150
        13. Comment by Paul Cocks, pp. 151-159
        14. From SALT I to SALT II by Wolfgang Panofsky, pp. 160-174
        15. Comment by Marshall D. Shulman, pp. 175-182
        16. Comment by Richard F. Staar, pp. 183-187
        17. Soviet Foreign Policy---A New Perspective by William Zimmerman, pp. 188-198
        18. Comment by Alexander Dallin, pp. 199-204
        19. Comment by Arnold Horelick, pp. 205-208
        20. USSR and the Third World by Morton Schwartz, pp. 209-244
        21. A Letter from Prague by George Moldau, pp. 245-249
        22. A Conversation with Ota Sik by George R. Urban, pp. 250-270
        23. Statement by the Human Rights Committee by Andrei Sakharov, pp. 271-273
        24. Letter to the Editor, p. 274
        25. Our Contributors, pp. 275-280
      3. [+]
        Summer 1973 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. America and Europe by Raymond Aron, pp. 1-4
        2. The Logic of Unilateralism by George Ball, pp. 5-11
        3. The Soviet Union and Western Europe by Leopold Labedz, pp. 12-29
        4. America, Russia and Europe in the Light of the Nixon Doctrine by Richard Pipes, pp. 30-40
        5. The USSR and the Third World by Elizabeth Valkenier, pp. 41-49
        6. An Atlantic-Japanese Energy Policy by Walter J. Levy, pp. 50-73
        7. Detente by Walter Laqueur, pp. 74-87
        8. Disparities in East-West Relations by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 88-96
        9. The Accession of the USSR to the Geneva Copyright Convention by Adam Bromberg, pp. 97-103
        10. Broadcasting to Eastern Europe by Maurice Latey, pp. 104-113
        11. Social Stratification and Sociology in the Soviet Union by S.M. Lipset and Richard B. Dobson, pp. 114-185
        12. Family and Sex in the Soviet Union and the USA by Paul Hollander, pp. 186-215
        13. Sociology---For Whom? by Melvin Croan, pp. 216-217
        14. The Soviet Passenger Car Industry by William P. Baxter, pp. 218-240
        15. [+]
          Revolution in Central Europe by Gordon A. Craig, pp. 241-243 - 1 Review
          1. Revolution in Central Europe, 1918-1919 by F.L. Carsten
        16. Letters to the Editor, pp. 244-246
        17. Our Contributors, pp. 247-256
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1973 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. China and the Road Ahead by Robert A. Scalapino, pp. 1-22
        2. New Politics in Russia? by Sidney Ploss, pp. 23-35
        3. The Concept of Planning in the Soviet Union by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 36-44
        4. Samizdat, pp. 45-65
        5. The Communist Party of Germany (KPD), 1956-1968 by Richard Loss, pp. 66-85
        6. The Comintern and the "Negro Question" by Roger E. Kanet, pp. 86-122
        7. The Cold War Revisionists and What They Omit by Philip J. Jaffe, pp. 123-143
        8. America's Non-policy in Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Cold War by Hugh B. Hammett, pp. 144-162
        9. An Interview with Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, pp. 163-177
        10. [+]
          Review Revolution Administered, by Nissan Oren by Daniel N. Nelson, pp. 178-180 - 1 Review
          1. Revolution Administered by Nissan Oren
        11. The Memoirs of a Red Count by Alvar Alsterdal, pp. 181-183
        12. Our Contributors, p. 184
        13. Index for 1973, pp. 185-192
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1974 = 3 Issues, 43 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1974 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Low Impact of Soviet Writing and Aid on Indian Thinking and Policy by Stephen Clarkson, pp. 1-23
        2. Towards a Socialist Corporation by Leon Smolinski, pp. 24-35
        3. Oppposition in the Ukraine by Konstantyn Sawczuk, pp. 36-46
        4. Daniil Granin and the World of Soviet Science by Keith Armes, pp. 47-59
        5. Waiting for Dinner by Norman Davies, pp. 60-61
        6. A Multidimensional Approach to Contemporary Polish Stratification by Michalina Vaughan, pp. 62-74
        7. The Ordeal of Nikola Petkov and the Consolidation of Communist Rule in Bulgaria by John E. Horner, pp. 75-83
        8. The "Revolution in Military Affairs" and Party-Military Relations, 1965-70 by Christopher D. Jones, pp. 84-100
        9. War and Communism by Robert G. Wesson, pp. 101-117
        10. The Communist Party of Great Britain by Walter Kendall, pp. 118-131
        11. Totalitarianism, Democracy and the British Labour Movement before 1917 by James D. Young, pp. 132-153
        12. [+]
          The Western Marxists by Thomas Molnar, pp. 154-158 - 1 Review
          1. The Western Marxists by Neil McInnes
        13. The Achievement of Max Nomad, Impossibilist, 1881-1973 by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 159-163
        14. Obituaries, pp. 164-169
        15. Our Contributors, pp. 170-176
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1974 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Detente: An Evaluation, pp. 1-27
        2. Cultural Exchange and its Prospects by Francois Bondy and George Urban, pp. 28-45
        3. Detente and Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe by J.F. Brown, pp. 46-58
        4. Gierek's Three Years by Robert W. Dean, pp. 59-76
        5. Rumanian Nationalism by George Schopflin, pp. 77-104
        6. Rumanian Foreign Policy by Robert R. King, pp. 105-120
        7. The Rolland-Barbusse Debate by David James Fisher, pp. 121-159
        8. The Rediscovery of Amadeo Bordiga by Earlene Craver, pp. 160-175
        9. Lukacs's Road to Marx by Lee Congdon, pp. 176-205
        10. The Fellow-Travellers by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 206-210
        11. [+]
          The Gulag Archipelago by Michael Heller, pp. 211-227 - 1 Review
          1. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
        12. Documents by Lydia Chukovskaya, pp. 228-240
        13. Letter to L.I. Brezhnev by Yu. F. Orlov, pp. 241-245
        14. Our Contributors, pp. 246-256
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1974 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Kidnapping to Win Friends and Influence People by Roberta Wohlstetter, pp. 1-40
        2. Cultural Exchange and Its Prospects II by Robert F. Byrnes and George Urban, pp. 41-66
        3. The Franco-Soviet Rapprochement after de Gaulle by Robert Legvold, pp. 67-93
        4. An Interview with a CPSU Functionary by A. Pravdin and Mervyn Matthews, pp. 94-104
        5. Western Correspondents in Moscow by Francis Cunningham, pp. 105-112
        6. Scientists-entrepreneurs in the Soviet Union by John Lowenhardt, pp. 113-121
        7. A Recent Trend on the Historical Front by George M. Enteen, pp. 122-131
        8. Political Innovation in Rumania by Kenneth Jowitt, pp. 132-151
        9. [+]
          The Gulag Archipelago, Volume 2 by Michael Heller, pp. 152-166 - 1 Review
          1. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
        10. The New Kontinent by Hilary Sternberg, pp. 167-171
        11. Agnes Smedley in China by Philip J. Jaffe, pp. 172-179
        12. Obituary by David Spitz and Bernard Morris, pp. 180-181
        13. Our Contributors, p. 182
        14. Index for 1974, pp. 183-192
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1975 = 3 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1975 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Allied Leadership in the Second World War by Robert Dallek, pp. 1-10
        2. Stalin by Alexander Dallin, pp. 11-18
        3. Churchill by David Dilks, pp. 19-28
        4. Comment by George F. Kennan, pp. 29-36
        5. Reflections by Hugh Seton-Watson, pp. 37-42
        6. USA-USSR by George Urban and Richard Pipes, pp. 43-64
        7. The Energy Gap in Eastern Europe by John M. Kramer, pp. 65-78
        8. A Quarter of a Century of the Two Germanies by Melvin Croan, pp. 79-84
        9. The Theatre of the Absurd in Czechoslovakia by Marketa Goetz Stankiewicz, pp. 85-100
        10. Eastern European Integration by Phillip J. Bryson and Erich Klinkmuller, pp. 101-127
        11. Marx's Grundrisse and the Asiatic Mode of Production by Samuel H. Baron, pp. 128-147
        12. Lenin's Last Phase by Adam B. Ulam, pp. 148-159
        13. Stalin and the Detectives by Michael Heller, pp. 160-175
        14. Letter to Academician Andrei Snezhnevsky by Viktor Nekrasov, pp. 176-178
        15. Introduction by Viktor Nekrasov, p. 179
        16. A Manual on Psychiatry for Dissidents by Vladimir Bukovsky and Semyon Gluzman, pp. 180-200
        17. Our Contributors, pp. 201-208
      2. [+]
        Summer 1975 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Top Incomes in the USSR by Mervyn Matthews, pp. 1-27
        2. Recent Data on Soviet Income Distribution by Peter Wiles, pp. 28-41
        3. The Soviet Parallel Market by Dimitri K. Simes, pp. 42-52
        4. The General Department of the CC of the CPSU by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 53-65
        5. The Ebb and Flow of Sino-Soviet Literary Relations by Julian L. Laychuk, pp. 66-80
        6. Soviet Interest in Ireland by Marcus Wheeler, pp. 81-93
        7. Rumania by Graeme J. Gill, pp. 94-113
        8. Speech by Alexander Solzhenitsyn to the AFL-CIO, pp. 114-132
        9. Solzhenitsyn in Exile by John B. Dunlop, pp. 133-154
        10. Survivors from Utopia by Michael Heller, pp. 155-166
        11. Letter from Vaclav Havel to Dr Gustav Husak by Vaclav Havel, pp. 167-190
        12. Our Contributors, pp. 191-200
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1975 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Post-Industrial Societ by Robbin Laird, pp. 1-17
        2. Ideology and Education by Dimitri Pospielovsky, pp. 18-39
        3. Soviet-American Confrontation by John A. Armstrong, pp. 40-51
        4. Detente and Science by Earl Callen, pp. 52-59
        5. East German Cultural Scene by Bill Treharne Jones, pp. 60-86
        6. New York Times' Editorial by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 87-89
        7. Italian CP by Edgardo Bartoli, pp. 90-106
        8. Communism in Scandinavia by Richard Cornell, pp. 107-120
        9. Sino-Albanian Relations by Dorothy Grouse Fontana, pp. 121-144
        10. Lenin and Malinovsky by David Amin, pp. 145-156
        11. Lenin, Terror and Political Police by George H. Leggett, pp. 157-187
        12. Lenin, Parvus and Solzhenitsyn by Michael Heller, pp. 188-194
        13. Interview with Prisoners from Perm Camp No. 35, pp. 195-216
        14. Mustafa Dzhemilev by Andrei Grigorenko, pp. 217-222
        15. Letter to the Editor by Marian Sawer, pp. 223-224
        16. Our Contributors, p. 225
        17. Index for Vol. 21, pp. 226-232
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 3 Issues, 81 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1976 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. USA and the World Today by Leopold Labedz, pp. 1-37
        2. Socialist Internationalism by Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone, pp. 38-54
        3. Yugoslavia after the 10th Party Congress by Jacob Walkin, pp. 55-73
        4. Communist Parties in Africa by Roger Kanet, pp. 74-92
        5. Soviet Policy Towards African Regimes by O. Igho Natufe, pp. 93-111
        6. Jewish Emigration and Soviet Policy Models by William Korey, pp. 112-131
        7. Valentyn Moroz by Harvey Fireside, pp. 132-140
        8. Thieves as a Social Phenomenon by Yuri Glazov, pp. 141-156
        9. Historiography of the Great Purges by Robert Conquest, pp. 157-164
        10. [+]
          Gulag III by Michael Heller, pp. 165-177 - 1 Review
          1. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
        11. Acrostic by William Petersen, pp. 178-180
        12. Our Contributors, pp. 181-184
      2. [+]
        Spring 1976 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Ideologies in Soviet Society by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 1-11
        2. The Face of Inhumanity by Lydia Chukovskaya, pp. 12-15
        3. Soviet Policy Towards the Automobile by John M. Kramer, pp. 16-35
        4. Attitudes Towards Death by Leonid Rzhevsky, pp. 36-56
        5. Paying for the Party by Robert H. McNeal, pp. 57-68
        6. Measuring Science by Yakov M. Rabkin, pp. 69-80
        7. Socialist Internationalism18C Part II by Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone, pp. 81-86
        8. US: The Bridgman Delegates by Harvey Klehr, pp. 87-95
        9. The Soviet Intervention in Czechoslovakia and the French CP by Peter Deli, pp. 96-117
        10. The PCI by George Urban, pp. 118-139
        11. Papal-Communist Detente by Dennis J. Dunn, pp. 140-154
        12. Polish Student Theatre by Jeffrey Goldfarb, pp. 155-178
        13. Polish Poetry by Tadeusz Nowakowski, pp. 179-181
        14. A Programme of United Opposition, pp. 182-193
        15. An Open Letter to E. Gierek by Edward Lipinski, pp. 194-203
        16. The Appeal of the 13, pp. 204-205
        17. Acrostic 2 by William Petersen, pp. 206-209
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 210-212
      3. [+]
        Summer/Autumn 1976 Issue = 51 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, pp. 1-10
        2. Europe and the Soviet Union by Andrei Amalrik, pp. 11-12
        3. On the Future of East-West Relations by John A. Armstrong, pp. 13-15
        4. The Future of East-West Relations by Max Beloff, pp. 16-18
        5. Jimmy Who? And Zbigniew Who? by Enzo Bettiza, pp. 19-21
        6. Comments on East-West Relations by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 22-25
        7. Soviet-American Academic Exchange by Robert F. Byrnes, pp. 26-38
        8. Relating to Russia by Robert Conquest, p. 39
        9. The Meaning of Detente by Maurice Cranston, pp. 40-41
        10. The Fruits of Interaction by Alexander Dallin, pp. 42-46
        11. The Need for a New Analysis by Milovan Djilas, pp. 47-51
        12. East-West Polarities by Martin Esslin, pp. 52-55
        13. East & West by Etiemble, pp. 56-57
        14. On the Shifting Balance of Forces by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 58-62
        15. East-West Relations Today by Pierre Hassner, pp. 63-70
        16. "I know there will be a future..." by Michael Heller, pp. 71-73
        17. The Future of East-West Relations by Paul Hollander, pp. 74-81
        18. The Road Ahead by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 82-85
        19. Birth Pangs of a New World Order by Morton A. Kaplan, pp. 86-90
        20. Euro-Communism and East-West Relations by Arrigo Levi, pp. 91-94
        21. Cold War and Detente in the 16th Century by Bernard Lewis, pp. 95-96
        22. The Long Strain of Coexistence by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 97-99
        23. Peking-Washington-Moscow by Roderick MacFarquhar, pp. 100-101
        24. East-West Relations within the Communist Movement by Neil McInnes, pp. 102-105
        25. The Future of East-West Relations by Donald G. MacRae, pp. 106-109
        26. The Future of East-West Relations by Klaus Mehnert, pp. 110-111
        27. On Soviet Policy and Intentions by Alec Nove, pp. 112-114
        28. East-West Economic Competition by John Pinder, pp. 115-118
        29. The Future of East-West Relations by Richard Pipes, p. 119
        30. Reflections on East-West Relations by Robert A. Scalapino, pp. 120-129
        31. The Future of East-West Relations by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 130-132
        32. The Endless Retreat by Hugh Seton-Watson, pp. 133-138
        33. The Burden of 1917 by Edward Shils, pp. 139-146
        34. East-West Relations and the Future by Adam B. Ulam, pp. 147-149
        35. Reflections on East-West Relations by Gustav Wetter, pp. 150-153
        36. Leninism and Weltinnenpolitik by Peter Wiles, pp. 154-162
        37. Racing Forward? Or Ambling Back? by Albert Wohlstetter, pp. 163-217
        38. The Puzzle of European Defence by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 218-232
        39. Solzhenitsyn and European Leftism by Raymond Aron, pp. 233-241
        40. The Cliche of the Sick Society by Manes Sperber, pp. 242-246
        41. Stanislaw Brzozowski by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 247-266
        42. The New Evolutionism by Adam Michnik, pp. 267-277
        43. "I" and "They" by Andrei Sinyavsky, pp. 278-287
        44. The Bolsheviks and the Bantu by Ali A. Mazrui, pp. 288-306
        45. Correspondent in Moscow and Peking by David Bonavia, pp. 307-312
        46. The Arrest and Trial of I.M. Maisky by Alexander Nekrich, pp. 313-320
        47. [+]
          Dissent Through Western Eyes by Abraham Brumberg, pp. 321-326 - 1 Review
          1. Dissent in the USSR by Rudolf L. Tokes
        48. Crostic 3 by William Petersen, pp. 327-330
        49. Answer to Crostic 2, p. 331
        50. Our Contributors, pp. 332-335
        51. Index to Volume 22, pp. 336-344
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1977 = 4 Issues, 68 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1977 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Introduction by John R. Thomas and U.M. Kruse-Vaucienne, pp. 1-28
        2. Science and the Soviet System by Leopold Labedz, pp. 29-35
        3. Political Authorities and the Learned Estate by David Joravsky, pp. 36-41
        4. Planning and Soviet Science by Aron Katsenelinboigen, pp. 42-52
        5. Biology after Stalin by Mark B. Adams, pp. 53-80
        6. Soviet Technology by Arthur E. Humphrey, pp. 81-86
        7. How Science Policy is Formed by John Turkevich, pp. 87-116
        8. The Role of the Academy of Sciences by Loren R. Graham, pp. 117-133
        9. The Study of Science by Yakov M. Rabkin, pp. 134-145
        10. American Science and Soviet Concerns by Thane Gustafson, pp. 146-160
        11. Scientists in the USA and the USSR by Linda L. Lubrano and John K. Berg, pp. 161-193
        12. Obituary by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 194-202
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 203-212
      2. [+]
        Spring 1977 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Soviet Economic Growth by Keith Bush, pp. 1-15
        2. R & D Planning and Financing by Eugene Zaleski, pp. 16-38
        3. Technological Progress and Soviet Politics by Bruce Parrott, pp. 39-60
        4. Soviet Technological Performance by Ronald Amann, pp. 61-72
        5. Technology Transfer to the Soviet Union by Philip Hanson, pp. 73-104
        6. US-USSR Technological Interactions by Herbert I. Fusfeld, pp. 105-111
        7. Soviet Machinery Imports by Donald W. Green and Herbert S. Levine, pp. 112-125
        8. Trial at the Academy, pp. 126-137
        9. An Open Letter from Igor Melchuk to his Colleagues by Igor Melchuk, pp. 138-140
        10. Three Letters on Soviet Science by Mark Popovsky, pp. 141-159
        11. Science Cities by Mark Popovsky, pp. 160-185
        12. Obituary, p. 186
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 187-192
      3. [+]
        Summer 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Departure and Arrival by Alexander Zinoviev, p. 1
        2. Autobiography by Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 1-10
        3. The Soviet Swift by Michael Heller, pp. 11-19
        4. The Yawning Heights by Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 20-34
        5. The Radiant Future by Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 35-41
        6. Being Earnest Isn't Always Important by Victor Nekrasov, pp. 42-51
        7. Contemporary Russian Satire by Eberhard Reissner, pp. 52-61
        8. Should We Cease to Speak of Totalitarianism? by Maurice Cranston, pp. 62-69
        9. Constitutional Totalitarianism by Patrick O'Brien, pp. 70-80
        10. Ideology and Totalitarianism by Raymond Aron, pp. 81-86
        11. Mussolini and Lenin by George Urban and Domenico Settembrini, pp. 87-117
        12. The Fate of a Book by Boris Souvarine, pp. 118-119
        13. Stalin by Boris Souvarine, pp. 120-130
        14. The Real Stalin by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 131-133
        15. Stalin and History by Leopold Labedz, pp. 134-145
        16. [+]
          Deutscher as Historian and Prophet II by Leopold Labedz, pp. 146-164 - 1 Review
          1. Stalin: A Political Biography by Isaac Deutscher
        17. Marxism---A Summing-Up by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 165-171
        18. Communism in Israel by Alain Greilsammer, pp. 172-192
        19. The Soviet Union and the PLO by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 193-207
        20. Critical Voices by Werner Volkmer, pp. 208-217
        21. Obituary, p. 218
        22. Our Contributors, pp. 219-224
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1977 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Moscow Revisited by Robert F. Byrnes, pp. 1-18
        2. Number Four, Old Square by Robert H. McNeal, pp. 19-22
        3. Images of the CPSU by Aryeh L. Unger, pp. 23-34
        4. The Machinery of Corruption in the Soviet Union by Konstantin Simis, pp. 35-55
        5. Reminiscences of a Soviet Lawyer by Yuri Luryi, pp. 56-63
        6. Is There Such a Thing as Dissident Literature? by Michael Heller, pp. 64-71
        7. The Human Rights Movement in the USSR by Ludmilla Alexeyeva, pp. 72-85
        8. Scientists Among Soviet Dissidents by Valentin Turchin, pp. 86-93
        9. Brezhnev the Writer, I by Victor Nekrasov, pp. 94-96
        10. Brezhnev the Writer, II by Efim Etkind, pp. 97-108
        11. Marx and Engels as Sociobiologists by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 109-136
        12. "The Menshevistic Idealist" by Alexandr M. Nekrich, pp. 137-143
        13. The German-Russians' Reaction to German Invasion by Richard M. Levine, pp. 144-155
        14. The Russian Annexation of the Konigsberg Area 1941-45 by Tony Sharp, pp. 156-162
        15. The Destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto by Kazimierz Moczarski, pp. 163-180
        16. Cuba in Africa by Hugh Thomas, pp. 181-188
        17. Intellect and Intelligence in Modern Society by Gerald Popiel, pp. 189-204
        18. Realism in Russian Art by Igor Golomstock, pp. 205-215
        19. Our Contributors, pp. 216-217
        20. Index to Volume 23, pp. 218-226
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1979 = 3 Issues, 51 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1979 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. "Eurocommunism" and Prague String by George R. Urban and Antonin Liehm, pp. 1-31
        2. Jean-Paul Sartre and Hungary 1956 by Peter Deli, pp. 32-44
        3. Two Eyes for a Tooth by Peter King, pp. 45-56
        4. The Soviet and Chinese Armies by Jonathan R. Adelman, pp. 57-81
        5. "Going Against the Tide" by Susan L. Shirk, pp. 82-115
        6. Law and Heaven by Peter R. Moody, pp. 116-132
        7. Solzhenitsyn at Harvard by Alain Besancon, pp. 133-144
        8. Reflections on the Anniversary by Walter Kendall, pp. 145-156
        9. The Sixth Congress and the American CP by Bertram D. Wolfe, pp. 157-173
        10. Trotsky's Trotskyism by Robert H. McNeal, pp. 174-177
        11. Ambiguities of Trotsky's Leninism by Anthony D'Agostino, pp. 178-203
        12. Lenin, Trotsky and Parvus by David S. Anin, pp. 204-212
        13. Letter to the Editor by Yuri Luryi, pp. 213-215
        14. Obituary: Max Hayward by Victor Erlich, pp. 216-217
        15. Our Contributors, pp. 218-224
      2. [+]
        Spring 1979 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The New Soviet Man Turns Pessimist by John Bushnell, pp. 1-18
        2. Soviet International Civil Aviation Policy by Betsy Gidwitz, pp. 19-44
        3. Art out of Hell by John Glad, pp. 45-50
        4. Lend-Lease by Varlam Shalmanov, pp. 51-55
        5. The Used-Book Dealer by Varlam Shalmanov, pp. 56-66
        6. On Prisoners in Soviet Camps by Yurii Orlov, pp. 67-85
        7. Soviet Juridicial Interpretation of International Documents on Human Rights by Konstantyn Sawczuk, pp. 86-91
        8. Finnish Security by Karen Erickson Orvik, pp. 92-105
        9. The Soviet Military-Industrial Complex by Mikhail Agursky and Hannes Adomeit, pp. 106-124
        10. The Sino-Vietnamese Conflict by G.D. Loescher, pp. 125-141
        11. Cuba's African Involvement by A.M. Kapcia, pp. 142-159
        12. The Dange Letters by A.G. Noorani, pp. 160-174
        13. Lenin and the Cheka by Michael Heller, pp. 175-192
        14. Lenin's Reported Destruction of the Cheka Archive by George H. Leggett, pp. 193-199
        15. [+]
          Ex-cultural Change by Alfred Friendly, Jr., pp. 200-203 - 1 Review
          1. Russia and the United States by Nikolai V. Sivachev and Nikolai N. Yakovlev
        16. [+]
          How the Soviet Union is Misunderstood by Michael Heller, pp. 204-209 - 1 Review
          1. How the Soviet Union Is Governed by Jerry F. Hough and Merle Fainsod
        17. [+]
          Reformation Manquee by Duncan Wilson, pp. 210-212 - 1 Review
          1. Communist Reformation by George R. Urban
        18. Letters to the Editor by Igor Mel'cuk, p. 213
        19. Max Hayward Fellowship Appeal, p. 214
        20. Our Contributors, pp. 215-220
      3. [+]
        Summer 1979 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. History and Russian Nationalism by Roman Szporluk, pp. 1-17
        2. The Many Faces of Contemporary Russian Nationalism by John B. Dunlop, pp. 18-35
        3. The Russian Nationalist Backlash by S. Enders Wimbush, pp. 36-50
        4. Several Nations or One People? by Alexandre Bennigsen, pp. 51-64
        5. Soviet Policy and the Central Asian Problem by Steven L. Burg, pp. 65-82
        6. Code Words and Catchwords of Brezhnev's Nationality Policy by Michael Rywkin, pp. 83-90
        7. The Works of V.V. Barthold and the Soviet Censorship by Yuri Bregel, pp. 91-107
        8. The Soviet Discussion of the Asiatic Mode of Production by Marian Sawer, pp. 108-127
        9. The Soviet Factor in the Macedonian Dispute by Pedro Ramet, pp. 128-134
        10. Traicho Kostov by John E. Horner, pp. 135-142
        11. Churchill's Spheres of Influence by Robert Garson, pp. 143-158
        12. The First Warning by Michael Heller, pp. 159-189
        13. The Eye and the Tear by Igor Pomerantsev, pp. 190-200
        14. One Decade of Post-Invasion Czechoslovakia by Otto Ulc, pp. 201-213
        15. 100 Years of Czech History by Milan Hauner, pp. 214-225
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 226-232
  4. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 7 Years, 15 Issues, 349 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1980 = 4 Issues, 69 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1980 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Preface, pp. 1-2
        2. Report on the State of the Republic, pp. 3-18
        3. "Planning" under Socialism by Stefan Kisielewski, pp. 19-37
        4. Critical Voices on the Economy, pp. 38-43
        5. Things I Have Known by Jozef Kusmierek, pp. 44-49
        6. Foreign Trade by Eugeniusz Mozejko, pp. 50-52
        7. Extent and Effects of Alcoholism in People's Poland by Halina Malinowska, pp. 53-58
        8. The Gag and the Word by Stanislaw Baranczak, pp. 59-79
        9. Polish Literature Today by Ryszard Kowalski, pp. 80-88
        10. Film: Lenin's Favourite Art by Boleslaw Sulik, pp. 89-94
        11. The Poisoned Humanities by Bohdan Cywinski, pp. 95-99
        12. A Frozen Image of the Past by Marcin Krol, pp. 100-109
        13. The Theatre of the 8th Day, pp. 110-111
        14. The Poles' Self-Portrait by Krystyna Bronkowska, pp. 112-114
        15. A Decent Person and Higher Necessity by Stefan Nowak, pp. 115-117
        16. The New Regime by Marek Tarniewski, pp. 118-134
        17. Freedom in the Camp by Maciej Poleski, pp. 135-144
        18. Poland---1984 by Marek Turbacz, pp. 145-151
        19. Alternatives for the 1980s by Jan Szczepanski, pp. 152-153
        20. Belief and Calculation by Jacek Bochenski, pp. 154-159
        21. A Treatise on Ticks by Piotr Wierzbicki, pp. 160-177
        22. Ticks and Angels by Adam Michnik, pp. 178-185
        23. Poland and Europe, pp. 186-194
        24. On National and Religious Affiliations, pp. 195-203
        25. Poles Russians and Czechoslovaks, pp. 204-211
        26. The Happiest Barracks in the Camp, pp. 212-214
        27. Notes on Contributors and Authors, pp. 215-220
      2. [+]
        Spring 1980 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Soviets are still Russians by Edward L. Rowny, pp. 1-9
        2. The Death of Stalin and the Birth of Mutual Deterrence by Raymond L. Garthoff, pp. 10-16
        3. The Soviet View of Deterrence by Francis P. Hoeber and Amoretta M. Hoeber, pp. 17-24
        4. US Negotiations with the USSR by David Floyd, pp. 25-31
        5. Whitewashing the White House by Edward J. Rozek, pp. 32-40
        6. The Politics of Survival by Leopold Labedz, pp. 41-65
        7. The Question of Leverage by Gary Bertsch, pp. 66-80
        8. Strategic Trade Control by John R. McIntyre and Richard T. Cupitt, pp. 81-108
        9. Great Game or Grand Illusion? by J.B. Kelly, pp. 109-127
        10. Meeting the Threat in the Persian Gulf by Albert Wohlstetter, pp. 128-188
        11. The Struggle for Afghanistan by Zalmay Khalilzad, pp. 189-216
        12. Obituary: Andrei Amalrik by L.L., pp. 217-220
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 221-224
      3. [+]
        Summer 1980 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Nationality in Yugoslav Politics by George Schopflin, pp. 1-19
        2. The Grey Zone on NATO's Balkan Flank by Stevan K. Pavlowitch, pp. 20-42
        3. Debate over Democratization by Pedro Ramet, pp. 43-48
        4. Lithuania's Catholic Movement by V. Stanley Vardys, pp. 49-73
        5. Roy Medvedev by Alexander J. Motyl, pp. 74-85
        6. Stalin Closely Observed by George R. Urban and Boris Bazhanov, pp. 86-109
        7. Trotsky and the Peasants by James G. Nutsch, pp. 110-121
        8. The Cheka and a Crisis of Communist Consience by George Leggett, pp. 122-137
        9. The Powers of the Soviet KGB by Amy W. Knight, pp. 138-155
        10. The Frankfurt Marxists and the Columbia Liberals by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 156-176
        11. The Institute for Social Research by Sidney Hook, pp. 177-178
        12. Equivocation in the Study of Totalitarianism by Werner Cohn, pp. 179-188
        13. Letters to the Editor by Raymond Garthoff, pp. 189-193
        14. Letter by David Floyd, pp. 194-200
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1980 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, pp. 1-4
        2. The Self-Poisoning of the Open Society by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 5-16
        3. The Twilight of Our Industrial Age by W.M. "Miles" Lowe, pp. 17-29
        4. Capitalism, Socialism and the State by Domenico Settembrini, pp. 30-47
        5. Tendencies to Transformation in the Modern European State by Kenneth Minogue, pp. 48-62
        6. Why is the State Expanding? by Henri Lepage, pp. 63-68
        7. The Economic Role of the State by Wlodzimierz Brus, pp. 69-78
        8. Humane Economic Democracy by Ota Sik, pp. 79-100
        9. Pluralism versus the Common Weal in the Industrial State by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 101-111
        10. Society, Bureaucrats and Businessmen by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 112-126
        11. The Social Ownership of the Means of Production by Edward Shils, pp. 127-142
        12. Anatomy of a Spectre by Alain Besancon, pp. 143-159
        13. By the Grace of the State by Jean-Francois Revel, pp. 160-171
        14. Our Contributors, pp. 172-174
        15. Index for Vol. 25, pp. 175-180
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 4 Issues, 104 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1982 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. State and Society in Early Socialist Thought by Richard Adamiak, pp. 1-28
        2. Alexander Zinoviev by Philip Hanson, pp. 29-48
        3. Economic State Control in Italy by Giuseppe Are, pp. 49-64
        4. The Political Crisis of the Italian State by Gino Bianco, pp. 65-73
        5. State and Society in Britain by Julius Gould, pp. 74-80
        6. Latin America by Jeffrey W. Barrett, pp. 81-120
        7. Reflections on the Japanese System by Karel van Wolferen, pp. 121-150
        8. Pyotr Masherov and the Soviet Leadership by Amy W. Knight, pp. 151-168
        9. After Brezhnev by Leonard Schapiro, pp. 169-178
        10. Soviet Military Politics by Michael Sadykiewicz, pp. 179-210
        11. Henry Kissinger: The Switch Doctor by Edward Rozek, pp. 211-218
        12. [+]
          After Tito by Nora Beloff, pp. 219-221 - 1 Review
          1. The End of the Tito Era by Slobodan Stankovic
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 222-228
      2. [+]
        Spring 1982 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Introduction by Leopold Labedz, p. 1
        2. A Citizen of the World by Enzo Bettiza, pp. 2-7
        3. Chiaromonte and Caffi by Gino Bianco, pp. 8-17
        4. Moral Philosophy & Political Evolution by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 18-43
        5. Silone the Rustic by Nicola Chiaromonte, pp. 44-47
        6. Chiaromonte Remembered by Ignazio Silone, pp. 48-49
        7. Greece24C The Triumph of Socialism? by P.J. Vatikiotis, pp. 50-65
        8. Soviet-Yugoslav Relations Since 1976 by Pedro Ramet, pp. 66-82
        9. Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf by Thomas T. Hammond, pp. 83-101
        10. Effects of Bipolarity on Chinese Foreign Policy by Michael Ng-Quinn, pp. 102-130
        11. Misrepresentations of the Frankfurt School by Martin Jay, pp. 131-141
        12. Heresy? Yes! Conspiracy? No! by G.L. Ulmen, pp. 142-149
        13. The Social Role of the Frankfurt Marxists by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 150-170
        14. 1917 And All That by David Floyd, pp. 171-175
        15. A New Russian Free Press? by Nina M. Perlina, pp. 176-184
        16. History as Contraband by Michael Heller, pp. 185-201
        17. The New Soviet Military Encylopaedia by Albert L. Weeks, pp. 202-206
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 207-216
      3. [+]
        Summer 1982 Issue = 38 Articles
        1. Preface, pp. 1-2
        2. Introduction by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 3-5
        3. Wielopolski in 1861, p. 6
        4. Jaruzelski in 1981, p. 7
        5. Marx Stalin Andropov & Jaruzelski, p. 8
        6. A Polish-Polish Dialogue by Slawomir Mrozek, pp. 9-10
        7. How to Conduct a Dialogue with the Terrorist by Maciej Poleski, pp. 11-17
        8. Jaruzelski's War by Michael Sadykiewicz, pp. 18-26
        9. Colonel Wislicki Speaks, pp. 27-32
        10. An Imperialist Plot by Valeri Kuzavkov, pp. 33-35
        11. The Dept. of Disinformation as Work by Tomasz Mianowicz, pp. 36-41
        12. Jaruzelski Walesa and The Guardian, pp. 42-47
        13. The Significance of Solidarity by Timothy Garton Ash, pp. 48-54
        14. Resistance to Totalitarianism by Aleksander Gella, pp. 55-60
        15. The Founding of KOR by Jan Jozef Lipski, pp. 61-79
        16. A Question of Solidarity, pp. 80-86
        17. The Kubiak Report, pp. 87-107
        18. A Confidential Assessment of the Situation, pp. 108-109
        19. The Government and its Opponents, pp. 110-111
        20. Past Experience---Future Indefinite, pp. 112-124
        21. Experience, yes---but what about the Future? by Andrzej Bujnicki, pp. 125-127
        22. What Next? by Zbigniew Romaszewski, pp. 128-144
        23. Why You Are Not Signing by Andrzej Zagozda, pp. 145-149
        24. Theses on Solving an Insoluble Problem by Jacek Kuron, pp. 150-154
        25. Positional Warfare by Zbigniew Bujak, pp. 155-157
        26. The Third Possibility by Wiktor Kulerski, pp. 158-159
        27. Open Letter by Jacek Kuron, pp. 160-164
        28. The Hair-Styles of Mieczyslaw Rakowski by Leopold Tyrmand, pp. 165-181
        29. Rakowski and Solidarity, pp. 182-189
        30. The Government Spokesman, pp. 190-193
        31. The Polish Church and the Government by Dominik Morawski, pp. 194-197
        32. Letter to Primate Glemp by Anka Kowalska, pp. 198-199
        33. Primate Glemp Criticized by the Priests, pp. 200-203
        34. The Homily of Bishop Tokarczuk, pp. 204-205
        35. Interview with Cardinal Glemp, pp. 206-208
        36. Polish Bishops on the Suspension of Martial Law, pp. 209-210
        37. Glossary, p. 211
        38. Our Contributors, pp. 212-222
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1982 Issue = 35 Articles
        1. Preface, pp. 1-2
        2. The State of War through the Eyes of Children, pp. 3-10
        3. The Canary by Marek Nowakowski, pp. 11-12
        4. From Solidarity to Arts Control by Halina Filipowicz, pp. 13-26
        5. [+]
          Terror and Revolution, pp. 27-32 - 1 Review
          1. Danton (1983 Film) by Andrzej Wajda
        6. Three Actors Speak Out, pp. 33-34
        7. The Mirage of Economic Reform by J. Krok-Paszkowski, pp. 35-42
        8. Are Flowers Socialist? by Daniel Passent, pp. 43-46
        9. The Universities Under Martial Law by Michal Kolodziej, pp. 47-52
        10. Jaruzelski in 1982-3, p. 53
        11. The State of War and Normalization by Tomasz Mianowicz, pp. 54-59
        12. The Institutionalization of Martial Law, pp. 60-67
        13. Military Penal Camps, pp. 68-69
        14. The Balance-Sheet of Persecution, pp. 70-76
        15. Letter From a Political Prisoner by Ewa Kubasiewicz, pp. 77-78
        16. A Day in the Underground, pp. 79-82
        17. An Independent Society by Dawid Warszawski, pp. 83-85
        18. At the Crossroads by Jan K., pp. 86-88
        19. Bujak on Violence, p. 89
        20. Landscape After the Battle by Stanislaw Warecki, pp. 90-91
        21. Voices From the Underground, pp. 92-100
        22. Declaration by KOS, pp. 101-102
        23. Declaration of Solidarity, pp. 103-104
        24. Declaration of Solidarity, pp. 105-107
        25. Three Declarations, pp. 108-109
        26. Early Soviet Designs on Poland by Adam Westoby and Robin Blick, pp. 110-126
        27. Polish Communists, 1937-1944 by Cezary Baryka, pp. 127-155
        28. Courier From Warsaw by Jan T. Gross, pp. 156-157
        29. Two Fatherlands by Jan Jozef Lipski, pp. 158-175
        30. Paradoxes of Polish Nationalism by K.A. Jelenski, pp. 176-183
        31. Poland and the Logic of Solidarity by Henry Norr, pp. 184-192
        32. On Conquest by Czeslaw Milosz, pp. 193-197
        33. Glossary, p. 198
        34. Our Contributors, pp. 199-200
        35. Index to Volume 26, pp. 201-214
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 1 Issue, 23 Articles
      1. [+]
        Autumn-Winter 1983 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Introduction, p. 1
        2. The Plot to Kill the Pope by Paul B. Henze, pp. 2-21
        3. The Background by Nurit Schleifmann, pp. 22-40
        4. Agents and Exiles by Wojciech Karpinski, pp. 41-48
        5. "Active Measures", pp. 49-67
        6. "Wet Affairs", pp. 68-79
        7. "Murder International Inc.", pp. 80-87
        8. The Bulgarian Connection, pp. 88-89
        9. Shattered Illusions by Juliana G. Pilon, pp. 90-111
        10. Soviet Strategy Towards Northern Europe and Japan by Marian Leighton, pp. 112-151
        11. Finnish Foreign Policy and the Kekkonen Legacy by Karen Erickson Orvik, pp. 152-164
        12. Soviet Policy Towards China by Harry Gelman, pp. 165-174
        13. The Sino-Vietnamese Conflict Over Kampuchea by Pao-min Chang, pp. 175-206
        14. The Soviet-Vietnameses Alliance and Kampuchea by Leif Rosenberger, pp. 207-231
        15. Will the Soviets Pull Out of Afghanistan? by Thomas T. Hammond, pp. 232-246
        16. Moscow's Disenchantment With Iran by Muriel Atkin, pp. 247-260
        17. The USSR and Africa by Thomas H. Henriksen, pp. 261-272
        18. The Lessons of Vietnam by Sol Sanders, pp. 273-286
        19. Soviet Policy in Central America by Jiri Valenta, pp. 287-303
        20. Raymond Aron by Alain Besancon, p. 304
        21. Leonard Schapiro by Leopold Labedz, pp. 305-307
        22. Our Contributors, pp. 308-309
        23. Index to Volume 27, pp. 310-316
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 1 Issue, 9 Articles
      1. [+]
        Summer 1984 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Survival Is Not Enough by Richard Pipes, pp. 1-33
        2. The Brezhnev-Andropov Legacy by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 34-69
        3. China's Democracy Movement by Robin Munro, pp. 70-98
        4. The Democratic Interlude In Post-War Hungary by Charles Gati, pp. 99-134
        5. The Memory of the Dead by Gyorgy Krasso, pp. 135-154
        6. What Orwell Means For Our Time by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 155-164
        7. Will George Orwell Survive 1984? by Leopold Labedz, pp. 165-209
        8. Leonard Schapiro Graduate Studentship Appeal, p. 210
        9. Our Contributors, pp. 211-220
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 3 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1985 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The Great Reformer by Iain Elliot, pp. 1-11
        2. Gorbachov for Beginners by Michael Heller, pp. 12-18
        3. Unemployment in the Midst of Labour Waste by J.L. Porket, pp. 19-28
        4. Militarization of the Soviet Academy of Sciences by John R. Thomas, pp. 29-58
        5. The Economics of Defence in the USSR by Michael Checinski, pp. 59-78
        6. Quousque tandem Catilina by Vladimir Bukovsky, pp. 79-87
        7. ...Abutere patientia nostra by Richard Perle, pp. 88-95
        8. Soviet-Libyan Relations Under Qaddafi by Pedro Ramet, pp. 96-112
        9. Philippine Communism and the Soviet Union by Leif Rosenberger, pp. 113-145
        10. The Role of Baptists in Soviet Foreign Policy by Rebecca V. Strode, pp. 146-172
        11. The Japanese Economy by Karel van Wolferen, pp. 173-182
        12. Two Soviet Encyclopaedias by O.L. Smaryl, pp. 183-185
        13. The Life and Fate of Vasiy Grossman by Vladimir Voinovich, pp. 186-189
        14. Leopold Tyrmand by L.L., pp. 190-191
        15. Edward Crankshaw by L.L., p. 192
        16. Our Contributors, pp. 193-208
      2. [+]
        Summer 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Our Pluralists by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, pp. 1-28
        2. Yesterday and Today in Solzhenitsyn's The Red Wheel by Michel Heller, pp. 29-45
        3. On Solzhenitsyn's Stalin by James F. Pontuso, pp. 46-61
        4. Shalmanov, Solzhenitsyn and the Mission of Memory by Matt F. Oja, pp. 62-69
        5. a) Economics by Frederic L. Pryor, pp. 70-101
        6. The Soviet Economy: Alternate Views by Igor Birman, pp. 102-115
        7. b) Organization by Francis Fukuyama, pp. 116-135
        8. c) Culture by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 136-148
        9. Rock Counter Culture in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union by Pedro Ramet, pp. 149-171
        10. Official Documents Concerning Control of Vocal/Instrumental Groups and Discotheques , pp. 172-179
        11. Gorbachov Takes Charge by Elliot R. Goodman, pp. 180-201
        12. Who is Afraid of Mikhail Gorbachov? by Paul Lendvai, pp. 202-217
        13. Our Contributors, pp. 218-224
      3. [+]
        Autumn 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. On the role of Cliches and "Chain-Thinking" by Melvin J. Lasky, pp. 1-11
        2. Reflections on Our Growing Provincialization by Richard Mayne, pp. 12-17
        3. A Dodecalogue by Jean-Francois Revel, pp. 18-19
        4. American Politics and Commentary by Norman Podhoretz, pp. 20-26
        5. Ethnocentrism in the French Press by Jean-Claude Casanova, pp. 27-30
        6. The Influence of Soviet Propaganda on the German Media by Cornelia Gerstenmaier, pp. 31-34
        7. Question Marks in Austria by Paul Lendvai, pp. 35-38
        8. Epopteia 1976-86 by Panayiotis Drakopoulos and Zenobia Drakopoulos, ..., pp. 39-42
        9. Spanish Opinion and the West by Antxon Sarasqueta, pp. 43-51
        10. Nordic Provincialization by Jorgen Schleimann, pp. 52-63
        11. Hegemony and the Spanish Communist Party by Burnett Bolloten, pp. 64-72
        12. Sandinista Rule in Nicaragua by Marian Leighton, pp. 73-111
        13. The Comparative Soviet Periphery by Karen Erickson, pp. 112-128
        14. Zion in Siberia by Benton Arnovitz, pp. 129-152
        15. Nationalism and Class Struggle by Liah Greenfeld, pp. 153-174
        16. The Proceedings of the Grabski Commission by Wieslawa Surazska, pp. 175-194
        17. Document by Wojciech Markiewicz, pp. 195-198
        18. Our Contributors, pp. 199-208
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 1 Issue, 80 Articles
      1. [+]
        August 1987 Issue = 80 Articles
        1. Introduction by G.R. Urban, pp. 1-5
        2. Social and Economic Rights in the Soviet Union by Aaron Trehub, pp. 6-42
        3. Doctor For All Seasons by Anatoly Koryagin and G.R. Urban, pp. 43-46
        4. Social and Economic Rights in Eastern Europe by Sophia M. Miskiewicz, pp. 47-72
        5. 2. The Right to Work by Sophia M. Miskiewicz, pp. 73-89
        6. 3. The Right to Housing by Sophia M. Miskiewicz, pp. 90-104
        7. Sanitary Conditions in Poland by Linda Valentine, pp. 105-107
        8. The Supply of Medicines in Poland by Linda Valentine, pp. 108-112
        9. Abortions in Romania by Dan Ionescu, p. 113
        10. Romanian Pensioners Barred from Moving to Population Centres by Anneli Ute Gabanyi, pp. 114-115
        11. Neurotic Disorders in Hungary by Judith K. Pataki, pp. 116-117
        12. Folk Medicine in Bulgaria by Stephen Ashley, pp. 118-122
        13. Social Corrosion by Mikhail Gorbachov, p. 123
        14. Will it Fly? by Mikhail Gorbachov, pp. 124-125
        15. Changes in the "Ownership of the Means of Production" by L.I. Abalkin and Boris Simonov, p. 126
        16. Resistance to Change by Abel Aganbegyan and Boris Konovalov, p. 127
        17. Inertia in the Soul by Tatyana Zaslavskaya, p. 128
        18. "Justified Inequality" by Tatyana Zaslavskaya, p. 129
        19. Concealing the Facts by Tatyana Zaslavskaya, p. 130
        20. "The Shadow-Boxing is Over" by Vitaly Korotich and Paul Quinn-Judge, pp. 131-132
        21. "They Are Afraid of Independence" by Abel Aganbegyan and Peter Horvath, pp. 133-134
        22. "The Ship Itself Must be Reconstructed" by Nikolai Shishlin, p. 135
        23. The System Must Give Way by Nikolai Shmelev, pp. 135-137
        24. "Openness" an Insult to Soviet Values? by G.N. Bochevarov and A. Bovin, p. 138
        25. Chernobyl by Vladimir Yavorivskii, p. 139
        26. A Case of Free Elections by Viktor Mironenko, p. 140
        27. Freedom Indispensible by Fedor Burlatskii, p. 141
        28. Critical Letter-Writers Summonsed by O.V. Soroka and Rostislav Andreyev, p. 141
        29. Glasnost and the KGB by General Genii Ageyev, p. 142
        30. The People Approve by Mikhail Gorbachov, pp. 143-144
        31. The Critical Condition of Soviet Health Care by Kenneth M. Prager, pp. 145-146
        32. Illness and Mortality by Christopher Davis, pp. 147-149
        33. Soviet Faith Healer by Edmund Stevens, p. 150
        34. Brains for Dollars by Roger Boyes, p. 151
        35. Balkan Socialism, pp. 152-157
        36. "Worse Than During the War" by C. Silverstein, pp. 158-159
        37. The Minister on Soviet Health Care by Yevgenii Chazov, pp. 160-162
        38. "We Are Lagging Behind" by Yevgenii Chazov, p. 163
        39. "Complacency Reigns in the Collective" by A. Chernyak, pp. 164-165
        40. Nursery School Children Poisoned by F. Ivanov, p. 166
        41. Where Bad Doctors Come From by Y. Shteingardt, p. 167
        42. Pay Clinics by L. Ivchenko, pp. 168-169
        43. Private Dentist, p. 170
        44. Why They Die Younger and Unreported by A. Vishnevskii, p. 171
        45. The Czechoslovak Health-Labyrinth, pp. 172-174
        46. Moonshining By Party Members by I. Glanko, p. 175
        47. Alcohol as Solace and Barter by A.V. Vlasov, pp. 176-177
        48. Alcoholism Leads to Venereal Disease by Irena Sivcillo, pp. 178-179
        49. Drinking Behind Quiet Doors by E. Isakova, p. 180
        50. "Struggle for the Struggle for Sobriety" by Igor Astafyev and Anatoly Fedorov, p. 181
        51. Rationing Vodka by T. Boikova, p. 182
        52. Growing Your Own Drugs? by V. Shcherban, pp. 183-184
        53. Who Gives Them Narcotics? by I. Sergeyev, p. 185
        54. Drug Dealing Leads to Murder by A. Vislyayev, p. 186
        55. Nina of Minsk by D. Mysyakov and P. Takubovich, p. 187
        56. Housing and Babies by P. Donahue, pp. 188-189
        57. The Truth is Not for Foreigners by D. Kosyrev, p. 190
        58. Tramps and Hoboes by John-Thor Dahlburg, p. 190
        59. On Non-Workers and Parasites, p. 191
        60. Down and Out in Poland by Jerzy Janoszka, p. 192
        61. "Our Work is Our Strength!", pp. 193-196
        62. 22 Years on a Waiting List by Eduard Yodkovskii, p. 197
        63. The Consumer Wants to Know, pp. 198-199
        64. Operation "Five-Storey Blocks of Flats" by V. Shcherban, p. 200
        65. Housing Prospects in Poland, p. 200
        66. Punishing Old Age by Yurii Makartsev, p. 201
        67. Giving Birth in Tadzhikistan by N. Kozlova, pp. 202-203
        68. "Bring-Your-Own-Beds" Hospital by Marian Butrym, p. 204
        69. In a Polish Hospital, pp. 204-205
        70. The Final Hours of Jozef S. by Grazyna Wroblewska and Tadeusz Filipkowski, pp. 206-210
        71. Sect Offers Cure-All by E. Manucharova and S. Tutorskaya, pp. 211-212
        72. The Uses of Quack Medicine by V. Shtirts, pp. 213-214
        73. Eye-Witness Accounts From the Soviet Union, pp. 215-235
        74. Human Rights in the West by Mikhail Gorbachov, p. 236
        75. Westminster Should Move Closer to Soviet Freedoms by S. Andreyev, pp. 236-237
        76. Thatcher's Britain by Yurii Kornilov, p. 238
        77. West Violates Human Rights, p. 239
        78. "Blood-Splashed Pavements" in the West by Yurii Kashlev, pp. 240-241
        79. Soviet Public "Greatly Concerned" About "Anti-Semitic Acts" in Canada, pp. 242-243
        80. Our Contributors, pp. 244-252
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 1 Issue, 17 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1988 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Introduction by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 1-2
        2. 1. Solzhenitsyn's Nobel Prize, pp. 3-11
        3. 2. On Trial by Leopold Labedz, pp. 12-32
        4. 3. Isaac Deutscher, pp. 33-93
        5. 4. E.H. Carr by Leopold Labedz, pp. 94-111
        6. 5. Chomsky Revisited by Leopold Labedz, pp. 112-125
        7. 6. Alexander Werth by Leopold Labedz, pp. 126-134
        8. Kolakowski, pp. 135-154
        9. 8. Will George Orwell Survive 1984? by Leopold Labedz, pp. 155-204
        10. 9. Appreciating Milosz by Leopold Labedz, pp. 205-216
        11. 10. Raymond Aron's "Vindication" by Leopold Labedz, pp. 217-222
        12. 11. The Two Minds of George Kennan by Leopold Labedz, pp. 223-239
        13. 12. Holocaust, pp. 240-263
        14. 13. The Student Revolt of the 1960s by Leopold Labedz, pp. 264-290
        15. 14. Detente by Leopold Labedz, pp. 291-318
        16. 15. The Question of European Unity by Leopold Labedz, pp. 319-331
        17. 16. On Literature & Revolution by Leopold Labedz, pp. 332-376