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The Crisis of Capitalist Culture
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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1930s = 7 Years, 251 Issues, 5,204 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1933 = 2 Issues, 47 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1934 = 21 Issues, 443 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1934 = 3 Issues, 65 Articles
          1. [+]
            February 13, 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
            1. Three Who Died by Edwin Rolfe, pp. 6-7
            2. Green's Cash Register Tinkles by Nathaniel Honig, p. 8
            3. 77 Cents a Week for Food by John Strachey, pp. 9-10
            4. The Unemployed Report by John Dos Passos, p. 11
            5. Cash, or Jobs! by Robert Whitcomb, pp. 12-13
            6. The N.R.A. in the Tropics by Josephine Garwood and K.G.D. Little, p. 14
            7. P.S. He Got the Job, p. 15
            8. Red Front, Comrade Renn by A.B. Magil, pp. 16-17
            9. Suicide in the Jungle by Horace Gregory, pp. 18-19
            10. Voice from Germany by Hans Schnitter, p. 20
            11. Correspondence, p. 21
            12. Tenderly by Maxwell Bodenheim, pp. 21-22
            13. Three-Day Soldiers by Eishi Tanaka, pp. 23-25
            14. [+]
              Liberalism and Tragedy by Granville Hicks, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. A Modern Tragedy by Phyllis Bentley
            15. [+]
              No Gold Diggers by Ella Winter, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Woman in Soviet Russia by Fannina W. Halle
            16. [+]
              What America Needs by Robert Forsythe, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. S.S. Utah by Mike Pell
            17. [+]
              The Man on Top by Isidor Schneider, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. The Man of the Renaissance by Ralph Roeder
            18. [+]
              Pianist as Patriot by Ashley Pettis, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Paderewski: The Story of a Modern Immortal by Charles Joseph MacConaghy Phillips
            19. Valentines by Margaret Wright Mather, p. 29
            20. The Theatre by William Gardener, pp. 29-32
            21. Cover by Hugo Gellert
          2. [+]
            February 27, 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
            1. Editorials, pp. 6-7
            2. The Lesson of Madison Square Garden , pp. 8-9
            3. Listen to the Speaker by Boris Israel, p. 10
            4. We're Back in Sing Sing by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 11
            5. The Little Poison Flower by Marguerite Young, pp. 12-14
            6. The Chief Task Now by R. Palme Dutt, p. 15
            7. Nazi Plague Spots of Europe by Albert Allen, pp. 16-19
            8. "Like Them Bahlsheviks" by John L. Spivak, p. 20
            9. War on the Railway Unions by James Steele, pp. 21-22
            10. The Hands of Old Man Martin by Miguel Otero Silvo, p. 23
            11. Correspondence, p. 24
            12. [+]
              Symbol of Revolution by Granville Hicks, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Parched Earth by Arnold B. Armstrong
            13. [+]
              Russians at Home by Alice Withrow Field, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. My Russian Neighbors by Alexander Wicksteed
            14. [+]
              The Same Old Racket by Scott Nearing, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. The New Capitalism by James D. Mooney
            15. [+]
              Renegade's Progress by Mark Marvin, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Passion's Pilgrims by Jules Romains
            16. [+]
              A Classic in Pictures by O. Frank, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Karl Marx: Capital in Lithographs by Hugo Gellert, Ray Long, Richard Smith, and Karl Marx, ...
            17. [+]
              Note on Pamphlets, p. 28 - 3 Reviews
              1. Soviet Main Street by Myra Page
              2. Struggle by Louis Adamic
              3. Our Lenin by Ruth Shaw and Harry Alan Potamkin
            18. Still-Birth as Epitaph by Stearns Morse, p. 29
            19. Art Notes by M.K.B., p. 29
            20. The Screen by David Platt#2, pp. 30-32
            21. Cover by Jacob Burck
          3. [+]
            March 6, 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
            1. Park Bench by Langston Hughes, pp. 6-7
            2. To John Dos Passos---An Editorial, p. 8
            3. Dear Beatrix Fairfax by Kenneth Fearing, p. 9
            4. Hitler's Rivals Get the Idea by John Strachey, p. 10
            5. One Year of the New Deal by Bill Dunne, pp. 11-13
            6. Open Letter by Willard Maas, p. 14
            7. War on the Waterfront by Eugene Gordon, p. 15
            8. An American Tradition by Nathan Adler, pp. 16-17
            9. Short-Sighted Millionaires by Margaret Wright Mather, p. 18
            10. A Veteran Looks at His Cards by John L. Spivak, p. 19
            11. Princeton Revisited by Michael Blankfort, p. 20
            12. Correspondence, p. 21
            13. Titans of Literature by Edward Newhouse, p. 22
            14. [+]
              Mr. Jekyll and Comrade Hyde by Philip Rahv, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Too True to Be Good, Village Wooing, On the Rocks by Bernard Shaw
            15. [+]
              What Liberals Can't Learn by Liston N. Oak, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. Russia Today by Sherwood Eddy
            16. [+]
              Tinkers of the Twilight by Murray Godwin, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Our Economic Society and Its Problems by Rexford Guy Tugwell and Howard C. Hill
            17. [+]
              Revolution in China by G.F. Willison, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Chinese Destinies by Agnes Smedley
            18. [+]
              Comfort for Mr. Babbitt by James Steele, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Fireweed by Mildred Walker
            19. [+]
              Review The Puppet-Show on the Potomac, by Rufus Dart II, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. The Puppet-Show on the Potomac by Rufus Dart II
            20. In the Money by Market Follower, p. 27
            21. St. Louis Artists Win by Orrick Johns, p. 28
            22. Voices from Germany, p. 29
            23. Music by Ashley Pettis, pp. 30-32
        2. [+]
          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1934 = 3 Issues, 69 Articles
          1. [+]
            April 3, 1934 Issue = 22 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. The Safest Risk in the World by Market Follower, p. 8
            3. Taxi Strike by Joseph North, pp. 9-10
            4. Detroit Cries "Sell Out!" by Jeremiah Kelly, pp. 11-12
            5. A Letter from England by John Strachey, p. 13
            6. Correspondence, p. 14
            7. A Night in the Million Dollar Slums by Michael Gold, pp. 15-16
            8. In New Kentucky by Samuel Ornitz, pp. 17-28
            9. Revolution and the Novel by Granville Hicks, pp. 29-30
            10. Joyce and Irish Literature by D.S. Mirsky, pp. 31-33
            11. The Quarter's Books in Review, p. 34
            12. Motorman by George Salvatore, p. 34
            13. [+]
              Notes on a Review by Earl Browder, p. 35 - 1 Review
              1. Karl Marx: Capital in Lithographs by Hugo Gellert, Ray Long, Richard Smith, and Karl Marx, ...
            14. The Many-Sided Epic of the Soviets by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 36-37
            15. To a Revolutionary Girl by Maxwell Bodenheim, p. 38
            16. [+]
              Kingdom of the Blind by Robert Simmons, p. 39 - 4 Reviews
              1. Such Is My Beloved by Morley Callaghan
              2. Salt House by Hazel Hawthorne
              3. City Harvest by Margaret Cheney Dawson
              4. Come in at the Door by William March
            17. [+]
              Rebels and Robbers by Louis M. Hacker, p. 40 - 2 Reviews
              1. Rebel America by Lillian Symes and Travers Clement
              2. The Robber Barons by Matthew Josephson
            18. A Five-Inch Shelf of Booklets by Oakley Johnson, pp. 41-42
            19. [+]
              Poet Among Imagists by Genevieve Taggard, p. 43 - 1 Review
              1. Collected Poems, 1921-1931 by William Carlos Williams
            20. [+]
              Farmers and Fakers by Ben Field, pp. 44-45 - 2 Reviews
              1. Farmers Unite Their Fight
              2. Village Tale by Phil Stong
            21. Rugged Portraiture by Kenneth Burke, p. 46
            22. Between Ourselves, pp. 46-48
          2. [+]
            June 5, 1934 Issue = 25 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Week's Papers, p. 6
            3. Announcing a Prize Novel Contest, p. 7
            4. Moley Attacks Communism, pp. 8-9
            5. Picket Lines Across America by A.B. Magil, p. 10
            6. II: Truckmen in Minneapolis by Sender Garlin, p. 11
            7. III: Longshoremen on the Pacific by Iris Hamilton, pp. 12-14
            8. Worker to his Baby by Don West, p. 15
            9. White Collar Workers and Students Swing Into Acto by Edwin Seaver, p. 16
            10. The C.W.A. Workers Meet the Cops by Margaret Wright Mather, p. 17
            11. Early American Labor and Literature by Alan Calmer, pp. 18-19
            12. Critics in Mufti by Joseph Freeman, pp. 20-21
            13. Textile Front by Harold Ward, p. 22
            14. Correspondence, p. 23
            15. [+]
              Men of Iron by Granville Hicks, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Out of Chaos by Ilya Ehrenbourg
            16. [+]
              People Without Work by Grace Hutchins, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. People at Work by Frances Perkins
            17. [+]
              Evolution of a Liberal by O. Frank, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Modern Art by Thomas Craven
            18. [+]
              Politics and Fiction by Edwin Seaver, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. The Great One by Henry Hart
            19. [+]
              Truth About Russia by Liston Oak, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Industrialized Russia by Alcan Hirsch
            20. [+]
              A Mirror for the Bourgeoisie by E.Y. Gilbert, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Three Plays by S.N. Behrman
            21. [+]
              A Lively Corpse by Corliss Lamont, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. The New Internationalism by Clark Foreman
            22. [+]
              Study of a Child by Robert Whitcomb, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Children of the Poor by Anonymous
            23. [+]
              Workers Sing! by Aaron Copland, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Workers' Song Book 1934
            24. Eisenstein---to Goebbels, p. 29
            25. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          3. [+]
            June 19, 1934 Issue = 22 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. X Prepares for War, pp. 6-7
            3. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            4. On the White Collar Front, p. 9
            5. Diary Notes from a Steel Strike by John Mullen, pp. 10-11
            6. A Challenge to a Misleader by A.B. Magil, p. 12
            7. Right Things to Write, p. 13
            8. Housing in Two Worlds by Sidney Hill, pp. 14-15
            9. Alabama Justice in New York by Martin Fields, p. 16
            10. Last Night by Martha Millet, p. 17
            11. Hunger Camps in the South by Louise Preece, pp. 18-19
            12. Literary Wars in the U.S.S.R. by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 20-23
            13. Correspondence, p. 24
            14. [+]
              The Magic Mountain's Mouse by Granville Hicks, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Joseph and His Brothers by Thomas Mann
            15. [+]
              The Impending Crisis by Edwin Seaver, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Unfinished Cathedral by T.S. Stribling
            16. [+]
              Revolution and Mental Hygiene by D.W. DeArmand, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Russia, Youth, and the Present-Day World by Frankwood E. Williams
            17. [+]
              Confusion in Brookfield by Paul Romaine, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. From the Life of George Emery Blum by Virgil Geddes
            18. [+]
              Dewey's Esthetics by Wallace Phelps, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Art as Experience by John Dewey
            19. [+]
              The Southern Middle Class Replies by James S. Allen, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
              1. Culture in the South by William T. Couch
              2. Human Geography of the South by Rupert B. Vance
            20. The Church and the Can-Can by Robert Forsythe, p. 28
            21. A Dry Martini with Cyanide by Irving Lerner, p. 29
            22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
        3. [+]
          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1934 = 7 Issues, 150 Articles
          1. [+]
            July 10, 1934 Issue = 20 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Week's Papers, pp. 6-7
            3. The Decay of the Socialist Party by Paul Novick, pp. 8-11
            4. Jersey Justice for Pickets by Corliss Lamont, pp. 12-13
            5. British Fascism Is Set Back by Joe Rivers, p. 14
            6. The Fascist Inter-Nazi-onal by Harold Ward, pp. 15-16
            7. Moley: Provocateur-in-Chief by William F. Dunne, pp. 17-19
            8. Death of a Bill by Arthur Kallet, p. 20
            9. Danse Macabre by Edith Hart, p. 21
            10. Literary Wars in the U.S.S.R. by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 22-24
            11. Correspondence, p. 25
            12. [+]
              An Arsenal of Facts by David Ramsey, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Labor Fact Book II
            13. [+]
              An Assassin of Clay Pigeons by Michael Gold, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. First and Last by Ring Lardner
            14. [+]
              Liberals and Fascists by G.F. Williams, p. 26 - 2 Reviews
              1. War Unless--- by Sisley Huddleston
              2. Can We Limit War? by Hoffman Nickerson
            15. [+]
              The Art of Selection by Lawrence Gilbert, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
              1. To the Vanquished by I.A.R. Wylie
              2. Black Exchange by Patrick Kirwan
            16. [+]
              With Leftward Glances by Muriel Rukeyser, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Rock and Shell by John Brooks Wheelwright
            17. [+]
              Rambling Reporter by Oakley Johnson, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Nine Etched from Life by Emil Ludwig
            18. [+]
              Brief Reviews, p. 29 - 4 Reviews
              1. Brains Behind Barbed Wire by Herbert Arthur Klein
              2. A Letter to American Workers by Vladimir I. Lenin
              3. Water Front by John Brophy
              4. Dialectical Materialism by V. Adoratsky
            19. Portrait of a Sap by Robert Forsythe, p. 30
            20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          2. [+]
            July 24, 1934 Issue = 29 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. To Free Angelo Herndon, pp. 6-7
            3. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            4. General Strike by Iris Hamilton, pp. 9-11
            5. The Veterans Won's Scab by Dawn Lovelace, p. 12
            6. Manuevering for Position by John Strachey, p. 13
            7. Cattle in the Gravel Pits by Albert Maltz, pp. 14-15
            8. Mopping Up in China by Harold Ward, pp. 16-17
            9. Literary Wars in the U.S.S.R. by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 18-19
            10. A Job Alone by Warren C. Huddlestone, p. 20
            11. Nigger-Lovin' Jew by Tom Johnson, p. 21
            12. Dewey, Russell and Cohen by Paul Salter and Jack Librome, p. 22
            13. Repentant Judas by Joseph Kalar, p. 23
            14. Correspondence, p. 24
            15. [+]
              The Breath of Revolution by Josephine Herbst, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. And Quiet Flows the Don by Mikhail Sholokhov
            16. [+]
              Traps for the Farmer by Ben Field, p. 25 - 2 Reviews
              1. A Living from the Land by William B. Duryee
              2. Change in the Farm by Thomas Hennell
            17. [+]
              A Novelist in the Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Three Plays by John Dos Passos
            18. [+]
              Exhibit A by Conrad Seiler, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. All Trivia by Logan Pearsall Smith
            19. [+]
              I Went to State College by Samuel Levenson, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Stars Fell on Alabama by Carl Carmer
            20. [+]
              Sweetness and Barter by David Lurie, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. The Barter Lady by Evelyn Harris
            21. [+]
              Modern Russia by Alice Withrow Field, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Modern Russia by Cicely M. Hamilton
            22. [+]
              The Skirts of Norway by Muriel Rukeyser, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. The Road Leads On by Knut Hamsun
            23. [+]
              Required Reading by Granville Hicks, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Life and Teachings of V.I. Lenin by R. Palme Dutt
            24. [+]
              Capital's Private Armies by James Steele, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Private Police by J.P. Shalloo
            25. [+]
              Hearst's Lackey Reports by Henry Cooper, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. The Boiling Point by H.R. Knickerbocker
            26. [+]
              Chaucer at Harvard by Anthony Kye, p. 29 - 1 Review
              1. Geoffrey Chaucer and the Development of His Genius by John Livingston Lowes
            27. Speaking of the Dance by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
            28. Historical Hash by Irving Lerner, p. 30
            29. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          3. [+]
            August 28, 1934 Issue = 18 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Weeks Papers, pp. 6-7
            3. Who Hired the 'Frisco Cops, p. 8
            4. California's Terror Continues by Caroline Decker, pp. 9-10
            5. America's Youth Rejects Fascism by Theodore Draper, pp. 11-12
            6. A Million Workers Say Strike! by Carl Reeve, pp. 13-15
            7. Robert Minor, the Man by Orrick Johns, pp. 16-18
            8. Jews in the Soviet Union by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 19-20
            9. Five Thousand Farms for Sale by Edward Newhouse, pp. 21-23
            10. "Bombs in the Sky" by Harold Ward, p. 24
            11. Correspondence, p. 25
            12. [+]
              Daniel Boone Belongs to Us by Michael Gold, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. American Song by Paul Engle
            13. [+]
              Germs of Frustration by Granville Hicks, p. 27 - 4 Reviews
              1. Grammar of Love by Ivan Bunin
              2. Corporal Tune by L.A.G. Strong
              3. Dusk at the Grove by Samuel Rogers
              4. Slim by William Wister Haines
            14. [+]
              The Frightened Physicists by Henry Hart, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. The Architecture of the Universe by W.F.G. Swann
            15. [+]
              Can Jeffers Learn? by Herbert A. Klein, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. Robinson Jeffers: The Man and His Work by Lawrence Clark Powell
            16. Dictator for a Day by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
            17. Other New Films by I.L., p. 30
            18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          4. [+]
            September 4, 1934 Issue = 19 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Week's Papers, pp. 6-7
            3. Richberg Tries to Cover Up, pp. 8-10
            4. The Slum Clearance Farce by Philip Sterling, pp. 11-12
            5. Funeral in Vienna by Robert Gessner, pp. 13-15
            6. Technicians in Revolt by Sidney Hill, pp. 16-17
            7. The Women's Fight Against War by Ann Barton, p. 18
            8. Vagrancy Trial by Tom Johnson, pp. 19-21
            9. Notes on Science by David Ramsey, p. 22
            10. Correspondence, p. 23
            11. Aged Bard Takes His Stand by Robert Forsythe, p. 24
            12. [+]
              The State of Britain by Granville Hicks, p. 25 - 6 Reviews
              1. General Buntop's Miracle, and Other Stories by Martin D. Armstrong
              2. The Woman Who Had Imagination, and Other Stories by H.E. Bates
              3. Defy the Foul Fiend by John Collier
              4. Full Flavour by Doris Leslie
              5. The Spinner of the Years by Phyllis Bentley
              6. Love on the Dole by Walter Greenwood
            13. [+]
              Bloody Thursday by Thomas Boyd, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Veterans on the March by Jack Douglas
            14. [+]
              "Gesture Without Motion" by Obed Brooks, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. The Rock by T.S. Eliot
            15. [+]
              Brief Reviews, p. 27 - 3 Reviews
              1. The Revolt Against Mechanism by L.P. Jacks
              2. Early Days Among the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians by John E. Seger
              3. The Foreground of American Fiction by Harry Hartwick
            16. [+]
              Andre Malraux's "Man's Fate" by Haakon Chevalier, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Man's Fate by Andre Malraux
            17. [+]
              A Comment Man's Fate, by Andre Malraux by Granville Hicks, pp. 28-29 - 1 Review
              1. Man's Fate by Andre Malraux
            18. Current Films by L.L., p. 30
            19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          5. [+]
            September 11, 1934 Issue = 18 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. Upton Sinclair's Threat, pp. 6-7
            3. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            4. Patriots A.W.O.L. by Carl Haessler, p. 9
            5. The Battle of New Orleans by Michael Blankfort, pp. 10-11
            6. Press-a-Button Counter-Revolution by David Ramsey, pp. 12-13
            7. A California Summary by Lew Levenson, pp. 14-15
            8. Freed Land by Li Yan Chen, pp. 16-17
            9. Pacific Mills by Martin Russak, pp. 18-19
            10. Ivory Towers---White and Red by Joseph Freeman, pp. 20-24
            11. Correspondence, p. 25
            12. [+]
              Dahlberg's New Novel by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Those Who Perish by Edward Dahlberg
            13. [+]
              Epic of Soviet China by Isidor Schneider, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. The Chinese Soviets by Victor A. Yakhontoff
            14. [+]
              A Primer for Lambs by Scott Nearing, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Security Speculation: Its Economic Effects by John T. Flynn
            15. [+]
              Dialectics of Diplomacy by Liston M. Oak, p. 28 - 1 Review
              1. The Soviets at Geneva by Kathryn W. Davis
            16. Inaugurating a Campaign by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
            17. "Soviets Greet New Turkey" by Irving Lerner, p. 30
            18. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          6. [+]
            September 18, 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-4
            2. The Week's Papers, p. 5
            3. The Morro Castle Mystery, pp. 6-7
            4. The International Bunmen, pp. 8-9
            5. Behind the Headlines in the Textile Strike by Jackson X. Curry, p. 10
            6. Notes on New England by Waldo Frank, pp. 10-11
            7. Paterson's Day Workers by Steve Foster, p. 12
            8. The South's Attack on the Worker's Health by Herbert Gerritt, M.D., p. 13
            9. Flying Squadrons in Connecticut by Walter Snow, p. 14
            10. A Letter From America, p. 15
            11. I Was Marching by Meridel Le Sueur, pp. 16-18
            12. The Slithy Electrons by David Ramsey, p. 19
            13. Sunday to Sunday by Kenneth Fearing, p. 20
            14. The Wobbly in American Literature by Alan Calmer, p. 21
            15. The Chimera by Edwin Seaver, pp. 22-23
            16. The Face of a City by John Boling, p. 24
            17. Correspondence, p. 25
            18. [+]
              The Antics of Pirandello by Jerre Mangione, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. The Naked Truth, and Eleven Other Stories by Luigi Pirandello
            19. [+]
              A Pal for Tatiana by Phil Horowitz, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. I am a Cossack by Boris Kamyshansky
            20. [+]
              A Culture That Survived by Liston M. Oak, pp. 27-28 - 1 Review
              1. The Lummi Indians of Northwest Washington by Bernhard J. Stern
            21. The Theatre by George Wilson, p. 29
            22. Between Ourselves, p. 30
            23. Current Films by I.L., pp. 30-32
          7. [+]
            September 25, 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            3. The Soviet Union in the League, p. 9
            4. Terror in Rhode Island as the Textile Strike Grows by Walter Snow, pp. 10-11
            5. On the Picket Line by Merle Colby, pp. 12-13
            6. From the Soviet Silk Workers , p. 14
            7. The Newspaper on the Ice Floe, p. 15
            8. Underground Journalism by John Roman, p. 16
            9. March of the Native Bezprizorni by W.D. Trowbridge, p. 17
            10. Romanticism and Communism by Genevieve Taggard, pp. 18-20
            11. Solidarity by John Mullen, p. 21
            12. Witness at Leipzig by Edwin Rolfe, p. 22
            13. Correspondence, p. 23
            14. [+]
              Still on the Fence by Joseph North, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. The Foundry by Albert Halper
            15. [+]
              Not So Slow by Edwin Seaver, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Slow Vision by Maxwell Bodenheim
            16. [+]
              No Salvation By Art by Isidor Schneider, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. The Ways of White Folks by Langston Hughes
            17. [+]
              Retreat to Faith by David Ramsey, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Science for a New World by John Arthur Thomson and J.G. Crowther
            18. [+]
              Salamandars and Politics by Granville Hicks, p. 27 - 1 Review
              1. Now in November by Josephine W. Johnson
            19. [+]
              Brief Review, p. 27 - 2 Reviews
              1. Education and Social Progress by Charles H. Judd
              2. From Rameses to Rockefeller by Charles Harris Whitaker
            20. The Theatre: Judgment Day by George Willson, p. 28
            21. In a Burst of Fury by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
            22. A Revolutionary Film by Peter Ellis, p. 30
            23. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
        4. [+]
          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1934 = 8 Issues, 159 Articles
          1. [+]
            October 2, 1934 Issue = 20 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. To the Freshmen, pp. 6-7
            3. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            4. Plotting the American Pogroms by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-13
            5. The Textile Strike Sell-Out by Seymour Waldman, pp. 14-15
            6. Greetings, Mr. Gorman! by Merle Colby, p. 16
            7. White Guards on Parade by Granville Hicks, pp. 17-22
            8. New Women in Old Asia by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 23-27
            9. Books of the Quarter, p. 28
            10. Proletarian Literature Today by Maxim Gorky, pp. 29-33
            11. The Meaning of Fascism by Joseph Freeman, pp. 34-35
            12. Soviet Republic No. 2 by Conrad Komorowski, p. 36
            13. Happy Days in Fascist Italy by Jerre Mangione, p. 37
            14. The Right Reverend Re-Definer by Corliss Lamont, pp. 38-39
            15. Correspondence, p. 40
            16. Mr. Vanderbilt's Ocean by Robert Forsythe, pp. 41-42
            17. War: "One Hell of a Business" by Harold Ward, pp. 43-44
            18. The Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 45
            19. A Real Anti-Nazi Film by Peter Ellis, p. 46
            20. Between Ourselves, pp. 46-48
          2. [+]
            October 9, 1934 Issue = 19 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            3. Plotting the American Pogroms by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-12
            4. Senator Nye Shadow-Boxes War by Marguerite Young, pp. 13-14
            5. New Women in Old Asia by Joshua Kunitz, pp. 15-18
            6. God'a A Haole by Walker Winslow, p. 19
            7. These Men Are Revolution by Edwin Rolfe, p. 20
            8. Correspondence, p. 21
            9. A High Talent for Straddling by Granville Hicks, p. 22
            10. [+]
              Poverty and Plenty by Anna Rochester, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. America's Capacity to Produce by Edwin G. Nourse
              2. America's Capacity to Consume by Maurice Leven, Harold G. Moulton, and Clark Warburton, ...
            11. [+]
              How Sophomores Would Solve It by Joseph M. Gillman, p. 24 - 2 Reviews
              1. The ABC of Social Credit by Elizabeth S. Holter
              2. The Douglas Manual by C.H. Douglas and Philip Mairet
            12. [+]
              Babbitt's Bard by Murray Godwin, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Pegasus Pulls a Hack by Berton Braley
            13. [+]
              Brief Review, p. 26 - 4 Reviews
              1. We Accept with Pleasure by Bernard A. DeVoto
              2. To Each a Penny by Francis Plummer
              3. The Quest for Corvo by A.J.A. Symons
              4. To the North! by Jeannette Mirsky
            14. Book Notes, p. 26
            15. Science Notes by David Ramsey, p. 27
            16. The Theatre by George Willson, p. 28
            17. Mae West: A Treatise on Decay by Robert Forsythe, p. 29
            18. Cream Puff and Black Bread by Peter Ellis, p. 29
            19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          3. [+]
            October 16, 1934 Issue = 20 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Week's Papers, pp. 6-7
            3. Revolution in Spain, p. 8
            4. Plotting the American Pogroms by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-11
            5. Warring On War by Joseph North, pp. 12-13
            6. The Vanderbilts and the Rats by Robert Forsythe, p. 14
            7. The Saar---Powder Keg of Europe by Howard Ward, p. 15
            8. A Pageant of Soviet Literature by Moissaye J. Olgin, pp. 16-19
            9. The Last Frontier by Ruth Lechlitner, p. 20
            10. Correspondence, p. 21
            11. American Spectator---A Nazi Sheet by Orrick Johns, p. 22
            12. [+]
              Aborted Renaissance by Isidor Schneider, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Chinese Renaissance by Shih Hu
            13. [+]
              Making Faces at the Revolution by S. Snedden, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Challenge to the New Deal by Alfred M. Bingham and Selden Rodman
            14. [+]
              The End Is Its Beginning by Thomas Boyd, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. The Folks by Ruth Suckow
            15. [+]
              Brief Review, p. 26 - 4 Reviews
              1. Black Monastery by Aladar Kuncz
              2. Sinclair Lewis's Dodsworth by Sidney Howard
              3. The Laughing Journey by Thomas Lennon
              4. In the Dark Backward by Henry W. Nevinson
            16. Book Notes, p. 26
            17. Musical Life in Soviet Russia by Elie Seigmeister, pp. 27-28
            18. The Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 29
            19. Let's Build a Ditch by Peter Ellis, p. 30
            20. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          4. [+]
            November 6, 1934 Issue = 19 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. The Week's Papers, p. 8
            3. Plotting the American Pogroms by John L. Spivak, pp. 9-12
            4. Voices from Germany, p. 13
            5. Crosbie---Legionnaire and Communist by Orrick Johns, p. 14
            6. Reviewing Stand by Russell T. Limbach, pp. 15-17
            7. The Newest Attack Upon the Scottsboro Defense by James S. Allen, pp. 18-20
            8. Correspondence, p. 21
            9. [+]
              The Vigorous Abandon of Max Eastman's Mind by Granville Hicks, p. 22 - 1 Review
              1. Art and the Life of Action, with Other Essays by Max Eastman
            10. [+]
              A Part of Our Folk Literature by Alan Calmer, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. American Ballads and Folk Songs by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax
            11. [+]
              A Few Jokes for Babbitt by Mark Land, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Wasn't the Depression Terrible? by Otto Soglow and David George Plotkin
            12. [+]
              Up and Down the Furrow by Orrick Johns, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. Man With a Bull-Tongue Plow by Jesse Stuart
            13. [+]
              Brief Review, p. 26 - 4 Reviews
              1. Peace with Honour by A.A. Milne
              2. Papa Pasquier by Georges Duhamel
              3. The White Monk of Timbuctoo by William Seabrook
              4. Revelations of a Prison Doctor by Louis Berg
            14. Speak to Me of Love by Robert Forsythe, p. 27
            15. Bruckner and Beethoven by Ashley Pettis, p. 28
            16. New School Symposium by J.L., p. 28
            17. Other Programs by Max Margulis, p. 28
            18. The Same Old Lubitsch by Peter Ellis, p. 29
            19. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          5. [+]
            November 13, 1934 Issue = 22 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. The Week's Papers, pp. 6-7
            3. Plotting the American Pogroms by John L. Spivak, pp. 8-10
            4. A Hunger Marcher Reports by David Lurie, pp. 11-12
            5. Slumming at the Museum by Sidney Hill, pp. 13-14
            6. Capitalism Sterilizes by Louise Preece, pp. 15-16
            7. The End of Bourgeois Poetry by D.S. Mirsky, pp. 17-18
            8. Mr. Tubbe's Morning Service by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 19
            9. Hitler's Ersatz Regime by Harold Ward, p. 20
            10. Correspondence, p. 21
            11. It Still Goes on by Granville Hicks, p. 22
            12. [+]
              From the Other Side of the Tracks by Joseph North, p. 23 - 1 Review
              1. The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze, and Other Stories by William Saroyan
            13. [+]
              Waldo Frank's Unceasing Quest by Edwin Seaver, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. The Death and Birth of David Markand by Waldo D. Frank
            14. [+]
              Tear Out the Text by Paul Bern, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. I Photograph Russia by James E. Abbe
            15. [+]
              The Belloc Saga by Donald Morrow, p. 25 - 2 Reviews
              1. A Shorter History of England by Hilaire Belloc
              2. Oliver Cromwell by Hilaire Belloc
            16. Book Notes, p. 26
            17. Tragedy in the Bowl by Robert Forsythe, p. 27
            18. The Theatre by Michael Blankfort, p. 28
            19. An All-Bach Recital by Ashley Pettis, p. 29
            20. What Happened to Stravinsky? by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 29
            21. The Beauty of Poverty, p. 30
            22. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          6. [+]
            December 4, 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-5
            2. Prayer for Thanksgiving---1934 by James Neugass, pp. 6-7
            3. Anti-Semitism: What to Do About It, p. 8
            4. The Middle Class Must Choose, pp. 9-12
            5. Will the Farmer Go Red? by John Latham, p. 13
            6. "We'll Let Them Take Their Medicine" by Slater Brown, p. 14
            7. Korea: Annex of Japan by Harold Ward, p. 15
            8. The Crisis of Capitalist Culture by Nikolai Bukharin, pp. 16-18
            9. Correspondence, pp. 19-20
            10. In Search of the Image by James T. Farrell, p. 21
            11. [+]
              A Study in Comparative Literature by Granville Hicks, pp. 22-23 - 1 Review
              1. Comrade-Mister by Isidor Schneider
            12. [+]
              History for the Leisure Class by David Burrows, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. America's Tragedy by James Truslow Adams
            13. [+]
              Minus the Most Important Problem by Donald Hemsley, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Problems of the Pacific, 1933 by Bruno Lasker and W.L. Holland
            14. [+]
              What the Author Does Not Hear by Myra Page, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. When the Looms Are Silent by Maxence van der Meersch
            15. Redder Than the Rose by Robert Forsythe, p. 26
            16. Music: The Philharmonic's Varied Course by Ashley Pettis, p. 27
            17. Quintanilla's Etchings by Stephen Alexander, p. 28
            18. "On the Waterfront" by Peter Ellis, p. 28
            19. Current Theatre, p. 29
            20. The Dance by Edna Ocko, p. 30
            21. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          7. [+]
            December 11, 1934 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. Sniping at Scottsboro, p. 8
            3. Will the Farmer Go Red? by John Latham, pp. 9-10
            4. Greeks Bearing Gifts by Robert Forsythe, pp. 11-12
            5. Roosevelt and the Next War by Seymour Waldman, pp. 13-18
            6. How Insull Beat the Rap by Carl Haessler, pp. 19-20
            7. Correspondence, pp. 21-22
            8. Without Benefit of Literary Editors by Isidor Schneider, pp. 23-24
            9. [+]
              You Can Fight Here by Joseph Freeman, p. 25 - 1 Review
              1. You Can't Sleep Here by Edward Newhouse
            10. [+]
              Poet No Longer in Exile by Alfred Kreymborg, p. 26 - 1 Review
              1. Poet in Exile by Antonina Vallentin
            11. [+]
              Brief Review, p. 27 - 4 Reviews
              1. Birth Control: Its Use and Misuse by Dorothy Dunbar Bromley
              2. Twice a Baker's Dozen by Milton Harvey
              3. Candles in the Storm by Robert Littell
              4. The Poems and Plays of Robert Browning by Saxe Commins and Robert Browning
            12. Salvador Dali, or Life Is a Nightmare by Stephen Alexander, p. 28
            13. The Theatre by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 29
            14. Flirtation Walk by Peter Ellis, p. 30
            15. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
          8. [+]
            December 25, 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
            1. Editorial Comment, pp. 3-7
            2. "Taking the Profit Out of War", p. 8
            3. The Executions in Soviet Russia, p. 9
            4. Kiangwan Civic Center by Mike Pell, p. 10
            5. At Last A Department Store Strike, p. 11
            6. Happy, Happy Noel by Robert Forsythe, p. 12
            7. Voices from Germany by Walter Schoenstedt, p. 13
            8. Will the Farmer Go Red? by John Latham, p. 14
            9. Why Capitalism Can't Plan by Earl Browder, p. 15
            10. San Francisco: 1934 by Paul Courtney, pp. 16-18
            11. Two Poems by Carl John Bostelmann, p. 19
            12. For My Mother by Rolfe Humphries, p. 19
            13. El Gran Chaco by Harold Ward, p. 20
            14. Correspondence, p. 21
            15. Another Authority on Marxism by Granville Hicks, p. 22
            16. [+]
              A Hero of Our Time by Arthur Heller, p. 23 - 2 Reviews
              1. The Reichstag Fire Trial by George Dimitrov and D.N. Pritt
              2. Dimitrov by Stella D. Blagoyeva
            17. [+]
              The Dividends of War by Muriel Rukeyser, p. 24 - 1 Review
              1. Zaharoff: High Priest of War by Guiles Davenport
            18. [+]
              Master and Pupil by Steve Foster, p. 25 - 2 Reviews
              1. Eleven New Cantos: XXXI to XLI by Ezra Pound
              2. A Tearless Glass by Louis Grudin
            19. [+]
              Brief Review, pp. 25-26 - 5 Reviews
              1. Suzy by Herbert Gorman
              2. A Southern Welcome by John Howard Lawson
              3. Photographs by Man Ray by Man Ray
              4. Sex in Prison by Joseph F. Fishman
              5. On Relief in Illinois by Jack Martin
            20. Art: Without Benefit of Rits by Stephen Alexander, p. 27
            21. Theatre: The Most Important Play in New York by Stanley Burnshaw, p. 28
            22. Soviet Musical Satire by Peter Ellis, p. 29
            23. Between Ourselves, pp. 30-32
      2. [+]
        Issues of 1935 = 41 Issues, 805 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1936 = 52 Issues, 1,159 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1937 = 53 Issues, 1,123 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1938 = 51 Issues, 1,045 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1939 = 31 Issues, 582 Articles
              2. [+]
                Issues of the 1940s = 9 Years, 387 Issues, 6,736 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1940 = 53 Issues, 938 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1941 = 48 Issues, 882 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1942 = 53 Issues, 906 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1943 = 52 Issues, 922 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1944 = 46 Issues, 813 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1945 = 29 Issues, 554 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1946 = 52 Issues, 925 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1947 = 52 Issues, 772 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1948 = 2 Issues, 24 Articles