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Politics (January 1945)

Contents:

Cover (page 1)
Contributors (page 2)
Greece (pp. 2-8)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnonsense (pp. 8-9)
French, Martin (Gallicus.) The liberals' "indispensable man": Hitler (pp. 10-13)
"It is up to you, gentlemen!" (p. 14)
A Nazi meets with CO. (p. 14)
Savage, DS. Socialism in extremis (pp. 15-18)
The American Scene. The Albany story (pp. 18-21)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). European newsreel (pp. 21-23)
Macdonald, Dwight. The Jews, "The New Leader", an old Judge Hull (pp. 23-25)
Chiaromontes, Nicholas. Books. Social law, after Proudhon (pp. 25-28)
Bettelheim, Bruno. Books. Diagnosis of Our Time (pp. 28-29)
MacLow, Jackson. Books. The Good Soldier Schweik (pp. 29-30)
The intelligence office. "Where are you going?" - Further Top comments (pp. 30-31)
The intelligence office (pp. 31-32)

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Politics (February 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 33)
Macdonald, Dwight. Wallace & the labor draft (pp. 34-37)
The greek tragedy (2) (pp. 38-42)
Tucci, Nicholas. Uncle Sam's uncle (pp. 42-43)
Schapiro, Meyer. A note on Max Weber's politics (pp. 44-48)
Calhoun, Arthur W.. well socialized Can american politics? (pp. 48-50)
Weil, Simone. War as an institution (4). Reflections on war (pp. 51-55)
(Candide). A note on Simone Weil (pp. 55-56)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). European newsreel. Retreat in France (pp. 56-57)
Oakes, J. Walter. "The manpower shortage fraud" (pp. 57-58)
Macdonald, Dwight. Eastmania (pp. 58-60)
Bazelon, David T.. Periodicals. "Race-thinking before racism" (pp. 60-61)
Berryman, John. Popular Culture. A plug for America (p. 61)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. Stalinism and the Resistance (pages 61-62)
Steig, Arthur. The intelligence office. "Inter-enemy ethics" (pp. 62-63)
Queener, Llewellyn. The intelligence office. "Inter-enemy ethics" (p. 63)
Taylor, William Palmer. The intelligence office. The russian question - rebuttal (pp. 63-64)
Contributors (p. 64)

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Politics (March 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 65)
Editorial (p. 65)
Comment (pp. 66-67)
Comment. Warsaw (4) (pp. 67-68)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). European newsreel. The Stalintern over Europe (pp. 68-71)
Pearson, Frederick. letter from north Africa (pp. 71-72)
Farber, Marjorie. "Supermarket" (pp. 72-73)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnonsense (pp. 73-74)
Serge, Victor. The danger was within (I). "War Communism" (pp. 74-78)
Seldon, Edward. Popular Culture. Reviews. Freedom road; Strange fruit (pp. 78-79)
Goodman, Paul. Popular Culture. Reviews. Infants without families (pp. 79-80)
Macdonald, Dwight. Popular Culture. Reviews. "The Red and the Black" (pp. 80-81)
Macdonald, Dwight. Popular Culture. Reviews. "Fortune press analysis: labor" (p. 81)
Bazelon, David T.. Popular Culture. Reviews. "Reflections of social disorganization in the behavior of a schizophrenic patient" (p. 81)
Macdonald, Dwight. War as an institution (5). The responsability of peoples (pp. 82-93)
Roth, Lila. Books. Poland and Russia: the last quarter century (pp. 93-94)
Brumm, John. Books. Social darwinism in American thought, 1860-1915 (p. 94)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair.) Books. Nazi-Deutsch: a glossary of contemporary german usage (p. 94)
The intelligence office (pp. 94-95)
Corbett, Jean. The intelligence office. Letter from France (pp. 95-96)
(Pfc.) The intelligence office. Letter from Belgium (p. 96)

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Politics (April 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 97)
Wilson, R. Arthur. "Why am i fighting?" (pp. 97-99)
"Why?" - Underside view (pp. 100-102)
Comment (pp. 102-105)
Marquart, Frank. letter Detroit: the strike Briggs (pp. 105-106)
Serge, Victor. The danger was within (II). Kronstadt (pp. 107-111)
Tucci, Niccolo. notes for a political dictionary (p. 112)
Macdonald, Dwight. Popular Culture. Field notes (pp. 112-116)
Calhoun, Francy. Popular Culture. Ours to reason why (p. 116)
Rainer, Dachine. Books. The private life of a master race (p. 117)
L., W.. Books. Herrn Thomas Manns neuste Wandlung (pp. 117-118)
G., E.. Books. Conscience and the State. Legal and administrative problems of conscientious objectors, 1943-1944 (p. 118)
G., E.. Books. Racial State. The German Nationalities Policy in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (p. 118)
Gerth, HH. "Max Weber's politics" - a rejoinder (pp. 119-120)
Greece (3) (pp. 120-123)
Horn, Samson. For a "Third Camp" position on Greece (pages 123-125)
Eastman, Max The intelligence office. Rebuttal (pp. 125-126)
Vogel, Virgil J.. The intelligence office. Suall oce blackberries - and finally (p. 126)
Woodcock, George. The intelligence office. Persecution on British anarchists (pp. 127-128)
Contributors (p. 128)

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Politics (May 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 129)
Germany, 1945 The two horrors (pp. 130-131)
Germany, 1945 Letter from Sergeant (pp. 131-132)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair.) Germany, 1945 European newsreel: AMG in Wasteland (pp. 132-134)
Comment (pp. 134-136)
Schuyler, George S .. FDR (p. 137)
Silone, Ignazio. Nihilism (pp. 138-139)
Bell, Daniel. politics The lag of the Commonwealth (pp. 139-143)
Marquart, Frank. Reports on an MCF conference (pp. 143-144)
Bloom, Solomon F .. The last king (p. 145)
Abel, Lionel. Stalin's advocate (pp. 146-148)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnonsense (pp. 148-149)
Macdonald, Dwight. Free and equal. Jim Crow in uniform: current notes (pp. 150-151)
Greece (4) (pp. 151-152)
Greece (4). A British soldier writes from Greece (pages. 153-154)
Reimann, Guenter. "The Responsibility of Peoples", with a reply by Dwight Macdonald (pp. 154-156)
Gratsos, C .. Modern Texts. The memorandum Gratsos (pp. 156-159)
The intelligence office (pp. 159-160)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). The intelligence office. French literary politics (pp. 159-160)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. Correction (p. 160)
(Pfc). The intelligence office. Generation Lost # 2 (pg. 160)
Contributors (p. 160)

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Politics (June 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 161)
Macdonald, Dwight. Badoglio A japanese? (pp. 161-164)
Goodman, Paul. The Ford (p. 164)
Macdonald, Dwight. Conscription & conscientious objection (p. 165)
Triest, Frank. Conscription & conscientious objection. Conscription is the issue (pp. 165-166)
Lewis, E. John. Conscription & conscientious objection. The slow-down at Germfask (pp. 166-167)
Kepler, Roy C .. Conscription & conscientious objection. An open letter to CPS men (pp. 167-168)
Goldbloom, Maurice. The liberation of China (pages. 169-170)
Macdonald, Dwight. Germany, 1945 Current notes (pp. 170-171)
Germany, 1945 Some letters from soldier-readers (p. 172)
Levcik, Jan. Germany, 1945, Buchenwald before the war (pp. 173-174)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). European newsreel (pp. 174-175)
Serge, Victor. danger was The Within (3). Vignettes of NEP (pp. 176-180)
Harlan, John Marshall. Modern Texts. The Plessy Dissent (pp. 180-182)
Vogel, Virgil J .. A note on Soviet education (pp. 182-184)
Woodcock, George. Political persecution in England (pp. 185-186)
White, MG. Books. Politics and morals (pp. 186-187)
Roth, Lila. Books. The sinews of peace (p. 187)
American soldier. The intelligence office. London, March 1945 Paris, April 1945 (pp. 187-189)
Glazer, Nathan. The intelligence office. In defense of Fromm-Horney (pp. 189-190)
Comment (pp. 190-192)
Contributors (p. 192)

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Politics (July 1945)

Contents:
XXX. Cover (p. 193)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnnonsense (pp. 194-196)
Donaghue, Terence. The United Nations Non-Charter (p. 196)
Goodman, Paul. The political meaning of some recent revisions of Freud (pp. 197-203)
Bloom, Solomon F .. The responsability of Peoples - further Top discussion. The "rationality" of the death camps (pp. 203-204)
Clough, Gordon H .. The responsability of Peoples - further Top discussion. The "rationality" of the death camps (p. 204)
Macdonald, Dwight. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. The "rationality" of the death camps (p. 204)
Anthony, George. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Human, all too human? (p. 205)
Macdonald, Dwight. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Human, all too human? (pp. 205-206)
Franck, Sebastian. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Moral vs. political responsability (p. 206)
Cork, Jim. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Moral vs. political responsability (p. 206)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Moral vs. political responsability (pp. 206-207)
Macdonald, Dwight. responsability of The Peoples - further Top discussion. Moral vs. political responsability (pp. 207-209)
Worthy, Jr., William. Free and equal. My "friends" (pp. 209-210)
Kerr, Wilfred H .. Free and equal. Black boy - a review (pp. 210-211)
Popular Culture. Memo on Disney films for South America (pages. 211-213)
Popular Culture. Modesty is a luxury (p. 213)
Orlansky, Harold. Books. The japanese people - three basic books. Suye Mura, a japanese village (pp. 213-215)
Libson, Ethel. Books. The japanese people - three basic books. Year of the wild boar. An american woman in Japan (pages. 215-216)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. The japanese people - three basic books. Japan: a short cultural history (pp. 216-217)
Macdonald, Dwight. Revolution, Ltd. - a text with comments (pp. 218-221)
The intelligence office. News of the french revolutionary Left (p. 221)
Schuyler, George S .. The intelligence office. George Schuyler's politics; reply to HJ Goldstein (pp. 221-222)
Steig, Arthur. The intelligence office. The wrong bottle (pg. 222)
The intelligence office (pp. 222-224)
Contributors (p. 224)

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Politics (August 1945)

Contents:
Atrocities of the mind (pagg. 225-227)
Stendhal. There was a War! (pag. 228)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). The peace criminals (pagg. 229-232)
Elton, Mark. Where apathy begins (pag. 232)
Malaquais, Jean. Louis Aragon, or the professional patriot (pagg. 233-235)
Oakes, Walter J.. The national scene (pagg. 235-236)
Anders, Robert. Can capitalism be humanized? Two reviews: (1) Beveridge on a free society (pagg. 237-240)
Bruggers, Arnold. Can capitalism be humanized? Two reviews: (2) Notes on Abba P. Lerner's The economics of control - Principles of welfare economy (pagg. 240-243)
The soldier reports. Germany, April 30; Austria, May 23 (pagg. 244-245)
The soldier reports. Dusseldorf, Germany (pag. 245)
H. L. (Merchant Seaman). The soldier reports. Salonika, Greece (pagg. 245-246)
The soldier reports. Philippine Islands (pag. 246)
Steig, Arthur. Popular Culture. Jazz, clock & song of our anxiety (pagg. 246-247)
Calhoun, Francy. It happened in the U.S.A.. Some footnotes on a news item (pagg. 248-249)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. A social history of the american family: from colonial times to the present (pag. 250)
Orlansky, Harold. Books. A note on anti-semitism among negroes (pagg. 250-252)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. "The responsability of peoples" (pag. 252)
The intelligence office (pagg. 252-253)
Comment (pagg. 253-256)
Contributors (pag. 256)

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Politics (September 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 257)
Macdonald, Dwight. The Bomb (pp. 257-260)
Vogel, Virgil J .. The Bomb (2): birthplace (pp. 261-262)
Orlansky, Harold. The Bomb (3): observations from an asylum (pp. 262-263)
Laughlin, James. !!! FLASH (p. 263)
The soldier reports. American zone, Germany; Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia; Somewhere-in-Belgium; Steyr, Austria; Darmstadt, Germany (pp. 264-265)
Chiaromonte, Nicholas. Koestler, or tragedy made ​​futile (pp. 266-270)
Oakes, Walter J .. The national scene (pp. 270-271)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). against Europe The Big 3 (pp. 271-273)
Labor imperialism (pp. 274-276)
Frost; Andrea. Letters from France. May 19, 1945 May 26, 1945 June 25, 1945 (pp. 276-279)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Half a million forgotten people: the story of the cotton textile workers; Substandard wages (p. 280)
Bazelon, David T .. Books. The revolutionary committees in the Departments of France, 1793-1794 (pp. 280-281)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Axis rule in occupied Europe (pg. 281)
Mills, C. Wright. Books. The sociology of literary taste (p. 281)
G., AND .. Books. The education of free men (p. 281)
G., AND .. Books. Towards a christian peace. I. A political approach. II. An economic approach (p. 281)
Comfort, Alex. The intelligence office. Conscription must be resisted! (p. 282)
The intelligence office (pp. 282-286)
Malaquais, Jean. The intelligence office. V Class. people (pp. 283-284)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. Dead in France (p. 285)
Donaghue, Terence. The intelligence office. Death camps known about earlier (p. 286)
Comment (pp. 286-287)
Comment. Greece (5) (pp. 287-288)
Contributors (p. 288)

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Politics (October 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 289)
Here's ONE thing we can do! An appeal to the readers of "politics" (p. 289)
Seldon, Edward. War as an institution (6). Military society (pp. 290-293)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnonsense (pp. 293-294)
The soldier reports (pp. 294-295)
Woodcock, George. Conscientious objection in England (pp. 296-297)
Jackson, J. Hampden. Ancestors (1). Proudhon (pp. 297-299)
Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph. "The general idea of the revolution in the 19th century" (pp. 299-304)
500 Red Army men, a first-hand report (pp. 304-305)
Macdonald, Nancy. Popular Culture. Are hospitals made ​​for people or vice versa? (pp. 306-308)
Jones, Jack. Popular Culture. Yaltarian cultures (pp. 308-309)
Macdonald, Dwight. Popular Culture. Memo to Mr. Luce (pp. 309-311)
Constas, Helen. Books. The dynamics of culture change; an inquiry into race relations in Africa (pages. 311-312)
Fulton, Vera. Books. The problem teacher (pp. 312-313)
Mills, C. Wright; Salter, Patricia J .. The barricade and the bedroom; with a reply by Paul Goodman (pp. 313-316)
The intelligence office. In defense of Patton-Halsey; with a reply by D. Macdonald (p. 317)
Orloff, Herbert. The intelligence office. Atomic fission and revolution (pp. 317-318)
Greenberg, Clement. The intelligence office. Blurb (p. 318)
Modlin, Jules. The intelligence office. Jazz oversimplified ?; with a reply by Arthur Steig (pp. 318-319)
Comment (pp. 319-320)
Stevens, CJ. Government of, by and for (p. 320)
Contributors (p. 313)
Here is what YOU can do: - (p. 320)

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Politics (November 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 321)
Weil, Simone. The Iliad or, the poem of force (pp. 321-331)
Ricardo. imperialism Labor - 2 reports from Britain. (1) The Bank of England is socialized (pp. 331-332)
Hasseck, Martin. imperialism Labor - 2 reports from Britain. (2) The dock strike (pp. 332-333)
Tucci, Nicholas. The friend of the Jews (p. 333)
Oakes, Walter J .. The national scene (pp. 333-334)
Caffi, Andrea (European). automatization of The european people (pp. 335-337)
French, Martin (Gallicus). Terror in the air: a critique of the Anglo-American bombing policy (pp. 338-342)
Individual responsability - some recent actions CO (pp. 342-344)
Glazer, Nathan. Books. The psychological frontiers of society (pp. 344-345)
Jaffe, Jacob H .. Books. The Jehovah's witnesses (pp. 345-346)
Babbitt, Milton B .. Battle cry (p. 346)
Seldon, Edward. resistance The poetry of Aragon and Eluard (pp. 347-349)
The intelligence office. Decadence of the world workingclass (p. 349)
Comment (pp. 349-351)
Contributors (p. 349)

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Politics (December 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 353)
Macdonald, Dwight. Starvation! America's Christmas gift to the European peoples (pp. 353-364)
Wiser, Arthur. Letter to a judge (pp. 364-365)
Frost; Andrea. The decline of the French Communists (pp. 366-367)
Bettelheim, Bruno. trials and german War re-education (pp. 368-369)
Macdonald, Dwight. roads in New Politics (p. 369)
Herberg, Will. roads in New Politics. Personalism against totalitarianism (pp. 369-374)
Caffi, Andrea (European). roads in New Politics. Towards a socialist program (pp. 374-376)
Goodman, Paul. roads in New Politics. Revolution, sociolatry and war (pp. 376-380)
Orlansky, Harold. Periodicals. "Racial and religious prejudice in everyday living" (pp. 380-381)
(Balticus). The intelligence office. The germans are clean and neat (pp. 381-382)
The intelligence office (p. 382)
Macdonald, Dwight. Reports on food packages (pp. 383-384)
This is Berysch P. (P.. 384)

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