1946

Politics (January 1946)

Contents:
Cover (p. 1)
Redman, Ben Ray. The story of John Mann (pp. 1-3)
The last days of Berlin - two letters from survivors (p. 4-7)
Mann, Georg. Morality at Nurnberg (p. 8)
Wolfe, Bertram D .. A note on Soviet place-names (pp. 8-9)
Landen, Melrick T .. The new five-hours war (p. 9)
Constas, Helen. roads in New Politics (2). A marxian critique of ideology (pp. 10-15)
Votaw, Albert. roads in New Politics (2). Toward a Personalist socialist philosophy (pp. 15-17)
Calhoun, Don. roads in New Politics (2). Non-violence and revolution (pp. 17-21)
Peck, James. roads in New Politics (2). A note on direct action (pp. 21-22)
The soldier reports. Karachi, India; Okinawa; Naples, Italy (pp. 23-24)
Swados, Harvey. Tragedy in Trieste (pp. 24-25)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnonsense (pp. 25-27)
Chiaromonte, Nicholas. PJ Proudhon - an uncomfortable thinker (pp. 27-29)
Macdonald, Dwight. Politicking (pp. 29-31)
The intelligence office. Hanford - Fact vs. fiction; with a reply by Virgil Vogel (pp. 31-32)
Notes on contributors (page 20).

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Politics (February 1946)

Contents:
On the Kind of Socialism Called "Scientific", by Nicola Chiaromonte (33)
Can Socialism be Humanized?, by Frank Fisher (44)
Discussion by Virgil J. Vogel (46)
"The Mexico Clique"--a Letter from Manila (49)
A Green International?, by K. L. N. Sinha (50)
Culture in the Ruins--3 Documents from Germany:
1. "A Beginning Must be Made", by Karl Jaspers (51)
2. The Rebirth of the University, by Karl Jaspers (52)
3. Notes on the German Academic Scene (55)
THE SOLDIER REPORTS:
The G.I. Basic Personality, by Roger Reingold (57)
POPULAR CULTURE:
Hospitals--Some Letters (58)
Third Report on Packages to Europe (60)
COMMENT (61)
THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICE (62)
POLITICKING (54)

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Politics (March 1946)

Cover (pag. 65)
Comment (pagg. 65-69)
Weil, Simone. War as an institution (7). Words and war (pagg. 69-73)
Woodcock, George. London letter (pagg. 74-76)
Tucci, Niccolò. Commonnonsense (pagg. 76-77)
Rodman, Selden. Exit, pursued by a bear (pag. 77)
Macdonald, Dwight. Rebellion or reconversion? (pagg. 77-78)
Spratt, Philip. Marxism and ethics (pagg. 79-84)
Jones, Jack. The mad king (pagg. 85-86)
Carlisle, Kathryn. Periodicals. "Laissez-faire, planning and ethics" (pagg. 86-87)
Carlisle, Kathryn. Periodicals. "Is Gunnar Myrdal on the right track" (pag. 87)
Carlisle, Kathryn. Periodicals. "On contemporary nihilism" (pagg. 87-88)
Carlisle, Kathryn. Periodicals. "Battle and other combatant casualities in the second world war" (pag. 88)
Carlisle, Kathryn. Periodicals. "Sociological elements in Veblen's theory" (pag. 88)
Redman, Ben Ray. Books. Animal farm: a fairy story (pagg. 88-89)
Farrell, James T.. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 89-93)
The intelligence office (pagg. 93-95)
Committee of the POUM in France. The intelligence office. An appeal for aid and solidarity (pagg. 93-94)
Politicking (pagg. 95-96)
Contributors (pag. 95)

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Politics (April 1946)

Cover (pag. 97)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man (pagg. 97-99)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. We need a new political vocabulary (pagg. 99-101)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. The world we live in (pagg. 101-104)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. The question of marxism (pagg. 104-106)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. The mirage of the proletarian revolution (pagg. 106-109)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. Bureaucratic collectivism: the "third alternative" (pagg. 109-112)
Macdonald, Dwight. New roads in Politics (4). The root is man. Modern war and the class struggle (pagg. 112-115)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). Why the resistance failed - an outline (pagg. 116-118)
Calhoun, Don. The non-violent revolutionists (pagg. 118-119)
Bendiner, Burton. Labor leads (pagg. 119-120)
Agee, James. Dedication day - rough sketch for a moving picture (pagg. 121-125)
Delecourt, Jean (Gelo); Delecourt, Andrée (Andrea). French letter (pagg. 125-126)
Franck, Sebastian. Ancestors (2). De Tocqueville (pagg. 127-128)
Caffi, Andrea (European). Is a revolutionary war a contradiction in terms? (pagg. 128-130)
Contributors (pag. 130)
Dubitsky, A.. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 131-132)
Constas, Helen. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 132-134)
Vogel, Virgil J.. Books. The Leveller tracts, 1647-1653 (pag. 134)
The intelligence office (pagg. 134-135)
Woodcock, George. The intelligence office. William Morris's ideas (pagg. 134-135)
Packages abroad: current information (pag. 136)

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Politics (May 1946)

Cover (pag. 137)
Whither "politics"? With a reply by the Editor (pagg. 138-142)
A. B. C.. The communists and the national question (pagg. 142-144)
Berger, Morroe. Invitation to violence, a note on british policy in Palestine (pagg. 144-145)
Goldwater, Ethel. The independent woman: a new course (pagg. 145-149)
Dwight Culler, A.. Man - piltdown to Fermi (pagg. 149-150)
Korsch, Karl. A non-dogmatic approach to marxism (pagg. 151-154)
Woodcock, George. London letter (pagg. 154-155)
Ash, Julian. Germany 1946, some impressions (pagg. 156-158)
The department of antiagriculture: letters to and from bureaucracy (pagg. 158-160)
Tolstoy, Leo. Ancestors (3). Tolstoy. Modern science (pagg. 161-164)
Tolstoy, Leo. Ancestors (3). Tolstoy. Stop and think! (pagg. 164-167)
Barbarow, George. Popular Culture. Do we need Hollywood? (pagg. 167-168)
Chiaromonte, Nicola. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 168-170)
Farrell, James T.. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pag. 170)
Macdonald, Dwight. Fourth report on packages abroad (pagg. 171-174)
Macdonald, Dwight. The intelligence office. Whitewashing the catholic church - an exchange of letters with the N. Y. Times (pagg. 174-175)
Dubitsky, Aron. The intelligence office. Reply to Helen Constas (pag. 175)
Politicking (pag. 176)
Contributors (pag. 176)
The picture on the cover (pag. 174)

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Politics (July 1946)

Cover (pag. 177)
Macdonald, Dwight. The C. P. S. strikes (pagg. 177-180)
A. B. C.. Paris letter: the june elections (pagg. 180-182)
S., R.. Anti-semitism at sea (pag. 183)
Bazelon, David T.. New roads in Politics. Discussion. New roads and old footpaths (pagg. 184-187)
Calhoun, Don. New roads in Politics. Discussion. New roads and old footpaths: reply (pagg. 187-188)
Chiaromonte, Nicola. New roads in Politics. Discussion. New roads and old footpaths: reply (pagg. 188-189)
Franck, Sebastian. New roads in Politics. Discussion. Escapism v. marxism (pagg. 189-192)
Goldbloom, Maurice. Books. The peoples of the Soviet Union (pagg. 192-193)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two (pagg. 194-195)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two. Scientific method and value judgement (pagg. 195-199)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two. Marxism and values - three texts with comments (pagg. 199-201)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two. The idea of progress (pagg. 201-207)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two. Toward a new concept of political action (pagg. 207-210)
Macdonald, Dwight. The root is man, part two. Five characteristics of a radical (pagg. 210-214)
The intelligence office (pagg. 214-215)
Peck, James. The intelligence office. You can strike against the Government (pagg. 215-216)
Amnesty petition (pag. 216)

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Politics (August 1946)

Cover (pag. 217)
Macdonald, Dwight. The story of Cyprus (with notes on Labor imperialism in Greece, Egypt and Palestine) (pagg. 217-225)
Harnett, Edward. The diary of the indoctrination commentator (pagg. 225-226)
Hasseck, Martin. English letter: Bevin at Bournemouth (pagg. 226-227)
Laurat, Lucien. Why european socialists look to America (pagg. 228-229)
Tucci, Niccolò. The streetcar is man (pagg. 229-230)
Bendiner, Burton. Labor's managerial ambitions (pagg. 230-231)
Woodcock, George. The english community movement (pagg. 231-233)
Ciliga, Anton. A talk with Lenin in Stalin's prison (pagg. 234-241)
Hirsch, Helmut. What is Roosevelt College? (pagg. 241-242)
McKenzie, Dorothy. Popular Culture. The time the Lady Writer imagined me (pagg. 242-244)
Atomic bombs, Union made - some letters with a comment by the Editor (pagg. 245-247)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Report on the negro soldier" (pagg. 247-248)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "The new russian imperialism - its economic policy and aims in the occupied countries" (pag. 248)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "The Jewish delicatessen: the evolution of an institution" (pag. 248)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "The conservative South, a political myth" (pag. 248)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Literature as an institution" (pagg. 248-249)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Attitudes towards Soviet Russia"; "Favorable and unfavorable attitudes toward certain enemy and allied countries" (pag. 249)
Subotsky, Milton. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 249-250)
Marquart, Frank. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 251-253)
Knight, Damon. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 253-254)
(Dely X). The intelligence office. Letter from Austria (pag. 254)
Demaziere, Albert. The intelligence office. The Blasco murder (pagg. 254-255)
The intelligence office (pag. 255)
Contributors (pag. 256)

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Politics (September 1946)

Cover (pag. 257)
Comfort, Alex. A legend of UNO (pagg. 257-259)
Woodcock, George. Ancestors (4). William Godwin (pagg. 260-262)
Godwin, William. Extracts from "Enquiry concerning political justice" (pagg. 262-267)
Tucci, Niccolò. Letter to a friend (pagg. 267-268)
Orwell, George. "Catastrophic gradualism" (pagg. 268-270)
Pannekoek, Anton. The failure of the workingclass (pagg. 270-272)
Votaw, Albert. Resistance in C. P. S. (pagg. 272-274)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Animadversions on naturalistic ethics" (pagg. 274-275)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Consequences of the nationalization of the Bank of England" (pag. 275)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. The "Liberal" fifth column (pagg. 275-276)
Heick, Helen. "The independent woman". Wanted: a program for the men (pag. 276)
Corkrey West, Ruth. "The independent woman". Woman in society - additional notes (pagg. 276-277)
McLuhan, Marshall. "The independent woman". Out of the castle into the counting-house (pagg. 277-279)
Goldwater, Ethel. "The independent woman". Reply (pagg. 279-280)
Calhoun, Don. Science, politics and the absolute; with a reply by Dwight Macdonald (pagg. 281-285)
Barbarow, George. Popular Culture. "Henry V" - Middlebrow Movie (pagg. 286-287)
Margoshes, Adam. Books. Hitler's professors. The part of scholarship in Germany's crimes against the jewish people (pagg. 287-288)
Mitchell, Broadus. Books. Alexander Hamilton (pagg. 288-289)
Lord, Charles. Free and equal. A note on race prejudice (pag. 289)
The intelligence office (pagg. 290-294)
Malaquais, Jean. The intelligence office. The Blasco case: reply (pag. 292)
Fifth report on packages abroad (pagg. 294-295)
Contributors (pag. 296)

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Politics (October 1946)

Cover (pag. 297)
Macdonald, Dwight. The russian culture purge (pagg. 297-302)
Mann, Georg. Some notes on soviet science (pagg. 303-305)
Comment (pagg. 305-309)
Woodcock, George. London letter (pagg. 309-311)
Berger, Morroe. The Karachi mutinies (pagg. 312-313)
Woodcock, George. Silone's resignation (pag. 313)
The german experience - three documents (pagg. 314-319)
Macdonald, Dwight. Free and equal. Counter-attack (pagg. 319-320)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Inflation"; "Depression round the corner" (pag. 321)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Schizophrenic motifs in the movies" (pagg. 321-322)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Bernard Shaw's politics" (pag. 322)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Science in Soviet Russia" (pag. 322)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Labor's first year" (pagg. 322-323)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Survey of Japan's defeat" (pag. 323)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). New roads in Politics. Discussion. Digging at the roots, or striking at the branches? (pagg. 323-328)
Howe, Irving. New roads in Politics. Discussion. The 13th disciple; with a reply by Dwight Macdonald (pagg. 329-335)

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Politics (November 1946)

Nivola, Costantino. Cover (pag. 337)
Comment (pagg. 338-340)
Delecourt, Jean (Gelo); Delecourt, Andrée (Andrea). Anti-capitalist "revolution" in France (pagg. 341-344)
Smith, Don Elton. Conscientious objection is bankrupt (pagg. 345-346)
Tucci, Niccolò. Commonnonsense (pagg. 346-347)
Manheim, Ralph. Maiden flight (pagg. 347-349)
Petersen, William. Picketing and the law (pagg. 350-352)
Caffi, Andrea (European). Popular Culture. Notes on mass culture (pagg. 353-356)
Macdonald, Dwight. Popular Culture. Eisenstein's "Ivan" (pagg. 356-357)
Graves, Anna Melissa. Free and equal. A story (pag. 357)
Read, Herbert. Free and equal. South african racism (pagg. 357-358)
Blish, James. Scientific method and political action (pagg. 358-359)
Hodgson, Marshall. New Roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 359-361)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Art and social nature (pagg. 361-362)
Sixth report on packages (pag. 362)
Some letters from Germany (pagg. 362-364)
The intelligence office (pagg. 364-366)
McCarthy, Mary. The intelligence office. The Hiroshima "New Yorker" (pag. 367)
Politicking (pagg. 367-368)
Contributors (pag. 367)

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Politics (December 1946)

Cover (pag. 369)
Weil, Simone. Factory work; with a postscript by the Editor (pagg. 369-377)
Delecourt, Jean (Gelo); Delecourt, Andrée (Andrea). French letter, the november elections (pagg. 378-380)
Woodcock, George. London letter (pagg. 380-382)
Tucci, Niccolò. Commonnonsense (pagg. 382-383)
Office of facts and figures (pag. 383)
Woodcock, George. George Orwell, 19th century liberal (pagg. 384-388)
Padmore, George. The story of Viet Nam (pagg. 388-390)
Goodman, Paul. The social format. City crowds (pagg. 390-391)
Macdonald, Dwight. The social format. Too big (pagg. 391-392)
Meyer, Peter. Popular Culture. The russian writer's dilemma (pagg. 392-393)
White, Theodore. Popular Culture. Social significance of eggs on end (pagg. 394-395)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Our threatened values; Politics and ethics; Science, liberty and peace (pagg. 395-396)
Peck, James. The amnesty campaign (pagg. 396-397)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals (pag. 397)
The intelligence office (pagg. 398-399)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. Soviet culture: Mandelstam (pag. 398)
Delecourt, Jean (Gelo); Delecourt, Andrée (Andrea). New roads in Politics. Discussion (pag. 399)
Finch, Roy. New roads in Politics. Discussion (pagg. 399-400)
Macdonald, Dwight. "Partisan Review" and "politics" (pagg. 400-403)
Macdonald, Dwight. The great coal strike. The man from Marx interviews the editor (pagg. 404-407)

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