Volume 2

International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 1

The Vol. 2, No. 1, December 1935 issue of International Council Correspondence.

CONTENTS

-The Breathing Spell [on cover: Will there be prosperity?] / [Paul Mattick]
-The Lenin Legend / [Paul Mattick]
-On the resolution adopted by the Brussels Conference
-Please Notice
-Portrait of the Counter-Revolution

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 2

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 2, January 1936

CONTENTS

-Notes on the War Question / [Paul Mattick]
-Please Notice
-Trade-Unionism, by J.H. [=Anton Pannekoek]
-Problems of the New Labor Movement / [Paul Mattick]

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 3-4

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 3-4, March 1936

CONTENTS
-The Development of Soviet Russia’s Foreign Policy / [by “Marxistisk Arbejder Politik”]
The Period of the Revolution
The First Defeat of the Bolshevik’s Foreign Policy
The Period of Civil War
The Turn Towards National Self-Assertion
Entering International Diplomacy
Russia Becomes a Factor of International World Politics
The Pacification of Russia’s Western Policy
Russia Turns East
The Betrayal of the Chinese Workers Revolution
On the Way to the “League of Nations”
Peace Diplomacy in the World Crisis of Capitalism
Entry into the League of Nations
The Inner-Political Presuppositions of the Latest Phase of Russian Foreign Policy
The Liquidation of the Comintern
Conclusion
-Current Trends in Czechoslovakia / [Paul Mattick]

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 5

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 5, April 1936

CONTENTS
•Election Year / [Paul Mattick]
1. 2. 3.
•Forthcoming Articles in the Council Correspondence
•The Miner’s Strike in Belgium
◦The Situation before the Strike
◦The Strike
◦The Trade-Unions choke the Strike
◦The State Participates
◦Conclusion
•Boom with Twelve Million Unemployed
•The “Victory” in Spain
•Marx on Social Reform
•Workers’ Councils, by J.H. [=Anton Pannekoek]
•[Quote from Marx, The Eighteenth Brumaire]
•Book Reviews / [Paul Mattick]
◦Conze, Edward – The Scientific Method of Thinking. An Introduction to Dialectical Materialism. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, 1935
◦Uphoff, Walter, H. – The Kohler Strike. Its Socio-Economic Causes and Effects. – Chas. H. Kerr & Co., Chicago, 1935

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 6

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 6, May 1936

CONTENTS

•The Power of the Classes, by J.H. [=Anton Pannekoek]
◦I.
◦II.
•Communism and Religion [Anton Pannekoek]
◦I.
◦II.
◦III.
◦IV.
•Forthcoming Articles in the Council Correspondence
•Class Struggle in War (from Räte Korrespondenz)
◦Second World War Inevitable
◦The Ideological Preparation for the Second World War
◦The Jingoism of the “Working Class Movement”
◦National Independence and Leninism
◦The Fourth International (Trotzky Opposition) and “Leninism”
◦Prevention of the War
◦The Enemy is within the Country

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 7

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 7, June 1936

CONTENTS

•On the Communist Party, by J.H. [=Anton Pannekoek]
◦I.
◦II.
•The Dictatorship of the Intellectuals (Critical Remarks on the Reflections of Max Nomad) / P.M. [=Paul Mattick]
◦I.
◦II.
◦III.
◦IV.
◦V.

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 8

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 8, July 1936

CONTENTS

•The Defeat in France / [Paul Mattick]
•Notice
•The Role of Fascism, by J.H. [=Anton Pannekoek]
◦[I.]
◦II.
•Luxemburg versus Lenin / [Paul Mattick]
◦The Collapse of Capitalism
◦Spontaneity and the Role of Organisation

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 9-10

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 9-10, September 1936

CONTENTS

•The Land of Promise. Report from Palestine [Tel-Aviv][=Walter Auerbach]
•Masters of Tomorrow, by Max Nomad [reply to Paul Mattick in International Council Correspondence, Vol. II, no 7]
◦I.
◦II. Fascism and Bolshevism
◦III. “Councils” and Soviets
◦IV. The Permanent Revolution
•The Party and the Working Class [Anton Pannekoek]

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 11

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 11, October 1936

CONTENTS

The Civil War in Spain / [Paul Mattick]

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International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 12

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 12, November 1936

CONTENTS

•Work Shop Committees in England (Leeds, England)
•On the Soviet Constitution (open letter to Feuchtwanger taken from the Sozialistische Warte of Aug. 15, 1936, by A. Rudolf, former Soviet official; author of Goodbye to Russia)
•What must be done? Introducing our new pamphlet What Communism Really Is (The Social Average Labor Time as the Basis of Communist Production and Distribution)
•To the Reader
•Max Nomad’s Masters of Tomorrow / P.M. [=Paul Mattick]
•To All the Workers in the World, by The National Confederation of Labor, The Iberian Anarchist Federation
•The “Popular Front” and Fascism
•Democracy in Russia
•Roosevelt's Prosperity

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