1947

Politics (January 1947)

Cover (pag. 1)
Macdonald, Dwight. The german catastrophe. We are responsible (pagg. 2-6)
Gollancz, Victor. The german catastrophe. A report on Germany (pagg. 6-7)
Franck, Sebastian. The german catastrophe. Travel notes; Fall of 1946 (pagg. 7-8)
The german catastrophe. Hunger: the Essen survey (pagg. 9-10)
The german catastrophe. Some personal letters (pagg. 10-14)
Henk, Emil. The german catastrophe. An intellectual writes (pagg. 14-15)
The german catastrophe. A socialist writes (pagg. 15-17)
The german catastrophe. "What we want is to learn" (pagg. 17-18)
The german catastrophe. "What i miss most is the Feuhrer" (pag. 18)
Goodman, Paul. The social format. Plea for a Hesiod (pagg. 19-20)
Comfort, Alex. Responsibility in science and art (pagg. 20-21)
Tucci, Niccolò. Commonnonsense (pagg. 21-22)
Caffi, Andrea (European). Violence and sociability (pagg. 23-28)
Herald, G. W.. Madame Rathenau's letter (pagg. 28-29)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Europe debates nationalization"; "Sweden, not Russia, is model for european nationalization" (pagg. 29-30)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Opera: music for the masses" (pagg. 29-31)
The intelligence office (pagg. 31-32)

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Politics (March-April 1947)

Cover (pag. 33)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (pagg. 33-34)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace. The Wallace myth (pagg. 34-37)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace. The iowan background (1888-1932) (pagg. 37-38)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace. The secretary of agriculture (1933-1940) (pagg. 38-44)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace. The mind of Henry Wallace: close-up no. 1 (pag. 39)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace. The mind of Henry Wallace: close-up no. 2 (pag. 43)
Goldwater, Ethel. The books of Wilhelm Reich (pagg. 44-47)
Mattick, Paul. Bolshevism and stalinism (pagg. 48-52)
Woodcock, George. London letter. The first 18 months (pagg. 52-54)
Macdonald, Dwight. Why destroy draft cards? (pagg. 54-55)
Matson, Norman. The animoid idea (pagg. 56-59)
Goodman, Paul. The social format. Occasional poetry (pagg. 59-60)
Barbarow, George. Popular Culture. B. Y. O. O. L. (pagg. 60-61)
Barbarow, George. Popular Culture. Words, words, words (pagg. 61-62)
Barbarow, George. Popular Culture. The Malraux film (pagg. 62-63)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. The New Republic, Henry Wallace, Editor (pagg. 63-64)
Mears, Helen. Books. Pearl Harbor (pag. 64)
Weizenbaum, Joseph. Books. Thieves in the night (pagg. 64-65)
Constas, Helen. Books. Thieves in the night (pagg. 65-66)
Isaacs, William; Kolodny, Jules. Man is the root (pagg. 66-67)
Meyer, Peter. What was behind the coal strike - ham acting or ham? (1) (pagg. 68-70)
Macdonald, Dwight. What was behind the coal strike - ham acting or ham? (2) (pagg. 70-72)
Meyer, Peter. What was behind the coal strike - ham acting or ham? (3) (pagg. 72-73)
Macdonald, Dwight. What was behind the coal strike - ham acting or ham? (4) (pagg. 73-74)
Farber, Leslie H.. Mario and the hypnoanalyst (pagg. 74-75)
Where is Karl Fischer? (pag. 75)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. The communists and Viet Nam (pag. 76)
Mendelson, Saul. The intelligence office. The communists and Viet Nam (pagg. 76-77)
Padmore, George. The intelligence office. The communists and Viet Nam; postscript (pagg. 77-78)
The intelligence office (pagg. 76-79)
Mears, Helen. The intelligence office. A letter the "Times" would not print (pagg. 78-79)
Seventh report on packages (pag. 79)
Contributors (pag. 80)

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Politics (May-June 1947)

Cover (pag. 81)
Macdonald, Nancy. They need our help (pagg. 81-85)
Macdonald, Dwight. Notes on the Truman doctrine (pagg. 85-87)
Chiaromonte, Nicola. Remarks on justice (pagg. 88-93)
Mann, Georg. Tomorrow's war and the scientists (pagg. 93-95)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2) (pagg. 96-97)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). Prophet of the people's century (1941-1946) (pagg. 97-101)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). Editor of "The New Republic" (1946-?) (pagg. 101-102)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). Henry Wallace and the U. S. S. R. (pagg. 103-107)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). Corn-fed mystic (pagg. 107-110)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). A man divided against himself (pagg. 110-114)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). The political meaning of Henry Wallace (pagg. 114-116)
Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace (2). Appendix: "Common Man" politics (pagg. 116-117)
Hamilton, Wallace. Hash house (pagg. 117-118)
Chiaromonte, Nicola. Rome letter (pagg. 118-119)
Woodcock, George. Dutch letter (pagg. 119-120)
Where is Karl Fischer? (2) (pag. 120)
Barbarow, George. Films (pagg. 121-122)
Macdonald, Dwight. The questionnaire: preliminary report (pagg. 122-124)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. Modern Review (pag. 124)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. University Observer (pagg. 124-125)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Haganah and the terrorists" (pag. 125)
Delecourt, Jean (Gelo); Delecourt, Andrée (Andrea). A communication (pagg. 125-126)
The intelligence office (pagg. 126-127)
Politicking (pagg. 127-128)

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Politics (July-August 1947)

This issue of politics is devoted entire to French political thought, with contributions from notable figures such as Georges Bataille, Simone de Beavoir, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.

Cover (pag. 129)
Michaux, Henri. Voice (pag. 130)
Caffi, Andrea (European). French political writing. The french condition (pagg. 130-134)
de Beauvoir, Simone. French political writing. Eye for eye (pagg. 134-140)
Camus, Albert. French political writing. Neither victims nor executioners (pagg. 141-147)
Bataille, Georges. French political writing. On Hiroshima (pagg. 147-150)
Rousset, David. French political writing. The days of our death (pagg. 151-157)
Rousset, David. French political writing. The Dotkins-Hessel-Pool affair (pagg. 157-158)
Palle, Albert. French political writing. The Petiot case (pagg. 159-161)
Sartre, Jean-Paul. French political writing. Materialism and revolution (pagg. 161-172)
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice. French political writing. Marxism and Philosophy (pagg. 173-175)
Contributors (pag. 176)

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