Politics (October 1945)

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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