The Western Socialist - The Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere: Volumes 12 and 13 Bound in One Volume, Including All Issues 1945-1946

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $395.00

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Condition: Good


Unpaginated. 12" x 9" x 0.7". Contains issues from January 1945 through December 1946, a tumultuous time for labour in the wake of World War II. Topics include: Tennessee Poll Tax Fight; A New Revision of Marxian Economics, by Raya Dunayevskaya; Barriers on the Way to Socialism, by CARP; C.C.F confusion, by C. Luff; Marxism in New Zealand by R.R. Everson; Labor Conscription - the May-Bailey bill calls for a compulsory labor draft of 18 million workers from 18 to 45 years of age; Labor and Political Action, by Harmo; Vocationalism in Ireland; Comrade Adolph Kohn; The Future of Cartels; Capitalist Justice; An admittedly Imperfect World; 60 million jobs?; Will War Delay Socialism?; Success Story; The Meaning of Social Revolution; When G.I. Joe Comes Home; The Tinplate War; The Jinni and the Master; Inquiring Student Answered; Mexico; Do away with the Working Class; Human Nature as it Really is; Parasites in Fact and Fiction; Is the Status Quo Unchangeable?; Blood and Iron - contemplating the effect of WWII; Is Socialism Inevitable?; Scientific Socialism; Now that Germany has been knocked out, What Next?; The Nature of Co-ops; A Will for Socialism; Who ar the Workers?; Edward Bellamy; The Irish Scene; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Welcome Home, Joe; Canada Goes to the Polls; A Summer Morning in Dublin; Whom the States Serves; Forced Labor in Russia; A Philosopher Squelched - San Francisco Conference; British Election Message; Willow Run - this massive plant will soon be closed after making B-24 bombers for the war; The Great Divide; Guaranteed Annual Wage; Tobin and the Teamsters; S.P.G.B. Election Message; The War's End; Socialism in Britain?; War Memorials and Poverty; Detroit seething with unrest due to postwar industrial reconversion; Russia as she is; Poverty in New Zealand; From Military to Trade Wars; Atomic Energy; Has Britain Turned Socialist?; A Job with the City; Economics of Control; The Case for Socialism; Reformers Emasculate Unions; The Communications Revolution; Guaranteed Annual Wage; Insurance and Security; So this is Peace!; Wages and Prices; A Soldier Thinks; A Program for Workers; Yours - When you want it; The General Motors Strike - the union wants 30%; An American Seaman in India; Homeward Bound; Delusions of A White Collar Worker; Veterans are workers too; Who owns large corporations?; The Truth about Russia; Socialism and Personal Ethics; The Lenin Legend; Tale of Two Continents; Kaiser-Frazer Bonus Plan; Atomic Policy; Fetish of Full Production; What? - No Money!; Growing Tensions of Capitalism; Two Worlds; India; Henry in Wonderland; Family and Education in U.S.S.R.; How to Deal with the Atomic Bomb; Recruits Wanted; Opportunity under Capitalism; United Nations and War; Catholicism in America; The Rail Strike; From Boom to Bust; T.B. and Capitalism; Stocks don't make a capitalist; Know the Enemy; Fruits of Victory; Unions in Politics; A Note on American Culture; British Labor Government; Between Two Wars; Who Owns America; Materialist Basis of Religion; Selfishness; Occupational Trends in America; Letter to a Jewish worker; OPA - The Price Sieve; Ireland Today; Serfdom in a Free Society; Questions and Answers; Paris "Peace" Conference and World War III; The Sacred Cow; Full Employment and the Liberals; Berlin Letter; The Worker - That's You!; Unity; The Atomic Age; Where are the Unions Going?; Land of Plenty; The "Flood-Like" Form; Socialism or Capitalism?; An introduction to Economics; How About a 51% Majority; What do we mean by Socialism?. Sturdily bound in maroon boards. Unmarked. Average external wear. Contents clean and gently toning with age. Lettering upon backstrip dull but legible. A sound copy.

Title: The Western Socialist - The Journal of Scientific Socialism in the Western Hemisphere: Volumes 12 and 13 Bound in One Volume, Including All Issues 1945-1946

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Politics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Boston, MA, The Worker's Socialist Party of the United States: 1945

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 853c5279

Keywords: The Worker's Socialist Party of the United States the Western Socialist 1945 1946 Bound Issues Volume 99, Volume 100 Socialism Communism Communists Socialists in North America Union Organization labour in the wake of World War II. Topics include: Tennessee Poll Tax Fight; A New Revision of Marxian Economics, by Raya Dunayevskaya; Barriers on the Way to Socialism, by CARP; C.C.F confusion, by C. Luff; Marxism in New Zealand by R.R. Everson; Labor Conscription - the May-Bailey bill calls for a compulsory labor draft of 18 million workers from 18 to 45 years of age; Labor and Political Action, by Harmo; Vocationalism in Ireland; Comrade Adolph Kohn; The Future of Cartels; Capitalist Justice; An admittedly Imperfect World; 60 million jobs?; Will War Delay Socialism?; Success Story; The Meaning of Social Revolution; When G.I. Joe Comes Home; The Tinplate War; The Jinni and the Master; Inquiring Student Answered; Mexico; Do away with the Working Class; Human Nature as it Really is; Parasites in Fact and Fiction; Is the Status Quo Unchangeable?; Blood and Iron - contemplating the effect of WWII; Is Socialism Inevitable?; Scientific Socialism; Now that Germany has been knocked out, What Next?; The Nature of Co-ops; A Will for Socialism; Who ar the Workers?; Edward Bellamy; The Irish Scene; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Welcome Home, Joe; Canada Goes to the Polls; A Summer Morning in Dublin; Whom the States Serves; Forced Labor in Russia; A Philosopher Squelched - San Francisco Conference; British Election Message; Willow Run - this massive plant will soon be closed after making B-24 bombers for the war; The Great Divide; Guaranteed Annual Wage; Tobin and the Teamsters; S.P.G.B. Election Message; The War's End; Socialism in Britain?; War Memorials and Poverty; Detroit seething with unrest due to postwar industrial reconversion; Russia as she is; Poverty in New Zealand; From Military to Trade Wars; Atomic Energy; Has Britain Turned Socialist?; A Job with the City; Economics of Control; The Case for Socialism; Reformers Emasculate Unions; The Communications Revolution; Guaranteed Annual Wage; Insurance and Security; So this is Peace!; Wages and Prices; A Soldier Thinks; A Program for Workers; Yours - When you want it; The General Motors Strike - the union wants 30%; An American Seaman in India; Homeward Bound; Delusions of A White Collar Worker; Veterans are workers too; Who owns large corporations?; The Truth about Russia; Socialism and Personal Ethics; The Lenin Legend; Tale of Two Continents; Kaiser-Frazer Bonus Plan; Atomic Policy; Fetish of Full Production; What? - No Money!; Growing Tensions of Capitalism; Two Worlds; India; Henry in Wonderland; Family and Education in U.S.S.R.; How to Deal with the Atomic Bomb; Recruits Wanted; Opportunity under Capitalism; United Nations and War; Catholicism in America; The Rail Strike; From Boom to Bust; T.B. and Capitalism; Stocks don't make a capitalist; Know the Enemy; Fruits of Victory; Unions in Politics; A Note on American Culture; British Labor Government; Between Two Wars; Who Owns America; Materialist Basis of Religion; Selfishness; Occupational Trends in America; Letter to a Jewish worker; OPA - The Price Sieve; Ireland Today; Serfdom in a Free Society; Questions and Answers; Paris "Peace" Conference and World War III; The Sacred Cow; Full Employment and the Liberals; Berlin Letter; The Worker - That's You!; Unity; The Atomic Age; Where are the Unions Going?; Land of Plenty; The "Flood-Like" Form; Socialism or Capitalism?; An introduction to Economics; How About a 51% Majority; What do we mean by Socialism?,