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The Labour Monthly
, May 1950 Issue
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Notes of the Month
by R.P.D., pp. 193-201 -
May Day, 1950
The Struggle for Peace
by Arthur Horner, pp. 202-209 -
The Malaya War
by H.B. Lim, pp. 210-215 -
Cartoon from Abroad
, pp. 216-218 -
Seek Peace First
by Ilya Ehrenburg, pp. 219-224 -
Portrait of a Renegade
by Palmiro Togliatti, pp. 225-230 -
Twenty-five Years Ago
, p. 231 -
Militarism and Youth
by Walter Davis, pp. 232-234 -
'A Mask Like Castlereagh'
by Douglas Goldring, p. 235 -
The Diplomat, by James Aldridge
by James Aldridge
The New German Myth
by James Klugmann, p. 236 -
Hitler as War Lord, by Franz Halder
Hitler as War Lord
by Franz Halder
The Other Spain
by L. Elliott, p. 237 -
State, Politics, Parliament
by R. Malcolm, pp. 238-239 -
The Ship of State, by Edward Jenks, ...
by Lester Hutchinson, p. 240 -
India Today, by R. Palme Dutt
by R. Palme Dutt
, pp. 240-242 -
Politics, Trials and Errors, by Maurice P.A. Hankey
Politics, Trials and Errors
by Maurice P.A. Hankey
"Raising American Wages...by Raising American Wages"
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