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The Cuban Revolution: Four Views
Castro's Challenge to America
by Robert Alexander,, pp. 7-15 -
Castro's Challenge to America
by Samuel Shapiro,, pp. 16-22 -
Cuba: Socialist or Totalitarian?
by Sam Bottone,, pp. 23-35 -
The Nature of Cuban Socialism
by Cedric Belfrage,, pp. 36-42 -
Reflections of a Revolutionist in Exile
by Pal Jonas, pp. 43-47 -
American Labor at Dead-End
by Sidney Lens, pp. 48-60 -
The "New Negro" and the New Moderation
by Tom Kahn, pp. 61-76 -
by Desmond Donnelly, M.P. and Frank Allaun,..., pp. 77-86 -
Neo-Corporatists and Neo-Reformers
by Hal Draper, pp. 87-106 -
Films to Make Us See
by Ernest Callenbach, pp. 107-111 -
Marx Versus Marx
by Michael Harrington, pp. 112-123 -
by Lionel Abel, pp. 124-131 -
Ideology and History in America
by Ludwig Mahler, pp. 132-143 -
Prospects for Change in the Soviet Union
by Joseph Clark, pp. 144-156 -
The Limits of Russian Reform
by Julius Jacobson, pp. 157-176 -
The Politics of Zen
by Henry Braun, pp. 177-189 -
Trade Unions in the Soviet Orbit
by Paul Barton, pp. 190-201 -
Socialism and Technology
by Mulford Q. Sibley, pp. 202-213 -
Notes From Abroad
by S. Parane,, pp. 214-215 -
Italian Socialist Congress
by Giuseppe Faravelli,, pp. 216-218 -
The Imre Nagy Institute
by Balazs Nagy,, pp. 219-220 -
by Dan Gallin,, p. 221 -
The BLP Since Scarborough
by Eric Heffer,, pp. 222-228 -
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