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E.R.P.---A Critique of Production Economics
by Martin French, pp. 3-10 -
A Conjecture in American History, 1783-1815
, p. 11 -
by Richard Hofstadter,, p. 12 -
, p. 13 -
The Life & Thought of Simone Weil
by Simone Petrement, pp. 13-18 -
, pp. 19-27 -
Reportage from France, Germany, and Spain
A First Step Toward Disarmament
by Cuthbert Daniel and Arthur M. Squires, pp. 28-33 -
Abba P. Lerner
, p. 34 -
, p. 34 -
, pp. 35-36 -
The Existence of Jews and Existentialism
by Lionel Abel, pp. 37-39 -
What Is a Jew?
by Simone Weil, p. 40 -
N.M.U. and U.A.W.: Two Kinds of Union Democracy
by Daniel Rosenblatt, pp. 41-48 -
Theatre Chronicle: Sartre and the McCoy
by Mary McCarthy, pp. 49-50 -
Is Vyshinsky a Traitor?
, p. 51 -
A "Politics" Exclusive
The Case for Pacififism
by Alvin Schwartz, p. 52 -
I Learn from Children, by Caroline Pratt
--- by Ethel Goldwater,, p. 53 -
I Learn from Children
by Caroline Pratt
by Robert Bek-Gran, pp. 54-55 -
, p. 56 -
Here & Now
A Modern Schweik
, pp. 57-58 -
The Hutterite Communities in Paraguay
by Eileen Taylor,, p. 59 -
The Uncommon People
by Dwight Macdonald,, pp. 60-64 -
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