• Vol. 1, No. 5: October 1952
    The letters in the fourth quarter of 1952 include first discussion of Monopoly Capital, law of value, fascism, American labor, the Soviet Union, and National Economic planning.
  • Vol. 1, No. 4: July 1952
    The third quarter of 1952 correspondence includes discussion of the presidential election, U.S. foreign policy, fascism, the Soviet Party Congress, Un-American Activities Committee.
  • Vol. 1, No. 3: January 1952
    The first half of correspondence in 1952 includes discussion of J.K. Galbraith's views on imperialism, concentration of capital, Truman's Point Four program, underdevelopment, and Indochina.
  • Vol. 1, No. 2: June 1951
    Many of PAB's letters are missing. Letters include discussion of the American Communist Party, work by Oscar Lange, PAB's paper on National Economic Planning, and political events in Eastern Europe.
  • Vol. 1, No. 1: February 1949
    The first years of correspondence contain mainly letters from Sweezy. Most of PAB's letter's from this period are missing. Letters include discussions about socialism, politics in those years, particularly relating to the Soviet Union and its refusal to allow PAB to visit his mother.
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