Problems of American Socialism; If Not Now, When?; A Great Potential Audience; Our First Job? We Need a Party; We Ask Your Support

Authors

  • - The Editors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-008-01-1956-05_2

Keywords:

Marxism

Abstract

We remind readers that we have on several occasions run discussions under this heading, the last being in the issue of July 1955. The time is clearly ripe for another discussion, to which no limits need be set in advance. Without consciously intending to do so, our own pieces in the March issue (Leo Huberman's open letter to Joan R.—and Paul Sweezy's review of Starobin's book From Paris to Peking) have served to stimulate and focus reader comment, and we publish below a selection of communications received up to the end of March. (Contributions by A. P., A Subscriber, M. and Art Sharon)

Published

1956-05-01

Issue

Section

Correspondence