CRITIQUE Back Numbers 1-24

CRITIQUE 1
JIRI PELIKAN: Workers' Control in Czechoslovakia
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Towards a Political Economy of the USSR
JAMES D WHITE: Historiography of the Russian Revolution in the 20's
DAVID H RUBEN: Godelier's Marxism

CRITIQUE 2
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Political Economy of the Soviet Intellectual
MARY McAULEY: Political Change Since Stalin
JAN KAVAN: Czechoslovakia 1968: Workers and Students
DAVID H RUBEN: On Dialectical Relations

CRITIQUE 3
ERNEST MANDEL: On the Transitional Economy
R SELUCKY: Marxism and Self-Management
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Socialism, the Market and the State
C GOODEY: Factory Committees in 1918

CRITIQUE 4
M HOLUBENKO: The Soviet Working Class Opposition
J L DALLEMAGNE: Justice for Bukharin
G A E SMITH: The Political Economy of the Reforms
DAVID H RUBEN: Materialism and Professor Colletti

CRITIQUE 5
M COX: The Politics of the Dissenting Intellectual
C CARTWRIGHT: The Myth of the Economic Reforms in Hungary
B GOREV: Anti-Semitism in Russian Literature
D S IGNIATOVIC: Culture and Revolution

CRITIQUE 6
M REIMAN: Solzhenitsyn's Gulag: A Czech Critique
M LOWY: From Regel to the Finland Station
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Soviet Society and Professor Bettelheim
G KAY: On the Falling Rate of Profit

CRITIQUE 7
C ARTHUR Towards a Materialist Theory of Law
G HAUPT: The Nekrich Affair: Stalin & WWII
R EDGLEY: The Contradictions of Colletti
A CARLO: Trotsky and the Organisational Problem

CRITIQUE 8
BERTELL OLLMAN: Marx's Vision of Communism
B KOSKI: Women in Poland
G BENTON: Behind the Gang of Four
I SZELENYI: The Hungarian Left

CRITIQUE 9
JEAN MONDS: Stalinism in Spain in the 1930s
A GUNDER FRANK: Crisis & the Economists
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Class Structure & the Soviet Elite
GABRIEL BECKER: The Left in Hungary

CRITIQUE 10-11
F CLAUDIN: The October Revolution & The International Communist Movement
M SAWER: Russian Socialism & The Question of the AMP 1906-1931
BELOTSERKOVSKY: Workers Struggles in the USSR in the Sixties
I SZELENYI: The Position of the Intelligentsia in the Class Structure of State Socialist Societies
KLINGER, REINSTEIN, MANDEL, TICKTIN: Forum on Bahro

CRITIQUE 12
HILLEL H TICKTIN: The Afgan War & The Crisis in USSR
M ELLMAN: Economic Crisis in USSR
W LOMAX: The Working Class in the Hungarian Revolution
S OZDOWSKI: The Polish Industrial Enterprise
R DAY: Rosa Luxemburg & The Accumulation of Capital
M FISK: Materialism & Dialectic

CRITIQUE 13
R DAY: Leon Trotsky, the Smychka & Collectivization
CHRISTIAN RAKOVSKY: The Five Year Plan in Crisis
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Victory & Tragedy of the Polish Working Class
M FISK: Determination & Dialectic
S MEIKLE: Has Marxism a Future?

CRITIQUE 14
M ASHTON: Crisis & Reform in Poland
M LOWY: Marx & Engels: Cosmopolites
W BRUS & HILLEL H TICKTIN: Market Socialism
G A E SMITH: Industrial Problems of Soviet Agriculture
D MANDEL: The Intelligentsia in 1917

CRITIQUE 15
P O'DONNELL: Lucien Seve, Althusser & The Contradictions of the PCF
R ARNOT:Soviet Productivity & the Failure of the Shehekino Experiment
KOR DOCUMENT: The State of the Hospital System
M MACHOVER & K KATZ: The Bondage of Woman
D O'HEARN: The Second Economy

CRITIQUE 16
H BEYNON: The Politics of the Collapse in British Manufacturing
HILLEL H TICKTIN: The Transitional Epoch, Finance Capital & Britain
HOLBROOK-JONES: Workers Committees & Workers Councils
A G FRANK: After Reaganomics & Thatcherism What Next?
S MEIKLE: Marxism & the Necessity of Essentialism

CRITIQUE 17
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Towards a Theory of Finance Capital
M COX: The Cold War as a System
E CHESTER: Revolutionary Socialism and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
R SCHOENMAN: The Unfinished Chinese Revolution
HILLEL H TICKTIN: The Political Economy of the Gorbachev Era
B KRAWCHENKO: The Famine in the Ukraine in 1933

CRITIQUE 18-19
SPECIAL ISSUE Engels and the "Nonhistoric" Peoples: The National Question in the Revolution of 1848 by ROMAN ROSDOLSKY. Translated, Edited and with an Introduction by John-Paul Himka

CRITIQUE 20-21
HILLEL H TICKTIN: The Political Economy of Class in the Transitional Epoch
N S WEBER: Theory Politics and Dogma in the Nineteen Twenties
HIRSON: Not Pro-War and Not Anti-War: Just Indifferent. South African Blacks in the Second World War
G SMITH: Economic Crisis in West and East and the Future of the Labour Party
D FILTZER: Labour and the Contradictions of Soviet Planning Under Stalin
Plus "Marx After Stalin" - Cox, Ree, Ruben, Arthur, Law, Meikle, Ticktin, Clarke, Sutcliffe - papers from a Critique Symposium

CRITIQUE 22
I MESZAROS: The Decreasing Rate of Utilisation Under Capitalism
J PETRAS: The Metamorphosis of Latin America's Intellectuals
B KAGARLITSKY: A Painful Question: Perestroika and Nationalism
V ABRAMKIN: The Soviet Unofficial Press
V ABRAMKIN: A Few Words About Co-operatives
HILLEL H TICKTIN: Gorbachev and Thatcher: Allies in Crisis
M COX: Soviet Foreign Policy in an Era of Decline
B KRAWCHENKO: Perestroika and the Soviet Working Class

CRITIQUE 23
HILLEL H TICKTIN: The International Road to Chaos
ISTVAN MESZAROS: The Communitarian System and the Law of Value in Marx and Lukacs
LOREN GOLDNER: Amadeo Bordiga, The Agrarian Question and the International Revolutionary Movement
KEN TARBUCK: Monopoly Capital Revisited

CRITIQUE 24
SPECIAL ISSUE
The Politics of Race: Discrimination in South Afica by HILLEL H TICKTIN