MIA: Edgar Hardcastle
1995: Edgar Hardcastle
October 1921: The Communist Party of Australia
December 1921: Ireland, the Labour Party and the Empire
December 1921: The Communist Party. Communists in a hurry
February 1922: The Collapse of Capitalism
March 1922: The Communists and the Labour Party alliance
February 1923: The Evolution of W. Gallacher
March 1923: Mass action or intelligent organisation
October 1923: Jingo Communists
March 1924: The Communist Wreckers
April 1924: Fake Labour Government: The Puppet Show
March 1925: The latest criticism of Karl Marx
December 1927: The Class Struggle in Soviet Russia
April 1928: Should the Workers Fight for Russia?
September 1928: Should Socialists vote for Labour candidates?
December 1928: Trotsky States His Case
September 1930: Russia: Land of High Profits
November 1930: International Organisation (Socialist-Communist Party of France)
January 1931: Must Wages Come Down?
July 1931: The Socialist Party versus the New Party
February 1932: Capitalism's crises. Well-known Communist discovers Marx
August 1932: Socialists and War (on Boris Souvarine)
November 1932: One for the Currency Cranks
January 1933: Debate with I.L.P.
February 1933: How to Make Socialists: Lenin's View
February 1933: Marxism and Russia
February 1933: Technocracy: Old Fallacies in a New Disguise
April 1933: Hitler: A Warning to the Workers
May 1933: What Stalin Forgot to Mention
May 1933: The Douglas Scheme: I. Bursting the bubble
June 1933: Hotheads and Hitlerism (Some Some Observations on Unity)
June 1933: II. How Major Douglas Discovered Capitalism
July 1933: III. Prosperity in America
March 1934: Austrian Workers' Tragic Heroism
May 1934: The Situation in Italy. Is Fascism Cracking?
September 1934: Some Observations on Production and Productivity
February 1935: The Coming Struggle in India
April/May 1935: Debate with the British Union of Fascists
May 1935: Hauling Down the Colours in Russia
August 1935: Pawns in Abyssinia
August 1935: Major Douglas in Alberta
January 1936: Can the Means Test be Abolished?
September 1936: The Civil War in Spain
June 1936: The United Front in France
August 1936: Socialist Do Stand for Equality
November 1936: What to Do About Fascism?
March 1937: What is Wrong with Russia?
July 1937: Which Way Russia?
August 1937: G.B. Shaw as a Guide to Socialism
November 1937: Are the Japanese Barbarians?
April 1938: Trotsky-Stalin Feud. An American View
October 1938: Czechoslovakia: The Choice Before Us
December 1938: Is Britain Going Fascist?
April 1939: The Last Hour in Madrid
July 1939: Why the French Popular Front Failed
November 1939: The Prospect for Socialism
February 1941: 'Marxism and Democracy': A useful addition to Socialist Literature
July 1941: War overtakes Russia
February 1943: Is There a "Managerial" Revolution?
May 1943: Inquest on the I.L.P.
September 1945: Britain's Third Labour Government
March 1946: The Withering Away of the State — From Marx to Stalin
June 1946: Professor Laski's secret
November 1946: Labourism proposes—capitalism disposes
January 1947: The Nationalisation of the Railways
February 1947: Old King Coal in his Labour Robes
June 1947: Work and Want: An Old Farce with New Players
September 1947: The Crisis: The Planner's Swansong
October 1947: The Grimethorpe Miners
December 1947: In the Sweet Bye and Bye
March 1948: The Labour Government gets tough with the workers
April 1948: Russian imperialism
June 1948: The Finances of Nationalisation
October 1948: The taming of the T.U.C.
June 1949: Cripps on crises
September 1949: Ourselves and the Conservatives
October 1949: Workers on the Defensive
February 1950: Why not Socialism?
February 1950: Interpreting Shakespeare
April 1950: Is There a Future for State Capitalism?
August 1952: A Denunciation of Nationalism
June 1957: The Mystery of Rising Prices
February 1960: You've never had it so good”
June 1960: The Falling Rate of Profit
January 1965: Automation in Perspective
June 1966: Review of 'The British Communist Party' by L.J. Macfarlane
August 1966: Old Myths Refurbished: review of 'Incomes Policy, Legislation and Shop Stewards'
December 1966: No Mystery in Banking
January 1967: Marx, Money and Prices
February 1967: That Yellow Metal again
March 1967: Money for Nothing
April 1967: Hendrik de Man
April 1967: Review of 'Marxist Economics' by E. Mandel
May 1967: Keynes and the Russian Revolution
August 1967: Objectors 1914.18
January 1968: Who Gains through Devaluation?
April 1968: Inquest on Keynes
October 1969: Capitalism in Eastern Europe
July 1970: Lenin's "What is to be Done?"
September 1970: Marx on colonialism
November 1970: From Marx to Milton Friedman
June 1971: Marx and Keynes on Unemployment
July 1971: Can Banks Create Credit?
November 1971: The End of "Full Employment"?
October 1972: The ABC of Inflation
August 1973: Floating to Nowhere: The Currency Crisis
September 1973: Marxian Economics in the Modern World
September 1974: Inflation: The Theories and the Facts
June 1975: Debate with Sir Keith Joseph
August 1975: The Crisis: Capitalism's Stranglehold on the Labour Government
December 1975: The International Socialists and Parliamentary Action
March 1977: Marx and the Abolition of the Wages System
October 1977: Old Fallacies: A Look at the International Communist Current
November 1977: Book Review: 'Marx on Money'
September 1978: Marxism and Democracy
October 1978: The Materialist Conception of History
April 1980: The Economics of Capitalism
January 1983: Was Marx a Monetarist?
April 1984: The economic crisis — the Marxian explanation
July 1985: Markets, Monopoly and War
July 1988: James Maxton: a political failure
April 1990: Inflation: The Endless Farce
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