ETOL Writers: Arne Swabeck
November 1922 The American Question [Writing under the psudonym of “Starr” with James P. Cannon, Max Bedacht et al.]
July 1928 Letter on the Textile Situation
August 1928 Report on the Mining Situation by Arne Swabeck and Motions on the Mining Situation [With Alfred Wagenknecht]
February 1929: Platform of the Communist Opposition [together with Martin Abern, James P. Cannon & Max Shachtman]
February 1929: The Struggle in the Coal Fields
April 1929: The Illinois Miners Convention
August 1929: The New Progressive Movement
September 1929: The Industrial Situation
October 1929: Briand’s Plan for a United States of Europe
December 1929: Is the A.F. of L. Becoming Progressive?
December 1929: The Thieves Fall Out in the Miners Union
December 1929: Illinois Miners on the March!
December 1929: Miners of Illinois Fought Big Odds
February 1930: Can Monopoly Capitalism Be Organized?
February 1930: City of Chicago Goes Bankrupt
February 1930: Leadership in the Coming Struggles
February 1930: The New Industrial Unions
March 1930: Imperialist Development and Its Inevitable Doom
March 1930: The Labor Party and the Tasks of the Communists
March 1930: Next Steps of the American Workers
April 1930: The A.F. of L. in the South
April 1930: The Situation Among the Coal Miners
June 1930: Back to Lenin! Manifesto to the Rank and File and Seventh National Convention of the C.P.U.S.A. (with James P. Cannon & 5 others)
July 1930: The Constituent Assembly and Soviets
July 1930: The Unemployed Gather
December 1930: The Railroad Brotherhoods Meet
February 1931: The Communists and the Unemployment Crisis
February 1931: Recent Lessons in Strike Strategy
March 1931: Lawrence on Strike!
March 1931: Recent Lessons in Strike Strategy 2
March 1931: The Strike Strategy of the Left Wing
April 1931: Illinois Mine Workers in Revolt
April 1931: The Slogan of the Six-Hour Working-Day
May 1931: Results of the Illinois Miners’ Revolt
June 1931: The A.F. of L and the Wage-Cut Drive
June 1931: Miners on the March!
June 1931: Two Criticisms of the 6-Hour Day Slogan
July 1931: England’s Economic Plight
July 1931: MacDonald and Rationalization
July 1931: MacDonald’s ‘Victories’
July 1931: Where Does British Labor Stand?
August 1931: The Bankruptcy of British Stalinism
August 1931: The Danger of Left Reformism
August 1931: The Unemployment Problem
August 1931: The Wage-Cut Offensive
September 1931: Labor’s Perspective in the Struggle for a Respite
September 1931: Mooney Appeals!
September 1931: Problems of Our Perspectives
October 1931: C.P. Policy in England
October 1931: Green and Co. at Vancouver
October 1931: Reply of the Steel Workers
October 1931: Second National Conference Marks Step Forward
October 1931: Unite Employed and Unemployed in Relief Struggle
November 1931: After the British Elections
November 1931: Rail Bosses Drive for Wage Cuts
November 1931: The Tom Mooney Case
November 1931: What Laval Achieved by His Visit
January 1932: A Review of the Recent National Tour
January 1932: Utilize Feb. 4 Meets to Build Jobless Movement
February 1932: Labor Fakers Before Congress
February 1932: N.Y. Dressmakers Strike
February 1932: Pay Reduction in the Building Trades
February 1932: Proletarian Party Opposition
February 1932: The Railroad Wage Cut
March 1932: The Dress Strike Settlement
March 1932: Rebel Miners in Action!
March 1932: Sunday’s Elections in Germany
March 1932: Uphold Our Revolutionary Classics!
July 1934: The Decay of the Stalinist Party
August 1934: The Stalinists and Pacifism
September 1934: The AF of L at the Crossroads
November 1934: The AF of L at San Francisco
December 1934: The Second Roosevelt Election
January 1935: American Trade Union Problems – I
March 1935: American Trade Union Problems – II
May 1935: The Long and Coughlin Movements
July 1935: The Passing of the NRA
August 1935: Is a Third Party Coming?
October 1935: The Real Meaning of the United Front
December 1935: The AF of L Begins to Face Issues
February 1936: Does the AF of L Face a Split?
November 1936: After the AF of L Split – What?
April 1936: What Is this Business Revival?
January 1937: The Strike Movement Begins
March 1938: The Trade Unions in Politics
March 1941: Hitler’s “New Order” (as William F. Simmons)
December 1943: World Role of US Capitalism (as William Simmons)
June 1944: US Capitalism Heads For Bankruptcy (as William Simmons)
August 1944: Trotsky on America’s Role in Europe (as William Simmons)
November 1944: The Coming Upsurge of American Labor (as William Simmons)
February 1945: The Outlook for a Labor Party (as William Simmons)
April 1945: European Perspectives (as William Simmons)
July 1945: Trotskyist Tasks in Europe (as William Simmons)
December 1945: Lessons of the 1919 Seattle General Strike (as William Simmons)
May 1946: American Imperialism at Home and Abroad (as William Simmons)
February 1947: The Housing Shortage
September 1947: Two Pages from American Labor History
February 1948: Three Years of the British Labor Government
September 1949: Dynamics of Revolutionary Change
November 1949: Some Comments on Falling Rate of Profit
March 1951: Economic Roots of the Labor Crisis
March 1952: Inflation and the Arms Economy
November 1953: Social Relations in US Today
Winter 1954: Social Relations in US Today
Winter 1957: American Prosperity Undermines Itself
Spring 1957: The Soviet Challenge To Capitalist Economy
June 1957: Why Beck Is Not Their Real Target
Winter 1958: A World in Crisis
Spring 1958: The “Recession” Deepens
Summer 1957: What Price Depression?
August 1958: The Split in the AFL-CIO
Winter 1959: Production, Profits and Inflation
Spring 1959: Who Is Ahead?
Fall 1962: In Defense of Dialectics
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