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Young Socialist
[New York City]
(1959 - 1960)

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Vol. 3 No. 1 October 1959 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Tim Wohlforth: Managing Editor
Allen Taplin: Business Manager

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents (new)
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Bay Area: Richard Kenny
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: Pete Camejo
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton (new)
Alabama: Fred Fry (new)

Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondent: Richard DeHaan
Western Representative: James Robertson

SUPPORT INTEGRATION STRUGGLE; We Must March! by The Editors

LITTLE ROCK DATELINE: A Visit with Jefferson Thomas by Earl Owens

STATE DEPT. PLANS FALL FLAT: Vienna Youth Festival is Huge Success by Shane and Judith Mage

Barenblatt Probes Civil Liberties Retreat an interview with Lloyd Barenbatt

Our First Two Years Editorial

Iraqi Revolution Can't Stay Within Capitalist Sounds by Fred Mazelis

CAPITALISTS, CP HOLD BACK MOVEMENT: 7,000,000 Fight H-Bomb in Japan by K

PART I—SOCIAL ROOTS OF MODERN REFORMISM; The Politics of Senility by Tim Wohlforth

Youth Notes: From: On the Left; New York Dateline; Peace Front; Civil Liberteries



Vol. 3 No. 2 November 1959 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Tim Wohlforth: Managing Editor
Allen Taplin: Business Manager

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Bay Area: Richard Kenny
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: Pete Camejo
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondent: Richard DeHaan
Western Representative: James Robertson

HE INSULTED PRESIDENT: U. S. Court Rules On College Student Gideonse Ousted by Fred Mazelis

INTERVIEW WITH BAYARD RUSTIN: 'Leaders' Still Sit on Youth March by Nora Roberts Bayard Rustin

500,000 Workers Face Injunction - In Whose Interests is Eke Acting? by George Fennel

ON LOVE, ALIENATION AND SOCIAL ISM: 'It's Eeasy to Love a Man With Money' by Carol Lawrence

We're Glad K Came (Khrushchev) Editorial

Ten Years of New China Editorial

BOOKS AND IDEAS: YS Publishes History of Socialist Youth by Fred Mazelis

U.S. Senate fails to Strike From 'Education Bill'

Trailblazing the U.S. for Socialism by Daniel Freeman

LONDON LETTER: A Young worker Learns About the Labor Party by Martin Thomas

POLITICS OF SENILITY-PART": Myth of the All-lnclusive Socialist Party by Tim Wohlfol-th

WHERE WILL THEY PUT THEM?

NYC Police Round-up 400 Youths in J-D Scare by Barbara Doritty



Vol. 3 No. 3 November 1959 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Tim Wohlforth: Managing Editor
Allen Taplin: Business Manager

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Bay Area: Richard Kenny
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: Pete Camejo
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
San Diego: Bill H. Couture (new) Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondent: Richard DeHaan
Western Representative: James Robertson

Calif. Students Drive Gov. Brown To Declare Against Forced ROTC fry Martha Cnrti

YS Speakers Invade Notion's Campuses by Sherry Finer

Moroccan Youth Scene—Colonial Struggle Leaves No Time for Apathy by Judy Mage

Bostonians Build Socialist Club

Apathy in Alabama, Authoritarian Democracy at Cat...Liberals and Prejudice at CCNY, Penm Cold to Cold to Causes

   ALABAMA Fred Fry reporting

   CALIFORNIA Jim Petras reporting

   CANADA Cliff Cotton reporting

   CHICAGO Jack Hirsch reporting:

   NEW JERSEY Dan Freeman reporting

   COLORADO Norman Hodgett reporting

   CONNECTICUT Dan Freeman reporting

   DETROIT Harriet Talan reporting

   MINNESOTA Sally Porter reporting:

   NEW JERSEY Dan Freeman reporting

   NEW YORK CITY Nora Roberts reporting

   PHILADELPHIA Arlene Felberbaum reporting

A CALL TO ACTION

Youth Notes Regarding: Army Hearing; Wourld Youth; Civil LIberties; On the Left

 



Vol. 3 No. 4 January 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor (new)
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor (new)
Sherry Finer: Business Editor (new)

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
San Francisco: Bob Mattingly(new)
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: Pete Camejo
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
San Diego: Bill H. Couture (new) Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondents: Richard DeHaan :
Field Representative: James Robertson

SLATE CONTINUES FIGHT; Cat Students Protest Curbs on Student Gov't; Administration Pounces by Jim Petras

Canadian Students Seek Immediate End To Nuclear Testing by Paul Schwartz

AS TRIAL LOOMS: Pete Seeger Faces Jail for Views by Jack Arnold

New Student Party at San Diego Fights Fraternity Domination

Youth Speak Out! From: Scott Nearing; Thomas Otis Paige, Jr. ,Peter S. Walch

The Biggest Fix Editorial

MIDDLE-EAST ANALYSIS: Israel's Feud with the Arab Masses by Fred Mazelis

BRUTES IN BLUE: Detroit Blames Youth In Cop Brutality by Henry Maddox

THE POLITICS OF SENILITY—PART III The Ogre oj the Leninist Vanguard Party by Tim Wohlforth

Deutscher Sees New Trend in Russia an interview

 



Vol. 3 No. 5 February 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor
Sherry Finer: Business Editor

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
San Francisco: Bob Mattingly
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: R. Shann
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
San Diego: Bill H. Couture Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondents: Richard DeHaan :
Field Representative: James Robertson

Behind the Slate Setback by Jim Petras

German Socialist Youth Point Way Against Fascism by Shane Mage

'TO FILL VACUUM': YS to Launch New Youth Organization by Martha Curti

'UNFIT TO TEACH:' Cops Arrest Teacher for Selling YS by Jack Arnold

Lesson from YPSL Editorial

YS Tours Socialism in Midwest

Youth Notes Regarding: World Youth; Negro Struggle; Labor Front; Civil Liberties; On the Left

'HIGHLY SKILLED WORKERS': Engineers Turn to Unions Tom Springer

'STUDIES ON THE LEFT:' Radicals in the Poisonous Qroves of Academe by Tim Wohlforth

Socialism Comes to State II. of Iowa

 



Vol. 3 No. 5 March 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor
Sherry Finer: Business Editor

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
San Francisco: Bob Mattingly
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: R. Shann
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
San Diego: Bill H. Couture Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
Roving Correspondents: Richard DeHaan :
Field Representative: James Robertson

House Committee Probes Festivals; Youth Fight Back by Nora Roberts

FRAT BOYS DUMP CANDIDATE: Anti-Semitism Flares at U. of Wash. by Dave Harris

NEGROES FACE VIOLENCE: Student Sit-ins Spread in South, NYC

ITS OPEN LETTER: Walter, You Are the Real Subversive! Open Letter from YS

The 1960 Elections Editorial

ZENGAKUREN AND THE LEFT: Japanese Students Push Anti-War Action by Toichi Kurihara

Protecting Your Loved Ones...Helpful Hints by by J. H. McGill Helpful Hints

B'klyn College Editor Loses Post After Attack on Administration by Fred Mazelis

500 Frisco Marchers Protest Bomb Tests by Ed Osaka

A MODERN FARCE: Has De Gaulle Saved France from Fascist Rebellion? by Shane Mage

YS Tops Fund Goal: Plans East, Midwest tours by Sherry Finer

 



Vol. 3 No. 7 April 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor
Sherry Finer: Business Editor

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin. James Robertson (new)

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Evelyn Sell
Chicago: John Worth
Minneapolis: Tom Leanord
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
San Francisco: Bob Mattingly
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Boston: R. Shann
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
Alabama: Fred Fry
San Diego: Bill H. Couture Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser
[Transcribers note: Roving Correspondents and Field Representatives are deleted from the staff]

Boycott Woolworth's Special Edition

SPONTANEOUS MOVEMENT: Sit-ins Rock Southern Cities by Jack Arnold

NYC Rally Vows Weekly Picketing; May 17 Nationwide Protest Urged

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY: Pickets Empty Woolworth by Arlene Bernstein

Youth Speak Out From: Syracuse, N. Y.; Tokyo, Japan; Malvern, N.Y.

PLAN AREA-WIDE GROUP: 300 Boston Students Picket 10 Stores Pete Camejo

Youth Notes: On: Student Scene; One the Left; World Youth

NORTHERN STUDENTS ACT: Nationwide Pickets, Boycotts Support Southern Sit-ins by Martha Curti

NYC Students Picket Chain; 400 Join Line by Nora Roberts

Student, Worker Pickets Spread Through Colo. Cities by Mary Jane Hodgett

GOVERNOR, MAYOR OFFER SUPPORT: Wisconsin Students Picket Wool worths, Hold Mass Rally by Franklynn Peterson

YOUNG NEGROES ON THE MARCH: Will Love Win the Struggle for Equality? by Tim Wohlforth

The Facts On Southern School Desegregation

NAACP YOUTH PROTEST: Mpls. Cops Fail to Stop Picketers by Sally Porter

YS SURVEY R,EVEALS: Sit-in Demonstrations Flare in 45 Cities in South

Burly Union Men Aid S. F. Youth Picket: by Don Rainman

Bait. Socialist Defies Mob, Court in Liberties Fight

PORTLAND BATTLE: Students Arrested for Aiding Strike

Canadian Youth Hit A-Tests by Peter Shane

A REVOLUTION THE STATE DEPT. CAN'T STOP: I Saw a Cuba Where the People Are Running the Show by Henry Gitano

STUDENTS COMMITTEE SET: Socialists Choose '60 National Ticket

 



Vol. 3 No. 8 May 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor
Sherry Finer: Business Editor

Editorial Board:
Bert Deck, George Payne, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage, James Lambrecht, Martha Curti, Allen Taplin. James Robertson (new)

Corresponding Editors:
Philadelphia: Kenneth Stevents
Detroit: Harriet Talan (new)
Denver: Leonard Hodgett
Los Angeles: Peter Allan
Berkeley: Jim Petras
San Francisco: Lee Williams (new)
Seattle: John Severn
New York: Daniel Freeman
Baltimore: A. Robert Kaufman
Milwaukee: Myrtle C. Krastner
Maine: John R. Paton
San Diego: Ken Carey (new)
Canada: Cliff Cotton
Britain: Janet Downs
Germany: Wolfgang Kaiser

YS TOURS THE SOUTH: Southern Students Base Success on Youth Leadership by Jim Lambrecht

All Out on May 17!

PHILADELPHIA CONFERENCE: Young Socialists Launch Movement by Martha Curti

Marine Capt. YS. Radical Student A True Dialogue

Defend the Cuban Revolution!

!What They Fought for Editorial

Apartheid’s Swan Song Editorial

YSA Launches $1200 Fund Campaign

PICKET WEEKLY:

NYC Students Plan May 17 March on Woolworth's by Nora Roberts

Woolworth's Business Down in Philly by Mack Davis

HARPUR COLLEGE: College President Fails To Prevent Picketing by Pete Silverman

Northern Pickets Continue; Some Stores Integrate by Ruth Aaron [reports from all over the United States]

REDBAITING DIVIDES THE NEGRO STRUGGLE: How Long Can You Live on Red Herrings? by Tim Wohlforth

FOUNDINC DECLARATION OF THE YSA: We Base Ourselves on Marxian Socialist Principles

‘We Greet the Birth of the YSA’ Greetings from around the world

Iowa Socialists Shake Up Long Dead Campus Town

Students Back Dobbs and Weiss

 



Vol. 3 No. 9 Summer 1960 [Full PDF]

Young Socialist
Voice of America’s Future
Published Monthly in New York City by the Young Socialist

Editors:
Martha Curti: Editor
Nora Roberts: Associate Editor
Sherry Finer: Business Editor

[This issues drops the entire editorial board and correspondent listing]

Japanese Students Loosen U. S. Grip In Anti-War Drive by Tim Wohlforth

YSA Demonstrates Against Treaty

Portrait of the New Campus Radical by Peter Allan

Democrats, Republicans, Candidates Rally to the Status Quo by Nora Roberts

PUERTO RICAN STUDENT REPORTS: Independence Group Defeats ROTC by John Langrod

Truth and Cuba Editorial

books and ideas: The Capitalist Myth Explodes by Sherry Finer

Wisc. Students On Rights Day by Saul Landau

INTEGRATION ROUND-UP: Protests Open South,ern lunch Counters by Ruth Aaron

300 Chicagoans Stage May 17 Woolworth Picket by Tom Dengler

Seattle Sees Suden Picket Line Growth by Judy Collins

British Mob Trafalgar Sq.; Form Youth Group in BLP by Keep Left

BAY AREA REPORT: 'This is the Year for Youth Demonstrations' by Jim Petras

FRISCO HUAC RIOTS: Cops Bash Students In City Hall Anti-Witch Hunt Fight by Suzanne Murray

Ie,tter: YPSL, Police Dept. Socialists by Bob Mattingly

N.Y. Times Lies

POLITICS AND BASEBALL: CP Forms New Youth Group – An Advonce? by Fred Mazelis

NYC Civil Defense:

Student Anti-War Struggle Hits New High by by Jack Arnold

Youth Notes From: World Youth; STUDENTS VS. WAR: In Teaneck, N, J.; CIVIL LIBERTIES; DOMESTIC POLICY

Pressure forces ROTC Retreat

What U-2 Reveals: Ike, K. Sulk as Mao Mouths Lenin by Shane Mage

 


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