ETOL Writers: Julius Jacobson


Julius Jacobson

Julius Jacobson

(1922–2003)


Biography:

Standing Fast, by Barry Finger (New Politics, Vol. 9 No. 3 (new series), Summer 2003)

Julius Jacobson (1922–2003), by Samuel Farber (Against the Current, No. 105, July/August 2003)

Works:

Dec. 1946 – Nation’s Teachers in Fight to Increase Take-Home Pay (as Julius Falk – Labor Action)

Dec. 1946 – Stalin’s Education – From Classroom to Barracks (as Julius Falk – Labor Action)

Dec. 1946 – Youth Notes ... (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Dec. 1946 – Youth Notes ... New Threat Of Conscription (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Dec. 1946 – Youth Notes ... Quotas in School System (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Jan. 1947 – Youth Notes ... The Politics of the AYD (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Jan. 1947 – Youth Notes ... SYL Seeks Publication Fund (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Jan. 1947 – “Government by Injunction” A Strike-Breaking Tradition (as Julie Falk – Labor Action)

Feb. 1947 – Injunction a Traditional Means to Break Strikes (as Julie Falk – Labor Action)

Feb. 1947 – In Mississippi – $57 for White Students but $7 for Negroes (as Julius Falk – Labor Action)

Feb. 1947 – Youth Notes ... Education in America (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Jan. 1949 – Tracking the AYD (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column, with Jack Maxwell)

Feb. 1949 – Young Progressives of America (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column, with Jack Maxwell)

Mar. 1949 – Academic Rights (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Mar. 1949 – Autopsy Report (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Apr. 1949 – Youth and Student Corner (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

June 1949 – Youth and Student Corner (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

June 1949 – World Federalism in the Student Field (as Julius Falk – Labor Action) (column)

Mar. 1953 – The Russian Empire After Stalin (as Julius Falk – The New International)

July 1953 – Civil Liberties and the Philosopher of the Cold War (as Julius Falk – The New International) (with Gordon Haskell)

Mar. 1954 – McCarthy and McCarthyism (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Spring 1955 – From Star to Bit Player: The reasons for McCarthy’s Sinking Fortunes (as Julius Falk)

Summer 1955 – The Peters Case (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Summer 1955 – Magazine Chronicle review (as Julius Falk – The New International) (with Abe Stein)

Fall 1955 – The Origins of the Communist Movement in the United States (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Winter 1955–56 – Origins of Communism in U.S. – II (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Spring 1956 – Origins of Communism in U.S. – III (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Summer 1956 – Bread and Freedom (as Julius Falk – The New International)

July 1956 – Revelations and Explanations (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Fall 1956 – Hungary – the Wave of the Future (as Julius Falk, with Max Martin – The New International)

Summer 1957 – An Important Book (book review) (as J.F. – The New International)

Winter 1958 – Not on the Recommended List (book review) (as Julius Falk – The New International)

Summer 1958 – The Road to Beirut (as Julius Falk – The New International)

1959 – Leninism, The Comintern and Putschism (as Julius Falk)

1961 – The Relevance of American Socialism (for International Socialism)

1961 – The Limits of Reform in Russia – Part of a two part study of Issac Deutscher.

1962 – Socialism and Thermonuclear War

1963 – Russian Law Enters the “Final Stages of Communism”

1965 – Isaac Deutscher: The Anatomy of an Apologist

1973 – The Two Deaths of Max Shachtman

1983 – Reflections on Fascism and Communism



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