Marxist Writers: Joseph Hansen

Marxists’ Internet Archive

Joseph Hansen

(1910 – 1979)

Biography [from from their Bio-bibliographical sketches of selected Trotskyists page]


September 1938: “In Stalin’s Realm” – The Russian Workers’ Own Story (extended book review)

December 1938: Gold Is Still Where You Find It (book review)

June 1939: Father Coughlin – Fascist Demagogue (pamphlet – PDF) (as published in Socialist Appeal)

July 1939 Coughlin Delivers Fascist Blast Against Workers Defense Guards (as published in Socialist Appeal)

July 1939 Labor-Haters Pour Money into Growing Coughlin Movement

August/September 1939 Stop Fascism in America! (series)

August 1939 Father Coughlin Attacks American Labor Movement

August 1939 New Masses and Father Coughlin

August 1939 N.Y. Anti-Fascist Protest Sends Coughlinites Scurrying for Cover

September 1939 Gallup Poll Spreads War Propaganda (as H.D. Herrick)

September 1939 Machinery for Dragooning U.S. People into the War Is All Ready (as H.D. Herrick)

September 1939 Secret Bulletin Proves Sixty Families Await F.D.R. War Declaration (series)

November 1939 “Long Live Trotsky,” Said German Workers (letter)

January 1940: Stalin Claims “A Year of Bolshevik Victories”

March 1940: Lovestone Weeps with Pity for the Bankers

March 1940: Bridge the Gap – From This Point to Socialism

March 1940: Lovestone Weeps with Pity for the Bankers – 2

April 1940: Christian Front Trial Portends the Wide Government Use of Agents Provocateurs

April 1940: S.P. Delegate Supports Pro-War “Silence” at Session of 2nd Int’l

June 1940: Nation Backs GPU

August 1940: The Attempted Assassination of Leon Trotsky

October 1940: With Trotsky to the End

November 1940: Go Forward (column)

November 1940: Go Forward (column)

November 1940: Go Forward (column)

November 1940: Go Forward (column)

November 1940: Lewis Shifts Parties – But Not Basic Line

November 1940: Trotsky’s Last Battle Against the Revisionists

December 1940: Macdonald Cries Out Against Shachtman’s Internal Regime

December 1940: New Ways of War (book review)

December 1940: Shachtman Takes Chair Vacated by Professor Burnham

January 1941: March of Military Events

January 1941: Valiant British Brewers Expose Fifth Columnists

February 1941: Burnham’s Attorney Carries On

February 1941: How Stalin Murdered Trotsky

February 1941: How the GPU Murdered Ignace Reiss

March 1941: Why Connolly Didn’t Get More Votes for A.L.P.

March 1941: United May Day Group Meets

June 1941: Burnham’s Managerial Revolution (extended book review)

August 1941: A Speech to the Youth on Trotsky

August 1941: Trotsky Fought Unceasingly Against Life-Long Persecution

November 1941: Complaints That Draftees Make

November 1941: Four Fronts of World War II

December 1941: American-Japanese War Preparations Hastened

December 1941: On the War Fronts

May 1942: On the War Fronts

November 1942: A Defamer of Trotsky

February 1943: Roosevelt and Spain

May 1943: The Shipbuilding Scandal

October 1943: A Shamefaced Apologist For Fascism

February 1944: How the Trotskyists Went to Jail

September 1944: Trotsky’s Prognosis of Our Epoch

January 1945: Allies Foist New Puppet on Greece

January 1945: Greek Premier Follows Allied Policy of Counter-Revolution

January 1945: Allies Impose “Truce” in War on Greek People

January 1945: How Britain Established the Monarchs in Greece

January 1945: Churchill Blames His Victims for Greek Slaughter

February 1945: Allies Censor News on Greece

May 1945: Allies Impose Barbarous Rule on German People

May 1945: British Documents, Long Withheld from the Public, Show German People First Victims of Atrocities

May 1945: Greek Dictatorship Continues Brutal Terror Against People

May 1945: How Hitler Regime Came to Power

June 1945: Big Business Militarists Push for Peace-time Conscription

June 1945: Brass Hats Push Legislation to Militarize American Youth

June 1945: Hayek Pleads for Capitalism (book review)

June 1945: How Attorney General Biddle Violated Civil Liberties During World War II

June 1945: Negro Soldiers Expose Rankin’s Racial Lies

June 1945: Tokyo Bombings Kill Millions of Civilians

June 1945: Two Points of View on Deliberate Mass Slaughter of Civilian Worker and Peasant Millions in Japan (with H.G.)

January 1946: New Robber Deals Mark Secret Moscow Meeting

January 1946: Militant Bares $6-Billion Ship Steal

January 1946: Worldwide GI Demonstrations Shout Demand: “Get Us Home!”

February 1946: Bevin and Vyshinsky – A Study of Hypocrisy Within the UNO

February 1946: Browder – A Wall Street Agent 16 Years on Stalin’s Payroll

February 1946: UNO and the Fine Art of Camouflage

March 1946: Freedom Revolt Flares in India

March 1946: Stalin’s Speech Reflects Fear of World War III

March 1946: Wall Street Threatens Another War

March 1946: Wall Street Threatens New War

May–July 1946: The Moscow Trials (series)

June 1946: Japanese Labor Shows the Way

June 1946: The Vatican – A Powerhouse of World Political Reaction

June 1946: Why Browder Embarked on His “Mission to Moscow”

July 1946: Antoinette Konikow Mourned by Comrades (obituary)

July 1946: Ivan the Terrible – Kremlin Version

August 1946: One Year of Indonesia’s Battle for Independence

August 1946: Selling Water in a Bread Wrapper

August 1946: Stalinist N.Y. Election Policy Leads to Wall Street Victory

August 1946: Testing Push Buttons of War III

September 1946: Bid to German Capitalist Class Made by Byrnes

September 1946: Lords and Rhinoceros-Hide Whips

September 1946: U.S. Imperialists Intensify Drive Toward New War

September 1946: Wallace Ouster Signifies Third World War Has Early Date on Wall Streets Calendar

June 1947: A Wall Street Drummer Boy (book review)

September 1947: Evolution of a Renegade

March 1948: Dobbs and Carlson to head ’48 national ticket of SWP

May 1948: New Evidence of Stalin’s Fear

September 1948: Tito-Stalin Conflict

September 1948: Politics as She Is Played

September 1948: The Real Meaning of British Nationalization

September 1948: De Gaulle Threat to Labor Mounts in French Crisis (column)

September 1948: The Tradition of Debs Lives On in the Socialist Workers Party

September 1948: Civil War in Indonesia

September 1948: DeGaulle Can Still Be Stopped! (abridged version of artucle by E. Germain)

October 1948: World Events – 1 (column)

October 1948: Case of Ilse Koch

October 1948: World Events – 2 (column)

October 1948: Dobbs Forces Thomas to Admit Pro-War Position

November 1948: World Events – 1 (column)

November 1948: Prospects of Socialist Victory 31 Years After the Russian Revolution

November 1948: World Events – 2 (column)

November 1948: Monopoly of the Press

November 1948: World Events – 3 (column)

November 1948: Crisis of Chiang Regime – Blow to U.S. Imperialism

November 1948: World Events – 4 (column)

November 1948: Max Eastman, Renegade Ex-Radical, Beats War Drum on AFL Rostrum

December 1948: World Events – 1 (column)

December 1948: Venezuelan Democracy Crushed

December 1948: Exiled Venezuelan Leader Links U.S. Oil Interests to Army Coup

December 1948: World Events – 2 (column)

December 1948: G.L.K. Smith Hard Pressed to Keep Fascist Party Going

December 1948: How the Allied Imperialists Brought the “Four Freedoms” to Indonesia

December 1948: U.S. Drive for World Domination Heightens Fear of Atomic War

January 1949: “Morality” in Indonesia War

January 1949: World Events

January 1949: SP Record vs. Ours on Indonesia

January 1949: World Events

January 1949: What American Labor Can Learn from Lenin

January 1949: Death Knell Sounds for Chiang Dictatorship

January 1949: Truman Urges Pact Binding America to New World War

February 1949: World Events

February 1949: New Stalin Plea – “I Want a Deal”

February 1949: World Events

February 1949: The Struggle to Win Colonial Independence

March 1949: Fourth International Scores with Another Excellent Issue

June 1949: Fear and the Bomb (book review)

December 1949: The Problem of Eastern Europe

July 1950: Stalin’s Frame-Up System

January 1951: The Lysenko Case 1 (with R.H. Monroe)

March 1951: The Lysenko Case 2 (with R.H. Monroe)

January 1953: Letter from Joseph Hansen, Morris Stein and Farrel Dobbs

February 1953: What the New York Discussion Has Revealed

Aug.–Oct. 1953: Is World War III Inevitable? A series of 7 articles from The Militant

Spring 1954: Pablo Approves “New” Economic Policy of Malenkov Regime

Fall 1954: Bernstein’s Challenge to Marx (book review)

Winter 1955: A Liberal Looks at the World Map (book review)

Spring 1955: Peasant and Bureaucrat (book review)

Summer 1955: Soviet Policies in China 1917-1924 (book review)

Fall 1955: No Thaw Yet (book review)

Winter 1956: On the Politics of Outer Mongolia (book review)

Spring 1956: A Psychoanalyst Looks for a Sane Society (book review)

Summer 1956: “But Why Did They Confess?” (book review)

Summer 1957: How To Build An Anti-Monopoly Coalition

Winter 1958: Three Programs for Peace

Spring 1958: Proposed Roads to Soviet Democracy

Summer 1958: The First Four Congresses

Fall 1958: Corliss Lamont on Humanism

Winter 1959: John Gates Tells His Story

Winter 1959: Schweitzer’s Appeals

Summer 1959: Trotsky “Psychoanalyzed”

Summer 1960: Ideology of the Cuban Revolution

1961: No Victory for Nazis

1961: Theory and the Cuban Revolution

Winter 1961 Letter from Joseph Hansen to Larry Trainor

April 1962: Che Guevara and the Cuban Trotskyists

October 1962: Trotskyism and the Cuban Revolution: An Answer to Hoy

November 1962: Cuba – the Acid Test: A Reply to the Ultraleft Sectarians

1963: Reunification of the Fourth International

August 1963: International Report at the Twentieth Convention of the Socialist Workers Party

Winter 1964: Deutscher on Trotsky

Summer 1964: Exchange of Views on Deutscher Biography (Reply to George Breitman)

1965: What the Record Really Shows: The Test of the Cuban Revolution

Fall 1965: A Trotsky Anthology

1966: The Catastrophe in Indonesia [3 articles include 1 by Ernest Mandel]

1966: Healy Reconstructs the Fourth International

Winter 1966: Vietnam and World Politics

Summer 1966: Stalinism or Trotskyism in the Cuban Revolution?

Fall 1966: The Case Against “Pacification” in Vietnam

July 1967: Is Marxism-Leninism Obsolete?

November 1967: The OLAS Conference: Tactics and Strategy of a Continental Revolution

1968 Fidel Castro’s Position on the invasion and occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact countries

January 1968: Report on the International Situation

April 1971: In Defense of the Leninist Strategy of Party Building

1973: Argentina and Bolivia—The Balance Sheet

May 1975: The Forced Evacuation of Cambodia’s Cities


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