The Volume 1, Number 2 (November 1934) issue of International Council Correspondence.
-"The permanent crisis": Henryk Grossman's interpretation of Marx's theory of capitalist accumulation
-The struggle against the reduction of unemployed relief in Amsterdam (From Raetekorrespondenz #4 of the Group of International Communists of Holland)
-The class struggle in Spain
-Upton Sinclair on the road to fascism?
-Home coming: the end of the Trotsky movement
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