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A Concise Bibliography of Bertrand Russell’s Works *

Part 1  Articles and Book Reviews, 1895-1930
Part 2  Articles and Book Reviews, 1931-1950
Part 3  Articles and Book Reviews, 1951-1970
Part 4  Books, Collections, and Pamphlets, 1896-present
Part 5  Letters to the Editor, Press Statements, 1904-1970


PART 2  ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS, 1931-1950 (complete)

Abbreviations: Mortals and Others, vols. 1 & 2 (MO1, MO2), Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, vol. 2 (ABR2), Bertrand Russell’s America, vol. 1 (BRA1), Why I Am Not a Christian (WNC), Russell Society Newsletter (RSN), Education and the Social Order (ESO), In Praise of Idleness (IPI), Unpopular Essays (UE), Logic and Knowledge (LK), Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell (BW), Understanding History (UH), Authority and the Individual (AI), Fact and Fiction (FF), Portraits from Memory (PfM), Human Society in Ethics and Politics (HSEP)

1931

“Barriers to Culture,” The Clarion (London), Jan 3 1931, 7-8

“Don’t Tell the Children”  Children and the truth, Child Study 8 (Feb 1931), 161-2

“If My Children Are Happy, Intelligent and Decent,” Sunday Express, London, Mar 8 1931

“What I Believe,” The Nation, 132 (Apr 29 1931), 469-71  Repr. One Hundred Years of The Nation

“Free Speech in Childhood,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 1 (May 30 1931), 486-8

On a Survey of Clergymen’s Attitudes Towards War, The World Tomorrow 14 (Jun 1931), 196-7

“Modern Tendencies in Education,” The Spectator, 146 (Jun 13 1931), 926-7

“Nice People,” Harper’s Magazine 163 (Jul 1931), 226-30  Repr. WNC

“Miss Mannin on Children”  Review of Mannin, Common Sense and the Child, The Saturday Review (London) 152 (Jul 4 1931), 22

“Jealousy the Dividing Line”  The first of many Hearst newspaper columns, New York American, Jul 22 1931, 15  Repr. MO1  The last Hearst column by Russell was published Apr 19 1935

“Sex and Happiness,” New York American, Aug 5 1931, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Tourists,” New York American, Aug 24 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

“Menace of Old Age,” New York American, Aug 27 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

“In Our School”  On Beacon Hill School, The New Republic 68 (Sep 9 1931), 92-4

“In Praise of Artificiality,” New York American, Sep 9 1931, p. 15  Repr. MO1

“Who May Use Lipstick?” New York American, Sep 14 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

“Lessons of Experience,” New York American, Sep 23 1931, 15  Repr. MO1

Review of Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics, Mind 40 (Oct 1931), 476-82

“Hope and Fear,” New York American, Oct 7 1931, 17  Repr. MO1

“Are Criminals Worse Than Other People?” New York American, Oct 29 1931, 15  Repr. MO1

“The Advantages of Cowardice,” New York American, Nov 2 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

“The Decay of Meditation,” New York American, Nov 4 1931, 17  Repr. MO1

“Marriage and Personality,” New York American, Nov 13 1931  Repr. MO1

“On Being a Good Boy,” New York American, Nov 18 1931, 17  Repr. MO1

“Whose Admiration Do You Desire?” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine, 88 (Dec 1931), 8  Repr. MO1

“Who Gets Our Savings?” New York American, Dec 1 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

“Are Children a Worry?” New York American, Dec 11 1931, 19  Repr. MO1

“On Politicians,” New York American, Dec 16 1931, 17  Repr. MO1

“Keeping Pace?” New York American, Dec 23 1931, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Snobbery,” New York American, Dec 30 1931, 13  Repr. MO1

1932

Review of F. P. Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics, Philosophy 7 (Jan 1932), 84-6

“How Science Has Changed Society,” The Listener 7 (Jan 13 1932), 39-42  Repr. (revised) in Science in the Changing World

“Christmas at Sea,” New York American, Jan 13 1932, 17  Repr. ABR2, 156-8

“On National Greatness,” New York American, Jan 20 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Is the World Going Mad?” New York American, Jan 27 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Are We Too Passive?” New York American, Feb 3 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Why We Enjoy Mishaps,” New York American, Feb 10 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Does Education Do Harm?” New York American, Feb 17 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Do Scientists Err?” New York American, Feb 24 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Why We Read,” New York American, Mar 2 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Illegal?”  On attempted suicide, New York American, Mar 9 1932, 17  Repr. MO1

“We Don’t Want to Be Happy”  Review of Huxley, Brave New World, The New Leader, n.s.21, no.9 (Mar 11 1932), 9  Repr. MO1

“Will Capitalism Crash?” The New Leader, n.s.21, no.10 (Mar 18 1932), 4  Repr. MO1

“As Others See Us,” New York American, Mar 23 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Taking Long Views,” New York American, Mar 30 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Too Many Lectures Spoil the Student,” The Clare Market Review, n.s.12, no.2,7  Repr. MO1

“How to End War,” New World: Journal of the No More War Movement 2, no.12 (April 1932), 1-2

“Sex Education in Schools,” The New Generation 11, no. 4 (April 1932), 38

“On Mental Differences,” New York American, Apr 6 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On the Fierceness of Vegetarians,” New York American, Apr 13 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Where Police Are Licensed Criminals”  Review of Hopkins, Our Lawless Police: The Unlawful Enforcement of the Law, The New Leader, n.s. 21, no. 14 (Apr 15 1932), 3

“Furniture and the Ego,” New York American, Apr 20 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Why Are We Discontent?” New York American, Apr 27 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

Peano’s Death, Schola et vita (Milan) 7 (May-Jun 1932), 102  Eng. tr. Kennedy, Peano, p.169

“How People Economize,” New York American, May 4 1932, 13  Repr. MO2

“On Locomotion,” New York American, May 11 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Of Cooperation,” New York American, May 18 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Our Woman Haters,” New York American, May 25 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Should Children Be Happy?” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine 89, no.469 (Jun 1932), 57  Repr. MO1

“Influence of Fathers,” New York American, Jun 1 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Societies,” New York American, Jun 8 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Being Edifying,” Time and Tide 13 (Jun 11 1932), 642  Repr. MO1

“Do Dogs Think?” New York American, Jun 15 1932, 23  Repr. MO2

“On Sales Resistance,” New York American, Jun 22 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Dangers of Feminism,” New York American, Jul 6 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Expected Emotions,” New York American, Jul 13 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Modern Uncertainty,” New York American, Jul 20 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Imitating Heroes,” New York American, Jul 27 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“The Sophistication of the Young,” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine 89, no. 471 (Aug 1932), 65

“Vicarious Asceticism,” New York American, Aug 3 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Labeling People,” New York American, Aug 10 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Smiling,” New York American, Aug 17 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Who Wants War?”  Do governments? New York American, Aug 24 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“Patriots and Patro-Idiots,” The Modern Thinker and Authors’ Review 1 (Sep 1932), 389-94  Repr. ch. 10 ESO

“Corporal Punishment”  Crime and punishment, New York American, Sep 7 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“What Animals Would Think”  New York American, Sep 14 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Insularity,” New York American, Sep 21 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Astrologers,” New York American, Sep 28 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

“In Praise of Idleness,” Harper’s Magazine 165 (Oct 1932), 552-9  Repr. MO1

“Protecting Children from Reality,” New York American, Oct 5 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“The Decay of Standards”  Rules of thought, New York American, Oct 19 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Pride in Illness,” New York American, Oct 26 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Comments on the Basis of the Sexology Group of the Promethean Society”  On education, Twentieth Century 4, no. 21 (Nov 1932), 22

“On Charity”  Where charity fails, New York American, Nov 2 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“The Uses of Adversity,” Time and Tide 13 (Nov 1932), 1,210

“On Reverence,” New York American, Nov 9 1932, 19  Repr. MO1

“On Proverbs,” New York American, Nov 16 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Clothes,” New York American, Nov 23 1932, 17  Repr. MO1

“Should Socialists Smoke Good Cigars?” New York American, Nov 30 1932, 17  Repr. MO1

“A Sense of Humor,” New York American, Dec 7 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Love and Money,” New York American, Dec 14 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“Interest in Crime,” New York American, Dec 21 1932, 15  Repr. MO1

“How to Become a Genius,” New York American, Dec 28 1932, 13  Repr. MO1

1933

“The Future of the Family,” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine 90, no. 476 (Jan 1933), 27, 80

“On Old Friends,” New York American, Jan 4 1933, 13  Repr. MO1

“Success and Failure,” New York American, Jan 11 1933, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Feeling Ashamed,” New York American, Jan 18 1933, 15  Repr. MO1

“On Economic Security,” New York American, Jan 25 1933, 15  Repr. MO1

“The Modern Midas,” Harper’s Magazine 166 (Feb 1933), 327-34  Repr. IPI

“On Tact,” New York American, Feb 1 1933, p. 17  Repr. MO1

“Changing Fashions in Reserve,” New York American, Feb 8 1933, 13  Repr. MO1

“On Honor,” New York American, Feb 15 1933, 13  Repr. MO1

“The Consolations of History,” New York American, Feb 22 1933, 17  Repr. MO1

“The Governmental Mentality,” The Sunday Referee (London), Feb 26 1933, 6

“The Influence of Technique on Politics,” The Twentieth Century (Toronto) 1, no. 7 (Mar 1 1933), 3-6  Repr. (revised) Esquire 1, no. 4 (Mar 1934), 26, 133  Repr. Ideas and Models

“How People Take Failure,” New York American, Mar 1 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“On Conceit,” New York American, Mar 8 1933, 10  Repr. MO2

“Reply to Our Questions”  Books and writing, The New Leader 22, no. 16 (Mar 10 1933), 7

“This Way to Chaos,” The Sunday Referee, Mar 12 1933, 6

“On Bores,” New York American, Mar 15 1933, 10  Repr. MO2

“Havelock Ellis on Sex”  Review of Psychology of Sex, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.5 (Mar 18 1933), 325-6

“Sport and Politics,” New York American, Mar 22 1933, 10  Repr. MO2

“Freedom of the Press”  Power of the Plutocrats, The Sunday Referee, Mar 26 1933, 6

“Should the Public Schools Be Abolished?” Debate, The Listener 9 (29 Mar 29 1933), 477-80

“On Reticence,” New York American, Mar 29 1933, 10  Repr. MO2

Review of Eddington, The Expanding Universe, Philosophy 8 (April 1933), 219-20

“The Good Old Days,” New York American, Apr 5 1933, 12  Repr. MO2

“History’s Lesson for the Nazis,” The Sunday Referee, Apr 9 1933, 6

“Civilization,” New York American, Apr 12 1933, 12  Repr. MO2

“Art of Persuading,” Los Angeles Examiner, Apr 19 1933, sec.1, p.8  Repr. MO2

“Modern Marriage”  Review of Miles Malleson, Yours Unfaithfully, The Observer, Apr 23 1933, 5

“If You Were Charged With Murder!”  Reflections on the Moscow Trial, The Sunday Referee, Apr 23 1933, 6

“Democracy”  Its prospects, New York American, Apr 26 1933, 10  Repr. MO2

“Strong Man Cult,” New York American, May 3 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“Wisdom from the West”  Will Roosevelt lead world? The Sunday Referee, May 7 1933, 6  Repr. (revised) Harbace College Reader

“Stupidity Rules,” New York American, May 10 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“On Utilitarianism,” New York American, May 17 1933, 17  Repr. MO2

“How to Avoid War”  Harmful political creeds, The Sunday Referee, May 21 1933, 6

“On Race Hatred,” New York American, May 24 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“The Spirit of Adventure,” New York American, May 31 1933, 11  Repr. MO2

“The Only Alternative to Internationalism Is Death!” The Sunday Referee, Jun 4 1933, 6

“What Makes People Likeable,” New York American, Jun 7 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“On Self-Righteousness,” New York American, Jun 14 1933, 19  Repr. MO2

“Rise and Fall of Big Business”  Limitations of self-help, The Sunday Referee, Jun 18 1933, 6

“On Spending Money,” New York American, Jun 21 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Origin of Victorianism,” New York American, Jun 28 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Cause of the World’s Troubles”  Economic fallacies, The Sunday Referee, Jul 2 1933, 6

“On Propriety,” New York American, Jul 5 1933, 11  Repr. MO2

“I Escape from Progress,” New York American, Jul 12 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“America Turns Its Back on Europe,” It’s the right policy, The Sunday Referee, Jul 16 1933, 6

“Experts and Oligarchs,” New York American, Jul 19 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“Cloistered Virtue,” New York American, Jul 26 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“Socialism Over the White House,” A revolution, The Sunday Referee, Jul 30 1933, 6

“Ashamed of Virtue,” New York American, Aug 2 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“Men Versus Insects,” New York American, Aug 9 1933, 13  Repr. IPI

“If I Were Dictator of Housing,” The Sunday Referee, Aug 13 1933, 6  Repr. IPI

“Paralysis of Statesmanship,” New York American, Aug 16 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“On Orthodoxies,” New York American, Aug 23 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Democracy Is In Eclipse,” Men prefer persecuting others, The Sunday Referee, Aug 27 1933, 6

“Means To Ends,” New York American, Aug 30 1933, 13  Repr. MO2

“Individualistic Ethics,” New York American, Sep 6 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Marriage and the Serfdom of Women,” The Sunday Referee, Sep 10 1933, 6

“Cult of the Individual,” New York American, Sep 13 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“On Being Argumentative,” New York American, Sep 20 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“There Need Be No War,” The Sunday Referee, Sep 24 1933, 6

“On Mediaevalism,” New York American, 27 Sept. 1933, p. 19  Repr. MO2

“Nash’s Commentary”  Let’s cooperate, Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine 92, no. 485 (Oct. 1933), 5

“In Praise of Dullness,” New York American, 4 Oct. 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Why Are Alien Groups Hated?” Everyman, n.s. no. 2 (Oct 6 1933), 22

“Social Importance of Culture,” The Sunday Referee, Oct 8 1933, 6  Repr. ch.2 IPI

“The End of Pioneering,” New York American, Oct 11 1933, 17  Repr. MO2

“Combating Cruelty,” New York American, Oct 18 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“Ideals of Fascism,” The Sunday Referee, Oct 22 1933, 14

“How to Keep Mentally Young.” New York American, Oct 25 1933, 17  Repr. MO2

“Dangers of Discipline,” New York American, Oct 30 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“The Age of Stagnation,” The Sunday Referee, Nov 5 1933,14

“The Next Billion Years,” New York American, Nov 10 1933, 23  Repr. MO2

“War Mentality and Armament Firms,” The Sunday Referee, Nov 19 1933, 6

“Do Children Need Fathers?” Daily Herald, Nov 21 1933, 10

“The Churches and War,” New York American, Nov 24 1933, 19  Repr. MO2

“Can the World Be Saved?”  The role of force, The Sunday Referee, Dec 3 1933, 8

“A Benefit of Prohibition,” New York American, Dec 6 1933, 19  Repr. MO1

“Kings in a Republic”  Loving our neighbors, New York American, Dec 14 1933, 19  Repr. MO2

“The World Is in a Mad Mood,” The Sunday Referee, Dec 17 1933, 8

“Impulse vs. Self-Control,” New York American, Dec 21 1933, 19  Repr. MO2

“The Essence of Law,” New York American, Dec 28 1933, 15  Repr. MO2

“The Balance of Power,” The Sunday Referee, Dec 31 1933, 6

1934

“Is Euthanasia Justifiable?” New York American, Jan 1 1934, 21  Repr. MO2

“Equality,” New York American, Jan 8 1934, 15  Repr. BRA1; MO2

“The Father of the Family,” New York American, Jan 15 1934, 15  Repr. MO2

“The Sphere of Liberty in the Modern World,” Berwick Mercury, Jan 20 1934, 3  Repr. Esquire 2, no. 2 (July 1934), 29

“The Origin of Mourning and Other Customs,” New York American, Jan 22 1934, 13  Repr. MO2

“Why I Am Neither a Communist Nor a Fascist,” New Britain 2 (Jan 31 1934), 310-1  Repr. (revised) ch. 6 IPI

“They Are Beating the Cross into a Swastika in Germany”  Religious persecution, The Sunday Referee, Feb 4 1934, 6

“Transferring Anger,” New York American, Feb 5 1934, 15  Repr. MO2

“Dangers of Adult Education,” New York American, Feb 12 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“The Next 200 Years”  Is progress assured? New York American, Feb 19 1934, 17  Repr. MO1

“This Modern World”  Curious beliefs, New York American, Feb 26 1934, 17  Repr. MO2

“Pioneer Ethics”  Competitive ethics, New York American, Mar 19 1934, 15  Repr. MO2

“Queer People,” Sanity and otherwise, New York American, Mar 26 1934, 15  Repr. MO2

“That’s Different,” Justifying one’s actions, New York American, Apr 2 1934, 13  Repr. MO2

“What Does Hitler Mean to Do?”  Review of Henri, Hitler over Europe? News Chronicle (Manchester and London), Apr 4 1934, 4

“What I Would Do With That £31,000,000 Surplus,” The Sunday Referee, Apr 15 1934, 6

“Back to Nature,” New York American, Apr 30 1934, 13  Repr. MO2

“Education and Civilisation,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 7 (May 5 1934), 666-8  Repr. ch.12 IPI

“A Bill Which Says Britons Shall Be Slaves!” The Sunday Referee, May 6 1934, 6

“Parental Love,” New York American, May 7 1934, 15  Repr. MO2

“Japan and China,” No More War, 1, no. 6 (June 1934), 4-5.

“The State and Trade Unionism”  Review of Milne-Bailey, Trade Unions and the State, Labour 1 (July 1934), 256

“British in India Like Nazis, Bertrand Russell Charges,” New York Post, Jul 6 1934

“Possessiveness,” New York American, Jul 13 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Superstitions,” New York American, Jul 20 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Science’s Goal,” New York American, Jul 27 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Social Sciences,” New York American, Aug 3 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Racial Bunk,” New York American, Aug 10 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Spare Time”  Leisure, New York American, Aug 17 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“What to Believe,” New York American, Aug 24 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Human Instincts”  Pleasure v. needs, New York American, Aug 31 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

Review of Curry, School and a Changing Civilization, The New Era in Home and School (London) 15 (Sep-Oct 1934), 196

“Virtue’s Fashions,” New York American, Sep 7 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Comets,” New York American, Sep 14 1934, 23  Repr. MO2; ch.12 IPI

“Duels”  A proposal for politicians, New York American, Sep 20 1934, 17  Repr. MO2

“Useless Wisdom,” New York American, Sep 27 1934, 21  Repr. MO2; ch.2 IPI

“Was Europe a Success?”  On Joseph Wood Krutch, “Was Europe a Success?” in the same issue, The Nation 139 (Oct 3 1934), 373-4

“Great Men,” Men who shaped history, New York American, Oct 4 1934, 19  Repr. MO2

“Europe and Africa,” Heckmondwike Herald (UK), Oct 6 1934, 3  Also in The Berwick Mercury, Oct 6 1934, 4

“Whole Truth”  Telling children the truth, New York American, Oct 11 1934, 21  Repr. MO2

“Childish Fears”  What they produce, New York American, Oct 18 1934, 21  Repr. MO2

“Contemplation”  Morality and climate, New York American, Oct 26 1934, 23  Repr. MO2

“Uniformity,” New York American, 2 Nov. 1934, p. 21  Repr. MO2

“Obscure Fame,” New York American, Nov 9 1934, 23  Repr. MO2

“Protean Truth”  Genius and madness, New York American, Nov 16 1934, 23  Repr. MO2

“Stilted Manners,” New York American, Nov 23 1934, 25  Repr. MO2

“Bertrand Russell on India and the West,” The Sunday Referee, Nov 25 1934, 7

“Materialism”  Love of money, Los Angeles Examiner, Nov 30 1934, sec.1, p.19  Repr. MO2

“When Men Die For Religion,” The Sunday Referee, Dec 2 1934, 12

“Strangers”  On married couples, New York American, Dec 7 1934, 25  Repr. MO2

“Polite Lies,” New York American, Dec 14 1934, 27  Repr. MO2

“Shall We See A New Aristocracy?” The Sunday Referee, Dec 16 1934, 12

“How To Be Insulting,” New York American, Dec 21 1934, 25  Repr. MO2

“Peace Will Come to Europe if Germany Tires if Hitler,” The Sunday Referee, Dec 30 1934, 10

1935

“The Revolt Against Reason,” The Political Quarterly 6 (Jan 1935), 1-19  Repr. ch. 5 IPI

“Why Are Jews Persecuted?”  Review of Sacks, The Intelligent Man’s Guide to Jew-Baiting, Time and Tide 16 (Jan 12 1935), 54-5.

“The Plunder of Abyssinia,” The Sunday Referee (London), Jan 13 1935, 2

“New Faith”  On vigorous v. feeble epochs, New York American, Jan 16 1935, 19  Repr. MO2

“Light on Japan’s Aims,” The Sunday Referee, Jan 27 1935, 11

“England’s Duty to India,” Asia (New York) 35 (Feb 1935), 69-70

“The Men Who Want War,” The Sunday Referee, Feb 10 1935, 10

“The Tragedy of Peace,” The Sunday Referee, Feb 24 1935, 10

“Bertrand Russell on the World Chaos,” The Sunday Referee, Mar 10 1935, 12

“Saving Europe From Disaster,” The Sunday Referee, Mar 31 1935, 11

“Scientific Certainty and Uncertainty”  Review of Eddington, New Pathways in Science, Time and Tide 16 (Apr 13 1935), 550-1

“Let Us Stand by the League”  On Isolationism, The Sunday Referee, Apr 14 1935, 12

“Knowledge”  On decrease of knowledge, New York American, Apr 19 1935, 21  Repr. MO2

“Take the Profits Out of War,” The Sunday Referee, Apr 28 1935, 11

“Fear of Freedom”  A problem of education, The Berwick Mercury, May 11 1935, 4

“Why Be Afraid of Socialism?” The Sunday Referee, May 12 1935, 12

“A Weekly Diary,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.9 (May 25 1935), 742-3

“Hitler’s Thirteen Points,” The Sunday Referee, May 26 1935, 12

“A Weekly Diary,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.9 (Jun 1 1935), 798-9

“A Weekly Diary,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.9 (Jun 8 1935), 854-5

“Dangers in the Far East,” The Sunday Referee, Jun 9 1935, 10

“A Weekly Diary,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.9 (Jun 15 1935), 886-7

“A Weekly Diary,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.9 (22 June 1935): 918-19

“Menace of Secret Pacts,” The Sunday Referee, Jun 23 1935, 12

“Are We Any Happier?” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine 95, no.506 (July 1935), 12-13, 120, 122  Repr. RSN, no.6 (Apr 1975), 14-18

“If You Were Foreign Minister What Would You Do About Abyssinia?” The Sunday Referee 7 (Jul 1935), 12

“Your Duty in the Next War,” The Sunday Referee, Jul 21 1935, 12  Repr. as leaflet, The Gas Drill Farce

“Britain Must Be Neutral,” The Sunday Referee, Aug 4 1935, 10

“How to Keep the Peace,” The Sunday Referee, 18 Aug. 1935, p. 12.

“Bertrand Russell Applauds U.S. Neutrality Decision,” New York Post, Aug 27 1935, 4

“Keep Out of War!” The Sunday Referee, Sep 1 1935, 10

“The New Alliance”  Between Italy and Germany, The Sunday Referee, Sep 15 1935, 4

“The Dangers of Bluff”  Between Britain and Italy, The Sunday Referee, Sep 29 1935, 10

“How to Keep Peace,” The Sunday Referee, Oct 13 1935, 4

“In Lands Where Slums and Wars Are Unknown”  Scandinavia, The Sunday Referee, Oct 23 1935, 18

“Science Is Tottering,” The Sunday Referee, 10 Nov. 1935, p. 12.

“When a Marriage Crashes,” Sunday Express (London), Nov 17 1935, 15

“Our Grandfathers Would Not Have Put Up With It,” The Sunday Referee, Nov 24 1935, 12

“Who Should Bring Up Our Children?” Debate with Chesterton, The Listener 14 (Nov 27 1935), 951-3

“These Rights Husbands Had Once,” Wife-beating, The Sunday Referee, Dec 15 1935, 12

“Resistance To Authority,” The Sunday Referee, Dec 29 1935, 12

1936

“The Prospects of a Permanent Peace,” The Lecture Recorder 5 (Jan 1936), 163-7; Fabian News 47 (Feb 1936), 6; Manchester Guardian, Nov 29 1935, 19

“Greetings on Our Jubilee,” Literary Guide and Rationalist Review, n.s. no. 475 (Jan 1936), 6

“Peace in the World,” The Sunday Sun, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Jan 12 1936, 10

“Hysterics While You Wait,” The Sunday Referee, Jan 19 1936, 12

“The Sort of Weather We’re Having,” The Sunday Referee, Feb 9 1936, 12

“The Established Church and the Report of the Archbishop’s Commission,” The Bolton Standard, Bolton (UK), Feb 14 1936, 3; Berwick Mercury, Feb 15 1936, 4

“Determinism and Physics,” Proceedings of the University of Durham Philosophical Society 9 (Mar 1936), 228-45  Repr. as a pamphlet

“Why Radicals Are Unpopular,” Common Sense (New York) 5, no. 3 (Mar 1936), 13-15

“Philosophy and Grammar”  Review of Ayer, Language, Truth and Logic, The London Mercury 33 (Mar 1936), 541-3

“Our Brave Impatient World!” The Sunday Referee, Mar 29 1936, 12

“Is Life No Longer Sacred?” The Sunday Referee, Apr 19 1936, 12

“On Order in Time,” Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 32 (May 1936), 216-28   Repr. LK

“Our Sexual Ethics,” The American Mercury 38 (May 1936), 36-41  Repr. WNC

“An Obituary of Liberalism”  Review of Laski, The Rise of European Liberalism, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 11 (May 23 1936), 805

“Dangerous Passions,” The Sunday Referee, May 24 1936, 12

“Life Begins at Two,” Sunday Graphic and Sunday News (London), May 24 1936, 12

“The Limits of Empiricism,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 36 (1935-36), 131-50

“Man Who Stuck Pins In His Wife”  On cruelty, The Sunday Referee, Jul 12 1936, 12

“Dictatorships That Pass in the Night,” The Sunday Referee, Aug 9 1936, 14

The Last Survivor of a Dead Epoch,” Listener 16 (Aug 12 1936), 289  Repr. as “Obituary” UE

“A Turning Point in Foreign Policy,” The Berwick Mercury, Aug 22 1936, 4

“Personal View,” Manchester Evening News, Oct 9 1936, 12

“Philosophy in the Twentieth Century”  Review of Laird, Recent Philosophy, The Listener 16 (Oct 14 1936), supp., 3

“Your Freedom Is in Danger,” The Sunday Sun, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Oct 25 1936, 10

“Far Eastern Imperialism”  Review of Utley, Japan’s Feet of Clay, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 12 (Nov 7 1936), 736

“Paralysis of England,” Coronet 1, no. 2 (Dec 1936), 3-8

“No Continental Entanglements,” The Yorkshire Post (Leeds), Dec 5 1936, 8

1937

“On Being Modern-Minded,” The Nation 144 (Jan 9 1937), 47-8  Repr. UE

“Philosophy’s Ulterior Motives,” The Atlantic Monthly 159 (Feb 1937), 149-55  Repr. UE

“Collective ‘Security’ ”  Peace News (London), no. 35 (Feb 13 1937), 6

“Law and Conscience,” The Birmingham Mail, Feb 16 1937, 8

Russell speech in House of Lords for British isolation, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), London, (5), 104 (Feb 24 1937), cols. 318-23

“Two Prophets”  Review of Osborn, Freud and Marx, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 13 (Mar 13 1937), 416

“Power, Ancient and Modern,” Political Quarterly 8 (Apr 1937), 155-64  Repr. ch. 3, Power

“Marriage Reform in France”  Review of Blum, Marriage, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 13 (May 1 1937), 722, 724

“The Future of Democracy,” The New Republic 90 (May 5 1937), 381-2

“Plato in Modern Dress”  Review of Crossman, Plato To-Day, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 13 (May 22 1937), 850

“Humanizing Warfare,” Peace News, no. 50 (May 29 1937), 6

“The Superior Virtue of the Oppressed,” The Nation 144 (Jun 26 1937), 731-2  Repr. UE

“The Fairly Modern Mind”  Review of Roberts, The Modern Mind, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 13 (Jun 26 1937), 1,048

“War in the Heavens”  Review of Stapledon, Star Maker, The London Mercury 36 (Jul 1937), 297-8

“Lives of the Great Mathematicians”  Review of Bell, Men of Mathematics, The Sunday Times, Jul 11 1937, 9

“Lives of the Great Mathematicians”  Review of Bell, Men of Mathematics, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.14 (Jul 17 1937), 115

“A World of Fairy Tales”  Review of Sellon, Europe at the Cross-Roads, Peace News, no. 79 (Dec 18 1937), 8

1938

“My Religious Reminiscences,” The Rationalist Annual, 1938, 3-8  Repr. BW

“Bringing Up Parents (and Teachers),” The Star (London), Jan 28 1938, 4

“Aristocratic Rebels: Byron and the Modern World,” The Saturday Review of Literature 17 (Feb 12 1938), 3-4, 16, 18  Repr. (revised) Journal of the History of Ideas 1 (Jan 1940), 24-37

“Philosophy and Common Sense”  Review of Levy, Philosophy for a Modern Man, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 15 (Feb 12 1938), 252, 254

“The Crisis in Foreign Policy,” Peace News, no. 90 (Mar 5 1938), 8

“What Is Happiness?” News Chronicle, Manchester and London, Mar 18 1938, 6  Repr. in What Is Happiness?

“Has the League a Future?” The Sunday Sun (Newcastle), May 15 1938, 12

“The Persecution of the Jews”  What can be done, The Berwick Mercury, Jul 9 1938, 3

“My Son, at 15 Months, Knows 150 Words,” The Sunday Referee, Jul 10 1938, 10

“On Verification,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 38 (1937-38), 1-20

“Power Over Opinion,” The Saturday Review of Literature 18, no. 16 (Aug 13 1938), 13-4  Repr. ch 10 Power

“What We Should Teach Our Children,” Lilliput (London), 3 (Sep 1938), 241-3

“The Taming of Power,” The Atlantic Monthly 162 (Oct 1938), 439-49  Repr. ch. 18 Power

“Taming Economic Power,” University of Chicago Round Table, no. 35 (Nov 13 1938), 1-11

“The Relevance of Psychology to Logic,” Aristotelian Society, Supp. Vol.: Action, Perception and Measurement 17 (1938), 42-53

1939

“The Role of the Intellectual in the Modern World,” The American Journal of Sociology 44 (Jan 1939), 491-8

“Is Security Increasing?” The University of Chicago Round Table, no. 44 (Jan 15 1939), 2-9, 11  Repr. Monroe, Principles and Types of Speech,1939

“Democracy and Economics,” Survey Graphic 28 (Feb 1939), 130-2

“Munich Rather Than War,” The Nation 148 (Feb 14 1939), 173-5

“Individual Freedom in England and America,” The Berwick Mercury, Feb 25 1939, 3

“The Case for U.S. Neutrality,” Common Sense 8, no. 3 (Mar 1939), 8-9

“Education for Democracy,” The Bulletin of the Department of Secondary-School Principals of the National Education Association 23, no. 81 (Mar 1939), 6-16

“Bertrand Russell Reviews Apostles of Revolution,” Chicago Daily News, Mar 1 1939, 13

“Can Power Be Humanized?” Forum and Century 102 (Oct 1939), 184-5  Repr. RSN, no. 71 (Aug 1991), 10-11

1940

“Freedom and the Colleges,” The American Mercury 50 (May 1940), 24-33  Repr. WNC

“Do I Preach Adultery?” Liberty (New York), 17, no. 20 (May 18 1940), 579  Repr. ESM

“The Functions of a Teacher,” Harper’s Magazine 181, no. 1,081 (June 1940), 11-6  Repr. UE

“Education in Democracy,” The California Monthly (Berkeley), 45, no. 1 (Sep 1940), 8-9

“The Tragedy of Reality”  Review of Utley, The Dream We Lost, The Saturday Review of Literature 22, no. 23 (Sep 28 1940), 6

1941

“Education in America,” Common Sense 10 (Jun 1941),163-6  Repr. BRA1

“Blueprint for an Enduring Peace,” The American Mercury 52 (Jun 1941), 666-76

“Russell Condemns Policy of Isolation,” The New York Times, Sep 21 1941, sec.1 p.13

“Bertrand Russell Urges Creation of World Federation Controlling All Armaments,” The New Leader 24, no.39 (Sep 27 1941), 4

“A Philosophy for You in These Times,” (heavily edited), The Reader’s Digest 39, no. 234 (Oct 1941), 5-7

“On Keeping a Wide Horizon”  Full text of Oct 1941 Reader’s Digest article, Russell, nos. 33-4 (1979), 5-11  Repr. RSN, no.70 (may 1991), 21

1942

“Messages for India Independence Day,” India To-Day (New York), 2 (Jan 1942), 2

“To End the Deadlock in India,” Asia 42 (Jun 1942), 338-40

“Proposals for an International University,” The Fortnightly, n.s. 152 (Jul 1942), 8-16  Repr. (revised) as “Education after the War,” The American Mercury 78 (Aug 1943), 194-203

“Freedom in a Time of Stress,” The Rotarian 61, no.3 (Sep 1942), 23-4

“Nehru’s Credo,” Review of Nehru, Glimpses of World History, Common Sense 11 (Sep 1942), 319-20.

“Non-Materialistic Naturalism,” The Kenyon Review 4 (autumn 1942), 361-5

1943

“The International Significance of the Indian Problem,” Free World 5 (Jan 1943), 63-9  Repr. Raeburn, Treasury for the Free World

“Keep Aggressor Nations Disarmed,” PM (New York), Jan 11 1943, 3

“We Can’t Afford Private Empires,” PM, Feb 16 1943, 3

“Some Problems of the Post-War World,” Free World 5 (Apr 1943), 297-301  Repr. Raeburn, Treasury for the Free World

“If You Fall in Love With a Married Man,” Glamour 9, no. 4 (Apr 1943), 68,94,99-100

“What Shall We Do With Germany?”  Review of Brickner, Is Germany Incurable, The Saturday Review of Literature 26, no.22 (May 29 1943), 8-9

“An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish,” The American Freeman, no. 2,049 (Jun 1943), 1-3  Repr. UE

“Zionism and the Peace Settlement,” The New Palestine 33, no.15 (Jun 11 1943), 5-7  Repr. in Palestine: A Jewish Commonwealth in Our Time

“My Grandmother and Mr. Gladstone,” Vogue 102, no.2 (Jul 15 1943), 35,81  Repr. Holme, The World in Vogue, 1963

“Eccentrics Preferred,” Vogue 102, no.5 (Sep 1 1943), 103,162

“The Russian Realities”  Russia and the U.S. after the War, Common Sense 12 (Oct 1943), 351-4

“Our World After the War: A Plan for International Action,” The New Leader 26, no.48 (Nov 27 1943), 5,7

“The Future of Pacifism,” The American Scholar 13 (winter 1943-4), 7-13

“Citizenship in a Great State,” Fortune, Chicago, 28, no.6 (Dec 1943), 167-185

“Britain’s Shrunken Economy Makes Her Dependent on U.S.” The New Leader 26, no.49 (Dec 4 1943), 5

“Experience Among Freaks,” Vogue 102, no.12 (Dec 15 1943), 53,70-1

1944

“My Program for India”  On Brailsford, Subject India, Common Sense 13 (Feb 1944), 51-3  Repr. RSN, no.70 (May 1991), 9-11

“Cooperate With Soviet Russia,” The New Leader 27, no.6 (Feb 5 1944), 8-9

“Western Hegemony in Post-War Asia,” The New Leader 27, no.9 (Feb 26 1944), 7

“Victors and Vanquished,” The New Leader 27, no.12 (Mar 18 1944), 9

“Education in International Understanding,” Tomorrow (New York) 3, no.10 (Jun 1944), 19-21

“Can Americans and Britons Be Friends?” The Saturday Evening Post 216, no.49 (Jun 3 1944), 14-15,57-9  Repr. BRA1

“A Farewell to American Youth,” Magazine Digest 29, no.1 (Jul 1944), 14-16

“How War Has Changed the British People,” Reynolds News, Jul 23 1944, 6

“The Value of Free Thought,” The American Freeman, no. 2,063 (Aug 1944), 1-4  Repr. UH

“A Waste of Public Money”  On British public schools, Reynolds News Aug 6 1944, 2

“Four-Power Alliance: Step to Peace,” The New Leader 27, no.33 (Aug 12 1944), 9

“The Disarmament of Education,” The New Leader 27, no.36 (Sep 2 1944), 9

“I Am Thankful for the B.B.C.” Reynolds News and Sunday Citizen, Sep 24 1944, 2  Repr. Russell, no.18 (summer 1975), 15-17

“Britain – U.S.A.” Leader Magazine (London) 2, no.2 (Oct 28 1944), 12-3

“What Makes a Woman a Fascinator?” Vogue 104, no.8 (Nov 1 1944), 130,175

“The Thinkers Behind Germany’s Sins”  Can Germany Blame Her Philosophers? Leader Magazine 2, no.5 (Nov 18 1944), 6

“Twilight of British Empire,” Forward (Glasgow), 2 (Dec 1944), 4

1945

“British and American Nationalism,” Horizon (London), 11 (Jan 1945), 17-30  Repr. BRA1

“Where Do We Go Now?” The Listener 33 (Jan 11 1945), 31-2

“Can We Re-Educate Germany?” Maclean’s Magazine 58, no.6 (Mar 15 1945), 16, 20-1

“Democracy in Liberated Europe,” Forward (Glasgow) 39, no.11 (Mar 17 1945), 3

“Bertrand Russell on the Problems of Peace,” Picture Post 27, no.3 (Apr 21 1945), 16-18  Repr. Hopkinson, Picture Post 1938-50

“The Future in China and Japan,” Forward 39, no.16 (Apr 21 1945), 4-5

“Should Scientists Be Public Servants?” Broadcast discussion with J.B.S. Haldane, The Listener 33 (May 10 1945), 516-20

“Free Schools in a State System,” The Observer (London), Jun 10 1945, 4

“Whose Guilt? The Problem of Cruelty,” Picture Post 27, no.11 (Jun 16 1945), 10-13

“Make Divorce Easier,” Sunday Graphic (London), Jul 22 1945

“The Bomb and Civilisation,” Forward 39, no.33 (Aug 18 1945), 1, 3

“What Is the Truth About Russia?”  Review of Koestler, The Yogi and the Commissar, Forward 39, no.38 (Sep 22 1945), 4

“What Should Be British Policy Towards Russia?” Forward 39, no.39 (Sep 29 1945), 4

“How to Avoid the Atomic War,” Common Sense 14, no.9 (Oct 1945), 3-5

“Peace or Atomisation?” Cavalcade (London), 7, no.396 (Oct 6 1945), 8-9

“Humanity’s Last Chance,” Cavalcade 7, no.398 (Oct 20 1945), 8-9  Repr. BRA2

“Logical Positivism,” Polemic (London), no.1 (Nov 1945), 6-13

“Britain and the Atomic Bomb,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 7 1945, 4

“The German Disaster,” Forward 39, no.46 (Nov 17 1945), 3  Repr. in The New Leader 28, no.49 (Dec 8 1945), 10

The Atomic Bomb, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), (5), 138 (Nov 28 1945), cols.87-92  Repr. RSN, no.35 (Aug 1982), 10-11; ch. 2 Has Man a Future?

“Filosofiens Värde”  Philosophy’s value, Samtid och Framtid (Stockholm), 2 (Dec 1945), 606-8

On Central Europe, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), (5), 138 (Dec 5 1945), cols.376-80

“How Will They Grow Up?” Picture Post 29, no.13 (Dec 29 1945), 7-9

1946

“Mind and Matter in Modern Science,” The Rationalist Annual, 1946, 13-23

“The Problem of Universals,” Polemic, no.2 (Jan 1946), 21-35

“What Should Now Be Our Policy Towards Germany?” World Review (London), Jan 1946, 19-23

“The One Way Out,” Sunday Pictorial (London), Feb 3 1946, 4

“What Is Democracy?” The Manchester Guardian, May 4 1946, 4  Repr. as a pamphlet

“Should a Scientist Be Free to Tell?”  A debate, Picture Post 31, no.11 (Jun 15 1946), 18

“The Atomic Bomb and the Prevention of War,” Polemic, no. 4 (Jul-Aug 1946), 15-22  Repr. RSN, no.45 (Feb 1985), 1-5

“H.G. Wells: The Man As I Knew Him,” Daily Graphic and Daily Sketch (London), Aug 14 1946, 2

“Soviet Genetics,” The Guardian (London, a Christian weekly), 101 (Oct 18 1946), 496-7

Philosophy for Laymen,” Universities Quarterly (London), 1 (Nov 1946), 38-49  Repr. UE

“Good and Bad,” Polemic no.6 (Nov-Dec 1946), 2-8  Repr. ch.4 HSEP

1947

Review of A.J. Ayer, Language, Truth and Logic, 2nd ed, Horizon 15 (Jan 1947), 71-2

“A Scientist’s Plea for Democracy,” The Listener 37 (Jan 16 1947), 107-8  Repr. “Science and Democracy,” FF

“Dangers of State Power,” The Listener 37 (Feb 13 1947), 281-2

“The Outlook for Mankind,” The Listener 37 (Mar 13 1947), 370-2  Repr. Cockcroft, Atomic Challenge

“A Plea for Clear Thinking,” The Listener 37 (Apr 3 1947), 500  Repr. PfM

Atomic Energy Control, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), (5), 147 (Apr 30 1947), cols.272-6  Repr. RSN, no.49 (Feb 1986), 2-3

“The Faith of a Rationalist,” The Listener 37 (May 29 1947), 826, 836  Repr. in Bertrand Russell on God and Religion; RSN, no. 14 (May 1977), 6-9

“German Recovery: A European Interest,” BBC transcript, The Listener 38 (Oct 2 1947), 565

“Still Time for Good Sense,” '47, The Magazine of the Year (New York), 1, no.9 (Nov 1947), 56-63

1948

“Sin,” Horizon 17 (Jan 1948), 7-15  Repr. pt.1 ch.7 HSEP

“International Government,” The New Commonwealth 9 (Jan 1948), 77-80  Repr. as Towards World Government

“The International Bearings of Atomic Warfare”  Address to Royal Empire Society, United Empire 39 (Jan-Feb 1948), 18-21

“A Period of Dread and Doubt,” The Listener 39 (Feb 5 1948), 211-12  Repr. in Ideas and Beliefs of the Victorians

“The Future of Mankind,” The New Leader (New York), 31, no.10 (Mar 6 1948), 8-9  Repr. UE

“Rewards of Philosophy,” The Listener 39 (Mar 18 1948), 459

“Whitehead and Principia Mathematica,” Mind 57 (Apr 1948), 137-8

“The Outlook for Mankind,” Horizon 17 (Apr 1948), 238-46  Repr. in Connolly, The Golden Horizon

“Toleration,” The Listener 39 (Apr 29 1948), 695-7  Repr. in Ideas and Beliefs of the Victorians

“Reminiscences Of McTaggart,” The Trinity Magazine (Cambridge), Easter Term 1948, 1-2

“Science As a Product of Western Europe,” The Listener 39 (May 27 1948), 865-6  Repr. as “The Nature and Origin of the Scientific Method,” RSN, no.34 (May 1982), 6-8; The Western Tradition, 1949, 1951

“Det Internationella Läget”  On the International Situation, Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), May 30 1948, 5

“Det Marxistiska Giftet”  On Marxism, Samtid och Framtid 5 (Jun-Aug 1948), 299-301

“Förebyggandet Av Krig”  On prevention of War, Dagens Nyheter, Jun 1 1948, 4

“Bertrand Russell Foresees Boredom or Doom in a Scientific World,” United Nations World (New York), 2, no.8 (Sep 1948), 14-16

“The Way of the World,” World Review, Sep 1948, 11-15

“Can Foreign Policy Be Democratic?” American Perspective (Washington, DC), 2 (Sep 1948), 149-54

“Why Fanaticism Brings Defeat,” The Listener 40 (Sep 23 1948), 452-3  Repr. RSN, no.34 (May 1982), 5-6

“The Existence of God”  Debate with Copleston, Humanitas (Manchester), 2, nos.3,4 (Autumn 1948), 2-17  Repr. WNC

“European Culture”  Review of Bowle, The Unity of European History, The Listener 40 (Oct 7 1948), 537

“Public Opinion Polls,” The Listener 40 (Nov 25 1948), 793

“Social Cohesion and Human Nature”  First Reith lecture, The Listener 40 (Dec 30 1948), 991-992, 1,010  Repr. ch. 1 AI

“A Turning-Point in My Life,” The Saturday Book (London), 8 (1948), 142-6

1949

“Atomic Energy and the Problems of Europe,” Address and discussion at Westminster on bombing Russia, The Nineteenth Century and After 145 (Jan 1949), 39-43  Repr. address only The New Leader 32, no.7 (Feb 12 1949), 6-7

“Social Cohesion and Government”  Second Reith lecture, The Listener 41 (Jan 6 1949), 7-9  Repr. ch.2 AI

“The Role of Individuality”  Third Reith lecture, The Listener 41 (Jan 13 1949), 57-9  Repr. ch.3 AI

“Conflict of Technique and Human Nature”  Fourth Reith lecture, The Listener 41 (Jan 20 1949), 97-8, 103  Repr. AI

“Control and Initiative”  Fifth Reith lecture, The Listener, 41 (27 Jan. 1949):137-9  Repr. ch.5 AI

“Individual and Social Ethics”  Sixth Reith Lecture, The Listener 41 (Feb 3 1949), 179-81  Repr. ch.6 AI

“First Sign of Decay”  Science in Russia, News Review (London), 27, no.11 (Mar 17 1949), 10-11

“Einstein and the Theory of Relativity”  BBC transcript, The Listener 41 (Mar 17 1949), 452-3

“The Future of Europe,” European Affairs (London), 1, no.1 (Apr 1949), 3-4

“Unity of Western Culture,” World Review, n.s. no.2 (Apr 1949), 5-8

Review of White, Ethics for Unbelievers, Universities Quarterly 3 (May 1949), 711-12

“Germany’s Generals: Justice or Vengeance?”  War crimes trials, News Review 27, no.21 (May 26 1949), 3-4

“Bertrand Russell Writes for the Daily Graphic on the Life of His Mind,” Daily Graphic and Daily Sketch (London), Jun 1 1949, 4

“Agnosticism v. Atheism,” The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review 64 (Jul 1949), 115-16  Repr. as “Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic?” Bertrand Russell on God and Religion

“Freedom: At the Price of Freedoms,” Leader Magazine 6, no.38 (Jul 23 1949), 24-6

“Ten Years Since the War Began,” The New Leader 32, no.36 (Sep 3 1949), 6-7

“Stalin Declares War on Science”  Review of Langdon-Davies, Russia Puts Back the Clock, Evening Standard (London), Sep 7 1949, 9

“The American Mentality,” News Review 28, no.11 (Sep 15 1949), 7-8  Repr. BRA2

“I Would Tell Stalin,” Leader Magazine 6, no.46 (Sep 17 1949), 26-8

“Towards a New Loyalty,” United Nations World, London, 2 (Oct 1949), 10-12  Repr. RSN, no.61 (Feb 1989), 12-13

“William of Occam: Empiricist and Democrat”  Broadcast transcript, The Listener 42 (Dec 1 1949), 949-51

“Political and Cultural Influence of U.S.A.”  Broadcast transcript, The Listener 42 (Dec 8 1949), 991-3  Repr. BRA2

“Can a Scientific Society Be Stable?” Royal Medical Society lecture, British Medical Journal, no. 4,640 (Dec 10 1949), 1,307-11  Repr. ch.7 The Impact of Science on Society

1950

“Le principe d’individuation,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 55 (Jan-Mar 1950), 1-15  Repr. pt. 4 ch.8 HK

“Logical Positivism,” Revue internationale de philosophic (Brussels), 4 (Jan 1950), 3-19  Repr. LK

“The Next Fifty Years”  Tolerance is needed, European Affairs (London), 1, no. 1 (Jan 1950), 5-7

“The Next Fifty Years,” Illustrated (London), Jan 7 1950, 7-9

“Man of the Half-Century? I Choose Einstein,” Leader Magazine 7, no. 10 (Jan 7 1950), 7-8

“What Went Wrong”  Review of The God That Failed, The Observer (London), Jan 29 1950, 4

“La démocratie politique, peut-elle s’adapter aux problèmes de 1950?” [Is Popular democracy adapted to the problems of 1950?] Politique étrangère (Paris) 15, no. 1 (Feb-Mar 1950), 5-13

“Is a World State Still Possible?”  Broadcast transcript, The Listener 43 (Feb 23 1950), 326-7

“Is a Third World War Inevitable?” United Nations World, no. 3 (Mar 1950), 11-3

“The Intellectual Error of Communism”  Review of The God That Failed, World Review, n.s. no. 13 (Mar 1950), 40-5

“The Science To Save Us From Science,” The New York Times, Mar 19 1950, sec. 6, pp. 9, 31-3  Repr. Martin Gardner, Great Essays in Science, 1957

“En Filosof Spørger: Hvad Er Man Pligt?” [A Philosopher Asks: What Ought One to Do?]  In Danish, Fremtiden (Copenhagen) 5, no. 6 (Jun 1950), 22-7

“George Orwell,” World Review, n.s. no.16 (Jun 1950), 5-7  Repr. Howe, ed., Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four

“Crime and the Community”  Broadcast transcript, The Listener 43 (1 Jun 1950), 939, 953

“Can We Afford to Keep Open Minds?” The New York Times, Jun 11 1950, sec. 6, pp. 9, 37-9   Repr. Ohlsen and Hammond, eds., From Paragraph to Essay

“Bertrand Russell’s Blueprint for Australia’s Future”  Broadcast transcript, Daily Telegraph, Sydney, Jun 26 1950, 6  Repr. RSN, no. 51 (Aug 1986), 14-7

“Only Birth Control Will Check Over-Population,” Lecture report, Daily Telegraph, Jun 27 1950, 6  Repr. (full text revised) ch. 5 New Hopes for a Changing World

“Belief in Man’s Omnipotence Is Delusion Which Creates Dictators”  Broadcast transcript, Daily Telegraph, Jul 3 1950, 6  Repr. RSN, no. 55 (Aug 1987), 10-1

“How the Races Could Live Side by Side,” Lecture report, Daily Telegraph, Jul 4 1950, 8  Repr. (full text) ch. 12 New Hopes for a Changing World

“Communist Fanaticism Is the Chief Threat to Peace Today”  Lecture report, Daily Telegraph, Jul 6 1950, 6  Repr. full text ch. 13 New Hopes for a Changing World

“A World Split in Two”  Broadcast transcript, Daily Telegraph, Jul 10 1950, 6  Repr. RSN, no. 52 (Nov 1986), 4-5

“We and U.S. Can Lead and Help Asian People,” Daily Telegraph, Jul 13 1950, 8

“Intelligent Democracy Can Create a Good World”  Broadcast transcript, Daily Telegraph, Jul 17 1950, 8  Repr. RSN, no. 53 (Feb 1987), 2-4

“Science Can Help Australia Support More People,” Daily Telegraph, Jul 21 1950, 8

“Bertrand Russell Tells Us What Communism Is,” The Argus (Melbourne), Jul 31 1950, 2

“Private Monopoly Is Bane of Capitalism,” The Argus, Aug 1 1950, 2

“The Atom, World Hatreds, and You,” The Argus, Aug 2 1950, 1

“Greater Democracy Is Socialism’s Purpose,” The Argus, Aug 2 1950, 2

“Land With a Future for Ambitious Youth,” Daily Telegraph, Aug 23 1950, 8

“I Leave Your Shores With More Hope for Man”  Broadcast transcript, Daily Telegraph, Aug 24 1950, 8  Repr. RSN, no. 54 (May 1987), 2-3

“If We Are to Survive This Dark Time,” New York Times, Sep 3 1950, sec.6, pp.5, 17-8  Repr. BW

“The Key to Culbertson,” The Saturday Book 10 (1950), 81-5

“Happy Australia,” The Observer, Oct 22 1950, 4

“The Kind of Fear We Sorely Need,” The New York Times, Oct 29 1950, sec. 6, pp. 9, 52-5

“Light and Shade of Fifty Years,” London Calling, no. 581 (Nov 9 1950), 12

“Vilka Mänskliga Önskningar Är Politiskt Betydelsefulla?” [What Desires Are Politically Important?] Nobel lecture, Samtid och Framtid (Stockholm) 7 (Dec 1950), 579- 90

“Thoughts on Liberty Then and Now”  Broadcast lecture on Mill, London Calling, no. 585 (Dec 7 1950), 10

“Loquacious Man and His Mind”  Review of J.Z. Young’s Reith Lectures, Doubt and Certainty in Science, The Observer, Dec 24 1950, 4

“To Replace Our Fears With Hope,” The New York Times, Dec 31 1950, sec. 6, pp. 5, 23, 25


* This bibliography is based on A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell by Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, and Sheila Turcon; The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1-15, 29; Yours Faithfully, Bertrand Russell by Ray Perkins, Jr.; Nicholas Griffin’s bibliography in The Cambridge Companion to Bertrand Russell; other reference works, databases and collections of letters; and Russell’s own books and articles.