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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 3  ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS, 1951-1970 (complete)

ABBREVIATIONS: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1, 2, and 3 (ABR1, ABR2, ABR3), Against the Crime of Silence (ACS), Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell (BW), Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation (BRPF), Bertrand Russell’s America, vol. 2 (BRA2), Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, vols. 12, 29 (CPBR12, CPBR29), Collected Stories (CS), Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare (CSNW), Fact and Fiction (FF),Has Man a Future? (HMF), Human Society in Ethics and Politics (HSEP), International War Crimes Tribunal (IWCT), My Philosophical Development (MPD), New Hopes for a Changing World (NHCW), Nightmares of Eminent People (NEP), Portraits from Memory (PfM), Prevent the Crime of Silence (PCS), Russell Society News (RSN), Satan in the Suburbs (SS) Unarmed Victory (UV), War Crimes in Vietnam (WCV), Why I Am Not a Christian (WNC)

1951

“Bernard Shaw,” The Virginia Quarterly Review 27 (winter 1951), 1-7

“What We Should Do Now,” European Digest 1, no.2 (Jan 1951), 37  On preventing war

“My Plan for Peace,” Daily Herald, London, Jan 15 1951, 4  Convince Russia war won’t pay

“To Face Danger Without Hysteria,” The New York Times, Jan 21 1951, sec.6, pp.7, 42, 44-5

“Why America Is Losing Her Allies,” The Wichita Beacon, Feb 5 1951, 1  Repr. BRA2

“What Can I Do?” Mademoiselle 32, no.5 (Mar 1951), 107, 160-2  Role of individual in US

“Hvad Betyder det Enkelte Individ?” Fremtiden (Copenhagen) 6, no.3 (Mar 1951), 7- 9  Three of ten paragraphs reprint material from NYT Sep 3, 1950 article

“Soviet ‘Humor’ Offers a Moral for Us,” The New York Times, Apr 1 1951, sec.6, pp.9, 26  Subtitle: Kremlin Uses Laughter to Produce Hate

“World Sighs with Relief at Firing of Macarthur,” The Daily Compass (New York), Apr 18 1951, 2  Complete text in Wichita Beacon, Apr 22 1951, A9

“What’s Wrong with Americans?” Look 15, no.9 (Apr 24 1951), 34-5. Crane Brinton replies, “Should the British Nag Us?” ibid., May 8 1951, 57-8

“Bertrand Russell on ‘How I Write,’” London Calling, no.607 (May 10 1951), 12  Repr. PfM

“Present Perplexities,” The Listener 45 (May 17 1951), 787-8  Repr. ch.1 NHCW

“Are These Moral Codes Out of Date?” Evening Standard (London), May 22 1951 9  Repr. BRA2  Review of Albert Ellis, The Folklore of Sex

“Obsolete Ideas,” The Listener 45 (May 24 1951), 822-3  Repr. (revised) ch.16 NHCW  Their danger

“The Modern Mastery of Nature,” The Listener 45 (May 31 1951),  881, 883  Repr. (revised) chs.2,3 NHCW

“How to Grow Old,” Family Doctor (London) 1 (Jun 1951), 124-5  Repr. PfM

“The Limits of Human Power,” The Listener 45 (Jun 7 1951), 911-12  Repr. ch.4 NHCW

“Conflict and Unification,” The Listener 45 (Jun 14 1951), 954-5  Repr. ch. 4 NHCW

“The Achievement of Harmony,” The Listener 45 (Jun 21 1951), 984-5  Repr. ch.21 NHCW

“Ludwig Wittgenstein,” Mind 60 (Jul 1951), 297-8

“China and History,” The Saturday Review of Literature 34, no.31 (Aug 4 1951), 39  Repr. RSN, no.50 (May 1986), 5

“Prof. Gilbert Murray Honoured,” The Manchester Guardian, Sep 12 1951, 10  Tribute

“Are Human Beings Necessary?” Everybody’s Weekly (London), Sep 15 1951, 13  Discussion of Norbert Wiener, The Human Use of Human Beings

“Competition and Co-Operation in Politics and Economics,” Progress (Unilever Ltd.), 42, no.232 (autumn 1951), 13-16  Repr. (with omissions) The People (London), Oct 28 1951, 4

Denies Categorization as a “Humanist,” The Humanist 11 (Oct 1951), 199  Repr. RSN, no.13 (Feb 1977), 12

“British Philosopher Calls for Development of New Beliefs to Fit Techniques,” New York Herald Tribune, Oct 28 1951, sec.9, pp.16, 18  Repr. Balancing Moral Responsibility and Scientific Progress, 1951

“Democracy and the Teachers,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 30 1951, 6, 8  Repr. BRA2

“L’éducation sexuelle est souhaitable,” Science et vie (Paris) 80 (Nov 1951), 303  Contribution to a symposium from a letter in English to J. Dauven

“My Faith in the Future,” John O’London’s Weekly 60 (Nov 9 1951), 706

“The Corsican Ordeal of Miss X,” Go (London), n.s. no.5 (Dec 1951-Jan 1952), 69-74, 76-7  Repr. SS

“The Best Answer to Fanaticism: Liberalism,” The New York Times, Dec 16 1951, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 9, 40-2  Repr. ABR3, 60-1

“The Narrow Line,” New York Herald Tribune, Dec 16 1951, sec.7 (“Magazine”), pp. 7, 22, 35  Facing communism with neither appeasement nor bellicosity

1952

“The Road to Happiness,” The Listener 47 (Jan 31 1952), 177-8  Repr. PfM

“Is America in the Grip of Hysteria?” The New Leader 35, no.9 (Mar 3 1952), 23  Repr. (with omissions) BRA2, ch.4

“How Fanatics Are Made,” The Observer (London), Mar 23 1952, 4  Review of Talmon, The Origins of Totalitarian Democracy, Eric Hoffer, The True Believer

“Advice to Those Who Want To Attain 80,” The New York Times, May 18 1952, sec.6 (“Magazine”), p.13

“The Next Eighty Years,” The Observer, 18 May 1952, p. 4  Repr. RSN, no.67 (Aug 1990), 13

“Reflections on My Eightieth Birthday,” The Listener 47 (May 22 1952), 823-4  Repr. PfM

“The American Way (a Briton Says) Is Dour,” The New York Times, Jun 15 1952, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 12, 30  Repr. BRA2; RSN, no.52 (Nov 1986), 7

“Academic Freedom in America and Britain,” The University of Chicago Round Table, no.743 (Jun 22 1952), 1-11  Transcript of radio discussion

Alfred North Whitehead, The Listener 48 (Jul 10 1952), 51-2  Repr. (revised) PfM; ABR1 ch.3

Maynard Keynes and Lytton Strachey, The Listener 48 (Jul 17 1952), 97-8  Repr. ABR1 ch.3

D. H. Lawrence, The Listener 48 (Jul 24 1952), 135-6  Repr. PfM; ABR2

“Completely Married,” The Listener 48 (Jul 31 1952), 177-8  Repr. PfM; ABR1  On Sidney and Beatrice Webb

“Three Essentials for a Stable World,” The New York Times, Aug 3 1952, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 11, 53 Repr. FF

“The Next Eighty Years,” The Saturday Review of Literature 35, no.32 (Aug 9 1952), 8-9, 48-9  Repr. RSN, no.51 (Aug 1986), 5-7

“‘The Faultless Max’ at 80,” The New York Times, Aug 24 1952, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 18-19, 41  Max Beerbohm

“As School Opens: The Educators Examined,” The New York Times, Sep 7 1952, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp.9, 44-5

“Reason and Passion,” The Listener 48 (Sep 25 1952), 495-6  Repr. (with omissions) HSEP

“The Medieval Mind of Gandhi,” Institute of Social Studies 1, nos.7-8 (autumn-winter 1952), 73, 80; 88-9  Edited transcript of 1944 lecture

“Britain Can Lead Europe to Equality with America,” European and Atlantic Digest 2, no.4 (autumn 1952), 3-6  Repr. English Digest 41, no.3 (Feb 1953), 57

“Stalin’s Biggest Problem,” The Sunday Times, Nov 9 1952, 5  Review of Mehnert, Stalin versus Marx

“Mahatma Gandhi,” The Atlantic Monthly 190, no.6 (Dec 1952), 35-9  Repr. Bertrand Russell on God and Religion; RSN, no.67 (Aug 1990), 5-8

“How To Be Happy In 1953,” Sunday Graphic (London), Dec 28 1952, 2  Repr. United Nations World (New York), 7 (Jan 1953), 12-15, 63; (with omissions) Science Digest (Chicago), 33, no.4 (Apr 1953), 1-5; English Digest 42, no.2 (May 1953), 58-9

1953

“What Shall We Teach Our Children?” News Chronicle (Manchester & London), Jan 5 1953, 4

“Young People in a Changing Civilisation,” Picture Post 58, no.2 (Jan 10 1953), 5-7

“The Infra-Redioscope, Daily Mail (London), Jan 12-16 1953, pp. 6, 6; 6, 4, 6  Repr. SS

“De Vrijheid is Drieërlei,” Elseviers Weekblad (Amsterdam) 9, no.5 (Jan 31 1953), 5

“The Cult of ‘Common Usage,’” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 3 (Feb 1953), 303-7  Repr. PfM; BW

“Where I Disagree With Mr. Toynbee,” The Sunday Times (London), Feb 15 1953, 6  Review of Toynbee, The World and the West

“Education’s Place in a New Age,” Saturday Night (Toronto) 68, no.22 (Mar 7 1953), 1, 7-8  Repr. FF

“The Idea of Progress,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 14 1953, 4  Repr. Manchester Guardian Weekly, Mar 19 1953, 11  Review Ginsberg, The Idea of Progress: a Revaluation

“‘G’ Is For Gobbledegook,” New York Herald Tribune, Apr 12 1953, sec. 7 (“Magazine”), 23, 64  Repr. CS

“Looking Backward: To the 1950’s,” The New York Times, Apr 26 1953, sec. 6 (“Magazine”), pp. 12, 58-9  Repr. CS

“Benefit of Clergy,” Harper’s Bazaar 87, no.6 (Jun 1953), 86-7, 124, 130  Repr. CS

“The Crisis of Our Time,” The Sunday Times, Jun 28 1953, 5  Review of Strausz-Hupé, The Estrangement of Modern Man

“Are the World’s Troubles Due to Decay of Faith?” El Nacional, Caracas, Aug 3 1953, 75  Repr. HSEP

“Cambridge in the Eighteen-Nineties,” The Listener 50 (Aug 20 1953), 307-8  Repr. PfM

“Cambridge Friendships,” The Listener 50 (Aug 27 1953), 337-8  Repr. PfM; ABR1

“Bernard Shaw, the Admirable Iconoclast,” The Listener 50 (Sep 3 1953), 380-1  Repr. PfM

“H.G. Wells: Liberator of Thought,” The Listener 50 (Sep 10 1953), 417-18  Repr. PfM

“Joseph Conrad,” The Listener 50 (Sep 17 1953), 462-3  Repr. PfM

“George Santayana,” The Listener 50 (Sep 24 1953), 503, 511  Repr. PfM

“What Would Help Mankind Most?” The New York Times, Sep 27 1953, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 10, 47-9  Repr. BW

“Technics and Totalitarianism,” Encounter (published for the Congress for Cultural Freedom, London) 1, no.2 (Nov 1953), 75-7  Review of Leonard Woolf, Principia Politica

“What Is an Agnostic?” Look 17, no.22 (Nov 3 1953), 96, 98-101  Repr. BW

“A World I’d Like,” The Nation 177 (Nov 7 1953), 367-9  Repr. FF

“Mr. Bowdler’s Family Bliss,” Courier (London) 21, no.5 (Dec 1953), 69-72  Repr. CS

“A Philosophy For Our Time,” London Calling, no. 737 (Dec 17 1953), 8, 18  Repr. PfM

1954

“Do Science and Religion Conflict?” The Journal of the British Astronomical Association 64 (Jan 1954), 94-6  Review of Price, Some Aspects of the Conflict between Science and Religion

“The Danger to Mankind,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 10 (Jan. 1954), 8-9

Atomic Energy and the Future of the World, The Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, c. Jan 1 1954

“The Corroding Effects of Suspicion,” The New York Times, Feb 14 1954, sec.6 (“Magazine”), pp. 7, 55-6

“What next? The Summing Up,” London Calling, no.748 (Mar 4 1954), 10  Life in Britain

“Trotsky’s Tragedy,” The Observer (London), Mar 21 1954, p. 8  Review of Deutscher, The Prophet Armed: Trotsky, 1879-1921

“The Psycho-Analyst’s Nightmare,” Courier (London) 22, no.4 (Apr 1954), 81-7  Repr. NEP

“Saint of Rationalism,” The Observer, Apr 4 1954, 9  Review of Packe, The Life of John Stuart Mill

“Segreti del domain,” Corriere della sera (Milan), Jun 22 1954, 3  Article

“Secrets of Happiness,” Everybody’s Weekly (London), Jun 26 1954, 20-1

Bernard Shaw, The Mark Twain Journal 9, no.4 (summer 1954), 24

“Virtue and the Censor,” Encounter 3, no.10 (Jul 1954), 8-11  Can the censor promote virtue?

“You and Your Work,” Everybody’s Weekly, Jul 3 1954, 18-19

“You and Your Leisure,” Everybody’s Weekly, Jul 10 1954, 28-9

“You and the State,” Everybody’s Weekly, Jul 17 1954, 19, 45

“The Hydrogen Bomb and World Government,” The Listener 52 (Jul 22 1954), 133-4

“The Most Hopeful Road to Peace,” Picture Post 64, no.4 (Jul 24 1954), 13-14

“Reflections on the Re-Awakening East,” Pakistan Quarterly (Karachi) 4, no.3 (Aug 1954), 4-7

“Light versus Heat,” The Observer, Aug 8 1954, 7  Review of A.J. Ayer, Philosophical Essays

“A Study in Futility: H-Bomb Politics,” Saturday Night 69, no.45 (Aug 14 1954), 7-8

“A Prescription for the World,” The Saturday Review 37, no.35 (Aug 28 1954), 9-11, 38-40

“How I Write,” The Writer (Richmond, UK), n.s. 14, no.3 (Sep 1954), 4-5

“Knowledge and Wisdom,” The Listener 52 (Sep 9 1954), 390  Repr. PfM

“Birth Control and World Problems,” Crux (Oxford) 9, no.1 (autumn 1954), 4, 6

“The Queen of Sheba’s Nightmare,” Argosy 15, no.10 (Oct 1954), 11-16  Repr. NEP

“1948 Russell vs. 1954 Russell,” The Saturday Review 37, no. 42 (Oct 16 1954), 25-6  Two Russell letters, from 1948 and 1954, written on preventative war with the USSR

“What Neutrals Can Do to Save the World,” Britain To-day, no.223 (Nov 1954), 6-10  Repr. FF

“Un Filosofo di Buon Cuore,” Corriere delta sera (Milan), Nov 2 1954  On J. S. Mill

“A Sage’s Table-Talk,” The Sunday Times, Nov 14 1954, 6  Review of Lucien Price, Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead

“Will Marriage Survive?” Everybody’s Weekly, Dec 25 1954, 10-11

“Man’s Peril from the Hydrogen Bomb,” The Listener 52 (Dec 30 1954), 1,135-6  Repr. PfM; BW

“Religionen och Sanningskravet,” Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), Dec 31 1954, 4  Repr. as pt.1 of “Can Religion Cure Our Troubles?” WNC; BW

1955

“A Statement for the New Year,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 11 (Jan 1955), 4

“What Will Happen to Liberty?” Everybody’s Weekly (London), Jan 1 1955, 9-10

“Kan Kristendomen Bota Världens Bekymmer?” Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), Jan 2 1955, 4  Repr. as pt. 2 of “Can Religion Cure Our Troubles?” WNC; BW

“What Power Will Britain Have?” Everybody’s Weekly, Jan 8 1955, 20, 33

“Will Your Children Have This Kind of Education?” Everybody’s Weekly, Jan 15 1955, 18-19

“Influence of John Stuart Mill,” The Times (London), Jan 20 1955, 11

“Philosophers and Idiots,” The Listener 53 (Feb 10 1955), 247, 249  Repr. as “Some Philosophical Contacts,” PfM

“Promoting Virtuous Conduct,” The Observer (London), Feb 20 1955, 6

“No Victory in H-Bomb War,” The Statesman (New Delhi and Calcutta), Feb 25 1955, 1, 7

“Why I Took to Philosophy,” London Calling, no.800 (Mar 3 1955), 9  Repr. PfM; BW

“A Pacifist in Wartime,” London Calling, no.802 (Mar 17 1955), 10  Repr. PfM; ABR2 ch.1

“Can the Liberal Survive?” The Saturday Review 38, no.12 (Mar 19 1955), 22, 35

“War and the Pursuit Of Peace,” London Calling, no.803 (Mar 24 1955), 8  Repr. (revised) as “From Logic to Politics,” PfM

“A Philosophy of My Own,” London Calling, no.804 (Mar 31 1955), 10  Repr. as “Beliefs: Discarded and Retained,” PfM

“So I Go On Writing Books,” London Calling, no.805 (Apr 7 1955), 10  Repr. as “Hopes: Realized and Disappointed,” PfM

“Albert Einstein,” The Observer, Apr 24 1955, 8

“The Greatness of Albert Einstein,” The Listener 53 (Apr 28 1955), 745-6  Repr. Gardner, Great Essays in Science

“Marxism and Russia,” The Observer, May 8 1955, 16  Review of Deutscher, Heretics and Renegades

“The Choice Is Ours,” The Nation 180 (Jun 18 1955), 515-17  Repr. Johnson, Logic and Rhetoric, 1962

“Texts of Scientists’ Appeal for Abolition of War,” The New York Times, Jul 10 1955, 25  Repr. in full CPBR28

“Is the Nightmare Ending?” News Chronicle (Manchester and London), Jul 19 1955, 4  On what can be hoped from Big-4 conference

“The Mind of Robert Oppenheimer,” The New Republic 133, no. 21 (Nov 21 1955), 25-6  Review of Oppenheimer, The Open Mind

“China, Geen Oord voor Tyrannen,” Vrij Nederland (Amsterdam) 16, no.14 (Nov 26 1955), 3

“John Stuart Mill,” Proceedings of the British Academy 41 (1955), 43-59  Repr. PfM

1956

Nuclear Weapons and World Peace, Sangyo Keizai Shimbun (Tokyo), c. Jan 1 1956  In Japanese

“How to Avoid a Nuclear War,” Everybody’s Weekly (London), Jan 21 1956, 9-11

“Faith Without Illusion,” The Sunday Times (London), Jan 29 1956, 6  Review of Memoirs of Michael Karolyi

“The Marxist Fraud,” News Chronicle (Manchester and London), Mar 26 1956, 4  Repr. as “Why I Am Not a Communist” PfM; BW

“A Dispute in Pravda on Disarmament,” The Current Digest of the Soviet Press 8, no.13 (May 9 1956), 8-10

“A Great English Historian,” London Calling, no.861 (May 3 1956), 8  Broadcast transcript

“Philosophical Analysis,” The Hibbert Journal 54 (Jul 1956), 320-9  Repr. MPD  Review of J.O. Urmson, Philosophical Analysis: Its Development between the Two World Wars

“In the Company of Cranks,” The Saturday Review, 39, no. 32 (Aug 11 1956):7-8  Repr. as “Cranks” FF; CS; RSN, no.68 (Nov 1990), 1-2

“Nuclear Weapons Must Not Be Used,” New Times (Moscow) 14, no.39 (Sep 1956), 8-9  Repr. Kapitza, Experiment, Theory, Practice: Articles and Addresses, ed. R.S. Cohen (Reidel, 1980)

“The Story of Colonisation,” London Calling, no.879 (Sep 6 1956), 4  Repr. in The Story of Colonization; FF  Introduction to series of twelve talks by historians on colonization

Human Intelligence and Genius, L’Age nouveau, no. 98 (Oct 1956), 68  Written interview; Russell answers each question with “oui” or “non”

“State of Civil Liberties in USA,” Daily Worker (New York), Oct 30 1956, 6-7  Repr. BRA2; RSN, no.30 (Feb 1986), 4-5

1957

“Do Men Survive Death?” The Sunday Times (London), Jan 13 1957, p. 10 Repr. The Great Mystery of Life Hereafter

“The State 0f US Civil Liberties,” The New Leader 40, no.7 (Feb 18 1957), 16-18  Reply to Norman Thomas

“Every Nation Is a Bully at Heart,” Maclean’s Magazine 70, no.5 (Mar 2 1957), 2, 48

“The Importance of Shelley,” London Calling, no.905 (Mar 7 1957), 4.  Repr. FF

“The Romance of Revolt,” London Calling, no.906 (Mar 14 1957), 10  Repr. FF  On Turgenev

“Revolt in the Abstract,” London Calling, no.907 (Mar 21 1957), 12  Repr. FF  On Ibsen

“Disgust and Its Antidote,” London Calling, no.908 (Mar 28 1957), 10  Repr. FF

“The Tests Should Be Stopped,” The New Scientist 1, no. 19 (Mar 28 1957), 24-5  Repr. Pirie, Fall Out

Review of Sharp, Was Justice Done? The Rosenberg-Sobell Case, The University of Chicago Law Review 24 (spring 1957), 588-92  Repr. BRA2

“An Education in History,” London Calling, no.909 (Apr 4 1957), 6  Repr. FF

“The Pursuit of Truth,” London Calling, no.910 (Apr 11 1957), 14  Repr. FF  Mathematics

“Logic and Ontology,” The Journal of Philosophy 54 (Apr 25 1957), 225-30  Repr. MPD  Review of Warnock, “Metaphysics in Logic,” Essays in Conceptual Analysis, ed. Flew

“Hope and Fear,” Everybody’s Weekly London), May 18 1957, 9, 27

“Mr. Strawson on Referring,” Mind 66 (Jul 1957), 385-9  Repr. MPD

“Three Reasons Why They Dislike Us,” The New York Times, Sep 8 1957, sec. 6 (“Magazine”), pp. 20, 115  Anti-Americanism

“Now That the Big Stick Is Out,” News Chronicle (Manchester and London), Oct 11 1957, 4  Future international politics

“Can Scientific Man Survive?” The Sunday Times, Nov 10 1957, 14  On the Sputnik Satellites

“Open Letter to Eisenhower and Khrushchev,” New Statesman, 54 (23 Nov. 1957):638  Repr. with Khrushchev reply and Russell rejoinder, BW; BRA2

“Just One Bomb and One Hothead,” Oxford Mail, Dec 17 1957, 4. Repr. “World Government or World Annihilation?” Toronto Daily Star, Feb 22 1958, 12-13

1958

“East-West Negotiations,” British-Soviet Friendship, Jan 1958, 2  The way to agreement

“What Is Mind?” The Journal of Philosophy 55 (Jan 2 1958), 5-12  Repr. MPD  Review of Ryle, The Concept of Mind

“The Two Visions,” The Montreal Star, Jan 3 1958, 11  Repr. The Observer (London), Jan 5 1958, 8; New York Herald Tribune, Jan 6 1958, sec.2, p.4

“Russell Speaks,” Newsweek 51, no.3 (Jan 20 1958), 66  Wide-ranging interview

The Divorce of Science and Culture,” The UNESCO Courier 11, no.2 (Feb 1958), 4  Repr. in School and Society 86 (Jun 21 1958), 282-3; RSN, no.24 (Nov 1979), 11

“Voltaire’s Influence on Me,” Studies on Voltaire and the 18th Century 6 (1958), 157-62

“The World and the Observer,” The Listener 59 (Feb 6 1958), 223-6  Repr. ch.2 MPD

“Bertrand Russell Writes a Postscript to His Portraits from Memory,” Readers News 20, no.245 (Mar 1958), 2-3

Review of Glanville Williams, The Sanctity of Life and the Criminal Law, Stanford Law Review 10 (Mar 1958), 382-5  On artificial insemination, abortion and euthanasia

Science and Coexistence, International Affairs (Moscow), no.3 (Mar 1958), 42

Message on Nuclear Disarmament, Backwards (Goldsmith’s College, University of London), Mar 1958, 1  Mimeographed student magazine

”Why I Have Changed My Mind,” News Chronicle (Manchester and London), Mar 21 1958, 4  Repr. App. 2, CSNW; RSN, no. 60 (May 1990), 24  Did Russell once urge war on USSR?

“An Answer to Mr. Marseille,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 14 (Apr 1958), 144-6

“Choice in Nuclear Arms Race: Either Disarmament or Disaster,” The Globe and Mail (Toronto), Apr 3 1958, 7  Speech

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” New Statesman 55 (Apr 5 1958), 426-7  Repr. The Vital Letters of Russell, Krushchev, Dulles, 1958  Reply to Khrushchev and Dulles

World Government, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), (5), 209 (May 14 1958), cols. 332-6

“Mankind versus the H-Bomb,” International Journal (Toronto) 13 (summer 1958), 175-8

“World Communism and Nuclear War,” The New Leader 41, no.21 (May 26 1958), 9-10  Repr. in Hook, Political Power and Personal Freedom, 1959  Reply to Sidney Hook

“Aufruf an die Europäischen Intellektuellen,” Die Kultur 6, (Jun 15 1958), 2  Appeal to European intellectuals to oppose nuclear weapons

“Views on Nuclear Disarmament,” United Nations News (London) 13, no.3 (Jul-Sep 1958), 5-6

“Mathematical Infinity,” “Infinity,” Mind 67 (Jul 1958), 385  Reply to Emmet

“Freedom to Survive,” The New Leader 41, no.27 (Jul 7 1958), 23-5 Repr. Hook, Political Power and Personal Freedom, 1959  Reply to Hook rejoinder

“Progress,” The Observer, Jul 20 1958, 21  Letter on C.P. Snow article

“Progress and the Bomb,” The Observer, Jul 27 1958, 2  Letter replying to C.P. Snow letter

“Out of the Pursuit of Good Came Evil,” Toronto Daily Star, Aug 2 1958, 28  Review of Jungk, Brighter than a Thousand Suns, on atomic scientists

“Let’s Stay Off the Moon,” Maclean’s Magazine 71, no.18 (Aug 30 1958), 7, 45-6

“The Dangers of Nuclear Warfare,” Fifteen Nations, no.7 (Oct 1958), 63-5

“My Philosophical Development,” Maclean’s Magazine 57, no.1 (Oct 1958), 2-8  Repr. ch.1,17 MPD

1959

“My Plan to End Nuclear War Race,” Reynolds News and Sunday Citizen (London), 11, 18, 25 Jan 11,18,25 1959, pp. 8, 8, 10  Repr. in CSNW

Nuclear Disarmament, Parliamentary Debates (Lords), (5), 214 (Feb 11 1959), cols. 97-102

“The Influence and Thought of G. E. Moore,” The Listener 61 (Apr 30 1959), 755-6  Repr. Trinity College, Cambridge, Annual Report, 1958-59, 38-9

“Pressured to Lie,” Today’s Verdict in the Case of Morton Sobell (New York), no.5 (Jul 1959), 3

“The Expanding Mental Universe,” The Saturday Evening Post 232, no.3 (Jul 18 1959), 24, 91-3  Repr. BW

“Snobbery,” Encounter 13, no.71 (Aug 1959), 71  On C.P. Snow June Encounter article “Two Cultures”

“Planetary Effulgence,” New Statesman 58 (Sep 5 1959), 272  Repr. FF

“Khrushchev Has Inaugurated a New Period of Peaceful Cooperation,” New Times 17, no.41 (Oct 1959), 6

“Russell Tells of Need for World Authority,” New York Journal-American, Oct 2 1959, 4  Russell speech

“V Silakh Lyudei Sozdat Khorozhie Mir,” Ogonek, no.1,690 (Nov 1 1959), 8

“Mir Bez Oruzhiia. 196_ God Now Obraz Mysley,” Literaturnaia Gazeta (Moscow), Dec 12 1959, 4

“Dare We Disarm?” John Bull 106, no.2,783 (Dec 19 1959), 9-10, 24

1960

“The Great Intrusion: Democracy in Higher Education,” Brown Alumni Monthly, Providence, R.I., 60, no. 4 (Jan. 1960):8-10  Repr. FF; RSN, no.55 (Aug 1987), 11-13

“Thoughts on the New Year,” New Times 18, no.1 (Jan 1 1960), 3-4

“The Possible Future of Mankind,” Harper’s Bazaar 93 (Jan 1960), 122-3  Repr. ch.13 Bertrand Russell Speaks His Mind, 1960  Interview with Woodrow Wyatt, MP

“The Social Responsibilities of Scientists,” Science 131 (Feb 12 1960), 391-2  Repr. FF

“4 Minute Madness,” Sunday Dispatch (London), Feb 28 1960, 10  If nuclear war should come

“The Issue of Nuclear Testing,” New York Post, Mar 6 1960, p. M10  Abridged transcript of Russell-Teller debate

“Report With an X-Certificate,” Sunday Dispatch, Mar 13 1960, 10  After the first 4 minutes

“Notes on Philosophy, January 1960,” Philosophy 35 (Apr 1960), 146-7  Reply to 3 articles about Russell

“Nado Proyavyt Dobruyu Volyu,” Ogonek, Moscow, no.1,716 (May 8 1960), 6  In Russian

“Peace? And Freedom?” The New Leader 43, no.19 (May 9 1960), 13-14  Reply to Sidney Hook

Praises Nehru in issue devoted to Nehru, Wisdom 34 (Jun 1960), 2

“The Case for Neutralism,” The New York Times, Jul 24 1960, sec. 6, 10, 35-6  Repr. FF

“Saving World from Brink of Nuclear War,” The Hindu (Madras), Jul 24 1960, 1, 111  Repr. (lecture only) FF; (lecture plus intro) RSN, no.25 (Feb 1980), 12-14

“Edenstvennyi Put,” Izvestiia (Moscow), Sep 20 1960, 3  Benefits of ending the arms race

“Prospects of Mankind,” The Listener 64 (Oct 6 1960), 543-8  Repr. Theobald, Britain in the Sixties, 1961, 161-78  Discussion of British defence policy with Eleanor Roosevelt and others

“Bertrand Russell Tells Why British Labor Voted to Renounce the Bomb,” I. F. Stone’s Weekly 8, no.39 (Oct 31 1960), 1-3

“The Russell-Scott Call for Non-Violent Resistance,” Peace News, no. 1,271 (Nov 4 1960), 6  Repr. as pamphlet, Act or Perish; ABR3

“Hostility Not Only Wicked, But Silly,” Los Gatos Times / Saratoga Observer, Nov 17 1960, 1-2

1961

“Polaris,” Peace Campaign, Jan-Feb 1961, 5

“Approaches to Disarmament,” Post War World Council Newsletter, Jan 1961, 2-4  Repr. Peace News, no. 1,287 (Feb 24 1961), 9

“The Importance of Disarmament,” International Affairs (Moscow) 7, no.1 (Jan 1961), 83-5

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” Encounter 16, no.2 (Feb 1961), 93  Defends civil disobedience

“Civil Disobedience,” New Statesman 61 (Feb 17 1961), 245-6  Repr.  (full text) RSN, no.48 (Feb 1986), 3-4  Excerpts of CND talk

“Bertrand Russell on Unilateralism,” The New Republic 144, no.10 (Mar 6 1961), 13-14  From a written debate on nuclear pacifism

“Thermonuclear War: Battle of the Experts,” The New Republic 144, no.14 (Apr 3 1961), 17-18  Repr. BRA2  Review of On Thermonuclear War by Herman Kahn and article by N. Talenski

“Differences on Disarmament,” The Guardian, Apr 11 1961, 8

“Sollte Großbritannien Einseitig Abrüsten?” Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik (Cologne) 6 (May 1961), 439-45  Abridgement of Russell’s pamphlet Win We Must

“Human Life Is in Danger,” Protest (Hackney Youth Group CND) 3, no.1 (May 1961), 1516  Repr. FF

“Message to New Zealanders,” New Zealand Rationalist, May-Jun 1961, 5  On nuclear war

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” Encounter 16, no.6 (Jun 1961), 94  Defends unilateral disarmament

“Protest to President,” The Guardian, Jun 6 1961, 7  Repr. (full text) in I.F. Stone’s Weekly 9, no.23 (Jun 19 1961), 3  Excerpt of open letter to Kennedy protesting British Polaris base

“Address to CND Conference,” Pour la paix, no.8 (Jul 1961), 6-13  Repr. ABR3 pp. 139-45  Issued as pamphlet On Civil Disobedience

“A Compromise on Berlin,” Daily Express (London), Sep 27 1961  Short article

“Preface to the First Issue,” Our Generation against Nuclear War 1, no.1 (autumn 1961), 3

“Here’s How to Put on the Brakes,” Today 4, no.86 (Oct 14 1961), 2-4

“Thoughts on the 50-Megaton Bomb,” New Statesman 62 (Nov 3 1961), 638

“Can Man Survive?” The Sunday Times, Nov 5,12 1961, pp. 25-7; 27  Repr. ch. 6-11 HMF

“‘Is Canada Still Puritanical?’ Russell Asks,” Toronto Daily Star, Dec 4 1961, 7  Article

“What Are Humanity’s Chances of Survival?” Toronto Daily Star, Dec 9 1961, 12-13, 15, 23

“Prison Sentences,” Peace News, no. 1,330 (Dec 22 1961), 5  Jailed protesters are political prisoners

1962

“The Misfortune of Being Out-of-Date,” Harper’s Bazaar, no. 3,002 (Jan 1962), 126, 148, 150  Repr. FF  Forecasts future

“Nuclear Disarmament: What I Think,” Labour Monthly 44 (Mar 1962), 123-5  Article

“Global Butchery,” Liberation 7, no.2 (Apr 1962), 5  Trafalgar Square demonstration speech

“For and Against Being 90,” The Observer, May 13 1962, 10  Repr. ABR3, 133-5

“This Great Englishman Bertrand Russell,” Daily Herald (London), May 17 1962, 8  Repr. RSN, no. 71 (Aug 1991), 19  Interview

“Bertrand Russell at 90 Still Fighting On,” The Irish Times (Dublin), May 18 1962, 8  Interview

“Bertrand Russell Contesta a Tierra y Libertad,” Tierra y libertad, Mexico City, no. 229 “extraordinario” (Jun 1962), 10-11  Interview

“Has Man a Future?” Gandhi Marg 6 (Jul 1962), 256-8  Forward to the Swedish edition

“Nuclear Disarmament: What I Think,” The Socialist (Stockholm), no.4 (Jul-Sep 1962), 66-8

“What Are the Few to Do?” Peace News, no.1,370 (Sep 28 1962), 12

“Bertrand Russell’s Message to America,” National Guardian (New York) 15, no.1 (Oct 15 1962), 3

“Russell Pleads for End to American Madness,” The Globe and Mail (Toronto), Oct 24 1962, 8  Repr. UV, 39  The Cuban missile crisis

“Earl Russell’s Reply,” The Daily Telegraph, Oct 25 1962  Repr. UV, 39, 47-8  Russell’s cables to Khrushchev and Kennedy

“Mr. Khrushchev Averted War,” The Daily Telegraph, 26 Oct 1962  Statement by Russell

“Can Nuclear War Be Prevented?” New Statesman 64 (Oct 26 1962), 560, 562  Repr. Atlantic Monthly 210, no. 5 (Nov 1962), 65-7

“Statement from Russell,” Peace News, no. 1,374 (Oct 26 1962), 12  Cuban missile crisis; call for demonstrations

“Behold the Burglars, Kennedy Tells Russell,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, Oct 27 1962, A3  Repr. UV  Cuban missile crisis; Russell cables to Kennedy, Castro, and Khrushchev

“Scrap NATO – Russell,” Daily Herald, Oct 29 1962  Repr. (in full) UV, ch. 2 51-2  Excerpted press statement praising Khrushchev for his restraint in the Cuban missile crisis

“Telegrama Bertrana Rassela,” Pravda, Oct 30 1962, 1  Repr. (in English) UV, ch.2, 66-7  Telegram thanking Khrushchev for solving the Cuban missile crisis

“Sanity in the Nuclear Age,” Man and Society (London) 2, no.2 (Nov 1962), 9-10

“China ‘Always Attacked,’ Chou En-Lai Tells Russell,” The Sun (Vancouver), Nov 23 1962, 11; The Observer, Nov 25 1962, 1, 2  Some letters repr. UV  Letters between Russell, Chou En-Lai, and Nehru

“Mass Murder, Systematic Genocide,” The Statesman Week-End Review (Karachi) 8, no.2 (Dec 8 1962), 5  Repr. The Churchman (St. Petersburg, FL) 177, no.3 (Mar 1963), 6; The Texas Observer 55, no.15 (Jun 28 1963), 1  Article

“China: Russell Speaks,” Peace News, no. 1,381 (Dec 14 1962), 9  Sino-Indian border conflict

“Bertrand Russell’s Memorable Message on Getting the ECLC Tom Paine Award,” I.F. Stone’s Weekly 10, no.46 (Dec 17 1962), 4  Repr. BRA2 ch.13; RSN, no. 41 (Feb 1984), 20

“Whole People Enslaved,” The Times, Dec 29 1962  Repr. RSN, no.66 (May 1990), 27  Excerpts from message on Mandela to South Africa anti-apartheid movement

1963

Messages to Kennedy and Khrushchev, Encounter 20, no.112 (Jan 1963), 88, 91  Repr. UV, 39,40,57  Includes leaflet You Are To Die

“Russell’s Appeal to India,” The Statesman Week-End Review (Karachi) 8, no.6 (Jan 5 1963), 3  Repr. UV, ch.3  Article on border dispute

Resigns from Committee of 100, Peace News, no. 1,385 (Jan 11 1963), 12  Repr. Daily Worker (London), Jan 11 1963, 1  Letter

“Concerning Cuba/Messages Concernant Cuba,” Pour la paix (Brussells) 4, nos.14-15 (Jan-Jun 1963), 9-19  Repr. UV ch.2  Telegrams to and from Russell, Kennedy, Macmillan, Gaitskell, Khrushchev, Castro and U Thant during Cuban missile crisis

“Britain Must Lead,” Union Voice, Mar 1963, 3  On nuclear disarmament

Playboy Interview: Bertrand Russell,” Playboy 10, no.3 (Mar 1963), 41-53  Repr. RSN, no.31 (Aug 1981), 5-8

“Obmen Pesmame Mezhdu B. Rasselom U.N.S. Khrushchevim,” Pravda, Mar 1 1963, 1  In English, Jewish Chronicle (London), Mar 8 1963, 1  Letters between Russell and Khrushchev

“Stop the Race Towards Death,” Toronto Daily Star, Mar 23 1963, 18-19  Article on Canada and nuclear arms

“Is Communism a Menace?” The New York Times, Apr 7 1963, sec.6, pp.35, 168-73  Article

“Vietnam Policy Protested,” New York Times, Apr 8 1963, 46  Repr. BRA2, ch.14  Historical letter with editorial response from the NYT on same page

“Russell Repeats Atrocity Charges,” New York Times, Apr 9 1963, 12  Letter, mentions napalm

“From Bertrand Russell,” The Minority of One 5, no.5 (May 1963), 24  Reprints of letters

“Aan de Kant van gezond Staatsmanschap,” De Nieuwe Linie (Amsterdam) 18, no.895 (May 25 1963), 12  Article

“Bertrand Russell on the Sinful Americans,” Harper’s Magazine 226, no.1,357 (Jun 1963), 20-30  Repr. BRA2 ch.13  Exchange of letters with Harper’s editor

“From Bertrand Russell,” The Minority of One 5, no.6 (Jun 1963), 14  Letters and statements

Unarmed Victory,” The Spectator 210 (Jun 28 1963), 834-5  Letter to editor on Robert Conquest review of Unarmed Victory

“Russell Protests,” New Generation, no.12 (Jul-Aug 1963), 2  Article with several letters

“The Letters from Bertrand Russell,” Sekai (Tokyo), Jul 1963  Article contains Russell letters

“Earl Russell Condemns Arms for Iraqis,” Daily Worker (London, Jul 2 1963, 3  Statement

Unarmed Victory,” The Spectator 211 (Jul 5 1963), 12  Letter to editor on UV review

“Chemical Warfare in Vietnam,” The New Republic 149, no.1 (Jul 6 1963), 30-1  Article

“From Bertrand Russell,” Minority of One 5, no.8 (Aug 1963), 9  Repr. BRA2 ch.14  Article

“U.S. Negroes’ Plight,” Globe and Mail (Toronto), Aug 28 1963  Repr. BRA2 ch.17  Statement

“From Bertrand Russell,” The Minority of One 5, no.9 (Sep 1963) 9  Article

“Messages from Lord Russell,” The Hosei Times (Tokyo), 8, no.4 (Sep 1963), 4  Letter and article

“Nightmare of Terror,” Daily Worker (London), Sep 2 1963, 1  Statement on South Africa

“Peace Foundations Launched,” The Times, Sep 30 1963, 8; full text Peace News, no. 1,423 (Oct 4 1963) “From Bertrand Russell,” The Minority of One 5, no.10 (Oct 1963), 5-7  Article

“Sequel to the Test-Ban Treaty?” The Minority of One 5, no.11 (Nov 1963), 27-8  Article

“The Menace to Human Survival,” Frontier 15, no.1 (Nov 1963), 9-10  Article

“Russell’s Statement,” Peace News, no.1,431 (Nov 29 1963), 4  On Kennedy assassination

“Will Man Survive?” The Minority of One 5, no.12 (Dec 1963), 4-5  Repr. RSN, no.41 (Feb 1984), 27-8  Article

“Negroes Warned by Lord Russell,” The New York Times, Dec 8 1963, 56  Repr. BRA2 ch.17  Report on a memorandum

1964

“The Conflicting Ideologies of East and West,” Playboy 11, no.1 (Jan 1964), 117-18  Repr. RSN, no.60 (Nov 1988), 2

“Post-Kennedy World Outlook,” The Minority of One 6, no.1 (Jan 1964), 4-5  Article

Time: The Weekly Fiction Magazine,” Fact 1, no.1 (Jan-Feb 1964), 5  Repr. The Best of Fact, 1967, 163-4  Article

On the avoidance of World War III, The Donga Ilbo (Seoul), c. Jan 1 1964, 5  Article

“Lord Russell Sends Back Peace Medal,” The Times (London), Jan 8 1964, 14; full text, Peace News, no.1,438 (Jan 17 1964), 3  Statement

“Rethinking for Peace,” The Guardian, Jan 29 1964, 5  Repr (full text) Peace News, no.1,441 (Feb 7 1964), 3  Article

“Scientists and World Peace,” The Minority of One 6, no.2 (Feb 1964), 5  Article

“The Assassination,” The Minority of One 6, no.2 (Feb 1964), 22  Letter

Tribute to Linus Pauling, The Minority of One 6, no.2 (Feb 1964), 14-15  Article

“Stop M.E. Nuclear Race!” New Outlook (Tel Aviv), 7, no.2 (Feb 1964), 2-3  Article

“War in Vietnam,” The Observer, Feb 9 1964, 30  Letter on chemical and gas warfare

“The Bomb Has Blunted Our Moral Sense,” Toronto Daily Star, Feb 22 1964, 11-13  Article

“War and Peace in the Nuclear Age,” Minority of One 6, no.3 (Mar 1964), 18-19  Article

“War and Atrocity in Vietnam,” Views, no.4 (spring 1964), 73-9  Repr. WCV; BRA2  Article

On the Cold War, The Minority of One 6, no.4 (Apr 1964), 16-17  Article

“The American Empire,” The Minority of One 6, no.5 (May 1964), 10  Article

“Kennedy Data,” The Sunday Times, May 31 1964, 18  Letter on Kennedy assassination

“Jawaharlal Nehru 1889-1964,” The Minority of One 6, no.7 (Jul 1964), 12-13  Tribute to Nehru

“Detente or New Entanglements?” The Minority of One 6, no.8 (Aug 1964), 8  Article

Interview, At-Tarik Review (Lebanon), Aug 1964  Answers to questions

On Vietnam peace, The Guardian, Aug 6 1964  Repr. BRA2 ch.18  Press statement excerpt

“Russell Condemns U.S. Vietnam Action,” The New York Times, Aug 8 1964, 3  Repr. BRA2 ch.18  Statement excerpt

“South Vietnam Shot First,” New York Herald Tribune, Aug 23 1964

“16 Questions on the Assassination,” The Minority of One 6, no.9 (Sep 1964), 6-8  Repr. ABR3

“Redbook Dialogue,” Redbook 123, no.5 (Sep 1964), 66-7, 145-9  Repr. RSN, no.37 (Feb 1983), 23-5  Interview

“A Question of Proof,” Evening Standard, Sep 28 1964  Excerpts statement on Warren Report

“Anomalies of the Cold War,” Bent (London), no.1 (Autumn 1964), 11-12  Article

“Who Spawned Goldwater,” American Dialog 1, no.2 (Oct-Nov 1964), 5-6  Article

“Colonialism, Oppression and South Arabia,” The Minority of One 6, no.10 (Oct 1964), 6-7  Article

“Africa Can Stop This Nuclear Madness!” Africa and the World (London) 1, no.1 (Oct 1964), 8-11  Article

“Warren Report Is Not Holy Writ,” Daily Worker (London), Oct 10 1964, 2  Review of Report of the Warren Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

“Tarafsizlik Türkiyeyi tek Basyina Birakmaz,” Cumhuriyet (Ankara), Oct 18 1964, 1,7  Interview

“Open Letter to Pres. Johnson,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Oct 25 1964, 2b  Repr. BRA2 ch.16

“Plea for Students [to be executed in S. Vietnam],” Daily Worker (London), Oct 30 1964, 1

“How Much Democracy Have We in Britain?” The Journal (Birmingham Trades Council), no. 216 (Nov 1964), 1; The Birmingham Sun, Dec 2 1964, 4-5  Article

“Freedom in Iran,” The Minority of One 6, no.2 (Nov 1964), 12-13  Article

“The Cold War and World Poverty,” Africa and the World 1, no.2 (Nov 1964), 7-11  Article

“Lord Russell Attacks Soviet Anti-Semitism,” The Jewish Advocate (London), Nov 5 1964, 1, 17  lengthy excerpt of letter

“Russell Chides U.S. on Vietnam Aims,” The New York Times, Nov 28 1964, 9; Daily Worker (London), Nov 28 1964, 1  Open letter to President Johnson

“Bertrand Russell Asks Africans to Renounce Tshombe,” The Guardian, Nov 30 1964, 9  Excerpts from statement

“Earl Russell,” Compass & Fleet (student paper), no.10 (Dec 1964), 11-15  Interview

“Another Cold War if China Treated as Pariah,” Sanity 2, no.5 (Dec 1964), 4  Article

“Free World Barbarism,” The Minority of One 6, no.12 (Dec 1964), 8-12  Repr. BRA2  Article

“Semantics and the Cold War,” Playboy 11, no.12 (Dec 1964), 175, 206, 251

“War Criminals,” The Daily Telegraph, Dec 1 1964, 14  Letter to West Germany

“Russell’s Advice to World: Stop Hating,” The Sacramento Bee, Dec 20 1964, C1  Article

“A Hearing for Oswald,” The Sunday Times, Dec 20 1964, 8  Letter to editor

1965

“The Ethos of Violence,” The Minority of One 7, no.1 (Jan 1965), 6-7  Repr. BRA2  Article

“India and the Chinese Bomb,” Gandhi Marg 9, no.33 (Jan 1965), 4-5  Symposium talk

“Prospects for Peace, 1965,” British-Soviet Friendship, Jan 1965, 5-6

“The Cold War: A New Phase?” The Minority of One 7, no.2 (Feb 1965), 7-8  Repr. WCV ch.5

“US Has Shocked Mankind,” Daily Worker (London), Mar 27 1965, 2  Repr. WCV  On Vietnam

“The Labor Party’s Foreign Policy,” The Minority of One 7, no.4 (Apr 1965), 15-18  Speech

Need for the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, PazAhora (Buenos Aires), no.1 (Apr 1965), 6

“Prospects of Escalation in Southeast Asia,” The Minority of One 7, no.5 (May 1965), 9

“American Ambition Can Kill Us All,” The Week 3, no.20 (May 20 1965), 19-21; The Minority of One 7, no.8 (Aug 1965), 14-15

“Lord Russell Says US Seeks China War,” The Victoria Daily Times, Jun 29 1965, 29  Excerpt of TV interview

“Bertrand Russell on Vietnam,” Frontier (Los Angeles) 16, no.11 (Sep 1965), 12-13  Article on U.S. policy in Vietnam

“The Los Angeles Negro Rising,” The Week 4, no.10 (Sep 16 1965), 12  Repr. BRA2

“&slquo;India Unwilling to End Aggression,&srquo; Russell,” Pakistan Times (Lahore), Oct 30 1965, 1, 6; Morning News (Dacca), Oct 31 1965; Dawn (Karachi), Oct 31 1965, 6

“America’s Rulers Justify Cruelties Equalling Those of Hitler,” World Outlook 3, no.31 (Oct 29 1965), 30-7  Repr. WCV ch.7  Speech

“Daughter of China,” The Observer, Nov 21 1965, 27  Review of Suyin The Crippled Tree

“The Future of the United Nations,” The Illustrated Weekly of India (Bombay) 86, no.48 (Nov 28 1965), 28  Reply to questions

“Bertrand Russell’s Reply to Premier Chou En-Lai,” Peking Review 8, no.50 (Dec 10 1965), 9  Letter

“Let Us Join Together to Resist US Imperialism,” Peking Review 8, no.50 (Dec 10 1965), 9-11  Repr. BRA2; WCV ch.7  Article

“Lord Russell on Kashmir,” The Statesman Week-End Review (Karachi) 2, no.4 (Dec 25 1965), 3  Repr. (full text) Frontier 17, no.4 (Feb 1966), 26-7  Excerpt of article

1966

“Un Secondo Tribunals Per I Crimini di Guerra?” Il paese oggi (Rome), 3 (Mar 1966), 8-9  On new war crimes tribunal, in Italian

“Background to Tashkent,” Morning News (Karachi), Mar 23 1966, supp., 1  Article

“A Century of General Civil War,” The Minority of One 8, no.4 (Apr 1966), 19

“The ‘Yellow Peril,’” The Minority of One 8, no.5 (May 1966), 9  China and U.S. tensions

“The Only Honorable Policy in Vietnam,” The Minority of One 8, no.6 (Jun 1966), 12-13  Repr. WCV ch.9

“The Economics of Hunger,” Inheritance (Journal of the Oxfam Youth Federation), no.3 (Jul 1966), 25-8  Article

Speech on Vietnam Solidarity Campaign, Vietnam Solidarity Bulletin 1, no. 4 (Jul 1966), 2-5  Repr. WCV ch.2

“An Appeal to the American Conscience,” World Outlook, 4, no. 22 (Jul 1 1966), 26-32  Repr. WCV ch.12  Announcement of International War Crimes Tribunal (IWCT)

“Pakistan’s Independent Policy,” Morning News (Karachi), Aug 14 1966, supp.1, 11  Article

“The Conscience of Mankind,” Vietnam Solidarity Bulletin 1, no.5 (Sep 1966), 1, 6; National Guardian, Oct 8 1966  Postscript of Jul 1 1966 “Appeal”

“An Exclusive Interview with Lord Bertrand Russell,” The Forum (published by the Political Science Forum, University of Victoria), 1, no.1 (Sep 12 1966), 2  Written replies to questions

“American Murder Über Alles,” Marcha, no. 1,323 (Sep 30 1966), 3-6  In Spanish

“Yankee No!” Cavalier (Los Angeles), 16, no.12 (Oct 1966), 62-3  Repr. WCV ch.8

“Bertrand Russell’s Appeal to Negro Soldiers in Vietnam,” World Outlook 4, no.31 (Oct 14 1966), 27-8

“Le Tribunal,” Le Monde, Oct 15 1966, 2  Article

“Four Questions and Lord Russell’s Replies,” Toronto Daily Star, Oct 21 1966, 7

“Mensaje a los Pueblos de Tercer Mundo,” Marcha, no. 1,330 (Nov 18 1966), 23  Criticism of U.S. policies in the 3rd World

“Russell’s Statement on War Crimes Tribunal,” National Guardian, Dec 3 1966; The New York Times, Feb 19 1967, sec. 6, pp. 24, 55-68; Playboy 15, no.3 (Mar 1968), 83, 100, 135-39

Cable to Hanoi, International War Crimes Tribunal Bulletin, no.1 (Dec 15 1966), 3, 5

“Bertrand Russell’s Answers to Questions from Kyodo News Service,” International War Crimes Tribunal Bulletin, no.1 (Dec 15 1966), 9-11; World Outlook 5 (Feb 10 1967), 167-8

1967

“The Western Press and U.S. Crimes,” World Outlook 5 (Feb 24 1967), 201-4  Article

Remarks from an interview, The Observer, Mar 12 1967, “Magazine,” 6-16  Includes excerpts from ABR

“Negotiations or Withdrawal: Which Way to Peace in Vietnam?” Morning News (Karachi), Mar 22 1967, 30

“Russell Condemns U.S. Brutality,” The Daily Telegraph, May 3 1967, 25; World Outlook 5 (May 12 1967), 482  Repr. ACS, 49-51  Long excerpt of IWCT opening statement

“Johnson Likadan som Hitler!” Expressen (Stockholm), May 6 1967, 14  Interview

“Final Address by Bertrand Russell to Tribunal,” Foundation Bulletin, nos. 12-13 (Jun 1 1967), 1-3; World Outlook 5 (Jun 2 1967), 581-2  Repr. ACS, 310-12; PCS

“Tribunalen,” Aftonbladet (Stockholm), Nov 24 1967, 4  Substantial interview

“Genocide Finding by Russell Tribunal,” The Times, Dec 2 1967, 5  Repr. (full text) ACS  From statement to Tribunal

“U.S. Aggression in Vietnam a ‘Pure Crime of Conquest,’” World Outlook 5 (Dec 8 1967), 1,009-10  Repr. ACS  Opening message to Copenhagen IWCT

1968

“Bertrand Russell,” Shell (Reading U. student paper), no.293 (Mar 1 1968), 5  On Vietnam

“Nato Forever?” New Statesman 75 (Mar 15 1968), 329  Article

“Bertrand Russell on the War,” Voice, May Day 1968, 3

“Inside the Shah’s Prisons,” London Bulletin, no. 6 (autumn 1968), 51-4

1969

“Labour’s Goldwater,” Tribune (London), Nov 28 1969, 1  Repr. PCS, 381-2

1970

Message to Feb 1970 parliamentarian conference and Russell’s last public statement, excerpted Toronto Daily Star, Feb 4 1970, full text The New York Times, Feb 23 1970, 21

“On American Violence,” Ramparts 8, no.9 (Mar 1970), 55-7  Repr. BRA2  Written in 1969

“Bertrand Russell’s Political Testament,” Black Dwarf 14, no.37 (Sep 5 1970), 7-10  Repr. RSN, no.46 (May 1985), 4-11  Text of December 8 1969 Schoenman memorandom


* 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.