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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 5  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, PRESS STATEMENTS, 1904-1970 (complete)

Abbreviations: Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1, 2, 3 (ABR1, ABR2, ABR3), Bertrand Russell’s America, vols. 1, 2 (BRA1, BRA2), Fact and Fiction (FF), Has Man a Future? (HSM), Prevent the Crime of Silence (PCS), Russell Society News (RSN), Why I Am Not a Christian (WNC)

1904

“Mr. Charles Booth on Fiscal Reform,” The Spectator 92 (Jan 16 1904), 83-4

“Old and New Protectionism,” The Spectator 92 (Jan 23 1904), 125-6

“International Competition,” The Spectator 92 (Jan 30 1904), 180

“Mr. Gerald Balfour on Countervailing Duties,” The Westminster Gazette 10 (Feb 1904), 2

1906

“M. Poincaré’s Science et hypothèse,” Mind 15 (Jan 1906), 143  Reply to Poincaré

1907

“The Bye-Elections: Incidents in the Wimbledon Contest,” The Morning Post (London), May 9 1907, 5  An exchange of letters with Henry Chaplin

Last Message to Wimbledon Electors: “I Am a Liberal” The Daily News (London), May 14 1907, 8

1910

“A Protest from the Voteless,” The Common Cause 2 (Apr 28 1910), 43

1913

“The Proposed Change in the Ordination Service,” The Cambridge Magazine 3 (Nov 22 1913), 173

1914

“Inspiration,” The Cambridge Magazine 3 (Jan 31 1914), 300  Repr. Russell, nos. 37-40 (1980), 52

“The Rights of the War,” The Nation 15 (Aug 15 1914), 737-8  Repr. ABR

“Belgian Professors in Cambridge,” The Cambridge Magazine 4 (Oct 24 1914), 45

“Fear as the Ultimate Cause of War,” The Cambridge Magazine 4 (Oct 24 1914), 54

“Possible Guarantees of Peace,” The Economist, 79 (Dec 12 1914), 1,035-6

1915

“The Policy of the Allies,” The Nation (London), 16 (Feb 13 1915), 619

“Mr. Russell’s Reply to his Critics,” The Cambridge Review 36 (Feb 24 1915), 218-9

“Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Ethics of War,” The Westminster Gazette, Mar 27 1915, 2

“The Reconciliation Question,” The Cambridge Review 36 (Mar 10 1915), 250-1

“Letter from Bertrand Russell,” The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 12 (Jul 8 1915), 391-2  Russell claims that sense data are physical

“The International Review,” The Times (London), Sep 20 1915, 9

“Two Letters,” The Cambridge Magazine 5 (Oct 30 1915), 56  Russell replies to Sorley’s charge that Russell hates England  Sorley replies

“Mr. Russell Replies,” The Cambridge Magazine 5 (Nov 6 1915), 79  Reply to Sorley

1916

“Mr. Russell’s Reply,” The Cambridge Magazine 5 (Feb 12 1916), 305, 307

“North Staffs’ Praise of War,” The Cambridge Magazine 5 (Mar 11 1916), 386

“A Clash of Consciences,” The Nation 19 (Apr 15 1916), 76

“Will They Be Shot?” The Herald, no. 842 (May 6 1916), 10  On conscientious objectors

“Adsum Qui Feci,” The Times (London), May 17 1916, 9  Repr. ABR vol. 2, 64-5

“Liberty of Conscience,” The Cambridge Magazine 5 (May 27 1916), 505

“The Conscientious Objector,” Daily News and Leader (London), Aug 10 1916, 4

“Rex v. Russell,” The Manchester Guardian, Aug 14 1916, 8

“Bertrand Russell’s Advice,” The Labour Leader 13, no. 36 (Sep 7 1916), 4

“Mr. Russell’s Lectures,” The Times, Oct 20 1916, 9

“Mr. Bertrand Russell’s Case,” The Times, Oct 27 1916, 7

“Mysterious Girl Brings Russell’s Peace Plea Here,” The New York Times, Dec 23 1916, 1, 3

1917

“The Pacifist at Large,” The Morning Post (London), Jan 15 1917, 9

“Conscientious Objectors,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 19 1917, 8

“Conscientious Objectors,” The New Statesman 9 (Jun 2 1917), 206

“Conscientious Objectors,” The New Statesman 14 (Jun 9 1917), 229

1918

“Mr. Bertrand Russell and the War,” The Morning Post (London), Feb 9 1918, 4

“The Role of Truth in Art,” The Nation (London), 23 (Jul 27 1918), 446  Letter defending Siegfried Sassoon’s anti-war poems

1919

“The Biology of War,” The Athenaeum, no. 4,646 (May 16 1919), 344

“Taking Dr. Rabagliati to Task,” The Ploughshare n.s. 4 (Jul 1919), 158

“The Mystic Vision,” The Athenaeum, no. 4,654 (Jul 11 1919), 599  Reply to critics of a review

1920

“To Save an Innocent Man,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 22 1920, 8

“Mathematical Philosophy,” Science Progress in the Twentieth Century 15 (Jul 1920), 101  Reply to Jourdain review of Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy

“Bolshevism—Some Light on the Theory,” The Peking Leader, Dec 28 1920, 8  Response to “Bertrand Russell on the Religion of Bolshevism”, ibid., Dec 19 1920, 8

1921

“Why I Support the Labour Party,” The Labour Leader 18, no. 11 (Mar 17 1921), 1

“The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism,” The New Statesman 16 (Apr 2 1921), 755

“Magdeleine Marx’s Book on Woman,” The Japan Chronicle (Kobe), May 19 1921, 5

“Capitalism in South China,” The Japan Chronicle, Jul 26 1921, 5

“Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Japanese Press,” The Japan Chronicle, Aug 31 1921

“Ireland and Japan,” Daily News and Leader (London), Sep 10 1921, 4

“Japan, U.S.A., and Us,” Daily News and Leader, Sep 16 1921, 4

“The Relief of the Russian Famine,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 30 (Dec 17 1921), 468

1922

“Mr. Bertrand Russell’s Analysis of Mind,” The Japan Weekly Chronicle (Kobe), n.s. no. 1,059 (Apr 20 1922), 575

“Tuchuns, Not Teachers,” The Atlantic Monthly 129 (Mar 1922), 431  Letter to editor pointing out typo in Dec 1921 Russell Atlantic article

1923

“The Case of Margaret Sanger,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 32 (Jan 27 1923), 645

“Einstein,” The Japan Chronicle (Kobe), Feb 1 1923, 5  Repr. CPBR 9

“Birth Control Prosecutions,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 32 (Feb 10 1923), 719  Reply to Marie Stopes, ibid., Feb 3 1923, 685  Stopes replies, ibid., Feb 17 923, 750-1

“Missionary Influence in China,” The Manchester Guardian, Apr 13 1923, 7

1924

“The Government and Scientific Research,” The Observer, Mar 16 1924, 18

“Our Promises to China,” Daily Herald, Apr 21 1924, 4

“A Plea for Mothers,” Daily News and Leader (London), Jul 5 1924, p 6

1925

“Those Questions Again!” Daily Herald, London, Jul 11 1925, 4

“Sidney Webb’s Rectorial Campaign at Glasgow University,” The Student Leader (Glasgow), no. 3 (Oct 22 1925), 5

1926

“An Agricultural Religion?” The New Leader (London), 13, no. 24 (Mar 12 1926), 7

Birth Control, Daily Herald, Oct 9 1926, 4

1927

“Force in China,” The Nation and Athenaeum 40 (Feb 5 1927), 619

“Birth Control and Housing,” Daily Express (London), May 2 1927, 2

1928

“Our Free Press!” The New Leader (London), n.s.15, no.65 (Jan 20 1928), 2  Letter criticizing the NY Times after it refused to accept an advertisement for an employee at Russell’s school

1929

“Freudianism,” The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review, n.s. no.392 (Feb 1929), 44

“Mr. Russell Replies,” The Nation 129 (Dec 11 1929), 720  On women teachers

1930

“The Bertrand Russell School,” Time and Tide 11 (Jan 3 1930), 12  Letter on discipline at Beacon Hill School

“Mr. B. Russell and the Bishop,” The Morning Post (London), Feb 1 1930, 12  Statement by Russell in reply to Bishop Manning’s assertion that Russell should not teach in U.S. colleges

“Literary Parasites,” The Bookman (New York) 71 (Jun 1930), 287-8  Article by Clarice Aiken quoting extract of a letter from Russell to her  Repr. (with additions) ABR, vol. 2, 178-9

“Pour encourager les autres,” The Nation and Athenaeum 47 (Aug 23 1930), 642  Letter criticizing British authorities for accusing Griffin Barry of Communist activities

“Passports,” The Week-end Review (London) 2 (Sep 6 1930), 315  Letter, with Dora Russell, protesting police harassment of foreign visitors on suspicion of communist activities

1931

“Earl and Countess Russell,” The Glasgow Herald, Mar 24 1931, 11  Statement issued by Bertrand and Dora Russell on the use of their titles

“Free Speech in Childhood,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.1 (Jun 13 1931), 575  Reply to comments on article of same title

“Free Speech in Childhood,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.1 (Jun 27 1931), 643  Reply to comments on article of same title

“Free Speech in Childhood,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.2 (Jul 4 1931), 11  Reply to comments on article of same title

Press announcement of upcoming Russell debate on monogamy, The San Diego Union and Daily Bee, Nov 15 1931, sec.1, p.4  Debate report: ibid., Nov 18 1931, sec.1, p.2

1932

“Plea for Mr. Gandhi’s Release,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 5 1932, 4  Telegrams to the British Prime Minister and the Viceroy of India

“Friendly Words from Bertrand Russell,” The Nation 134 (Feb 3 1932), 144  Letter to editor replies to editorial on Russell’s U.S. visit

“Bertrand Russell Thinks of War, Food, Children and His Unwanted Earldom,” The New Passing Show, n.s.1, no.4 (Apr 16 1932), 11  Interview, though with Russell byline

“Snobbery,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.3 (Jun 25 1932), 824  Letter to editor on Russell’s title

“Shipping Off Cornwall,” The Times (London), Aug 13 1932, 13  Letter to editor requests foghorn at Penzance

“British Anti-War Council,”  The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.4 (Nov 19 1932), 622-3  Letter to editor signed by Russell and Havelock Ellis

“Internationalising the Air,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.4 (Dec 24 1932), 830  Letter to editor

1933

“The Untouchables in India,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 13 1933, 16  Letter to editor, signed by Russell as chair of the India League

“Meerut Sentences,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 27 1933, 18  On “rigorous imprisonment”

“The Untouchables in India,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 31 1933, 18  Russell writes as chair of India League

“The Meerut Case,” The Week-end Review 7 (Feb 11 1933), 144  Letter to editor

“The Meerut Case,” The Week-end Review 7 (Mar 11 1933), 273  Letter thanking supporters

“Indian Prisoners,” The Manchester Guardian, Apr 20 1933, 18  Letter to editor

“Meerut Prisoners,” The Manchester Guardian, May 11 1933, 13  Letter appealing for funds

“Bertrand Russell and Communism,” The Manchester Guardian, Sep 27 1933, 7  Press statement and letter

“Bertrand Rosel Dankt dem Forverts far Opleykenen Shnel Bilbul Vegn Antisemitism,” Forverts, Oct 31 1933, 1  Statement based on letter

“Bertrand Russell Takes Exception,” The Nation 137 (Dec 6 1933), 652  Letter, on equations

1934

“Winter in North Wales,” The Times (London), Feb 27 1934, 10  Letter to editor

“Changes on the School Front,” Time and Tide 15 (May 19 1934), 641  Letter to editor about Beacon Hill school

1935

“About Bertrand Russell’s Book,” The New Republic 81 (Jan 2 1935), 222  Letter on his next book

“The British Labor Party and Hitler,” The New Republic 83 (Jul 3 1935), 224  Letter to editor

“Air Raid Precautions,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 10 (Aug 10 1935), 191  Letter

“Lord and Lady Amberley,” The Times, London, Dec 13 1935, 10  Letter to editor

1936

On Lucy Donnelly’s retirement from Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin (Bryn Mawr, PA) 16, no.7 (Jul 1936), 18  Testimonial based on and extract from a letter by Russell

“British Foreign Policy,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.12 (Jul 18 1936), 82  Letter

“Spain’s Civil War,” The Manchester Guardian, Aug 12 1936, 18  Letter to editor

“Reply to Mr. Gorer,” Time and Tide 17 (Oct 17 1936), 1,447  Letter about a book review

“Education up to Eighteen,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 19 1936, 6  News report with extracts from a speech

“Logic of the Pacifist Case,” The Daily Telegraph (London), Nov 23 1936, 12  Letter to editor

“Which Way to Peace?” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.12 (Nov 28 1936), 847-8  Letter replying to comment on Russell’s book

1937

“Which Way to Peace?” The United Services Review (London) 77 (Jan 14 1937), 15  Letter on review of Russell’s book

“Methodism and Armament Firms,” The Methodist Recorder (London) 78 (Jan 21 1937), 22  Letter corrects error in Russell book

“The Amberley Papers,” Times Literary Supplement 36 (Mar 20 1937), 222  Letter on a book review

“The Amberley Papers,” Time and Tide 18 (Apr 10 1937), 460  Letter on review of book

“Blum on Marriage,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 13 (May 15 1937), 809  Letter criticizes his own review

1938

“Philosophy and Common Sense,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.15 (Mar 5 1938), 365  Letter about a review

1940

“Too Optimistic,” Asia (New York), 40 (Mar 1940), 126-7  Article includes Russell’s comments, along with those of others, on Kohn article “The World Must Federate!”

“Russell’s Answer,” New York Post, Mar 14 1940, 1  Press statement on CCNY appointment

“Sex Liberty Again Urged by Russell,” Los Angeles Examiner, Mar 20 1940, sec.1 p.10  Lengthy press statement

“Russell to Tell of His Beliefs About Morality,” New York Herald Tribune, Mar 21 1940, 28  Telegram indicating plans to issue statement soon

“Russell Hits ‘Falsehoods’ by Critics,” Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express, Mar 29 1940, p.A4  Press statement

“No Statement As Yet, Says Note from Russell,” Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express, Mar 30 1940, A7  News report

“Court Biased and Unjust Says Russell,” Los Angeles Examiner, Apr 2 1940, sec.1 p.3  News report

“Russell Clarifies Position, States Intention to Fight,” California Daily Bruin, Apr 2 1940, 1,4  Repr. (revised) Los Angeles Times, Apr 3 1940, pt.2 p.13  News report with Russell statement

“Educator to Remain in Silence,” California Daily Bruin, Apr 9 1940, 1  Report of statement

“Their Liberty, Not Mine,” Varsity, the College News Magazine 1, no.3 (Apr 15 1940), 4  Report of statement

“Bertrand Russell Explains,” The New York Times, Apr 26 1940, 20  Repr. WNC, BRA1  Lengthy letter to editor

“Cool Thinking Urged by Bertrand Russell,” Los Angeles Times, May 1 1940, pt.2 p.2  Interview

Freedom of Speech in CCNY Case, The Harvard Crimson, May 9 1940, 2  Repr. BRA1, 171  Letter

“Russell Denies Despair,” The New York Times, May 25 1940, 9  Statement denies news report

Russell Supports WWII, The New Statesman and Nation, n.s. 19 (Jun 8 1940), 719  Excerpt of letter  Repr. in full BRA1, 175

“Russell Explains Switch in His Outlook on War,” The News (Los Angeles), Jun 11 1940, p. 8  Repr. BRA1, 177  Letter to editor

1941

“Dr. Russell Denies Pacifism,” The New York Times, Jan 27 1941, 14  Repr. BRA1  Letter to editor

“Long-Time Advocate of Peace Approves Present War,” The New York Times, Feb 16 1941, sec.4 p.8  Letter to editor

“British Democracy,” The Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia), Mar 10 1941  Letter on lecture report

1942

“Gandhi’s Stand Disapproved,” The New York Times, Aug 5 1942, 18  Letter to editor

“Bertrand Russell on India,” The Nation 155 (Sep 5 1942), 200  Letter to editor

“Philosopher’s Hope,” Time 40, no. 13 (Sep 28 1942), 6, 8  Letter on India

“What About India?” American Forum of the Air 4, no.41 (Oct 11 1942), 7-13  Press statement

“Bertrand Russell Writes of India, Britain, and the U.S.A.” PM (New York), Oct 20 1942, 15  Letter to editor

1943

The Barnes Foundation Firing, from Russell’s press statement, Philadelphia Record, Jan 18 1943  Repr. (in full) BRA1

Interview by Lester Denonn, Correct English 44 (Dec 1943), 14-19  Repr. RSN, no.47 (Aug 1985), 2-4

1945

“Future of India,” The Times (London), Mar 3 1945, 5  Letter to editor

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

“Not Mr., Nor Dr., Nor Prof., but Lord Russell,” Evening Standard, May 19 1945  Statement

“Election Survey,” The Times, Jun 25 1945, 5  Letter to editor

“Mass Deportations,” The Times, Oct 23 1945, 5  Letter to editor

“Mass Deportations,” The Times, Oct 31 1945, 5  Letter to editor

“Food Parcels Still Needed,” The New York Times, Nov 3 1945, 14  Letter to editor

1947

“Science and Democracy,” The Listener 37 (Feb 6 1947), 245  Letter replies to critics

“Should We Abolish the House of Lords?” Labour Forum 1, no.4 (Jul-Sep 1947), 10-11  Repr. Daily Herald, Jul 15 1947  Press statement

“Comments on Articles on Philosophy,” Universities Quarterly 1 (Aug 1947), 367

1948

“John Stuart Mill,” The Listener 39 (May 13 1948), 785  Letter to editor

“The Magus,” The Manchester Guardian, Jun 18 1948, 4  Letter to editor

“A Philosopher Gone Astray,” The Gates of Zion 2, no.4 (Jul 1948), 32  Letter to editor

“Resisting Russia,” The Observer (London), Nov 28 1948, 3  Letter to editor

1949

No Visas for Soviet Intellectuals, The Manchester Guardian, Mar 23 1949, 5  Press statement

“Conrad’s Place and Rank in English Letters,” Wiadomosci (London), 4, no.15 (Apr 10 1949), 1  From a letter

Message to Council of Europe,  European Affairs (London), 1, no.5 (Aug 1949), 6 Statement on prayer in the U.N., United Nations World (New York), 3, no.8 (Aug 1949), 13

“Professor Bernal,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 20 1949, 4  Letter on freedom of Soviet scientists

“Professor Bernal,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 26 1949, 4  Letter to editor

“Professor Bernal,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 25 1949, 6  Reply to Bernal’s letter

“Ernst von Weizsaecker,” The Times (London), Dec 12 1949, 5  Letter to editor

1950

“The Problem of Punishment,” The Radio Times 107, no. 1,385 (Apr 28 1950), 6  Summary of Russell broadcast of Jun 1 1950

“Ferment in Asia,” The Sydney Morning Heraldd, Jul 8 1950, 2  News report of lecture

“Obstacles to World Government,” Daily Telegraph, Jul 18 1950, 8  News report of lecture

1951

“Russell Sees Wit of Shaw as Armor,” The New York Times, Dec 17 1950, sec.1, p.57 Quotes 14 sentences from Russell article “Bernard Shaw” in Virginia Quarterly Review 27 (winter 1951).

“Mountaineering,” The Manchester Guardian, Feb 28 1951, p.4  Letter to the editor as President, the Mountaineering Association

“Mountaineering Courses,” The Times (London), Mar 30 1951, 7  Letter to the editor as President, the Mountaineering Association

“Lord Russell and the Atom Bomb,” The New Statesman and Nation, n.s.41 (Apr 21 1951), 448, 450  Letter to the editor in reply to criticism  ibid., Nov 18 1950, 449.

“L'avenir de la science,” Toute la radio (Paris) 18 (May 1951), 141  Three sentences, in French, as a contribution to a symposium

“Living in an Atomic Age,” The Radio Times 111, no.1,434 (May 4 1951), 5  Announcement for series of broadcasts with same title

“Bertrand Russell,” New York Herald Tribune, Oct 7 1951, sec.6, p.5  Biographical notes

“John Stuart Mill ‘On Liberty,’” Invitation to Learning (New York) 1 (winter 1951-52), 356-63  Transcript of discussion on CBS radio

1952

“Bertrand Russell and the USA,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 12 1952, 4  Reply to comments

“Bertrand Russell and the US,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 1 1952, 4  Repr. BRA2, ch.4  Letter replying to comments

“Future of the BBC,” The Times (London), Mar 29 1952, 7  Letter to editor

“Leonardo’s Day, and Our Own,” London Calling, no. 658 (May 1 1952), 12-13  Transcript of radio discussion with Lord Samuel and Sir William Hamilton Fyfe

“Way Up,” Daily Mail (London), May 6 1952  Letter to the editor signed Russell as President of the Mountaineering Association on climbing schools

“Tribute to a Great Man,” Everybody’s Weekly, May 24 1952, 11  Interview

“My First 80 Years,” New York Post, May 25 1952, M10-11  Repr. RSN, no.45 (Feb 1985), 19-21  Transcript of radio interview

Goodwill Message, The Indian Rationalist (Madras), no.1 (Jul 1952), 4  Letter

“Portraits from Memory, III,” The Listener 48 (Aug 14 1952), 267  Letter to editor

“If There Is War, War Wins It,” World Veteran. New Era (Paris) 1, no.2 (Dec 1952), 16  Statements from interview published with Russell byline

1953

“A New Russian Policy?” The Wichita Sunday Beacon, Jun 21 1953, 1  Excerpt from Russell BBC talk

“Obeying Law in Testifying,” The New York Times, Jun 26 1953, 18  Repr. BRA2  Letter

“Voice of Freedom,” The Nation 177, no.7 (Aug 15 1953), inside front cover  Letter

“The Prelate and the Commissar,” The Humanist 13 (Sep-Oct 1953), 206-7  Poem

“British Guiana,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 13 1953, 6  Letter to editor

“Bertrand Russell and “Preventive War,” The Nation 177 (Oct 17 1953), 320  Letter

“British Guiana,” The Manchester Guardian, Oct 23 1953, 6  Letter

“Spot Letter from Earl Russell, OM,” Daily Herald (London), Oct 27 1953, 3  Letter

1954

Tribute to Einstein, The Decalogue Journal (Chicago) 4, no.3 (Feb-Mar 1954), 9  Letter

“Atomic Weapons,” The Manchester Guardian, Apr 22 1954, 6  Repr. ABR3  Letter

Hydrogen-Cobalt Bomb, Pulpit Digest 34, no.194 (Jun 1954), 16-17  Remarks made on TV

Homosexuality as a Crime, The Twentieth Century 155 (Jun 1954), 574  Repr. RSN, no.16 (Nov 1977), 4  Letter

“Communism and War,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 22 1954, 6  Letter to editor

1955

“Peril in the East,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 29 1955, 4  Letter on Formosa

“Lord Russell,” The Manchester Guardian, Feb 17 1955, 6  Letter on reading 1921 Guardian obituary of himself

“Could Britain Fight?” The Spectator, no.6,608 (Feb 18 1955), 184  Letter to editor

“Conference on Cultural Freedom Opens,” The Statesman (Calcutta), Feb 19 1955, 6  Two sentences from letter quoted

“The Road to Peace,” Inter-Parliamentary Bulletin (London) 35, no.2 (second quarter 1955), 49-53  Extracts of speech

“Earl Russell Praises Acland,” Bolton Evening News, May 18 1955, 7  Letter to editor

“Steps Towards Peace,” Journal of the World Assembly for Peace, no.2 (Jun 24 1955), 10-11  Repr. PfM  Message to World Assembly for Peace at Helsinki

Notice of Press Conference on Russell-Einstein Manifesto, Daily Herald (London), Jul 5 1955

“Move by World Parliamentarians,” The Observer, Jul 10 1955, 1  Press statement

“Prime Minister’s Reply to Lord Russell,” The Times, Jul 16 1955, 5  Exchange of letters between Russell and Anthony Eden

“Scientists’ Warning,” The Sunday Times (London), Jul 17 1955  Excerpts of a statement

“Choice: Universal Death or Peace,” The Birmingham Mail, Aug 3 1955, 1  Repr. full text “World Conference of Scientists,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 12 (Feb 1956), 41-3  Excerpts from speech

“Bertrand Russell Urges Parole for Jacob Mindel,” Daily Worker (New York), Sep 22 1955, 3  Letter

“Celebration of the Centenary of The Laws Of Thought by George Boole,” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Society 57, no.6 (Nov 15 1955), sec. A, p.64  Letter

“Letter to the Representative of IHUD,” Ner (Tel Aviv) 7, no.4 (Dec 1955), 1  Letter urges “mutual arbitration” in the Arab-Israeli conflict

Resolution on Nuclear War, World: for World Trade and World Law, no.1 (winter 1955-56), 34  Report of comments made at conference,

1956

“The Sobell Case,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 26 1956, 6  Repr. BRA2  Letter to  editor

“The Case of Morton Sobell,” The Manchester Guardian,Apr 5 1956, 6  Repr. BRA2  Letter

Welcome to Bulganin and Khrushchev, Soviet Weekly, no.741 (Apr 12 1956), 3  Message on their visit to Britain

“The Suez Canal,” The Manchester Guardian, Aug 11 1956, 4  Letter to editor

A Proposed Academy, Du (Zurich) 16, no.9 (Sep 1956), 17  One of many messages

“Britain’s Act of War,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 2 1956, 4  Repr. Hetherington, Guardian Years, 1981  Letter on Suez crisis

“This Act of Criminal Folly,” Reynolds News and Sunday Citizen (London), Nov 4 1956, 7  The Manchester Guardian, Nov 5 1956, 9  Excerpts of statement on Suez crisis

Need for Rationalist Outlook, The Indian Rationalist (Calcutta) 4 (Dec 1956), 139  Message to rationalists

“The Hungarian Revolution,” Die Kultur 5, no.73 (Dec 1 1956), 3  One-sentence comment

“The Atlantic Alliance,” The Manchester Guardian, Dec 4 1956, 6  Letter

“Vi Måste Leva Tillsammans,” Idun (Stockholm), no.50 (Dec 10 1956), 16  Brief message

“A Discussion on Liberty,” London Calling, no.895 (Dec 27 1956), 9-10  Discussion of Mill

1957

“Britain and Russia: What Now?” British-Soviet Friendship, Jan 1957, 2  Response to question

“London Forum,” London Calling, no.900 (Jan 31 1957), 3-4, 10  Discussion on BBC radio

“Britain’s Bomb,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 21 1957, 6  Letter on test of British bomb

“Britain’s Bomb,” The Manchester Guardian, Mar 26 1957, 6  Letter on test of Britain’s bomb

Message Protesting British Nuclear Tests, Peace News (London), no.1,088 (May 3 1957), 8

Philosophy, Knjizevne novine, Belgrade, Jun 1957  Interview

“Earl Russell and the H-Bomb,” Peace News, no.1,097 (Jul 5 1957), 7  Letter

Message to First Pugwash Conference, The New York Times, Jul 10 1957, 6  Excerpt of letter  Repr. (full text) Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 34, no.4 (Apr 1978), 36-7

“Letter from Bertrand Russell,” The Friend 115 (Aug 2 1957), 693  Protesting nuclear tests

“Christian Ethics,” The Observer (London), Oct 13 1957, 8  Letter on review of WNC

“Why I Am Not a Christian,” The Times (London), Oct 15 1957, 11  Letter

“Christian Ethics,” The Observer, Oct 20 1957, 15  Letter on absolute ethics

“Mr. Alan Wood: Author and Journalist,” The Times, Nov 5 1957, 13  Obituary notice

“Britain and the H-Bomb,” New Statesman 54 (Nov 9 1957), 617  Letter

Persecution of Hungarian Writers, Irodalmi Ujság London), Nov 15 1957, 4  Meeting message

“The Reasoning of Europeans,” The Listener 58 (Nov 21 1957), 835-6  Repr. FF

“Earl Russell Replies,” Time and Tide 38 (Nov 23 1957), 1,463  Letter on WNC

“Why I Am Not a Christian,” The Times, Nov 26 1957, 11  Repr. ABR2  Letter

1958

“Bertrand Russell on Negotiations,” The New Republic 138, no.4 (Jan 27 1958), 9  Letter

Disarmament and Summit Talks, Zemedelsko Zname (Bulgarian Agrarian Union, Sophia), Jan 28 1958, 3  Interview, answers to questions

“Bertrand Russell Answers,” The Cambridge Review 79 (Feb 1 1958), 278-80  Interview

“The Right Grade of Deterrence,” The Times (London), Mar 4 1958, 9  Repr. in The Nuclear Dilemma, 15  Letter

“The Nuclear Dilemma,” The Times, Mar 6 1958, 11  Letter to editor

“The Choices Before Us,” The Times, Mar 8 1958, 7  Letter to editor

“The World and the Observer,” The Listener 59 (Mar 13 1958), 451  Letter to editor

“Nuclear Dilemma,” The Times, Mar 18 1958, 11  Letter to editor

“‘Secret’ Telerecordings,” Daily Herald (London), Mar 22 1958, 2  Letter to editor

“Lord Bertrand Russell,” No More Hiroshimas! (Tokyo) 5, no.4 (Apr 1958), 1  Comment on USSR suspension of nuclear tests

“Central Question,” The Observer, Apr 20 1958, 8  Letter to editor

“A Message from Bertrand Russell,” Outlook, no.8 (May 1958), 14-15  Message to students

“Salute from Britain,” American Rationalist 3, no.1 (May 1958), 10  Two letters to editor

“Scientists Appeal to Premier,” The Manchester Guardian, May 2 1958, 1  Letter to editor

“Earl Russell Protests,” The Daily Telegraph (London), Jul 5 1958, 12  Letter to Swiss president

“The Speech That Was Not Heard,” The Observer, Jul 6 1958, 1, 13  Excerpts

“Budapest Trials,” The Manchester Guardian, Jul 8 1958, 2  Has three sentences by Russell

“Intervention and Its Risks,” The Manchester Guardian, Jul 18 1958, 6  Letter to editor

“Monopoly in War,” Peace News, no.1,151 (Jul 18 1958), 2  Letter replying to an article

“London Prepared to End Tests After Pacific Series,” The New York Times, Aug 23 1958, 1-2  Extract from letter to Prime Minister

“Dr. Pauling’s Visit,” The Times, Sep 5 1958, 11  Repr. RSN, no.58 (May 1988), 7  Letter

“Dr. Pauling’s Visit,” The Times, Sep 9 1958, 9  Letter to editor

“Quemoy: The Price of Prestige,” The Manchester Guardian, Sep 9 1958, 6  Letter

“Philosopher’s Corner,” Look 22, no.19 (Sep 16 1958), 14  Letter to editor

“Prof. G.E. Moore,” The Times, Oct 28 1958, 14  Obituary notice

“Bertrand Russell at Home,” The Birmingham Post, Nov 6 1958  Interview

“Nuclear Disarmament,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 6 1958, 6  Letter

“The Unborn Victims of Nuclear Tests,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 12 1958, 6  Letter

Supports West German Anti-Nuclear Struggle, Kongressdienst, no.5 (Dec 1958), 20  Letter

1959

“The Rocket Site Protests,” The Manchester Guardian, Jan 15 1959, 8  Letter

Steps Toward Peace, The Observer (London), 18 Jan 18 1959, 1, 15  Excerpts from speech

“A Message to the Hon. Local Secretary from Our President,” The Rationalist Reporter (New York) 2, no.2 (Feb 1959), 1  Letter

“Balance of Nuclear Power,” The Nation (Rangoon), Feb 10 1959, 4  Letter replies to editorial

“Who’s Who,” The Times, London, Feb 28 1959, 7  Letter

“A Reply to Bertrand Russell,” Encounter 12, no.66 (Mar 1959), 84  Letter by Russell

“Bertrand Russell Reflects,” The Listener 61 (Mar 19 1959), 503-5  Repr. NYT, May 3 1959, sec. 6 (“Magazine”), pp. 32, 34, 37, 39; RSN, no.46 (May 1985), 18-21  Interview

“A Message from Earl Russell,” The Manchester Guardian, Apr 17 1959, 5  Paid advertisement

“Straightening the Record,” The Nation (New York) 188 (May 16 1959), inside front cover  Repr. The Listener 61 (May 28 1959), 937  Reply to Winthrop Pankhurst

“Bertrand Russell Comments Ironically on the Humane Excuses for Horrible Weapons,” I. F. Stone’s Weekly 7, no.33 (Sep 7 1959), 3  From Russell speech written by J. Rotblat

Russell Letter on Religion, Nauka i Religiia (Moscow), no.1 (Autumn 1959), 33

“An Interview with the Rt. Hon. Earl Russell, OM, FRS,” Health Education Journal 17 (Nov 1959), 230-6  Interview

“Review Refused,” The Times, Nov 5 1959, 13  Letter on refusal of Mind to review Gellner book

“Review Refused,” The Times, Nov 24 1959, 13  Another letter on Gellner controversy

“Disarm Plan Support Grows,” No More Hiroshimas! (Tokyo) 8, no.6 (Dec 1959), 4  Statement

1960

New Year Wish, Daily Worker (London), Jan 2 1960, 3  Short statement

“Ot Vsego Serdtsa,” Sovetskaya Rossia (Moscow), no.1,080 (Jan 14 1960), 1  Response to 3 questions

“ ‘I Greet Cut Arms Rally’ Bertrand Russell,” Daily Worker (London), Jan 30 1960, 3  Conference statement and greeting “Determination Needed for Disarmament,” The Times, Feb 3 1960, 7  Excerpt of statement

“Disarmament,” The Times (London), Mar 22 1960, 13  Letter to editor

“Philip Noel-Baker,” International Relations 2, no.1 (Apr 1960), 1-2  A tribute

“After Paris,” The Times, May 21 1960, 9  Letter to editor on obligations to Berlin

“Summit Agreement,” The Guardian (Manchester), May 23 1960, 6  Letter on “summit disaster”

“Case for a Neutral Britain,” The Guardian, Jun 15 1960, 8  Letter to editor

“A Question of Survival,” The Guardian, Jun 30 1960, 10  Letter on neutrality and safety

“To the Youth of Japan,” Youth’s Companion, no.7 (Jul 1960), 9, 11  Message

“Labour’s Defence Policy,” New Statesman 60 (Jul 2 1960), 18  Letter to editor

“The Greater Risk for Britain,” The Guardian, Jul 6 1960, 8  Letter: NATO or neutrality

“Labour’s Defence Policy,” New Statesman 60 (Jul 9 1960), 50  Letter to editor

“Great Britain as a Neutral,” The Guardian, Jul 14 1960, 8  Letter

“Disarmament Policy,” The Guardian, Aug 1 1960, 4  Letter to editor

“Greatest Threat,” The New York Times, Aug 14 1960, sec. 6, pp. 90-1  Letter to editor

“Britain’s Two Perils,” The Guardian, Aug 16 1960, 5  Letter to editor

“Britain’s Hope of Survival,” The Guardian, Aug 29 1960, 6  Letter to editor

“The Wrong Address?” The Guardian, Sep 8 1960, 8  Letter to editor

“New Uphaus Appeal a Reminder That Pauling, Too, May Go to Jail,” I. F. Stone’s Weekly 8, no.32 (Sep 12 1960), 3  Letter from Russell to Pauling

Letter Inviting Membership in Committee of 100, The Times, Sep 29 1960, 12

Statement on formation of Committee of 100, The Times, Sep 29 1960, 12

“Offer to Resign [from CND] by Lord Russell,” The Times, Oct 1 1960, 4  Letter to editor

“The Case for Disarming,” The Observer (London), Oct 2 1960, 9  Statement and reply

“Russell and Collins Still In Amity,” The Observer, Oct 9 1960, 9  Statement or recent controversy between CND and Committee of 100

“Neutrality,” The Observer, Oct 16 1960, 18  Letter to editor

“Russell Quits His Ban-Bomb Post,” Evening Standard, Oct 24 1960, 17; The Times, Oct 25 1960, 13  Excerpt of statement on resigning as president of CND

“ ‘I Work On,’ Says Lord Russell,” The Observer, Oct 30 1960, 9  Statement on CND / Committee of 100 controversy

“High Treason?” The Scotsman (Edinburgh), Nov 7 1960, 6  Letter on Polaris submarines

“Russell Writes for Forum,” Los Gatos Times / Saratoga Observer, Nov 16 1960, 1-2  Repr. ch. 2 BRA2  Letter on Edward Teller

“British Neutralism,” The Guardian, Nov 25 1960  Letter on Macmillan speech

“Shocked by ITA Ban,” Daily Worker (London), Nov 30 1960, 2  On ban of Daily Worker ads

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” Peace News, no. 1,276 (Dec 9 1960), 1 Letter on charge of subversiveness

“Mistaken Identity at Thule,” The Guardian, Dec 30 1960, 6  Letter on military mistaking moon for Russian missiles

1961

“ ‘Massive Aid’ for China,” The Guardian (Manchester), Jan 11 1961, 8  Letter to editor

“Bad Habits in Moscow,” The Times, Jan 30 1961, 11  Letter on Russian treatment of dissidents

“Civil Disobedience,” Tribune (London), Feb 3 1961, 8  Letter calls for demonstration

“A Man’s World,” New Statesman 61 (Feb 10 1961), 218  Who said ladies don’t move? Russell thinks Lucretius

“Lord Russell on Polaris Demonstration,” The Observer, Feb 12 1961, 1  Comments on Polaris protest

“Thousands March in Polaris Protest,” Evening Standard (London), Feb 18 1961, 1; The Guardian, Feb 19 1961, 1  Protest declaration

“Britain: A Moral Issue,” Newsweek 57, no.9 (Feb 27 1961), 40-2  Repr. ch.2 BRA2  Comments on British neutrality

“The Day I Shouted ‘Murderer’ in Moscow,” Daily Mail (London), Mar 4 1961, 8  Letter to editor on Russell cartoon

“Botschaft von Bertrand Russell, OM, FRS,” Bulletin des Weltfriedensrates 7, no.4 (Apr 1961), 9  Greetings to peace meeting

“Marchers,” The Observer, Apr 9 1961, 22  Letter replying to Observer editorial

“Lord Russell’s Message to Demonstrators,” The Times, May 1 1961, 6  Telegram

Message for marchers, The Guardian, Jun 5 1961

“Nuclear War Warning by Bertrand Russell,” The Guardian, Jul 24 1961, 3  Repr. RSN, no.78 (May 1993), 15  Excerpt of statement calling for protest

“Berlin Warning By Lord Russell,” The Daily Telegraph, Aug 10 1961, 19  From statement favoring negotiation

“The Berlin Crisis,” New Statesman 62 (Aug 18 1961), 212  Letter to editor

“Trafalgar Square Meeting,” The Times, Aug 22 1961, 9  Letter to editor

On Soviet Resumption of Nuclear Tests, The Times, Sep 1 1961, 8  Brief comment

“The Berlin Crisis,” New Statesman 62 (Sep 8 1961), 304  Letter to editor

“K and K Don’t Understand,” Peace News, no. 1,315 (Sep 8 1961), 12  Call for demonstrations

“This Is Not a Music Hall, Lord Russell,” The Evening News, London, Sep 121961  Repr. ABR3; RSN, no.56 (Nov 1987), 10  Brief quote from Russell speech

“Lord Russell on ‘Why We Are in Prison,’” The Times, Sep 14 1961, 6  Repr. ABR3 as “A Letter from Brixton Prison”  Statement from prison

“World Resistance Movement Planned by Lord Russell,” The Guardian, Sep 18 1961  Repr. BRA2  Appeal for resistance

“The Committee of 100,” The Times, Sep 22 1961, 13  Letter to editor

“40 Demonstrators in Court at Croydon,” The Times, Oct 2 1961, 6  Telegram of support

“Lord Russell and the CND,” The Guardian, Oct 2 1961, 8  Letter to editor

“Cultural Freedom,” New Statesman 62 (Oct 20 1961), 552  Letter on CCF ban of Bernal

“Russell-Scott Protest Letter,” Peace News, no. 1,322 (Oct 27 1961), 12  On Soviet nuclear tests

“Fall-Out,” The Times, Oct 30, 1961, 11  Letter replying to Soviet response

“Rebellion Call by Earl Russell,” The Daily Telegraph, Oct 31 1961, 1  On Soviet bomb test

“From Lord Russell,” Columbia University Forum 5, no.1 (winter 1961-2), 3  Letter

“Lord Russell’s Statement ‘Justice in Danger,’” The Guardian, Dec 8 1961, 1  Statement

“Shabby ‘Success,’ Says Lord Russell,” The Times, Dec 11 1961, 6  Statement

“Long-Term Remedies,” Tribune, Dec 15 1961, 8  Letter on review of HSM and FF

“Russell Backs Pottle Dodge,” Daily Mail, Dec 15 1961  Excerpt from press statement

“Man’s Very Survival at Stake,” Toronto Daily Star, Dec 30 1961, 2  New Year’s Message

1962

“Unilateralist Dilemma,” New Statesman 63 (Jan 5 1962), 12-14  Letter responds to W. Young

“Lord Russell in Demonstration at Police Station,” The Guardian (Manchester and London), Feb 21 1962, 1  Statement supports imprisoned protesters

“Russell Sponsors Youth Parley,” Daily Worker (London), Jan 12 1962, 3  Message of support for conference

“Unilateralists’ Dilemma,” New Statesman 63 (Jan 26 1962), 118  Letter to editor

“New H-Tests Blow to Hopes for Disarmament,” Daily Worker (London), Feb 10 1962, 5; Daily Herald, Feb 10 1962  Letter opposes nuclear tests

“Set Sobell Free, Urges Earl Russell,” Daily Worker (London), Feb 12 1962, 3  Statement on Sobell

“Atacar a Cuba Llevaría a Una Guerra Nuclear,” Revolution (Havana), Feb 15 1962, 1, 6  Statement supports Cuban sovereignty

“I Am Guilty Too, Lord Russell Tells Police,” Daily Express, Feb 21 1962  Excerpts from statement asserting responsibility for demonstrations

“Our Right - Russell,” Peace News, no. 1,339 (Feb 23 1962): supp., 12; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 18, no.3 (Mar 1962), 6-10  Statement at trial end

Against Nuclear TestsDaily Worker (London), Mar 2 1962, 2  Press statement

“Come in Thousands Says Lord Russell,” Evening Standard, Mar 20 1962  Press statement

Press statement on imprisoned demonstrators, The Guardian, Mar 26 1962, 2

“Message from Bertrand Russell,” The Radical Humanist (Calcutta) 26 (Apr 4 1962), 133

“The Committee of 100,” The Guardian, Apr 7 1962, 6  Letter denies news report

“Boodschap aan Nederland,” Friese Koerier, Heerenveen (Netherlands), Apr 7 1962, 13  Message to Netherlands on nuclear danger

“Tests: Russell Asks Neutrals to Send Ships,” The Observer (London), Apr 22 1962, 1  Cable to leaders of neutral countries

“Stop Race Towards Death,” The Guardian, Apr 24 1962, 14  Cable to Kennedy

Russell Speech at Cardiff on Nov 1 1961, Sekai (Japan), May 1962

“The Aims and Tactics of the Committee of 100,” The Trumpet (King’s College [London] Historical Society Review), May 1962, 15-16

“An das Deutsche Volk!” Die Friedensrundschau (Hamburg) 16, no. 5 (May 1962), 10  Statement supporting German activists

“ ‘Russell Ship’ for Pacific,” The Guardian, May 4 1962, 1  Statement on nuclear tests

“Russell’s Plea for Greek Prisoners,” Daily Worker, May 4 1962  Statement

“A New ‘Platform’ for CND,” The Guardian, May 9 1962, 8  Letter to editor

Statement of support for Honolulu peace rally, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, May 12 1962

Russell Denounces Labour’s right wing, Tribune, May 18 1962, 9  Letter to editor

“No Withdrawal by Lord Russell; Reply to Labour’s Objection,” The Guardian, May 18 1962, p. 1  Repr. Shaw, Discipline and Discord in the Labour Party, 1988  Letter

“Lord Russell Scorns Labour Olive Branch,” The Guardian, May 24 1962, 18  Press statement

Letter to Labour PartyThe Times (London), May 24 1962, 14  Excerpt from letter

“Lord Russell’s Letter,” Daily Herald, May 25 1962  Letter on peace congress

Message to the Greek People, Dromoi tes Eirenes, no. 53 (Jun 1962)

“Nuzhno Stremitsia k Soglashenio,” Literaturnaia Gazeta, Jun 9 1962, 1  Statement on need for peace accord

“Crimes Against Humanity,” The Guardian, Jun 13 1962, 6  Letter to editor

“Message from Bertrand Russell,” SOS; Survival or Suicide? (Toronto), no.15 (Jun-Jul 1962), 1  Repr. (revised), Foreword, Children of the Nuclear Age

Message to Tokyo nuclear weapons conference, No More Hiroshimas! 9, no.4 (Jun-Jul 1962), 2

Nuclear Peril, Bradford and District Chartered Accountant Students’ Society Newsletter, no. 2 (Mar 1962), 16  Letter to students

On an Anti-Nuclear Arms Convention, Gandhi Marg 6 (Jul 1962), 280  Message

“Russell Urges Neutral Planned H-Ban,” Daily Herald, Jul 9 1962  Excerpt from message

“ ‘Worst Yet’ Bomb,” The Daily Telegraph, Jul 10 1962, 1  Excerpt from statement

“A Protest Ship,” The Guardian, Aug 2 1962, 8  Letter to editor

“Open Letter from Bertrand Russell,” Peace News, no. 1,364 (Aug 17 1962), 10  Call for protest

“Sit-Down Likely to Be Abandoned,” The Guardian, Aug 27 1962  Statement excerpt

“Russell Pleads for Pacifist,” The New York Times, Aug 30 1962, 28  Repr. BRA2, ch.2  Letter

“To Menyma tou Rássel Pròs tòn Kypriakò Laò,” Néa Epoche (Cyprus), Sep 1962, 12  Message to Cypriots

Letter on Humanism, West Riding Humanist Society News-Letter, Sep 1962, 1

“New McCarthyism Sweeps the US, Russell Charges,” The New York Times, Sep 16 1962, 68  Excerpted from statement

New Year’s Greetings, al-Hamishmar, Sep 28 1962, 3

“To All School Children,” Revival (school magazine, Allestree, Derbys), autumn 1962, 34-5  Statement and letter on nuclear threats

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, Rights 9, no. 4 (Nov-Dec 1962), 3  Excerpt from letter

The Arab-Israeli Conflict, New Outlook (Tel Aviv) 5, no.9 (Nov-Dec 1962), 2  Message

Address to Pugwash Conference (in Japanese), Sekai (Tokyo), Nov 1962, 64-7

Protest to Spain, Amnesty for Spanish Political Prisoners and Exiles, no.5 (Nov 1962), 8

“Russell Backs Appeal for Parole of Sobell,” National Guardian, Nov 5 1962, 8

“Vatican on Drug Tragedies,” The Observer, Nov 11 1962, 1  Statement on the Belgium thalidomide trial

“Next Peace Move Kennedy’s,” The Sun (Vancouver), Nov 14 1962, 1  Letter

“Portuguese Jails ‘Like Bastille,’” Daily Worker (London), Nov 20 1962  Message to conference on Portuguese political prisoners

“To Detect Atom Testing,” The New York Times, Nov 25 1962, sec.4, p.8  Letter to editor

“Lord Russell on Cuba,” The Washington Post, Nov 29 1962  Letter to editor

A Failed Philosophy? Idaho State Journal, Dec 5 1962, 4  Letter in reply to criticism of Russell

Christmas Message, Toronto Daily Star, Dec 24 1962, 1

1963

“Razgovor sa Bertrandom Russell M,” Danas (Belgrade), Jan 12 1963  Interview

“Political Prisoners in Greece,” The Guardian, Jan 19 1963, 6  Letter to editor

“Prisoners in Greece,” The Guardian, Jan 26 1963, 6  Letter to editor

Statement supporting Italian peace movement, L'Incontro (Turin) 15, no.2 (Feb 1963), 1  Repr. L'Unità (Milan), Mar 2 1963, 3

“Lord Russell’s Contempt,” Washington Post, Feb 5 1963, A12  Letter defending U.S. activists

“England’s Angry Old Man” (in French), Réalités Paris, no.153 (Feb 15 1963), 44-9  Interview

“Lord Russell’s Plea,” Toronto Daily Star, Feb 28 1963, 6  Letter to editor defending activist

“A Message from Lord Russell,” New Outlook 6, no.3 (Mar-Apr 1963), 2  On Arab refugees

“Labour and the Intellectuals,” New Statesman 65 (Mar 1 1963), 304-5  Letter on Cuban crisis

“Ekklesis tou Rassel eta Enomena Ethene,” Avgi (Athens), Mar 2 1963, 1  Letter to U.N.

“Labour and the Intellectuals,” New Statesman 65 (Mar 8 1963), 336  Letter to editor

“The Unthinkable,” The Observer, Mar 10 1963, 11  Letter on review of Herman Kahn book

“Labour and the Intellectuals,” New Statesman 65 (Mar 15 1963), 374-376  Letter to editor

“The Press as a Weapon,” The Saturday Review 46, no.11 (Mar 16 1963), 31  Letter to editor

“The Unthinkable,” The Observer, Mar 24 1963, 13  Letter to editor

“Stop Testing Now!” The Washington Post, Mar 25 1963, A14  Letter to editor

Message to Latin American Congress of Solidarity with Cuba, Pravda, Mar 26 1963, 3  In English Current Digest of the Soviet Press 15, no.12 (Apr 17 1963), 24

Warning of nuclear war, Views (London), no.1 (spring 1963), 6  Message

“The Myth of American Freedom,” Frontier 14, no.6 (Apr 1963), 5-8  Repr. RSN, no. 32 (Nov 1981), 4

Asian political hopes, I Speak to You through Letters (India) 4 (Apr 1 1963), 2  Letter

“Bunker Plan Is Pathetic,” Daily Worker, Apr 15 1963, 1; Guardian, Apr 17 1963, 3  Statement

“50th Birthday Greetings for the New Statesman Jubilee,” New Statesman 65 (Apr 19 1963), 570

“ ‘Ban Bomb’ Britons Held in Greece,” The Times, Apr 22 1963, 12  Excerpt of statement

“Unarmed Victory,” The Times, Apr 23 1963, 13  Letter to editor

“Sense and Sensibility,” The Times, Apr 24 1963, 13  Letter on preventing nuclear war

“Rally’s Promise to the Widow,” Daily Worker (London), Apr 27 1963, 1  Statement

Message supporting Algerians, African Revolution 1, no.1 (May 1963), 4

“Aid for Vietnam Assailed,” The New York Times, May 4 1963, 24  Repr. BRA2 ch.14  Letter

“Word from Russell,” The New York Times, May 5 1963, sec.6, p.12  Letter to the editor

“ ‘Greek Nazis,’ by Lord Russell,” Daily Herald, May 8 1963  Excerpt of statement

“Russell Urges Britons to Harass Government,” The New York Times, May 14 1963, 3  Statement

“Undeterred,” The Sunday Times (London), May 19 1963, 33  Letter to editor

Polaris Bases in Britain, Daily Worker (London), May 20 1963, 1  Letter

“Telephone Guerillas,” Peace News, no.1,404 (May 24 1963), 11  Letter to editor

“ ‘Death Plot’ Crisis for Frederika,” Daily Herald, May 24 1963  Excerpt from statement

“Russell Protests to Embassy,” Daily Worker (London), May 27 1963, 1  Statement

“Greek Govt Is Accused by Earl Russell,” Daily Worker (London), May 29 1963, 1  Statement

“Genetic Effects,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 19, no.6 (Jun 1963):,  31-2  Letter

On the death of Pope John, The Guardian, Jun 4 1963, 16  Excerpt of statement

“Encouraging, Says Russell,” Daily Worker (London), Jun 13 1963, 1  Statement on Greece

“Lord Russell’s Pledge on Greece,” The Guardian, Jun 14 1963  Statement on Greek royal visit

“The Committee of 100 and Greece,” The Guardian, Jun 18 1963, 8  Letter to editor

“Russell’s Plea for Soviet Jews,” The Observer, Jun 23 1963, 3  Excerpts from letter

“Political Conditions in Greece,” The Guardian, Jun 27 1963, 8  Letter to editor

“Prisoners of the Greeks,” The Sunday Times, Jul 7 1963, 25  Letter on Greek civil war

“We Follow Greek Royal Pair,” Committee of 100, The Guardian, Jul  9 1963, 1, 11  Letter

“The People Protest,” Daily Worker (London), Jul 10 1963, 1  Letter on riot over Greek visit

“Russell for Third Parties,” The Texas Observer (Austin), 55, no.16 (Jul 12 1963), 14  Letter

“Royal Visitors from Greece,” The Times, Jul 12 1963, 11  Letter on demonstrations

“The Ethics of the Sunday Times,” Peace News, no. 1,411 (Jul 12 1963), 12  Letter

“1.3 Percent Justice,” The Daily Telegraph, Jul 12 1963, 28  Letter on Greek political prisoners

“Soviet Rules Out Paying U.N. Debt,” The New York Times, Jul 14 1963  Reports of letter

“Barbarism,” Daily Worker (London), Jul 18 1963, 1  Letter on Greek political prisoners

“Demonstrators,” The Observer, Jul 21 1963, 9  Letter on protests during Greek royal visit

On test-ban treaty, Daily Worker (London), Jul 27 1963  Excerpts from brief statement

Message to al-Hamishmar, al-Hamishmar (Tel Aviv), Jul 29 1963, 27

On the Cold War, Frontier 14, no.10 (Aug 1963), 23  Letter to the editor.

“Message from Earl Russell,” No More Hiroshimas! 10, no.3 (Aug-Oct 1963), 23

“CND and the Test Ban Treaty,” The Guardian, Aug 2 1963, 8  Letter to editor

“Prelude to Another Cold War?” The Times, Aug 15 1963, 9  Letter on China and the bomb

“The New Doctrine of Aggression,” The Guardian, Aug 20 1963, 8  Letter to editor

“Nuclear Weapons and the Free World,” The Guardian, Aug 28 1963, 8  Letter to editor

“Greek Prisoners,” The Guardian, Sep 4 1963, 8  Letter to editor

On nuclear weapons, Asahi (Kyushu edition), Sep 21 1963  Letters in Japanese

“Abuse of South Africa,” The Daily Telegraph, Sep 25 1963, 14  Letter to editor

“Ich Bin Empört,” Blinkfüer (Hamburg), 12, no.39 (Sep 27 1963), 1  Letter

“World Needs Free Access to News,” New York Herald Tribune, Sep 29 1963, 26  Letter

On pamphlet War by Accident?, Sanity (Montreal), 1, no. 8 (Oct 1963), 2  Letter

“Monstrous Injustice,” New York Herald Tribune, Oct 5 1963, 10  Letter to the editor

“West Germany,” The Observer, Oct 6 1963, 28  Letter to editor

“West Germany,” The Observer, Oct 20 1963, 30  Letter to editor

“Danger to Indian Democracy,” The Radical Humanist 27 (Oct 27 1963), 481  Letter

On Iranian prisoners, Iran-Azad (London), no.15 (Nov 1963), 4  Letter in Persian

“Harsh Sentence,” The Times, Nov 1 1963, 13  Letter to editor on Rev. Ashton Jones

“Times Enough to Kill World,” Daily Worker (London), Nov 9 1963, 5  Letter

“Bertrand Russell’s Challenge,” Prevent World War III, no.63 (winter 1963), 6  Letter

African American deaths in U.S.A., The Minority of One 5, no.12 (Dec 1963), 22  Letter

“Only Begetter,” The Times, Dec 4 1963, 13  Letter on Shakespeare sonnets

“Dr. Richard Weyl,” The Observer, Dec 8 1963, 14  Letter to editor

On the Indo-Pakistani Conflict, Wisdom (Sind University, Hyderabad), 2 (1963), 4  Letter

1964

“Earl Russell Criticises Life in Prisons,” Evening Post and News (Nottingham), Jan 11 1964, 1  Excerpt of letter

“Savagery,” The Observer (London), Jan 12 1964, 30  Letter on cruelty around the world

“Neutrality for Vietnam,” New York Herald Tribune, Jan 17 1964, 30  Letter to editor

“Political Persecution,” Sunday Times (London), Feb 2 1964, 18  Letter on West Germany

“Appeal to End Slaughter in Rwanda,” The Guardian, Feb 5 1964, 12  Statement

“Portuguese Freed after 13 Years,” The Times, Feb 11 1964, 9  Report quotes Russell message

“Earl Russell and Vietnam,” The Observer, Feb 16 1964, 30  Letter on chemical warfare

The value of music, Portland Symphony Journal, Feb 17 1964, inside front cover  Letter

“Khrushchev Gets Appeal on Jews,” The New York Times, Feb 18 1964, 3  Letter alleging cruelty to Jews

Vietnam and chemical warfare, Tribune, Feb 28 1964, 3  Repr. BRA2 ch.18  Letter

“Gegen die Bombe,” Zivil (Offenbach, West Germany), 9, no.3a (Mar 1964), 7  Telegram

“Wrong Policy in Vietnam,” New York Herald Tribune, Mar 4 1964  Letter

“Threat of World War III Voiced to Stanford Group,” Palo Alto Times, Mar 10 1964  Statement

“Bertrand Russell Voices His Support for Free Travel Campaign [for Koreans from Japan to Korea],” The People’s Korea (Tokyo), no.157 (Mar 11 1964), 3  Letter

“Bertrand Russell Backs Bloomington Students,” World Outlook 2, no.12 (Mar 20 1964), 5

On German nuclear neutrality, Deutsche Volkszeitung (Düsseldorf), Mar 20 1964, 1  Message

“Lord Russell’s Appeal,” Facts on Iran (London), no.6 (Mar 30 1964), 4-5  Statement on repression in Iran

“Russell Sends Greetings,” Free Mind, Apr-May 1964, 13  Message to humanists

“May 2 Demonstrations Backed by Russell,” National Guardian, Apr 4 1964, 6  Letter excerpt

“Bertrand Russell Protests,” The Guardian, Apr 13 1964  Statement on persecution of Iranian

Boycott South Africa, The Daily Telegraph, Apr 15 1964  Message urging boycott

“Bertrand Russell Scolds Paterson State,” The Morning Call (Wayne, NJ), Apr 28 1964  On suspending students

“Botschaft Bertrand Russells an die Offentlichkeit,” Vorgänge (Munich), no.5 (May 1964), 198  Message of formation of BRPF

To Russian Children, New World Review 32, no.5 (May 1964), 37  Message on nuclear war

“Russell Greets Jewish-Arab Institute,” New Outlook 7, no.4 (May 1964), 3  Message

“Bertrand Russell,” The Guardian, May 2 1964, 8  Letter on the BRPF

“Averting War,” The Times, May 4 1964, 15  Letter on the BRPF

“Pacifist Is Accused over Explosives,” The Guardian, May 4 1964  Letters to Irish authorities

“Force in South Arabia,” The Daily Telegraph (London), May 9 1964, 10  Letter

“End Flights Over Cuba,” New York Herald Tribune, May 9 1964, 10  Letter to editor

“Schweitzer,” The Observer, May 10 1964, 30  Letter

“Split Infinitive,” The Daily Telegraph, May 15 1964, 18  Letter on grammar

Longshoreman’s Union, The Dispatcher (San Francisco), 22, no.10 (May 15 1964), 3  Letter

“Sir Bertrand Russell Expresses Solidarity Towards Venezuelan Political Prisoners,” Revolutionary Venezuela (London), 2, no.4 (May 20 1964), 1  Letter

“Split Infinitive,” The Daily Telegraph, May 22 1964, 16  Letter on grammar controversy

“Russell’s Tribute to Nehru,” The Leader (India), May 29 1964, 5  Statement

“Lord Russell’s Statement Concerning the Shah’s Tour to the U.S.A.” Facts on Iran, no.7 (May 30 1964), 1

“A New Approach to Peace,” The Minority of One 6, no.6 (Jun 1964), 6-9  Repr. ABR3, 179-87  BRPF speech

Disarmament, Our Generation against Nuclear War 3, no.1 (Jun 1964), 3  IWCT statement

“Friends of Peace,” The Times, Jun 1 1964, 11  Letter to editor on leaving Labour Party

“Bertrand Russell Endorses Aid to S. Vietnam Front,” The Haverford News (PA), Jun 5 1964, 2  Letter of support for students fund-raising for the National Liberation Front

“Lord Russell and the Tinkers,” The Irish Times, Jun 6 1964, 1  Letter on Irish itinerants

“Earl Russell Protests to Portugal,” The Guardian, Jun 17 1964  Letter on political prisoners

“Earl Russell Points Moral for Brandt,” Daily Worker (London), Jun 20 1964, 5  Excerpt from letter on banning the Communist Party from West Germany

“Provokatsep Protev Kubi Nedopustemi,” Pravda, Jun 24 1964, 2  Letter to Khrushchev

“War in Indochina,” The Guardian, Jun 27 1964, 8  Letter to editor, signed by Russell and J. D. Bernal

“From Lord Russell,” Examiner (New York high school student paper), 2 (Summer 1964), 14  Letter to students on human survival

“Message,” TiersMonde 5 (Jul-Sep 1964), 628  On the responsibilities of scientists

“Lord Russell’s Warning on Middle East,” The Jewish Chronicle (London), Jul 10 1964, 13  Includes excerpt of conference message

“Bertrand Russell Assails Paterson State Again,” The Morning Call, Paterson, NJ, Jul 23 1964  On the suspension of faculty members

“For Inspection,” The Sunday Times, Jul 26 1964, 15  Letter on nuclear disarmament

“Genuine Grievances Caused the Riots,” New York Herald Tribune, Aug 5 1964  Letter

“Jews Send Appeal to Lord Russell,” The Guardian, Aug 3 1964, 9  Excerpt of letter

“Aktualnaia Zadacha Sovremennosti; Zaiavlenio Bertrana Rassela,” Pravda, Aug 4 1964  Statement on disarmament

“Lord Russell Pleads for Huks,” Laging Una (Los Angeles) 15, no.8 (Aug 5 1964), 1-2  Letter

“Warning by Russell,” Daily Worker (London), Aug 19 1964, 1  Excerpt of statement on Cyprus

“U.S. in the Congo,” The Guardian, Aug 22 1964, 6  Repr. BRA2 ch.18  Letter to editor

“Vietnam,” The Times, Aug 26 1964, 9  Letter to editor

Supports Anti-Goldwater Efforts, Resistance 2, no.9 (Sep 1 1964), 20  Letter to editor

“Stetler Defended,” The Washington Post, Sep 5 1964, A8  Repr. The Minority of One 6, no.10 (Oct 1964), 7  Letter

“Vietnam,” The Times, Sep 3 1964, 11  Letter to editor

“Bertrand Russell Asks Censure of US Viet Policy,” Los Angeles Times, Sep 21 1964, pt.1, p.11  Excerpts from statement on Gulf of Tonkin bombing

Message on Thomas Paine, Bulletin of the Thomas Paine Society, autumn 1964

“Turizm I Mir,” Turist (Sophia) 9, no.50 (Oct 1964), 3  Brief message

Letter to Mossadegh to be a BRPF sponsor, INF Informationen, no.6 (Oct 1964), 1

“Vietnam,” The Times, Oct 27 1964, 11  Letter to editor

Conference Message on Soviet Jews, Le Monde (Paris), Oct 30 1964, 24  Statement excerpt

“Appeal on the Danger of Goldwater’s Policies,” The Torch (Sydney) 22, no.2 (Nov 1964), 3

“Bertrand Russell on Einstein,” SSRS Newsletter, no.147 (Nov 1964), 1  Message to meeting

“Peace Foundation,” The Times of India (New Delhi), Dec 2 1964, 8  Letter to editor

“Russian Refused Visa to Visit Lord Russell,” Daily Telegraph, Dec 16 1964, 13  Letter excerpt

1965

On the Congo, Africa and the World 1, no.4 (Jan 1965), 46-7  Two statements

“Soviet Anti-Semitism: An Exchange,” Commentary 39, no.1 (Jan 1965), 35-7  Repr. RSN, no.20 (Feb 1979), 6-8  Reprint of two letters to Soviet journal

Greetings, News Service (International Union of Students, Prague), no.1 (Jan 1965), 10-11

“Tippit: The Timing,” The Sunday Times, London, Jan 10 1965, 10  Letter on the Kennedy assassination and Oswald

“Opasnost Velika,” Pravda, Jan 18 1965, 1  Statement on a multilateral nuclear force

“The Gandhian Way,” The Illustrated Weekly of India (Bombay) 86, no.5 (Jan 31 1965), 34  Reply to questions on Gandhi and nonviolence

“Condemn Raids, Russell Urges,” Toronto Daily Star, Feb 9 1965, 2  Excerpt of letter to Johnson on North Vietnam raids

“Lord Russell Calls Conference,” The Guardian (London and Manchester), Feb 22 1965  Press statement excerpts for a BRPF conference that never took place

“America’s Violence,” Daily Worker (London), Feb 24 1965, 1  Statement on the assassination of Malcolm X

“Forum,” Bertrand Russell Journal for India, New Delhi, no.1 (Mar 1965), 16-18  Answers to 9 questions about nuclear weapons for India

“Ringing out the Truth,” The Ghanaian Times, Mar 10 1965, 6-7  Letter on the attempted assassination of Kwame Nkrumah

“Bertrand Russell Advierte al Mundo,” La Naciòn (Buenos Aires), Mar 15 1965  Statement on Vietnam

“Russell and Vietnam,” The Observer (London), Mar 21 1965, 28  Letter to editor

“Big Praise for Osagyefo,” Daily Graphic (Accra), Mar 29 1965, 1; West Africa (London), Mar 27 1965  Excerpts from statement on Nkrumah commuting death sentence

Nuclear War, Hudde Lights (student magazine, Brooklyn NY), Spring 1965, 8  Letter

“Opening Statement to the Conference,” Iraq Information Bulletin (London), no.3 (Apr 1965), 2

“Lord Russell,” Elan: Zeitung für internationale Jugendbegegnung (Dortmund), Apr 1965  Letter on youth peace conference

“Reports from Vietnam,” The Observer, Apr 4 1965, 28  Letter

“Russell Is Quoted on Riots in Harlem,” The New York Times, Apr 7 1965, 29  Excerpt of statement

“Protest at Execution,” Daily Worker (London), Apr 17 1965, 1  Letter on Vietnam execution

“Mr. Johnson’s ‘Contempt for World Opinion’” The Guardian, Jun 10 1965  Brief excerpt from statement

“Russell Calls for Impartial Probe on Rann” [of Kutch], Dawn (Dacca), Jun 12 1965  Statement

“Police Beating: Russell Protest,” Daily Worker (London), Jun 15 1965, 1  Statement

“Routine,” The Nation (New York) 200 (Jun 28 1965), 686; The Progressive 29, no.8 (Aug 1965), 29  Letter on napalm and Vietnam

“The Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation,” The Minority of One 7, no.7 (Jul 1965), 12  Report on activities

“Huge Turnout for Lobby,” Daily Worker, Jul 1 1965, 1  News report of Russell carrying sign that reads “End Anglo-American Butchery in Vietnam”

“Vietnam Teach-In,” The Observer, Jul 11 1965, 26  Excerpt from letter

“Ovation for Vietnam Peace Leader,” Daily Worker (London), Jul 12 1965, 3  Peace congress message

“Cuba Rally Ban: Protest by Russell,” Daily Worker (London), Aug 6 1965, 3  Excerpts from statement on U.S. treatment of Cuba

“Peaceniks Get Support,” The Victoria Daily Times (Victoria, BC), Aug 21 1965, 11  Letter excerpts

“Call to Lift Ban on the Bolshoi,” The Guardian, Aug 23 1965, 3  From a letter

“Delegation to Wilson on Bombing,” The Daily Telegraph, Aug 24 1965  Statement excerpt

“Waiting for Visas,” The Times, London, 25 Aug 1965, p. 9  Letter to editor

“Russell’s Request for Liberation Visas Rejected,” Daily Worker (London), Sep 2 1965, 1  News report with Russell statement

“Russell Asks Shastri to End Aggression,” Dawn (Karachi), Sep 2 1965  Telegram to India Prime Minister

“Russell Lauds Schweitzer,” The Manila Chronicle, Sep 6 1965, 2; The Sun (Vancouver), Sep 7 1963, 10  Statement on death of Schweitzer

“ ‘U.N. Should Declare India Aggressor,’ Russell,” Morning News (Karachi), Sep 28 1965  Statement

“Hatchery and Humbug,” The Week 4, no.13 (Oct 7 1965), 11  Statement on Labour Party politics

“Lord Russell’s Busy Year,” The Sunday Telegraph, Oct 10 1965, 5  Letter to editor

“Actions Barbarous,” The Sun (Vancouver), Oct 23 1965, 5; Toronto Daily Star, Dec 4 1965, 39  Letter to editor

“Russell Backs Bhutto,” Dawn (Dacca), Oct 30 1965  Excerpt of letter to Bhutto

“Russell Backs Tutor,” Daily Mail, Nov 16 1965  Statement in support of Ken Coates

1966

“70 MPs Cable: Halt Raids,” Daily Worker (London), Feb 1 1966, 1  Press statement excerpt on Vietnam bombing

“The Example of Cuba,” World Outlook 4, no.1 (Feb 4 1966), 30-2  Statement for Havana radio

“That Russell Letter,” Toronto Daily Star, Feb 19 1966, “Star Weekly,” 39  Letter

Man on Moon, Paris Match, no.881 (Feb 26 1966), 42-45  Reply to article comment

“Bertrand Russell’s Statement on The Harlem Rising,” The Week 5 (Mar 10 1966), 11

“The Message of Bertrand Russell,” Information Bulletin (publication of International Committee of Amnesty for Iraqi Political Prisoners), 1 (Mar 1966), 5  Message to conference

“Russell Charges U.S. Is Moving Toward Nuclear Attack,” World Outlook 4, no.13 (Apr 29 1966), 3  Press statement

Statement on Soviet Jews, The Jewish Chronicle (London), Mar 27 1966  Repr. RSN, no.20 (Nov 1978), 10-11

“Earl Bertrand Russell Condemns the Use of Toxic Gas by the Iraqi Army Against the Kurdish People,” Information Bulletin, no.3 (Jun 1966), 1  Excerpt of statement

“A Message from Bertrand Russell,” Vietnam Solidarity Bulletin (London), 1, no.3 (Jun 1966), 1  Message of support for conference

“Russell’s Plan for Vietnam: War Crime Tribunal,” Dawn (Karachi), Jun 9 1966, 1  Excerpt of message to be broadcast to Vietnamese

“Vietnam Manifesto,” New Statesman 71 (Jun 24 1966), 928  Letter to editor

“ ‘Planned for Over a Year,’ Russell,” Morning Star, Jul 1 1966, 1  Statement on U.S. bombing of Hanoi

“Vietnam Manifesto,” New Statesman 72 (Jul 8 1966), 52  Repr. BRA2 ch.19  Letter to editor

“Vietcong Wrong?” The Guardian, Jul 13 1966, 10  Repr. BRA2 ch.19  Letter to editor

“Russell Pleads for Red Planes,” The Spectator (Hamilton, ON), Jul 21 1966, 1  Press release

On Captured U.S. Pilots, Le Monde, Jul 22 1966, 3  A three-sentence excerpt from press statement

“Lord Russell Writes,” The Boston Globe, Aug 4 1966, 18  Letter announces IWCT

“Couple Ejected from Vietnam Embassy,” The Times, Aug 12 1966  One sentence excerpted froms statement supporting couple

“ ‘War Crimes Trial’ for Johnson in Paris Poses Problem for U.S.,” The Washington Post, Aug 14 1966, A18  Contains excerpt from Russell letter on IWCT

“Soviet Forces Ready to Aid Hanoi,” The Times (London), Aug 18 1966, 7  Quotes Russell statement in article

“Philosopher Concerned Over Magno Bueno Case,” The Manila Times, Aug 22 1966  Letter

“Joint Declaration on the Mitchell Case,” Downdraft (Brooklyn), 3, no.4 (Sep 1966), 1  Statement of support for draft resister

“Bertrand Russell Replies on Vietnam,” Tribune, Sep 2 1966, 7  Letter to editor

“Ayub’s Rival,” The Economist 220 (Sep 3 1966), 872  Letter in defence of Z. Ali Bhutto

“Bertrand Russell Backs Fort Hood 3,” The Militant (NY), 30, no.34 (Sep 12 1966), 1; excerpted “Army Opens Trial for Vietnam Foe,” The New York Times, Sep 7 1966, 4  Message of support

“War Crimes?” Newsweek 68, no. 11 (Sep 12 1966), 2  Excerpted letter in reply to article

“Un Mensaje de Bertrand Russell a Los Americanos de Vietnam,” Siempre! (Mexico), no. 690 (Sep 14 1966), 19-20  Repr. (with omissions) WCV  Message in Spanish

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” New York Herald Tribune (Paris), Sep 14 1966, 4  Letter

“An Invitation to Lyndon Johnson,” National Guardian 18, no. 50 (Sep 17 1966):3  Repr. (with omissions) BRA2 ch.19  Letter inviting Johnson to IWCT

“War in Vietnam,”  Letter, The Times, Sep 21 1966, 11

“De Russell, el Estadista, a Kosiguin, el Filósofo,” Marcha, no. 1,322 (Sep 23 1966), 20  Letter asking Kosygin to supply war planes to the Vietnamese, with Kosygin’s reply, in Spanish

“Soviet Volunteers Offered,” The Times, Sep 27 1966, 8  With two words from a Russell statement

“Partisan Defence in Vietnam,” The Daily Telegraph (London), Sep 30 1966, 16  Letter

“War in Vietnam,” The Times, Sep 30 1966, 11  Letter

“Russell Defends War Crimes Trial,” The New York Times, Oct 6 1966, 46  Letter

“Vietnam Guilt,” New Statesman 72 (Oct 21 1966), 586  Letter

“Bertrand Russell Demands the Release of the Mexican Trotskyists,” Red Flag (Organ of the Trotskyite Revolutionary Workers’ Party, London), no. 38 (Nov 6 1966), 1  Letter

“Lord Russell Speaks of ‘Pressure,’” The Daily Telegraph, Nov 14 1966, 19  Excerpt of statement on resignation of BRPF sponsors due to outside pressure

1967

“Plea from Russell,” The Jewish Chronicle (London), Feb 17 1967, 11  Letter to Kosygin

“False and True,” The Observer, Mar 12 1967, 33  Letter correcting error in ABR1

“Students on Hunger Strike,” Sun (London), Mar 15 1967, 1; The Daily Telegraph (London), Mar 15 1967; Daily Mail (London), Mar 15 1967, 1  Telegram supports LSE striking students

“Appeals on Behalf Of Hugo Blanco,” Foundation Bulletin (New York) 1, no.10 (Apr 15 1967), 2  Cable to Pope

“Recorded Message for Spring Mobilization,” Foundation Bulletin 1, no.10 (Apr 15 1967), 4-6  Repr BRA2 ch.19

“Lord Russell’s Denial,” Newsweek 69, no.17 (Apr 24 1967), 4  Letter to editor denying Newsweek story

IWCT, The Sunday Telegraph (London), Apr 30 1967  Press statement excerpt

“Further Outrageous Chapter,” Morning Star (London), May 2 1967, 1  Press statement on Greek political prisoner

Appeal for Hugo Blanco to the President of Peru, World Outlook 5 (May 5 1967): 458

“Tribunal Unable to Meet in Britain,” The Times, May 10 1967, 6  Statement on UK unwillingness to admit Vietnamese for tribunal

Brief quote on the CIA and Régis Debray, Le Monde (Paris), May 19 1967, 10

“Debray Plight,” International Herald Tribune (Paris), Jun 15 1967, 4; World Outlook 5 (Jun 30 1967), 641  Letter of protest to editor

“Who Is Undesirable?” The Observer, Jun 25 1967, 14  Letter on denial of visas to IWCT members

“Bertrand Russell Scores Israel as Aggressor,” World Outlook 5 (Jun 30 1967), 644; London Bulletin, no. 1 (Aug 1967), 6  Press statement

“Bertrand Russell Urges Ban on Use of Napalm,” World Outlook 5 (Jul 14 1967), 680; London Bulletin, no. 1 (Aug 1967), 6-7  Press statement

Message to Cuba Conference on Latin American Solidarity, London Bulletin, no.1 (Aug 1967), 4

Statement on Venezuelan political prisoners, London Bulletin, no.1 (Aug 1967), 4

Statement on Mexican political prisoners, London Bulletin, no.1 (Aug 1967), 4

Statement on Hugo Blanco, London Bulletin, no.1 (Aug 1967), 4-5

Statement on a Peruvian political prisoner, London Bulletin, no.1 (Aug 1967), 5

“Mr. I. Deutscher,” The Times, Aug 30 1967, 8; with 2 paragraphs added, London Bulletin, no.2 (Sep 1967), 2  Statement on his death

“Message,” Probe ’67 (Journal of the Science Students’ Council, University of the Witwatersrand), no. 1 (1967), 9  Four sentences from Russell

“Message to the Tokyo Tribunal,” London Bulletin, no.2 (Sep 1967), 31

“Vietnam Elections,” The Times, Sep 9 1967, 11  Letter from Bertrand and Conrad Russell

“Tory Instincts,” London Bulletin, no.3 (Oct 1967), 2-3  On the Labour government

“Opposing Fascism in Greece,” London Bulletin, no.3 (Oct 1967), 3-4  Press statement

“Hugo Blanco: Peruvian Martyr,” London Bulletin, no.3 (Oct 1967), 4  Press statement

“Message to the International Mobilisation, October 21-22,” London Bulletin, no.3 (Oct 1967), 21-2; World Outlook, 5 (Nov 13 1967), 892-3

Letter on Grosvenor Square demonstration against Vietnam War, The Guardian, Oct 26 1967, 10

Three sentences on R&eaacute;gis Debray, Le Monde, Nov 4 1967, 5  In French

1968

“Envía Bertrand Russell Mensaje a la OSPAAAL,” Granma (Havana), Jan 10 1968, 10  Message from Russell

“Saludos al Congreso,” Granma, Jan 6 1968, 9; in English, Granma Weekly Review 3, no.3 (Jan 21 1968), 6  Message from Russell

“Solidarity,” The Listener 79 (Jan 25 1968), 99-100  Statement on trial of Russian writers

Telegram in support of student union, The Daily Telegraph (London), Mar 2 1968

“Poles Asked to Free Woman,” The Guardian, Mar 22 1968, 1; full text, World Outlook 6 (Apr 26 1968), 372  Excerpt of press statement

“Brev från Bertrand Russell,” Aftonbladet (Stockholm), Mar 26 1968, 4  Letter to editor

“Polish Professors,” The Times (London), Apr 6 1968, 9  Letter to editor

“Bertrand Russell Sees Complete Defeat for US in Vietnam,” World Outlook 6 (Apr 19 1968), 348; London Bulletin, no.5 (Summer 1968), 94-5  Statement for rally

“Tariq Ali,” Sun (London), May 15 1968, 4  Letter to editor

Statement of support for Hull University student campaign, The Guardian, Jun 12 1968

Statement of support for Ralph Schoenman, Sun (London), Jun 20 1968

Statement denying responsibility for Schoenman’s actions, Sun (London), Jun 24 1968

“Statement by Bertrand Russell Against Racial Discrimination,” London Bulletin, no.5 (summer 1968), 94

Statement on assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., London Bulletin, no.5 (summer 1968), 95

“Russell Urges Soviet to Avoid Intervention,” The New York Times, Jul 22 1968, 2; full text, London Bulletin, no. 8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 39  Cable to Kosygin

“Call to Stop Arms to Lagos,” The Guardian, Jul 29, 1968, 20  Excerpts from statement

“Czechoslovakia,” The Times, Aug 13 1968, 7  Letter to editor

Message to secularist protest meeting on Pope Paul’s encyclical on birth control, Freethinker (London), 88 (Aug 16 1968), 264

“Russell Answers a Czech S.O.S.,” New York Post, Aug 26 1968, 18  Cable to Brezhnev on Soviet troops in Czechoslovakia

“The Russians in Czechoslovakia,” The Guardian, Aug 26 1968, 8  Repr. London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 40  Letter to editor

“Czechoslovakia,” The Times, Sep 16 1968, 9  Repr. London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 40  Letter to editor

Message to Demonstration for Czechoslovakia, War Resistance (London), 2 (2nd and 3rd quarters 1968), 1  Repr. London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 39-42

“Statements on the Invasion of Czechoslovakia,” London Bulletin, no.6 (autumn 1968), 84

“Russell and Sartre Urge Boycott of Olympic Games in Mexico,” Intercontinental Press 6 (Oct 14 1968), 858-9  Statement

“Bulgaria and the Balkans,” The Times, Oct 22 1968, 9  Letter to editor

“In Defence of the 26 Trotskyists,” Red Flag, no.79 (Dec 10 1968), 1  Press statement

“Bertrand Russell Criticizes Warsaw on Anti-Semitism,” The New York Times, Dec 13 1968, 10  Excerpts of open letter to Polish president

“Russell Protests Imprisonment of Former Foreign Minister in Pakistan,” Intercontinental Press 6 (Dec 16 1968), 1,135  Statement on arrest of Bhutto

“Military Prosecutor in Iran Announces Trial of 14 Political Prisoners,” Intercontinental Press 6 (Dec 16 1968), 1,139  Cable of protest to Shah of Iran

“Bertrand Russell Issues Appeal for Iranian Political Prisoners,” Intercontinental Press 6 (Dec 16 1968), 1,139-40  Statement

1969

“Appeal on Czechoslovakia,” signed by hundreds, London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 44-5  First published as “Czechoslovakia” and signed by John Cheever, Maxwell Geismar, Robert Lowell, Arthur Miller, I.F. Stone, William Styron, New York Review of Books 11, no.12 (Jan 2 1969), 42-3

“Looking The Other Way,” The Times (London), Jan 16 1969, 11  Repr. London Bulletin, no.10 (Jun-Jul 1969), 43  Letter to editor

“Bertrand Russell Plans a Hearing on the Czechs,” The New York Times, Jan 24 1969, 6; full statement in Intercontinental Press 7 (Feb 3 1969), 93  Excerpt of statement

“Message from Bertrand Russell to the Stockholm Conference on Vietnam to Be Held December 13-14,” London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 43  Repr. PCS, 380

Statements on Czechoslovakia and Poland, London Bulletin, no.8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 39-42

“Boycott on Russell Meeting,” statement excerpt, Sunday Telegraph, Feb 2 1969; full text  “Bertrand Russell’s Message to the Stockholm Conference on Czechoslovakia,” Intercontinental Press 7 (Feb 17 1969), 146; London Bulletin, no.9 (Apr 1969), 4

“Russell Answers Zycie Warszawy on Anti-Semitism in Poland,” Intercontinental Press 7 (Feb 17 1969), 170-1  Repr. London Bulletin, no. 10 Jun-Jul 1969), 43  Statement

On Free Will, The Humanist 29, no.2 (Mar-Apr 1969), 24  Repr. Lamont Freedom of Choice Affirmed, 1969  Letter

“Doctor’s Plea to Let Aged Die Starts Protests,” The Daily Telegraph (London), Apr 30 1969, 1, 30  Quotes excerpt of letter

“Czechoslovakia,” The Times, Aug 19 1969, 9  Letter to editor

“Statement on the Death of Ho Chi Minh, Sep 4 1969,” London Bulletin, no.9 (Sep 8 1969), 1

“Coming Czech Trials,” The Times, Nov 25 1969, 9  Letter to editor

“Russell Asks Thant to Seek Inquiry on Massacre Issue,” excerpt of letter, The New York Times, Dec 2 1969, 4  Repr. (in full) PCS, 384

“Russell in Protest to Russia,” The Irish Press (Dublin), Dec 4 1969, 9  Open letter to Kosygin

“Political Asylum,” The Guardian, Dec 9 1969, 12  Letter to editor

“Russell Disowns Schoenman,” The Guardian, Dec 10 1969, 4  Excerpt of letter


* 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, 21, 28, 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 copies of the books and articles by Russell.