Socialist Studies (1981)

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Socialist Studies
Socialist Studies № 82-14.png
Cover of Socialist Studies № 82-14
Type Irregular pamphlet series
Format 5.5" × 8.5"
Owner(s) Socialist Labor Party
Publisher Socialist Labor Party
Founded 1981
Political alignment socialist
Language English

Socialist Studies was a series of publications published by the Socialist Labor Party of America. The series was inaugurated in 1981.

Many of the titles in the series were articles reprinted from the SLP's official journal, The People.

Series titles[edit]

1981[edit]

  • On Reformism (№ 81-1)
  • On the Transition to Socialism (№ 81-2)
  • Women and the Socialist Movement (№ 81-3)
  • Socialists and Abortion Rights (№ 81-4)
  • Morality and Class Struggle (№ 81-5)
  • Productivity and Inflation (№ 81-6)
  • Unity on the Left (№ 81-7)
  • The History Behind the Holocaust (№ 81-8)
  • How Socialism Would Solve Unemployment (№ 81-9)
  • Capitalism and Capital Punishment (№ 81-10)
  • The Class Struggle in Poland (№ 81-11)
  • The Labor Movement and El Salvador (№ 81-12)
  • The Abortion Issue: A Socialist View (№ 81-13)
  • Reform in the UMWA (№ 81-14)
  • The Middle East Conflict (№ 81-15)
  • The Polish Crisis (№ 81-17)
  • Socialism Means Workers' Control (№ 81-18)
  • What is Class Consciousness? (№ 81-19)
  • On the 'Law of Value' (№ 81-20)

1982[edit]

  • Class Strategy Needed for ERA (№ 82-1)
  • Origins of Women's Oppression (№ 82-2)
  • Poland and the American Left (№ 82-3)
  • Economics of Militarism (№ 82-4)
  • The Role of a Socialist Party (№ 82-5)
  • Imperialism and World Hunger (№ 82-6)
  • Inequalities Within the Working Class (№ 82-7)
  • What is 'Dual Unionism'? (№ 82-8)
  • The SLP and the Unions (№ 82-9)
  • Automation and Unemployment (№ 82-10)
  • Why Factories Close Down (№ 82-11)
  • Why Capitalism Can't Care for the Elderly (№ 82-12)
  • Arms Control: A History of Futility (№ 82-13)
  • The Changing Composition of the Working Class (№ 82-14)

1983[edit]

  • On Women and Work (№ 83-3)

Unknown[edit]

  • The Socialist Labor Party and the Law of Value
  • The History Behind the Holocaust
  • Nationalism: Working Class Nemesis
  • Earth Day & May Day: Two views of the future
  • Stand Up and Be Counted!
  • Workers and the 'Workerless' Economy
  • Is Cuba Socialist?