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Overview of the One Hundred Years of Revolutionary Internationals Conference proceedings 64025 64025
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Sound recordings

Physical Description: 10 sound tape reels
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Session 1, Monday morning 05 October 1964

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1. Introductory remarks by Dr. Campbell
a. Dr. Sterling
b. Dr. Campbell
c. Dr. Claude Buss
2. "The First International"
a. Jacques Freymond, main speaker
b. Boris Nicolaevsky, read by Barbara Burke
c. Bertram Wolfe
d. Dr. Missour?
e. Bertram Wolfe
f. Boyer, University of California
g. Boris Nicolaevsky ?
h. Stefan Possony
i. Herminio Portellvila
3. "The Second International"
a. Gerhart Niemeyer, main speaker
b. Carl Landauer
c. Daniel Bell
4. "The Anarchist Tradition"
a. Max Nomad, main speaker
b. Hans Gerth
c. ?
d. ?
e. Richard Lowenthal
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Session 2, Monday afternoon 05 October 1964

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Introduction - Drachkovitch
Chairman - George
1. "The Third International"
a. Milorad Drachkovitch - main speaker
b. Charles Malamuth
c. Raymond Aron
d. Herminio Portellvila
e. ?
f. ?
g. ?
2. "Comintern's Splinter Movements"
a. Max Shachtman - main speaker
b. Robert V. Daniels (University of Vermont)
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Session 4, Tuesday morning 06 October 1964

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Berzinsky - Chairman
Wolfe - 1st speaker
Treadgold - commentator
Hook - discussion
Loewenthal - discussion
Feuer - discussion
Griffith (MIT) - discussion
Wolfe - rebuttal
Souvarine - 2nd speaker
Shapiro - commentator
Fainsod - 3rd speaker. Begins the discussion of Khrushchev.
Triska - commentator
Possony - discussion
Bochensky - discussion
Landauer - discussion
Niemeyer - discussion
Loewenthal - discussion
Wolfe - discussion
Fainsod - rebuttal
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Session 5, Tuesday afternoon 06 October 1964

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Scope and Contents note

Part 1 is not described.
Part 2 includes a discussion of communism in Yugoslavia, as it relates to communism in the Soviet Union and China.
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Session 7, Wednesday morning 07 October 1964

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Part 1:
Sidney Hook examines the impact of Marxism on the Western world. Professor Foyer of the University of California-Berkeley examines Marx's concept of alienation. A general discussion follows.
Following is a talk by a Swiss philosopher on Marxist thought in communist-controlled countries.
Part 2 is not described.
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Session 8, Gottfried Haberler luncheon lecture 07 October 1964

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An examination of Marx as an economist, not as a sociologist, etc.
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Session 9, Wednesday afternoon 07 October 1964

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Part 1 is not described
Part 2 is a discussion of Nikita Khrushchev and military rivalry between the USA and USSR. Following, a discussion of communist economics and ideology in general.
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Speeches by Isaiah Berlin and Raymond Aron on the impact of Maxist ideas 30 September 1964

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Part 1 is an Isaiah Berlin speech: The Impact of Marxism in the 19th Century
Berlin examines (a) the impact of the ideas of Karl Marx to 1914 and (b) the impact of these ideas on other thought movements. He says the two most important ideas are, first, monism and, second, the division of the world into children of light and children of darkness.
Part 2 is a Raymond Aron speech: The Impact of Marxism in the 20th Century
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Thursday panel 08 October 1964

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Several men discuss, as a panel and questions from the floor, international relations, war, cross-border broadcasting
 

The remainder of the collection is undescribed.