Studies on the Left

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Studies on the Left began publishing in Madison, Wisconsin, in the fall of 1959 and ceased publication in New York City in the summer of 1967. During those seven and a half years, twenty-eight editors served as board members, some for less than a year, others for almost the entire time. Although all the editors were leftists they represented a wide range of views and tendencies and many professional concerns and interests[1].

We believe that Studies on the Left was important in two ways. First, it helped to revive radical scholarship in the United States and to create a new radical understanding of the American political economy. Second, Studies contributed to the consciousness and ideological development of the New Left.

Editors of Studies On The Left

Editors are listed in chronological order. Only resident editorial board members are listed. The many non-resident and associate editors are not includedconcerns and interests[2].)

References

  1. FOR A NEW AMERICA Essays in History and Politic from Studies on the Left,1959-1967 pages 4.5
  2. FOR A NEW AMERICA Essays in History and Politic from Studies on the Left,1959-1967 pages 4.5