Socialist Scholars Conference 1966

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The 1966 Socialist Scholars Conference, was held September 9-11 , at the Hotel Commodore, New York.[1]

Steering Committee for 1966

In 1966, the following served on the Steering Committee for the 1966 Socialist Scholars Conference:[2]

Panels

On Socialist Man

Components of Contemporary Revolutionary Movements

Commentators:

Libermanism and Economic Reforms in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union

The New System of Economic Management and Planning in the USSR

A Critique of Economic Soviet Economic Union Reforms

Soviet and Eastern European Economic Reforms: A Hallway House

Commentators:

Realism in Literature Fantastic Realism

Critical Realism

Commentators:

Poverty and Powerlessness

Organizing the Poor: Can it Be Done?

Commentators:

Critique of Baran and Sweezy, Monopoly Capital

Dinner Address:

Political Ideology of American Corporate Liberalism

The Corporate Ideology of American Labor Leaders: From Gompers to Hillman

The Corporate-Liberal Ascendancy and the Socialist Acquiescence: An Inquiry into Strange Times

Commentators:

The Crisis of the Comintern: Fascism and the Popular Front

Communist Theories of Fascism, 1921-1935

The Formation of the Popular Front in France: Socialist-Communist Unity of Action in 1934

No Pararan! - Notes on the Origins of the Frente Popular

Commentators:

Contemporary Imperialism

The Economics of Contemporary U.S. Imperialism

Commentators:

The Legacy of Negro Slavery

The Legacy of Negro Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism

Commentators:

References

  1. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.
  2. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.