Volumes of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell


Volume 15: Uncertain Paths to Freedom: Russia and China, 1919–22

Edited by Richard A. Rempel and Beryl Haslam with the assistance of Albert C. Lewis and Andrew Bone
London and New York: Routledge, 2000.
Pages: ci, 684.
ISBN: 978-0-415-09411-5



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

PART I. POST-WAR REALITIES

1 Intellectual Guidance for the Masses [1919]
2 The Biology of War [1919]
3 Dreams and Facts [1919]
4 Democracy and Efficiency [1919]
5 Philosophers and Rebels [1919]
6 Democracy and Direct Action [1919]
7 Philosophy and Virtue [1919]
8 The Noble Army of Philosophers [1919]
9 “The Biology of War” [1919]
10 The Infancy of Socialism [1919]
11 New Powers and Old Frontiers [1919]
12 Taking Dr. Rabagliati to Task [1919]
13 The Triumph of Common Sense [1919]
14 Germany Before the War [1919]
15 An Englishman’s China [1919]
16 Liberty and Law [1919]
17 Why I Am a Guildsman [1919]
18 Holy Russia [1919]
19 The Seamy Side of Revolution [1919]
20 The Philosopher King [1919]
21 How Great Men Are Expected to Feel [1919]
22 “The Same Door—” [1919]
23 The Anatomy of Desire [1919]
24 Heroic Adventure in the Antarctic [1920]
25 Civilization and the Class Struggle [1920]
26 Feeble-Minded and Others [1920]
27 The God Demos [1920]
28 A Product of Environment [1920]
29 To Save an Innocent Man [1920]
30 Food and the Man [1920]
31 Religious Evolution [1920]
32 Socialism and Liberal Ideals [1920]

PART II. PILGRIMAGE TO RUSSIA: HOPES AND DISILLUSIONMENT

33 Journal of Trip to Russia [1920]
34 British Labour Delegation to Russia and the Illness of Mr. Clifford Allen [1920]
35 Impressions of Soviet Russia [1920]
36 Why Russia Endures Bolshevism [1920]
37 Industry in Undeveloped Countries [1920]
38 To the Editor of Shanghai Life [1920]
39 Bolshevism—Some Light on the Theory [1920]
40 The Uses of Education [1921]
41 The Prospects of Bolshevik Russia [1921]
42 Why I Support the Labour Party [1921]
43 The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism [1921]
44 Communist Ideals [1921]
45 The Relief of the Russian Famine [1921]

PART III. CHINA AT THE CROSSROADS

46 First Impressions of China [1920]
47 The Happiness of China [1921]
48 To the Editor of the New Republic [1921]

  49 Magdeleine Marx’s Book on Woman [1921]
50 China’s Road to Freedom [1921]
51 Capitalism in South China [1921]
52 Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Japanese Press [1921]
53 Ireland and Japan [1921]
54 Japan, U.S.A., and Us [1921]
55 China and the Powers [1921]
56 The Future of China [1921]
57 A Plea for China [1921]
58 China and Chinese Influence [1921]
59 The Problems of China [1921]
60 Is Chinese Independence Possible? [1921]
61 Sketches of Modern China [1921]
62 How Washington Could Help China [1921]
63 Reconstruction in China [1922]
64 China’s Entanglements [1922]
65 “Tuchuns”, Not “Teachers” [1922]
66 As a European Radical Sees It [1922]

PART IV. THE DOMESTIC RADICAL

67 Hopes and Fears as Regards America [1922]
68 Communism and Society [1922]
69 Free Thought and Official Propaganda [1922]
70 The Prevention of War [1922]
71 Communism by Stages [1922]
72 The World and the War-Dragon [1922]
73 Chinese Problems [1922]
74 The Christian Warrior [1922]
75 Bring Us Peace [1922]
76 Motive in Industry: A Reply to Professor Einstein [1922]
77 Instinct and the Unconscious [1922]
78 Two Election Leaflets [1922]
a To the Electors of Chelsea [1922]
b Why Thinking People Vote Labour [1922]

79 What Is Morality? [1922]

APPENDIXES

I Problem: To Produce in Two Nations a Mutual Will to War [1919]
II Déclaration d’Indépendance de l’Esprit [1919]
III Clarté [1920]
IV La Civilisation et la lutte des classes [1920]
V Letters from Russia [1920]
VI Cabinet Report [1920]
VII Letter from China [1920]
VIII The Essence and Effect of Religions [1921]
IX Science of Social Structure [1921]
X The Dream [1921]
XI Two Interviews on the Far East [1921]
XII National “Hands Off Russia” Committee [1921]
XIII Russell’s “Death” in China [1921]
XIV Silesia: A Protest [1921]
XV Appeal for Inkpin [1922]
XVI “No More War” International Demonstrations [1922]
XVII Coalition Split Was a Sham [1922]
XVIII An Appeal to the Electors of Rushcliffe [1922]

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