Volumes of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell


Volume 23: The Problems of Democracy, 1941–44

IN PROGRESS



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

1 Education in America [1941]
2 Blueprint for an Enduring Peace [1941]
3 Bertrand Russell Urges Creation of World Federation Controlling All Armaments [1941]
4 Messages for India Independence Day [1942]
5 To End the Deadlock in India [1942]
6 Proposals for an International University [1942]
7 Gandhi’s Stand Disapproved [1942]
8 Freedom in a Time of Stress [1942]
9 Nehru’s Credo [1942]
10 Bertrand Russell on India [1942]
11 Philosopher’s Hope [1942]
12 “What About India?” [1942]
13 Bertrand Russell Writes of India, Britain, and the U.S.A. [1942]
14 The International Significance of the Indian Problem [1943]
15 Keep Aggressor Nations Disarmed [1943]
16 [Barnes Foundation Firing] [1943]
17 We Can’t Afford Private Empires [1943]
18 Some Problems of the Post-War World [1943]
19 If You Fall in Love with a Married Man— [1943]
20 What Shall We Do with Germany? [1943]
21 An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish [1943]
22 Zionism and the Peace Settlement [1943]
23 My Grandmother and Mr. Gladstone [1943]
24 Eccentrics Preferred [1943]
25 The Russian Realities [1943]
26 Our World After the War—A Plan for International Action [1943]
27 The Future of Pacifism [1943]
28 Citizenship in a Great State [1943]
29 [Bibliographical Recollections] [1943]
30 Britain’s Shrunken Economy Makes Her Dependent on U.S. [1943]
31 Experience Among Freaks [1943]
32 My Program for India [1944]

  33 Cooperate with Soviet Russia [1944]
34 Western Hegemony [1944]
35 Victors and Vanquished [1944]
36 Education in International Understanding [1944]
37 Debate: Are There Absolute Principles on Which Education Should Be Founded? [1941]
38 The Role of Intellectuals in a Democracy [1941]
39 Common Sense in Early Education [1941?]
40 Liberty in Time of National Emergency [1941]
41 A Comment for The Unfinished [1942]
42 The Rights of Man. Tom Paine [1942]
43 The American Mind [1942?]
44 The Problem of Minorities [1942]
45 Education and Democracy [1942]
46 Democracy and a Planned Economy [1942]
47 Problems of Democracy Outlines [1942]
48 Blurb for Burns, The First Europe [1942]
49 Notes for Debate with R. Niebuhr [1942?]
50 The Value of Free Thought [1942–43]
51 How to Enjoy History [1943]
52 Outline of a Political Philosophy [1943]
53 The Democratic Heritage of Poland [1944]
54 A Farewell to American Youth [1944]
55 Four-Power Alliance—Step to Peace [1944]
56 The Disarmament of Education [1944]
57 Democracy and the Economic System [1942–43]
58 Marriage and the Family [1942–43]
59 On Keeping a Wide Horizon [1941]
60 Blurb: Howard, America’s Role in Asia [1943]
61 Gandhi: Uncertain Star of the East [1944]
62 Philosophies in Practice leaflet [1943]

APPENDIXES

I Russell versus Barnes [1943]
II The World Federation Plan [1942]

Missing and Unprinted Papers
Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
General Index



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