Volumes of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell


Volume 27: Culture and the Cold War, 1952–53

Edited by Andrew G. Bone
IN PROGRESS



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

PART I. RUSSELL AT EIGHTY

1 Advice to Those Who Want to Attain Eighty [1952]
2 Meanderings of an Octogenarian [1952]
3 Reflections on My Eightieth Birthday [1952]
4 Tribute to a Great Man [1952]
5 My First Eighty Years [1952]
6 An Octogenarian’s Retrospect and Prospect [1952]
7 Adaptation: An Autobiographical Epitome [195?]

PART II. PORTRAITS FROM MEMORY AND OTHER BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS

8 J.M. Keynes and Lytton Strachey [1952]
9 [D.H. Lawrence] [1952]
10 Sydney and Beatrice Webb [1952]
11 Portraits From Memory—III [1952]
12 Max Beerbohm [1952]
13 Two Papers on Gandhi [1952]
a The Medieval Mind of Gandhi [1952]
b Mahatma Gandhi [1952]

14 Some Cambridge Dons of the ’Nineties [1953]
15 Some of My Contemporaries at Cambridge [1953]
16 George Bernard Shaw [1953]
17 H.G. Wells [1953]
18 Joseph Conrad [1953]

PART III. FICTION AND OTHER CREATIVE WRITING

19 The Infra-Redioscope [1953]
20 The Good Citizen’s Alphabet [1953]
21 “G” Is for Gobbledegook [1953]
22 1953 in Retrospect [1953]
23 Benefit of Clergy [1953]
24 The Prelate and the Commissar [1953]
25 Mr. Bowdler’s Family Bliss [1953]
26 Professor Mmaa’s Lecture [1953]

PART IV. BBC RADIO DISCUSSIONS AND INTERVIEWS

27 Academic Freedom in America and Britain [1952]
28 Asian Club [1952]
29 Press Conference [1952]
30 Bertrand Russell Weighs the Chances of War [1952]
31 Europe and Asia and the Modern World [1952]
32 Personal Call [1953]
33 The Experience of Age [1952]
34 The Turn of the Year—Predicaments of Philosophy, Science and Art [1952]
35 [Interview on Short Stories] [1953]
36 Is Tyranny Self-Destructive? [1953]
37 Is There a Pattern in History? [1953]

PART V. EDUCATION AND ENLIGHTENMENT

38 Why Americans are Unhappy [1952]
39 [Goodwill Message] [1952]
40 Progressive Education [1952]
41 Possibilities of Happiness [1952]
42 Educational Prospects [1953]
43 Generation X [1953]
44 Education for a Difficult World [1953]
45 Are the World’s Troubles Due to Decay of Faith? [1953]

  46 The Kinsey Report on Women [1953]
47 The World I Should Like to Live In [1953]

PART VI. FREEDOM, DEMOCRACY AND DICTATORSHIP: A CRITICAL DEFENCE OF THE WEST

48 What Is Freedom? [1952]
49 Western Values [1952]
50 Western Freedom [1953]
51 A Historian’s Political Philosophy [1953]
52 The Evidence of Dr. Marie C. Stopes [1953]
53 World Without Persecution [1953]
54 Obeying Law in Testifying [1953]
55 Ideologies and Power Politics [1953]
56 Voice of Freedom [1953]
57 Can Totalitarian Régimes be Stable? [1953]
58 What Is Democracy? [1953]

PART VII. THE DEATH OF STALIN AND OTHER COLD WAR CONCERNS

59 Three Essentials for a Stable World [1952]
60 Britain Can Lead Europe to Equality with America [1952]
61 The End of a Revolution [1952]
62 If There is War War Wins It [1952]
63 Broadcast to India [1953]
64 Stalin’s Legacy [1953]
65 A New Russian Policy? [1953]
66 The Greatest Present Service to Mankind [1953]
67 British Guiana [1953]
a British Guiana (I)
b British Guiana (II)

68 Bertrand Russell and “Preventive War” [1953]
69 Spot Letter from Earl Russell, OM [1953]

APPENDIXES

Interviews

I Bertrand Russell Cross-Examined on Role of the Press in the Cold War [1952]
II U.S. Politicos Trod Primrose Path, Says Earl [1952]
III Off the Record [1952]
IV The Wise Old Man Tells the World [1952]
V At Eighty—a Highly Respected Rebel [1952]
VI If I Were You Young Man [1952]
VII The Lyons Den [1952]
VIII [Writing Short Stories] [1952]
IX [New Hope for Our World] [1953]
X No Pills for PEP! [1953]
XI [Monopolies] [1953]

Multiple-Signatory Texts

XII Religious Broadcasting [1952]
XIII Napalm Bombs [1952]
XIV Racial Discrimination [1952]
XV Homosexuality Laws [1952]
XVI Sentence on an African [1953]
XVII Plea to N.A.T.O. Leaders [1953]

Notes and Drafts

XVIII [Writing Fiction] [1953]
XIX Celebrity [1953]

Missing and Unprinted Papers
Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
General Index



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