Volumes of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell


Volume 30: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1957–59

IN PROGRESS
Edited by David Blitz and Carl Spadoni



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

PART I: DÉTENTE, DISARMAMENT (INTERNATIONAL)

1 The Open Letters to Eisenhower, Khrushchev and Dulles [1957–58]
a Open Letter to Eisenhower and Krushchev [1957]
b A Reply to Mr. Krushchev and Mr. Dulles [1958]

2 World Government or World Annihilation? [1957]
3 Christmas Wish [1957]
4 East–West Negotiations [1958]
5 The Two Visions [1958]
6 Russell Speaks [1958]
7 Bertrand Russell on Negotiations [1958]
[7'] A Postscript to Portraits from Memory [1958]
8 Nuclear Dilemma [1958]
9 Two Unpublished Articles for Maclean’s Magazine [1958]
a First Steps in Preventing Nuclear War [1958]
b How to Diminish the Risk of Nuclear War [1958]

10 “Central Question” [1958]
11 Mankind Versus the H-bomb [1958]
12 A Banned Congress [1958]
a Appeal to European Intellectuals [1958]
b Intended Address to Congress at Basle, 5 and 6 July, 1958 [1958]
c To the President of the Swiss Confederation [1958]
d Letter to Nebelspalter [1958]

13 Budapest Trials [1958]
14 A Plea for Mankind [1958]
15 Quemoy: The Price of Prestige [1958]
16 The Dangers of Nuclear Warfare [1958]
17 Balance of Nuclear Power [1959]
18 Mr. Nehru’s Foreign Policy [1959]
19 Heroism? [1959]
20 India and Communism [1959]
21 Comments on the Open Letter to me from Professor Tetsuzo Tanigawa [1959]
22 Khrushchev’s Disarmament Proposal [1959]
a Mr. Krushchev’s Proposal [1959]
b Disarm. Plan Support Grows [1959]
c Peaceful Coexistence [1959]
d Disarmament: Is it Practicable? [1959]

PART II: THE CAMPAIGN FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT

23 Steps to Nuclear Disarmament [1958]
24 Prefaces to Two Pamphlets [1958]
a Preface to Stop the H-Bomb Race [1958]
b Preface to Labour and the H-Bomb [1958]

25 CND and the United Nations Association [1958]
a A Message from Bertrand Russell [1958]
b Nuclear Disarmament [1958]

26 Nuclear Disarmament [1958]
27 Abundantly Justified [1959]
28 The Rocket Site Protests [1959]
29 Steps towards Peace [1959]
30 [Nuclear Disarmament] [1959]
31 Speech to the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Manchester [1959]
a A Message from Earl Russell [1959]
b Notes for Address [1959]
c Address at Manchester, May 1st, 1959 [1959]

32 Lord Simon and the Nuclear Disarmament Campaign [1959]
33 The Purpose of CND [1959]
34 Speech for Trafalgar Square—20 September, 1959 [1959]

PART III: NUCLEAR TESTING

35 Political and Moral Leaders Comment on Soviet Suspension [1958]
36 Scientists Appeal to Premier [1958]
37 Letter to Prime Minister Macmillan [1958]
38 Why Bomb Tests Should be Stopped [1958]
39 The Unborn Victims of Nuclear Tests [1958]

PART IV: SCIENCE, SCIENTISTS AND PEACE

40 Address of Acceptance of the Kalinga Prize [1958]
41 Science and Coexistence [1958]
42 Mr. Marseille on Pugwash [1958]
43 My Address to Congress in Canada [1958]
44 The World is Round [1958]
45 A Blurb for and a Review of Brighter Than a Thousand Suns [1958]
a Robert Jungk, Brighter Than a Thousand Suns [1958]
b The Personal History of the Atomic Scientists [1958]

46 Should Men Go to the Moon? [1958]
47 Formal Address at Vienna 20 September, 1958 [1958]
48 Snobbery [1959]
49 Draft of Address to Pugwash Conference [1959]
50 Script and Recorded Statement for Seagram Symposium [1959]
a Five Minute Broadcast for the Scientific Symposium of the Seagrams Committee [1959]
b “The Future of Man” [1959]

51 Science and Peace [1959]

PART V: WORLD GOVERNMENT

52 World Government [1958]
53 “Monopoly in War” [1958]
54 Letter to The Observer [1959]
55 Broadcast Given in German on the BBC German Service [1959]
56 Telegram to Newsweek [1959]

PART VI: COLD WAR CONTROVERSIES

57 A Dispute with Emmanuel Shinwell [1958]
a The Right Grade of Deterrence [1958]
b The Nuclear Dilemma [1958]
c The Choices Before Us [1958]

58 Preventive War [1958–59]
a Nuclear War vs. Communist Domination [1958]
b Inconsistency? [1958]
c Bertrand Russell Reflects [1959]
d Straightening the Record [1959]

59 A Debate with Sidney Hook [1958]
 
a World Communism and Nuclear War [1958]
b A Reply to Dr. Hook’s Rejoinder [1958]

60 A Dispute with C.P. Snow [1958]
a “Progress” [1958]
b Progress and the Bomb [1958]

61 Dr. Pauling’s Visit [1958]
a Dr. Pauling’s Visit [1958]
b Dr. Pauling’s Visit [1958]

PART VII: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS

62 Lady Carlisle’s Ancestry [1958]
63 Voltaire’s Influence on Me [1958]
64 Gilbert Murray [1958]
65 Who’s Who [1959]
66 War and Peace in My Lifetime [1959]
67 Odds and Ends about the War to End War [1959]
68 Family, Friends and Others [1959]

PART VIII: PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS

69 Preface to the Collection of Freethought Broadcasts by M. Jean Cotereau [1957]
70 Headnote to Two Papers [1958]
a The World and the Observer (i) [1958]
b The World and the Observer (ii) [1958]

71 Law and Ethics [1958]
72 Messages to American Rationalists [1958]
a “Salute from Britain” [1958]
b “Salute from Britain” [1958]
c A Message to the Hon. Local Secretary from our President [1958]

73 Philosopher’s Corner [1958]
74 A Reply to Mr. Charles Davy [1959]
75 The Expanding Mental Universe [1959]
a Synopsis of a Suggested Article for the Saturday Evening Post [1959]
b The Expanding Mental Universe [1959]

76 Letter to The Saturday Review [1959]
77 Russell’s Religious Views [1959]

PART IX: FICTIONAL AND HUMOROUS WRITINGS

78 Two Nightmares [1959]
a The Theologian’s Nightmare [1959]
b The Fisherman’s Nightmare or Magna Est Veritas [1959]

79 Catastrophe: Its Derivation [1959]
80 Reading History as It Is Never Written [1959]
81 Three Children’s Stories [1959]
a The Post Office of Pinky-Ponk-Tong [1959]
b The Great God Zump [1959]
c Sir Theophilus Thwackum and Captain Niminy Piminy [1959]

82 The Right Will Prevail or The Road to Lhasa [1959]
83 Newly Discovered Maxims of La Rochefoucauld [1959]
84 Two Parables [1959]
a Planetary Effulgence [1959]
b The Misfortune of Being Out of Date [1959]

APPENDIXES

Interviews

I Interview with S.W. Green [1958]
II World’s Choice: Peace or Annihilation in Next 50 Years [1957]
III Premier Was Wrong■Lord Russell [1958]
IV Leaders of Britain Applaud Bulganin’s “Summit” Offer. They All Replied Yes [1958]
V Bertrand Russell Still Is the Crusader at 85 [1958]
VI Mike Wallace asks Bertrand Russell Is it Time for World Government? [1958]
VII Interview with Kenneth Harris [1958]
VIII “I’m Tired of Reds Using My Name” [1958]
IX In the Direction of Sanity [1958]
X A Visit with Bertrand Russell [1958]
XI Three Interviews with Kingsbury Smith [1958]
XII From This Great Mind ■ This Provoking Thought [1958]
XIII Press Conference [1958]
XIV Small World [1958]
XV Bertrand Russell at Home [1958]
XVI Interview with Lord Bertrand Russell [1958]
XVII Interview in the Beaver [1959]
XVIII Interview on CBC (Elaine Grand)
XIX Education for Survival [1959]
XX Bertrand Russell Sees U.S., Soviet As Allies [1959]
XXI An Interview with the Rt. Hon. Earl Russell, O.M., F.R.S. [1959]
XXII “Asian Club” “The Wisdom of the West” [1959]
XXIII Bertrand Russell Conversations [1959]

Interviews by Correspondence

XXIV Answers to the Two Questions Posed by Mr. Corsini [1958]
XXV German Rearmament [1958]
XXVI Letter to Mr. Josef Kadlec [1958]
XXVII It is Not Yet Too Late! [1958]
XXVIII Answers to Three Questions re Sleep and Dreams [1958]
XXIX Answers to Questions by Evelyn De Wolfe [1958]
XXX Answers to Nine Questions [1958]
XXXI Letter to Soviet Russia Journal [1959]

Miscellaneous Shorter Writings

XXXII Seven Assorted Blurbs [1958–59]
XXXIII Messages to British Peace Groups [1958–59]
XXXIV Messages to International Peace Groups [1958–59]
XXXV Messages to Students [1958–59]
XXXVI Messages to the United States [1958–59]
XXXVII Messages to the Eastern Bloc [1958–59]
XXXVIII Messages to Japan [1958–59]

Notes and Drafts

XXXIX Religion and Science [1958]
XL Two Drafts for CND Meeting, 5 May 1958 [1958]
XLI Fragments of Two Stories [1959]

Missing and Unprinted Papers
Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
General Index



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