Communism and British Intellectuals

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INDEX
AARONOVITON, Sam, 180
Acland, Sir Richard, 53, 61
Acton, Professor H. B., 145
Adelphi, 67, 68, 72
Adler, 15
Allen, Clifford ( Lord Allen of Hurtwood), 73, 77
Allen, W. E. D., 115
Allison, 167
Angell, Sir Norman, 61, 73
Annan, Nöel, 81, 90
Anti-War Movement, 162
Aristotle, 295, 226
Arnot, R. Page, 27, 75n., 76n., 77-9, 157, 166-7, 176
Association of Scientific Workers, 134, 137-8, 148, 164
Astor, Lady, 42
Atholl, Duchess of, 53
Attlee, C. R., 46
Auden, W. H., 38-41, 53, 55, 56n., 57, 71-2, 79n., 80, 83n., 84, 97, 102, 105-6, 108, 110-11, 120, 225
Authors World Peace Appeal, 202
Avener, Sidney, 56n.
Ayres, Ruby M., 70n.
Bacon, Francis, 144-6, 149
Baker, John D., 134, 135
Bakunin, M., 15
Barbusse, Henri, 161
Bates, Ralph, 56n., 57
Bebel, August, 16
Bell, Clive and Vanessa, 57, 100, 102
Bell, Julian, 29, 38, 40-1, 56n., 57, 102, 104
Bell, Tom, 79
Belloc, Hilaire, 97
Benda, Julien, 15
Bentham, Jeremy, 150
Bernal, J.D., 79n., 80and n., 86, 127, 129, 133-4, 136-7, 146, 148, 160, 163-4; education, 84, 88; vision of the future, 183-44
Bernstein, E., 15
Berth, Edouard, 17
Birch, Lorimer, 56n., 79n., 84
Blackett, P. M. S., 79n., 80n., 84, 85n., 86, 127, 129-30, 136n., 138
Blaikie, Derek, 79n., 84
Bloomsbury Circle, 100
Blunden, Edmund, 70n.
Boothby, Robert, 53, 61
Boughton, Rutland, 202
Bradley, 167
Brailsford, H. N., 48
Bragg, Sir William, 87, 129
Brecht, Bertoh, 118, 119
Briffault, Robert, 79n.
Brighter Biochemistry, 88
British Malaya, 89
British Cultural Committee (later British Peace Committee), 163
British-Soviet Friendship Society, 163
British Union of Fascists, 38, 69
Brittain, Vera, 59, 70n.
Brockway, A. Fenner, 39
Brogan, D. W., 71
Bronson, Clive, 56n.
Browder, 21
Brown, Alec, 79n., 84
Brown, Ivor, 77
Brown, W.J., 115
Browne, Felicia, 56n.
Bryant, Arthur, 54
Buchmanism, 53, 69
Bukharin, N. I., 19, 124, 125
Burgess, Guy, 79n., 80, 83-4, 85n., 86, 102, 221
Burhop, E. H. S., 79n., 84, 85n.,86
Burnham, James, 47
Burns, Sir Alan C., 76n.
Burns, Emile, 27, 75n., 76n., 85n., 86, 157, 173, 187, 190, 220-1, 224
Bush, Alan, 79n., 157, 177
Butler, R. A., 54
Cadogan, Peter, 203, 212
Calder, Ritchie, 127
Calder-Marshall, Arthur, 38, 60, 79n., 80, 83n., 84

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Communism and British Intellectuals
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 15
  • Part I - History 33
  • Chapter II - To the Left 37
  • Chapter III - Mild Mannered Desperadoes 75
  • Part II - Ideas 91
  • Chapter IV - Escape from the Wasteland 95
  • Chapter V - Utopians of Science 121
  • Part III - Bureaucracy 153
  • Chapter VI - Web of Organization 157
  • Chapter VII - Reasoner Versus Bureaucrat 182
  • Chapter VIII - Conclusion 217
  • Selected References 233
  • Index 247
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