Communist Review

The 'Communist Review' was a monthly journal published by the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB), with the aim of examining current political issues and discussing Marrxist and Communist political theory. Although it originally appeared before the Second World War, publication was suspended during the conflict, and only resumed in March 1946. Publication then continued until December 1953, when the journal was cancelled and replaced with the Marxist Quarterly.

Available here are copies of the journal from the 1940's and 1950's, and each edition contains several articles and essays, combining analysis and interpretation of events of the time, together with discussions of politics and political theory.

Many of the articles and essays are written by key figures from the British communist movement of the time, including Harry Pollitt, Andrew Rothstein, Willie Gallacher, Phil Piratin, John Gollan, James Klugmann, and Emile Burns. 

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