Vol. I, No. 1 (April 1, 1948) thru Vol. I, No. 6 (July, 1948), Vol. I, No. 8 (October, 1948) thru Vol. II, No. 12 (December 15, 1949), Vol. II, No. 14 (February, 1950) thru Vol. III, No. 3 (June-July, 1950) . 74828
29 issues (of 31) of this mimeographed newsletter issued in New York. It was available by mail or, according the mastheads of the last three issues, could also be had at "Sachs' newsstand, the second stand west of 5th Ave., on the south side of 42nd St., New York City." It was oriented toward the Communist Party, U.S.A., at least initially. It contains articles, often running for two or three issues, on such subjects as "Moxonism versus Marxism" (a rejoinder to an article by Cavendish Moxon in "Science & Society"), "Marxist View of Harry Stack Sullivan," "The Lysenko Controversy and Modern Psychiatry," "Philosophic Assumptions of Sigmund Freud," "Notes on Theodor Reik," "Cosmopolitanism in Psychiatry," etc. An editorial in Vol. I, No. 12 (February, 1949) announces a break by the editor or editors of the newsletter with the C.P. which is now deemed to be an "opportunist" organization. No individual is named as editor or contributor to this publication. There is an obituary of a "Comrade Harry Allinger," a miner and former CPer who was not a psychiatrist but shared the editor[s] attitude toward what he termed the "CPUSA (Menshevik)"
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