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International Socialist Review
International Socialist Review is the title of various socialist journals published in the US in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The first known journal published under this name was published by C. H. Kerr in Chicago starting around 1900, and running to 1918. Another journal started publishing under this name in 1956, as a continuation of "Fourth International". The newest incarnation of the journal, published today, is published by the International Socialist Organization, also out of Chicago.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1900-1910, 1912-1917: HathiTrust has volumes 1-8, 10, and 13-17 of the Kerr journal.
- 1902-1903: The Internet Archive has volume 3 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1902 through June 1903.
- 1903-1904: The Internet Archive has volume 4 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1903 through June 1904.
- 1904-1905: The Internet Archive has volume 5 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1904 through June 1905.
- 1906-1907: Google has volume 7 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1906 through June 1907. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1907-1908: The Internet Archive has volume 8 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1907 through June 1908.
- 1908-1909: Google has volume 9 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1908 through June 1909. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1917-1918: The Internet Archive has volume 18 of the Kerr journal, covering July 1917 through February 1918.
- 1956-1970: The Marxists' Internet Archive has issues from volumes 17 through 31 of a journal with this name that was previously called "Fourth Interational".
- 1997-present: The International Socialist Organization archive includes free archives of most back issues of the current incarnation, except for the most recent issues.
- We also have listings for The Comrade, an early 20th-century socialist magazine absorbed by this periodical.
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