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In the Library: Articles

Alterman, Eric. "The ironies of Izzymania," Mother Jones (6/88):34-38.

__________. "Redbaiting Stone," Nation (7/20/98):7. Recalls Robert Novak's accusation that Stone was a Soviet spy.

Birkhead, Douglas. "Muckraking free speech: I.F. Stone & the trial of Socrates," Communication Research 16,2 (4/89):289-99.

Blissert, Julie Harrison. "Guerrilla journalist: I.F. Stone & Tonkin," Journalism History 23,3 (fall 97):102-15.

Boylan, James. "Reconstructing I.F. Stone," Columbia Journalism Review 28,3 (9-10/89):46-48.

Cochran, David. "I.F. Stone & the New Left: protesting US policy in Vietnam," Historian 53,3 (spr 91):505-21.

Greider, William. "The crotchety wisdom of I.F. Stone," Rolling Stone (4/21/88):37-39.

Guttenplan, D.D. "Izzy an agent?" Nation (8/3/92):124-5. On the possibility of a KGB connection.

__________. "Stone unturned," Nation (9/22/92):312-13.

Lule, Jack. "A biographical sketch of I.F. Stone" & "The contributions of I.F. Stone" 'master of the bright thunderbolt,'" Mass Communications Review 18,2 (win-spr 91):40-56.

__________. "Radical rules: I.F. Stone's ethical perspective," Journal of Mass Media Ethics 8,2 (sum 93):88-103.

__________. "I.F. Stone: the practice of reporting," Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 723 (aut 95):499-511.

Schneir, Walter & Miriam Schneir. "Stone miscast," Nation (11/4/96):6-9.

Stone, I.F. "Was there a witch hunt in ancient Athens?" (1/21/88):37-42.

__________. "When free speech was first condemned: the trial of Socrates reconsidered," Harper's (2/88):60-66.

__________. "Another betrayal by psychiatry?" NY Review of Books (12/22/88):6-9. On Soviet psychiatry.

__________. "The rights of Gorbachev," NY Review of Books (2/16/89):3-7. On G's notion of human rights.

__________ et al. "Time capsule: 1945," Nation (5/15/95):679-85.

Tate, Cassandra. "Who's out to lunch here? I.F. Stone & the KGB," Columbia Journalism Review 31,4 (11-12/92):13-15.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Cottrell, Robert C. Izzy: A Biography of I.F. Stone (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1992).

Middleton, Neil (ed.) The Best of I.F. Stone's Weekly: Pages from a Radical Newspaper (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973).

Patner, Andrew. I.F. Stone: A Portrait (NY: Pantheon, 1988).

Stone, Isidor F. [Isidor Feinstein] The Court Disposes (NY: Covici Friede, 1937).

__________. Business as Usual: The First Year of Defense (NY: Modern Age, 1941).

__________. Underground to Palestine (NY: Boni & Gaer, 1946; 2nd ed. NY: Pantheon, 1978).

__________. This is Israel (NY: Boni & Gaer, 1948).

__________. The Hidden History of the Korean War, 1950-1951 (NY: Monthly Review, 1952; 2nd ed. Boston: Little Brown, 1988).).

__________. The Truman Era, 1945-1952 (NY: Random House, 1953;2nd ed. Boston: Little Brown, 1988).

__________. The Haunted Fifties (NY: Random House, 1963).

__________. The War Years, 1939-1945 (Boston: Little, Brown, 1988).

__________. In a Time of Torment, 1961-1967 (NY: Random House, 1967; 2nd ed. Boston: Little Brown, 1989).

__________. The Killings at Kent State: How Murder Went Unpunished (NY: New York Review, 1971).

__________. Polemics & Prophecies, 1967-70 (NY: Random House, 1970).

__________. The Trial of Socrates (Boston: Little Brown, 1988).

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