Inventory of Harvey Goldberg's Lectures on Tape


After completing the process of transferring Harvey Goldberg's lectures from their current audio cassette format onto compact discs, the Goldberg Center has deposited its complete collection of original tapes and CDs, as itemized below, in the Archives of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. We thank Sidney Iwanter for his generous contribution of tapes from the 1970-1971 academic year.

Fall 1970

Lecture No. 0043: (21 Sept. 1970) Introduction to the study of 20th century social movements
Lecture No. 0044: (23 Sept. 1970) Socialists and World War I
Lecture No. 0045: (25 Sept. 1970) Marxist Determinism and the Myth of Inevitability
Lecture No. 0046: (28 Sept. 1970) The Socialist Party of France and French Syndicalism
Lecture No. 0047: (30 Sept. 1970) Pathetic Ambiguity: French Working-Class Anti-War Agitation
Lecture No. 0048: (2 Oct. 1970) The Weakness of the SPD
Lecture No. 0049: (5 Oct. 1970) Czarist Incentives for War
Lecture No. 0050: (9 Oct. 1970) Revolutionary Socialism During World War I
Lecture No. 0051: (12 Oct. 1970) The Impact of Internationalism on the Anti-War and Working People's Movements
Lecture No. 0052: (14 Oct. 1970) Anti-War Centrists
Lecture No. 0053: (19 Oct. 1970) February 1917
Lecture No. 0054: (21 Oct. 1970) 1917: February through July in Russia
Lecture No. 0055: (23 Oct. 1970) July 1917: Lenin's New Strategy
Lecture No. 0056: (26 Oct. 1970) October 1917: Bolshevik Defiance
Lecture No. 0057: (28 Oct. 1970) Lenin and the Civil War
Lecture No. 0058: (30 Oct. 1970) 1921 World Congress (Includes extended comments on the war in Vietnam)
Lecture No. 0059: (2 Nov. 1970) The Failure of the German Revolution
Lecture No. 0060: (4 Nov. 1970) Germany: November 1918
Lecture No. 0061: (6 Nov. 1970) Schism within Europe's Working Class
Lecture No. 0062: (9 Nov. 1970) The 2nd and 3rd World Congresses
Lecture No. 0063: (11 Nov. 1970) Lenin and His Critics
Lecture No. 0064: (13 Nov. 1970) Germany 1921-1923
Lecture No. 0065: (18 Nov. 1970) Capitalism's Anti-Revolutionary Strategies
Lecture No. 0066: (20 Nov. 1970) Italy after World War I
Lecture No. 0067: (23 Nov. 1970) Mussolini Takes Over
Lecture No. 0068: (25 Nov. 1970) White Collar Working Class and West European Fascism
Lecture No. 0069: (30 Nov. 1970) Problems in the USSR
Lecture No. 0070: (2 Dec. 1970) The Abandonment of the NEP and the Beginningof Forced Labor
Lecture No. 0071: (4 Dec. 1970) Congress of December 1927 and the End of Opposition
Lecture No. 0072: (7 Dec. 1970) [Poor audio quality]
Lecture No. 0073: (9 Dec. 1970) The 1930s: A Decade of Dehumanization and Illusion
Lecture No. 0074: (14 Dec. 1970) The Spread of Nazisim
Lecture No. 0075: (16 Dec. 1970) National Socialism and the Politics of Fraud
Lecture No. 0076: (18 Dec. 1970) The Popular Front and Harvey Goldberg's Testimony

Spring 1971

Lecture No. 0077: (4 Jan. 1971) The Spanish Civil War and the French Popular Front: Instructive Failures
Lecture No. 0078: (8 Jan. 1971) Popular Front and the French Communists
Lecture No. 0079: (11 Jan. 1971) Socialist and Communist Obligations and the Popular Front
Lecture No. 0080: (13 Jan. 1971) The Passion of Spain
Lecture No. 0081: (15 Jan. 1971) Revolution in Spain?
Lecture No. 0082: (18 Jan. 1971) The Disintegration of the Left in Spain
Lecture No. 0083: (12 Feb. 1971) The American Policy of Informal Empire
Lecture No. 0084: (15 Feb. 1971) American and Soviet Policies of Revolution and Containment
Lecture No. 0085: (17 Feb. 1971) The Occupation of Greece
Lecture No. 0086: (19 Feb. 1971) Greece in 1944-45
Lecture No. 0087: (22 Feb. 1971) Prelude to Civil War
Lecture No. 0088: (24 Feb. 1971) Greece, a Revolution Manqué
Lecture No. 0089: (26 Feb. 1971) Greece, 1961 to the Present
Lecture No. 0090: (1 Mar. 1971) Comparisons between Greece and Laos
Lecture No. 0091: (3 Mar. 1971) Fall of France and the Rise of Vichy
Lecture No. 0092: (5 Mar. 1971) The U.S. and the Limitiations of European Resistance Movements
Lecture No. 0093: (8 Mar. 1971) The French Resistence
Lecture No. 0094: (15 Mar. 1971)[Poor audio quality]
Lecture No. 0095: (17 Mar. 1971) American Power andPost-War France
Lecture No. 0096: (22 Mar. 1971) The History of the Vietnamese Resistance
Lecture No. 0097: (24 Mar. 1971) The Democratic Republic of Vietnam
Lecture No. 0098: (29 Mar. 1971) The Algerian Revolution and the French Withdrawal from Vietnam
Lecture No. 0099: (31 Mar. 1971) The Non-Revolutionary Soviet Union
Lecture No. 0100: (2 Apr. 1971) Eastern European Popular Democracies, 1945
Lecture No. 0101: (5 Apr. 1971) The Death of Stalin and the Crisis of European Communism
Lecture No. 0102: (7 Apr. 1971) Understanding Soviet and Eastern European Socialism
Lecture No. 0103: (18 Apr. 1971) Introduction to Chinese History
Lecture No. 0104: (21 Apr. 1971) The Chinese Revolution: A Counterweight to the Cold War
Lecture No. 0105: (23 Apr. 1971) China and Japan at the Turn of the Century
Lecture No. 0106: (26 Apr. 1971) China in the 1920s and 1930s
Lecture No. 0107: (28 Apr. 1971) Chinese Communism, 1927-1934
Lecture No. 0108: (30 Apr. 1971) [Poor audio quality]
Lecture No. 0109: (3 May 1971) Advice for Activists
Lecture No. 0110: (7 May 1971) [Poor audio quality]
Lecture No. 0111: (10 May 1971) France in 1968

Spring 1974

Lecture No. 0001 (16 Jan. 1974) U.S. Economic Goals after World War II
Lecture No. 0002 (18 Jan. 1974) Greek Resistance 1942-1945
Lecture No. 0003 (21 Jan. 1974) Economic Interests in the Middle East
Lecture No. 0004 (23 Jan. 1974) The Burden of Greek Histor
Lecture No. 0005 (25 Jan. 1974) Greek Resistance Revisited
Lecture No. 0006 (28 Jan. 1974) The Greek Civil War
Lecture No. 0007 (30 Jan. 1974) The Greek Civil War and the Truman Doctrine
Lecture No. 0008 (1 Feb. 1974) Truman Doctrine, continued
Lecture No. 0009 (6 Feb. 1974) Crisis in France
Lecture No. 0010 (8 Feb. 1974) Vichy Regime
Lecture No. 0011 (11 Feb. 1974) The U.S. in Post-War France
Lecture No. 0012 (13 Feb. 1974) Post-War France
Lecture No. 0013 (15 Feb. 1974) Anti-Communist Socialism
Lecture No. 0014 (18 Feb. 1974) The French in Vietnam
Lecture No. 0015 (20 Feb. 1974) The French in Vietnam, continued
Lecture No. 0016 (22 Feb. 1974) The Independent Republic of Vietnam and the French
Lecture No. 0017 (27 Feb. 1974) The Arms Budget and the European Capitalist Recovery
Lecture No. 0018 (1 Mar. 1974) Explorations of Non-American Spaces
Lecture No. 0019 (4 Mar. 1974) Eastern Europe
Lecture No. 0020 (6 Mar. 1974) Eastern Europe, continued
Lecture No. 0021 (8 Mar. 1974) Eastern Europe, continued
Lecture No. 0022 (11 Mar. 1974) Eastern Europe, continued
Lecture No. 0023 (13 Mar. 1974)Eastern Europe, continued
Lecture No. 0024 (15 Mar. 1974) Eastern Europe, continued
Lecture No. 0025 (18 Mar. 1974) Chile
Lecture No. 0026 (20 Mar. 1974) China
Lecture No. 0027 (22 Mar. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0028 (25 Mar. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0029 (27 Mar. 1974)China, continued
Lecture No. 0030 (29 Mar. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0031 (1 Apr. 1974)China, continued
Lecture No. 0032 (3 Apr. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0033 (8 Apr. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0034 (10 Apr. 1974) China, continued
Lecture No. 0035 (22 Apr. 1974) U.S. Involvement in Algeria
Lecture No. 0036 (24 Apr. 1974) Algeria, continued
Lecture No. 0037 (26 Apr. 1974) Algeria, continued
Lecture No. 0038 (29 Mar. 1974)Algeria, continued
Lecture No. 0039 (1 May 1974) Post-Industrial Society
Lecture No. 0040 (3 May 1974)"History"

Additional Lectures

Lecture No. 0041 (No Date) St. Simon and Feminism
Lecture No. 0042 (No Date) Fourier and Feminism