Capouya, Emile. "The Political Essays of Irving Howe." Commonweal LXXXV, No. 10 (9 December 1966): 295-97.
Reviews Steady Work and describes Howe's politics as a "minimum program adopted in despair of the possibilities for fundamental reform."
Carr, E. H. "A Friend of the Revolution." The New York Times Book Review (26 November 1978): 9, 94.
Compares Howe's Leon Trotsky and Baruch Knei-Paz's The Social and Political Thought of Leon Trotsky, noting that both authors seem caught in a paradox concerning the inevitability of history and the...
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