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The Rote Revue was the theoretical journal of the Swiss Social Democratic Party. It appeared from 1921 to 2009. Its predecessor publication can be understood as the journal Neues Leben. Monatsschrift für sozialistische Bildung can be understood as its predecessor.
All issues of the Rote Revue are freely accessible as digital copies for non-commercial use on the E-Periodica platform of the Swiss Electronic Academic Library Service (SEALS) operated by the ETH-Bibliothek.

Title variants

The magazine appeared with changing titles and subtitles

  • 1921-1966: Rote Revue. Socialist monthly.
  • 1967-1980: Profile. Social democratic journal for politics, economics and culture.
  • 1981-1989: Rote Revue – Profil. Monthly magazine.
  • 1990-2009: Red Review. Journal of politics, economics and culture.

Responsible editors

An editorial team of one or two people was responsible for the publication:

  • 1921-1941: Ernst Nobs
  • 1921-1945: Friedrich Heeb
  • 1941-1945: Paul Meierhans
  • 1946-1952: Valentin Gitermann
  • 1953-1959: Paul Schmid-Ammann
  • 1953-1959: Jules Humbert-Droz
  • 1959-1960: Benno Hardmeier
  • 1961-1980: Richard Lienhard
  • 1980-1991: Toya Maissen
  • 1992: vacant
  • 1993-1994: Tobias Kästli
  • 1993-1995: Urs Marti
  • 1995-2003: Lisa Schmuckli
  • 1996-2003: Peter A. Schmid
  • 2004-2009: Markus Blaser

Literature

  • Markus Blaser: On the History of the Red Review. In: Red Review. Vol. 85 (2007), No. 1, pp. 34-37. doi:10.5169/seals-342006

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