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Maurice Goldbloom

Maurice Goldbloom

Like Franklin Roosevelt, Richard Nixon came to the Presidency in the midst of a national crisis which had seriously eroded the authority of the office,...

An American Communist A Long Journey. by George Blake Charney. Quadrangle. 340 pp. $7.50. There have been a great many autobiographies of leading Communists and ex-Communists, both in the...

The past political year has seen a number of events which, at least on the surface, have appeared to herald the downfall of the traditional...

The Second Exchange was occasioned by Maurice J. Goldbloom's article, “The New York School Crisis,” which appeared in January. Marilyn Gittell is director of the...

On Greece A Short History of Modern Greece. by C. M. Woodhouse. Praeger. 318 pp. $6.50. The Web of Modern Greek Politics. by Jane Clark Carey and Andrew Galbraith Carey. Columbia....

“The Axe,” Sir Walter Raleigh told his executioner, “is a sharp medicine but a sure cure for all ills.” A good many people seem ready...

On March 12, 1947, President Harry S. Truman asked Congress to aid Greece to preserve a “way of life . . . based upon the...

The struggle between the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the White House over Vietnam and foreign aid is only the latest battle in a war...

In the autumn of 1963 the international prestige of the United States stood higher than at any previous time since the end of World War...

The Road to Prosperity Prosperity without Inflation. by Arthur F. Burns. Fordham University Press. 88 pp. $2.00.   At a time when rising prices and recession appear to be going...

Judicial Review The Bill of Rights. by Learned Hand. Harvard. 82 pp. $2.50.   In these three lectures, delivered at Harvard College, Judge Learned Hand endeavors to define the proper...

The Social Novel The Iron Heel. by Jack London. Macmillan. 303 pp. $3.75. It Happened to Didymus. by Upton Sinclair. Sagamore Press. 151 pp. $2.95.   The Soviet Union is issuing a stamp...