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To the Editor: Perhaps Prince Hubertus has managed in his book, The German in History, to present a good case for the traditional Christian tolerance towards...

To the Editor: Essentially the problem Mr. Glazer raises concerning the application of social science to human affairs is a moral one. I believe that all...

To the Editor: There can be no question of the urgent importance of the issues Mr. Glazer raises in his article “Government by Manipulation” in the...

To the Editor: Dissatisfaction with contemporary civilization, its political structures and its culture, has arisen naturally from the war crisis and the events that preceded and...

To the Editor: Sidney Hook’s article in the February issue of COMMENTARY on the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic...

To the Editor: I have been reading the last three issues of COMMENTARY with increasing wonderment. We are a people who live by handfuls among the...

To the Editor: I found Hertzberg’s analysis [of the report of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry] most excellent. Indeed it is the most understanding and objective...

To the Editor: In his review of The Case Against the Nazi War Criminals in the May Commentary, Professor Max Radin says that I am not...

To the Editor: Jews are inevitably suffering from shock, declares Mr. Rorty in his letter [in the May issue] commenting on my article “No Hope Except...

To the Editor: John Dewey’s article in the March Commentary marks a watershed for me—and I suspect for a good many others as well. Many of...

To the Editor: Of all the articles I have read dealing with the plight of the Jews in postwar Europe, that by Shlomo Katz is at...

Dep’t of Editorial Fallibility In our prefatory note on Simon M. Dubnow’s Introduction to his Universal History of the Jews, which appeared in the March “Cedars...