Psychoanalysis has in recent years greatly influenced thinking in such fields as anthropology and sociology; here is an example of its use in the writing...

The Polish Tragedy Between Fear and Hope by S. L. Shneiderman. New York, Arco, 1947. 316 pp. $3.75.   Mr. Shneiderman should have limited his book to the Jewish agony...

Crossfire was the first, Gentleman’s Agreement is the second in Hollywood’s film cycle against anti-Semitism to reach the nation’s screens. Elliot E. Cohen wrote the...

The Limitations of Fairness The Emergence of the Jewish Problem: 1878-1939. by James Parkes. London and New York, Oxford University Press, 1946. 259 pp. $5.00.   Dr. Parkes’ writings present...

For the anti-Semite, there is no escape from the Jewish “problem.” What could be more tragic-comic than the plight of the respectable French father who,...

To a sympathetic onlooker, it had seemed the nightmare was over. Patient, molecular, generous effort was reincorporating the Jewish victims of Hitler’s terror into normal...

Amid the chorus of comment, mostly favorable, that greeted the movie Crossfire, Hollywood’s first serious attempt to deal with the problem of anti-Semitism, Elliot E....

Karl Frucht is the scarcely concealed “Sergeant Franck” of this incredible story, which plainly falls into the “stranger than fiction” class. It tells one of...

Discussion of the “German problem” has too often been smothered in a mist of understandable emotion, prejudice, and voluble ignorance. Samuel J. Hurwitz, who here...

A boyhood as one of a Jewish storekeeping family in the Negro district of an Alabama town and some four decades of interest in Jewish...

When you come back from Europe in the summer of 1947, it is not the plentiful food nor the well-stocked stores nor the undamaged cities...

This description of the conflicting machineries and ideologies involved in the re-education of the German people illuminates in microcosm the whole political problem of reconstructing...