Three Lives Life, I Salute You! by Boris Kader. Cambridge, Sci-Art Publishers, 1945. 368 pp. $3.00. My Caravan of Years: An Autobiography. by Goldie Stone. New York, Bloch, 1945. 252 pp....

The Atom Lucretius held that the world took its origin from the swerving of the atoms. Ever since Hiroshima, many had feared that man’s world, at...

The essay below was first published in 1908-9 in the Jewish Comment and was reprinted in 1999 in a collection of Friedlaender’s English essays, published...

The outlook for democracy and healthy inter-Group living in America is, as we know, inextricably bound up with a sound and healthy national economy. The...

The Everyday Vision Pirke Aboth: The Tractate “Fathers,” from the Mishnah. by R. Travers Herford. New York, Jewish Institute of Religion, 3rd revised edition, 1945. 176 pp. $2.00. Sayings...

He Remained an Englishman Grooves of change. by Viscount Samuel. Indianapolis-New York, Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. 364 pp. $3.75. If the age of discretion is reached when one has learned how...

The New Dynamic For the first time in history Britain offered India, her jewel, full independence. There were no strings attached—or at least none that the...

Introduction These are excerpts from the group diary of “Kibbutz Buchenwald,” an agricultural commune formed by some of the survivors of Buchenwald with the intention of...

To the long line of legendary heroes of Israel, the Second World War has added the gallant band of young men and women known as...

Nuremberg’s New Precedents The Case Against The Nazi War Criminals. by Robert H. Jackson. With A Preface By Gordon Dean. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. 217 pp....

Athens The fashionable phrase in Salonika for a Jew back from deportation is “unused cake of soap.” This brand of Hellenic wit requires a toughness of...

Hunger In the Spring of 1946 the world was a suppliant before the heads of the three great states. They were exercising the most basic and...