“I don’t like to see our people going to pieces, that’s all.”—Mendel Quixano in The Melting-Pot by Israel Zangwill. Judah Monis The name “Monis” is supposed to...

Politics—Foreign and Domestic In the Spring of 1946, it became clear that the United States at last had a foreign policy that was definite in at...

The Nazi’s Best Weapon Man’s Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race. by M. E. Ashley Montagu. With a foreword by Aldous Huxley. New York, Columbia University Press,...

More Than A Conspiracy It’s a Secret. by Henry Hoke. New York, Reynal and Hitchcock, 1946. 312 pp. $2.50. Time Bomb. by E. A. Piller. New York, Arco Publishing Co., 1945....

The Dilemma The historical fact upon which hung the Jewish interest as well as every other specific interest in the world was the sharpening conflict between...

The essay below, which forms the introduction to Dubnow’s Universal History and appears in its first volume, was written some time in the twenties. It...

In 1941 the Deutsche Schachzeitung, the official German chess publication, printed a series of articles which dealt harshly with what was described as the “Jewish...

Bucharest My Interview with Father Constantin Burducea Minister of Religion, was very gratifying. He looked most venerable, a proper shepherd of the varied Rumanian cults, in his...

This article is the fourth in a series which aims to bring to bear the minds of a number of leading men of thought in...

Jewish Vital Statistics The Rise of the Jew in the Western World. A Social And Economic History of the jewish people of Europe. by Uriah Zevi Engelman...

The Infiltrees As the first winter of liberation settled into the bones of Europe’s millions, the struggle for simple survival was not yet over. The position of...

For several centuries now the Western world has been in profound and incessant turmoil. The conditions of its material and spiritual life have been altered...