Even before Hitler, the conspicuous political activity of university students in Germany was nationalist and reactionary. Some signs that this situation has changed since 1945...

“On the Horizon” this month we find a fairly straight-faced discussion by Sam Levenson of the evils of dialect humor, and a report by Peter...

Next time you buy your $1.50 ticket to Radio City Music Hall, think of the dear dead days of our youth (some of us) when...

Movie audiences, subjected for the past year or so to a steady diet of massive close-ups, dark symbolism, overheated “atmosphere,” have begun to sense that...

In Leo McCarey’s new film, My Son John, Nathan Glick finds an example of that undiscriminating anti-Communism which uses the idea of “Communism” as a...

The traveler who likes to orient himself in new surroundings by glancing through a sheaf of local newspapers is likely to find it tough going...

I am not one of those who responded strongly to Death of a Salesman when it was presented on the stage. Like many “great” American...

In two current movies, The Desert Fox and Decision Before Dawn, the leading figures are all military men, involved in very different ways with something...

Many Americans who in the 1930’s turned toward a faith in the Russian Revolution and Communism found a special support and comfort in the familiar,...

According to legend, the small-town American editor must be the master of all trades, crafts, arts, and professions, handling everything from the recovery of lost...

Nathan Glick here discusses two recent films which throw some degree of light on the relations between Americans and Europeans.  _____________   In two recent films—the American Teresa...

If philosophers cannot become kings, as Plato hoped they would, then probably the next best thing is for journalists to become prime ministers—like Winston Churchill....