Herbert J. Gans presents here a documentary account of the gestation, birth, and infancy of a new Jewish community in the United States of today....

The London Jewish Chronicle—the respected mother (or great-aunt) of Anglo-Jewish journalism (including the American)—has belatedly (because of the war) celebrated its centennial with the publication...

The German film Jud Süss (“Jew Süss”) is known throughout the world as one of the most vicious products of Nazi propaganda against the Jews....

Ambiguous Pilgrimage Red Ribbon on a White Horse. by Anzia Yezierska. With an introduction by W. H. Auden. Scribner’s. 220 pp. $2.75.   Anzia Yezierska achieved fame during the 20’s...

The most important inventions for the 20th century may well turn out to be, not the automobile and the atom bomb, but the moving picture...

No Way Out is perhaps the most ambitious of the growing list of films designed to combat anti-Negro prejudice. All, like those about anti-Semitism, have...

In this month’s “On the Horizon,” devoted to shorter articles on the cultural scene, RICHARD M. CLURMAN discusses the movie “Home of the Brave,” and...

For the Jew who feels himself to be a full participant in Western culture, it comes always as a new shock to recognize that this...

This department—which reports on cultural and social trends and events—presents this month a discussion by Benno Weiser of the implications of a South American country’s...

In its third appearance, this new department, devoted to informal comment on cultural and social events and trends, presents a report by Nathan Glazer on...

This new department will represent, we hope, house-room for short pieces on a wide variety of subjects—reflections on and reactions to ideas and events; reports...

Who Owns the Air-Waves? The American Radio: Report form the commission on Freedom of the Press by Llewellyn White. University of Chicago Press, 1947. 260 pp. $3.25.   This publication...