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...

To the Editor: Of all the articles I have read dealing with the plight of the Jews in postwar Europe, that by Shlomo Katz is at...

The question in my title will perhaps seem odd; that I ask it at this time is the result of a cobbler not having stuck...

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....

Exploiting Jewish Tragedy The Glory of Elsie Silver. by Louis Golding. New York, Dial Press, 1946. 390 pp. $2.75. From my own experience, I can report that it is...

Handy Compendium An Encyclopedia of Religion. by Vergilius Ferm. The Philosophical Library, New York, 1945. 844 pp. $10.00. The Philosophical Library first came to this reviewer’s attention with the...

Rereading Herzl’s The Jewish State today is a peculiar experience. One becomes aware that those things in it that Herzl’s own contemporaries would have called...

In that undamaged house in a half-ruined German city, a bit crowded but not too uncomfortable, live fifty average Germans, thirty-two females, eighteen males, all...

The intellectual current that now impels writers—in the big national magazines as well as the more serious little magazines—to talk about race prejudice has not...

Modern Guides To The Perplexed? This Is Judaism. by Ferdinand M. Isserman. Chicago, Willett, Clark & Co., 1944. 238 pp. $2.50. Conservative Judaism: An American Philosophy. by Robert Grdis. New York,...

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...

To the Editor: John Dewey’s article in the March Commentary marks a watershed for me—and I suspect for a good many others as well. Many of...