The Balance Sheet The British Empire was dying and throughout the world Britain and its wards were acting out the last few scenes of an inexorable...

The greatest trial of all time is taking place in our own day—at Nuremberg. It will certainly overshadow the Dreyfus Affair, the Sacco-Vanzetti case and...

Capturing the Prophets Meet Amos and Hosea: The Prophets of Israel. by Rolland Emerson Wolfe. New York, Harper & Bros., 1945. 180 pp. $2.00. Here is a volume prepared...

Shall Germany be Ruralized? Germany is Our Problem. by Henry Morgenthau, jr. New York, Harper & Bros., 1945. 239 pp. $2.00. Shortly after Hitler’s rise to power prominent Nazi...

No More Apologies All God’s Children: A Jew Speaks. by Armond E. Cohen. New York, The Macmillan Co., 1945. 104 pp. $1.50. Rabbi Cohen writes a series of “open...

This month, “The Study Of Man,” COMMENTARY’s review of new thought and research in the social sciences, is given over to a full-length report and...

This astonishingly modern essay was delivered in the form of a lecture, in Berlin in January 1869, by Hermann Cohen, considered by many the foremost...

In an autobiographical sketch, written in 1904, Saul Tschernichowsky wrote of his ancestors: “And so I begin with the mythology of our family, which is...

This COMMENTARY by the late Adolph S. Oko on Waldo Frank’s book on the problem of the modem American Jew is, like many Jewish commentaries...

To the Editor: In his review of A. M. Klein’s “Poems” in the November issue of COMMENTARY, Mr. Randall Jarrell rakes two and a half pages...

Budapest When the Navy Day party was breaking up, Major General Key, chief of our military mission here, invited a few of us along with him...

The Too Ambitious Reporter Twilight Bar. by Arthur Koestler. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1945. 104 pp. $2.00. The Yogi and the Commissar. by Arthur Koestler. New York, The Macmillan Company,...