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...

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...

Rhymes for a Reason Mother Goose Rhymes For Jewish Children. by Sara G. Levy. New York, Bloch Publishing Co., 1945. 61 pp. $1.25. Nothing is simple any more, once...

For Publication Only Jewish Youth At War: Letters From American Soldiers. by Isaac E. Rontch. New York, Marsten Press, 1945. 304 pp. $3.00. A Collection of letters of Jewish...

Always the Balkans Trouble Zone. by Leon Dennen. New York, Chicago, Ziff—Davis Publishing Co., 1945. 173 pp. $1.50. Leon Dennen spent nine months in 1944 in the Near East...

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...

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...

To the Editor: Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan’s “The Truth About Reconstructionism“ in the December issue fails to meet the difficulties of the Reconstructionist position to which...

Tel-Aviv It took a full week for even the Jerusalem population to realize that wounding fifty-one people by shooting into a crowd and by subsequent sniping...

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,...

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...

Jerusalem Ve-day was not celebrated in Palestine with the enthusiasm we all expected it would be a few years ago. As in many other countries, the...