Amid the chorus of comment, mostly favorable, that greeted the movie Crossfire, Hollywood’s first serious attempt to deal with the problem of anti-Semitism, Elliot E....

A boyhood as one of a Jewish storekeeping family in the Negro district of an Alabama town and some four decades of interest in Jewish...

It is an aim of this department to encourage discussion of significant issues raised by current books. Good reviewers, we have found, have independent judgment...

I recently read The Great Gatsby for the first time, and it struck me that in all the praise of the book I had heard...

At the moment, Jerome Kern seems destined to be remembered as a primal source of tuneful ballads for the All-Time Hit Parade—indeed, this is his...

Is Radio propaganda the great potential menace—or, if used properly, the great popular cure-all? Norbert Muhlen, who here offers an answer to this question, has...

Limits of Common Sense Years Of Wrath: A Cartoon History: 1931-1945. by David Low. With a Chronology and Text by Quincy Howe. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1946....

The three-day Public Relations Workshop recently sponsored in New York by the American Council of Race Relations brought into sharp focus the quandary in which...

When the curtain goes up on season’s opening at the Metropolitan Opera, the audience presents a picture of aristocratic splendor and ostentation. No matter that...

What Gentiles Think Gentile And Jew: A Symposium. by Chaim Newman. London, Alliance Press Limited, no date. 372 pp. 12s. 6d. This curious little book has a real significance,...

Films saturated with terror and sadism have issued from Hollywood in such numbers recently as to become commonplace. The trend undoubtedly had its source in...

The essay below was first published in 1908-9 in the Jewish Comment and was reprinted in 1999 in a collection of Friedlaender’s English essays, published...