Maurice J. Goldbloom has had long experience in news analysis which amply qualifies him for the task he undertakes here: to examine and weigh day-to-day...

Mr. Crossman was born in England in 1907. He was graduated from New College, Oxford University, where he later became a fellow and tutor. Mr....

Maurice J. Goldbloom has had long experience in news analysis which amply qualifies him for the task he undertakes here: to examine and weigh day-to-day...

Tel Aviv The news, last February, that Britain would refer the “Palestine question” to the United Nations, came against a background of increasing violence, ineffectively met,...

Sidney Hertzberg seeks in this regular department to provide a fair and impartial report of important trends in world affairs in their implications for Jews....

Failure of a Mission Behind the Silken Curtain. by Bartley C. Crum. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1947. 297 pp. $2.75. Palestine Mission: A Personal Record. by Richard Crossman. New York,...

With the end of the wartime boom, the perennial problems of the Jewish economy in Palestine return to the center of the stage. While the...

Will Herberg wrote the widely-discussed article “From Marxism to Judaism” (COMMENTARY, January 1947), in which he analyzed the current faith of many radicals, and asserted...

The Jewish Resistance Blessed is the Match. by Marie Syrkin. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947. 361 pp. $3.00.   Marie Syrkin has given us the first over-all...

Leo S. Baeck, chief rabbi of Berlin and a distinguished modern scholar, served his people in pre-Hitler Germany, during the Nazi regime, and in the...

Sidney Hertzberg seeks in this regular department to provide a fair and impartial report of important trends on world affairs in their implications for Jews....

Below we print a second excerpt from Rabbi Simone (Simhah) ben Isaac Luzzatto’s Discorso circa il Stato degli Ebrei, a book of apologetics published in...