To the Editor: “Back to Eighty-Sixth Street,” by Aaron M. Frankel, sounds a warning that Jewish followers of a racial ideology should heed, right here in...

The sentimentality or Byronic romanticism of Zionism has received far more emphasis than the politico-economic currents that have constituted its real strengths or weaknesses. Underlying...

Introduction When the Buchenwald concentration camp was freed by the American Army on April 11, 1945, some of the Jewish survivors formed themselves into a group...

Can Palestine Be Self-Supporting? Palestine: Problem and Promise. An Economic Study. by Robert R. Nathan, Oscar Gass, Donald Creamer. Washington, D. C., Public Affairs Press, 1946. 675 pp....

For the first time since the days of Bar Kochba, Jews have appeared on the historical scene fighting with arms for their national rights. Coming...

Sad it is indeed that the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry are still being debated two months after their publication by the very...

Introduction These are excerpts from the group diary of “Kibbutz Buchenwald,” an agricultural commune formed by some of the survivors of Buchenwald with the intention of...

Palestine Handbook The Palestine Yearbook. by Sophie A. Udin. Washington, Zionist Organization of America, 1945. 526 pp. $3.50. This useful compendium issued by the Zionist organization of America is...

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...

Upon my return from Palestine in 1912, I summed up my views in an article “Summa Summarum.” When I then met violent criticism from various...

Rehovot Is there any hope of establishing a pattern of government and of living in Palestine on which a peaceful existence can be based? During all of...

Until the advent of Hitler in 1933 the Arab Middle East lay stagnant and all but forgotten by the Western world. With the rise of...