Perhaps the most striking thing about the Marshall Plan was the spurt of galvanized enthusiasm with which it was greeted in Western Europe. British and...

Most American economists—60 per cent, if we are to believe a recent Business Week survey—think that a serious economic collapse will take place within the...

Many thoughtful people see the central political problem of our time as that of achieving economic security without thereby sacrificing the values of the liberal...

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...

The city of St. Louis lies at the geographical center of the United States. It has a strain of French blood from the Louisiana adventurers...

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...

If Uncle Sam is now very much the man in the middle in the Middle East, it is not solely because Britain has cried out...

Prophetic voices are again warning American Jews that their economic position spells trouble for them—especially if there is a major depression. Well-meaning neighbors (and some...

If, as Sidney Hook wrote recently, the two great semantic beacons of our time are the terms “transition” and “crisis,” then a third term is...

Meyer Levin, the novelist, here uses the dollars-and-cents figures of an actual budget to make us see the scale of human relationships and values of...

The Republican party, which holds the majority in the 80th Congress, has pledged itself to pass a permanent FEPC law outlawing the practice of discrimination...

The Economics of Palestine The Palestine Year Book. New York, The Zionist Organization of America, 5707-1946. 658 pp. $3.75.   This is an uncommonly interesting year book. Instead of...