The first century of the Machine Age is drawing to a close amid fear and trepidation. Its fabulous material success was due to the willing,...

American unions, grown strong under fourteen years of protective legislation fostered by President Roosevelt, enter Year One of the Republican Resurgence with no clear-cut program...

To The Editor: I have rarely seen such organized misinformation and inaccuracies as appeared on page 347 of your October issue, in “The Month in History.” You...

The turbulent reconversion period which began with V-J Day, and ended a few weeks ago with President Truman’s scuttling of meat controls and stabilization, will...

Increasingly in recent years economists have become concerned with the psychological why’s and wherefores of economic behavior. The naive notion of “economic man” that served...

That Western culture as a whole is in the grip of a serious crisis is a fact, about which it is hardly necessary to go...

Labour’s Master Plan All the world was divided into two parts. One was the Soviet Union, which was using its military strength and its propaganda organizations...

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....

The Economic Founding Fathers The Economic Mind in American Civilization: 1606-1865. by Joseph Dorfman. New York, Viking, 1946. Two Volumes. $7.50. As America moves toward its “manifest destiny,” its...

The outlook for democracy and healthy inter-Group living in America is, as we know, inextricably bound up with a sound and healthy national economy. The...

To the Editors: I wish I had time to comment more fully on Pearl Buck’s article in the April Commentary. I believe that we have to...

The importance of a sound and healthy economy to the strength and future of democratic life—as it concerns both the individual and his group relationships—is...