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...

Sidney Hertzberg devotes most of his department this month to charting the intricate and confusing currents and cross-currents that have marked Palestine developments in the...

Two Arab armies, Najada and Futuwah, have been sharing the limelight of Palestine news dispatches with Hagana, central Jewish resistance movement, and the two Jewish...

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...

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...

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,...

The agonizing difficulty of finding loopholes in existing law through which to draw into this country even a few survivors of Europe’s disaster offers a...

Proposing an International Plan of Rescue Allied troops sweeping across Germany early in 1945 reacted to Dachau, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Auschwitz, with incredulity, revulsion, and fury. “There...

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...

Rehovot After the adjournment until December of the Palestine Conference in London, representatives of the Jewish Agency entered into “unofficial” discussions with members of the British...

Vienna (July 1946)—Three boys, aged about seven, were furiously at work in a comer of the common room, stuffing fresh white bread into their faces...