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...

Nuremberg’s New Precedents The Case Against The Nazi War Criminals. by Robert H. Jackson. With A Preface By Gordon Dean. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. 217 pp....

The invitation to abandon illusions regarding [a] situation is an invitation to abandon a situation which has need of illusions. —Karl Marx. The recent statement of Lieutenant...

This article is the fifth in the series, “The Crisis of the Individual,” which already includes articles by Reinhold Niebuhr, Leo Lowenthal, Hannah Arendt and...

More Than A Conspiracy It’s a Secret. by Henry Hoke. New York, Reynal and Hitchcock, 1946. 312 pp. $2.50. Time Bomb. by E. A. Piller. New York, Arco Publishing Co., 1945....

The American people are today aroused as never before to the dangers—and the dollars-and-cents-cost—of racial and religious prejudice. The recent successful filibuster by a handful...

The Dilemma The historical fact upon which hung the Jewish interest as well as every other specific interest in the world was the sharpening conflict between...

A new political phenomenon burst upon the scene of Middle Eastern politics just about one year ago—the Arab League. Disparaged as a tool of the...

What do American veterans think of the rest of the world? On this question the experts split all the way from Smith, who knows that...

It may seem a far cry from shooting dice or playing chess to predicting how a battle between great economic combines will work out. Yet...

The Infiltrees As the first winter of liberation settled into the bones of Europe’s millions, the struggle for simple survival was not yet over. The position of...

The Realities Of Freedom Safeguarding Civil Liberty Today. by Carl L. Becker, Max Lerner, James Lawrence Fly, Robert E. Cushman, Francis Biddle, and Edmund Ezra Day. Ithaca, Cornell...