This essay by Paul Goodman is the fourth in a series dealing with the issues posed for the liberal voter by the 1968 Presidential election....

This article is the third in a series dedicated to exploring the alternatives open to the responsible liberal voter in 1968 (see Theodore Draper's “Vietnam...

Attempting to articulate the dilemmas faced by the liberal voter this year, COMMENTARY herewith continues its regular column, Election '68. This department, which will run...

Few events pose a dilemma of deeper concern to America’s liberal community than the forthcoming Presidential election. In an attempt to air the issues involved,...

It is only recently that I have stopped doing a double-take upon encountering lapel-buttons emblazoned “McCarthy.” For my generation, that surname still has only one...

Ethnicity and Power Politics in a Pluralist Democracy: Studies of Voting in the 1960 Election. by Lucy S. Dawidowicz and Leon J. Goldstein. Institute of Human Relations Press....

I find it difficult to believe that only three months ago I was a candidate for major office. Hardly a week after the election the...

The existence of a minority group vote in America, or indeed of any bloc voting groups, is proclaimed and denied with about equal vigor—often by...

Though the outcome of the 1960 Presidential election will be determined by a variety of factors, it is clearly the “religious issue” which most fascinates...

I have been reading a book called Candidates 1960 edited by Eric Sevareid and published by Basic Books, and it has activated two old prejudices,...

The approaching election is knotted in a bundle of striking paradoxes. The Democratic position as majority party has scarcely been shaken; yet President Eisenhower seems...

The West German Democracy German Democracy at Work. A selective study by James K. Pollock, Henry L. Bretton, Frank Grace, Daniel S. Mchargue; ed. James K....