In Britain’s recent municipal and county elections, the Labor party scored impressive gains. To some extent, no doubt, this merely reflects a natural dissatisfaction with...

Ever since the election of 1936, the theme of a possible Southern breakaway from the national Democratic party has been a favorite one for political...

One of the longest parliamentary crises in history has recently ended in the world’s youngest parliamentary state. Hal Lehrman here describes the issues that were...

Herbert Lüthy’s previous articles in this journal, “France’s Homeless Left” (August 1950) and “Has Europe the Will to Fight?” (November 1950), first brought the writings...

Political commentators from coast to coast have seen the results of our recent elections as a smashing repudiation of the Fair Deal and a “mandate”...

In recent weeks two members of the British Commonwealth of Nations, Australia and New Zealand, have seen the passing of their well-established Labor governments. Now,...

Today, four years after the end of World War II, one can get general agreement that the denazification policy of the Western powers, conceived as...

The groundswell of liberalism that elected Harry Truman and the 81st Congress caught even the most experienced political observers off balance; what is more, political...

The author of this article on the 1948 presidential election is hardly a political expert—but, at least at this particular time, this is not likely...

In times when the month-by-month march of events is of such a character as to give little comfort to the hopes of men in general,...

The perennial dilemma of the liberal—how best to make his vote and his political activity count within the American party system—is here discussed by one...