Now that Cuba has become a member of the Soviet bloc and Fidel Castro has proclaimed that he has for some time been a dedicated...

The morning John F. Kennedy spoke to the New York delegation prior to the voting at the Los Angeles convention, he reminded the New Yorkers...

At the recent Republican convention, Senator Barry Goldwater varied the occasion’s ritual excoriation of Democrats by accusing them of having abandoned Jefferson and Jackson in...

The most unusual event of the two cut-and-dried and largely predictable party conventions was the Nixon-Rockefeller meeting and its outcome the weekend before the Republican...

Seymour, Greeley, Tilden, Cleveland, Parker, Smith, and Roosevelt: seven of the thirteen men named by the Democrats for the Presidency since the Civil War have...

Document of Non-Dialogue Up from Liberalism. by William F. Buckley, Jr. McDowell, Obolensky. 205 pp. $3.50.   There are two possible tones whose employment toward William F. Buckley fits the...

Back in last November, when Harold Lavine went to Chicago to report a conclave of the top Democrats, he and other reporters found seasoned politicians...

What are the prospects of liberalism in the present era and under the present administration? What are the chances for a remobilization of the forces...

Karl Mannheim’s Thought Freedom, Power, and Democratic Planning. by Karl Mannheim. Oxford. 384 pp. $5.00.   Karl Mannheim, the Hungarian-born sociologist who became famous in Germany and who died in...

David Daiches’s article in the February COMMENTARY, “American Judaism: A Personal View,” which expressed an agnosticism toward the Jewish religion along with a scornful rejection...

The problem of counteracting Soviet influence in this country is confused by the fact that the chief sources of political and cultural muddleheadedness are less...

The five-volume series “Studies in Prejudice,” published by Harper during the past year, won immediate recognition as a monumental contribution to our scientific knowledge of...