Beyond Liberalism The Liberal Imagination. By Lionel Trilling. Viking. 303 pp. $3.50.   This is a difficult book to review. The difficulty is that Mr. Trilling has a single theme—a...

Has America a Ruling Class? Strategy for Liberals: The Politics of the Mixed Economy. by Irwin Ross. Harper. 211 Pp. $3.00.   It is a singular commentary on the state...

It is by now an open secret that in American politics the word “liberal” has come to describe birds of amazingly different feathers. Robert Bendiner,...

Reformer, corporation lawyer, Zionist, Justice of the Supreme Court, and one of the most outstanding liberals of his generation, Louis D. Brandeis (1856-1941) lived in...

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...

In many quarters, Henry A. Wallace is regarded as the most important political leader and ideologist that American liberals possess, and the possible head of...

To the Editor: The basic disagreement between your correspondents and myself about my review of Gentleman’s Agreement is, I think, a significant one, involving more than...

Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s death his name has been taken in vain by friends and foes alike. The Democratic party introduced recordings of his voice...