Where Progressivism is Vulnerable The Autobiography of William Allen White. New York, Macmillan, 1946. 669 pp. $3.75. Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Movement. by George E. Mowry. University of Wisconsin...

In recent years it has become popular to be superior to the problem of social discrimination—”pin-pricks,” “mere snobbery,” so goes the current belief; why give...

Statesman’s Apologia Austrian Requiem. by Kurt von Schuschnigg. New York, G. P. .Putnam’s Sons, 1946. 322 pp. $3.50.   Few apologists are more suspect than retired statesmen explaining their ill-starred...

To Many Jewish thinkers, the events of the decade leading up to World War II, and the continuing dim perspective of the postwar years, spell...

Nightmare Come True The Other Kingdom. by David Rousset. New York, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. 173 pp. $2.75. Smoke Over Birkenau. by Seweryna Szmaglewska. New York, Henry Holt, 1947. 386 pp....

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...

To the Editor: In his article, “Racism and America’s World Position,” in the August issue of COMMENTARY, Carl Dreher takes issue with my article in the...

The experience of the past fifteen years has made the question of nationalism a crucial one for all the peoples of the world, and for...

Many thoughtful people see the central political problem of our time as that of achieving economic security without thereby sacrificing the values of the liberal...

Any aspect of British foreign policy must, to be understood, be viewed as part of a complex network whose ultimate purpose is to support the...

Failure of a Mission Behind the Silken Curtain. by Bartley C. Crum. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1947. 297 pp. $2.75. Palestine Mission: A Personal Record. by Richard Crossman. New York,...

One wintry day in 1886, a lecturer on International Law and South American Diplomacy in Columbia’s School of Political Economy sat at the window of...