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...

The Native Fascist Threat The Plotters. by John Roy Carlson. New York, Dutton, 1946. 408 pp. $3.50.   Carlson’s new book, like its predecessor, Under Cover, has climbed to the...

Sidney Hertzberg devotes most of his department this month to charting the intricate and confusing currents and cross-currents that have marked Palestine developments in the...

To the Editor: I agree with Nathan Glazer about the terrorists (“The Parlor Terrorists,” January COMMENTARY). I think it is better to get ulcers than to...

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...

American unions, grown strong under fourteen years of protective legislation fostered by President Roosevelt, enter Year One of the Republican Resurgence with no clear-cut program...

Stirring on the Left In The United States, which matured industrially and politically later than Europe, it was inevitable that progressive forces should mature later too....

In “From Marxism to Judaism,” published in the January COMMENTARY, Will Herberg, well known as a radical and labor theorist, outlined the course of thinking...

Really, Dr. Parkes . . . An Enemy of the People: Anti-Semitism. by James Parkes. New York, Penguin Books, 1946. 160 pp. 25 ¢. The Jewish Problem in the...

Koestler’s Fellow-Travelers and their Politics If some of my best friends are right, and the big thing right now is to show that the Jew is...

Until nine or ten years ago, I was a thoroughgoing Marxist. I had spent most of my life in the radical movement, and Marxism was...

Status of the Struggle In the struggle between totalitarianism and democracy, there were significant developments on both sides. And the struggle within the forces of democracy,...