President Truman said in his first message to Congress on April 16, 1945: “In this shrinking world, it is futile to seek safety behind geographical...

The Atom Lucretius held that the world took its origin from the swerving of the atoms. Ever since Hiroshima, many had feared that man’s world, at...

Sad it is indeed that the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry are still being debated two months after their publication by the very...

He Remained an Englishman Grooves of change. by Viscount Samuel. Indianapolis-New York, Bobbs-Merrill, 1946. 364 pp. $3.75. If the age of discretion is reached when one has learned how...

When Argentinians return home from the United States, they usually carry with them the impression that the United States is not only a different country...

National independence movements in Europe have always had a strong hold on Americans. Mazzini, Garibaldi and Kossuth were heroes in this country as well as...

During the last few years philosophers in the United States have been engaged in a profound searching of heart. They have been discussing the nature...

Minorities and the State Nationalities and National Minorities. by Oscar Janowsky. New York, Macmillan, 1945. 232 pp. $2.75. The League of Nations and National Minorities. by Pablo de Azcarate. Washington-New York,...

Our country was built by immigrants—those who came to seek opportunity and those who were brought as slaves—and by the descendants of immigrants. Thirty-eight million...

Of all the tools utilized by the social sciences, public opinion polls have made the greatest impact on the American mind. Their amazing accuracy in...

The French today face the future in the frame of mind of an inexperienced swimmer approaching the water’s edge. Their pale faces, troubled minds, and...

Whose Dilemma? The Jewish Dilemma. by Elmer Berger. New York, The Devin-Adair Company, 1945. 257 pp. $3.00 Rabbi Berger is Executive Secretary and one of the official ideological leaders...