On September 26, 1945 Richard Beer-Hofmann’s princely life came to a close, fittingly enough, on the verge of patriarchal old age. It can be said of...

To the Editor: “Will Nuremberg Serve Justice?” by Milton R. Konvitz in the January COMMENTARY is an amazing revelation of how far legal minds can remove...

“Grass Roots” for Big Cities Reveille For Radicals. by Saul D. Alinsky. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 228 pp. $2.50. Chicago’s “back-of-the-yards” district is a smoky, sprawling area where...

Puritan into Democrat Puritanism and Democracy. by Ralph Barton Perry. New York, Vanguard Press, 1944. 687 pp. $5.00. Judged from the vantage point of any single discipline, Ralph Barton...

This article is the third in the series, “The Crisis of the Individual,” which already includes articles by Reinhold Niebuhr and Leo Lowenthal published in...

The Infiltrees As the first winter of liberation settled into the bones of Europe’s millions, the struggle for simple survival was not yet over. The position of...

Sociologists are finally heeding the injunction, “Physician, heal thyself.” After having subjected social strata ranging from hoboes to the Four Hundred to sociological analysis, they...

Hitler has been off the scene less than a year, yet already it is difficult to believe that this flagrant little paranoid could have dominated...