In “Adjusting Men to Machines,” published in the January 1947 COMMENTARY—an article that continues to attract wide attention among social scientists—Daniel Bell analyzed the growing...

In the centuries—old debate between science and religion, attention has been devoted almost exclusively to the question of whether or not the statements of religion...

The Mind of Einstein Einstein: His Life and Times. by Philipp Frank. Translated by George Rosen. Edited and revised by Shuichi Kusaka. New York, Knopf, 1947. 310 pp....

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...

The first century of the Machine Age is drawing to a close amid fear and trepidation. Its fabulous material success was due to the willing,...

Social Scientists Explore the World of the Factory The resources of the social sciences are called upon more and more frequently to deal with everyday problems...

To The Editor: Reading the first article in the September COMMENTARY [“This Century of Betrayal,” by Hans Kohn] prompts me to offer a few remarks. I wonder...

The ship, a steamer of 7,000 tons, carried 1,100 passengers. Hardly any had ever seen the sea before. For fourteen days the ship danced on...

I know what you’re thinking you’re thinking I made up Uncle Julius, that there is no such person . . . listen, why should we...

Although in its quiet way England has staged a social revolution, he would be a courageous man who would assert that any conscious process of...

To the Editor: Sidney Hook’s article in the February issue of COMMENTARY on the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic...

The instinctual structure of the average man in Germany was no different in 1935 from what it was in 1925. The psychological mass basis for...