Two eminent Jews, Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, and Franz Boas, the great anthropologist, are the subjects of two recently published biographies which Stanley...

Nathan Glazer here reports on a remarkable study of the frequency of insanity in the limited States, from 1840 to the present, that tends to...

William Petersen here reports on some of the most important studies that have been published by American sociologists in recent years, measuring the extent of...

A recent study by the author as well as a collation of obscure and sometimes unpublished material enables Hershel Shanks to establish what is perhaps...

Europe’s Loss, our Gain The Refugee Intellectual. By Donald Peterson Kent. Columbia University Press. 317 pp. $5.00. The Cultural Migration. Edited by W. Rex Crawford. University of Pennsylvania Press. 156 pp....

Readers of this column are already acquainted with the Hoover Institute’s Studies in the Revolution of Our Time, some of the first of which were...

Freedom and Responsibility Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No. By Sidney Hook. John Day. 283 pp. $3.75.   For the thoughtful person, reading something by Sidney Hook means an encounter with a mind...

Morton Clurman here reports on a recent large-scale study of prejudice which was undertaken by the Roper organization to determine whether colleges discriminate against Jewish...

Popular images are rarely entirely wrong; and if the mass media and the popular mind today see the social scientist as a man with pencil...

America had led the world in the growth of its population so long that it was saddening to discover, in the 1920’s and 1930’s, that...

The Hoover Institute on War, Revolution, and Peace is sponsoring a major series of studies into the nature of the ruling groups in the Soviet...

A hundred and fifty years ago, a British cleric drew some startling conclusions from the fact that, while the earth’s surface is limited, man’s capacity...