A modern prejudice holds that two scholars—if organized in a “project”—are always better than one, truth being an antagonist inclined to yield itself to mass...

In this critique of the “very American” science of sociology, the Swiss historian and political analyst, Herbert Luethy, raises the question of the pertinence of...

An Old-School Testament The Measure of Man. by Joseph Wood Krutch. Bobbs-Merrill. 261 pp. $3.50.   The Measure of Man is another of those tracts for the times which address...

In the past two decades, ethnic prejudice has been an area of prime concern for American social scientists, and they have been able to make...

This department, usually devoted to the examination of more or less finished work in the social sciences, rarely finds an opportunity to present the materials...

The study of anti-Semitism and group prejudice in this country has been fundamentally affected by the monumental volume The Authoritarian Personality, published in 1950, which...

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...

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....

A recent study by the author as well as a collation of obscure and sometimes unpublished material enables Hershel Shanks to establish what is perhaps...

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...