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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 6 Years, 55 Issues, 1,542 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1941 = 3 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [+]
        October 1941 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. "There Will Come A Better Day..." by Cordell Hull, p. 5
        2. The Western Sky by Archibald MacLeish, p. 6
        3. Editorial, pp. 7-8
        4. Hatred and Tolerance by Nicholas Murray Butler, pp. 9-10
        5. Either Hitler or America by Marcelo T. de Alvear, pp. 11-13
        6. Dilemmas for a Post-War World by Quincy Wright, pp. 14-16
        7. Of Polls and Politics by Clark M. Eichelberger, pp. 17-20
        8. Round Table No. 1: Inside Stories of World War II by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 21-28
        9. American Foreign Policy: A Symphony Without a Score by Walter Millis, pp. 29-33
        10. The Tie That Binds the Americas by Baldomero Sanin Cano, pp. 34-38
        11. What We Are Fighting For by Edouard Benes, pp. 39-42
        12. First Things First by Norman Angell, pp. 43-49
        13. The Vatican and the War by Carlo Sforza, pp. 50-54
        14. How Science Can Win the War by Henri Laugier, pp. 55-63
        15. Political War by Louis Dolivet, pp. 64-69
        16. The New Order: A Study in Plunder by Antonin Basch, pp. 70-78
        17. What About War Aims? by Quo Tai-chi, pp. 79-80
        18. Why China Deserves Help by T.V. Soong, pp. 81-85
        19. How Dunkirk Led to Smolensk by Walter Duranty, pp. 86-89
        20. Fascism and the Working Man by Robert Watt, pp. 90-92
        21. The Secret of China's Strength by Wou Saofong, pp. 93-98
        22. Nazi Intrigue in Latin America by Hugo Fernandez Artucio, pp. 99-102
        23. Secret France by The Underground Reporter, pp. 103-106
        24. Gestapo and Puppet Police by The Underground Reporter, pp. 107-114
      2. [+]
        November 1941 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Not By Words Alone by Ernest Bevin, p. 125
        2. We Shall Not Succumb by Tom Connally, p. 126
        3. Editorial, pp. 127-129
        4. I Only Ask You for a Hair by Karin Michaelis, p. 130
        5. Latin America Warns the United States, pp. 131-136
        6. Some Truths About Hemispheric Unity by Ernesto Galarza, pp. 137-142
        7. Freemen's Last Chance by Frederick L. Schuman, pp. 143-148
        8. What Southeastern Europe Expects by Constantin Fotitch, pp. 149-153
        9. France's Permanent Ideal by Henri Focillon, pp. 154-162
        10. Round Table No. 2: What About Germany's Future?, pp. 163-174
        11. Letter to the Editors by Norman Angell, pp. 175-176
        12. The Romance of Power in Latin America by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 177-187
        13. Needed: A War of Coalition by Max Werner, pp. 188-192
        14. In Place of War Debts by Michael Straight, pp. 193-196
        15. Fascism and Catholicism by Dietrich von Hildebrand, pp. 197-199
        16. A Chinese View of World Order by Wou Saofong, pp. 200-204
        17. Hitler's Roman Gau by Carlo a Prato, pp. 205-208
        18. Poland, France, and Spain by The Underground Reporter, pp. 209-216
      3. [+]
        December 1941 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Is There an Easy Road to Freedom? by Carl Sandburg, p. 220
        2. Editorial, pp. 221-222
        3. For Future Justice by Clement Attlee, pp. 223-224
        4. An Iowan Interprets America to Freedom Loving People Abroad by W.W. Waymack, pp. 225-230
        5. Excerps From a Correspondent's Diary by Jay Allen, pp. 231-236
        6. Round Table No. 3: Chances of Victory by Walter Millis, pp. 237-247
        7. Letter to the Editors by Frederick C. McKee, p. 248
        8. From a Standing Start by Grant Dexter, pp. 249-253
        9. Britain's Deep Forces by Clark M. Eichelberger, pp. 254-255
        10. A Comparison of Army Budgets by Fritz Sternberg, pp. 256-262
        11. The Smiling Nazi Soldier by Hans Habe, pp. 263-268
        12. Victims of Fascism: Carlo and Nello Rosselli by Gaetano Salvemini, pp. 269-272
        13. Coin and Counterfeit by Harriet B. Laidlaw, pp. 273-274
        14. Toward a System of International Democracy by Jan Masaryk, pp. 275-276
        15. The Isolationist Falls Into Goebbels' Lap by Freda Kirchwey, pp. 277-279
        16. Winds That Sway the Pampas by Americo Ghioldi, pp. 280-282
        17. Germans Forecast American Conquest Sixty Years Ago by Julius Epstein, pp. 283-286
        18. The Technique of Nazi Penetration in Latin America by Juan de Valdivia, pp. 287-294
        19. Japan's Mein Kampf by Peter Stevens, pp. 295-297
        20. Italy, France Czechoslovakia, and Rumania by The Underground Reporter, pp. 298-306
        21. [+]
          A Free World Check List of Books, pp. 307-310 - 23 Reviews
          1. My India, My America by Krishnalal J. Shridharani
          2. Dakar: Outpost of Two Hemispheres by Emil Lengyel
          3. Norway: Neutral and Invaded by Halvdan Koht
          4. Song of Ariran by Nym Wales and Kim San
          5. Inside Latin America by John Gunther
          6. Newtopia by P.W. Wilson
          7. Your Foreign Policy by Robert Aura Smith
          8. The Scum of the Earth by Arthur Koestler
          9. I Am an American by Robert Spiers Benjamin
          10. The New Economic Warfare by Antonin Basch
          11. War and the German Mind by Wilhelm K. Pfeiler
          12. Reveille in Washington, 1860-1865 by Margaret Leech
          13. Washington Dateline by Delbert Clark
          14. First Papers by Martin Gumpert
          15. Anglo-American Union by Julian P. Boyd
          16. Young Man of Caracas by Thomas R. Ybarra
          17. A History of Hungary by Dominic G. Kosary
          18. The Christian Criticism of Life by Lynn Harold Hough
          19. Arrest and Exile by Lilian T. Mowrer
          20. Total Espionage by Curt Riess
          21. The Totalitarian War---and After by Carlo Sforza
          22. The Battle of South America by Albert B. Carter
          23. Days of Decision by Charles Merz
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1942 = 11 Issues, 254 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1942 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Bread and Love by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, p. 316
        2. Editorial, pp. 317-320
        3. Food for Britain by Paul H. Appleby, pp. 321-326
        4. Letter to the Editors by Count Carlo Sforza, pp. 327-328
        5. The Grand Strategy by Raymond Gram Swing, pp. 329-332
        6. Bases for Enduring Peace by G.A. Borgese, pp. 333-339
        7. Victims of Fascism: Julian Zugaragoitia by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 340-344
        8. Tragic Days Over the Pacific by Li Yu-Ying, pp. 345-348
        9. Internal Foundations of Russian Resistance by Vassili Soukhomline, pp. 349-353
        10. Let us Yield Our National Sovereignty by David W. Petegorsky and J.D. Kingsley, pp. 354-358
        11. Social War by Jan Stanczyk, pp. 359-360
        12. Trade Unions in Norway by Olav Hindahl, pp. 361-367
        13. Political War: Forces of World Rebirth by Henri Laugier, pp. 368-370
        14. Losses in Man Power and Money , pp. 371-374
        15. The Duty of the Americas by Gabriel Gonzalez Videla, pp. 375-376
        16. The Alaska Plan by X.X.X., pp. 377-381
        17. Mrs. Rennick and the Gestapo by Louis Golding, pp. 382-386
        18. With Thanks to Japan by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 387-390
        19. The War in the Pacific by Wou Saofong, pp. 391-392
        20. Six Times Sentenced to Death by Kosta Todoroff, pp. 393-394
        21. Hitler's Criminal Code by Robert M.W. Kempner, pp. 395-397
        22. France, Hungary, and Portugal by The Underground Reporter, pp. 398-404
        23. Books, pp. 405-408
      2. [+]
        February 1942 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Interview With a Dictator by Helene Mullins, p. 4
        2. Editorial, pp. 5-6
        3. The Elements of a Democratic Foreign Policy by Harold L. Ickes, pp. 7-8
        4. For a Just Peace in the Pacific by Ambassador Hu Shih, pp. 9-13
        5. Things to Come in Britain by Julian S. Huxley, pp. 14-20
        6. Our Part in a New World by Walter Millis, p. 21
        7. Are Freedom and Independence the Same? by Rustem Vambery, pp. 22-27
        8. Unchanging French Spirit by Jean Perrin, pp. 28-34
        9. American Victory Program by Michael Straight, pp. 35-39
        10. Round Table No. 4: The Anti-Axis Revolt in Europe by H.V. Kaltenborn, pp. 40-41
        11. Discussion by Louis Dolivet, pp. 42-56
        12. Trans-Saharan Inferno by Rudolf Selke, pp. 57-62
        13. Hazards? by Sir Norman Angell, pp. 63-66
        14. Central European Democracies Tomorrow by Anatol Muhlstein, pp. 67-70
        15. Cartoons in Writing by Lucien Vogel, pp. 71-76
        16. The Inside Story of the Rio de Janeiro Conference by H. Fernandez Artucio, pp. 77-78
        17. The Guerrilla Tradition in Yugoslavia by Nicholas Mirkovich, pp. 79-80
        18. Japanese Spearhead in the Americas by Ciro Alegria and Alfredo Saco, pp. 81-84
        19. Somewhere in Europe by The Underground Reporter, pp. 85-91
        20. [+]
          Books, pp. 92-94 - 18 Reviews
          1. Inter-American Solidarity by Walter H.C. Laves
          2. Latin America: A Descriptive Survey by William Lytle Schurz
          3. On All Fronts by Ralph Barton Perry
          4. The Devil in France by Lion Feuchtwanger
          5. Twelve Million Black Voices by Richard Wright and Edwin Rosskam
          6. Arms and the Aftermath by Perrin Stryker
          7. Introducing Australia by C. Hartley Grattan
          8. This Is the Victory by Leslie D. Weatherhead
          9. Looking Backward, 2000-1887 by Edward Bellamy
          10. Fountainheads of Freedom by Irwin Edman and Herbert W. Schneider
          11. Mission to Moscow by Joseph Edward Davies
          12. All That Seemed Final by Joan Colebrook
          13. Dragon Seed by Pearl S. Buck
          14. The Ivory Mischief by Arthur Meeker, Jr.
          15. Sensation Fair by Egon Erwin Kisch
          16. Remaking America by Jay Franklin
          17. Dragon's Teeth by Upton Sinclair
          18. War as a Social Institution by Jesse D. Clarkson and Thomas C. Cochran
      3. [+]
        March 1942 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Winter Landscape, 1942 by Robert Nathan, p. 100
        2. Editorial, pp. 101-102
        3. Economic Basis of Inter-American Relations by Henry A. Wallace, pp. 103-105
        4. Hitler Pleads "Not Guilty" by Dorothy Thompson, pp. 106-109
        5. Colombia Joins the Fight by German Arciniegas, p. 110
        6. Potential Forces of the Democracies by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 111-116
        7. Agricultural Resources: The United Nations vs. the Axis by George B.L. Arner, pp. 117-119
        8. The Future of French Democracy by Pierre Cot, pp. 120-127
        9. Is a Democratic Revolution Possible in Japan? by Koshi Katayama, pp. 128-131
        10. Round Table No. 5: What is Wrong with American Propaganda? by Dr. Frank Kingdon, pp. 132-143
        11. The Strategy of Anti-Nazi Propaganda by Alfred Kantorowicz, pp. 144-147
        12. Victims of Fascism: Carl von Ossietzky by Hilda Walter, pp. 148-152
        13. A Catholic Warns the Faithful by A. Ossorio y Gallardo, pp. 153-156
        14. We, Who Have Seen Fascism by Raimondo Musatti, pp. 157-160
        15. Ill-Fed People Are Not Free by T. Swann Harding, pp. 161-165
        16. Map: The Netherlands East Indies, p. 166
        17. The Role of the Indies in the Pacific by Bartholomew Landheer, pp. 167-169
        18. Chile: The Norway of the Pacific by H. Fernandez Artucio, pp. 170-176
        19. The Enforcement of Peace by Sydney L.W. Mellen, pp. 177-180
        20. Japanese Spearhead in the Americas by Ciro Alegria and Alfredo Saco, pp. 181-184
        21. Somewhere in Europe by The Underground Reporter, pp. 185-189
        22. [+]
          A Free World Check List of Books, pp. 190-191 - 15 Reviews
          1. Time Was: Death of a Junker by Heinrich Hauser
          2. Out of the People by J.B. Priestley
          3. A New Atlas of China: Land, Air and Sea Routes by Marthe Rajchman
          4. Dawn Watch in China by Joy Homer
          5. Boom or Bust by Blair Moody
          6. Outlines of Russian Culture by Paul Miliukov and Michael Karpovich
          7. Japan Unmasked by Hallett Abend
          8. This Age of Fable by Gustav Stolper
          9. The Good Inheritance by Norman Cousins
          10. Joy Cometh in the Morning by Jacob Zavel Jacobson
          11. America and World Mastery by John MacCormac
          12. Flight in Winter by John Clinton Adams
          13. The U.S. College Graduate by F. Lawrence Babcock
          14. Something Went Wrong by Lewis Browne
          15. Education for Death by Gregor A. Ziemer
        23. Who's Who In This Issue, p. 192
      4. [+]
        April 1942 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. In Memoriam (Drawing) by Victor de Pauw, p. 196
        2. Editorial, pp. 197-198
        3. Voices of Freedom at Riom , pp. 199-201
        4. The Accusers at Riom (Drawing) by B.F. Dolbin, p. 202
        5. An Open Letter to Mr. Churchill by Emile Vaillancourt, pp. 203-204
        6. From Tennessee to World Reconstruction by James P. Pope, pp. 205-207
        7. LAEF (Drawing) by Gordon Draper, p. 208
        8. A Latin American Expeditionary Force by Hugo Fernandez Artucio, pp. 209-210
        9. Problems in the Building of Permanent Peace by Lord Davies, pp. 211-214
        10. In Place of Peace by Albert Guerard, pp. 215-217
        11. The United Nations: Blueprint for the Future by Henri Bonnet, pp. 218-220
        12. Voices of Heroes by Horace Gregory, pp. 221-222
        13. The Farmers' Problem in a Democracy by L.K. Elmhirst, pp. 223-227
        14. Round Table No. 6: Asia and the United Nations by Nathaniel Peffer, pp. 228-249
        15. How to Make an Ally of India by Henry Stanley, pp. 250-252
        16. Korea, Our Potential Ally by Geraldine T. Fitch, pp. 253-255
        17. The Supply Route to Russia, China, and India (Map) by Marthe Rajchman, p. 256
        18. Siberia, Soviet Far Eastern Front by Andrew J. Steiger, pp. 257-260
        19. Sino-Indian Co-operation by Wousaofong, pp. 261-263
        20. Hawaii in a Shaken World by Clifford Gessler, pp. 264-267
        21. Spotlight on India by Anup Singh, pp. 268-270
        22. The Church Looks Forward by John Scholte Nollen, pp. 271-273
        23. Victims of Fascism: Stefan Zweig by Klaus Mann, pp. 274-276
        24. With New Eyes by Pierre De Lanux, pp. 277-281
        25. [+]
          Books, pp. 282-284 - 13 Reviews
          1. The Nazi Underground in South America by Hugo Fernandez Artucio
          2. Strategy for Democracy by J. Donald Kingsley and David W. Petegorsky
          3. Action on All Fronts by Ralph Ingersoll
          4. Prisoners of Hope by Howard Lee Brooks
          5. The Moon Is Down by John Steinbeck
          6. The World's Destiny and the United States
          7. The Men Who Make the Future by Bruce Bliven
          8. Pattern of Mexico by Clifford Gessler
          9. Tropic Landfall: The Port of Honolulu by Clifford Gessler
          10. A Quest for International Order by Jackson H. Ralston
          11. Metapolitics: From the Romantics to Hitler by Peter Viereck
          12. Modern Battle by Paul W. Thompson
          13. The Economics of Total War by Henry William Spiegel
        26. Somewhere in Europe by The Underground Reporter, pp. 285-384
      5. [+]
        June 1942 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. The Time Is Now by Stanley Young, p. 4
        2. Editorial, pp. 5-7
        3. Drawing by Alfred Gordon Draper, p. 8
        4. Second Free World Congress by Henry A. Wallace, pp. 9-13
        5. United Nations in War and Peace by Walter Nash, pp. 14-16
        6. Make the New World Free by Jan Masaryk, pp. 17-18
        7. A World Confederation by Li Yu Ying, p. 19
        8. In the Forefront of the Battle by Louis Dolivet, pp. 20-21
        9. Free World at Work by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 22-26
        10. The Defense of India by H.G. Quaritch Wales, pp. 27-29
        11. Drawing by Victor de Pauw, p. 30
        12. The Psychopathology of Adolf Hitler by Raymond de Saussure, pp. 31-35
        13. Reinhard Heydrich---The Hangman of Europe by Henry Michaelis, pp. 36-39
        14. Appeal to the Living by Carl Zuckmayer, pp. 40-41
        15. Toward a New European Economy by Bernard Batt, pp. 42-45
        16. Economic Reconstruction of China by Wousaofong, pp. 46-48
        17. Norway's Secret Weapon by Katherine Lyon, pp. 49-52
        18. Popular Feeling in Great Britain by H. Bisham-Holmes, pp. 53-56
        19. Pan-Americanism at the Crossroads by Enrique S. de Lozada, pp. 57-60
        20. La Hispanidad in Hitler's Service by Ovidio Gondi, pp. 61-65
        21. South America and the United Nations by Philip Carr, pp. 66-69
        22. Ruining Denmark by Gunnar Leistikow, pp. 70-73
        23. Central European Problem by Julius Deutsch, pp. 74-77
        24. Power in International Government by Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer, pp. 78-82
        25. World Order and Cultural Diversity by Lawrence K. Frank, pp. 83-86
        26. Defender of Free French Africa by Fritz Kaufmann, pp. 87-90
        27. [+]
          Check List of Books, pp. 91-95 - 22 Reviews
          1. Ten Years: The World on the Way to War, 1930-1940 by Dwight E. Lee
          2. Today We Are Brothers by Leo Lania
          3. The Last Time I Saw Paris by Elliot Paul
          4. The Failures of Peace by Kent Forster
          5. Virgin Spain by Waldo D. Frank
          6. Women for Defense by Margaret Culkin Banning
          7. Total Victory by Stephen King-Hall
          8. America's Trade Equality Policy by Hugh O. Davis
          9. Seven for Cordelia by Catherine Macdonald Maclean
          10. Flight to Freedom by Barbara Padowicz
          11. Great Men and Women of Poland by Stephen P. Mizwa
          12. The British Tariff Movement by Marvin Edmund Lowe
          13. Deadline by Pierre Lazareff
          14. Guerrilla Warfare by Bert "Yank" Levy
          15. What America Thinks by William A. Lydgate
          16. Madam Chairman, Members and Guests by Helen Hayes Peffer
          17. The Republic of Plato by I.A. Richards and Plato
          18. Athene Palace by Countess R.G. Waldeck
          19. Joseph Chamberlain and the Theory of Imperialism by William L. Strauss
          20. Dawn Breaks by F.C. Weiskopf
          21. The Commandos by Elliott Arnold
          22. New Soldier's Handbook
        28. Who's Who In This Issue, p. 96
      6. [+]
        July 1942 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The Leave-Taking by Sue M. Farha, p. 100
        2. Editorial, pp. 101-106
        3. The War About the Peace by Lin Yutang, pp. 107-112
        4. The Price of National Freedom by Sir Norman Angell, pp. 113-118
        5. Realities and Illusions About Italy by Count Carlo Sforza, pp. 119-122
        6. Janus Takes a Knock by Sydney R. Elliott, pp. 123-126
        7. The Antithesis of Hitler by William L. Shirer, pp. 127-128
        8. Weissenstein, World Reformer by Franz Werfel, pp. 129-132
        9. Myopia by Mark Van Doren, p. 133
        10. Round Table No. 8: Woman's Stake in the War, pp. 134-155
        11. The American Farmer Knows What He's Doing by Helen Hill, pp. 156-158
        12. A Latin American Expeditionary Force, Part II by Hugo Fernandez Artucio, pp. 159-161
        13. Map by Martha Rajchman Czarnowska, p. 162
        14. Toward a Real Inter-Americanism by Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, pp. 163-164
        15. Planning for the Future, Part II by Louis Dolivet, pp. 165-169
        16. The Struggle of Free France by Henri Laugier, pp. 170-174
        17. I Was a German Hostage by W.B. Starski, pp. 175-179
        18. Underground Reporter, pp. 180-184
        19. [+]
          Our Not So Invisible Allies by David W. Petegorsky, pp. 185-188 - 5 Reviews
          1. Underground Europe by Curt Riess
          2. The Sixth Column by Roger W. Straus, Jr.
          3. Agent in Italy by S.K.
          4. The New Order in Poland by Simon Segal
          5. Will Germany Crack? by Paul Hagen
        20. [+]
          Reviews, pp. 189-192 - 10 Reviews
          1. The Roots of National Socialism, 1783-1933 by Rohan D'O. Butler
          2. Toward International Organization by Howard Robinson
          3. The New Freedom of the Seas by W. Arnold-Forster
          4. Flight to Arras by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
          5. America in the New Pacific by George E. Taylor
          6. Government and Nationalism in Southeast Asia by Rupert Emerson, Lennox A. Mills, and Virginia Thompson, ...
          7. Uncensored France by Roy P. Porter
          8. Glimpses of World History by Jawaharlal Nehru
          9. Preface to Preparedness by C. Leonard Hoag
          10. MacArthur on War by Frank C. Waldrop and Douglas MacArthur
      7. [+]
        August 1942 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Cartoon by Tom, p. 196
        2. Editorial, pp. 197-200
        3. The Problem of Alien Enemies by Francis Biddle, pp. 201-204
        4. Home Fronts for War Shape World Fronts for Peace by Warren Robinson Austin, pp. 205-206
        5. The Stuttering of Death by Jay Allen, pp. 207-210
        6. Can Democracy Flourish in the New Asia? by H.G. Quaritch Wales, pp. 211-214
        7. India Since Cripps by Henry Stanley, pp. 215-218
        8. Arab Alignments in the Near East by Emanuel Neumann, p. 219
        9. Map of Near East by Marthe Rajchman, pp. 220-225
        10. "It's Safer in Murmansk" by Stanley Postek and Denis Plimmer, pp. 226-228
        11. Planning of the Future, Part III by Louis Dolivet, pp. 229-235
        12. Round Table No. 9: Changing Cultural Values by Professor Ozorio de Almeida, pp. 236-251
        13. A French Town Today by Rudolf Selke, pp. 252-256
        14. Science and the Global War by T. Swann Harding, pp. 257-260
        15. How the Youth of Latin America Live by Hugo Fernandez Artucio, pp. 261-263
        16. Hungary: Germany's Silent Partner by David F. Storrs, pp. 264-267
        17. The Road Forks Here by Howard O. Eaton, p. 268
        18. Plans for the Future, pp. 269-277
        19. Underground Reporter, pp. 278-281
        20. [+]
          4 Reviews Victory Through Air Power, by Alexander P. De ... by David W. Petegorsky, p. 282 - 4 Reviews
          1. Victory Through Air Power by Alexander P. De Seversky
          2. Strategy for Victory by Hanson W. Baldwin
          3. Russia's Fighting Forces by Sergei Nicholas Kournakoff
          4. Mechanized Might by Paul C. Raborg
        21. [+]
          11 Reviews The Real Italians, by Carlo Sforza, pp. 282-285 - 11 Reviews
          1. The Real Italians by Carlo Sforza
          2. Victory in the Pacific by Alexander Kiralfy
          3. Behind the Urals by John Scott
          4. New Poems, 1942 by Oscar Williams
          5. Anthology of Canadian Poetry by Ralph Gustafson
          6. Japan: A World Problem by Harold J. Timperley
          7. The Lost Peace by Harold Beresford Butler
          8. The Unfinished Task by Lewis Corey
          9. Himmler---Nazi Spider-Man by George Hamilton Combs, Jr.
          10. The Transfer of Populations by Mark Vishniak
          11. For a Free Austria in a Free World
        22. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 286-288
      8. [+]
        September 1942 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Czechoslovakia by Edith Kellow, p. 292
        2. Editorial, pp. 293-295
        3. Ankle Deep in War by Atwood H. Townsend, pp. 296-303
        4. Pax Germanica (Drawing) by L.M., p. 304
        5. Dangers of a False Peace by Frank Kingdon, pp. 305-309
        6. Anglo-Soviet Relations by A.V. Hill, pp. 310-311
        7. Russian Interests and Western Interests: The Danger of Silence by Carlo Sforza, pp. 312-314
        8. Colonies in a Changing World by Julian Huxley, pp. 315-317
        9. Map of Colonial Possessions by Marthe Rajchman, pp. 318-323
        10. Nazi Army of Civil War by Karl O. Paetel, pp. 324-330
        11. Co-operatives vs. Stateism by James Peter Warbasse, pp. 331-337
        12. Round Table No. 10: The Coming World Order, pp. 338-357
        13. Japanese Traveling Companion by Adrienne Thomas, pp. 358-360
        14. The Unnamed Ally of the United Nations by Louis Lipsky, pp. 361-365
        15. Plans for the Future, pp. 366-372
        16. Correspondence: Four Letters and an Answer, pp. 373-376
        17. Underground Reporter, pp. 377-380
        18. [+]
          Review World Order in Historical Perspective, by Hans... by Louis Dolivet, p. 381 - 1 Review
          1. World Order in Historical Perspective by Hans Kohn
        19. [+]
          Review Devant la Crise Mondiale, by J.A. de Aguirre by Carlo Sforza, p. 381 - 1 Review
          1. Devant la Crise Mondiale by J.A. de Aguirre
        20. [+]
          7 Reviews Mission to the North, by Florence Jaffray Harr..., pp. 382-383 - 7 Reviews
          1. Mission to the North by Florence Jaffray Harriman
          2. The Wind Blew from the East by Ferner Nuhn
          3. Global War: An Atlas of World Strategy by Edgar Ansel Mowrer and Marthe Rajchman
          4. Campaign of Treachery by Henry Torres
          5. The Future of Government in the United States by Leonard D. White
          6. The Origin of Manchu Rule in China by Franz Michael
          7. A Wreath for Europa by Paul Tabori
        21. Who's Who In This Issue, p. 384
      9. [+]
        October 1942 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Archipelago by William Rose Benet, p. 4
        2. Editorial, pp. 5-7
        3. Messages, pp. 8-18
        4. Crucial Year, 1941-42---U.S.A., Europe, Latin America, the Far East by Walter Millis, pp. 19-22
        5. The Pendulum Swings by Sir Norman Angell, pp. 23-26
        6. Latin America and the War by Americo Ghioldi, pp. 27-29
        7. War for a Continent by Wousaofong, pp. 30-33
        8. Labor and Victory by J. Alvarez del Vayo, p. 34
        9. Planning of the Future, Part IV by Louis Dolivet, pp. 35-38
        10. Morale in America by Arthur Upham Pope, pp. 39-43
        11. Drawing by Tibor Gergely, p. 44
        12. The Second Front---Some Day by Tom Wintringham, pp. 45-49
        13. Round Table No. 11: Prospects for 1943 by Louis Dolivet, pp. 50-68
        14. "Liberte, Liberte cherie" by Pierre Mendes France, pp. 69-73
        15. Drawing by Tom, p. 74
        16. The Spanish Republic-in-Exile by Antonio Velao, pp. 75-78
        17. Plans for the Future, pp. 79-82
        18. Underground Reporter: A Year of Resistance by G.K., pp. 83-90
        19. [+]
          3 Reviews Russia and the Battle of Liberation, by Charle... by Grayson Kirk, p. 91 - 3 Reviews
          1. Russia and the Battle of Liberation by Charles S. Seely
          2. Russia's Economic Front for War and Peace by A. Yugow
          3. Soviet Asia by Raymond A. Davies and Andrew J. Steiger
        20. [+]
          Review Jews in a Gentile World, by Isacque Graeber an... by Johan J. Smertenko, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Jews in a Gentile World by Isacque Graeber and Steuart Henderson Britt
        21. [+]
          5 Reviews The New Freedom of the Seas, by W. Arnold-Forster, pp. 92-94 - 5 Reviews
          1. The New Freedom of the Seas by W. Arnold-Forster
          2. Agenda for a Postwar World by J.B. Condliffe
          3. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
          4. Greece Fights by Homer W. Davis
          5. Strategic Materials and National Strength by Harry N. Holmes
        22. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 95-96
      10. [+]
        November 1942 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. Younger Brothers by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, p. 100
        2. Editorial, pp. 101-103
        3. Messages, pp. 104-107
        4. The Coming International Order by T.V. Soong, pp. 108-110
        5. A Free World of Prisons by Norman Angell, pp. 111-116
        6. An Economic Program for Freedom by Jerry Voorhis, pp. 117-121
        7. The Dangerous Patter of Peace by Lyman Bryson, pp. 122-124
        8. Bulwark for the Four Freedoms by Robert J. Watt, pp. 125-126
        9. Making the World Ready by Li Yu Ying, pp. 127-128
        10. The International Significance of the Free Italian Movement by Carlo Sforza, pp. 129-132
        11. Aesop for Our Time by Cornelia Cresson, p. 133
        12. Spanish Women in Prison by Ernest Scheuer, pp. 134-137
        13. Trial and Punishment of the Axis War Criminals by Sheldon Glueck, pp. 138-146
        14. The Negro Knows Fascism by Mercer Cook, pp. 147-149
        15. An Inter-American Democratic Front by V.R. Haya de la Torre, pp. 150-152
        16. Progress in the Sciences by Watson Davis, pp. 153-156
        17. A French Trial in 1941 by Pierre Mendes France, pp. 157-164
        18. The Era of Transition by Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer, pp. 165-169
        19. Drawing by Tom, p. 170
        20. The Economics of Collective Security by Michael A. Heilperin, pp. 171-174
        21. Plans for the Future, pp. 175-178
        22. Underground Reporter, pp. 179-183
        23. [+]
          Review The Great Offensive, by Max Werner by G.K., p. 184 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Offensive by Max Werner
        24. [+]
          Review British Policy in Palestine, by Paul Lamont Hanna by Johan J. Smertenko, p. 185 - 1 Review
          1. British Policy in Palestine by Paul Lamont Hanna
        25. [+]
          Review Sabotage! The Secret War Against America, by M... by T. Swann Harding, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. Sabotage! The Secret War Against America by Michael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn
        26. [+]
          6 Reviews The Coming Age of World Control, by Nicholas D..., pp. 187-188 - 6 Reviews
          1. The Coming Age of World Control by Nicholas Doman
          2. The Dynamics of Industrial Democracy by Clinton S. Golden and Harold J. Ruttenberg
          3. Economic Tribulation by Vincent C. Vickers
          4. War and Diplomacy in Eastern Asia by Claude A. Buss
          5. How War Came: An American White Paper by Forrest Davis and Ernest K. Lindley
          6. Geopolitik: The Doctrine of Self-Sufficiency and Empire by Johannes Mattern
        27. A Check List of Books on International Affairs, pp. 189-190
        28. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 191-192
      11. [+]
        December 1942 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Drawing by Robert Hale, p. 196
        2. Editorial, pp. 197-200
        3. Our Hemisphere in the People's Peace by Dewey Anderson and Stephen K. Bailey, pp. 201-206
        4. The Pan-Americanism of Roosevelt by Nicolas Repetto, pp. 207-208
        5. The Role of French Africa by Henri Bonnet, pp. 209-210
        6. Second Front on the Adriatic by Robert Groetsch, p. 211
        7. Map: Gateway to the Second Front by Marthe Rajchman, pp. 212-214
        8. The New Zealander and His Land by Walter Nash, pp. 215-220
        9. A Policy for India by Henry Stanley, pp. 221-224
        10. The Historic Roots of French Principles of Government by Julien Benda, pp. 225-230
        11. Federalism and World Confederation by Li Yu Ying, pp. 231-233
        12. Hartrott and Hitler by Stefan Zweig, pp. 234-235
        13. Round Table No. 12: Two Trends in Public Opinion by Louis Dolivet, pp. 236-252
        14. What Japanese School Children Learn by Otto Zoff, pp. 253-256
        15. Japanese Occupation of Thailand by Sanasen, pp. 257-259
        16. Man and Machinery in Government by Ernest T. Nash, pp. 260-262
        17. Plans for the Future, pp. 263-267
        18. The Underground Reporter, pp. 268-272
        19. [+]
          Books, pp. 273-278 - 10 Reviews
          1. Federalism and Freedom by George Young
          2. America Organizes to Win the War
          3. The Diffusion of Science by Jesse Lee Bennett
          4. This Land We Defend by Hugh H. Bennett and William C. Pryor
          5. Only the Stars Are Neutral by Quentin J. Reynolds
          6. The Guilt of the German Army by Hans Ernest Fried
          7. Man and Society in Calamity by Pitirim A. Sorokin
          8. Europe in Revolt by Rene Kraus
          9. Mediterranean Front by Alan Moorehead
          10. Oil, Blood and Sand by Robert L. Baker
        20. A Check List of Books on International Affairs, p. 279
        21. Index, pp. 280-288
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1943 = 12 Issues, 344 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1943 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. Sowing, Early Winter by Le Garde S. Doughty, p. 2
        2. Editorial, pp. 3-7
        3. Map: The Resources of French North Africa by Marthe Rajchman, p. 8
        4. A Free World After Victory by Eleanor Roosevelt, p. 9
        5. Imperatives for Peace by Walter Nash, pp. 10-13
        6. Victory is not Enough by Wei Tao-Ming, pp. 14-15
        7. Americanism is Internationalism by Luis Quintanilla, pp. 16-18
        8. England Plans for the Future by Kathleen Courtney, pp. 19-20
        9. A New Peace for a New Era by Fiorello H. LaGuardia, pp. 21-23
        10. No Anti-Communist Central Europe by Charles A. Davila, pp. 24-26
        11. Education as a Factor in Post-War Reconstruction by Alexander Meiklejohn, pp. 27-31
        12. The Roots of Co-operation by Li Yu Ying, pp. 32-33
        13. Aesop for Our Time by Cornelia Cresson, p. 34
        14. Responsibilities of the United States in the Post-War World by Quincy Wright, pp. 35-41
        15. The Coming European Civil War by Maurice English, pp. 42-48
        16. Letters from the Libyan Fromt by Harold L. Berman, pp. 49-54
        17. Science and Statesmanship by Juan Negrin, pp. 55-58
        18. Science and World Unity by Waldemar Kaempffert, pp. 59-62
        19. The International Significance of the Indian Problem by Bertrand Russell and Patricia Russell, pp. 63-69
        20. The Soviets and America by Albert Rhys Williams, pp. 70-74
        21. A Federation of the Peoples of Central Eastern Europe by Jan Stanczyk, pp. 75-76
        22. The Global Farm Problem by T. Swann Harding, pp. 77-84
        23. Underground Reporter: Czechoslovakia Fights Back by Milic Kybal, pp. 85-87
        24. [+]
          Review The Future of Industrial Man, by Peter F. Drucker by Milos Safranek, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. The Future of Industrial Man by Peter F. Drucker
        25. [+]
          Review How to Win the Peace, by Carl J. Hambro by G.K., p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. How to Win the Peace by Carl J. Hambro
        26. [+]
          10 Reviews The War in Maps, by Francis Brown and Emil Herlin, pp. 90-91 - 10 Reviews
          1. The War in Maps by Francis Brown and Emil Herlin
          2. War in Our Time by Harry B. Henderson and Herman C. Morris
          3. The United Nations on the Way by Henri Bonnet
          4. Democratic Ideals and Reality by Halford J. Mackinder
          5. Action Against the Enemy's Mind by Joseph Bornstein and Paul R. Milton
          6. Young Man of the World by T.R. Ybarra
          7. Sergeant Nikola by Istvan Tamas
          8. The British Colonial Empire by William E. Simnett
          9. Attack: A Study of Blitzkrieg Tactics by Ferdinand O. Miksche
          10. Our Fighting Faith by James Bryant Conant
        27. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, pp. 92-93
        28. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 94-96
      2. [+]
        February 1943 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. The Sleepers by Witter Bynner, p. 98
        2. Editorial, pp. 99-101
        3. Drawing by L.M., p. 102
        4. The First Year of the United Nations by Michael Straight, pp. 103-108
        5. The Dangers in the European Policy of the United Nations by Louis Dolivet, pp. 109-116
        6. With Russian Guerrillas in the Woods Around Bryansk by Josph Utkin, pp. 117-119
        7. Drawing by Felix Kraus, p. 120
        8. After Ten Years of Hitler by Raymond de Saussure, pp. 121-126
        9. The Third Front: Report from the German Underground by A. Kantorowicz, pp. 127-133
        10. The Futility of Conquest in Europe by Gerard Swope, pp. 134-138
        11. How the Plague Came to Cagnac by Paul L. Bowen, pp. 139-141
        12. Round Table No. 13: Labor's Role in the Post-War World by Eleanor G. Coit, pp. 142-158
        13. What the British Think of America by Chester S. Williams, pp. 159-164
        14. Economic Reconstruction of China by Lin Lin, pp. 165-170
        15. The Gulf and the Bridge by Gabriela Mistral, pp. 171-172
        16. A Federal Language for a World Commonwealth by Albert Guerard, pp. 173-176
        17. The Contours of Tomorrow by Stanton A. Coblentz, pp. 177-179
        18. Plans for the Future, pp. 180-183
        19. [+]
          Unfinished Business by Stringfellow Barr, p. 184 - 1 Review
          1. Education Between Two Worlds by Alexander Meiklejohn
        20. [+]
          An Angry Book by Max Lerner, p. 185 - 1 Review
          1. Make This the Last War by Michael Straight
        21. [+]
          Pot-Bouille dans la Debacle by Johan J. Smertenko, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. Primer for Combat by Kay Boyle
        22. [+]
          Strategy for Peace by Adolf F. Sturmthal, p. 187 - 1 Review
          1. Victory Is Not Enough by Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer
        23. [+]
          Double-edged Propaganda, pp. 188-189 - 6 Reviews
          1. Listen, Hans! by Dorothy Thompson
          2. The Coming Battle of Germany by William B. Ziff
          3. The Command of the Air by Giulio Douhet
          4. Food: A Weapon for Victory by Bertram B. Fowler
          5. Mr. Justice Holmes by Francis Biddle
          6. Arise to Conquer by Ian Gleed
        24. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 190
        25. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 191-192
      3. [+]
        March 1943 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. At the Moon's Eclipse by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, p. 194
        2. Editorial, pp. 195-198
        3. The Opposing Camps by Alberto Guani, pp. 199-200
        4. Retreat from the Four Freedoms? by Francis P. Locke, pp. 201-207
        5. Saboteurs of the Peace by Hans Habe, pp. 208-210
        6. The Democracy of the Nordic People by Sigrid Undset, pp. 211-217
        7. Education for Democracy by A.D. Henderson, pp. 218-223
        8. Map: Natural Barriers to European Invasion by Marthe Rajchman, p. 224
        9. A Note on the Problems of Race Discrimination by William Hodson, pp. 225-227
        10. Europe's Migrating Millions by Martin H. Schwarz, pp. 228-232
        11. International Economics by Charles E. Noyes, pp. 233-237
        12. The Changing east by J.B. Condliffe, pp. 238-242
        13. No Weapon But Faith (Drawing) by Tom, p. 243
        14. Secretariats of International Organizations, pp. 244-245
        15. Round Table No. 14: Staff of the World Organization by Louis Dolivet, pp. 246-270
        16. Plans for the Future, pp. 271-275
        17. The Underground Reporter by R.L., pp. 276-277
        18. A Swiss Traveler in Germany by L.B., pp. 278-279
        19. Fascists of the Polish Underground by G.K., pp. 280-281
        20. [+]
          The Menace of Peak Organizations by William Diebold, Jr., pp. 282-283 - 1 Review
          1. Business as a System of Power by Robert A. Brady
        21. [+]
          The Soviet Union by Gregory Zilboorg, p. 284 - 3 Reviews
          1. Soviet Russia's Foreign Policy, 1939-1942 by David J. Dallin
          2. We're In This With Russia by Wallace Carroll
          3. The Truth About Soviet Russia by Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
        22. [+]
          Final Court of Appeal by Louis Dolivet, pp. 284-285 - 1 Review
          1. Let the People Know by Norman Angell
        23. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 286
        24. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 287-290
      4. [+]
        April 1943 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Words in Remote Cafe by LeGarde S. Doughty, p. 292
        2. Editorial, pp. 293-296
        3. Some Problems of the Post-War World by Bertrand Russell, pp. 297-301
        4. What Is Realism in International Cooperation? by Robert P. Skinner, pp. 302-305
        5. The Least We Can Do by Walter Millis, pp. 306-310
        6. In Memoriam Henri Focillon by Henri Bonnet, pp. 311-312
        7. Confession of a Hundred Per Cent French Nationalist by Emile Bure, pp. 313-318
        8. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 319-321
        9. Drawing by Tom, p. 322
        10. The Fate of Free Enterprise by T. Swann Harding, pp. 323-326
        11. What Chance for Free Enterprise After the War? by J.H.G. Pierson, pp. 327-334
        12. The Bank of Nations: Agency for World Prosperity by Hans Heymann, pp. 335-339
        13. "Let's Call It Off Now!" (Drawing) by Victor de Pauw, pp. 340-341
        14. Round Table No. 15: Co-operatives in Post-War Reconstruction by Dr. James P. Warbasse, pp. 342-356
        15. Peruvian Incident by Harriett Shanks Platt, pp. 357-360
        16. Reconstruction in Central-Eastern Europe by Antonin Basch, pp. 361-364
        17. Plans for the Future by Clark M. Eichelberger, pp. 365-367
        18. What Does Russia Want? , pp. 368-370
        19. The Underground Reporter by Pierre Dupont, pp. 371-375
        20. [+]
          Cause and Cure of War by Louis Dolivet, p. 376 - 1 Review
          1. A Study of War by Quincy Wright
        21. [+]
          Lucid Finance by William Diebold, Jr., p. 377 - 1 Review
          1. Fiscal Planning for Total War by William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer, ...
        22. [+]
          Friendly Criticism by G.K., p. 378 - 1 Review
          1. A Latin American Speaks by Luis Quintanilla
        23. [+]
          Repulsive Hitler by Adolf F. Sturmthal, p. 379 - 1 Review
          1. Hitler: Man of Strife by Ludwig A. Wagner
        24. [+]
          Facts About Russia by Andreas Dorpalen, pp. 380-381 - 6 Reviews
          1. Duel for Europe: Hitler Versus Stalin by John Scott
          2. What About Germany? by Louis P. Lochner
          3. Modern World Politics by Thorsten V. Kalijarvi
          4. The Red Army by Michel Berchin and Eliahu Ben-Horin
          5. Men Behind the War by Johannes Steel
          6. All Night Long by Erskine Caldwell
        25. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 382
        26. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 383-384
      5. [+]
        May 1943 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. Colored Cavalry by Sigmund Skard, p. 386
        2. Editorial, pp. 387-390
        3. What Price Freedom? by Ralph Barton Perry, pp. 391-394
        4. Democracy and Power by Quincy Wright, pp. 395-399
        5. Shall we be Able to Defeat Stupidity this Time? by Ahmet Emin Yalman, pp. 400-404
        6. The Abrogation of the Cremieux Decree by Henry Torres, pp. 405-409
        7. The Enigma of Mexican Sinarquism by Harold E. Davis, pp. 410-416
        8. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 417-419
        9. "Defenders of European Civilization" (Drawing) by Stan Fraydas, p. 420
        10. Two Anniversaries by Alfred Kantorowicz, pp. 421-425
        11. Wallace in the Trenches by Michael Wills, pp. 426-427
        12. Buddhism as a Japanese Propaganda Instrument by H.G. Quaritch Wales, pp. 428-431
        13. Commentary by Lin Yutang, p. 432
        14. Pioneers of the League Ideal by Leonard Reed, pp. 433-439
        15. Food for Europe: Seven Questions by M.K. Bennett, pp. 440-446
        16. Population Pressure and the Next Peace by Constantine Panunzio, pp. 447-449
        17. Minorities in a Free World by Jacob Robinson, pp. 450-454
        18. Britain's Educational Effort by Gilbert Murray, pp. 455-459
        19. Plans for the Future, pp. 460-464
        20. The Underground Reporter, pp. 465-470
        21. [+]
          Post-War Problems and Solutions by Donald C. Blaisdell, p. 471 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Peace We Fight For by Hiram Motherwell
          2. This Time for Keeps by John Patrick MacCormac
          3. Slaves Need No Leaders by Walter M. Kotschnig
        22. [+]
          Review Blueprint for Victory, by Homer Brett, p. 472 - 1 Review
          1. Blueprint for Victory by Homer Brett
        23. [+]
          War and Society by Andreas Dorpalen, p. 473 - 1 Review
          1. Economics in Uniform by Albert T. Lauterbach
        24. [+]
          Report from the Pacific by Charles Neider, p. 473 - 2 Reviews
          1. Guadalcanal Diary by Richard Tregaskis
          2. Battle for the Solomons by Ira Wolfert
        25. [+]
          7 Reviews There Go the Ships, by Robert Carse, pp. 474-475 - 7 Reviews
          1. There Go the Ships by Robert Carse
          2. Firedrake by A.D. Divine
          3. Queen of the Flat-Tops by Stanley Johnston
          4. Peace and Bread by Ludwig Grein
          5. American Diplomacy During the World War by Charles Seymour
          6. The Army Means Business by Herbert Corey
          7. People of Poros by Peter S. Gray
        26. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 476
        27. Among Ourselves, pp. 477-478
        28. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 479-480
      6. [+]
        June 1943 Issue = 32 Articles
        1. Springboard for Action (Drawing) by Felix Kraus, p. 484
        2. Editorials, pp. 485-486
        3. Changes in the Argentine , p. 487
        4. Rebirth of Liberal France by Charles de Gaulle, pp. 488-489
        5. Problems of the Pacific by Herbert V. Evatt, pp. 490-494
        6. The Search for Principles by Lin Yutang, pp. 495-497
        7. Democratic and Political Concepts of Common Wealth by Richard Acland, pp. 498-502
        8. Let's Not Fear That Revolution by Ferdinand Czernin, pp. 503-505
        9. Drawing by Felix Kraus, p. 506
        10. After Il Duce, What in Italy? by Gaetano Salvemini, pp. 507-510
        11. Must the United States Garrison the World? by Stanton A. Coblentz, pp. 511-514
        12. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 515-518
        13. Snapshots at Random: Hitler, Mussolini, Laval, Stalin by Lucien Vogel, pp. 519-522
        14. The World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 523-525
        15. Round Table No. 16: The Democratic Organization of Europe by Louis Dolivet, pp. 526-545
        16. Special Correspondence: Japan Changes Propaganda Tactics in China, pp. 546-547
        17. Training Co-operative Leaders for China by George A. Hogg, pp. 548-551
        18. American Japanese---Friends or Foes? by William Tani, pp. 552-555
        19. Plans for the Future, pp. 556-560
        20. Underground Reporter: Europe's Secret Freedom Press by E.R. Yarham, pp. 561-565
        21. Sound-Effect by Richard MacCann, p. 566
        22. [+]
          The Far East by William Diebold, Jr., p. 567 - 6 Reviews
          1. Population and Land Utilization by Karl J. Uelzer
          2. Transportation and Trade by Katrine R.C. Greene and Joseph D. Phillips
          3. Industrialization of the Western Pacific by Kate L. Mitchell
          4. Foreign Capital in Southeast Asia by Helmut G. Callis
          5. The Economic Development of the Netherlands Indies by Jan O.M. Broek
          6. Towards Economic Democracy in the Netherlands Indies by George H.C. Hart
        23. [+]
          Industrial Offensive by D.C.B., p. 568 - 1 Review
          1. Germany's Master Plan by Joseph Borkin and Charles A. Welch
        24. [+]
          Signs of the Times by Richard Pike, p. 568 - 2 Reviews
          1. Brazil Under Vargas by Karl Loewenstein
          2. The Chilean Popular Front by John Reese Stevenson
        25. [+]
          Luminous and Moving by Albert Lippman, p. 569 - 1 Review
          1. The France of Tomorrow by Albert L. Guerard
        26. [+]
          Psychology and Prices by Adolf F. Sturmthal, p. 570 - 1 Review
          1. War Without Inflation by George Katona
        27. [+]
          German Underground by Julius Deutsch, pp. 570-571 - 1 Review
          1. The Silent War by Jon B. Jansen and Stefan Weyl
        28. [+]
          Review An Economic Program for a Living Democracy, by..., p. 572 - 1 Review
          1. An Economic Program for a Living Democracy by Irving H. Flamm
        29. [+]
          Review An Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion, by John..., p. 572 - 1 Review
          1. An Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion by John Shelton Curtiss
        30. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 573
        31. Among Ourselves, p. 574
        32. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 575-576
      7. [+]
        July 1943 Issue = 34 Articles
        1. Let the Earth Not Know by David E. Goldberg, p. 4
        2. Editorials, p. 5
        3. Revolt Against the People , pp. 6-7
        4. French Unionism and the Fighting French by Andre Philip, pp. 8-9
        5. All Roads Lead to Rome (Drawing) by L.M., p. 10
        6. A Free Italy and a Free France by Carlo Sforza, pp. 11-15
        7. The Bermuda Conference: Diplomatic Mockery by Emanuel Celler, pp. 16-19
        8. The Impressive Oratory of Mr. Wallace by Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, pp. 20-22
        9. The Role of Neutrals by Frank MacDermot, pp. 23-26
        10. Establishing and Maintaining a Full Employment Economy in the United States by Mordecai Ezekiel, pp. 27-33
        11. Special Correspondence, pp. 34-35
        12. London Letter: "Dynamo" to "Retribution" by John Clyde, pp. 36-37
        13. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 38-41
        14. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 42-45
        15. Americans Speak by Anne Breckinridge, pp. 46-51
        16. How Far and How Fast Can I Go? by Gustavus Swift Paine, pp. 52-54
        17. Our Stake in the Far East by Warren B. Walsh, pp. 55-57
        18. In the Square by R.H. Grenville, p. 58
        19. A Challenge to the Peace Societies by Frederic Heimberger, pp. 59-61
        20. How to Educate the Germans by Halvdan Koht, pp. 62-64
        21. Education: A Never-Ending Process by Mark Starr, pp. 65-69
        22. Plans for the Future by William Diebold, Jr., pp. 70-75
        23. The Underground Reporter, pp. 76-83
        24. [+]
          Chronicle of the Twentieth Century by Johan J. Smertenko, p. 84 - 1 Review
          1. Wide Is the Gate by Upton Sinclair
        25. [+]
          The Will to Survive by Walter Millis, p. 85 - 1 Review
          1. The Fighting French by Raoul Aglion
        26. [+]
          Labor's Role in Europe by Louis Dolivet, p. 85 - 1 Review
          1. The Tragedy of European Labor, 1918-1939 by Adolf F. Sturmthal
        27. [+]
          Light Stuff by Richard Pike, pp. 86-87 - 2 Reviews
          1. Chile by Erna Fergusson
          2. Chile: A Geographic Extravaganza by Benjamin Subercaseaux
        28. [+]
          Report on Reporters by Janet Hart Diebold, p. 88 - 6 Reviews
          1. Between the Thunder and the Sun by Vincent Sheean
          2. White Man's Folly by Vanya Oakes
          3. Journey Into China by Violet O.R. Cressy-Marcks
          4. The Mermaid and the Messerschmitt by Rulka Langer
          5. Dress Rehearsal by Quentin J. Reynolds
          6. War Is People by Lorna Stimson Lindsley
        29. [+]
          Inside View of Italy by G.K., p. 89 - 2 Reviews
          1. Balcony Empire by Reynolds Packard and Eleanor Packard
          2. Italy from Within by Richard G. Massock
        30. [+]
          Review Dawn of Victory, by Louis Fischer, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. Dawn of Victory by Louis Fischer
        31. [+]
          Review Modern Camouflage, by Robert P. Breckenridge, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. Modern Camouflage by Robert P. Breckenridge
        32. Among Ourselves, p. 91
        33. Vitamins in Post-War Planning, pp. 92-94
        34. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 95-96
      8. [+]
        August 1943 Issue = 30 Articles
        1. Sirocco (Drawing) by Robert Hale, p. 100
        2. Editorials, p. 101
        3. Cover for Fascists , p. 102
        4. Observations on AMGOT , pp. 103-104
        5. America Tomorrow by Henry A. Wallace, pp. 105-109
        6. The Liberated Nations and the New Order by Claude D. Pepper, pp. 110-113
        7. Committee of Liberation, Trustee of French Interests by Jacques Maritain, pp. 114-116
        8. Questions without Answers by Janet Flanner, pp. 117-118
        9. United States of India by Lord Lytton, pp. 119-121
        10. India in the Fourth Year of the War by Henry Stanley, pp. 122-125
        11. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 126-128
        12. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 129-131
        13. Special Correspondence: Results of the Labor Party Conference by John Clyde, pp. 132-133
        14. Round Table No. 17: The Future of Italy by Johan J. Smertenko, pp. 134-153
        15. A Soviet Criticism of Air Power---and a Reply by Nikolai Lazarev, pp. 154-157
        16. Commentary by Francis Vivian Drake, pp. 158-159
        17. Death of the Dictator by Don Gordon, p. 160
        18. Reconstruction in France: Educational Equality by Henri Laugier, pp. 161-165
        19. The Frontiers of the Future by Hans Ernest Fried, pp. 166-171
        20. Brazil: Laboratory of Civilization by Afranio Coutinho, pp. 172-174
        21. Plans for the Future, pp. 175-179
        22. Underground Reporter by Pierre Dupont, pp. 180-183
        23. [+]
          The Guiding Principle by Louis Dolivet, p. 184 - 1 Review
          1. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
        24. [+]
          Religion and Our Times by James Luther Adams, p. 185 - 3 Reviews
          1. It's Your Souls We Want by Stewart W. Herman, Jr.
          2. Christianity and Social Order by Archbishop William Temple
          3. Religion in Soviet Russia, 1917-1942 by Nicholas S. Timasheff
        25. [+]
          Invitation to Maturity by Johan J. Smertenko, pp. 186-187 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Century of the Common Man by Henry A. Wallace
          2. One World by Wendell L. Willkie
        26. [+]
          Recommended for Study by D.C.B., p. 188 - 2 Reviews
          1. Economic Union and Durable Peace by Otto Tod Mallery
          2. Economic Freedom: A Democratic Program by Charles E. Noyes
        27. [+]
          Chinese Philosophy by C.F. Chow, p. 188 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Learning and The Mean-in-Action by E.R. Hughes
        28. [+]
          Review No Day of Triumph, by J. Saunders Redding, p. 189 - 1 Review
          1. No Day of Triumph by J. Saunders Redding
        29. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 190
        30. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 191-192
      9. [+]
        September 1943 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Italy and Her Neighbors (Map) by Marthe Rajchman, p. 194
        2. Editorials, p. 195
        3. Crucifixion of a People , pp. 196-197
        4. The Congressional Tours , p. 198
        5. The Eleventh Hour for the United Nations by Louis Dolivet, pp. 199-202
        6. Co-operatives---Key to the Restoration of a Free Europe? by Dorothy Kenyon, pp. 203-207
        7. The Economic Reserve System by Ralph J. Scanlan, pp. 208-215
        8. Why Not a United Nations Public Health Service? by Ludwik Rajchman, pp. 216-221
        9. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 222-223
        10. Victims of Fascism---Robert Danneberg by Schiller Marmorek, pp. 224-227
        11. Six Years of China's Resistance to Japanese Aggression by W.C. Tsei, pp. 228-231
        12. The Catholic Church and Fascism by Harry W. Flannery, pp. 232-235
        13. Seeking for Truth by Gaetano Salvemini, pp. 236-243
        14. Round Table No. 18: The Role of European Labor in Post-War Europe by Louis Dolivet, pp. 244-267
        15. Drawing by Felix Kraus, p. 268
        16. Cuban Approach to the Race Problem by Mercer Cook, pp. 269-272
        17. Underground Reporter: Greece Prepares for Invasion by Pierre Dupont, pp. 273-276
        18. For Americans in Time of Unity by Eleanor Wells, pp. 277-278
        19. [+]
          Via Dolorosa by Alexandre Koyre, pp. 279-280 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Road to Vichy, 1918-1938 by Yves R. Simon
          2. A French Officer's Diary by D. Barlone
          3. Vichy: Two Years of Deception by Leon Marchal
          4. The Enigma of Admiral Darlan by Alec de Montmorency
        20. [+]
          Business with Hitler by William Diebold, jr., pp. 281-282 - 1 Review
          1. Patents for Hitler by Guenter Reimann
        21. [+]
          Prelude to Planning by T. Swann Harding, p. 283 - 1 Review
          1. The World After War by Henry Bamford Parkes
        22. [+]
          4 Reviews Europe, Russia and the Future, by G.D.H. Cole, pp. 284-285 - 4 Reviews
          1. Europe, Russia and the Future by G.D.H. Cole
          2. Economic Problems of War and Its Aftermath by Chester W. Wright
          3. Economic Problems of War by George A. Steiner
          4. Journey Among Warriors by Eve Curie
        23. Recommended Books for Free World Readers, p. 286
        24. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 287-292
      10. [+]
        October 1943 Issue = 30 Articles
        1. Drawing by Alfred Gordon Draper, p. 294
        2. To Build Again by Dorothy De Zouche, p. 295
        3. The French Underground and the Third War Loan, p. 296
        4. Editorials, p. 297
        5. The Mackinac Conference , pp. 298-299
        6. Two Free World Congresses , p. 300
        7. Democratic Italy of Tomorrow by Carlo Sforza, pp. 301-302
        8. Time for America to Speak by Carl A. Hatch, pp. 303-305
        9. What Do We Mean by Victory? by Archibald MacLeish, pp. 306-311
        10. Drawing by B.F. Dolbin, p. 312
        11. The Mathematics of Death by Atwood H. Townsend, pp. 313-320
        12. Where Is China Going? by Li Yu Ying, pp. 321-322
        13. The Deliverance of Tunis by Andre Gide, pp. 323-326
        14. An Economy of Abundance by Will Arnold Forster, pp. 327-332
        15. Dreams Under Dictatorship by C. Beradt, pp. 333-337
        16. Round Table No. 19: The Future of American Democracy by Stanley Young, pp. 338-353
        17. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 354-356
        18. The Walls Turn Outward by Lian Shairo, pp. 357-358
        19. Central Europe After the War by Fritz Kaufmann, pp. 359-363
        20. Plans for the Future, pp. 364-369
        21. Underground Reporter by Pierre Dupont, pp. 370-372
        22. United France Awaits the Allies by Georges Buisson, pp. 373-374
        23. Moral Indebtedness by Orson Welles, p. 375
        24. The Secret of Russia's Success by V. Voronin, pp. 376-377
        25. [+]
          Foreign Correspondents on Global War by Burnet Hershey, pp. 378-379 - 2 Reviews
          1. Mediterranean Assignment by Richard McMillan
          2. The Toughest Fighting in the World by George Henry Johnston
        26. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 380
        27. [+]
          A Radio Commentator Reviews History by Quincy Howe, p. 381 - 1 Review
          1. Preview of History by Raymond Gram Swing
        28. [+]
          Italy, Testing Ground for Allied Policy by J. Alvarez del Vayo, p. 382 - 1 Review
          1. What To Do With Italy by Gaetano Salvemini and George La Piana
        29. [+]
          Review The Edge of the Abyss, by Alfred Noyes, p. 382 - 1 Review
          1. The Edge of the Abyss by Alfred Noyes
        30. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 383-384
      11. [+]
        November 1943 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Drawing by Tom, p. 390
        2. Editorials, pp. 391-392
        3. A United Nations Board to Save Jews , p. 393
        4. Farewell to America by Count Carlo Sforza, pp. 394-395
        5. India Prepares to Take the Offensive by H.G. Quaritch Wales, pp. 396-400
        6. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 401-403
        7. We Must Live with Soviet Russia by Irving Brant, pp. 404-406
        8. A British View on the Postwar World by John H. Humphreys, pp. 407-412
        9. The Negro and America's Uneasy Conscience by Gunnar Myrdal, pp. 413-422
        10. Peace, Peace by Witter Bynner, p. 423
        11. Round Table No. 20: The Battle for the Balkans by Louis Dolivet, pp. 424-439
        12. Pilgrims without a Shrine by Leo Lania, pp. 440-442
        13. The Motion Picture in the Fight for Freedom by Walter F. Wanger, pp. 443-447
        14. Argentine Experience by David Chazen, pp. 448-451
        15. China's Road toward Democracy by S.R. Chow, pp. 452-459
        16. Underground Reporter by Joseph Stoppelman, pp. 460-462
        17. Plans for the Future by Arthur O. Lovejoy, pp. 463-469
        18. They'll Never Find Us Alive, p. 470
        19. Drawing by Marc Chagall, pp. 470-472
        20. [+]
          A Symbol of a New Way of Life by Stanley Young, p. 473 - 1 Review
          1. The Air Future: A Primer of Aeropolitics by Burnet Hershey
        21. [+]
          A Mayo Clinic for the Common Man by Raymond Gautier, pp. 474-475 - 1 Review
          1. Kaiser Wakes the Doctors by Paul de Kruif
        22. [+]
          Indomitable Fighter by H.W. Baerensprung, p. 476 - 1 Review
          1. Battle Hymn of China by Agnes Smedley
        23. [+]
          The Vanishing American by Max Lerner, p. 477 - 1 Review
          1. The American: The Making of a New Man by James Truslow Adams
        24. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 478
        25. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 479-480
      12. [+]
        December 1943 Issue = 38 Articles
        1. The Hope for Liberation (Drawing) by Alfred Gordon Draper, p. 482
        2. Editorials, p. 483
        3. Paris Speaks to Algiers , p. 484
        4. Education in the United Nations Armies , p. 485
        5. The Fuehrer at the Munich Beer Hall , p. 486
        6. World Scene in Washington by Ernest K. Lindley, pp. 487-489
        7. War Criminals and the Future by Sigrid Undset, pp. 490-491
        8. A Credo for Today: For Action A Call, p. 492
        9. A Diary of the Congress, pp. 493-496
        10. Organization by Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, p. 497
        11. To End Fascism Forever by J. Alvarez del Vayo, pp. 498-499
        12. The Unknown Soldier by Orson Welles, pp. 500-502
        13. Peace Based on Freedom, Freedom Secure in Peace by Harold Butler, pp. 503-504
        14. Peace is Indivisible by Wei Tao Ming, pp. 505-506
        15. Self-Discipline, Tolerance, Cooperation by Evans F. Carlson, p. 507
        16. International Organization on Imperative Necessity by Claude D. Pepper, pp. 508-509
        17. General Declaration of the Third Free World Congress, pp. 510-511
        18. Principles of the Free World Association, p. 512
        19. A Statement of the American Free World Association, p. 513
        20. A Panel Discussion---Freedom from Fear by Max Lerner, Randolfo Pacciardi, and Ferdinand Czernin, ..., pp. 514-523
        21. Inside Fortress Europe (Drawing) by Stan Fraydas, p. 524
        22. The Underground Reporter, pp. 525-526
        23. Last Letters from Doomed Underground Youths , p. 527
        24. I Am a Saboteur , pp. 528-529
        25. Farewell to America by Henri Laugier, pp. 530-531
        26. The Fashioning of the Future Governments of Man by John H. Humphreys, pp. 532-538
        27. World Food Situation by Mordecai Ezekiel, pp. 539-544
        28. Silent Millions at the Council Table by William O. Douglas, pp. 545-550
        29. Agrarian Problem of Southeastern Europe by Emil Lengyel, pp. 551-555
        30. White Christmas in Russia (Drawing) by Tom, p. 556
        31. Nineteen Forty-Three by LeGarde S. Doughty, pp. 557-558
        32. [+]
          An American Soldier's Report by Burnet Hershey, p. 559 - 1 Review
          1. The Battle Is the Pay-Off by Ralph Ingersoll
        33. [+]
          A Milestone in Education by Mark Starr, pp. 560-561 - 1 Review
          1. The American Story of Industrial and Labor Conditions
        34. [+]
          Comprehending War and Peace by D.C.B., pp. 562-564 - 1 Review
          1. The Makers of Modern Strategy by Edward Mead Earle, Gordon A. Craig, and Felix Gilbert, ...
        35. [+]
          Fighting for the Future by Keith W. Jennison, p. 565 - 1 Review
          1. Home Front Memo by Carl Sandburg
        36. A Check List of Forthcoming Books on International Affairs, p. 566
        37. [+]
          To Win the Peace, p. 566 - 1 Review
          1. Can We Win the Peace? by Denna F. Fleming
        38. [+]
          Partisans of the Partisans by Ruth E. Campbell, pp. 567-576 - 1 Review
          1. My Native Land by Louis Adamic
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1944 = 6 Issues, 165 Articles
      1. [+]
        July 1944 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. Nocturne by Witter Bynner, p. 6
        2. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, p. 7
        3. Race Hate Must Be Outlawed by Orson Welles, pp. 8-11
        4. The End of the Road (Drawing) by Victor DePauw, p. 12
        5. Invasion Spells Victory by Max Werner, pp. 13-16
        6. From the East - South - West by Victor A. Yakhontoff, pp. 17-21
        7. Resurrection (Drawing) by Luis Quintanilla, p. 22
        8. France Battles Beside Her Allies by A.M. Brossin de Saint-Didier, pp. 23-27
        9. On the Factory Front (Drawing) by Gross-Bettelheim, p. 28
        10. Workers Back Invasion by William Green, pp. 29-30
        11. Inside Fortress Europe, pp. 31-33
        12. Round Table No. 25: America's Role in a World Organization by Burnet Hershey, pp. 34-44
        13. A Charter for a Safe World by Fiorello H. La Guardia, pp. 45-48
        14. Freedom from and Freedom for by William O. Douglas, pp. 49-52
        15. We Polish Jews by Julian Tuwim, pp. 53-56
        16. The Underground Reporter, pp. 57-58
        17. The Silencing of the Bells , p. 59
        18. Avengers in the Catacombs by V. Liaskowski, pp. 60-61
        19. Rebuilding World Economy by Antonin Basch, pp. 62-67
        20. Peace Must Mean Security by Philip Murray, pp. 68-71
        21. Punishment of War Criminals by Claude D. Pepper, pp. 72-74
        22. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 75-78
        23. [+]
          Must the Machine Age Fail? by Dudley F. McCollum, pp. 79-80 - 1 Review
          1. The Condition of Man by Lewis Mumford
        24. [+]
          There Will Always Be a Brauchitsch by Hans Jacob, pp. 81-82 - 3 Reviews
          1. German Radio Propaganda by Ernst Kris and Hans Speier
          2. The German Army by Herbert Rosinski
          3. Hitler's Generals by W.E. Hart
        25. [+]
          Russia's "Big Business" by Nicholas P. Vakar, pp. 83-84 - 1 Review
          1. Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture by Gregory Bienstock, Solomon M. Schwarz, and Aaron Yugow, ...
        26. [+]
          "Good Neighbor" Prospects by Octavio Mangabeira, p. 85 - 1 Review
          1. Latin America and the Industrial Age by J. Fred Rippy
        27. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 86
        28. [+]
          If Islands Were Ships by Laura Vitray, p. 87 - 1 Review
          1. The Navy's War by Fletcher Pratt
        29. Index of the Free World Volume VII, pp. 88-98
      2. [+]
        August 1944 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 102-104
        2. War Correspondents by Orson Welles, pp. 105-106
        3. Relief for the Liberated by Herbert H. Lehman, pp. 107-110
        4. A Platform for All Americans for the Coming Elections by Ralph Barton Perry, pp. 111-115
        5. Summer in Russia---1944 by Helene Mullins, p. 116
        6. Germany Out-Maneuvered by General M. Galaktionov, pp. 117-119
        7. Conversion to Peace in Agriculture and Industry by Mordecai Ezekiel, pp. 120-128
        8. The France We Want by Andre Philip, pp. 129-133
        9. They Took to the Maquis, pp. 134-138
        10. The Balance Sheet of Lend-Lease by Ernest Dale, pp. 139-142
        11. Rome and After by G.A. Borgese, pp. 143-147
        12. Robot Bombs Revive the Blitz Spirit by Mary Seaton, pp. 148-150
        13. China's Industrial Future by Rewi Alley, pp. 151-156
        14. Will the Filipinos Help Us? by Marc T. Greene, pp. 157-160
        15. The Know-How in Democracy by Norman Angell, pp. 161-164
        16. A Free Flow of News Must Link the Nations by James L. Fly, pp. 165-169
        17. A New Religion of Man by Dane Rudhyar, pp. 170-173
        18. Art---Goodwill Ambassador by John G. Paine, pp. 174-176
        19. The Making of a Doughboy by Leslie Sabo, Jr., pp. 177-179
        20. [+]
          The Future of India by Anup Singh, pp. 180-181 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Indian Problem by Reginald Coupland
          2. The People of India by Kumar Goshal
        21. [+]
          What Men Wish to See by Milos Safranek, p. 182 - 1 Review
          1. Russia and the Peace by Bernard Pares
        22. [+]
          Now Is the Time by Beryl Harold Levy, pp. 183-184 - 1 Review
          1. The Time for Decision by Sumner Welles
        23. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 185
        24. [+]
          New Wealth of Nations by Max Lerner, p. 186 - 1 Review
          1. Democracy Reborn by Henry A. Wallace
        25. [+]
          An Unforgettable Figure by Stephen Bonsal, p. 187 - 1 Review
          1. Woodrow Wilson by Gerald W. Johnson
        26. [+]
          Lanny Budd's Adventures by Atwood H. Townsend, pp. 188-189 - 1 Review
          1. Presidential Agent by Upton Sinclair
        27. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 190-194
      3. [+]
        September 1944 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. With Our Hands by Kathleen Sutton, p. 198
        2. Editorials by Orson Welles, pp. 199-201
        3. The Slow Road to Peace by Burnet Hershey, pp. 202-204
        4. Allied Generalship Outsmarts Hitler by Herbert Corey, pp. 205-210
        5. Robot Bombs and Robot Minds by Norman Angell, pp. 211-213
        6. Remolding the German Mind by Walter Cerf, pp. 214-218
        7. Symposium on Freedom of Information by Sumner Welles, pp. 219-223
        8. Truth in News by Christopher Chancellor, p. 224
        9. Free News-First Step in Peace by Kent Cooper, pp. 225-229
        10. Free World's Thumbnail Definitions: Fascism by Louis Dolivet, p. 230
        11. Britain's Brains Trust by Howard Thomas, pp. 231-235
        12. Introduction to Free World's Round Table by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., p. 236
        13. Round Table No. 26: A Money Plan for World Peace and Plenty by Harry D. White, pp. 237-249
        14. London Letter by Mary Seaton, pp. 250-252
        15. Doomed Japan Exchanges Tojo for Koiso by John Goette, pp. 253-256
        16. Jo, A War Story by Ilya Ehrenbourg, pp. 257-260
        17. The U.S.A. Needs a Realistic Foreign Policy by John F. Wharton, pp. 261-266
        18. Americans United by Ulric Bell, pp. 267-268
        19. In Defense of the Americas by Alberto Guani, pp. 269-270
        20. Argentina's New World Nazis by Ray Josephs, pp. 271-276
        21. [+]
          The World Has Neighborhoods by Beryl Harold Levy, pp. 277-278 - 1 Review
          1. U.S. War Aims by Walter Lippmann
        22. [+]
          Progress in China by Lawrence K. Rosinger, p. 279 - 1 Review
          1. China Looks Forward by Fo Sun
        23. [+]
          A National Leader by Randall Gould, pp. 280-281 - 1 Review
          1. Chiang Kai-Shek: Asia's Man of Destiny by Hsin-hai Chang
        24. [+]
          Germany's Past, Present and Future by Heinz Pol, pp. 282-283 - 1 Review
          1. Germany: A Short History by George N. Shuster and Arnold Bergstraesser
        25. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 284
        26. [+]
          United Nations of the World by Gilbert Chinard, p. 285 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Decision by James T. Shotwell
        27. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 286-290
      4. [+]
        October 1944 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. mankind Against the Sky by E.G. Heissenbuttel, p. 296
        2. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 297-298
        3. International Intellectual Cooperation by Li Yu Ying, pp. 299-300
        4. Comrades of the Great Invasion by Alain de la Nieppe, pp. 301-303
        5. Argentina's Underground versus a New Fascist Empire by Guillermo Korn, pp. 304-306
        6. War---As It Looks to China's "Little" Man by Jean Lyon, pp. 307-310
        7. That France May Live by Maurice Chourot, pp. 311-316
        8. My Trip to the Battlefronts by R.J. Thomas, pp. 317-319
        9. United Nations---Till Peace Do Us Part? by Norman Angell, pp. 320-322
        10. Round Table No. 27: Dumbarton Oaks---and After? by Burnet Hershey, Leon Henderson, and William Hillman, ..., pp. 323-334
        11. Nations' Stake in American Reconversion by Robert R. Nathan, pp. 335-338
        12. Beveridge's New Plan for Full Employment by Honor Balfour, pp. 339-342
        13. World TVA's---New Frontiers for Peace by James E. Murray, pp. 343-345
        14. Prodigal Romania Returns to Her Old Allies by Charles Davila, pp. 346-348
        15. German Cartel-Kings, Tomorrow's Turn-Coats by Albert Norden, pp. 349-354
        16. Greece on the Road to Unity by Basil Vlavianos, pp. 355-359
        17. Free World's Thumbnail Definitions: The Fascist Mind, pp. 360-362
        18. Building the World Brain by Oliver L. Reiser, pp. 363-369
        19. Our Goal Unity---But Germans Are Unfit by Albert Einstein, p. 370
        20. Faith and Reason in Double Harness by C.H. Waddington, pp. 371-375
        21. [+]
          Macnimsey Will Beat the Japs by John Goette, pp. 376-377 - 1 Review
          1. Pacific Victory, 1945 by Joseph Driscoll
        22. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 378
        23. [+]
          The Truth About Germany by Leo Lania, p. 379 - 1 Review
          1. Furlough by Franz Hoellering
        24. [+]
          From Vichy to Paris by Emile Bure, pp. 380-382 - 2 Reviews
          1. Petain: The Old Man of France by Janet Flanner
          2. The Truth About de Gaulle by Andre Riveloup
        25. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 383-386
      5. [+]
        November 1944 Issue = 33 Articles
        1. Man on the Dark Highroad (for Wendell Willkie) by Joseph Joel Keith, p. 392
        2. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 393-394
        3. The Loyal Protagonist by Burnet Hershey, pp. 395-396
        4. Nazis Can't Take It by Guy Byam, pp. 397-398
        5. Here Passes the Luftwaffe by E. Colston Shepherd, pp. 399-401
        6. Germany on the Anvil by Herbert Corey, pp. 402-405
        7. Argentina Breeds the Nazi Caterpillar (Drawing) by Luis Quintanilla, p. 406
        8. I Accuse by Luciano Molinas, pp. 407-412
        9. Dumbarton Oaks: If the Policement Quarrel? by Norman Angell, pp. 413-415
        10. Boom Town in Iran by O. Orestov, pp. 416-418
        11. What I Am Fighting For by Lt. Byron B. Buckeridge, pp. 419-424
        12. How I Conceive the Congresswoman's Role by Helen Gahagan Douglas, pp. 425-427
        13. Krupp, International Plotter by Albert Norden, pp. 428-432
        14. Open Channels for News by Hugh Baillie, pp. 433-436
        15. War---and the World's Children by Laura Vitray, pp. 437-444
        16. The Glass Necklace by Konstantin Paustovsky, pp. 445-447
        17. Plans and Politics in Britain by Mary Seaton, pp. 448-450
        18. World Democracy and U.S. Jobs by James G. Patton, pp. 451-453
        19. In Liberated Paris (Drawing) by Vertes, p. 454
        20. Memory of Fiends and Heroes by Emilienne Moreau, pp. 455-459
        21. UNRRA---Healer of Nations' Wounds, p. 460
        22. A Message to the Free World by Herbert H. Lehman, p. 461
        23. UNRRA Faces Action by L.B. Pearson, pp. 461-463
        24. World Organization and UNRRA by Richard Kidston Law, pp. 464-465
        25. Europe's Displaced Persons by Vladimir S. Hurban, p. 466
        26. Yugoslav Partisans in UNRRA Camps by Rudolf Bicanic, pp. 467-468
        27. Resistance Movement and UNRRA by Feliks Gross, pp. 469-470
        28. The Far East Committee of UNRRA by Tingfu F. Tsiang, pp. 471-472
        29. [+]
          Executive Versus Congress by Roscoe Drummond, p. 473 - 1 Review
          1. Meet Your Congress by John T. Flynn
        30. [+]
          Save the World from Anarchy by Stephen Bonsal, pp. 474-476 - 1 Review
          1. Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace by Thomas A. Bailey
        31. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 477
        32. [+]
          Democracy on Paper by Heinz Pol, p. 478 - 1 Review
          1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
        33. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 479-482
      6. [+]
        December 1944 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Who's Who in This Issue, pp. 486-490
        2. Editorial by Orson Welles, pp. 491-493
        3. Free World's American Opinion Poll, pp. 494-497
        4. The Partisan by A.S. Morris, p. 498
        5. The People Take Over in Yugoslavia by Stoyan Gavrilovic, pp. 499-502
        6. International Ownership of Air Transport by Daniel Giles Sullivan, pp. 503-506
        7. Economic Fallacy and Allied Disunity by Norman Angell, pp. 507-510
        8. Otto---The Weathervane by Julius Deutsch, pp. 511-512
        9. Cartels---Barrier to International Harmony by Harley M. Kilgore, pp. 513-516
        10. American Adjustment to a Security Organization by Paul Appleby, pp. 517-522
        11. A Gift by Pierre Blanchar, pp. 523-525
        12. Patriots Denounce Argentine Fascists by Luciano Molinas, pp. 526-530
        13. Return Trip to Corregidor by Marc T. Greene, pp. 531-535
        14. Reich Trade Satellites by Emil Lengyel, pp. 536-540
        15. Letters from the Front, pp. 541-547
        16. UNRRA and Public Opinion by Brooke Claxton, pp. 548-550
        17. Miracle of the Fish by Chester Williams, pp. 551-554
        18. Soviet Science and Humanism by Boris A. Keller, pp. 555-561
        19. Town Hall in the State Department by Ulric Bell, pp. 562-564
        20. [+]
          Americans All---Immigrants All by Alonzo F. Myers, pp. 565-566 - 1 Review
          1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
        21. [+]
          Modern Men at War by Burnet Hershey, p. 567 - 1 Review
          1. Brave Men by Ernie Pyle
        22. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 568
        23. [+]
          Arctic Invasion, p. 569 - 1 Review
          1. I Went to the Soviet Arctic by Ruth Gruber
        24. Index of the Free World Volume VIII, pp. 570-578
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1945 = 12 Issues, 387 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1945 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Liberation by A. Stanley Mendelson, pp. 1-3
        2. Who's Who in This Issue, pp. 4-8
        3. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, p. 9
        4. G.I. Bill of Rights by Orson Welles, pp. 10-12
        5. Dumbarton Oaks Excels the League by Viscount Cecil, pp. 13-17
        6. The Leaders by Joseph Joel Keith, p. 18
        7. Profiles of Headliners by Herbert Corey, pp. 19-21
        8. Free World's American Opinion Poll: Immigration, pp. 22-26
        9. A Physical Plan for a World of Plenty by Mordecai Ezekiel, pp. 27-32
        10. State of the World, pp. 33-36
        11. Democracy's Propaganda by John Grierson, pp. 37-40
        12. Our Berlin Allies by Max Mandellaub and Frank E. Kent, pp. 41-45
        13. "Our Blood Ran with the Lash" (Drawing) by C. Cresson, p. 46
        14. An Eye-Witness Report on Jewish Palestine by Nahum Goldmann, pp. 47-50
        15. London Letter: Britain's Philosophy Today---Progress by Mary Seaton, pp. 51-53
        16. Free Press and Free Minds by Norman Angell, pp. 54-58
        17. A Chinese Symbol by Fabian Chow, pp. 59-62
        18. Czechoslovakia---A Working Democracy by Jan Papanek, pp. 63-66
        19. Round Table No. 28: The Emerging World Order at Dumbarton Oaks by Ulric Bell, Bruce Bliven, Louis Dolivet, and Thomas K. Finletter, ..., pp. 67-80
        20. French and Russian Security by Philip M. Kaiser, pp. 81-85
        21. The State Department Goes to Town by Ulric Bell, pp. 86-87
        22. [+]
          A Foreign Policy for Peacetime by Barnett Bildersee, pp. 88-89 - 2 Reviews
          1. Foreign Policy Begins at Home by James P. Warburg
          2. Here Comes Tomorrow by A. Wilbert Zelomek
        23. [+]
          A Grammar for Democracy by Feliks Gross, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. Freedom and Civilization by Bronislaw Malinowski
        24. [+]
          A Battle Cry Against the International Cartels by Albert Norden, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. Cartels: Challenge to a Free World by Wendell Berge
        25. [+]
          Music for Internationalists by John G. Paine, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. Bohuslav Martinu: The Man and His Music by Milos Safranek
        26. [+]
          Basque President Accuses Franco by Albert Norden, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. Escape Via Berlin by Jose Antonio de Aguirre
        27. Recommended Books for Free World Readers, pp. 95-102
      2. [+]
        February 1945 Issue = 34 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-9
        3. "That These Honored Dead Shall Not Have Died in Vain" (Drawing) by Victor DePauw, p. 10
        4. Editorials by Orson Welles, p. 11
        5. Agenda for Unity by Louis Dolivet, pp. 12-13
        6. Resistance Vital to Europe by William L. Shirer, p. 14
        7. France's New Foreign Policy by Georges Bidault, pp. 15-17
        8. Headliners: Henri Bonnet by Karl Schriftgiesser, pp. 18-20
        9. Franco the Insolent, p. 21
        10. Briefly from Abroad, p. 22
        11. Italy's Anti-Fascists Fight for a New Deal by Pietro Nenni, pp. 23-26
        12. A Denunciation: Argentina Prepares for War, pp. 27-30
        13. Immigration and Foreign Security by Norman Angell, pp. 31-33
        14. Free World's American Opinion Poll: World Organization, pp. 34-37
        15. Shadow on Road by LeGarde S. Doughty, p. 38
        16. Hitler's Best General Is Stopped by Herbert Corey, pp. 39-42
        17. Geography Fights for Japan by John Goette, pp. 43-46
        18. Will Peace Require Universal War Training? by Stanton A. Coblentz, pp. 47-50
        19. Yes by Representative James W. Wadsworth, pp. 51-53
        20. Highlights on Herr Schickelbruber (Cartoons) by Antonin Pelc, pp. 54-55
        21. Billy Turner---War's Child by Mary Seaton, pp. 56-60
        22. World Labor and the Employment Challenge by Aaron Levenstein, pp. 61-65
        23. War Against Poverty by Arthur J. Altmeyer, pp. 66-70
        24. A Global Machine Age by Mordecai Ezekiel, pp. 71-74
        25. Story---First Assignment by Antoni Cwojdzinski, pp. 75-79
        26. Will Science Be the Religion of Tomorrow? by Claude Chevalley, pp. 80-87
        27. [+]
          Review The Secret History of the War, by Waverley Root by Roscoe Ellard, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. The Secret History of the War by Waverley Root
        28. [+]
          French Without Tears by L.V., p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. The Heart on the Sleeve by Marcelle Dorval and Jean Carlu
        29. [+]
          Democracy in Crisis by Fritz Kaufmann, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Democracy Under Pressure by Stuart Chase
        30. [+]
          Review By Bread Alone, by Betty de Sherbinin by Ray Josephs, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. By Bread Alone by Betty de Sherbinin
        31. [+]
          Styles in Public Servants by John Perry, p. 92 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Bureaucrat by John H. Crider
          2. Representative Bureaucracy by J. Donald Kingsley
        32. [+]
          Toward Balkan Federation by Josef Hanc, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. Balkan Background by Bernard Newman
        33. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 94
        34. [+]
          Fabianism by S. Haden Guest, pp. 95-102 - 1 Review
          1. Everybody's Political What's What? by Bernard Shaw
      3. [+]
        March 1945 Issue = 33 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-9
        3. What to Do by Theodore Dreiser, p. 10
        4. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 11-12
        5. Support World Organization , p. 13
        6. The Eleventh Hour for Relief , pp. 13-14
        7. The End by Thomas Mann, pp. 15-18
        8. The Three Biggest Men in the World by Louis Dolivet, pp. 19-23
        9. Gigantic Planning: Secret of the Soviet Steam Roller by Rene Lavigne, pp. 24-26
        10. Manila to Tokyo by Herbert Corey, pp. 27-30
        11. Headliners: Alberto Tarchiani by Marion Rosselli, pp. 31-33
        12. Free World's American Opinion Poll: German Guilt, pp. 34-37
        13. What Is A People's Peace? by Norman Angell, pp. 38-40
        14. A Bill of Rights for All Peoples by Ulric Bell, pp. 41-42
        15. A Plan for Peace in the Pacific by Serge Fliegers, pp. 43-45
        16. What the Germans Owe by Atwood H. Townsend, pp. 46-51
        17. The Revenge of Norway by Bjorn Stallare, pp. 52-55
        18. The Cornering of the Beast (Cartoons), pp. 56-57
        19. Free Speech on the Silver Screen by Darryl F. Zanuck, pp. 58-61
        20. U.S. War Machine Runs in High Gear by J.A. Krug, pp. 62-66
        21. How Can We Make Sure of Postwar Jobs for All? by Paul G. Hoffman, pp. 67-69
        22. A Legislator's View by Senator James E. Murray, pp. 70-72
        23. Politics, Problems and People by Mary Seaton, pp. 73-76
        24. To Youth: A Message by President Juan Jose Amezaga, Uraguay, p. 77
        25. Passengers on Planet Earth by Harlan T. Stetson, pp. 78-82
        26. Story---Saboteur by George W. Tepa, pp. 83-85
        27. Who's Who in This Issue, pp. 86-87
        28. [+]
          Review War Criminals: Their Prosecution and Punishmen... by Jonah J. Goldstein, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. War Criminals: Their Prosecution and Punishment by Sheldon Glueck
        29. [+]
          America's Destiny by David S. Muzzey, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. The Philosophy of American History by Morris Zucker
        30. [+]
          A Plan for "Peasant Europe" by Emil Lengyel, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. Crossroads of Two Continents by Feliks Gross
        31. [+]
          Kinship of Man by Grace Johnson, pp. 93-94 - 1 Review
          1. The American Story by Archibald MacLeish
        32. [+]
          What Makes Prejudice by Carroll C. Pratt, pp. 95-96 - 1 Review
          1. ABC's of Scapegoating by Gordon W. Allport
        33. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, pp. 97-102
      4. [+]
        April 1945 Issue = 37 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-10
        3. A Message from President Roosevelt, p. 11
        4. Editorials, pp. 12-13
        5. Fourth Free World Congress , p. 14
        6. The Mexican Conference , p. 14
        7. V-Day Plus the Clean-up by Herbert Corey, pp. 15-18
        8. The High Cost of Error by John Gaunt, pp. 19-20
        9. Battles and People by Lt. Byron Buckeridge, pp. 21-24
        10. Headliners: Henry Wallace by Irving Brant, pp. 25-29
        11. Quislings (Humorous Cartoons) by Quintanilla, pp. 30-31
        12. Reviving France by Robert Lacoste, pp. 32-33
        13. Free World's American Opinion Poll: Are the German People Guilty?, pp. 34-37
        14. Trial of the Master War Criminal (Drawing) by DePauw, p. 38
        15. Genocide---A Modern Crime by Raphael Lemkin, pp. 39-43
        16. Germany's Reinsurance Cartel by Alfred Manes, pp. 44-47
        17. The Dodecanese and the Next Peace by Constantine Panunzio, pp. 48-50
        18. The Best Starting Point toward World Security by Norman Angell, pp. 51-52
        19. Money's Role in Peace by Senator Robert F. Wagner, pp. 53-56
        20. Italy Pleads for Her Place as an Ally by Benedetto Croce, pp. 57-61
        21. A Line on the World with Its Cartoonists, pp. 62-65
        22. Hunger, Houses and Hope (London Letter) by Mary Seaton, pp. 66-67
        23. Frontier by Loudie Claar, pp. 68-69
        24. Work After War---How Insure Enough Jobs? by Maury Maverick, pp. 70-72
        25. Organized Labor's View by Robert K. Lamb, pp. 73-76
        26. Equalizing the Earth's Bounties by John F. Timmons, pp. 77-80
        27. A Woman Without a Country---A Story by John Yard, pp. 81-85
        28. Who's Who in This Issue, pp. 86-87
        29. [+]
          Review Solution in Asia, by Owen Lattimore by H.G. Quaritch Wales, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. Solution in Asia by Owen Lattimore
        30. [+]
          Red China Goes Democratic by Randall Gould, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. Report from Red China by Harrison Forman
        31. [+]
          Philosophy of Politics by L. Vitray, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. Politics and Morals by Benedetto Croce
        32. [+]
          Psychoanalyzing the Russians by Fritz Kaufmann, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Germany, Russia and the Future by John T. MacCurdy
        33. [+]
          The Case of the Greeks by Basil Vlavianos, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. The Price of Liberty by Mikia Pezas
        34. [+]
          Story of a Czech Engineer by Leo Lania, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. The Hideout by Egon Hostovsky
        35. [+]
          Problems of Europe by Richard Posner, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. Europe: An Atlas of Human Geography by Marthe Rajchman
        36. Recommended Books, p. 94
        37. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, pp. 95-102
      5. [+]
        May 1945 Issue = 41 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-10
        3. The Promise of San Francisco by Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., p. 11
        4. In Memoriam by Orson Welles, p. 12
        5. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 13-14
        6. The Fourth Free World Congress , p. 15
        7. Messages to the Fourth Free World Congress by Winston Churchill, p. 16
        8.  ---  by Chiang Kai-shek, p. 16
        9. Roosevelt by Thomas Mann, pp. 17-18
        10. Hope for Mankind by Archbishop John J. Cantwell, p. 19
        11. II. Global Welfare by Bishop Francis J. McConnell, p. 20
        12. III. Peace Through Righteousness by Rev. Dr. D. de Sola Pool, pp. 21-22
        13. World Security---Goal of San Francisco by Sir Norman Angell, pp. 23-26
        14. Far and Wide, Plain People See a Vision of Peace by Russell Briney, pp. 27-28
        15. An Iowa Farmer Talks of Ending Wars by Forrest Seymour, p. 29
        16. Men in Many Parts of China Ask a World Order That Works by Hubert Wang, pp. 30-31
        17. World Order---As China's Women See It by Ada Ying, p. 32
        18. Common Man Needed at San Francisco by Mary Seaton, p. 33
        19. United In Peace As In War by H.L., p. 34
        20. A Red Army Fighter's Letter on War and Peace by Dmitri Novikov, p. 35
        21. A Greek Hero Gives His Idea of a Peoples' Peace by Basil John Vlavianos, p. 36
        22. A Two-Way Street by Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., p. 37
        23. World Trade and San Francisco by R.W.G. Mackay, pp. 38-39
        24. American Opinion Poll: U.S. at San Francisco, pp. 40-43
        25. Labor's Stake in Peace Planning by Philip Murray, pp. 44-45
        26. London Trade Union Conference by R.J. Thomas, pp. 46-48
        27. The Great Peace Plans by Howard O. Eaton, pp. 49-56
        28. Is the World Court in Peril? by Justice Manley O. Hudson, pp. 57-59
        29. Waging Peace on the Ether Waves by Edgar Kobak, pp. 60-63
        30. The Negro Looks Abroad by Martin Ebon, pp. 64-65
        31. Two Sergeants Return Home by Leo Lania, p. 66
        32. London Letter: European Peace and San Francisco by Mary Seaton, pp. 67-68
        33. A Message to Free World by Eduard Benes, p. 69
        34. A Weather Eye Out with the Cartoonists, pp. 70-73
        35. The Lesson of the Italian Purge by Count Carlo Sforza, pp. 74-76
        36. Free World's "Charter for the United Nations", pp. 77-85
        37. [+]
          Russia---Bad and Good Reporting by Roscoe Ellard, pp. 86-87 - 2 Reviews
          1. Report on the Russians by William L. White
          2. Russia Is No Riddle by Edmund Stevens
        38. [+]
          Postwar Test of Free Government by Merlo J. Pusey, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. Can Representative Government Do the Job? by Thomas K. Finletter
        39. [+]
          Harnessing Government To Freedom by Thomas K. Finletter, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. Big Government: Can We Control It? by Merlo J. Pusey
        40. [+]
          The Complex Problem of Nippon by John Goette, pp. 92-93 - 2 Reviews
          1. Through Japanese Eyes by Otto D. Tolischus
          2. What to Do with Japan by Wilfrid Fleisher
        41. [+]
          Kaltenborn's Transition Literature by Burnet Hershey, pp. 94-102 - 1 Review
          1. Europe Now by H.V. Kaltenborn
      6. [+]
        June 1945 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. San Francisco---A Picture Section by Derso and Kelen, pp. 1-18
        2. Free Speech, pp. 19-21
        3. Editorial: Shadows of Victory, p. 22
        4. San Francisco Diary by Louis Dolivet, pp. 23-27
        5. Notes on San Francisco by Max Ascoli, pp. 28-30
        6. Headliners: Russia's Molotov by Henry C. Cassidy, pp. 31-32
        7. U.S. Senators Discuss San Francisco by Claude D. Pepper, pp. 33-34
        8. We Can Discount the Skeptics by George D. Aiken, p. 35
        9. The World Wants More Democracy by Elbert D. Thomas, p. 36
        10. A Milestone To Peace by H. Alexander Smith, pp. 37-39
        11. Universal Guarantees for Workers by C.W. Fowler, pp. 40-42
        12. The Fight for "We the People" by John R. Ellingston, pp. 43-44
        13. Bretton Woods---A Key to Peace by Chase G. Woodhouse, pp. 45-47
        14. Franco: Why Should We Fear Ghosts? by Vincent Sheean, pp. 48-50
        15. Progress of the Struggle: After S.F. by Norman Angell, pp. 51-54
        16. Pacific War---Closing in for the Kill by Herbert Corey, pp. 55-58
        17. Winning a Real Peace for Asia by John Goette, pp. 59-62
        18. The Germans Are a United People by Sigrid Undset, pp. 63-66
        19. Austria's Disputed Government by Julius Deutsch, pp. 67-68
        20. How Is Yugoslavia Ruled? by Stoyan Gavrilovic, pp. 69-72
        21. American Opinion Poll: U.S. and World Prosperity, pp. 73-76
        22. World Food Picture by T. Swann Harding, pp. 77-78
        23. The Last Bastion by Burnet Hershey, pp. 79-82
        24. [+]
          2 Reviews Freedom Is More Than a Word, by Marshall Field by Leo Lania, pp. 83-84 - 2 Reviews
          1. Freedom Is More Than a Word by Marshall Field
          2. Can Democracy Recover? by Louis Marlio
        25. [+]
          A Biographer Looks at Germany by Louis Nizer, pp. 85-86 - 1 Review
          1. The Moral Conquest of Germany by Emil Ludwig
        26. [+]
          Winning the Peace by Donald A. MacLean, pp. 87-88 - 1 Review
          1. Main Street's New Neighbors by Melvin K. Whiteleather
        27. [+]
          Will World Order Work? by Melvin K. Whiteleather, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. A Dynamic World Order by Donald A. MacLean
        28. [+]
          Peace Economy by Somson Trop-Krynski, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. A Price for Peace by Antonin Basch
        29. [+]
          Winning a Free World, pp. 92-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Treasury for the Free World by Ben Raeburn
      7. [+]
        July 1945 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-9
        3. Frontispiece by Kelen, p. 10
        4. Editorial: At the Crossroads of Two Worlds by Louis Dolivet, pp. 11-12
        5. On the Threshold of World Oneness by Archibald MacLeish, pp. 13-16
        6. The League Is Dead---Long Live the Charter! by Serge Fliegers, pp. 17-25
        7. United Nations Forums, pp. 26-27
        8. Emergence of New Values , pp. 28-30
        9. World Citizenship and Economic Problems , pp. 31-33
        10. Remaining Dangers of Fascism , pp. 34-35
        11. Seeds of Disunity , pp. 36-38
        12. "Strike Two" on Hara Kiri by Herbert Corey, pp. 39-42
        13. Russia and America: A Critical Partnership by Max Lerner, pp. 43-46
        14. Basic Problems of Big Three Unity by Norman Angell, pp. 47-50
        15. American Opinion Poll: Will Fascism Die Out?, pp. 51-54
        16. The Secret Enemy at San Francisco by Harry W. Flannery, pp. 55-58
        17. The Homeless Return by Martin Ebon, pp. 59-62
        18. Preparing a Safe Crossing from War to Peace by William H. Davis, pp. 63-67
        19. Picture Feature by Quintanilla, pp. 68-69
        20. Birmingham to Bengal (A Story) by John Yard, pp. 70-74
        21. Who's Who, p. 75
        22. [+]
          A Japan-Asia Bookshelf by John Goette, pp. 76-78 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Asian Legacy and American Life by Arthur E. Christy
          2. The Netherlands Indies and Japan by Hubertus J. van Mook
          3. Japanese Militarism: Its Cause and Cure by John M. Maki
          4. The Future of Japan by William C. Johnstone
        23. [+]
          Emergency Rescue by Josef Forman, p. 79 - 1 Review
          1. Surrender on Demand by Varian Fry
        24. [+]
          Review Labor and Tomorrow's World, by G. Bromley Oxnam by C.W. Fowler, p. 80 - 1 Review
          1. Labor and Tomorrow's World by G. Bromley Oxnam
        25. [+]
          Lerner Looks at Life by Barnet Nover, pp. 81-86 - 1 Review
          1. Public Journal by Max Lerner
      8. [+]
        August 1945 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Free Speech, pp. 7-9
        3. Editorial: Symptoms of European Recovery by Louis Dolivet, pp. 10-12
        4. Postscript on San Francisco by Max Ascoli, pp. 13-17
        5. United Nations Forums, pp. 18-19
        6. Implementing the San Francisco Charter , pp. 20-23
        7. Ratification of the Charter , pp. 24-26
        8. The Charter and Power Politics by Norman Angell, pp. 27-29
        9. Headliners: James F. Byrnes by Ulric Bell, pp. 30-33
        10. The Economic and Social Council by Raoul Aglion, pp. 34-36
        11. Picture Section, pp. 37-52
        12. Eight Years of Chinese Resistance by Wellington Lee, pp. 53-55
        13. The Japanese Press by Harry Emerson Wildes, pp. 56-60
        14. American Opinion Poll: Postwar Lend-Lease and Jobs, pp. 61-64
        15. South American Spy Ring's Key Man Freed by H. Fernandez Artucio, pp. 65-67
        16. Will Europe Nationalize Industry? by Tony Sender, pp. 68-71
        17. Sleep in the Afternoon by Andres Iduarte, p. 72
        18. British Elections: A Political Clap of Thunder by Mary Seaton, pp. 73-74
        19. Who's Who, p. 75
        20. [+]
          Review What is Life?, by Erwin Schrodinger by Laura Vitray, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. What is Life? by Erwin Schrodinger
        21. [+]
          On Human Freedom by Morris L. Ernst, p. 77 - 2 Reviews
          1. Safeguarding Civil Liberty Today by Carl L. Becker, Max Lerner, and James Lawrence Fly, ...
          2. An International Bill of the Rights of Man by Hersh Lauterpacht
        22. [+]
          People Are Important by Anthony S. Luchek, p. 78 - 1 Review
          1. Men at Work by Stuart Chase and Marian Tyler Chase
        23. [+]
          They Sought Freedom by Martin Ebon, p. 79 - 1 Review
          1. They Seek a City by Arna Bontemps and Jack Conroy
        24. [+]
          A Million Words on War by Myron Weiss, p. 80 - 1 Review
          1. History in the Writing by Gordon Carroll
        25. [+]
          The Psychiatrist at War by Thomas A.C. Rennie, M.D., p. 81 - 1 Review
          1. The Shaping of Psychiatry by War by John Rawlings Rees
        26. [+]
          America's Discrimination Dilemma by Geraldine Beldsoe, pp. 82-86 - 1 Review
          1. A Rising Wind by Walter Francis White
      9. [+]
        September 1945 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. State of the World by Special Correspondents, pp. 1-2
        2. Extortion under Laval, pp. 3-8
        3. Picture Section, pp. 9-24
        4. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, pp. 25-27
        5. Now or Never by Orson Welles, pp. 28-29
        6. Headliner: Truman by Roscoe Drummond, pp. 30-33
        7. Japan and the End of the World by Herbert Corey, pp. 34-36
        8. "X" Equals the Future by Laura Vitray, pp. 37-39
        9. How Long Hirohito? Two Opposite Views by Willard Price, pp. 40-41
        10.  ---  by John Goette, pp. 42-44
        11. A Department of Peace by Senator Alexander Wiley, pp. 45-47
        12. V-J by Loudie Claar, p. 48
        13. World Travel by Travel Editor, pp. 49-52
        14. The Right to Know by Kent Cooper, pp. 53-55
        15. Nation-Wide Poll, pp. 56-58
        16. Postwar Relaxation, A Story by Arnold Sundgaard, pp. 59-61
        17. Woman of the Maquis, Personal Story by Captain Lucienne Marchand, pp. 62-64
        18. Political Climate of France by Andre Sauger, pp. 65-68
        19. Interdependence by Theodore Dreiser, pp. 69-70
        20. Man and the Atom by Norman Angell, pp. 71-74
        21. Attlee at Britain's Helm by Mary Seaton, pp. 75-76
        22. Free Speech by Helen Gahagan Douglas, pp. 77-78
        23. Preview on Fall Books by Alice Payne Hackett, pp. 79-82
        24. [+]
          Russia Appraised by Antonin Basch, p. 83 - 1 Review
          1. The Basis of Soviet Strength by George B. Cressey
        25. [+]
          War---and China by John Goette, p. 83 - 1 Review
          1. Flight from China by Edna Lee Booker and John S. Potter
        26. [+]
          Making of a Nazi by Leo Lania, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
          1. Sowing the Wind by Martha Dodd
        27. [+]
          The Peace Vigil by Samson Trop, pp. 86-88 - 1 Review
          1. The Killing of the Peace by Alan M. Cranston
        28. Picture Section, pp. 89-106
      10. [+]
        October 1945 Issue = 32 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-8
        2. Making of the Peace, pp. 9-14
        3. Fascism on Trial, pp. 15-24
        4. New York Leads Intellectual Revolution by Louis Dolivet, pp. 25-28
        5. Five Minutes to Twelve by Oscar Cox, pp. 29-33
        6. Selling U.S. Preferred by Harry Flannery, pp. 34-36
        7. Education Under the Charter by Alexander Meiklejohn, pp. 37-39
        8. A Reporter's Conscience Speaks by Heinz Liepmann, pp. 40-42
        9. The Time Is Ripe by Octavio Mangabeira, p. 43
        10. The Need for Standardization by Edgard du Prey, pp. 44-46
        11. Fascists At Work by Max Mandellaub, pp. 47-50
        12. The Lesson of the Potato by Arnold Sundgaard, pp. 51-53
        13. World Travel, pp. 54-56
        14. Bermuda and Bahamas, pp. 57-60
        15. Norwegian Resistance Pictures, pp. 61-64
        16. Rebirth of a Nation by Paal Berg, Lord Chief Justice of Norway, pp. 65-68
        17. Shall We Have a Well-Fed World? by T. Swann Harding, pp. 69-70
        18. Wanted: A United Nations Radio, pp. 71-75
        19. The Atomic Bomb by Anabel Parker McCann, pp. 76-78
        20. Swiss Hospitality by Helveticus, pp. 79-80
        21. American Opinion Poll, pp. 81-82
        22. London Cable by Mary Seaton, pp. 83-84
        23. Europe's Coal Famine by Martin Ebon, pp. 85-86
        24. Free Speech, pp. 87-88
        25. [+]
          Sixty Million Jobs by Leo Cherne, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. Sixty Million Jobs by Henry A. Wallace
        26. [+]
          This Side of Utopia by Martin Ebon, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. The Springfield Plan by Alexander Alland and James Waterman Wise
        27. [+]
          Arrogant Still by Alfred Werner, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. The German Talks Back by Heinrich Hauser
        28. [+]
          Spain in Exile by Fritz Kaufmann, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. Smouldering Freedom by Isabel de Palencia
        29. [+]
          The Facts We Need by John Goette, pp. 94-95 - 1 Review
          1. Dilemma in Japan by Andrew Roth
        30. [+]
          On Mountain Climbing by Leo Lania, pp. 96-97 - 1 Review
          1. The White Tower by James Ramsey Ullman
        31. Youth Holds Its Own Conference by Lucien Aigner, pp. 98-106
        32. Cover Photo by Martin Munkacsi
      11. [+]
        November 1945 Issue = 37 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-8
        2. One World in Pictures: First part, pp. 9-11
        3. France's Comeback , pp. 12-20
        4. Primer for World Government by Louis Dolivet, pp. 21-23
        5. The Appenine Way by Joseph Hirsh, pp. 24-26
        6. Reflections on Returning Home by Lt. Byron Buckeridge, pp. 27-28
        7. Living Memorials by Frederick C. McKee, p. 29
        8. Radio That Hastened Victory by Wendell Sether, pp. 30-33
        9. Australia Plans for Employment by H.G. Quaritch Wales, pp. 34-37
        10. Nazi Princes Are War Criminals Too by Albert Norden, pp. 38-40
        11. The Jewish Problem Must Be Solved Now by Nahum Goldmann, pp. 41-43
        12. The Arab Position by Abdel Rahman Azzam Bey, pp. 44-45
        13. Your Job Depends on Foreign Trade by Max Mandellaub, pp. 46-49
        14. World Travel: Mexico, pp. 50-52
        15. Pictures: Second part, pp. 53-57
        16. The First Conference on World Government: Exclusive pictures , pp. 58-62
        17. Pity for Germany? , pp. 63-66
        18. Argentine---and the Man Who Gave Her Hope , pp. 67-68
        19. Spruille Braden by Allen Haden, pp. 69-72
        20. The Roaring Fire by Howard Rodman, pp. 73-74
        21. France Weighs Her Future by Emmanuel d'Astier de La Vigerie, pp. 75-76
        22. London Cable by Mary Seaton, p. 77
        23. American Opinion Poll, p. 78
        24. Let's Have More Propaganda by Norman Angell, pp. 79-81
        25. Unity Among Humans by Pierre Souvageot, pp. 82-84
        26. Theater by Norris Houghton, pp. 85-88
        27. Free Speech, pp. 89-90
        28. [+]
          Morgenthau's Plan by Joel H. Fisher, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Germany Is Our Problem by Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
        29. [+]
          Dynamic democracy? by Antonin Basch, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. Private Monopoly by David Lasser
        30. [+]
          Cousins elaborates by Joseph Hirsh, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. Modern Man Is Obsolete by Norman Cousins
        31. [+]
          Mirror before America by Ordway Tead, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. One Nation by Wallace Stegner
        32. [+]
          No more Mikados by Randall Gould, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. Japan and the Son of Heaven by Willard Price
        33. [+]
          Mowrer's Europe by Burnet Hershey, pp. 95-96 - 1 Review
          1. The House of Europe by Paul Scott Mowrer
        34. [+]
          China's poetic charm by John Goette, p. 97 - 1 Review
          1. Forever China by Robert Payne
        35. [+]
          Keys to freedom by H.J.B. Craven, pp. 98-99 - 1 Review
          1. Ourselves, Inc. by Leo R. Ward
        36. Who's Who, pp. 100-102
        37. Cover Photo by F. Henle
      12. [+]
        December 1945 Issue = 38 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-8
        2. One World in Pictures: First Part, pp. 9-13
        3. Children's Books with Fangs , pp. 14-16
        4. Food Conference in Quebec , pp. 17-20
        5. Editorial, pp. 21-23
        6. Leon Blum - France's True Face, pp. 24-25
        7. Why a World Government? by Senator Glen H. Taylor, Idaho, pp. 26-31
        8. Tojo Doesn't Live Here Any More by Major Ben Z. Kaplan, pp. 32-36
        9. Aftermath in the South Seas by Marc T. Greene, pp. 37-39
        10. Love Letters to Hitler, pp. 40-41
        11. Scientists Have No Illusions by Richard D. Present, pp. 42-43
        12. Borrowed Time by Michael Straight, pp. 44-45
        13. Watch on the Rhine by Richard de Rochemont, pp. 46-47
        14. Oust Peron's Government by Allen Haden, pp. 48-50
        15. Night Prayer by Witter Bynner, p. 51
        16. Cooperation for Peace by Senator Alben W. Barkley, p. 52
        17. Pictures: Second Part, pp. 53-58
        18. Holland Fights for Her Land , pp. 59-63
        19. Prime Minister Attlee at Home , pp. 64-65
        20. Fight of Three Cities, pp. 66-70
        21. San Franisco, p. 71
        22. Philadelphia, p. 72
        23. Hyde Park, p. 73
        24. Human Nature and the Atom Age by Norman Angell, pp. 74-76
        25. Fight Against Starvation by Serge Fliegers, pp. 77-78
        26. Your Job Depends on Foreign Trade by Max Mandellaub, pp. 79-80
        27. American Opinion Poll, p. 81
        28. World Travel by James F. Macdonald, pp. 82-84
        29. Theater by Norris Houghton, pp. 85-86
        30. Free Speech, pp. 87-88
        31. [+]
          Bertrand Russell as Historian of Philosophy by Albert Hofstadter, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. The History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell
        32. [+]
          Turmoil in Europe by Alexander Baltzly, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. Europe in Revolution by John Scott
        33. [+]
          Christmas Interlude by Helen Hill Miller, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. Maquisard: A Christmas Tale by Albert J. Guerard
        34. [+]
          Attack on Zionism by Roger N. Baldwin, pp. 94-95 - 1 Review
          1. The Jewish Dilemma by Elmer Berger
        35. [+]
          Strachey on Socialism by William E. Bohn, p. 96 - 1 Review
          1. Socialism Looks Forward by John Strachey
        36. [+]
          Greek Documents, pp. 96-97 - 1 Review
          1. EAM White Book
        37. Recommended Books for Free World Readers, pp. 98-102
        38. Cover Photo by K.W. Gullers
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1946 = 11 Issues, 329 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1946 Issue = 33 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-8
        2. One World in Pictures, pp. 9-12
        3. Editorial by Michael Straight, pp. 13-15
        4. Road to World Government by Norman Angell, pp. 16-18
        5. Politics in Italy by Max Ascoli, pp. 19-22
        6. The French Colonial Ideal by Jean Chretien, pp. 23-26
        7. United Nations Organization Versus World Government by H.V. Evatt, pp. 27-30
        8. Australia Comes of Age by William H. Kelty, pp. 31-33
        9. Reflections on Returning Home---2 by Lt. Byron Buckeridge, pp. 34-36
        10. Oil in the Middle East by Martin Ebon, pp. 37-39
        11. Control of Atomic Energy by Frederick McKee, pp. 40-41
        12. Orozco by Richard Posner, pp. 42-45
        13. One World in Pictures: Second Part, pp. 46-48
        14. Back from Hell , pp. 49-51
        15. Fight Against Fascism in South America , p. 52
        16. The Forgotten Fifth Column by Cesar Rapellini, pp. 53-54
        17. Shall Russia Share the Control of the Ruhr by Bertrand Russell, Lord Vansittart, Dr. Joad, and Prof. Cole, ..., pp. 55-56
        18. The Realtors by Arnold Sundgaard, pp. 57-59
        19. Where Is Labor Going? by C.W. Fowler, pp. 60-61
        20. What is a Canadian? by Lionel Gelber, pp. 62-65
        21. Peace by Pieces by Lyman C. White, pp. 66-68
        22. World Travel, pp. 69-70
        23. Theater by Norris Houghton, pp. 71-72
        24. Free Speech, pp. 73-74
        25. [+]
          The Ideological Fight in Japan by John Goette, p. 75 - 1 Review
          1. Shinto: The Unconquered Enemy by Robert O. Ballou
        26. [+]
          Eisenhower---Man of Action by David S. Muzzey, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. Soldier of Democracy by Kenneth S. Davis
        27. [+]
          Problem---Black or White? by Roland Gibson, p. 77 - 1 Review
          1. Black Metropolis by St. Clair Drake and Horace R. Cayton
        28. [+]
          Good Will on Earth by Ordway Tead, p. 78 - 1 Review
          1. A Catholic Looks at the World by Francis E. McMahon
        29. [+]
          Territorial Reorganization by Alfred Werner, p. 79 - 1 Review
          1. The Regions of Germany by Robert E. Dickinson
        30. [+]
          Science for the millions by Joseph Hirsh, p. 80 - 1 Review
          1. Atomic Energy in the Coming Era by David Dietz
        31. [+]
          Reconstruction in the Middle East by Antonin Basch, pp. 81-83 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic Development of the Middle East by Alfred Bonne
        32. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 84-86
        33. Front Cover: Words---Post Atomic by Stanley Young
      2. [+]
        February 1946 Issue = 35 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. One World in Pictures: First Part, pp. 7-10
        3. Women's Congress , pp. 11-12
        4. Editorial by Michael Straight, pp. 13-15
        5. Endowment for Our Future by F.C. McKee, p. 16
        6. America for All Americans by Henry A. Wallace, pp. 17-18
        7. UNESCO by Archibald MacLeish, pp. 19-20
        8. Living Memorial, p. 21
        9. After the Fascist Hoax by Max Ascoli, pp. 22-25
        10. The New Kid (A Story) by Harold Helfer, p. 26
        11. Hands by Joseph Hirsh, p. 27
        12. Mr. Baba on Politics by Tsunego Baba, pp. 28-31
        13. Land of Morning Calm by Barbara Leighton, pp. 32-35
        14. Our Surplus Arms and the Americas by Joseph H. Baird, pp. 36-38
        15. New Crimes? by F.B. Schick, pp. 39-42
        16. Greece Takes Hold by John Sofianopoulos, pp. 43-44
        17. One World in Pictures: Second Part, pp. 45-47
        18. We Want Homes , pp. 48-52
        19. We Want Homes by Jacob Crane, pp. 53-56
        20. Corner of Hope (A Story) by Paul Frischauer, pp. 57-58
        21. What Do the People Need to Know? by Norman Angell, pp. 59-61
        22. How Long America? by Lee Miller, pp. 62-63
        23. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 64-66
        24. Theater by Norris Houghton, pp. 67-68
        25. Free Speech, pp. 69-70
        26. [+]
          Failure of a Missionary by Allan Chase, pp. 71-73 - 1 Review
          1. Wartime Mission in Spain, 1942-1945 by Carlton J.H. Hayes
        27. [+]
          Mr. Jaffe's Challenge by John Goette, pp. 74-75 - 1 Review
          1. New Frontiers in Asia by Philip J. Jaffe
        28. [+]
          Sumner Welles Edits New Series by A.H., p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. The United States and Britain by Crane Brinton
        29. [+]
          A Gallant Lady by John Latouche, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. One Small Voice by Marianne Oswald
        30. [+]
          Need for Mutual Faith by Alexander Baltzly, pp. 77-78 - 1 Review
          1. Russia and the Western World by Max M. Laserson
        31. [+]
          Answer to Hayek by Morris L. Ernst, p. 79 - 1 Review
          1. The Road to reaction by Herman Finer
        32. [+]
          A Veteran Caste by Joseph Hirsh, p. 80 - 1 Review
          1. The New Veteran by Charles G. Bolte
        33. [+]
          Higher Education Today by Paul R. Mort, p. 81 - 1 Review
          1. Democratic Education by Benjamin Fine
        34. Recommended Books, p. 81
        35. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 82-86
      3. [+]
        March 1946 Issue = 37 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. One World in Pictures, pp. 7-12
        3. Halfway House at London by Louis Dolivet, pp. 13-15
        4. The Sling and the Pebble by Ernest Hemingway, pp. 16-17
        5. Fascisn, Atomic Power and UNO by Max Ascoli, pp. 18-21
        6. Commitment by I.L. Salomon, p. 22
        7. Why War? by Albert Einstein, pp. 23-25
        8. Political Tugging in Korew by Palmer Hoyt, Jr., pp. 26-27
        9. When Istanbul Went to the Dogs by Bruce Kafaroff, pp. 28-30
        10. Americanizing the Issei by Richard A. Niver, pp. 31-33
        11. Pandora's Son, p. 34
        12. Reparations Miracle by Martin Ebon, pp. 35-38
        13. Our Folk Music Is English by S.L.M. Barlow, pp. 39-40
        14. U.S. Host to UNO, p. 41
        15. The Desert Republic by Joseph Callaghan, pp. 42-44
        16. Our World in Pictures: Second Part, pp. 45-49
        17. Men Without Guns , p. 50
        18. Pedro Figari , pp. 51-52
        19. Pedro Figari by Waldo Frank, p. 53
        20. Personals, p. 54
        21. Reprints by the Millions by Atwood H. Townsend, pp. 55-57
        22. The Publisher Speaks by Victor Weybright, pp. 58-60
        23. Ambassador Despite Myself by Gerald Berlin, pp. 61-62
        24. Vienna Today by Tedy Prager, pp. 63-64
        25. Movies: The Hollywoood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 65-66
        26. Theater by Norris Houghton, pp. 67-68
        27. Free Speech, pp. 69-70
        28. [+]
          Confessions of a Bandit by Allan Chase, p. 71 - 1 Review
          1. The Ciano Diaries, 1937-1943 by Count Galeazzo Ciano and Hugh L. Gibson
        29. [+]
          Nothing quiet... by Albert C.J. Simard, pp. 72-73 - 1 Review
          1. Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remarque
        30. [+]
          Non Combatant Heroes by Joseph Hirsh, p. 74 - 1 Review
          1. Men Without Guns by DeWitt Mackenzie
        31. [+]
          Aught in Malice by Mark Starr, pp. 74-75 - 1 Review
          1. Negro Labor by Robert C. Weaver
        32. [+]
          The Insidious Enemy by Joseph Borkin, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. A Cartel Policy for the United Nations by Corwin D. Edwards
        33. [+]
          The Economic Man in U.S. by Jerome Nathanson, pp. 76-77 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic Mind in American Civilization, 1606-1865 by Joseph Dorfman
        34. [+]
          France: two views by Gilbert Chinard, p. 78 - 2 Reviews
          1. France, Yesterday and Today by Katharine Munro
          2. France and Britain
        35. [+]
          Palestine, a Free World and Peace by Allen Haden, pp. 78-79 - 3 Reviews
          1. To Whom Palestine? by Frank Gervasi
          2. The Treasury for the Free World by Ben Raeburn
          3. The Anatomy of Peace by Emery Reves
        36. Recommended Books, pp. 80-81
        37. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 82-86
      4. [+]
        April 1946 Issue = 36 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. One World in Pictures: First Part, pp. 7-10
        3. Bombs against Free World , pp. 11-12
        4. Welcome to UNO, p. 13
        5. Hostages to Peace by Allen Haden, p. 14
        6. Not One Cent for Tribute by David Loth, pp. 15-17
        7. Why War? by Sigmund Freud, pp. 18-24
        8. You're on the Air by Cesar Saerchinger, pp. 25-27
        9. Elightening the Japanese Mind by Walter Sullivan, pp. 28-31
        10. Reflections on Returning Home, Part III by Byron Buckeridge, p. 32
        11. New Jersey Meets the World by E.D. Mellinger, pp. 33-35
        12. Veto in UNO by Clark M. Eichelberger, Emily Hickman, and Merle Miller, ..., pp. 36-39
        13. Mishka, Oop! by Samuel Gaspar, pp. 40-41
        14. Marc Chagall, Painter of Love by Alfred Werner, pp. 42-44
        15. One World in Pictures: Second Part, pp. 45-46
        16. British-American University , pp. 47-48
        17. England Cares for German Orphans , pp. 49-52
        18. Rebuild Those Lives by Marie Paneth, pp. 53-55
        19. Theodore Dreiser by Marguerite Tjader, pp. 56-57
        20. Hold That Atom by Livingston Hartley, pp. 58-60
        21. Failures of G.I. Orientation by Edgar L. Acken, pp. 61-62
        22. The Japanese Story by Hargis Westerfield, p. 63
        23. Mayflower Minority by Gustavus Swift Paine, pp. 64-66
        24. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 67-68
        25. Free Speech, pp. 69-70
        26. [+]
          Soviet Roots in the West by Alexander Baltzly, pp. 71-72 - 2 Reviews
          1. Soviet Politics: At Home and Abroad by Frederick L. Schuman
          2. The Peoples of the Soviet Union by Corliss Lamont
        27. [+]
          Whitewashing the USSR by Louis Nizer, pp. 73-74 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Conspiracy by Michael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn
        28. [+]
          52 Eyes on America by Joseph Hirsh, p. 75 - 1 Review
          1. While You Were Gone by Jack Goodman
        29. [+]
          Capitol Memoirs by Max A. Besler, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. Washington Tapestry by Olive Ewing Clapper
        30. [+]
          Projected Travelogue by Banning Repplier, pp. 76-77 - 1 Review
          1. Star of the Unborn by Franz Werfel
        31. [+]
          The Why and How About Unions by John S. Atlee, p. 78 - 1 Review
          1. The Truth About Unions by Leo Huberman
        32. [+]
          The Belated Reviewer by Allen Haden, p. 79 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Practical Cogitator by Charles P. Curtis, Jr. and Ferris Greenslet
          2. My One Contribution to Chess by F.V. Morley
        33. [+]
          Review Rival Partners, by Keith Hutchison by H.J.B. Craven, p. 79 - 1 Review
          1. Rival Partners by Keith Hutchison
        34. Recommended Books, pp. 80-81
        35. Who's Who in This Issue, pp. 82-86
        36. Coverphoto by Walt Sanders
      5. [+]
        May 1946 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-4
        2. One World in Pictures: First Part, pp. 5-8
        3. UN---The Only Way, pp. 9-10
        4. Roosevelt in War by Emil Ludwig, pp. 11-16
        5. Publishers' Views on UN by John Knight, Mark Ethridge, and Joseph Pulitzer, p. 17
        6. India on the Eve by Krishnalal Shridharani, pp. 18-22
        7. Yesterday's Enemies (A Short Story) by Stanly Ferber, pp. 23-24
        8. Peace Through Education by George B. de Huszar, pp. 25-27
        9. No Freedom for Brown Men by Madeleine Bryan, pp. 28-32
        10. No Peace for the Homeless by Martin Ebon, pp. 33-36
        11. Three Roads Before Trygve Lie by Louis Dolivet, pp. 37-40
        12. One World in Pictures: Second Part, pp. 41-42
        13. The World Marches Forward , pp. 43-48
        14. Enlightening the Japanese Mind, Part II by Walter Sullivan, pp. 49-54
        15. Science---Nucleus of World State by Albert Guerard, pp. 55-57
        16. Argentina Has Its Fuehrer by H. Fernandez Artucio, pp. 58-59
        17. Now Peron Is Elected---What? by Allen Haden, pp. 60-61
        18. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 62-63
        19. Free Speech, pp. 64-66
        20. Spring Books on International Affairs by Alice Payne Hackett, pp. 67-69
        21. [+]
          Psychological Inquiry by Joseph Hirsh, pp. 70-71 - 1 Review
          1. Experiment in Germany by Saul K. Padover
        22. [+]
          To Rhyme With France La Resistance by William Duff, p. 72 - 1 Review
          1. I Accuse De Gaulle by Henri de Kerillis
        23. [+]
          A Valiant Fight by Peter C. Demetri, p. 73 - 1 Review
          1. Shadow Over Athens by Phokion Demetriades
        24. [+]
          Portuguese America: A Comprehensive Study by Olive Holmes, p. 74 - 1 Review
          1. Brazil: People and Institutions by T. Lynn Smith
        25. [+]
          China in Transition by Henry Cavendish, pp. 75-76 - 1 Review
          1. Our Neighbors, the Chinese by Vaughan White
        26. [+]
          Woman's Place in the Scheme of Things by Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, p. 77 - 1 Review
          1. Woman as Force in History by Mary R. Beard
        27. [+]
          Hard Politics by Allen Haden, pp. 78-82 - 1 Review
          1. Political Reconstruction by Karl Loewenstein
        28. Front Cover: UN From Blueprint to Reality
      6. [+]
        June 1946 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-3
        2. UN's Host by John Hope Franklin, p. 4
        3. There Will Be Peace by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-6
        4. Report from Inside Europe by Louis Dolivet, pp. 7-11
        5. Atoms for Peace by Livingston Hartley, pp. 12-13
        6. Autobiographical Notes of an Atomic Bomb by Milton Rugoff, p. 14
        7. American History, 1960 by Elizabeth M. Stirton, p. 15
        8. Giuliana by Lidia Storoni Mazzolani, pp. 16-18
        9. Myths of World Government by Edward McN. Burns, pp. 19-21
        10. Round Table No. 28: World Government vs. United Nations by Max Ascoli, Louis Dolivet, Max Lerner, and Merle Miller, ..., pp. 22-29
        11. Nikolai M. Shvernik by Max Mandellaub, pp. 30-33
        12. Human Rights & International Security by Max Beer, pp. 34-35
        13. Free Speech, p. 36
        14. The People Speak by J. Alvin Kugelmass, pp. 37-39
        15. Damming "China's Sorrow" by Valiquette Rundle, pp. 40-43
        16. Don't Sell France Short! by Seymour Cain, pp. 44-47
        17. I'm American O.K. by Jean J. Newman, pp. 48-49
        18. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 50-52
        19. University Presses and Their Function by Joseph A. Brandt, pp. 53-55
        20. [+]
          3 Reports by Joseph Hirsh, pp. 56-57 - 3 Reviews
          1. My Three Years with Eisenhower by Harry C. Butcher
          2. Germany in Defeat by Percy Knauth
          3. Age of Assassins by Philippe Soupault
        21. [+]
          The War in Europe by David P. Page, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. Top Secret by Ralph Ingersoll
        22. [+]
          European Boundaries by William Guff, p. 59 - 1 Review
          1. Peace Atlas of Europe by Samuel Van Valkenburg
        23. [+]
          A Great Woman by Alexander Baltzly, pp. 59-60 - 1 Review
          1. Beatrice Webb by Margaret Cole
        24. [+]
          Problems in the Pacific by John Goette, pp. 61-66 - 1 Review
          1. Population and Peace in the Pacific by Warren S. Thompson
      7. [+]
        July 1946 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-5
        2. Background On Germany by Romain Rolland, p. 6
        3. Editorial, pp. 7-9
        4. United States Problems by James Roosevelt, pp. 10-13
        5. Debate On World Unit by Clarence K. Streit, pp. 14-17
        6. Let Us Face the Basic Issues by Dane Rudhyar, pp. 18-20
        7. Round Table No. 28 by Max Ascoli, Louis Dolivet, Max Lerner, and Merle Miller, ..., pp. 21-28
        8. Norway---Pattern of Recovery by Ted Olsen, pp. 29-32
        9. Czechoslovakia Reconstructs by Melvin A. Glasser, pp. 33-36
        10. The C.N.L. in Italy by Riccardo Bauer, pp. 37-38
        11. Vienna---Problem Child of Europe by Klaus Mann, pp. 39-44
        12. Canada's Attitude on the British Labor Government by William Greening, pp. 45-46
        13. Iran---Bastion of India by Walter Sullivan, pp. 47-51
        14. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 52-53
        15. [+]
          A Book Within a Book by Henry Cavendish, p. 54 - 1 Review
          1. The Education of a Correspondent by Herbert L. Matthews
        16. [+]
          Report of the Supreme Commander by David Page, p. 55 - 1 Review
          1. Eisenhower's Own Story of the War by Dwight D. Eisenhower
        17. [+]
          Vinegar Joe's Story by John Goette, pp. 56-57 - 1 Review
          1. Wrath in Burma by Fred Eldridge
        18. Recommended Books, p. 58
        19. [+]
          Dominican Dictator by Martin Ebon, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. Blood in the Streets by Albert C. Hicks
        20. [+]
          Secret Agent Lanny Budd by Harriet Zinnes, p. 59 - 1 Review
          1. A World to Win by Upton Sinclair
        21. [+]
          The Belated Reviewer by Allen Haden, p. 60 - 1 Review
          1. Modern Women Poets of Spanish America by Sidonia Carmen Rosenbaum
        22. [+]
          Dreiser's Last World by Harvey J. Bresler, p. 61 - 1 Review
          1. The Bulwark by Theodore Dreiser
        23. Who's Who In This Issue, pp. 62-66
      8. [+]
        September 1946 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-3
        2. The United Nations and the Peace Conference, pp. 4-5
        3. Versailles to Paris by Stephen Bonsal, pp. 6-7
        4. Impressions of Peace by Laura Vitray, pp. 8-10
        5. A New World Health Organization by Andrija Stampar, pp. 11-15
        6. The United Nations and Human Rights by Rene Cassin, pp. 16-19
        7. Capital Cables, pp. 20-25
        8. A New Roof on the World by John Yard, pp. 26-28
        9. British Politics One Year After by Francis Noel-Baker and Derek Walker-Smith, pp. 29-32
        10. One World in Pictures, pp. 33-36
        11. Palestine , pp. 37-40
        12. The Top of the World , pp. 41-44
        13. The Lafargue Clinic , pp. 45-48
        14. Psychiatry Comes to Harlem by Richard Wright, pp. 49-51
        15. Divide and Conquer by William Harlan Hale, pp. 52-54
        16. Latin America After Two Wars by Anonymous, pp. 55-58
        17. Soup for the Bowls of China by T. Swann Harding, pp. 59-60
        18. The Palestine Homeland by M.Z. Frank, pp. 61-64
        19. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 65-66
        20. Free Speech, pp. 67-68
        21. [+]
          Crossroads of Empire by Walter Sullivan, p. 69 - 1 Review
          1. Syria and Lebanon: A Political Essay by Albert H. Hourani
        22. [+]
          A Parable by Richard McLaughlin, pp. 69-70 - 1 Review
          1. Animal Farm by George Orwell
        23. [+]
          The Belated Reviewer by Allen Haden, p. 71 - 1 Review
          1. One Crowded Hour by Jenane Patterson Binder
        24. [+]
          Moral Individuals Responsibility by William Duff, p. 71 - 1 Review
          1. The Nuremberg Trial and Aggressive War by Sheldon Glueck
        25. [+]
          A Reappraisal of Gandhi by Henry Cavendish, pp. 72-74 - 1 Review
          1. The Mahatma and the World by Krishnalal J. Shridharani
        26. [+]
          Look to the Future by Alfred Werner, pp. 75-76 - 1 Review
          1. Odyssey Through Hell by Raymond Arthur Davies
        27. [+]
          Production for War by Peter C. Demetri, p. 77 - 1 Review
          1. Arsenal of Democracy by Donald Marr Nelson
        28. Who's Who, pp. 78-82
      9. [+]
        October 1946 Issue = 30 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-4
        2. On the Eve of the General Assembly, pp. 5-7
        3. Harvest by Loudie Bailhe Claar, p. 8
        4. Reflections on the Security Council by Sir Alexander Cadogan, pp. 9-11
        5. A Peoples' Peace by Willard S. Givens, pp. 12-15
        6. The General Assembly by Louis Dolivet, pp. 16-20
        7. Human Guinea Pigs by Edouard Herriot, pp. 21-22
        8. Epilogue at Nuremberg by George S. Martin, pp. 23-25
        9. The New French Constitution by Laura Vitray, pp. 26-29
        10. French Opinions on the Fourth Republic, pp. 30-32
        11. One World in Pictures, pp. 33-39
        12. United Children , pp. 40-41
        13. New Democratic Forces in Latin America , p. 42
        14. Ferment In Indonesia , pp. 43-47
        15. When the Ballot Goes Long Unused , p. 48
        16. Toward Rule of Law by Quincy Wright, pp. 49-52
        17. Democratic Tendencies in Latin America by Lisandro Montes, pp. 53-54
        18. Why Greece Turns Right by W.W. Waymack, pp. 55-58
        19. U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization by T. Swann Harding, pp. 59-62
        20. Copenhagen Letter by Special Correspondent, p. 63
        21. Oriental Colonies: Ferment and Change by Marc T. Greene, pp. 64-65
        22. Movies: The Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 66-67
        23. Fall Books on International Affairs by Alice Payne Hackett, pp. 68-71
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          The Machine and the Will by Max Lerner, p. 72 - 1 Review
          1. The United Nations by Louis Dolivet
        25. [+]
          Give all the facts, Mr. Beard by David Cort, pp. 73-74 - 1 Review
          1. American Foreign Policy in the Making, 1932-1940 by Charles A. Beard
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          A Great Dissenter by David S. Muzzey, p. 75 - 1 Review
          1. Brandeis: A Free Man's Life by Alpheus Thomas Mason
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          Big Power Rivalry by Martin Ebon, p. 76 - 1 Review
          1. Spheres of Influence by Sydney Morrell
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          At the Measure of Man by Max Beer, p. 77 - 1 Review
          1. For All Mankind by Leon Blum
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          Does Time Remain? by Joseph Hirsh, p. 78 - 1 Review
          1. While Time Remains by Leland Stowe
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          1. Behind Soviet Power by Jerome Davis
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        November 1946 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. General Assembly: Ups and Downs by Louis Dolivet, pp. 7-8
        3. Reflections on the Security Council by Herschel V. Johnson, pp. 9-12
        4. The Peace Conference in Retrospect by F.W. Paris Bureau, pp. 13-15
        5. The Failure of Practical Men by Stanton Coblentz, pp. 16-18
        6. Across Europe by Francis Noel-Baker, pp. 19-22
        7. UNESCO---Adventure in Understanding by Laura Vitray, pp. 23-28
        8. Atomic Perspectives by Charles B. Gary, pp. 29-31
        9. Sweden Revisited by Robert S. Hartman, pp. 32-34
        10. The UN and Peace Settlement by Joseph Paul-Boncour, pp. 35-36
        11. Japanese War Crime Trials by Paul Katona, pp. 37-40
        12. The New Liberation of Western Europe by John Yard, pp. 41-44
        13. A Universal Alphabet by Mario A. Pei, pp. 45-49
        14. The Future of French Films by Claude Vermorel, pp. 50-51
        15. Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 52-53
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          1. Where Are We Heading? by Sumner Welles
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          1. Not So Wild a Dream by Eric Sevareid
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          FDR Profile by Allen Haden, p. 57 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Roosevelt I Knew by Frances Perkins
          2. As He Saw It by Elliott Roosevelt
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          Then and Now by Alexander Baltzly, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. The Congress of Vienna by Harold Nicolson
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          1. For This We Fought by Stuart Chase
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          1. Our Share of Night by Drew Middleton
        22. Recommended Books, pp. 60-61
        23. Free Speech, pp. 62-66
        24. Cover Photograph by O. Rosenthal
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        December 1946 Issue = 31 Articles
        1. State of the World, pp. 1-6
        2. Editorials, p. 7
        3. Impact of the Elections on the UN , pp. 8-9
        4. Elections: To Right and To Left by John Clyde, p. 10
        5. Brussels by Paul Struye, p. 11
        6. Shanghai by Valiquette Rundle, p. 12
        7. Gothenburg by Gunnar Fagrell, p. 13
        8. Paris by Laura Vitray, pp. 14-15
        9. The Republicans Speak: Symposium, pp. 16-18
        10. Public Opinion and the UN by Jan Masaryk, pp. 19-20
        11. Youth Interrupted by Paul Guth, pp. 21-22
        12. Yuhoko and the State by Frederick J. Lipp, pp. 23-26
        13. UNESCO: Its Purpose and Philosophy by Julian S. Huxley, pp. 27-30
        14. Science and World Culture by T. Swann Harding, pp. 31-34
        15. A Latin American Bloc? by Lisandro Montes, pp. 35-36
        16. Cooperatives, Government and World Trade by Murray D. Lincoln, pp. 37-40
        17. Adult Education in India by Surya Sardesai, pp. 41-44
        18. Myth of Facts and Figures by Leo Lania, pp. 45-47
        19. The Post-War Theater by Charles Pichon, p. 48
        20. United States by William C. Jackson, pp. 49-51
        21. Hollywood Letter by Allen Rivkin, pp. 52-53
        22. Free Speech, p. 54
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          1. The Plotters by John Roy Carlson
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          By Any Other Name by Harvey Bresler, p. 56 - 1 Review
          1. Kaputt by Curzio Malaparte
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          1. Thieves in the Night by Arthur Koestler
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          1. Labor and the Law by Charles Oscar Gregory
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          Composite Portrait by Allen Haden, p. 59 - 1 Review
          1. Frontier on the Potomac by Jonathan Daniels
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          War History of China by John Goette, p. 60 - 1 Review
          1. Thunder Out of China by Theodore H. White and Annalee Jacoby
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          A Striking Indictment by Harriet Zinnes, p. 61 - 1 Review
          1. Tour of Duty by John Dos Passos
        30. Recommended Books, p. 61
        31. Our Book Reviewers, pp. 62-66