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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 1 Year, 18 Issues, 275 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1949 = 18 Issues, 275 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1949 = 5 Issues, 75 Articles
        1. [+]
          April 26, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. Arithmetic and Higher Mathematics, pp. 3-4
          2. The Bold New Program, pp. 5-7
          3. American Foreign Policy in the Making, p. 8
          4. People Behind Point Four, p. 9
          5. The UN's Contribution, pp. 10-11
          6. Whose Imperialism?, p. 12
          7. Three Continents, pp. 13-14
          8. Hardheaded Human Investment, pp. 15-17
          9. To Man's Measure, pp. 18-19
          10. The Farmer's in the World, pp. 20-22
          11. Chill over the Adamses, pp. 23-25
          12. 'A Sense of Necessity', pp. 26-27
          13. The Fair Deal, pp. 28-29
          14. The Meaning of de Gaulle, pp. 30-32
          15. Billions for Defense, pp. 33-34
          16. Education for What?, pp. 35-39
        2. [+]
          May 10, 1949 Issue = 15 Articles
          1. Where Are We Now?, pp. 3-4
          2. The People vs. the People, pp. 5-7
          3. The Security Council at Work, pp. 8-9
          4. Three Advising Truman, pp. 10-11
          5. Of Policy and Power, p. 12
          6. The Course of Taxation, pp. 13-14
          7. Welfare with a Union Label, pp. 15-17
          8. To Man's Measure, pp. 18-19
          9. A Poet with an Audience, pp. 20-22
          10. Dixie: Southern Liberals on the Move, pp. 23-24
          11. The Lucky One, p. 25
          12. Press: The Silent City Room, pp. 26-28
          13. Europe: Beyond the American Blinkers, pp. 29-31
          14. Far East: The Tangle of Our Economic Policies, pp. 32-34
          15. Books: Culture Is a Private Matter, pp. 35-38
        3. [+]
          May 24, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. We and They, pp. 3-4
          2. The People's Foreign Policy, pp. 5-8
          3. ERP After the First Round, pp. 9-10
          4. The Psychology Behind the Pact, pp. 11-12
          5. From Wroclaw to the Waldorf..., p. 13
          6. Russia's Reverse ERP, pp. 14-15
          7. Musical Chairs in the Kremlin, p. 16
          8. Russia's Peacetime Budget, p. 17
          9. Will Russia Quit the UN?, pp. 18-21
          10. To Man's Measure..., pp. 22-23
          11. Gloom over Japan, pp. 24-26
          12. Fear in the West, pp. 27-29
          13. Industrial Jungle8C the Ruhr, pp. 30-33
          14. Platonoff's Republic, pp. 34-36
          15. [+]
            The Absolute Weapon? by Walter Millis, pp. 37-43 - 1 Review
            1. Fear, War, and the Bomb by P.M.S. Blackett
          16. Cover by Danska
        4. [+]
          June 7, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. Spotlight on America, pp. 3-4
          2. The Crash that Hasn't Happened, pp. 5-7
          3. Up-to-Date Anachronism, pp. 8-9
          4. Mail-Order Emperor, pp. 10-12
          5. Decatur, pp. 13-14
          6. Gloucester, pp. 15-16
          7. Elmira, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-22
          9. Franco6C A Dependable Ally?, pp. 23-26
          10. The Ruhr8C Master or Servant?, pp. 27-30
          11. The Dragon Speaks, pp. 31-32
          12. Arkansas Paradox, pp. 33-35
          13. Last Stand in Mississippi, p. 36
          14. [+]
            The Shade of John C. Calhoun by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. John C. Calhoun: Nullifier, 1829-1839 by Charles M. Wiltse
        5. [+]
          June 21, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. Political Recession, pp. 2-3
          2. Creed of a Northwesterner, pp. 4-6
          3. 'Stay East Young Man!', pp. 7-8
          4. All Quiet at the Port, pp. 9-10
          5. Maybe Down Not Out, pp. 11-13
          6. Wandering Workers, pp. 14-16
          7. Kilowatts Out to Sea, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. Nobody in Step but Spain, pp. 22-26
          10. Second Thoughts on China, pp. 27-29
          11. Anchors Awry My Boys..., pp. 30-31
          12. Two Intrepid Colleges, pp. 32-33
          13. Caged Nightingales, pp. 34-36
          14. [+]
            North of the Border by Wallace Stegner, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. American Me by Beatrice W. Griffith
      2. [+]
        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1949 = 7 Issues, 109 Articles
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          July 5, 1949 Issue = 18 Articles
          1. The Non-Fascist Affidavit, pp. 2-3
          2. Beck and Reuther, pp. 4-8
          3. Wanted, pp. 9-10
          4. The Mythology of Bargaining, p. 11
          5. Union War in Bessemer, pp. 12-13
          6. The Injunction 1875---, p. 14
          7. The Teeth of Taft-Hartley, pp. 15-16
          8. The Fourth Round, p. 17
          9. Labor's Foreign Service, pp. 18-19
          10. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          11. Young Man's Burden, pp. 22-24
          12. Bishop in the Stockyards, pp. 25-27
          13. Show Window of the East, pp. 28-29
          14. Union of Europe?, pp. 30-31
          15. Communist Comeback, pp. 32-34
          16. No Melting Pot But a Caldron, pp. 35-36
          17. [+]
            The Magic Broom in East Africa by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. Sorcerer's Apprentice by Elspeth Huxley
          18. Cover by Robt. Bruce
        2. [+]
          July 19, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. The Case of Our Kulaks, pp. 2-3
          2. Democrats in Des Moines, pp. 4-6
          3. The Farmers Catch Up, pp. 7-9
          4. Farmers, pp. 10-11
          5. Aiken Brannan and Hope, pp. 12-13
          6. A Vote in Favor, pp. 14-15
          7. Large Crops More Mouths, p. 16
          8. Truman's One Way Out, pp. 17-19
          9. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          10. Frenchman and German, pp. 22-24
          11. The Tragedy of a Statesman, pp. 25-31
          12. The Making of a Saint?, pp. 32-33
          13. Hurdles for the FAO, pp. 34-36
          14. [+]
            Promised Land of Parity by A. Whitney Griswold, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. Rural Life in the United States by Carl C. Taylor
        3. [+]
          August 2, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. We and the British, pp. 2-3
          2. The U.K.8C A Middle Power?, pp. 4-5
          3. Can Britain Make It?, pp. 6-10
          4. The Case for Devaluation, pp. 11-12
          5. Who Runs Socialist Britain?, pp. 13-14
          6. Austerity Unltd, pp. 15-16
          7. Laborites on the Defense, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. Aachen Revisited, pp. 22-24
          10. The Third Force, pp. 25-27
          11. Poland15C A Change Ahead?, pp. 28-29
          12. Canada's Liberal Landslide, pp. 30-32
          13. Lord Rosebery's Dream, pp. 33-35
          14. [+]
            The Horrors of Utopia, pp. 36-42 - 2 Reviews
            1. Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
            2. Walden Two by B.F. Skinner
        4. [+]
          August 16, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. The Soviet Man, pp. 2-3
          2. My Soviet School Days, pp. 4-6
          3. Russia: Postwar Moods, pp. 7-9
          4. Classes in the 'Classless' State, pp. 10-11
          5. Soviet Ward Heelers, pp. 12-13
          6. Soldier Farmer Worker, pp. 14-16
          7. Ordeal of a 'Cosmopolitan' Composer, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. The Best from Both Sides, pp. 22-23
          10. Il Conte's Adventure, pp. 24-26
          11. Economic Phoenix8C Dusseldorf, pp. 27-29
          12. Through a Monocle Darkly, pp. 30-31
          13. Indiana Discovers Insanity, pp. 32-33
          14. Glittering Bankrupt, pp. 34-35
          15. [+]
            They Didn't Go Back by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 36-42 - 1 Review
            1. Thirteen Who Fled by Louis Fischer
          16. Cover by J. Low
        5. [+]
          August 30, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. The Strain on Our Liberties, pp. 2-3
          2. The Case of Alger Hiss, pp. 4-7
          3. Two Degrees Left of Hoover, pp. 8-9
          4. Three Postcards from the Past, pp. 10-11
          5. Radioactive Row, pp. 12-14
          6. Collapse of Youth's One World, pp. 15-16
          7. The Burden of Freedom, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. The Message, p. 22
          10. Stevenson's First Year, pp. 23-25
          11. From Where I Stand, pp. 26-28
          12. A Vote for Academic Freedom, pp. 29-30
          13. Tito Is Not for Sale, pp. 31-32
          14. G.I.'s and Givttos, pp. 33-35
          15. [+]
            The Stars and the Questions by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 36-41 - 1 Review
            1. What is Man? by C.F. Ramuz
          16. Cover by Bruce
        6. [+]
          September 13, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. Time for Reckoning---East and West, pp. 2-3
          2. Turning Point of the ECA, pp. 4-6
          3. Triple Job in Greece, pp. 7-9
          4. West Berlin, pp. 10-11
          5. A Limited War If Any, pp. 12-14
          6. Our Military Posture, pp. 15-16
          7. Our Chance in the Far East, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure, pp. 20-21
          9. Rent Decontrol in Marion, p. 22
          10. Ambassador from Nevada, pp. 23-27
          11. If Depression Comes---, pp. 28-29
          12. And Still---Nationalism, pp. 30-32
          13. Communist Intellectuals Think Again, pp. 33-35
          14. The Dog Days, p. 36
          15. [+]
            "The City of Reason" by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. The City of Reason by Samuel H. Beer
          16. Cover by Arthur Getz
        7. [+]
          September 27, 1949 Issue = 15 Articles
          1. Politics vs. the People, pp. 2-3
          2. A Piece of Bread and a Tin Coffin by Ignazio Silone, pp. 4-7
          3. Maryka Faces Her Seven Judges by Leland Stowe, pp. 8-11
          4. The Woman Who Informed by Theodore Draper, pp. 12-15
          5. The Children and the Diplomats, pp. 16-17
          6. [+]
            To Man's Measure by G.P., pp. 18-19 - 1 Review
            1. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
          7. The Siege of Marin City, pp. 20-21
          8. The Veteran in the Orchard, pp. 22-23
          9. France and the British Crisis, pp. 24-25
          10. Whose Electricity?, pp. 26-28
          11. Fear of Our Friends, pp. 29-30
          12. The Five Per Centers, pp. 31-32
          13. A Day in the Country, pp. 33-36
          14. [+]
            'The Vital Center' by August Heckscher, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. The Vital Center by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
          15. Cover by S. Greco
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        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1949 = 6 Issues, 91 Articles
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          October 11, 1949 Issue = 15 Articles
          1. The New Germany, pp. 2-3
          2. The Meaning of the German Election by Theodore Draper, pp. 4-8
          3. Ten German Politicians by John Scott, pp. 9-11
          4. The Indestructible Dr. Schacht by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 12-14
          5. A Party in the Ruhr by Saul Padover, p. 15
          6. Germany's Stepchildren by Ernest Leiser, pp. 16-19
          7. To Man's Measure, pp. 20-22
          8. Two Hard-Working Lobbyists, pp. 23-24
          9. Devaluation Can't Do It All, pp. 25-27
          10. 'The Welfare State' by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 28-29
          11. Greece---Our Test, pp. 30-32
          12. Caste After the Fourth Grade by Max Lerner, pp. 33-35
          13. The Ghost of Goebbels, pp. 36-37
          14. [+]
            Return to Metternich by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
            1. Conservatism Revisited by Peter Viereck
          15. Cover by Joseph Low
        2. [+]
          October 25, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. The Gilded Doghouse, pp. 2-3
          2. The Education of Paul Hoffman by Claire Neikind, pp. 4-7
          3. The Facts of Economic Life by Philip Reed, pp. 8-9
          4. Our Collectivized Capitalism by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 10-12
          5. Common Stock Goes Begging by Vincent Checchi, p. 13
          6. Trusts: Boon or Curse? by Robert Lasch, pp. 14-16
          7. Barnstorming for Capital by Richard Donovan, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. Next Door to the Soviets by Frank Gervasi, pp. 22-24
          10. India Looks at China by William Costello, pp. 25-27
          11. The Small Men of Business by Jane Scheck, pp. 28-29
          12. The Senate and Mr. Ilgenfritz by H.N. Graves, Jr., p. 30
          13. Capehart and Flanders by Pat Holt, pp. 31-33
          14. The Cost of Living by John D. Wilson, pp. 34-36
          15. [+]
            How to Make a Lot of Money by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 37-41 - 4 Reviews
            1. Lydia Pinkham Is Her Name by Jean Burton
            2. The House of Baring in American Trade and Finance by Ralph W. Hidy
            3. The History of an Advertising Agency by Ralph M. Hower
            4. The Great Pierpont Morgan by Frederick Lewis Allen
          16. Cover by Zack Schwartz
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          November 8, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. The Time is Noon, pp. 2-4
          2. Policy and Strategy by Bernard Brodie, pp. 5-8
          3. A New Key for 'The Voice' by Ladislas Farago, pp. 9-11
          4. Washington Dispatch: 1952 by John Scott, pp. 12-16
          5. Their Bomb and Ours by Flavius, pp. 17-19
          6. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          7. The Vanishing Isolationist by Robert Lasch, pp. 22-23
          8. Nobody Votes Against Mother by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 24-26
          9. State Department, New Model by Harold N. Graves, pp. 27-30
          10. Recovery---at a Bargain Price by Vincent Checchi, pp. 31-32
          11. The Duties of a Creditor by H.W. Singer, pp. 33-34
          12. Unite or Else by J.j. Servan Schreiber, pp. 35-36
          13. [+]
            Lilienthal Believes... by August Heckscher, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. This I Do Believe by David E. Lilienthal
          14. Cover by S. Greco
        4. [+]
          November 22, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. A Plea for the U.N.O., pp. 2-3
          2. For a Stronger Secretariat, pp. 4-6
          3. The First Four Years by James B. Reston, pp. 7-9
          4. Global Lobbyists, pp. 10-11
          5. Victory in Indonesia by Violet Price, pp. 12-14
          6. Next Feature---Mrs. Roosevelt by Robert K. Bingham, p. 15
          7. Six Years to Change the World, pp. 16-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. No News from Richmond by Llewellyn White, pp. 22-23
          10. The Battle of Chilkoot Pass by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 24-26
          11. The Price of Pensions by Claire Neikind, pp. 27-28
          12. Deadlock Ahead by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 29-31
          13. The Bulldozer Has Arrived, Milord by Thomas Whiteside, pp. 32-34
          14. She Shall Have Muzak... by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 35-36
          15. [+]
            An Impossible World Republic by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. Preliminary Draft of a World Constitution by Robert M. Hutchins
          16. Cover by Arthur Getz
        5. [+]
          December 6, 1949 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. The Negro's International Vote, p. 2
          2. Ralph Bunche---Statesman by Sterling A. Brown, pp. 3-6
          3. New Voters in the Making by V.O. Key, Jr., pp. 7-8
          4. 'Last Hired, First Fired' by Herbert R. Northrup, pp. 9-11
          5. The Crisis That Never Came off by Richard Lewis, pp. 12-13
          6. The Negro Press by Ted Poston, pp. 14-16
          7. The Shadow and the Act by Ralph Ellison, pp. 17-19
          8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 20-21
          9. The Children of Chaos by Edward P. Morgan, pp. 22-24
          10. Confucius to Shelley to Marx by Robert S. Elegant, pp. 25-27
          11. Death of a Democracy by German Arciniegas, pp. 28-29
          12. Shoplifters and Pistol-Wavers by James M. Minifie, pp. 30-31
          13. The Race for Reactors by Joseph E. Loftus, pp. 32-34
          14. A Literature of Protest by Bucklin Moon, pp. 35-36
          15. [+]
            Duggan's Testament by Frank Tannenbaum, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
            1. The Americas: The Search for Hemisphere Security by Laurence Duggan
          16. Cover by S. Greco
        6. [+]
          December 20, 1949 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. What We Stand For, p. 2
          2. New York by Isa Kapp, pp. 3-5
          3. Ada, Ohio by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 6-8
          4. Kansas City by Llewellyn White, pp. 9-12
          5. Los Angeles by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 13-15
          6. To Man's Measure, pp. 16-17
          7. It Happened in Munich by Theodore Draper, pp. 18-20
          8. With or Without Britain by Flavius, pp. 21-23
          9. The Island Builders by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 24-26
          10. The Biological Battle by Saul Padover, pp. 27-29
          11. Another Satellite for Franco? by James M. Minifie, pp. 30-31
          12. Taft---the Sedate Sawdust Trail by Llewellyn White, pp. 32-34
          13. New Outpost of Isolationism, pp. 35-42
          14. Cover by Reginald Marsh
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1950s = 10 Years, 246 Issues, 3,947 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1950 = 26 Issues, 365 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1951 = 26 Issues, 359 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1952 = 26 Issues, 346 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1953 = 24 Issues, 354 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1954 = 24 Issues, 377 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1955 = 24 Issues, 402 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1956 = 24 Issues, 426 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1957 = 24 Issues, 433 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1958 = 24 Issues, 439 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1959 = 24 Issues, 446 Articles
                      2. [+]
                        Issues of the 1960s = 9 Years, 205 Issues, 3,634 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1960 = 24 Issues, 445 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1961 = 24 Issues, 430 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1962 = 24 Issues, 420 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1963 = 24 Issues, 399 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1964 = 25 Issues, 455 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1965 = 24 Issues, 430 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1966 = 24 Issues, 425 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1967 = 24 Issues, 417 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1968 = 12 Issues, 213 Articles