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XI---The World of Alfred Kohlberg
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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 1 Year, 18 Issues, 275 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1949 = 18 Issues, 275 Articles
    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 Jan.-Mar. 1952 = 6 Issues, 85 Articles
              1. [+]
                January 8, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Politics---1952 by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
                2. The Brothers Taft by William H. Hessler, pp. 6-9
                3. The Next Investigation by Robert G. Lewis, pp. 10-13
                4. 'Down with Income Taxes!' by Minna Post Peyser, pp. 14-16
                5. MacArthur's Place in History by H.A. DeWeerd, pp. 17-20
                6. Tito Trims His Sails by Peter J. Allen, pp. 21-23
                7. Greece---Back from the Abyss by Maurice J. Goldbloom, pp. 24-27
                8. European vs. U.S. Industrialists by Ugo Stille, pp. 28-30
                9. An Army with Wings by John B. Spore, pp. 31-34
                10. Essay on Battle-Axes by Al Newman, pp. 35-36
                11. [+]
                  New York Cartoons by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 37-38 - 1 Review
                  1. The New Yorker Twenty-Fifty Anniversary Album, 1925-1950
                12. [+]
                  The Earth on Paper by Philip Burnham, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The American Oxford Atlas by Brigadier Sir Clinton Lewis, O.B.E. and Colonel J.D. Campbell, D.S.O., ...
                13. Cover by Lewis Daniel
              2. [+]
                January 22, 1952 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. America, the Vatican, and Israel by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
                2. Our Negro Soldiers by John B. Spore and Robert F. Cocklin, pp. 6-8
                3. Catholics and Politics by Reinhold Niebuhr, pp. 9-11
                4. Israel Looks to the West by George Lichtheim, pp. 12-14
                5. Israeli Sailors on Strike by Ruth Karpf, pp. 15-16
                6. Anti-Semitism---Soviet Version by Peter J. Allen, pp. 17-20
                7. The Komsomol Faces Competition by Albert Parry, p. 21
                8. The Russians and the Olympics by J. Alvin Kugelmass, pp. 22-23
                9. Bob Jones University by George McMillan, pp. 24-26
                10. Bob Taft in Dixieland by Douglass Cater, pp. 27-29
                11. A Poet Who Fled from Communist Poland by Czeslaw Milosz, pp. 30-33
                12. Mlle. Gulliver en Amerique by Mary McCarthy, pp. 34-36
                13. Frank Lloyd Wright and a Bridge in Wisconsin by Eli Waldron, pp. 37-42
                14. Cover by John R. McDermott
              3. [+]
                February 5, 1952 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. Our Belgrade Gamble by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                2. Can Restless Peasants Make Good Soldiers? by Bogdan Raditsa, pp. 6-8
                3. A Wedge of Freedom in a One-Party State by William O. Douglas, pp. 9-12
                4. On the Danube Frontier by Peter J. Allen, pp. 13-16
                5. President, Pentagon, and Press by Allen Raymond, pp. 17-20
                6. Debt of Dishonor by Anne M. Fisher, pp. 21-23
                7. Why the Government Need Not Subsidize Medical Schools by Seymour Harris, p. 24
                8. The Great Rifle Controversy by John B. Spore, pp. 25-26
                9. European Union by Theodore H. White, pp. 27-28
                10. The Moral Crisis of Western Germany by Jacob K. Javits, pp. 29-31
                11. Politics and the Po by Claire Sterling, pp. 32-35
                12. [+]
                  Communism in France and Italy by Theodore Draper, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                  1. Communism in Western Europe by Mario Einaudi, Jean-Marie Domenach, and Aldo Garosci, ...
                13. [+]
                  History and Dean Acheson by August Heckscher, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                  1. The Pattern of Responsibility by Dean Acheson and McGeorge Bundy
                14. Hong Kong's Stockhom Traveler by Herbert Mitgang, pp. 40-42
                15. Cover by John R. McDermott
              4. [+]
                February 19, 1952 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. The Caves of Gibraltar by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
                2. Averell Harriman by Douglass Cater, pp. 6-9
                3. The Coming Battle for Foreign Aid by Hans Landsberg, p. 10
                4. Meeting the Yanks at Strasbourg by Ferruccio Parri, pp. 11-13
                5. Tom Connally's Last Battle? by Hart Stilwell and Stuart Long, pp. 14-16
                6. Israel by William Zukerman, pp. 17-20
                7. The Reluctant President of Austria by Frederic Morton, pp. 21-23
                8. U.S Protestantism and Free Enterprise by Reinhold Niebuhr, pp. 24-26
                9. Where Income Taxes Are public by George W. Groh, pp. 27-28
                10. The Americans Who Won Russia's Heart by Esther M. Douty, pp. 29-31
                11. Pibul Songgram and the Dredge by Archie Robertson, pp. 32-34
                12. [+]
                  The U.S. Budget as Living Literature by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 35-36 - 1 Review
                  1. The Budget of the United States Government, 1953
                13. The Big Florida Book Bubble, p. 37
                14. Prisoners as Journalists by Louis Messolonghites, pp. 38-39
                15. [+]
                  "Rasho-Mon" by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Rashomon (1950 Film) by Akira Kurosawa
                16. Cover by John Richard McDermott
              5. [+]
                March 4, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. The Frontiers of Nationalism by Max Ascoli, p. 4
                2. The U.S. Shapes a Middle East Policy by Wickham Wells, pp. 5-6
                3. Libya and King Idris by Judd L. Teller, pp. 7-10
                4. The Sultan Is Impatient by Rom Landau, pp. 11-13
                5. The Welter of Arab Loyalties by Don Peretz, pp. 14-16
                6. The Five Million Holy Men of India by Philip Singer, pp. 17-21
                7. Columbia Basin Power by Louis R. Huber, pp. 22-24
                8. The Great Los Angeles Public Housing Mystery by Richard Donovan, pp. 25-28
                9. Again the Klan by Jay Jenkins, pp. 29-35
                10. Ickes: Memoir of a Man Without Fear by Saul K. Padover, pp. 36-37
                11. Television and the 1952 Campaign by Robert J. Donovan, pp. 38-39
                12. Our Socialized Baby by Caroline DeCamp Benn, pp. 40-42
                13. Cover by "Hallman"
              6. [+]
                March 18, 1952 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. The Achilles' Heel of Democracy by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
                2. Italy's Second Line Against Communism by Claire Sterling, pp. 6-9
                3. The Great Debate by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 10-12
                4. The Stubborn Belgians by Theodore H. White, pp. 13-16
                5. Canada Prepares to Go It Alone by Walter O'Hearn, pp. 17-19
                6. Rural Electrification Becomes Respectable by Marquis Childs, pp. 20-22
                7. Who Says the Majority Rules? by Eugene J. McCarthy, pp. 23-24
                8. How the Average European Feels About Our Elections by Louis Duval, pp. 25-27
                9. Our Most Serious U.N. Defeat? by Richard N. Gardner, pp. 28-30
                10. The Ugly Face of Violence by Santha Rama Rau, pp. 31-34
                11. [+]
                  Prince of Darkness by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 35-36 - 1 Review
                  1. Satan by Bruno de Jesus-Marie
                12. 'Human' Interest in Europe's Red Press by Henry Tanner#2, pp. 37-39
                13. Passing of a King by Donald Hall, pp. 40-42
                14. Cover by Robert Shore
            2. [+]
              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1952 = 7 Issues, 91 Articles
              1. [+]
                April 1, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Are There Such Men? by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
                2. Bridges of New Hampshire by Richard Cope, pp. 6-9
                3. Nine G.O.P. Senate Freshman by Willard Shelton, pp. 10-13
                4. The Fallacies in 'Offshore Purchasing' by Douglass Cater, pp. 14-16
                5. The Voice of Free Berlin by Percy Knauth, pp. 17-21
                6. Bigness and British Industry by Nat McKitterick, pp. 22-23
                7. Egypt as Seen from London by George Lichtheim, pp. 24-26
                8. Indo-China by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 27-28
                9. The Mormon Invasion of New York City by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 29-32
                10. [+]
                  Generals in Politics by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 33-35 - 5 Reviews
                  1. A Soldier's Story by Omar N. Bradley
                  2. Eisenhower: The Man and the Symbol by John Gunther
                  3. Douglas MacArthur by Clark Lee and Richard Henschel
                  4. The Marshall Story by Robert Payne
                  5. Melville Goodwin, USA by John P. Marquand
                11. [+]
                  Three Movies from Africa by Robert L. Hatch, pp. 36-38 - 3 Reviews
                  1. Cry, the Beloved Country (1951 Film) by Zoltan Korda
                  2. The African Queen (1951 Film) by John Huston
                  3. The Magic Garden (1952 Film) by Donald Swanson
                12. To Moscow for a Cure by Albert Parry, pp. 39-42
                13. Cover by Wide World
              2. [+]
                April 15, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Starting the Job by Max Ascoli, pp. 2-3
                2. I---The Legacy of T.V. Soong by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 4-7
                3. II---The Pattern of Enrichment by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 8-10
                4. III---Voices in the Wilderness by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 11-15
                5. IV---Years of Disaster by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 16-19
                6. V---The Ubiquitous Major by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 20-24
                7. Build-up in Western Europe by Theodore H. White, pp. 25-28
                8. When Johnny Came Hurrying Home by Barry Bingham, pp. 29-31
                9. What Happened to Inflation? by Arthur W. Viner, pp. 32-34
                10. Mop, Broom, and Pistol by William S. Fairfield, pp. 35-38
                11. [+]
                  The Marine at His Best by Al Newman, p. 39 - 1 Review
                  1. Hold Back the Night by Pat Frank
                12. All Quiet in New Hampshire by Melvin S. Wax, pp. 40-42
                13. Cover by Dong Kingman
              3. [+]
                April 29, 1952 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. VI---The Inner Circle by Philip Horton, pp. 5-7
                2. VII---The Smiling Counselor by Philip Horton, pp. 8-10
                3. VIII---China Reconsidered by Philip Horton, pp. 11-13
                4. IX---Korea and Beyond by Philip Horton, pp. 14-16
                5. X---Our Asian Policy by Philip Horton, pp. 17-18
                6. XI---The World of Alfred Kohlberg by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 19-22
                7. In Conclusion by Max Ascoli, pp. 23-24
                8. The Candidate from Marly Forest by Theodore H. White, pp. 25-26
                9. The Likable Man with the Bad News by Vance Johnson, pp. 27-29
                10. Anti-Fascism on Trial by Claire Sterling, pp. 30-33
                11. Colonel McCormick Reports from the Ritz by Bernard S. Redmont, p. 34
                12. [+]
                  Wilmot's War by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 35-39 - 1 Review
                  1. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
                13. Thirteen Acres of Toys by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42
                14. Cover by Dong Kingman
              4. [+]
                May 13, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Stalin Makes Up His Mind by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-6
                2. Konrad Adenauer by Don Cook, pp. 7-10
                3. West Germany by George N. Shuster, pp. 11-13
                4. East Germany by Ernest Leiser, pp. 14-16
                5. H.S.T. and History by Jonathan Daniels, pp. 17-18
                6. Joe McCarthy's Home Town by Eli Waldron, pp. 19-23
                7. Freedom of Conscience at Piedmont College by Harold C. Fleming, pp. 24-26
                8. Stalin's Stake in Mao's Army by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 27-28
                9. Dakar by Oden Meeker and Olivia Meeker, pp. 29-33
                10. Reflections on a Red Conquest by Henri Marche, pp. 34-35
                11. [+]
                  "The Business of Business Is Business" by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                  1. Is Anybody Listening? by William H. Whyte, Jr.
                12. [+]
                  Vandenberg and the Bipartisan Honeymoon by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Private Papers of Senator Vandenberg by Arthur H. Vandenberg, Jr. and Joe Alex Morris, ...
                13. Cover by Robert Shore
              5. [+]
                May 27, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. The Power of the President by Douglass Cater, pp. 5-7
                2. Senator Morse on Steel and Seizure by Wayne Morse, pp. 8-9
                3. Presidential Primaries by William H. Hessler, pp. 10-12
                4. Can the Republicans Win? by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 13-16
                5. Wide Wings and the High Atlantic by Theodore White, pp. 17-22
                6. A Brief Reappearance of Secretary Jefferson by Saul K. Padover, pp. 23-25
                7. Truth and Tragedy in Spain by V.S. Pritchett, pp. 26-28
                8. Hirohito vs. the Stuffed Shirts by William Costello, pp. 29-31
                9. The Role of Cheese in Our Foreign Policy by Hans Landsberg, pp. 32-34
                10. [+]
                  God Buckley at Yale by Dwight MacDonald, pp. 35-38 - 1 Review
                  1. God and Man at Yale by William F. Buckley, Jr.
                11. [+]
                  Shame and Glory of the Intellectuals by Peter Viereck, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Shame and Glory of the Intellectuals by Peter Viereck
                12. Cover by San Bon Matsu
              6. [+]
                June 10, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. The President and Il Duce by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-7
                2. The Forgotten Issue by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 8-9
                3. Taft-Hartley by Edwin E. Witte, pp. 10-11
                4. About-Face! by Tris Coffin and Douglass Cater, pp. 12-16
                5. Where Women Rule the Roost by Jean Lyon, pp. 17-21
                6. Spark Plugs of the New Conservatism by Hugh Massingham, pp. 22-24
                7. Footnote on the Sicilian Elections by Lionel Birch, pp. 25-26
                8. How We Saved Money and Lost Friends in Bolivia by Robert H. Estabrook, pp. 27-29
                9. Carl Byoir by Spencer Klaw, pp. 30-33
                10. Russia Changes Its Line on Germ Warfare by Albert Parry, pp. 34-35
                11. [+]
                  Shaw's Nightmare and the American Dream by Frederic Morton, pp. 36-38 - 1 Review
                  1. The Trouble With Cinderella by Artie Shaw
                12. French Youth by Madeleine Chapsal, pp. 39-42
                13. Cover by John R. McDermott
              7. [+]
                June 24, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. The Ragged Edge by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                2. Premier Pinay and the Men of Vichy by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 6-8
                3. Germany---the Allies' Great Gamble by Theodore H. White, pp. 9-13
                4. Italy: A Fighting Chance by Claire Sterling, pp. 14-16
                5. Press Freedom vs. Army Regulations by Allen Raymond, pp. 17-20
                6. Correspondents in Korea by Lee Judge, pp. 21-23
                7. Moscow by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 24-26
                8. Our Argentine Appeasement Policy Ends by Milton Bracker, pp. 27-29
                9. Time Off in Gary by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 30-33
                10. Trouble in Outer Baldonia by Beverley Bowie, p. 34
                11. [+]
                  U.S. Politics by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 35-36 - 1 Review
                  1. The Future of American Politics by Samuel Lubell
                12. [+]
                  The Proud, Hopeless People of Spain by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Face of Spain by Gerald Brenan
                13. Cover by Lewis Daniel
            3. [+]
              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1952 = 7 Issues, 85 Articles
              1. [+]
                July 8, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. Lives and Deaths of Whittaker Chambers by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-8
                2. The Tragic Life of a Polrugarian Minister by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 9-14
                3. Questions Our Propaganda Must Ask by Konrad Kellen, pp. 15-17
                4. Four Politicians in Two Acts by William H. Hessler, pp. 18-21
                5. A Fresh Outlook on Disarmament by David F. Cavers, pp. 22-24
                6. Red Bridgeheads on the Subcontinent by Robert Trumbull, pp. 25-26
                7. Russian Orders and French Blood by Theodore H. White, pp. 27-29
                8. No News, or, What Killed the Dog by Mary McCarthy, pp. 30-33
                9. [+]
                  Bevan's Challenge to American Policy by Elaine Tanner, pp. 34-35 - 1 Review
                  1. In Place of Fear by Aneurin Bevan
                10. [+]
                  'Latuko'---The Naked and the Censor by Robert L. Hatch, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                  1. Latuko (1952 Film) by Charles L. Tedford
                11. [+]
                  A Summer of Danger on the Western Front by H.W. Blakeley, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Defense of Western Europe by Drew Middleton
                12. Cover by Tack Shigaki
              2. [+]
                July 22, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Which Road? by Joseph C. Harsch, pp. 5-7
                2. "Availability" by Jay Freid, pp. 8-10
                3. What Liberty Means to Robert A. Taft by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 11-13
                4. "Let's Look at the Record" by George D. Blackwood, pp. 14-16
                5. Trailing Illicit Gold Across a Hemisphere by H.R. Reinhardt, pp. 17-21
                6. Nigeria by Oden Meeker and Olivia Meeker, pp. 22-25
                7. Japan by Hessell Tiltman, pp. 26-28
                8. A Short Circuit in the French Party Line by Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, pp. 29-30
                9. Senator Bricker Finds a Loophole by Lindsay Rogers, pp. 31-32
                10. The Southern Textile Industry by William S. Fairfield, pp. 33-36
                11. The Cautious Return of the Pollsters by Spencer Klaw, p. 37
                12. [+]
                  The Wisdom of Learned Hand by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Spirit of Liberty by Learned Hand and Irving Dilliard
                13. Cover by Dong Kingman
              3. [+]
                August 5, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. Will Ike Go Right or Be President?, pp. 5-6
                2. Five Weeks That Made a Politician by David Schoenbrun, pp. 7-10
                3. Convention Coverage and the All-Seeing Eye by Douglass Cater, pp. 11-12
                4. The Democrats and FEPC by Alan Barth, pp. 13-16
                5. The Seven Conservatives Who Bottleneck Our Laws by Irving M. Engel, pp. 17-18
                6. Why Communist Troops Surrender by Roy A. Gallant, pp. 19-20
                7. Why Communist Prisoners Refuse to Go Home by Ruth Barrett and George Barrett, pp. 21-24
                8. West German Rearmament and the Politburo by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 25-27
                9. The Dubious Future of Aneurin Bevan by Woodrow Wyatt, pp. 28-30
                10. Florida by William S. Fairfield, pp. 31-34
                11. [+]
                  Progressive Education Versus "Spectatoritis" by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                  1. William Heard Kilpatrick: Trail Blazer in Education by Samuel Tenenbaum
                12. [+]
                  Mr. Liebling's Strange Chicago by Meyer Levin, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Chicago: The Second City by A.J. Liebling
                13. Cover by "Hallman"
              4. [+]
                August 19, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. Thanksgiving by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                2. How the Democrats Got Together by Douglass Cater, pp. 6-8
                3. A Delegate's-Eye View of the Convention by William S. Fairfield, pp. 9-10
                4. McCarthyism by Millard E. Tydings, pp. 11-15
                5. Who Is Richard Nixon? by Ralph M. Blagden and Robert K. Bingham, p. 16
                6. Leo and Brazza, the Congo's Unidentical Twins by Oden Meeker and Olivia Meeker, pp. 17-20
                7. The Baltic by William H. Hessler, pp. 21-24
                8. Heidelberg to Madrid by Frank Kluckhohn, pp. 25-30
                9. The Future Senator from Alaska by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 31-32
                10. Brave New World in a Potato Field by James Munves, pp. 33-35
                11. Television Hits Hollywood by Richard Donovan, pp. 36-39
                12. Friendly Lady Friendless in Moscow by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
              5. [+]
                September 2, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. Danger in the Middle East by William H. Hessler, pp. 5-9
                2. 'New Deal' in Egypt? by George Lichtheim, pp. 10-12
                3. Senator Cain, Washington Hamlet by Douglass Cater, pp. 13-16
                4. Cliffhanger in Cincinnati by James A. Maxwell, pp. 17-20
                5. The Freedom Nobody Wants by Allen Raymond, pp. 21-23
                6. The Helsinki the Athletes Didn't See by Daniel Aaron, pp. 24-27
                7. Crime and (No) Punishment in the Workers' Paradise by Anton Karlovac, pp. 28-30
                8. Report from Gary by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 31-33
                9. Politics on TV by Meyer Levin, pp. 34-36
                10. How to Be Glib Through Illegal by Frank O'Leary, pp. 37-38
                11. [+]
                  Three Traitors---the Lonely Certainties by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. The Traitors by Alan Moorehead
                12. Cover by "Hallman"
              6. [+]
                September 16, 1952 Issue = 11 Articles
                1. New Force in Europe by Theodore H. White, pp. 5-9
                2. The Golden Apples of Joseph Stalin by Howard Whidden, pp. 10-12
                3. Radio Free Europe---Behind the Beam of Truth by John Linehan, pp. 13-16
                4. Problem Children of Democracy by Henry S. Hayward, pp. 17-20
                5. We're Getting Smarter at Panmunjom by George Barrett and Ruth Barrett, pp. 21-23
                6. Red China's Boast by H.R. Reinhardt, pp. 24-26
                7. Bill Evjue, Last of a Rugged Breed by George W. Groh, pp. 27-29
                8. The Donkey, the Elephant, and the Gerrymander by Chalmers Roberts, pp. 30-33
                9. [+]
                  The Myth of Prussian Efficiency by Robert Knapp, pp. 34-36 - 1 Review
                  1. Panzer Leader by General Heinz Guderian
                10. [+]
                  Gary Cooper as a Tragic Hero by Robert L. Hatch, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
                  1. High Noon (1952 Film) by Fred Zinnemann
                11. Cover by John Ployardt
              7. [+]
                September 30, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. The Man for the Job---Part I by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                2. The Changing of the Guard by William H. Hessler, pp. 6-9
                3. Cabot Lodge's Toughest Fight by Ralph M. Blagden, pp. 10-12
                4. Are Liberals Obsolete? by Joseph C. Harsch, pp. 13-16
                5. Double Flags and Double Standards in Panama by Peter Schmid, pp. 17-20
                6. Sweden by George Soloveytchik, pp. 21-23
                7. The Growing Pains of European Unity by Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, pp. 24-28
                8. The Progress of a Porkchopper by Sid Lens, pp. 29-32
                9. Economic Forecast by Paul Samuelson, pp. 33-35
                10. [+]
                  Little Green Train to Dublin by Honor Tracy, pp. 36-38 - 1 Review
                  1. Back to Dublin by Honor Tracy
                11. [+]
                  China: History versus Hysterics by Nathaniel Peffer, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Revolution in China by Charles Patrick Fitzgerald
                12. Cover by Tack Shigaki
            4. [+]
              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1952 = 6 Issues, 85 Articles
              1. [+]
                October 14, 1952 Issue = 12 Articles
                1. The Man for the Job---II by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                2. The Republican Dilemma by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 6-8
                3. Europe's Unity in Peril by Theodore H. White, pp. 9-12
                4. Can We Ever Win the Mind of Asia? by Willard Savoy, pp. 13-16
                5. Resistance Behind the Iron Curton How? by Alexander Boray, pp. 17-19
                6. General MacArthur and His Vanishing War History by Jerome Forrest and Clarke H. Kawakami, pp. 20-24
                7. Some Dixiecrats Who Like Ike by George McMillan, pp. 25-28
                8. Birth of a Salesman by Richard Donovan, pp. 29-32
                9. U.S. Aid Prescription for India by Jean Lyon, pp. 33-36
                10. [+]
                  Two Biographies of Candidate Stevenson by Robert E. Sherwood, pp. 37-38 - 2 Reviews
                  1. Adlai Stevenson by John Bartlow Martin
                  2. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois by Noel F. Busch
                11. Europe Views Our Campaign by Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, pp. 39-42
                12. Cover by Marvin Block
              2. [+]
                October 28, 1952 Issue = 13 Articles
                1. The Rebel Yell by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-6
                2. What's Happened to Ike? by Joseph C. Harsch, pp. 7-9
                3. The Legislative Lives of Senator Dirksen by Robert E. Kennedy, pp. 10-13
                4. Our Brass-Bound Foreign Policy by Lindsay Rogers, pp. 14-16
                5. McCarthy Can Still Be Beaten by James G. March, pp. 17-19
                6. Soviet Production by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 20-22
                7. The Coming Battle for Morocco by Theodore Draper, pp. 23-27
                8. The Vote-Getters of Lake County, Indiana by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 28-30
                9. Helping Elect the Great White Father by Oliver La Farge, pp. 31-33
                10. Mainbrace by William H. Hessler, pp. 34-36
                11. What's Wrong With the French Moral Fiber? by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 37
                12. [+]
                  In Not Pogo, Who? by Eric Larrabee, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                  1. I Go Pogo by Walt Kelly
                13. Cover by Aurelius Battaglia
              3. [+]
                November 11, 1952 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. The Reporter's Notes, p. 1
                2. The G.O.P. Goes South, pp. 2-4
                3. The Campaign Starts November 4 by Max Ascoli, p. 5
                4. When Is Dulles Dulles? by Richard H. Rovere, pp. 6-9
                5. The Governor, the General, and the Rest of the World by Kenneth W. Thompson, pp. 10-12
                6. Economics for the Atlantic Allies by Klaus Knorr, pp. 13-16
                7. Korean Stalemate by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 17-19
                8. A-Frame and Carbine by Robert S. Elegant, pp. 20-24
                9. Who Owns the Oil Under the Sea? by Alan Barth, pp. 25-27
                10. Saving Los Angeles from the U.N. by Mark A. Hennessey, pp. 28-31
                11. The Great Crusade and the Hot Bath by Alfred Friendly, p. 32
                12. The Pentagon's Castle in Spain by Theodore Draper, pp. 33-36
                13. Origins of McCarthyism by Karl Meyer, p. 37
                14. II---A Soviet Footnote by H.B. David, pp. 38-39
                15. [+]
                  Bernard Berenson by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Rumor and Reflection by Bernard Berenson
                16. Cover by Dong Kingman
              4. [+]
                November 25, 1952 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                2. What's Wrong With the Press? by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-6
                3. That Plague of Spots from Madison Avenue by Gordon Cotler, pp. 7-8
                4. Pride and Prejudice by Robert Lasch, pp. 9-11
                5. Rabbit Punches on TV by Marya Mannes, p. 12
                6. New York Newspapers by M.R. Werner, pp. 13-16
                7. Hong Kong by Preston Schoyer, pp. 17-20
                8. Helping Tito Help the West by Ernest Halperin, pp. 21-24
                9. Three Red-Faced French Reds by Theodore Draper, pp. 25-27
                10. A Briton Considers Our Bewildering Party Apparatus by H.G. Nicholas, pp. 28-30
                11. The Senator and the Gadfly by Ralph M. Blagden, pp. 31-33
                12. Self-Consciousness, Culture, and the Carthaginians by Sylvia Wright, pp. 34-36
                13. Chaplin by Robert Hatch, pp. 37-38
                14. [+]
                  Evelyn Waugh's Unhappy Warrior by Frederic Morton, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Men at Arms by Evelyn Waugh
                15. Cover by Robert Shore
              5. [+]
                December 9, 1952 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. The Reporter's Notes, p. 1
                2. Masters of Manhattan, pp. 2-4
                3. Who-- What-- Why--, p. 5
                4. To Our Next Secretary of State by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-7
                5. Has NATO Turned the Corner? by Theodore H. White, pp. 8-13
                6. Our Opportunity on Formosa by Albert Ravenholt, pp. 14-19
                7. The Case of the Missing Diplomats by Cyril Connolly, pp. 20-22
                8. Sweden by William H. Hessler, pp. 23-26
                9. The BBC, Britain's Favorite Monopoly by William Clark, pp. 27-29
                10. How They Took the Bad News in Gary, Indiana by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 30-32
                11. The Revolt Against Mass-Produced Cars by Ralph Stein, pp. 33-34
                12. The Vestal Virgins of Birmingham, Ala. by Christopher Gerould, p. 35
                13. The Secret Club by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 36-38
                14. [+]
                  The Man Who Ran Our Wartime Navy by H.W. Blakeley, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Fleet Admiral King by Ernest J. King and Walter Muir Whitehill
                15. Cover by "Hallman"
              6. [+]
                December 23, 1952 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. The Reporter's Notes, p. 1
                2. Loyalty Oath, pp. 2-5
                3. The Reporter in 1953 by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-7
                4. I. Who's Listening---and to what? by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 8-9
                5. II. Some Law-Evading Enforcement Agencies by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 10-13
                6. III. How to Tap a Telephone by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 14-18
                7. IV. Little Politicians Have Big Ears by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 19-23
                8. The Latest Ambiguities of Stalin, the Aging Oracle by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 24-27
                9. The Case of the Missing Diplomats---II by Cyril Connolly, pp. 28-30
                10. What Two-Party System in the South? by Douglass Cater, pp. 31-33
                11. Enlightened Self-Interest and the United Nations by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 34-37
                12. Alec Guinness, "The Pale Young Man" by Lesley Blanch, pp. 38-39
                13. [+]
                  What Man Has Made by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                  1. Our World from the Air by Erwin A. Gutkind
                14. Cover by Ployardt
          2. [+]
            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