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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 Jan.-Mar. 1950 = 7 Issues, 106 Articles
          1. [+]
            January 3, 1950 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. A Plea for the Recognition of the U.S. by Max Ascoli, pp. 2-3
            2. Close-Up of Revolution by James Burke, pp. 4-7
            3. The 'Overturning' of Sesame Garden Village by Jack Belden, pp. 8-12
            4. Mao Tse-tung As I Know Him by Edgar Snow, pp. 13-16
            5. New Government, Old Economy by Otto B. van der Sprenkel, pp. 17-19
            6. The Red Dynasts vs. Chinese Tradition by Derk Bodde, pp. 20-22
            7. In Search of a China Policy by John K. Fairbank, pp. 23-25
            8. To Man's Measure..., pp. 26-27
            9. The Anzacs Take a Step to the Right by Geoffrey Sawer, pp. 28-29
            10. Sterling---Still a Kingpin by Bruno Foa, pp. 30-32
            11. Recollections of a Nine-Day Celebrity by Douglass Cater, pp. 33-34
            12. Republicanism: Dead or Alive? by August Heckscher, pp. 35-37
            13. Southeast Asia6C Our Move by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 38-42
          2. [+]
            January 17, 1950 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. The Game of Politics by Max Ascoli, pp. 2-3
            2. Our Founding Uncles by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 4-6
            3. Roybal Rouses the Ninth by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 7-9
            4. Dixiecrat Boss of the Bayous by Hodding Carter, pp. 10-11
            5. Ex-'Mayor of the Poor' by William V. Shannon, pp. 12-14
            6. To Man's Measure... by G.P., p. 15
            7. A Real or Phony Recovery? by Claire Neikind, pp. 16-18
            8. European Integration---a Dissenting View by George Soloveytchik, pp. 19-20
            9. Task-Force Against T.B. by Edward P. Morgan, pp. 21-23
            10. Red Defenses in Asia by Henry R. Lieberman, pp. 24-25
            11. 'Pilikia' in Paradise by Lyman Jones, pp. 26-28
            12. Power Anonymous by Roger Burlingame, pp. 29-30
            13. Dust Is An Ugly Word by Gordon Pates, pp. 31-33
            14. 'You Own Your Own Min' by Richard Lewis, pp. 34-36
            15. [+]
              Magic and Confusion in the Law by Eugene V. Rostow, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
              1. Courts on Trial by Jerome Frank
            16. Cover by Ployardt
          3. [+]
            January 31, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Their Tito and Ours by Max Ascoli, p. 4
            2. Six Satellites and an Octopus by Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, pp. 5-7
            3. The Barbed-Wire Curtain by Marguerite Higgins, pp. 8-10
            4. Janos and the Conquerors by Paul Vajda, pp. 11-13
            5. Deutschland---the Kremlin's Red Hope by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 14-16
            6. Macedonia by Osgood Caruthers, pp. 17-19
            7. [+]
              To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 20-21 - 1 Review
              1. The Bicycle Thief (1948 Film) by Vittorio De Sica
            8. Papers of Paradox by Llewellyn White, pp. 22-26
            9. Who (or What) Is a Socialist? by Richard Lewis, pp. 27-28
            10. What Gompers Bequeathed by Selig Perlman, pp. 29-30
            11. Tribulations of a State Legislator by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 31-32
            12. Two Races, One Fear by J.H. Huizinga, pp. 33-35
            13. A Capital Without a Country by Edouard Roditi, pp. 36-38
            14. [+]
              Deluge of Pictures by Siegfried Kracauer, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
              1. From Cave Painting to Comic Strip by Lancelot T. Hogben
            15. Cover by S. Greco
          4. [+]
            February 14, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. 'No Pause for Reflection' by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. The Paper Goes to Bed by Richard Lewis, pp. 6-9
            3. The Times---One Man's Poison by Dwight MacDonald, pp. 10-13
            4. War of Wits in Washington by Harold B. Hinton, p. 14
            5. Life...Scoreboard in the Sky by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 15-18
            6. The Sun Goes Down by Llewellyn White, pp. 19-21
            7. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 22-23
            8. Canada's Black Gold by Sydney Morrell, pp. 24-27
            9. British Labour---Accent on the Right by Graham Hutton, pp. 28-30
            10. Can the Conservatives Change Their Spots? by Marjorie Bremner, pp. 31-32
            11. Switchboard of East-West Trade by Elspeth Rostow, pp. 33-35
            12. Red Star Over Islam by Don Peretz, pp. 36-38
            13. [+]
              Plenty of Muck, No Rakers by William V. Shannon, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
              1. The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens by Lincoln Steffens
            14. Cover by Arthur Getz
          5. [+]
            February 28, 1950 Issue = 17 Articles
            1. Fascism in Our Neighborhood by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Peronism: Fact and Fantasy by Thomas Greene, pp. 6-7
            3. 2. Crossfire---Labor and Army by Arthur Carter, p. 8
            4. 3. Peron's Labor Missionaries by Robert J. Alexander, pp. 9-10
            5. Murder in Peru by Hart Preston, pp. 11-12
            6. Target: Bolivia by Albert C. Hicks, pp. 13-14
            7. Our Best Cash Customer by Jack Corbett, pp. 15-16
            8. Triumph of a Shy Dictator by German Arciniegas, pp. 17-19
            9. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 20-21
            10. How Beulah-Land Came to Boston by Arthur W. Hepner, pp. 22-25
            11. Queen of the Democrats by Beverley Bowie, pp. 26-28
            12. Morrison of New Orleans by James Sharp, pp. 29-31
            13. Freebooters of Indonesia by A. Den Doolaard, pp. 32-34
            14. Viet Nam---Roadblock to Communism by Samuel G. Welles, pp. 35-37
            15. [+]
              A Puritan Message for Moderns by August Heckscher, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
              1. Jonathan Edwards by Perry Miller
            16. [+]
              Gable's Secrets---Pocket-Size by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
              1. Gable's Secret Marriage by Louella Parsons
            17. Cover by S. Greco
          6. [+]
            March 14, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. An Editorial by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Our Economic Gyroscope by Herbert Stein, pp. 6-7
            3. Keeping Farmers Solvent by Hans Landsberg, pp. 8-10
            4. The Sharecropper and the Shade-Maker by Richard Lewis, pp. 11-12
            5. Budget-Chopping Liberal by Robert Lasch, pp. 13-15
            6. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 16-17
            7. Louis Johnson vs. Congress by William H. Hessler, pp. 18-21
            8. The Censor's Double Standard by Charles W. Morton, pp. 22-23
            9. No Hiding Place by Sid Lens, pp. 24-25
            10. The Socialists Bog Down by Peter Drake, pp. 26-28
            11. Old City and New by Constantine Poulos, pp. 29-31
            12. A Ride on the Orient Express by Melanie Pflaum, pp. 32-33
            13. The Times----Another Man's Meat by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 34-36
            14. [+]
              Nonsense, Dr. Velikovsky! by Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
              1. Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky
            15. Cover by Arno
          7. [+]
            March 28, 1950 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. The Region by Max Ascoli, p. 4
            2. The Real Reconstruction Begins by Ralph McGill, pp. 5-7
            3. A Two-Party System in Dixie? by Hodding Carter, pp. 8-9
            4. Learning Under Pressure by Douglass Cater, pp. 10-12
            5. Three Southern Portraits by George McMillan, pp. 13-15
            6. Union Organizer by Calvin Kytle, pp. 16-17
            7. Negro Vote-Getter by Harold C. Fleming, pp. 18-20
            8. A Talk with Westbrook Pegler by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 21-23
            9. An Offensive Against Atomic Insecurity by Joseph M. Jones, pp. 24-26
            10. Joe Currean: Seaman in Deep Water by Claire Neikind, pp. 27-30
            11. Blessing in Disguise by Graham Hutton, pp. 31-33
            12. Fair in Port-au-Prince by Selden Rodman, pp. 34-35
            13. [+]
              Terrifying Success Story by George N. Shuster, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
              1. Stalin: A Political Biography by Isaac Deutscher
            14. Death of a Document by William Knapp, pp. 38-39
            15. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            16. Cover by S. Greco
        2. [+]
          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1950 = 6 Issues, 83 Articles
          1. [+]
            April 11, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Labor's Counterrevolution by Max Ascoli, p. 4
            2. Unions in 1950 by Frank Tannenbaum, pp. 5-10
            3. Van Arsdale's Tight Little Island by Charles Yale Harrison, pp. 11-13
            4. The Contractor's Case Against Local 3 by Claire Neikind, p. 14
            5. A New German-Soviet Pact? by Theodore Draper, pp. 15-18
            6. Troops and Bureaucrats on Formosa by Robert P. Martin, pp. 19-20
            7. Japan's Red Bosses by Samuel G. Welles, pp. 21-23
            8. A New Disaster in Asia? by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 24-26
            9. The 'Air Victory' Chimera by William R. Kintner, pp. 27-28
            10. The Liquid Capitalists by D.W. Maurer and Quinn Pearl, pp. 29-32
            11. 'Little Annie' and the Fast Buck by Thomas Whiteside, pp. 33-37
            12. Reflections on the Little Magazine by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 38-39
            13. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            14. Cover by Arthur Getz
          2. [+]
            April 25, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. What Can Ex-Communists Do? by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 4-8
            2. Our Political D.P.'s by Max Ascoli, pp. 9-11
            3. Gomulka by Samuel L. Sharp, pp. 12-14
            4. The Urge to Confess by Alexander Bregman, pp. 15-16
            5. Texas joins the Union by Llewellyn White, pp. 17-21
            6. McMath Enlarges His Beachhead by Harry S. Ashmore, pp. 22-24
            7. Violence Is Old-Fashioned by Hector Troy, pp. 25-26
            8. Low-Pitched Strike At Chrysler by Mary Heaton Vorse, p. 27
            9. My Friend McCarthy by John Hoving, pp. 28-30
            10. The Lost Tribes by Dave Marlowe, pp. 31-34
            11. Russia Invented It First by Albert Parry, pp. 35-37
            12. Colossal Shades of Rose by Christopher Gerould, p. 38
            13. [+]
              More Error Than Truth by J.K. Galbraith, p. 39 - 1 Review
              1. The American Mind by Henry Steele Commager
            14. To Man's Measure by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            15. Cover by Simon Greco
          3. [+]
            May 9, 1950 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. The World Civil War by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-7
            2. Our Strategic Umbrella by William H. Hessler, pp. 8-11
            3. A Speech to the Politburo, pp. 12-14
            4. Integration---No Cure-All by Vincent Checchi, pp. 15-17
            5. Out of the Pressure Chamber by Harold N. Graves, Jr., pp. 18-20
            6. Christophe and Estime by Edmund Wilson, pp. 21-25
            7. More Bricks for Tito by G.A. Knepfle, pp. 26-28
            8. Little Man, Big Plan by Douglas Brass, pp. 29-30
            9. The (Too) Big Show by Christopher Gerould, pp. 31-32
            10. U.S. Films--Risky Exports by C.A. Lejeune, pp. 33-35
            11. [+]
              Paste-Pot Reportage by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
              1. Seeds of Treason by Ralph de Toledano and Victor Lasky
            12. To Man's Measure by Francois Mauriac and Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 38-42
            13. Cover by Simon Greco
          4. [+]
            May 23, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Our Peace Offensive by Max Ascoli, p. 4
            2. 'Atlantic High Council' by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 5-8
            3. Four Views of German Rearmament by R.H.S. Crossman, pp. 9-12
            4. Yes, No, and Maybe by Raymond Aron, pp. 13-14
            5. A Useful Bogeyman by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 15-16
            6. 'Nie Wieder'---'Never Again' by Ernest Leiser, pp. 17-19
            7. Pensions---Labor's Case by Victor G. Reuther, pp. 20-22
            8. A Stake in Production by Frank Tannenbaum, p. 23
            9. The Molecule and the Mass by Llewellyn White, pp. 24-26
            10. Friendship Is a Two-Way Street by James M. Minifie, pp. 27-28
            11. UNESCO at Marbial by Edmund Wilson, pp. 29-33
            12. Il Duce and Il Truman by William Laas, pp. 34-35
            13. Thomas Mann and the Commissars by William Harlan Hale, pp. 36-39
            14. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            15. Cover by Arthur Getz
          5. [+]
            June 6, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The G.O.P.'s Choice by Max Ascoli, p. 4
            2. Ordeal by Headline by William H. Hessler, pp. 5-8
            3. U.S. Communists---1950 by Claire Neikind, pp. 9-10
            4. Thunder on the Right by Stuart Long, pp. 11-12
            5. Reading Lattimore, pp. 13-14
            6. How It Looks from Europe by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 15-16
            7. The Captive Press by Douglass Cater, pp. 17-20
            8. West Point---Assurance and Insurance by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 21-23
            9. The Commonwealth Cult by J.H. Huizinga, pp. 24-28
            10. Landscape and Morale by Edmund Wilson, pp. 29-33
            11. The Negro in Paris by James Baldwin, pp. 34-36
            12. The Brown-Tape Menace by Christopher Gerould, p. 37
            13. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 38
            14. [+]
              Mail-Order Saga by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
              1. Catalogues and Counters by Boris Emmet and John E. Jeuck
            15. Cover Photographs by Hamilton Wright
          6. [+]
            June 20, 1950 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. If We Must Have Spain by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Franco by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 6-12
            3. Portugal Under Papa by Lael Tucker, pp. 13-18
            4. The Franco Lobby by William V. Shannon, pp. 19-23
            5. 'Mill on the Boneyard'17C University of Illinois by Richard Lewis, pp. 24-26
            6. Escape to Panama by Claire Neikind, pp. 27-29
            7. Time for High Speed by Robert P. Martin, pp. 30-32
            8. [+]
              Civilization and Steinberg by Isa Kapp, pp. 33-35 - 1 Review
              1. The Art of Living by Saul Steinberg
            9. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 36-37
            10. [+]
              Confession of a Colonialist by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
              1. The Stakes of Democracy in Southeast Asia by Hubertus J. van Mook
            11. Cover by Aurelius Battaglia
        3. [+]
          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1950 = 7 Issues, 91 Articles
          1. [+]
            July 4, 1950 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Back From Rome by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-6
            2. Isolationist Wave in Europe by J.-J. Servan Schreiber, pp. 7-9
            3. Chip on Her Shoulder? by Mildred Adams, pp. 10-14
            4. Five Who Came Back by George McMillan, pp. 15-17
            5. Tobin of Labor by William V. Shannon, pp. 18-21
            6. Smudge Over Sunkist by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 22-24
            7. The Men Who Run Spain by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 25-30
            8. Balancing Act in Malaya by Samuel G. Welles, pp. 31-33
            9. Harlots of Fleet Street by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 34-37
            10. [+]
              The Guntherization of F.D.R. by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
              1. Roosevelt in Retrospect by John Gunther
            11. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            12. Cover by Bud Simpson
          2. [+]
            July 18, 1950 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Where We Left Off by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. India---Pivot of Asia by O.F. Mills, pp. 6-7
            3. Burden on Two Men by Phillips Talbot, pp. 8-13
            4. Pakistan---Birth of a Nation by Percival Spear, pp. 14-16
            5. The Crowd and the Heart by Christine Weston, pp. 17-19
            6. Marshall17C Public Servant by H.A. DeWeerd, pp. 20-24
            7. Young Man in the Capital by Douglass Cater, pp. 25-26
            8. An Easy Way With Reds by Sid Lens, pp. 27-29
            9. Miracle on the Bosphorus by Hal Lehrman, pp. 30-32
            10. Korea: Moscow's Way Out by William Costello, pp. 33-35
            11. Up the Ladder From Charm to Vogue by Mary McCarthy, pp. 36-41
            12. Cover by C. Ishii
          3. [+]
            August 1, 1950 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. The Propaganda Front by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Watch on the Right by J.J. Servan Schreiber, pp. 6-8
            3. Stalin, Mao, and Korea by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 9-13
            4. Air-Sea Trouble Shooters by William H. Hessler, pp. 14-16
            5. Britain---End of Labour's Revolution by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 17-20
            6. The Face of the Bundestag by Allan Dreyfuss, pp. 21-23
            7. Brakes on the Congo by Charles Edwards, pp. 24-25
            8. The Twilight of Ed Crump by Richard Wallace, pp. 26-27
            9. Syndicated Savior by Llewellyn White, pp. 28-31
            10. Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue by Mary McCarthy, pp. 32-35
            11. A Frenchwoman in New York by Sygne, pp. 36-38
            12. To Man's Measure... by Francois Mauriac and Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 39-41
            13. Cover by Herbert Danska
          4. [+]
            August 15, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. When Not to Use the Atom Bomb by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 4-5
            2. Security by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 6-8
            3. Making Our Asian Policy Work by D.L. Flamand, pp. 9-11
            4. The Schuman Plan by Charles Ronsac, pp. 12-14
            5. Why Britain Says 'No' to Schuman by J.H. Huizinga, pp. 15-17
            6. An Afternoon in a Roman Slum by Carlo Levi, pp. 18-21
            7. Feria in Seville by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 22-24
            8. On Overestimating the Enemy by H.A. DeWeerd, pp. 25-27
            9. Strategic Bombing: What It Can Do by Bernard Brodie, pp. 28-31
            10. The Foes of FEPC---Not All Bigos by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 32-33
            11. The Private War of Henry Luce by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 34-37
            12. Stalin Cracks Down by G.P., p. 38
            13. [+]
              Corporations and Confusion by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 39-41 - 1 Review
              1. The New Society by Peter F. Drucker
            14. Cover by Christopher Ishii
          5. [+]
            August 29, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Rules of Thumb for Foreign Aid---an Editorial by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. The New U.S. Infantry by Colonel S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 6-8
            3. The Beginning of Truman's 100 Days by Helen Hill Miller, pp. 9-11
            4. U.S. Manpower---a Major Shortage by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 12-13
            5. How They Put Over the Franco Loan by William V. Shannon and Douglass Cater, pp. 14-16
            6. Franco's Spanish Enemies and His U.S. Friends by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 17-19
            7. How Strong Is the Red Air Force? by Albert Douglas, pp. 20-22
            8. I Was a Prisoner of the MVD by Waldemar Hoeffding, pp. 23-25
            9. Does Stalin Really Want Red China in the U.N.? by Peter J. Allen, p. 26
            10. The Plight of Tito by Gaston Coblentz, pp. 27-29
            11. Needed: a Single Army of 40 Divisions by Colonel X, pp. 30-31
            12. Harnessing the Missouri by Robert Lasch, pp. 32-34
            13. What India is Thinking by Margaret Parton, pp. 35-36
            14. Milwaukee by Llewellyn White, pp. 37-42
            15. Cover by C. Ishii
          6. [+]
            September 12, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The Gun Gap by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Formosa---the Test by Albert Ravenholt, pp. 6-8
            3. Mobilization: Truman's Ideas by Douglass Cater, pp. 9-12
            4. Aggression Arouses the West by Harold N. Graves, Jr., p. 13
            5. Peace Breaks Out in the Pentagon by Vance Johnson, pp. 14-16
            6. How Effective Is Our Intelligence? by Sherman Kent, pp. 17-19
            7. The Puerto Ricans17C Slum to Slum by M.R. Werner, pp. 20-22
            8. Australia's Menzies---Friend in Need by C. Hartley Grattan, pp. 23-25
            9. The Defense of Our Cities by R.E. Lapp, pp. 26-29
            10. Matrons with a Mission by Sylvia Wright, pp. 30-32
            11. Stalin Talks at Last by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 33-35
            12. The Milwaukee Journal by Llewellyn White, pp. 36-39
            13. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-41
            14. Cover by Christopher Ishii
          7. [+]
            September 26, 1950 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. How Russia Built the North Korean Army by Kyril Kalinov, pp. 4-8
            2. How We Built the South Korean Republic by Brainard Prescott, pp. 9-12
            3. Shattered Showcase of the ECA by Richard Donovan, pp. 13-15
            4. What Lies Behind Nehru's Neutrality? by P. Viswanath, pp. 16-19
            5. Puerto Ricans in New York by M.R. Werner, pp. 20-23
            6. The Hiss Case and the American Intellectual by Marquis Childs, pp. 24-27
            7. Cincinnati's Phantom Reds by James A. Maxwell, pp. 28-30
            8. Sore Spots in the U.N. by Peter Allen and Walter O'Hearn, pp. 31-34
            9. Dianetics16C "Astounding Science" by Christopher Gerould, pp. 35-37
            10. Policy Before Propaganda by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 38-42
            11. Cover by Gordon Hale
        4. [+]
          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1950 = 6 Issues, 85 Articles
          1. [+]
            October 10, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The Dismal Summer by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Iran16C Trouble Spot on Russia's Border by W.G. Dildine, pp. 6-9
            3. Has Stalin "Stopped" at the Middle East? by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 10-12
            4. More Than Ever---Land vs. Sea Power by Herbert Rosinski, pp. 13-16
            5. How Russia Built the North Korean Army by Kyril Kalinov, pp. 17-20
            6. The War on Co-ops by Seaton Fairfield, pp. 21-24
            7. Whatever Became of the Dollar Gap? by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 25-26
            8. A Senate Afternoon: The Red Hunt by Douglass Cater, pp. 27-30
            9. Communist Tactics---Phony and Real by Henri Marche, pp. 31-32
            10. European Report by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 33-36
            11. Why You Should Borrow All You Can: The penalty for paying cash by Hart Stilwell, pp. 37-38
            12. Working Press: The Man from Tass by Robert K. Bingham, p. 39
            13. [+]
              Afterthoughts on 'Sunset Boulevard' by Leo Rosten, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
              1. Sunset Boulevard (1950 Film) by Billy Wilder
            14. Cover by Arno
          2. [+]
            October 24, 1950 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Would Europe Fight? by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Italy Faces the Battle of the Autumn by Claire Neikind, pp. 6-9
            3. Britain by Richard Fry, pp. 10-11
            4. European Report by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 12-13
            5. Germany by Ernest Leiser, pp. 14-16
            6. What Makes G.I.'s Fight? by Beverley Bowie, pp. 17-20
            7. Frozen Foods: From the Eskimo to Bing Crosby by Herbert Harris, pp. 21-25
            8. Light Heavyweight Bout in Illinois by Llewellyn White, pp. 26-28
            9. India's Own Peace Problems by Beatrice Pitney Lamb, pp. 29-31
            10. The Minutemen of Guatemala by Theodore Draper, pp. 32-35
            11. The Opinions of Oliver Warbucks by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 36-39
            12. [+]
              'No Way Out' by Leo Rosten, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
              1. No Way Out (1950 Film) by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
            13. Cover by Zappert
          3. [+]
            November 7, 1950 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Voters' Choice26C Now and 1952 by Max Ascoli, pp. 5-6
            2. Warren, Roosevelt, and Cross-Filing by Mary Ellen Leary, pp. 7-9
            3. Preacher's Campaign in Oklahoma by Carl von der Lancken, p. 10
            4. Ohio: A Big Name or a Big Policy? by Francis P. Locke, pp. 11-12
            5. Lost: Ten Million Voters by Louis H. Bean, p. 13
            6. Joe Martin by William V. Shannon, pp. 14-16
            7. The City O'Dwyer Left Behind by Norman Thomas, pp. 17-19
            8. Kashmir17C Vale of Discord by Margaret Parton, pp. 20-22
            9. How Red Is Guatemala? by Theodore Draper, pp. 23-26
            10. The French Press---Free but Feeble by Theodore H. White, pp. 27-31
            11. Why Are the Western Germans Reluctant to Rearm? by Alain Clement, pp. 32-34
            12. [+]
              Truman: Merry-Go-Round and Man by Llewellyn White, pp. 35-37 - 2 Reviews
              1. The Truman Merry-Go-Round by Robert S. Allen and William V. Shannon
              2. The Man of Independence by Jonathan Daniels
            13. Motes and Beams at Lucknow by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 38-39
            14. [+]
              Bitter Sex by Leo Rosten, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
              1. Bitter Rice (1949 Film) by Giuseppe De Santis
            15. Cover by B. Simpson
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            November 21, 1950 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. How Not to Be an Empire by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. The Long Road from San Francisco by Publius, pp. 6-8
            3. Beyond Nationalism by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 9-11
            4. Big Men from Small Countries by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 12-13
            5. What Russia Is After by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 14-16
            6. World Government by William H. Hessler, pp. 17-20
            7. The Frustration of Harry Byrd by Richard Cope, pp. 21-24
            8. The U.S. Treasury: Time for Salesmanship by Arthur W. Viner, pp. 25-26
            9. The South Korean: First-Class Fighting Man by Vance Johnson, p. 27
            10. Indo-China: "A Tiger by the Tail" by Theodore White, pp. 28-31
            11. The Cocktail Party That Shook Italy by Claire Neikind, pp. 32-34
            12. Kiplinger16C Voice of Doom by Dimitri Dejanikus, pp. 35-37
            13. [+]
              The Brass Tells All by William Harlan Hale, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
              1. Calculated Risk by Mark W. Clark
            14. Cover by Ishii
          5. [+]
            December 12, 1950 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. The Voice of America at Home by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
            2. Yalu River or Rubicon? by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 6-8
            3. The Philippines by D.L. Flamand, pp. 9-11
            4. Bright Autumn, Gray Mobilization by Douglass Cater, pp. 12-13
            5. Inflation As Usual? by Hans H. Landsberg, p. 14
            6. Trimming the Army's Fat by Marshall Andrews, pp. 15-16
            7. The Best-Kept Atomic Secret by Claire Holcomb, pp. 17-20
            8. The Death of Young Huang: Asia's most relentless enemies by Preston Schoyer, pp. 21-24
            9. Neither Death nor Taxes by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 25-27
            10. Biarritz: 'The Only Place' by Lael Tucker, pp. 28-30
            11. Baltimore Report: a House Divided by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 31-32
            12. Memo to U.S. Officials Bound for Madrid by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 33-35
            13. Taft and the Ohio Press by Peter B. Petrovich, pp. 36-37
            14. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 38-39
            15. [+]
              Mostly About Mankiewicz by Leo Rosten, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
              1. All About Eve (1950 Film) by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
            16. Cover by Arno
          6. [+]
            December 26, 1950 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. The Bitter Lesson of Retreat by Max Ascoli, pp. 3-5
            2. High Policy and Low Politics by Llewellyn White, pp. 6-8
            3. Can Our Party System Be Reformed? by Douglass Cater, p. 9
            4. The C.I.O.---Unanimity Without Unity by Claire Neikind, pp. 10-11
            5. The Case for and against Europe by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 12-16
            6. The A.B.C. of Psychological Warfare by William Harlan Hale, pp. 17-20
            7. Mexico: No Rest Cure for O'Dwyer by Theodore Draper, pp. 21-24
            8. The Spanish-Speaking: North from the Rio Grande by John McCully, pp. 25-28
            9. California---The Oath Epidemic by Gordon Pates, pp. 29-31
            10. Atomic Power Comes out of the Doldrums by R.E. Lapp, pp. 32-34
            11. The Novel in Mid-Century by Irving Howe, pp. 35-39
            12. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
            13. Cover by "Hallman"
      2. [+]
        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