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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 Jan.-Mar. 1951 = 6 Issues, 88 Articles
            1. [+]
              January 9, 1951 Issue = 15 Articles
              1. The Case of Mr. Acheson by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Britain's New Unity and Our New Confusion by Graham Hutton, pp. 6-8
              3. Voices of Germany by Alain Clement, pp. 9-11
              4. What Europe Might Do If Our Alliance Cracks by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 12-13
              5. "Appeasement," "Provocation," and Policy by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 14-16
              6. Foreign Aid, 195117C Guns, and Butter Too by Helen Hill Miller, pp. 17-19
              7. Our Most Surprising Export: The Secrets of Our Skill by Beverley Bowie, pp. 20-22
              8. Asia's Dwindling Rice Supplies by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 23-24
              9. How Johnny Wu Became a Communist by Jean Lyon, pp. 25-27
              10. The Drift That Carried Impellitteri In by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 28-30
              11. Lausche of Ohio: What League, What Team? by James A. Maxwell, pp. 31-33
              12. Pushing a Tray to the Promised Land by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 34-36
              13. [+]
                A Matter of Life and Death by Al Newman, pp. 37-38 - 1 Review
                1. Life Goes to War by The Editors of Life
              14. Simone Weil and the Anatomy of Pity by Madeleine Chapsal, pp. 39-42
              15. Cover by John McDermott
            2. [+]
              January 23, 1951 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. The Great Hoover Debate by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. U.S. Communism by Claire Neikind, pp. 5-8
              3. The Art of Spy-Catching by Nathaniel Weyl, pp. 9-10
              4. The McCarran Act and the Voters by Philip M. Stern, pp. 11-12
              5. The Red Tide Reaches Vermont's White River Valley by Melvin S. Wax, pp. 13-14
              6. China's True Foes17C Myths and Meddlers by Theodore H. White, pp. 15-20
              7. Japan: Greater East Asia No-Prosperity Sphere by Hessell Tiltman, pp. 21-24
              8. MacArthur in World War II: Speed, Surprise, Optimism by H.A. DeWeerd, pp. 25-27
              9. Mr. Wilson Goes to Washington by Llewellyn White, pp. 28-29
              10. On Wilson's Agenda by Hans Landsberg, p. 30
              11. Muddy Politics in Europe by J.-J. Servan Schreiber and Alain Clement, pp. 31-32
              12. Britain: Land, War, and the Labour Government by Donald Hall, pp. 33-34
              13. Cupid and Capital by Naomi Barko, pp. 35-37
              14. Hill-Country Editor by Archie Robertson, pp. 38-39
              15. TV, TV, Burning Bright by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42
              16. Cover by John McDermott
            3. [+]
              February 6, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. Formosa, The Test by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. The Way Out by George H. Kerr, pp. 5-8
              3. To Avoid Encirclement, Keep the Balance of Power by William W. Kaufmann, pp. 9-11
              4. The Job Eisenhower Faces by Theodore H. White, pp. 12-16
              5. Stalin's German Puppet by Robert Dall, pp. 17-19
              6. The Education of a Bandit by Eleanor Clark, pp. 20-24
              7. The New Congress: Where Are the Leaders? by Douglass Cater, pp. 25-26
              8. Bottleneck in Steel by John Harriman, pp. 27-29
              9. The Financial Wizard of Omaha by William S. Fairfield, pp. 30-32
              10. Santa Anita: Extractions Performed Painlessly by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 33-35
              11. [+]
                Entertainment vs. the People: Television by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 36-38 - 1 Review
                1. The Lonely Crowd by David Riesman, Reuel Denney, and Nathan Glazer
              12. The Battle of the Bookworms by Robert K. Bingham, p. 39
              13. [+]
                Jesus and a "Teller of Good Yarns" by Franz Schoenberner, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                1. The Greatest Story Ever Told by Fulton Oursler
              14. Cover by Arno
            4. [+]
              February 20, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Propaganda War for India---and Asia by Margaret Parton, pp. 3-5
              2. India by Wallace Stegner, pp. 6-9
              3. Indonesia by Lawrence S. Finkelstein, pp. 10-12
              4. The Achilles' Heel of Red China by Preston Schoyer, pp. 13-16
              5. The Education of a Bandit---II by Eleanor Clark, pp. 17-22
              6. Italy's New Gang of Nazis by Leo J. Wollemborg, pp. 23-25
              7. Rampaging Scots and the Stones of Scone by Norman MacKenzie, pp. 26-28
              8. Winter of Discontent: Notes on Lake Success by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 29-30
              9. The Hot Rodders of El Mirage by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 31-33
              10. [+]
                Are We Imperialists? by Norman Thomas, pp. 34-35 - 1 Review
                1. The Soviet Image of the United States by Frederick C. Barghoorn
              11. A.A.A.---Lewenthal's Big Art Foundry by Thomas Whiteside, pp. 36-38
              12. To Man's Measure... by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 39-42
              13. Cover by Dong Kingman
            5. [+]
              March 6, 1951 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. The Parrots of F.D.R. by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. Limited War with China? by James Colwell, pp. 5-8
              3. II. by Graham Peck, pp. 9-11
              4. Needed by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, p. 12
              5. The Army's Manpower Problem by John B. Spore, pp. 13-15
              6. What Korea Is Teaching the Air Force by Albert Douglas, p. 16
              7. The H-Bomb's First Victims by George McMillan, pp. 17-20
              8. India's Submerged Majority: the Unknown Villagers by Jean Lyon, pp. 21-24
              9. Vargas of Brazil: He Wouldn't Stay Dead by Mireille Gaulin Gerould, pp. 25-27
              10. U.S. Diplomacy's Top Team in Paris by Theodore H. White, pp. 28-31
              11. Civil Defense on Third Avenue by Ruthven Todd, pp. 32-34
              12. [+]
                Building the Rommel Legend by Al Newman, pp. 35-37 - 2 Reviews
                1. Rommel, The Desert Fox by Desmond Young
                2. Invasion, 1944 by Hans Speidel
              13. "Nuts!" to I. & E. by David Kenyon Webster, p. 38
              14. [+]
                How to Jerk Tears and Influence Listeners by Robert K. Bingham, p. 39 - 1 Review
                1. Do's and Don't of Radio Writing by Dorothy B. McCann
              15. To Man's Measure by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42
              16. Cover by George McMillan
            6. [+]
              March 20, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. Human Fuel by James Colwell and Bill Mauldin, pp. 4-5
              2. Who Pays for Mobilization? by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 6-7
              3. How Speculators Increase Our Food Bill by William S. Fairfield, pp. 8-11
              4. The Presidential Press Conference by Douglass Cater, pp. 12-13
              5. Congressional Investigations by Merlo J. Pusey, pp. 14-16
              6. Japan: the Strictly Democratic "Banzai!" by Hessell Tiltman, pp. 17-20
              7. India's Congress Party Minus Its Balance Wheel by Margaret Parton, pp. 21-23
              8. Is Russia Ready to "Appease"? by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 24-25
              9. The Russian Army's Polish Cat's-paws by Alexander Bregman, pp. 26-28
              10. The Race for Guided Missiles by Albert Douglas, pp. 29-30
              11. Gayelord Hauser, the Blackstrap King by Spencer Klaw, pp. 31-34
              12. Fortune: the Permanent Revelation by Theodore Draper, pp. 35-36
              13. Living-Room Longhairs vs. the Tin Ear by John M. Conly, pp. 37-42
              14. Cover by John McDermott
          2. [+]
            Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1951 = 7 Issues, 99 Articles
            1. [+]
              April 3, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. Letter to a European Friend by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. The U.S. Military Tradition by John B. Spore, pp. 6-8
              3. An Army Task Force Probes the Future by Lloyd H. Norman, pp. 9-10
              4. The Mediterranean by William H. Hessler, pp. 11-13
              5. The Crazy Quilt of Our Middle East Policy by Don Peretz, pp. 14-16
              6. Finland---Another Czechoslovakia? by Ernest Leiser, pp. 17-19
              7. The Stranger Who Swindled the Swiss by Theodore Draper, pp. 20-23
              8. The Legend of the Golden Ruble by John Scott, pp. 24-25
              9. The British: Selfish Traders or Skillful Diplomats?: Secret of the Pax Britannica by Richard Fry, pp. 26-28
              10. India Waits for Famine by Jean Lyon, pp. 29-31
              11. Labor Declares Wilson the Aggressor by Claire Neikind, pp. 32-34
              12. [+]
                Koestler: Puppets in the Night by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                1. The Age of Longing by Arthur Koestler
              13. 'Angry Little Bonfires'---A Journalist Comes Home by Edward P. Morgan, pp. 38-42
              14. Cover by Combine Photos
            2. [+]
              April 17, 1951 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. Congress on the Spot by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Douglas of Illinois, Liberal with a Difference by W. McNeil Lowry, pp. 6-9
              3. Kenneth Wherry, Negativist from Nebraska by Richard Cope, pp. 10-13
              4. Another Black Market in Meat? by William S. Fairfield, pp. 14-16
              5. Introduction by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, p. 17
              6. Britain by J.R. Pecheral, pp. 17-18
              7. West Germany by Alain Clement, pp. 19-20
              8. France by Henri Marche, pp. 21-22
              9. Italy by Ignazio Silone, pp. 23-24
              10. German Storm Troops---East Zone Model by Ernest Leiser, pp. 25-27
              11. Barcelona---the Cradle of Revolt Still Rocks by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 28-29
              12. The Watch on the Pyrenees by Bill Mauldin, p. 30
              13. One A-Bomb for Civil Defense by R.E. Lapp, pp. 31-34
              14. [+]
                "Scott in Thorns" by James Thurber, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                1. The Far Side of Paradise by Arthur Mizener
              15. Mood of the Midwest by Robert Lasch, pp. 38-42
              16. Cover photographs by Harris & Ewing
            3. [+]
              May 1, 1951 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. The Present Danger (I) by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Three Days That Shook the Senate by Douglass Cater, pp. 6-7
              3. As It Looked from Europe by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 8-9
              4. Preparedness Beneath the Seas by John Loosbrock, pp. 10-11
              5. What Makes Paratroopers Jump by John B. Spore, pp. 12-15
              6. The Dim View of America by D.W. Brogan, pp. 16-18
              7. The Gloomy Spring of Mr. Attlee by Graham Hutton, pp. 19-20
              8. Lord Festival and the Unicorn by Norman MacKenzie, pp. 21-23
              9. Switzerland, Neutral but Nervous by Sam Boal, pp. 24-26
              10. Jean Monnet: His Balance Sheets May Reshape a Continent by Mary Coggeshall Kuhn, pp. 27-29
              11. They Had to See Paris by Peter J. Allen, p. 30
              12. The Case of the Trenton Six---I by Claire Neikind, pp. 31-34
              13. The Farmer, the Emergency, and the Brannan Plan by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 35-36
              14. Do We Eat Too Much Sugar? by James Rorty, pp. 37-38
              15. [+]
                The Next Great Debate: Economic Expansion for the West? by David F. Cavers, pp. 39-42 - 3 Reviews
                1. Policy for the West by Barbara Ward
                2. The Nineteen Fifties Come First by Edwin G. Nourse
                3. The Dollar Shortage by Charles P. Kindleberger
              16. Cover by Arno
            4. [+]
              May 15, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Substitute for Victory by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Pay-Off in Korea by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 6-10
              3. The Doctrine of Cease-Fire by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 11-13
              4. Syngman Rhee and the Korean Assembly by George Barrett, pp. 14-16
              5. Africa Today: The Lifting Darkness by George H.T. Kimble, pp. 17-20
              6. Africa Yesterday: One Ruler's Burden by Joyce Cary, pp. 21-24
              7. Our German Garrison: Bridge Games and War Games by Ernest Leiser, pp. 25-27
              8. Can Our Colleges Survive U.M.T.? by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 28-31
              9. Atom-Bomb Shelter in the Spring by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 32-33
              10. "We Thank the Great Stalin" by Theodore Draper, pp. 34-35
              11. Cassandras and Casualties by H.W. Blakeley, p. 36
              12. The Comic-Book Industry---"We Can Do Anything! Anything!" by Beverley Bowie, pp. 37-42
              13. Cover by Danska
            5. [+]
              May 29, 1951 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. The Feverish Stalemates, p. 4
              2. MacArthur as Prophet by A. Ronald Schiller, pp. 5-9
              3. "Old Heroes Fade Away" by Allen Raymond, pp. 10-13
              4. An Alliance Out of Step by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 14-16
              5. Babes in the Intelligence Wood by Preston Schoyer, pp. 17-19
              6. Mr. Sato Had a Farm by Ward Moore, pp. 20-22
              7. Los Alamos Revisited by Laura Fermi, pp. 23-26
              8. Arizona's "Amateur" Governor: The Saga of Howard Pyle by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 27-29
              9. The Schuman Plan: A First Step by George W. Ball, pp. 30-32
              10. The Case of the Trenton Six---II by Claire Neikind, pp. 33-38
              11. [+]
                The Lonely Prince by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                1. A King's Story by Edward Windsor
              12. Cover by John McDermott
            6. [+]
              June 12, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. The Present Danger---At Home by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. What Wedemeyer Really Said by James Colwell, pp. 6-8
              3. Eisenhower as Theater Commander by H.A. DeWeerd, pp. 9-11
              4. Germany by Theodore H. White, pp. 12-16
              5. The Underground Jurists of Communist Germany by Russell Hill, pp. 17-20
              6. Britain: "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year" by Donald Hall, pp. 21-23
              7. Bustamante of Jamaica---Promises and Pistols by Albert Abarbanel, pp. 24-26
              8. Fifty Years of Persian Oil by Don Peretz, pp. 27-29
              9. Aid to Iran: A Failure by Robert Hewett, p. 30
              10. A Parliamentarian, a Hatchet Man, an Inquisitor by Douglass Cater, pp. 31-32
              11. "Mister John": More Pork Than Corn by William S. Fairfield, pp. 33-35
              12. Prophets of Atomic Doom by Ralph E. Lapp, pp. 36-38
              13. Three Grateful Lords of the London Money Market by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 39-42
              14. Cover by Arno
            7. [+]
              June 26, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. The Long Election Night by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. France by Henri Marche, pp. 5-7
              3. De Gaulle on "Destiny" by Jean-Pierre Moulin, p. 8
              4. The Reds March by Michel Clerc, pp. 9-10
              5. Contadini and Luigini by Carlo Levi, pp. 11-13
              6. Italy by Leo J. Wollemborg, pp. 14-16
              7. The Myth of the Chinese Landlord by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 17-20
              8. Sandals for a Son by Suresh Vaidya, pp. 21-24
              9. Coal Fights to Come Back by Hartley Howe, pp. 25-27
              10. The Marines: Force in Readiness by John B. Spore, pp. 28-31
              11. Congress and the Children by Maya Pines, pp. 32-33
              12. The World of ON-5 by Sean Every, pp. 34-37
              13. Morals from Mars by Richard Donovan, pp. 38-42
              14. Cover by Arno
          3. [+]
            Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1951 = 6 Issues, 80 Articles
            1. [+]
              July 10, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. The American Politburo; Convertible Mobilization by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Mobilization by Claire Neikind, pp. 6-8
              3. Taxonomy of Inflation Control by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 9-11
              4. Foreign Aid by Helen Hill Miller, pp. 12-13
              5. Kem's Inspiration by Hans H. Landsberg, pp. 14-16
              6. Balkan Backwater by Francis King, pp. 17-20
              7. Greenland: Northern Sentry Post by Allen Raymond, pp. 21-23
              8. Behind the Czech Purge by Robert Dall, pp. 24-27
              9. The People Nobody Wants by Blake Ehrlich, pp. 28-29
              10. Why the H-Bomb? by Ralph E. Lapp, pp. 30-33
              11. The Nanyang Chinese by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 34-36
              12. Free Labor---Conscience of the West by Victor Reuther, pp. 37-38
              13. Love in France by Madeleine Chapsal, pp. 39-42
              14. Cover by Marokvia
            2. [+]
              July 24, 1951 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Where There Can Be No Truce by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. The MacArthur Affair by John E. Sawyer, pp. 6-8
              3. Korea and Gallipoli by Lindsay Rogers, pp. 9-12
              4. The High Cost of Security by Alan Barth, pp. 13-16
              5. A Break for Small Business by William S. Fairfield, pp. 17-20
              6. Maung Hla's Odyssey by Arthur Goodfriend, pp. 21-23
              7. Journey in Macedonia by Allan C. Butler, pp. 24-26
              8. Explosive Issue in the U.S.S.R. by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 27-29
              9. "Face" and Fatalism by James Colwell, pp. 30-33
              10. "Know-How" vs. "Know-Why" by Peter Viereck, pp. 34-36
              11. [+]
                Bradley on War by Al Newman, pp. 37-42 - 1 Review
                1. A Soldier's Story by Omar N. Bradley
              12. Cover by C. Ishii
            3. [+]
              August 7, 1951 Issue = 15 Articles
              1. 1. The Reefs of Strategy by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 5-7
              2. 2. The Shoals of Politics by Thomas J. Hamilton, pp. 8-9
              3. Men for the Services by John B. Spore, pp. 10-11
              4. Change in Charley by Claire Neikind, pp. 12-13
              5. How Rollbacks Were Steamrollered by Philip M. Stern, pp. 14-16
              6. How Strong Is the U.S.S.R. by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 17-20
              7. Yugoslavia---Right Turn? by Henry Mannering, pp. 21-23
              8. Oil: Mexico and Iran by Herbert L. Matthews, pp. 24-26
              9. "Good Faith" and Competition by William S. Fairfield, pp. 27-29
              10. Byrnes---The Missing Witness by John Thomason, pp. 30-31
              11. Junkmen's Progress by Ruthven Todd, pp. 32-33
              12. [+]
                The Face of the Deep by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 34-35 - 1 Review
                1. The Sea Around Us by Rachel L. Carson
              13. Postwar Cambridge by John Rosselli, pp. 36-38
              14. The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury, pp. 39-42
              15. Cover by John Richard McDermott
            4. [+]
              August 21, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Spain: A Few Rascals out by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 5-6
              2. Franco by Theodore Draper, pp. 7-10
              3. Dangers in Iran by Edmund Stevens, pp. 11-13
              4. Blitz in the West by Major General H.W. Blakeley, U.S.A. Ret., ..., pp. 14-16
              5. Whose Ruhr? by Theodore H. White, pp. 17-21
              6. "How Ethical Can You Get?" by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 22-24
              7. McCarran's Monopoly by Alan Barth, pp. 25-28
              8. Our Crowded Target Areas by Ralph E. Lapp, pp. 29-31
              9. The Medal man by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 32-33
              10. Madman, I Love You by David Kenyon Webster, pp. 34-35
              11. [+]
                The Slavic Paradox by Dorothy Thompson, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
              12. Healthmanship by Stephen Potter, pp. 38-42
              13. Cover by "Hallman"
            5. [+]
              September 4, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. What Ails U.S. Propaganda? by Lewis Galantiere, pp. 4-7
              2. Psychology of Price by William S. Fairfield, pp. 8-10
              3. Air Force vs. Army by John B. Spore, pp. 11-12
              4. The Cost of Liberation by Russell Brines, pp. 13-16
              5. China: Lynchings for a Purpose by Graham Peck, pp. 17-20
              6. 'Back to Normal' in Connecticut by Arthur W. Hepner, pp. 21-24
              7. Claghorns or Catos? by W. McNeil Lowry, pp. 25-28
              8. Kansas Picks Up the Pieces by Robert Lasch, pp. 29-31
              9. Oil, Rugs, Blackmail by Alexander Melamid, p. 32
              10. The Timid Ambassador by Wallace Stegner, pp. 33-34
              11. [+]
                Stalin's Melting Pot by Harry Schwartz, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                1. The Jews in the Soviet Union by Solomon M. Schwarz
              12. Not Scales but a Cleaver by Beverley Bowie, pp. 38-42
              13. Cover by Lewis Daniel
            6. [+]
              September 18, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. The Hazards of Ceremony by Herbert Elliston, pp. 4-6
              2. Japan's Price for Peace by Romney Wheeler, pp. 7-10
              3. U.S. Science and Modern War by R.E. Lapp, pp. 11-13
              4. Transatlantic Tension by Reinhold Niebuhr, pp. 14-16
              5. Bloody Harlan and Corrupt Bell by William S. Fairfield, pp. 17-20
              6. The Government in Medicine by Max Seham, M.D., pp. 21-24
              7. Is McCarthy Slipping? by Douglass Cater, pp. 25-26
              8. Yes, We Intervene in Greece by George Weller, pp. 27-30
              9. The Magic of Nationalism by Patrick O'Donovan, pp. 31-33
              10. [+]
                Blanshard's Crusade by William P. Clancy, pp. 34-36 - 1 Review
                1. Communism, Democracy, and Catholic Power by Paul Blanshard
              11. Reflections on Hearst by Norman Thomas, pp. 37-39
              12. [+]
                Rich Richard's Almanac by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                1. The Businessman's Book of Quotations by Ralph L. Woods
              13. Cover by San Bon Matsu
          4. [+]
            Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1951 = 7 Issues, 92 Articles
            1. [+]
              October 2, 1951 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. The Riddle of Kaesong by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 4-5
              2. Indo-China by Robert Shaplen, pp. 6-10
              3. Japanese Labor Faces Peace by Hessell Tiltman, pp. 11-13
              4. Turkey by William H. Hessler, pp. 14-16
              5. Haiti17C Return of the Elite by Theodore Draper, pp. 17-20
              6. Bloody Harlan---II by William S. Fairfield, pp. 21-25
              7. News the People Can't Get by Allen Raymond, pp. 26-29
              8. The Moral Power of Mr. Lehman by William Shannon, pp. 30-32
              9. Trotters: County Fair to Costello by Don Mankiewicz, pp. 33-35
              10. [+]
                Gide's Journey by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                1. Andre Gide by Albert J. Guerard
              11. Comrade Joe and the V.F.W. by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 38-42
              12. Cover by "Hallman"
            2. [+]
              October 16, 1951 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. The Hope of Europe by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. A More Perfect Union by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 6-9
              3. The Twilight of ECA by Hans Landsberg, pp. 10-12
              4. Congress and Foreign Aid by Lindsay Rogers, p. 13
              5. Will Churchill Ride Again? by Herbert L. Matthews, pp. 14-16
              6. Turkey---Hairbreadth Democracy by William H. Hessler, pp. 17-19
              7. Bloody Harlan, Corrupt Bell by William S. Fairfield, pp. 20-23
              8. 'Logic' and the Two-Party System by Robert Bendiner, pp. 24-26
              9. Public School Enemy No. 1? by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 27-30
              10. On Robert Flaherty by John Grierson, pp. 31-34
              11. [+]
                The General Nobody Knows by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 35-36 - 1 Review
                1. Melville Goodwin, USA by John P. Marquand
              12. New York's Gallivanting Mayors by Allen Raymond, pp. 37-38
              13. Mrs. Van Winkle and the Planners by Honor Croome, pp. 39-42
              14. Cover by San Bon Matsu
            3. [+]
              October 30, 1951 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. As Europe Goes, So Goes the U.S. by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. What Forced the British Elections by Graham Hutton, pp. 6-8
              3. Jacoponi and the Colonel by Claire Neikind, pp. 9-12
              4. New Productivity for the West? by Theodore H. White, pp. 13-16
              5. New Rhode Island Can't Get by Allen Raymond, pp. 17-19
              6. Pasadena---Phase II by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 20-22
              7. Eire Settles Down by Norman MacKenzie, pp. 23-25
              8. The Strange Case of Dean Hewlett Johnson by Louis Baldwin, pp. 26-28
              9. [+]
                The Loans of Uncle Jesse by J.K. Galbraith, pp. 29-30 - 1 Review
                1. Fifty Billion Dollars by Jesse H. Jones and Edward Angly
              10. [+]
                Hollywood Below the Himalayas by Robert Lubar, pp. 31-34 - 1 Review
                1. Chandralekha (1951 Film) by S.S. Vasan
              11. [+]
                Migrant with Message by Richard A. Donovan, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                1. The True Believer by Eric Hoffer
              12. Are Women's Colleges Really Necessary? by Diana Trilling, pp. 38-42
              13. Cover by Chris Ishii
            4. [+]
              November 13, 1951 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. For a Middle Eastern Policy by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. Egypt's Desperate Gamble by Alvin Rosenfeld, pp. 5-8
              3. The Diplomat and the Dinosaur by Max Ascoli, pp. 9-13
              4. What's Wrong with the State Department? by Douglass Cater, pp. 14-16
              5. The Downfall of a Communist by Theodore H. White, pp. 17-20
              6. A Soviet Reverie by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 21-24
              7. What the French Elections Showed by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 25-27
              8. The Gaudy Twilight of Harold Stassen by William V. Shannon, pp. 28-30
              9. 4,000 Mayors of New York by Carlo Levi, pp. 31-36
              10. Dreiser, Anderson, Lewis, and the Riddle of Society by Lionel Trilling, pp. 37-42
              11. Cover by "Hallman"
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              November 27, 1951 Issue = 15 Articles
              1. The Decisive Election by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. Who Directs U.S. Foreign Policy? by Lindsay Rogers, pp. 6-8
              3. Loopholes for Tax Millions by Philip M. Stern, pp. 9-11
              4. Churchill's Narrow Victory by H.G. Nicholas, pp. 12-13
              5. 2. The Victors by William Clark, p. 14
              6. 3. The Losers by Woodrow Wyatt, pp. 15-16
              7. The Old Days in Palestine by Edwin Samuel, pp. 17-19
              8. Trujillo's Dynasty by Theodore Draper, pp. 20-25
              9. Document from a Police State by Edith Rose, pp. 26-28
              10. Dispatch from Paris by J.-J. Servan Schreiber, p. 29
              11. India at the Polls by Jean Lyon, pp. 30-33
              12. [+]
                A Congressman Looks at Lobbies by Jacob K. Javits, pp. 34-35 - 1 Review
                1. The Lobbyists by Karl Schriftgiesser
              13. [+]
                The Negro at Home and Abroad by James Baldwin, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                1. No Green Pastures---The Negro in Europe Today by Roi Ottley
              14. The Ivy-Covered Fraud by Virginius Dabney, pp. 38-42
              15. Cover by "Hallman"
            6. [+]
              December 11, 1951 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Europe's Other Great Fear by Max Ascoli, p. 4
              2. The Russians Aren't So Clever by D.B.W., pp. 5-8
              3. If Germany Is Unchecked by Hans Simons, pp. 9-11
              4. Kurt Schumacher by Theodore H. White, pp. 12-16
              5. Trujillo's Dynasty---II by Theodore Draper, pp. 17-21
              6. A Town Los Angeles Can't Absorb by Richard Donovan, pp. 22-24
              7. The Power of the Purse: The Congressman's plight by Douglass Cater, pp. 25-30
              8. Mr. Harriman and His Hallowe'en Hobgoblins by Christopher Gerould, pp. 31-33
              9. I Guess I'd Rather Be Molested by Jean Lyon, pp. 34-36
              10. [+]
                The Private World of Robert Taft by McGeorge Bundy, pp. 37-38 - 1 Review
                1. A Foreign Policy for Americans by Robert A. Taft
              11. [+]
                Two Pilgrimages to Brownsville by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                1. A Walker in the City by Alfred Kazin
              12. Cover by "Hallman"
            7. [+]
              December 25, 1951 Issue = 15 Articles
              1. Interlocking Commonwealths by Max Ascoli, pp. 4-5
              2. The Unfinished History of the European Army by Theodore H. White, pp. 6-8
              3. Motives for European Unity by Louis Duval, pp. 9-11
              4. Shape's Next Chief? by David Schoenbrun, pp. 12-14
              5. Our Magic Word by Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber, pp. 15-16
              6. How Good Is Chiang's Army? by Robert S. Elegant, pp. 17-20
              7. Pearson of Canada by Walter O'Hearn, pp. 21-24
              8. Calabrian 'Millennium' by John Rosselli, pp. 25-27
              9. New Oil for Europe by Albert A. Brandt and Alexander Melamid, pp. 28-30
              10. Hitler's Would-Be Heirs by Leonard J. Schweitzer, pp. 31-32
              11. The Woman Behind Your Congressman by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 33-34
              12. 'Dear Mary Haworth---' by Beverley Bowie, pp. 35-37
              13. [+]
                Peron's Unholy Alliance with Labor by Theodore Draper, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                1. The Peron Era by Robert J. Alexander
              14. Next-to-last Supper by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42
              15. Cover by Ivan Opffer
        2. [+]
          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