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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 1953 = 24 Issues, 354 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1954 = 24 Issues, 377 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1954 = 7 Issues, 96 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    January 5, 1954 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-5
                    3. The President Takes the Lead by Max Ascoli, p. 6
                    4. A Tale of the Steps to Hiroshima---and Beyond by Michael Amrine, pp. 7-12
                    5. "Ethics in Government" and the Use of FBI Files by Francis Biddle, pp. 13-16
                    6. The Philippines Awaits a New Deal by Tillman Durdin, pp. 17-18
                    7. The Great Attack on Fort Monmouth by Douglass Cater, pp. 19-23
                    8. How the Reds Came to Haughen, Wisconsin by William S. Fairfield, pp. 24-26
                    9. My Confession---Part II by Mary McCarthy, pp. 27-31
                    10. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 32
                    11. The Spoken Word on Records by James Hinton, Jr., pp. 33-35
                    12. [+]
                      Inside Ickes by M.R. Werner, pp. 36-38 - 1 Review
                      1. The Secret Diary of Harold L. Ickes, Vol. I by Harold L. Ickes
                    13. [+]
                      No Mystic Blur, No Jolly Fix-Up by William Lee Miller, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                      1. The Treasures of Darkness by Cornelia Jessey
                    14. Cover by Donald Higgins
                  2. [+]
                    January 19, 1954 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                    3. 1954---Year of the Great Thaw by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                    4. The Armaments Race Can Be Stopped by David F. Cavers, pp. 11-13
                    5. What We Should Learn from Panmunjom by Vernon Aspaturian, pp. 14-18
                    6. Recession Ahead? by M.J. Rossant, pp. 19-21
                    7. Turkey by Bogdan Raditsa, pp. 22-25
                    8. The Lower Depths of Upper Broadway by Anzia Yezierska, pp. 26-28
                    9. British TV by Blake Ehrlich, pp. 29-33
                    10. [+]
                      Maker of History, Writer of History by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 34-37 - 1 Review
                      1. Triumph and Tragedy by Winston S. Churchill
                    11. [+]
                      The Testament of Frank Lloyd Wright by William Knapp, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                      1. The Future of Architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright
                    12. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                  3. [+]
                    February 2, 1954 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                    3. The Kingdom of the Spirit by Max Ascoli, pp. 10-12
                    4. Farewell to Aid by Harlan Cleveland, pp. 13-17
                    5. The Diplomatic Cost of Military Penny Pinching by Edward L. Katzenbach, Jr., pp. 18-21
                    6. Beria's Trial by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 22-26
                    7. International Private Eye by Spencer Klaw, pp. 27-30
                    8. Presidential Papers and How They Grew by David Demarest Lloyd, pp. 31-34
                    9. [+]
                      The Mysteries of Bataan by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 35-38 - 1 Review
                      1. The Fall of the Philippines by Louis Morton
                    10. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 39
                    11. A Visit with Ezra Pound by Dan Pinck, pp. 40-43
                    12. Uncle Gamini and the British by Tambimuttu, p. 44
                    13. The Unipolar Passenger by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 45-47
                    14. Science Marches Backward by Robert Bendiner, pp. 48-50
                    15. Cover by Romeo V. Tabuena
                  4. [+]
                    February 16, 1954 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-8
                    3. Who Speaks for Europe? by Harlan Cleveland, p. 9
                    4. West Germany by Charles W. Thayer, pp. 10-13
                    5. East Germany by Norbert Muhlen, pp. 14-18
                    6. McCarthy Hunt and Facts Forum, pp. 19-26
                    7. 1,456? 2,200? If Either, What? by Douglass Cater, pp. 27-29
                    8. Anti-Americanism in Japn by Atsushi Oi and Clarke H. Kawakami, pp. 30-34
                    9. Any Resemblance...Waste Product by Marya Mannes, pp. 35-36
                    10. [+]
                      Two Envoys: 1. Bowles in India by Robert Shaplen, pp. 37-39 - 1 Review
                      1. Ambassador's Report by Chester Bowles
                    11. [+]
                      Two Envoys: 2. Stevens in Russia by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                      1. Russian Assignment by Leslie C. Stevens, Vice Admiral, U.S.N. (Retired)
                    12. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                  5. [+]
                    March 2, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-8
                    3. The President's Second Year by Max Ascoli, p. 9
                    4. Victim of Nameless Accusers by Anthony Lewis, pp. 10-17
                    5. How a Lawyer Conducts a Security Case by Adam Yarmolinsky, pp. 18-22
                    6. Italy Is Not Lost Yet by Claire Sterling, pp. 23-25
                    7. Our Baffled Neighbors to the North by William H. Hessler, pp. 26-28
                    8. Mr. Randall's Head and the Stone Wall by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 29-30
                    9. the Undergraduate Underground by Douglass Cater, pp. 31-33
                    10. The Process of Change by Eric Hoffer, p. 34
                    11. A Movie Exhibitor Looks at Censorship by Arthur Mayer, pp. 35-39
                    12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 40-42
                    13. [+]
                      The Strength and Weakness of Soviet Military Doctrine by Robert Knapp, pp. 43-45 - 1 Review
                      1. Soviet Military Doctrine by Raymond L. Garthoff
                    14. [+]
                      Aldous Huxley, Merchant of Mescalin by Marvin Barrett, p. 46 - 1 Review
                      1. The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley
                    15. [+]
                      The Pagan Gods Live On by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 47-50 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Snake Lady, and Other Stories by Vernon Lee
                      2. The Survival of the Pagan Gods by Jean Seznec
                    16. Cover by Al Blaustein
                  6. [+]
                    March 16, 1954 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-10
                    3. Old Look in Berlin by Max Ascoli, p. 11
                    4. The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta by Santha Rama Rau, pp. 12-23
                    5. Pakistan by J.H. Huizinga, p. 24
                    6. A G.O.P. Congressman's Views on Security Investigations by Representative Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr., pp. 25-27
                    7. Norwalk, NATO, and the V.F.W. by George W. Groh, pp. 28-30
                    8. How Universal Can Suffrage Get? by William H. Hessler, p. 31
                    9. The Greater Cabbage Hoax by Max Hall, pp. 32-35
                    10. 'Our Women Are Wonderful' by Marya Mannes, p. 36
                    11. [+]
                      Lives, Times, and Fortunes of Some News Magazines by John Kenneth Galbraith, p. 37 - 1 Review
                      1. The Death of Kings by Charles Wertenbaker
                    12. [+]
                      The Tyranny of Virtue, the Emptiness of Tolerance by William Lee Miller, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                      1. Roger Williams: His Contribution to the American Tradition by Perry Miller
                    13. Cover by Al Blaustein
                  7. [+]
                    March 30, 1954 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                    3. The Unadventurous Breed by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                    4. The Army at Bay by Theodore H. White, pp. 11-12
                    5. The Recession Is Here by Oscar Gass, pp. 13-15
                    6. What 'Readjustment' Means to Steeltown, U.S.A. by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 16-18
                    7. The Communists' New Look in France by Edmond Taylor, pp. 19-22
                    8. The Incredible Abbe Pierre by Edmond Taylor, pp. 23-24
                    9. Spain by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 25-28
                    10. Vincent Hallinan by William S. Fairfield, pp. 29-32
                    11. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 33
                    12. [+]
                      Leon Trotsky, Permanent Revolutionist by Paul Willen, pp. 34-37 - 1 Review
                      1. The Prophet Armed: Trotsky, 1879-1921 by Isaac Deutscher
                    13. [+]
                      The History of Business and Vice Versa by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 38-42 - 2 Reviews
                      1. Ford: The Times, the Man, the Company by Allan Nevins and Frank Ernest Hill
                      2. Capitalism and the Historians by F.A. Hayek
                    14. Cover by Gil Miret
                2. [+]
                  Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1954 = 6 Issues, 94 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    April 13, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                    3. The Middle of the McCarthy Road by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                    4. Germany by Edmond Taylor, pp. 10-16
                    5. Italy by Claire Sterling, pp. 17-19
                    6. The Court of Inquiry on Colonel Schwable by Douglass Cater, pp. 20-22
                    7. Thirty-Six per Cent Interest by William Manchester, pp. 23-27
                    8. Hungry Workers, Ripe Crops, and the Nonexistent Mexican Border by Richard P. Eckels, pp. 28-31
                    9. We've Muffled Our Own Drums by William Harlan Hale, pp. 32-35
                    10. Morocco by Claire Sterling, pp. 36-40
                    11. The Passing of the Brass Pounder by Clyde Brion Davis, pp. 41-42
                    12. Any Resemblance...Soul for Sale by Marya Mannes, p. 43
                    13. [+]
                      The Courage and Common Sense of Elmer Davis by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                      1. But We Were Born Free by Elmer H. Davis
                    14. [+]
                      A Passionate Faith in the Great Whatever by William Lee Miller, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                      1. This I Believe by Edward R. Murrow
                    15. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Man Who Never Was by Ewen Montagu
                      2. Company Manners by Louis Kronenberger
                    16. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                  2. [+]
                    April 27, 1954 Issue = 19 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                    3. Our Fifth Anniversary by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                    4. Geneva by Vernon Aspaturian, pp. 14-17
                    5. The K.C. Wu Story, pp. 18-20
                    6. Vietnam Awaits Independence and/or Annihilation by Peggy Durdin, pp. 21-22
                    7. Canada's Social-Security System for Children by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 23-24
                    8. The People vs. McCarthy by Marya Mannes, pp. 25-27
                    9. The Man Who Shut Down the Port of New York by Sanford Gottlieb, pp. 28-30
                    10. Israel's Spirigual Climate---I by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 31-35
                    11. Cyprus by Ray Alan, pp. 36-39
                    12. Salt by Christine Weston, pp. 40-44
                    13. [+]
                      A Luncheon with Dylan Thomas by Mary Ellin Barrett, pp. 45-47 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas, 1934-1953 by Dylan Thomas
                      2. The Poetry of Dylan Thomas by Elder Olson
                    14. Igor Stravinsky and the Muse of Opera by James Hinton, Jr., pp. 48-50
                    15. [+]
                      'Operation Bootstrap' for Underdeveloped Countries by Edward Posniak, pp. 51-52 - 1 Review
                      1. Problems of Capital Formation in Underdeveloped Countries by Ragnar Nurkse
                    16. [+]
                      2. The Pioneers Shirt-Sleeve Diplomacy, by Jonathan B. Bingham by Harlan Cleveland, p. 53 - 1 Review
                      1. Shirt-Sleeve Diplomacy by Jonathan B. Bingham
                    17. [+]
                      Generals as Politicians by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 54-55 - 1 Review
                      1. The Nemesis of Power by John W. Wheeler-Bennett
                    18. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 56-58 - 2 Reviews
                      1. A Layman's Love of Letters by George Macaulay Trevelyan
                      2. The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale
                    19. Cover by Al Blaustein
                  3. [+]
                    May 11, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-3
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-7
                    3. How Low Can We Sink? by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                    4. Does the Superbomb Add to Our Security? by Ralph E. Lapp, pp. 10-12
                    5. The Technician and the Terror by Michael Amrine, pp. 13-14
                    6. The Twilight of Sir Winston Churchill by H.G. Nicholas, pp. 15-17
                    7. Government by Denunciation by Leland Stowe, pp. 18-19
                    8. Israel's Spiritual Climate---II by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 20-22
                    9. The Battle for Hells Canyon by Joe Miller, pp. 23-26
                    10. Slums, Ghettos, and the G.O.P.'s 'Remedy' by Charles Abrams, pp. 27-29
                    11. Unriffed But Adrift by George Travers, pp. 30-33
                    12. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 34
                    13. French Writing, 1954 by Madeleine Chapsal, pp. 35-36
                    14. [+]
                      Senator McCarthy's Eggheads by Richard H. Rovere, pp. 37-39 - 1 Review
                      1. McCarthy and His Enemies by William F. Buckley, Jr. and L. Brent Bozell
                    15. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 40-42 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Seduction of the Innocent by Fredric Wertham
                      2. The Heart of Africa by Alexander Campbell
                    16. Cover by Paul Hollister, Jr.
                  4. [+]
                    May 25, 1954 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-8
                    3. Needed: a Coalition Government---I by Max Ascoli, p. 9
                    4. Texas: Land of Wealth and Fear by Theodore H. White, pp. 10-17
                    5. Saarlanders, the First 'Europeans'? by Richard Yahraes, pp. 18-22
                    6. The Daughters of the American R....n by Dorothy Kahn, pp. 23-25
                    7. Education in the South by Douglass Cater, pp. 26-27
                    8. Algeria---France's Next Indo-China? by Claire Sterling, pp. 28-31
                    9. Looking Back on Eighty Years by Somerset Maugham, pp. 32-34
                    10. The Friendliest People in the World, Fundamentally by Marya Mannes, p. 35
                    11. [+]
                      The Big-Game Hunter Who Tamed an Elephant by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 36-37 - 3 Reviews
                      1. The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, Vol. VII by Elting E. Morison and Theodore Roosevelt
                      2. The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, Vol. VIII by Elting E. Morison and Theodore Roosevelt
                      3. The Republican Roosevelt by John Morton Blum
                    12. [+]
                      Communist Power and Indian Policy by Harold Isaacs, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                      1. Asia and Western Dominance by K.M. Panikkar
                    13. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 40-42 - 2 Reviews
                      1. Pictures from an Institution by Randall Jarrell
                      2. General Dean's Story by William F. Dean and William L. Worden
                    14. Cover by Marilyn Miller
                  5. [+]
                    June 8, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                    3. Needed: A Coalition Government---II by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                    4. The Lie-Detector Era by Dwight MacDonald, pp. 10-18
                    5. The Suicidal Impulses of Aneurin Bevan by Woodrow Wyatt, pp. 19-20
                    6. Tangier Contemplates Recession as Franco Contemplates Tangier by Claire Sterling, pp. 21-23
                    7. The Pakistan-Turkey Pact by William Clark, pp. 24-26
                    8. Chungking, 1939, to Geneva, 1954 by Peggy Durdin, pp. 27-28
                    9. An Unspecific Discussion, Not Dealing in Personalities by William Lee Miller, p. 29
                    10. Texas: Land of Wealth and Fear by Theodore H. White, pp. 30-37
                    11. The Twilight World of the Ex-Convict by Frank O'Leary, pp. 38-39
                    12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 40-41
                    13. [+]
                      Did Franklin Roosevelt Sink the Pacific Fleet by Louis Morton, pp. 42-44 - 1 Review
                      1. The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor by Rear Admiral Robert Alfred Theobald, U.S.N., ...
                    14. [+]
                      The Pointless Heroism of the Light Brigade by Al Newman, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                      1. The Reason Why by Cecil Woodham-Smith
                    15. [+]
                      Free Labor's Answer to Communism by Philip M. Kaiser, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                      1. The International Labor Movement by Lewis L. Lorwin
                    16. Cover by Ployardt
                  6. [+]
                    June 22, 1954 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                    3. The Long Trail of Error by Theodore H. White, pp. 8-15
                    4. The Awakening of Asia by Eric Hoffer, pp. 16-17
                    5. Three-Way War in Housing by Catherine Bauer, pp. 18-21
                    6. The Lie-Detector Era by Dwight MacDonald, pp. 22-29
                    7. Pandit Nehru Takes a Trip by Christine Weston, pp. 30-32
                    8. Guilty as Charged---and Proud of It by Anthony West, pp. 33-34
                    9. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 35
                    10. Conversations on Music by Goddard Lieberson, p. 36
                    11. [+]
                      General Truscott, Seagoing Cavalryman by H.W. Blakeley, p. 37 - 1 Review
                      1. Command Missions by Lt. General L.K. Truscott, Jr.
                    12. [+]
                      Field Marshall Kesselring, Flying Artilleryman by Al Newman, pp. 38-42 - 1 Review
                      1. Kesselring: A Soldier's Record by Albert Kesselring
                    13. Cover by Reg Massie
                3. [+]
                  Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1954 = 4 Issues, 67 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    July 6, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-6
                    3. Excerpts from the AEC Board's Findings in the Oppenheimer Case, p. 7
                    4. The Jurisprudence of Security by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                    5. Loyalty, Suspicion, and the Tightening Chain by Benjamin Ginzburg, pp. 10-13
                    6. Labor Unions and 'Security Risks' by John Warner, pp. 14-17
                    7. Why I Quit Teaching by Victor Boesen, pp. 18-20
                    8. The Two Chinas and U.S. Recognition by Philip C. Jessup, pp. 21-23
                    9. The Celebes Long After Conrad by Frank Oliver, pp. 24-27
                    10. The German Socialists Search Their Souls by Charles W. Thayer, pp. 28-30
                    11. Blood Is Cheaper Than Brandy by Poyntz Tyler, pp. 31-33
                    12. Conversations on Music by Goddard Lieberson, p. 34
                    13. [+]
                      O Scared Old World, That Has Such Robots In't! by Karl Meyer, pp. 35-37 - 16 Reviews
                      1. Limbo by Bernard Wolfe
                      2. Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
                      3. The Space Merchants by Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth
                      4. Looking Backward, 2000-1887 by Edward Bellamy
                      5. Freeland by Theodor Hertzka
                      6. A Modern Utopia by H.G. Wells
                      7. The World Set Free by H.G. Wells
                      8. Men Like Gods by H.G. Wells
                      9. The Mind at the End of its Tether by H.G. Wells
                      10. Experiment in Autobiography by H.G. Wells
                      11. We by Yevgeny I. Zamyatin
                      12. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
                      13. Walden Two by B.F. Skinner
                      14. Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
                      15. One by David Karp
                      16. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
                    14. [+]
                      The Open Mind and the Closed Border by Henry Steele Commager, p. 38 - 1 Review
                      1. The Migration of Ideas by Gilbert Highet
                    15. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 39-42 - 3 Reviews
                      1. Typhoon in Tokyo by Harry Emerson Wildes
                      2. The Struggle for Indochina, 1940-1955 by Ellen J. Hammer
                      3. As It Happened by Clement R. Attlee
                    16. Cover by Reg Massie
                  2. [+]
                    August 17, 1954 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                    3. Setback and a New Chance by Harlan Cleveland, pp. 8-9
                    4. 'Big Brother' in Foggy Bottom by William Harlan Hale, pp. 10-17
                    5. Mendes-France After Geneva by Edmond Taylor, pp. 18-20
                    6. Vermont Eloquence, p. 21
                    7. Chinese Co-ed in a Communist College by Maria Yen, pp. 22-24
                    8. Piety Along the Potomac by William Lee Miller, pp. 25-28
                    9. Americans, Stay Here! by Marvin Barrett, pp. 29-31
                    10. The Great Torso Murder by Marya Mannes, pp. 32-34
                    11. Westbrook Pegler and 'That Man in the White House' by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 35-36
                    12. [+]
                      How Jim O'Sullivan Moved a Mountain by Joe Miller, p. 37 - 1 Review
                      1. Hail Columbia by George Sundborg
                    13. [+]
                      What One Economist Thought of the Rest by John Kenneth Galbraith, p. 38 - 1 Review
                      1. History of Economic Analysis by Joseph A. Schumpeter and Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter, ...
                    14. [+]
                      Book Note, pp. 39-42 - 1 Review
                      1. German History: Some New German Views by Hans Kohn
                    15. Cover by Reg Mannes
                  3. [+]
                    September 14, 1954 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-10
                    3. Three Cheers for Stagnation by Harlan Cleveland, p. 11
                    4. U.S. Science by Theodore H. White, pp. 12-17
                    5. 'Safe Days' and 'Baby Days' by Jean Lyon, pp. 18-20
                    6. Cuba Under Batista by Oden Meeker, pp. 21-23
                    7. The Eighty-third Congress, pp. 24-25
                    8. There's Nothing New About McCarthyism by Eric Goldman, pp. 26-30
                    9. The Day We Didn't Go to War by Chalmers M. Roberts, pp. 31-35
                    10. How the Horse Industry Went to the Dogs by Don Mankiewicz, pp. 36-37
                    11. Twinkle, Twinkle in Toronto by Frank Rasky, pp. 38-41
                    12. Three B's or Not Three B's? by Marya Mannes, p. 42
                    13. [+]
                      Thirteen Who Mutinied by Irving Howe, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
                      1. A Fable by William Faulkner
                    14. [+]
                      A Note in Rejoinder by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 45 - 1 Review
                      1. A Fable by William Faulkner
                    15. [+]
                      The Life, Loves, and Loathings of the Egregious Ben Hecht by Frederic Morton, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                      1. A Child of the Century by Ben Hecht
                    16. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 3 Reviews
                      1. Reach for the Sky by Paul Brickhill
                      2. The Dark Is Light Enough by Christopher Fry
                      3. Government and Science by Don K. Price
                    17. Cover by Bob Shore
                  4. [+]
                    September 23, 1954 Issue = 19 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-13
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 14-15
                    3. The Unity Europe Can Have by Max Ascoli, pp. 16-18
                    4. How the Russians Bet a Little in Asia to Win a Lot in Europe by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 19-22
                    5. The Long Weekend That Killed EDC by Edmond Taylor, pp. 23-25
                    6. U.S. Science by Theodore H. White, pp. 26-34
                    7. Esprit de What? by H.W. Blakeley, pp. 35-37
                    8. Mr. Shirata Goes Into Business by A.R. Godsil, pp. 38-39
                    9. The Boy in the Front Row by Doris Peel, pp. 40-42
                    10. The Adventures of a Bus Truster by Ray Alan, pp. 43-44
                    11. The Eisenhower I'll Always Remember by Bill Mauldin, p. 45
                    12. [+]
                      Movies by Robert Bingham, p. 46 - 3 Reviews
                      1. Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1954 Film) by Luis Bunuel
                      2. Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures: The Vanishing Prairie (1953 Film) by James Algar
                      3. On the Waterfront (1954 Film) by Elia Kazan
                    13. Conversations on Music by Goddard Lieberson, p. 47
                    14. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 48
                    15. American Writers and Where They Come From by Malcolm Cowley, pp. 49-52
                    16. [+]
                      The Giants of India and Their Gossiping Relatives by Christine Weston, p. 53 - 2 Reviews
                      1. Just Half a World Away by Jean Lyon
                      2. Prison and Chocolate Cake by Nayantara Sahgal
                    17. [+]
                      Dangerous Myths in American Diplomacy by Henry Steele Commager, p. 54 - 1 Review
                      1. The Limits of Foreign Policy by Charles Burton Marshall
                    18. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 55-58 - 3 Reviews
                      1. Rebel Rose by Ishbel Ross
                      2. American Ways of Life by George R. Stewart
                      3. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
                    19. Cover by Mitchneck
                4. [+]
                  Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1954 = 7 Issues, 120 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    October 7, 1954 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                    3. Breaking the Russian Spell by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-14
                    4. My Education in Government by Martin Merson, pp. 15-26
                    5. Building a Stronger Voice by Edward W. Barrett, pp. 27-28
                    6. The Almighty Independence of Tito's Yugoslavia by George Weller, pp. 29-33
                    7. When People Can Only Remember by John I.B. McCulloch, p. 34
                    8. Pivotal Campaign in Illinois by Theodore H. White, pp. 35-38
                    9. 'The Lovely Pub' in Lancashire by Robert Waithman, p. 39
                    10. Where Did My Son Learn Those Words? by Bill Mauldin, pp. 40-41
                    11. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 42
                    12. [+]
                      The Tortured Spain of Claude G. Bowers by Gerald Brenan, pp. 43-45 - 1 Review
                      1. My Mission to Spain by Claude G. Bowers
                    13. [+]
                      The British and the Bridge by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 46 - 1 Review
                      1. The Bridge Over the River Kwai by Pierre Boulle
                    14. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 47-50 - 4 Reviews
                      1. My Name is Tom Connally by Thomas T. Connally and Alfred Steinberg
                      2. The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop
                      3. The Memoirs of Aga Khan by Aga Khan
                      4. The Female Approach by Ronald Searle
                    15. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                  2. [+]
                    October 21, 1954 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                    3. Civil War in the G.O.P.? by Max Ascoli, p. 12
                    4. The ABC of Dixon-Yates by Douglass Cater, pp. 13-16
                    5. 'Should We Fight Dirty Too?' by William Lee Miller, pp. 17-19
                    6. In New Jersey the Voters Can't Lose by Robert Bendiner, pp. 20-22
                    7. 'Scared Money' Wins an Election in Texas by Stuart Long, pp. 23-26
                    8. The Case of Wilma Monesi by Claire Sterling, pp. 27-30
                    9. Communist Hungary by Paul Willen, pp. 31-33
                    10. The Brothers Cassandra, Joseph and Stewart by Walter T. Ridder, pp. 34-38
                    11. Why Are We Mad at Teacher? by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 39-40
                    12. [+]
                      Movies: Ghost and Flesh by Robert Bingham, p. 41 - 2 Reviews
                      1. Ugetsu (1953 Film) by Kenji Mizoguchi
                      2. Bread, Love and Dreams (1953 Film) by Luigi Comencini
                    13. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 42
                    14. Conversations on Music by Goddard Lieberson, p. 43
                    15. [+]
                      The Attack on Oppenheimer Continues by Elie Abel, pp. 44-47 - 1 Review
                      1. The Hydrogen Bomb by James R. Shepley and Clay Blair, Jr.
                    16. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 3 Reviews
                      1. The Flying Sailor by Rear-Admiral Andre Jubelin
                      2. Close Contact by Brigadier Claude H. Dewhurst
                      3. The Leatherstocking Saga by James Fenimore Cooper
                    17. Cover by Carol Hamann
                  3. [+]
                    November 4, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                    3. The Issue Nobody Mentions by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-14
                    4. All Things to All Republicans by Robert Bendiner, pp. 15-16
                    5. The Demon A.D.A. by Eric Sevareid, pp. 17-18
                    6. Our Security Program Need Not Be Unfair by Anthony Lewis, pp. 19-23
                    7. The Elections by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 24-26
                    8. L'Affaire Dides-Baranes by Edmond Taylor, pp. 27-31
                    9. The Emergence of Hugh Gaitskell by William Clark, p. 32
                    10. Oregon by Joe Miller, pp. 33-34
                    11. Riggs by Marya Mannes, pp. 35-38
                    12. The Days and Joys of My Unmelancholy Dane by Bill Mauldin, pp. 39-40
                    13. [+]
                      A Great Book by Max Ascoli, p. 41 - 1 Review
                      1. Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead by Lucien Price and Alfred North Whitehead
                    14. [+]
                      Willoughby on MacArthur by Louis Morton, pp. 42-45 - 1 Review
                      1. MacArthur: 1941-1951 by Charles A. Willoughby and John Chamberlain
                    15. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 46-50 - 7 Reviews
                      1. Joe Must go by Leroy Gore
                      2. The Western Fathers by F.R. Hoare
                      3. The Anglo-Saxon Missionaries in Germany by C.H. Talbot
                      4. Black Power by Richard Wright
                      5. Understanding the American Past by Edward N. Saveth
                      6. The English People on the Eve of Colonization, 1603-1630 by Wallace Notestein
                      7. The Coming of the Revolution: 1763-1775 by Lawrence Henry Gipson
                    16. Cover by Reg Massie
                  4. [+]
                    November 18, 1954 Issue = 16 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-11
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 12-13
                    3. The Atom and Fort Knox by Max Ascoli, pp. 14-15
                    4. Unlimited Weapons and Limited War by Bernard Brodie, pp. 16-21
                    5. Will the Russians Beat Us to the Moon? by Albert Parry, pp. 22-23
                    6. The Plane, the Blast Furnace, and the Shoemaker by Edmond Taylor, pp. 24-27
                    7. Ballons for a Captive Audience by George Clay, pp. 28-30
                    8. Senator McCarthy Catches a White Herring by Douglass Cater, pp. 31-32
                    9. The New Spoils System by Eric Sevareid, pp. 33-34
                    10. Let's Plan Our Cities Before It's Too Late by Albert Mayer, pp. 35-39
                    11. Losses by William Saroyan, pp. 40-41
                    12. Any Resemblance by Marya Mannes, pp. 42-43
                    13. My Unmelancholy Dane---II by Bill Mauldin, pp. 44-45
                    14. [+]
                      Queen Victoria's Dear Lord M by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 46 - 1 Review
                      1. Melbourne by Lord David Cecil
                    15. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 47-50 - 2 Reviews
                      1. The Works of Oscar Wilde by George F. Maine and Oscar Wilde
                      2. Son of Oscar Wilde by Vyvyan Holland
                    16. Cover by William Walton
                  5. [+]
                    December 2, 1954 Issue = 19 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-8
                    3. San Francisco to 42nd Street by Max Ascoli, p. 9
                    4. Our Best Guarantee of National Security by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 10-12
                    5. The Day When East and West Agreed by William R. Frye, pp. 13-16
                    6. The New Soviet Policy Toward the Satellites by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 17-19
                    7. Eyewitness in Red China by Sam Watson, pp. 20-23
                    8. Co-ops by Murray D. Lincoln, pp. 24-26
                    9. Two Views on Finletter's 'Power and Policy' by Walter Millis, pp. 27-29
                    10. II. 'A Pioneer Work' by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 30-31
                    11. Defects of Character, But Whose? by Eric Sevareid, p. 32
                    12. La Scala, Where Opera Is Alive by Martin Mayer, pp. 33-38
                    13. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 39-40
                    14. Movies by Robert Bingham, p. 41
                    15. [+]
                      States' Rights and Senator Neuberger by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                      1. Adventures in Politics by Richard L. Neuberger
                    16. [+]
                      Covarrubias by Reg Massie, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                      1. The Eagle, the Jaguar, and the Serpent by Miguel Covarrubias
                    17. [+]
                      The South Revisited by Virgilia Peterson, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                      1. The View From Pompey's Head by Hamilton Basso
                    18. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 2 Reviews
                      1. American Demagogues: Twentieth Century by Reinhard H. Luthin
                      2. A Guide to Successful Magazine Writing by Clive Howard
                    19. Cover by Donald Higgins
                  6. [+]
                    December 16, 1954 Issue = 17 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-6
                    3. The President and the Rabble by Max Ascoli, p. 7
                    4. Bipartisanship Is a Two-Way Street by Senator J.W. Fulbright, pp. 8-10
                    5. Battle on 'the Rim of Hell' by Chalmers M. Roberts, pp. 11-13
                    6. A Third Party by Eric Sevareid, p. 14
                    7. Let's Try Capitalism in Foreign Trade by William H. Draper, Jr., pp. 15-18
                    8. Swiss Watches and American Tariffs by Leonard Gross, p. 19
                    9. The Red Uprising at Fort Nirvana by James Maxwell, pp. 20-22
                    10. Malaya by Han Suyin, pp. 23-27
                    11. The Redemption of San Luis by William Costello, pp. 28-31
                    12. Coming of Age by Marya Mannes, pp. 32-34
                    13. Conversations on Music by Goddard Lieberson, p. 35
                    14. [+]
                      Man and Mass Man by V.S. Pritchett, pp. 36-38 - 1 Review
                      1. Individualism Reconsidered, and Other Essays by David Riesman
                    15. [+]
                      Man the Business Corporation by John Kenneth Galbraith, p. 39 - 1 Review
                      1. The Twentieth-Century Capitalist Revolution by Adolf A. Berle, Jr.
                    16. [+]
                      Book Notes, pp. 40-42 - 2 Reviews
                      1. American Heroes: Myth and Reality by Marshall W. Fishwick
                      2. The Age of Extravagance by Mary Elizabeth Edes and Dudley Frasier
                    17. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                  7. [+]
                    December 30, 1954 Issue = 20 Articles
                    1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                    2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-5
                    3. Christmas 1954 by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-7
                    4. The Army and Its Negro Soldiers by Leo Bogart, pp. 8-11
                    5. Washington, 'A Model for the Rest of the Nation' by Douglass Cater, pp. 12-15
                    6. North Africa by Claire Sterling, pp. 16-19
                    7. Berlin Notebook by Melvin J. Lasky, pp. 20-21
                    8. 'Good Partners' by Eric Sevareid, p. 22
                    9. There Is No Truce in Vietnam by Peggy Durdin, pp. 23-26
                    10. An American Diplomat's Recollections of Vishinsky by Charles W. Thayer, pp. 27-29
                    11. Los Angeles Pioneers in the Fight Against Smog by Richard P. Eckels, pp. 30-33
                    12. The Christmas When Everything Was Possible by William Harlan Hale, pp. 34-37
                    13. Elizam by T. Tambimuttu, pp. 38-40
                    14. The New American Radicals by Peter Viereck, pp. 41-43
                    15. The Army by Bill Mauldin, p. 44
                    16. [+]
                      Movies by Robert Bingham, p. 45 - 1 Review
                      1. The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954 Film) by Richard Brooks
                    17. [+]
                      The Man Who Looked Inside Himself by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 46 - 1 Review
                      1. The Private Diaries of Stendhal by Robert Sage and Stendhal
                    18. [+]
                      Violet Souffle, Garlic Ice Cream by Nora Magid, p. 47 - 1 Review
                      1. The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book by Alice B. Toklas
                    19. [+]
                      Steinberg's Ferocious Sunglasses by Philip Horton, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                      1. The Passport by Saul Steinberg
                    20. Cover by Reg Massie
              2. [+]
                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