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                  Issues of 1955 = 24 Issues, 402 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1955 = 6 Issues, 101 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      January 13, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-8
                      3. Troubled Waters by Harlan Cleveland, pp. 9-10
                      4. The Irony of Reinhold Niebuhr by William Lee Miller, pp. 11-14
                      5. 'Going Down This Street, Lord' by William Harlan Hale, pp. 15-18
                      6. Some Negative Thinking About Norman Vincent Peale by William Lee Miller, pp. 19-23
                      7. The Young Germans and the New Army by Norbert Muhlen, pp. 24-26
                      8. The Voice of Moscow Grows Harsh Again by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 27-28
                      9. Indonesia by Jean Lyon, pp. 29-31
                      10. 'Prospects in the Arts and Sciences' by J. Robert Oppenheimer, p. 32
                      11. They Could Have Gone Back by Eric Sevareid, p. 33
                      12. The Natives Are Restless Tonight by Margaret Halsey, pp. 34-35
                      13. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 36
                      14. Bill Mauldin Writes to General Van Fleet by Bill Mauldin, pp. 36-37
                      15. [+]
                        To the Last Man, to the Final Shot by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                        1. The Death of Hitler's Germany by Georges Blond
                      16. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 40-42 - 2 Reviews
                        1. There Is No Asia by Dwight Cooke
                        2. The Quiet Eye by Sylvia Shaw Judson
                      17. Cover by San Bon Matsu
                    2. [+]
                      January 27, 1955 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-3
                      2. Resolved That--- by Chet Huntley, pp. 4-7
                      3. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      4. The New Great Debate by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      5. The Enigma of Ho Chi Minh by Robert Shaplen, pp. 11-18
                      6. An Eyewitness Report on Vietnam by Joseph Buttinger, pp. 19-20
                      7. The 'Night of Horror' in Brooklyn by Marya Mannes, pp. 21-25
                      8. Arthur S. Flemming, Secretary of Just in Case by William H. Hessler, pp. 26-27
                      9. The Revenge of J.F. Dulles by Eric Sevareid, pp. 28-29
                      10. The Men Who Really Run Pakistan by Philip Deane, pp. 30-33
                      11. Enlightened Colonialism by Basil Davison, pp. 34-38
                      12. The Way the Evening Was by Andy Lewis, pp. 39-43
                      13. The Overtrained Audience by Goddard Lieberson, pp. 44-45
                      14. [+]
                        A Prize-Winning Novel by Simone de Beauvoir by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 46 - 1 Review
                        1. The Mandarins by Simone de Beauvoir
                      15. [+]
                        A Psychoanalytical View of Beethoven's Last Years by Lee Culpepper, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                        1. Beethoven and His Nephew by Editha Sterba and Richard Sterba
                      16. Cover by Tony Ruta
                    3. [+]
                      February 10, 1955 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-11
                      3. What Price Peace? by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. I. The Footprints We Leave by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 14-17
                      5. II. Who Gets Watched---and Why and How by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 18-20
                      6. III. Electronic Eavesdropping by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 21-23
                      7. IV. Wild Cards in the Political Deck by William S. Fairfield and Charles Clift, pp. 24-28
                      8. The Atomic Battlefield by Theodore H. White, pp. 29-31
                      9. The Budget Mystery by Eric Sevareid, p. 32
                      10. Mendes-France and the Republican Tradition by Andre Fontaine, pp. 33-35
                      11. Egypt by Claire Sterling, pp. 36-40
                      12. The Japanese Tea Set by Edwin Samuel, pp. 41-43
                      13. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 44-45
                      14. [+]
                        Journey Without Return by Frances Frenaye, p. 46 - 1 Review
                        1. Journey Without Return by Raymond Maufrais
                      15. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 46-50 - 3 Reviews
                        1. The Fifty-Minute Hour by Robert M. Lindner
                        2. Timber in Your Life by Arthur H. Carhart
                        3. The Black Prince, and Other Stories by Shirley Ann Grau
                      16. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                    4. [+]
                      February 24, 1955 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-3
                      2. Multiple Matusows by Eric Sevareid, pp. 4-9
                      3. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-12
                      4. The Fuze Is Burning by Max Ascoli, p. 13
                      5. Our Point of No Return by Thomas R. Phillips, pp. 14-18
                      6. Economics for 1955 by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 19-21
                      7. The Wide-open Town on the Chattahouchee by Douglass Cater, pp. 22-26
                      8. 'Partnership' vs. the Public Interest by Senator Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 27-30
                      9. The Message of Washington by Saul K. Padover, pp. 31-32
                      10. The 'Isms' Are Out by Norman Thomas, p. 33
                      11. Libya by Ray Alan, pp. 34-38
                      12. The Indian Army, Sword of the 'Nonviolent' by Desmond Howe, pp. 39-41
                      13. The Boom in American History by William Harlan Hale, pp. 42-45
                      14. [+]
                        Paris Report on a Charming Monster by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 46 - 1 Review
                        1. Bonjour Tristesse by Francoise Sagan
                      15. [+]
                        Movies by Robert Bingham, pp. 47-50 - 3 Reviews
                        1. The Country Girl (1954 Film) by George Seaton
                        2. Romeo and Juliet (1954 Film) by Renato Castellani
                        3. Animal Farm (1954 Film) by Joy Batchelor and John Halas
                      16. Cover by Reg Massie
                    5. [+]
                      March 10, 1955 Issue = 18 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. Recurrence to Principle by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. Who Are the Formosans? by J. Raymond Dyer, pp. 14-17
                      5. Present Conditions on the Island by Preston Schoyer, p. 18
                      6. An Important Link in the Chain by Thomas R. Phillips, pp. 19-20
                      7. Foreign Policy by Douglass Cater, pp. 21-23
                      8. Vale, Hale by William Harlan Hale, p. 24
                      9. The Fabulous Firm of Merrill Lynch by Martin Mayer, pp. 25-29
                      10. Will the President Run Again? by Eric Sevareid, p. 30
                      11. France by Blake Ehrlich, pp. 31-34
                      12. What Do the Communists Mean by 'Peaceful Coexistence'? by Vernon Aspaturian, pp. 35-37
                      13. Behind the Soviet Facade by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 38-41
                      14. How to Tell Good Guys from Bad Guys by John Steinbeck, pp. 42-43
                      15. [+]
                        'The Most Famous Book That Was Never Written' by Francis Downing, p. 44 - 1 Review
                        1. Acton on History by Lionel Kochan
                      16. Homage to Leopardi: I. His Life at Recanti by Donald J. Hall, p. 45
                      17. [+]
                        Homage to Leopardi: II. 'Remote and Pure' by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 46-50 - 1 Review
                        1. Leopardi by Iris Origo
                      18. Cover by Paul Nonay
                    6. [+]
                      March 24, 1955 Issue = 18 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. Britain 'Goes It Alone' by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      4. Sir Winston Orders a Bomb by Alastair Hetherington, pp. 11-14
                      5. What the Russian Are Told by Leo Gruliow, pp. 15-19
                      6. Partnership in Power and the Public Interest by Representative Harris Ellsworth, pp. 20-22
                      7. The President in Your Living Room by Douglass Cater, pp. 23-24
                      8. 'Dynamic Conservatism' by Eric Sevareid, p. 25
                      9. Should Communists Be Allowed to Eat? by Paul Jacobs, pp. 26-27
                      10. The Soviet Spy Case That Shook Australia by Douglas Wilkie, pp. 28-32
                      11. The Arab League by Ray Alan, pp. 33-36
                      12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 37-38
                      13. Intimate Confessions of an ex-Book Editor by Luise Putcump, Jr., p. 39
                      14. The Ordeal of Henry Duffill by Robert Gordon, pp. 40-41
                      15. [+]
                        The Growing Abuse of an Ancient Power by Alan Barth, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                        1. Grand Inquest by Telford Taylor
                      16. [+]
                        Troubled hans, the Cobbler's Son by Nora Magid, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                        1. Hans Christian Andersen by Rumer Godden
                      17. [+]
                        Reflections on the First Soviet Interregnum by Theodore Draper, pp. 46-50 - 1 Review
                        1. The Interregnum, 1923-1924 by Edward H. Carr
                      18. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                  2. [+]
                    Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1955 = 7 Issues, 122 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      April 7, 1955 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. The Road from Yalta by Max Ascoli, pp. 10-11
                      4. The Age of the Thinking Robot, and What It Will Mean to Us by Robert Bendiner, pp. 12-18
                      5. The Military Background of the Yalta Agreements by Louis Morton, pp. 19-21
                      6. Franco and His Friends the Moors by Rom Landau, p. 22
                      7. Are Atomic Tests Dangerous? by Eric Sevareid, pp. 23-27
                      8. Anna Louise Goes Home Again by Paul Willen, pp. 28-30
                      9. The Job Harold Stassen Leaves Unfinished by Representative Harrison A. Williams, pp. 31-33
                      10. The Illinois Legion and 'Positive Americanism' by Charles Komaiko and Jean Komaiko, pp. 34-35
                      11. The Sweetest Boy in All the World by Robert Ardrey, pp. 36-38
                      12. Broadway Speculations by Marya Mannes, pp. 39-40
                      13. How Henry Regnery Got That Way by Thomas D. Parrish, pp. 41-43
                      14. [+]
                        The Creative Criticism of Lionel Trilling by Nora Magid, p. 44 - 1 Review
                        1. The Opposing Self by Lionel Trilling
                      15. [+]
                        An Unretouched Self-Portrait of the Soviet Regime by Theodore Draper, pp. 45-50 - 1 Review
                        1. The Soviet Regime: Communism in Practice by W.W. Kulski
                      16. Cover by Donald Higgins
                    2. [+]
                      April 21, 1955 Issue = 19 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. The Liberal Magazine by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. Eisenhower by Richard H. Rovere, pp. 14-19
                      5. Italy's Oil Rush and That Man Mattei by Claire Sterling, pp. 20-24
                      6. German Arms and the Men by Charles W. Thayer, pp. 25-30
                      7. Quemoy and Formosa as I Saw Them by Thomas R. Phillips, pp. 31-33
                      8. 'Paper Tiger' by John Carter Vincent, p. 34
                      9. Government by Leak by Douglass Cater, pp. 35-36
                      10. The Small Band Is Dwindling by Eric Sevareid, p. 37
                      11. How We Look from the North by Leslie Roberts, pp. 38-40
                      12. Dr. Freud Coaching at Third by Richard M. Jones, pp. 41-44
                      13. Memo to a Hollywood Producer by Marya Mannes, p. 45
                      14. From Edison to Hi-Fi by Roland Gelatt, pp. 46-48
                      15. Was T.E. Lawrence a Fake? by John Rosselli, pp. 49-51
                      16. [+]
                        The New Puerto Rico and Its Leader by Lee Culpepper, pp. 52-53 - 1 Review
                        1. Transformation: The Story of Modern Puerto Rico by Earl Parker Hanson
                      17. [+]
                        Galileo, Too, Was Denied Clearance by H.S. Polin, pp. 54-55 - 1 Review
                        1. The Crime of Galileo by Giorgio de Santillana
                      18. [+]
                        Manzoni's Modest Masterpiece by Frances Frenaye, pp. 56-58 - 1 Review
                        1. Manzoni and His Times by Archibald Colquhoun
                      19. Cover by Don Higgins
                    3. [+]
                      May 5, 1955 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. My Ninety Days in Washington by Edward Corsi, pp. 10-17
                      4. Jean Monnet and the Future of Europe by Edmond Taylor, pp. 18-21
                      5. Political Reunion in the Vienna Woods by William Harlan Hale, pp. 22-23
                      6. The Triumvirate that Replaces Sir Winson by William Clark, pp. 24-26
                      7. Our Extraordinary Solicitor General by Anthony Lewis, pp. 27-29
                      8. The Democrats' Tactics by Eric Sevareid, p. 30
                      9. Do Protectionist Tariffs Really Protect Us? by Eugene Gregg, pp. 31-33
                      10. A Slight (Archaic) Case of Murder by Robert Ardrey, pp. 34-35
                      11. [+]
                        Movies: Passion in the Bronx by Robert Bingham, pp. 36-37 - 1 Review
                        1. Marty (1955 Film) by Delbert Mann
                      12. [+]
                        Fundamentalism in Finance by Mark Van Doren, pp. 38-40 - 1 Review
                        1. The Great Crash, 1929 by John Kenneth Galbraith
                      13. [+]
                        A Columnist's Guide to Darkest Africa by Virgilia Peterson, p. 41 - 1 Review
                        1. Something of Value by Robert Ruark
                      14. [+]
                        Can Johnny Read? by Fred M. Hechinger, pp. 42-44 - 1 Review
                        1. Why Johnny Can't Read by Rudolf Flesch
                      15. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 45-50 - 9 Reviews
                        1. The Good Shepherd by C.S. Forester
                        2. The Gates of the Sea by Philippe Diole
                        3. They Thought They Were Free by Milton Mayer
                        4. The Night of Time by Rene Fulop-Miller
                        5. The Piltdown Forgery by Joseph Sidney Weiner
                        6. The Assassins by Robert J. Donovan
                        7. A Dream of Treason by Maurice Edelman
                        8. Booth Tarkington: Gentleman From Indiana by James L. Woodress
                        9. Wall Street: Men and Money by Martin Mayer
                    4. [+]
                      May 19, 1955 Issue = 19 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. The Counterfeiters by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      4. 1. Chou En-lai at the Asian-African Meeting by James Cameron, pp. 11-13
                      5. 2. Mao's 'Paradise' as Seen from India by C. Martin Wilbur, pp. 14-16
                      6. 3. Are Religions the Opium of the People? by James Cameron, pp. 17-18
                      7. Intelligence on a Silver Platter by Murray Green, pp. 19-21
                      8. The Split Personality of Congressman Walter by Douglass Cater, pp. 22-25
                      9. From Cover to Cover by Eric Sevareid, p. 26
                      10. Abe Goff, Our Chief Censor by Dorothy Kahn, p. 27
                      11. On the Eve of the British Election by Woodrow Wyatt, pp. 28-30
                      12. Sweden's Muscular Neutrality by Blake Ehrlich, pp. 31-34
                      13. Country Music by Eli Waldron, pp. 35-37
                      14. Are There Millions in Your Attic? by Poyntz Tyler, pp. 38-40
                      15. The Morbid Magic of Tennessee Williams by Marya Mannes, pp. 41-42
                      16. [+]
                        The Permanence of Walt Whitman by Sidney Alexander, pp. 43-45 - 4 Reviews
                        1. The Solitary Singer by Gay Wilson Allen
                        2. Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman
                        3. The Portable Walt Whitman by Mark Van Doren and Walt Whitman
                        4. The Whitman Reader by Maxwell Geismar and Walt Whitman
                      17. [+]
                        As Others See Us, p. 46 - 1 Review
                        1. Politics in America by D.W. Brogan
                      18. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 47-50 - 12 Reviews
                        1. The Tyranny of Progress by Albert Salomon
                        2. The Dream of Success by Kenneth S. Lynn
                        3. Laurette by Marguerite Courtney
                        4. The Television Plays by Paddy Chayefsky
                        5. The Selected Letters of Anton Chekhov by Lillian Hellman and Anton Chekhov
                        6. The Seagull on the Step by Kay Boyle
                        7. Diplomatic Conclusions by Roger Peyrefitte
                        8. The Best Butter by Jean Dutourd
                        9. France: The Tragic Years, 1939-1947 by Sisley Huddleston
                        10. Vichy: Political Dilemma by Paul Farmer
                        11. Secularism is the Will of God by Horace M. Kallen
                        12. Forbidden Neighbors by Charles Abrams
                      19. Cover by Robert Shore
                    5. [+]
                      June 2, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                      3. Back to Fortress America by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                      4. The Crucial Hour for Italian Democracy by Claire Sterling, pp. 10-13
                      5. West Germany, the Precarious Miracle by Myron M. Cowan, pp. 14-17
                      6. The Atlantic Alliance by Edmond Taylor, pp. 18-21
                      7. Let's Talk About Immigration by Edward Corsi, pp. 22-25
                      8. How Philadelphia Stopped a Race Riot by Hannah Lees, pp. 26-28
                      9. The Southern Textile Tale by Douglass Cater, pp. 29-31
                      10. History Class by Eric Sevareid, p. 32
                      11. The Mystery Man of the Tanker Fleet by Curtis Cate, pp. 33-36
                      12. The Last, the Very Last by Ray Bradbury, pp. 37-38
                      13. Country Music---II by Eli Waldron, pp. 39-41
                      14. [+]
                        On Freedom Again---and Never Too Often by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                        1. Government by Investigation by Alan Barth
                      15. [+]
                        Are You Wearing Your Hair Shirt? by Robert Bingham, p. 44 - 1 Review
                        1. An End to Innocence by Leslie A. Fiedler
                      16. [+]
                        It's Only a Second-Class Dragon by Harlan Cleveland, pp. 45-46 - 3 Reviews
                        1. The Prospects for Communist China by W.W. Rostow, Richard W. Hatch, and Frank A. Kierman, Jr., ...
                        2. Wanted: An Asian Policy by Edwin O. Reischauer
                        3. An American Policy in Asia by Walter W. Rostow and Richard W. Hatch
                      17. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 47-50 - 7 Reviews
                        1. All the Sexes by George W. Henry
                        2. The Dinner Party by Gretchen D. Finletter
                        3. The Crecy War by Alfred H. Burne
                        4. The Land and People of South Africa by Alan Paton
                        5. News is a Singular Thing by Marguerite Higgins
                        6. The Challenge of Scandinavia by William L. Shirer
                        7. Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen by Norman Thomas
                    6. [+]
                      June 16, 1955 Issue = 18 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                      3. There Is No Alternative by Max Ascoli, p. 8
                      4. Politics of Nostalgia by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 9-11
                      5. Young Conservatives at Old Harvard by James Reichley, pp. 12-15
                      6. Britain's Political Pendulum by Hewart Bailey, pp. 16-18
                      7. Juan Peron's War with the Catholic Church by Herbert L. Matthews, pp. 19-22
                      8. The Great Flight from Stalinism by Isaac Deutscher, p. 23
                      9. Western Pactomania in the Middle East by Ray Alan, pp. 24-25
                      10. Every Congressman a Television Star by Douglass Cater, p. 26
                      11. The Voracious Monster by Eric Sevareid, p. 27
                      12. Is Fluoridation a Marxist Plot? by Vic Reinemer, pp. 28-30
                      13. The Eagles of Swaziland by Robert Ardrey, pp. 31-33
                      14. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 34
                      15. [+]
                        The Thousand Faces of Stalin by Mark Van Doren, pp. 35-37 - 1 Review
                        1. The Cypresses Believe in God by Jose Maria Gironella
                      16. [+]
                        The Further Travels of 'An Amiable Pretty Man' by Anne Fremantle, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                        1. Boswell on the Grand Tour by Frank Brady, Frederick A. Pottle, and James Boswell, ...
                      17. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 40-42 - 4 Reviews
                        1. Napoleon's Letters by J.M. Thompson and Napoleon
                        2. How Not to Write a Play by Walter Kerr
                        3. Mine Boy by Peter Abrahams
                        4. The Day the Century Ended by Francis Irby Gwaltney
                      18. Cover by San Bon Matsu
                    7. [+]
                      June 30, 1955 Issue = 18 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-5
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                      3. Toward Geneva by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                      4. Britain Makes Headway in Atomic Power by Lin Root, pp. 10-13
                      5. A Statement on Atoms for Peace by Senator Clinton P. Anderson, pp. 14-15
                      6. The Growing Power of the Soviet Air Force by Thomas R. Phillips, pp. 16-19
                      7. Is Disarmament Finally in Sight? by William R. Frye, pp. 20-25
                      8. Labor by Murray Kempton, pp. 26-29
                      9. The Siegfried Line by Eric Sevareid, p. 30
                      10. The 'Real' Americans Hold a Convention by Hale Champion, pp. 31-33
                      11. A Word of Caution to Tort-Feasors by Robert Wallace, pp. 34-37
                      12. Turn to the Right on the Left Bank by Edmond Taylor, pp. 38-39
                      13. On Fogies and Figaro by Roland Gelatt, pp. 40-41
                      14. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 42
                      15. [+]
                        'The Mind of America' by Lindsay Rogers, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
                        1. Communism, Conformity, and Civil Liberties by Samuel A. Stouffer
                      16. [+]
                        The Economic Growth of the United States by Herbert E. Klarman, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                        1. America's Needs and Resources by J. Frederic Dewhurst
                      17. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 47-50 - 10 Reviews
                        1. Essays on Freedom and Power by Lord John Acton and Gertrude Himmelfarb
                        2. The Trap by Dan Jacobson
                        3. El Greco by Antonina Vallentin
                        4. The French Broad by Wilma Dykeman
                        5. Winter Notes on Summer Impressions by Fyodor M. Dostoevsky
                        6. America at Mid-Century by Andre Siegfried
                        7. Failure of a Revolution by Rudolf Coper
                        8. Twenty-One Stayed by Virginia Pasley
                        9. Churchill: His Life in Photographs by Randolph S. Churchill and Helmut Gernsheim
                        10. The Private Diary of a Public Servant by Martin Merson
                      18. Cover by William Walton
                  3. [+]
                    Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1955 = 4 Issues, 61 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      July 14, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 6-7
                      3. Off to a Good Start by Max Ascoli, p. 8
                      4. The Strange Neutrals of Panmunjom by Hans J. Briner, pp. 9-11
                      5. Germany by Richard A. Yahraes, pp. 12-14
                      6. Why the Soviet Woos That 'Mongrel' Tito by Hamilton Fish Armstrong, pp. 15-19
                      7. The Polio Game by Lin Root, pp. 20-27
                      8. How Canada Handled the Salk Vaccine by Robert Crichton, pp. 28-31
                      9. The Passport Decision by Eric Sevareid, p. 32
                      10. The Sudan as the British Leave by Don Cook, pp. 33-36
                      11. The Hour of Destiny Strikes for Ambassador Stufflebeam by William Harlan Hale, pp. 37-39
                      12. What's Wrong with Gold? by Robert Ardrey, pp. 40-42
                      13. Three Who Came Back by Martin Mayer, pp. 43-44
                      14. [+]
                        'Thank You, Miss Dane' by Marya Mannes, p. 45 - 1 Review
                        1. The Flower Girls by Clemence Dane
                      15. [+]
                        France's Revolt Against History by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                        1. France Against Herself by Herbert Luethy
                      16. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 4 Reviews
                        1. The Republic of Letters by Louis Kronenberger
                        2. Elinor Glyn by Anthony Glyn
                        3. Davy Crockett's Own Story by Davy Crockett and Milton Glaser
                        4. The Life of Davy Crockett by Davy Crockett
                      17. Cover by Marvin Mitchneck
                    2. [+]
                      August 11, 1955 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. The Miracle by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. The 'Engineering of Consent' by Robert Bendiner, pp. 14-23
                      5. President Eisenhower's Geneva Plan by Thomas R. Phillips, pp. 24-25
                      6. Morocco by John K. Cooley, pp. 26-31
                      7. Charles de Gaulle and the Summons of History by Edmond Taylor, pp. 32-35
                      8. Five Hot Days in Gary, Indiana by Warner Bloomberg, Jr., pp. 36-38
                      9. Is This the Year of the Peaceful Atom? by Jerome D. Luntz, pp. 39-42
                      10. The Geopolitics of Baseball by Charles Einstein, pp. 43-45
                      11. Getrude Stein's American years by Elizabeth Sprigge, pp. 46-51
                      12. [+]
                        Movies by Robert Bingham, pp. 52-53 - 3 Reviews
                        1. Summertime (1955 Film) by David Lean
                        2. The Shrike (1955 Film) by Jose Ferrer
                        3. Gate of Hell (1953 Film) by Teinosuke Kinugasa
                      13. [+]
                        The Twisted History of Our 1930's by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 54-55 - 1 Review
                        1. Part of Our Time by Murray Kempton
                      14. [+]
                        A Thomist in the Modern World by William Lee Miller, pp. 56-58 - 1 Review
                        1. The Social and Political Philosophy of Jacques Maritain by Joseph W. Evans, Leo R. Ward, and Jacques Maritain, ...
                      15. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                    3. [+]
                      September 8, 1955 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. If Not Force, Then What? by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. How Long Will New York Wait? by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 14-17
                      5. Snapshots of the Interstate Metropolis, pp. 18-22
                      6. Disarmament and Security after Geneva by Sir John Slessor, pp. 23-26
                      7. Security: Interim Reports by Anthony Lewis, pp. 27-29
                      8. The Dawn Comes Up in Malaya by Alex Josey, pp. 30-32
                      9. Is Germany the Key to Soviet Maneuvers? by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 33-36
                      10. Reeling, Writhing---and Grouping by Hortense Calisher, pp. 37-40
                      11. A Few False Notes at Newport by Roger Maren, pp. 41-44
                      12. [+]
                        Dr. Hachiya at Hiroshima by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                        1. Hiroshima Diary by Michihiko Hachiya and Warner Wells
                      13. [+]
                        Huxley: The Infant in the Powerhouse by Sidney Alexander, p. 47 - 1 Review
                        1. The Genius and the Goddess by Aldous Huxley
                      14. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 4 Reviews
                        1. The Kaiser by Joachim von Kurenberg
                        2. Epstein: An Autobiography by Jacob Epstein
                        3. The Picnic at Sakkara by P.H. Newby
                        4. The Great Man by Al Morgan
                      15. Cover by Marvin Bileck
                    4. [+]
                      September 22, 1955 Issue = 14 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-11
                      3. From Utopia to Reality by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. Mr. Stassen's 'Burglar Alarm' by William R. Frye, pp. 14-19
                      5. Finland by J.H. Huizinga, pp. 20-22
                      6. How Canada Welcomes Immigrants by Robert Crichton, pp. 23-27
                      7. Off They Went into the Wild Blue by George Orick, pp. 28-29
                      8. The Mississippi Primaries by David Halberstam, pp. 30-31
                      9. Children in Trouble by Marya Mannes, pp. 32-37
                      10. The Tree Climbers by Tambimuttu, pp. 38-41
                      11. A Day in Berenson's Ninety-first Year by Judith Friedberg, pp. 42-45
                      12. [+]
                        New Orleans and New York by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 46-47 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Band of Angels by Robert Penn Warren
                        2. Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk
                      13. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 4 Reviews
                        1. The Notebooks of Major Thompson by Pierre Daninos
                        2. The Vintage Mencken by Alistair Cooke and H.L. Mencken
                        3. The Rhine by Felizia Seyd
                        4. On the Waterfront by Budd Schulberg
                      14. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                  4. [+]
                    Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1955 = 7 Issues, 118 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      October 6, 1955 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. Democracy's Test by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. The Quizmasters Fasten Onto Higher Education by William Harlan Hale, pp. 14-19
                      5. The Wastelands Revisited by William Lee Miller, pp. 20-25
                      6. The Incredible Mayor of Florence by Sophia Podolsky, pp. 26-28
                      7. Is European Socialism Dead? by Eric Sevareid, p. 29
                      8. Segregation, Housing, and the Horne Case by Charles Abrams, pp. 30-32
                      9. Why Public Power Is Here to Stay by Albert Lepawsky, pp. 33-37
                      10. Music by Montage and Mixing by Roger Maren, pp. 38-42
                      11. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 43-44
                      12. [+]
                        Duty! Germany! The War! by Al Newman, p. 45 - 1 Review
                        1. A German Officer by Serge Groussard
                      13. [+]
                        The Actress and the Writer by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                        1. Heritage by Anthony West
                      14. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 5 Reviews
                        1. Start from Somewhere Else by Oliver St. John Gogarty
                        2. The Face of a Hero by Pierre Boulle
                        3. Germinie by Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
                        4. Cartoon Treasury by Lucy Black Johnson and Pyke Johnson, Jr.
                        5. Mandarin Red by James Cameron
                      15. Cover by Charles MacMaster
                    2. [+]
                      October 20, 1955 Issue = 16 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. The Turning Point by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      4. The Founding Fathers and Presidential Disability by Sidney Hyman, pp. 11-12
                      5. Regression vs. Conservatism in Georgia by Douglass Cater, pp. 13-16
                      6. The Philadelphia Election by Hannah Lees, pp. 17-20
                      7. The Troubles on Israel's Frontiers by Ray Alan, pp. 21-25
                      8. Is Any Man Indispensible? by Eric Sevareid, p. 26
                      9. The Atom Can Be Peaceful If by Oliver Townsend, pp. 27-31
                      10. Little Red Schoolhouse in the Middle of the Road by William Lee Miller, pp. 32-36
                      11. Haiti by Sabine Gova, pp. 37-41
                      12. A Seat in the Stalls by Marya Mannes, pp. 42-43
                      13. [+]
                        Mr. Gunther Assimilates Another Continent by Harold R. Isaacs, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                        1. Inside Africa by John Gunther
                      14. [+]
                        Not Even Good Pornography by Sidney Alexander, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                        1. The Deer Park by Norman Mailer
                      15. [+]
                        The Dangers of 'Preventive Law' by Anthony Lewis, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                        1. National Security and Individual Freedom by John Lord O'Brian
                      16. Cover by Marianne Davidson
                    3. [+]
                      November 3, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 10-11
                      3. 195619C Issues First, Men Second by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                      4. Estes Kefauver, Most Willing of the Willing by Douglass Cater, pp. 14-17
                      5. The Longest Campaign in History by Eric Sevareid, p. 18
                      6. An Imaginary Talk with James Reston by William Lee Miller, p. 19
                      7. The Labor Vote by Robert Bendiner, pp. 20-22
                      8. Egypt's Liberation Province, the Beginning of a Beginning by Martin Flavin, pp. 23-29
                      9. Paris: Revolt of the 'Casbahs' by Edmond Taylor, pp. 30-31
                      10. The Perilous Delusion of Security by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 32-35
                      11. Back to Nature with Two Cars by William Harlan Hale, pp. 36-37
                      12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 38-39
                      13. A Lion in the Garden by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 40
                      14. A Great Orchestra and the Man Behind It by Martin Mayer, pp. 41-43
                      15. France by Guy Dumur, pp. 44-46
                      16. [+]
                        A Fine Australian Novel by Sidney Alexander, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                        1. The Tree of Man by Patrick White
                      17. Cover by Robert Shore
                    4. [+]
                      November 17, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-10
                      3. Geneva Revisited by Max Ascoli, p. 11
                      4. The Case of Roger Touhy by Milton Mayer, pp. 12-20
                      5. Indonesia by Peter Schmid, pp. 21-27
                      6. The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury by S.L. Solon, pp. 28-29
                      7. The Nightmare Adventure of Irving Markheim by Paul Jacobs, p. 30
                      8. 'Shooting Our Own Sentries' by Eric Sevareid, p. 31
                      9. The Prettiest Reactor Ever Built by Laura Fermi, pp. 32-33
                      10. [+]
                        Movies by Robert Bingham, pp. 34-36 - 1 Review
                        1. Othello (1952 Film) by Orson Welles
                      11. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 37-38
                      12. Haiti---II by Sabine Gova, pp. 39-41
                      13. [+]
                        The Protocols of Maxim Litvinov by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 42-45 - 1 Review
                        1. Notes for a Journal by Maxim M. Litvinov
                      14. [+]
                        Rebels in Reverse on Modern Art by William Harlan Hale, pp. 46-47 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Architecture, Ambition and Americans by Wayne Andrews
                        2. The Eye of Man by Selden Rodman
                      15. [+]
                        An Ambassador's Second Report by Harlan Cleveland, p. 48 - 1 Review
                        1. The New Dimensions of Peace by Chester Bowles
                      16. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 3 Reviews
                        1. The Ragged Edge: The Diary of a Crisis by Marquis W. Childs
                        2. Lord of the Flies by William G. Golding
                        3. The Bridge, Vol. I by John Oesterreicher
                      17. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                    5. [+]
                      December 1, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      3. Thank You, Mr. Molotov by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      4. The Hidden America by Max Ascoli, pp. 11-16
                      5. Robert E. Sherwood and Bernard DeVoto by Eric Sevareid, p. 17
                      6. Saudi Arabia by Ray Alan, pp. 18-20
                      7. Can Mao Collectivize Half a Billion Farmers? by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 21-22
                      8. Toward a New Strategy of Graduated Deterrence by Alastair Buchan, pp. 23-27
                      9. When Coconuts Dropped on the G.O.P. by Philip Woodyatt, pp. 28-30
                      10. The Trouble in Lyndon Johnson's Back Yard by Douglass Cater, pp. 31-34
                      11. The Grasshopper and the Ant by Richard Ellmann, pp. 35-37
                      12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 38-39
                      13. [+]
                        'An Andrew Jackson of the Cities' by A.A. Berle, Jr., pp. 40-41 - 1 Review
                        1. Life With Fiorello by Ernest Cuneo
                      14. [+]
                        How It All Looked to Mr. Truman by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 42-45 - 1 Review
                        1. The Year of Decisions by Harry S. Truman
                      15. [+]
                        The Limited World of Alberto Moravia by Sidney Alexander, pp. 46-47 - 5 Reviews
                        1. A Ghost at Noon by Alberto Moravia
                        2. Conjugal Love by Alberto Moravia
                        3. Luca by Alberto Moravia
                        4. Mistaken Ambitions by Alberto Moravia
                        5. Agostino by Alberto Moravia
                      16. [+]
                        Victorians Seen Without Mockery by Thomas D. Parrish, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                        1. Victorian People by Asa Briggs
                      17. Cover by John Lawn
                    6. [+]
                      December 15, 1955 Issue = 19 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-3
                      2. Preliminary Bouts by Eric Sevareid, pp. 4-7
                      3. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 8-9
                      4. Bailing Out the British by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                      5. A Report from Egypt and Israel by Claire Sterling, pp. 11-15
                      6. Tunisian Self-Government by Hal Lehrman, pp. 16-19
                      7. Trouble on the Northern Tier by Ray Alan, pp. 20-22
                      8. Jules Moch on Disarmament, pp. 23-26
                      9. People in Mississippi by William Lee Miller, pp. 27-29
                      10. 2. A County Divided Against Itself by David Halberstam, pp. 30-32
                      11. Which Jefferson Do You Quote? by Clinton Rossiter, pp. 33-36
                      12. The Listener Gets the Works by Roland Gelatt, pp. 37-38
                      13. Jean Cocteau Joins the Immortals by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 39
                      14. [+]
                        The Cat and the Mice by Marya Mannes, pp. 40-41 - 1 Review
                        1. A Charmed Life by Mary McCarthy
                      15. [+]
                        The Diplomacy of Democracy by Max Ascoli, p. 42 - 1 Review
                        1. Democracy in World Politics by Lester B. Pearson
                      16. [+]
                        Free Enterprise and Fiction by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
                        1. Cash McCall by Cameron Hawley
                      17. [+]
                        The Thread of History by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 45-47 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Historical Inevitability by Isaiah Berlin
                        2. Debates With Historians by Pieter Geyl
                      18. [+]
                        Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 8 Reviews
                        1. The Guilty Mind by John Briggs, Jr.
                        2. A Night to Remember by Walter Lord
                        3. The Pipe by Georges Herment
                        4. A Currier and Ives Treasury by Colin Simkin
                        5. An Episode of Sparrows by Rumer Godden
                        6. Matthew Brady by James D. Horan
                        7. Italy Builds by G.E. Kidder Smith
                        8. The Oxford Nursery Rhyme Book by Iona Opie and Peter Opie
                      19. Cover by Donald Higgins
                    7. [+]
                      December 29, 1955 Issue = 17 Articles
                      1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                      2. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-5
                      3. Dear Governor Stevenson by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-7
                      4. That Man Mendes and France's Destiny by Edmond Taylor, pp. 8-12
                      5. Heinrich von Brentano, Adenauer's Heri Apparent by Walter Gong, pp. 13-15
                      6. Our Electoral Machinery and Some Willing Mechanics by Douglass Cater, p. 16
                      7. Improving Hospitality by Eric Sevareid, pp. 17-18
                      8. The Ize Have It by William Lee Miller, p. 19
                      9. The Enigma of Gettysburg by Allen Drury, p. 20
                      10. Battle Royal for Oil by Hale Champion, pp. 21-24
                      11. The Journal of a Writer with a Hole in One Sock by John Cheever, pp. 25-30
                      12. Three Playwrights Compliment Their Audiences by Marya Mannes, p. 31
                      13. The Divine Claudio by Roger Maren, pp. 32-35
                      14. [+]
                        Movies by Robert Bingham, p. 36 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Umberto D. (1952 Film) by Vittorio De Sica
                        2. The Rose Tattoo (1955 Film) by Daniel Mann
                      15. [+]
                        Faint Footprints on the Sands of Time by Sidney Alexander, pp. 37-39 - 2 Reviews
                        1. Longfellow: A Full-Length Portrait by Edward Wagenknecht
                        2. The Poems of Longfellow by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
                      16. [+]
                        Dean Acheson Hires a Hall by Max Ascoli, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                        1. A Democrat Looks at His Party by Dean Acheson
                      17. Cover by Charles MacMaster
                2. [+]
                  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