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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 1955 = 24 Issues, 402 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1956 = 24 Issues, 426 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1957 = 24 Issues, 433 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1957 = 6 Issues, 110 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          January 10, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. The Double Life in Washington and Bonn by William Harlan Hale, pp. 8-11
                          4. North Africa by Edmond Taylor, pp. 12-15
                          5. Turkey by Frank Gervasi, pp. 16-18
                          6. Notes on NATO by Nora Beloff, pp. 19-20
                          7. Does Protectionism Really Protect Us? by Douglass Cater, pp. 21-24
                          8. Minor-League Las Vegas in the Bluegrass State by James A. Maxwell, pp. 25-26
                          9. Rokossovsky by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 27-29
                          10. How the U.N. Troops Were Mobilized by Patrick O'Donovan, pp. 30-31
                          11. The Town That Became 'Everybody's Test Tube' by David Halberstam, pp. 32-35
                          12. Who Decides What Songs Are Hits? by Marya Mannes, pp. 36-38
                          13. The Manly Art, from Freud to Floyd by Josh Greenfeld, pp. 39-40
                          14. The Residence Hotel by James T. McCartin, pp. 41-43
                          15. [+]
                            A Friendly Investigation of J. Edgar Hoover by Walter Millis, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. The FBI Story by Don Whitehead
                          16. [+]
                            The Western Experts Look at Soviet Strength by W.R. Kintner, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. The Red Army, 1918-1945 by B.H. Liddell Hart
                          17. [+]
                            The Pound, the Dollar, and World Trade by August Heckscher, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Sterling-Dollar Diplomacy by Richard N. Gardner
                          18. Cover by Marianne Davidson
                        2. [+]
                          January 24, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-10
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, p. 11
                          3. The Lemon and the Lemonade by Max Ascoli, p. 12
                          4. The World of Jimmy Hoffa---I by Paul Jacobs, pp. 13-18
                          5. What Happened to Hollywood? by Robert Ardrey, pp. 19-21
                          6. Human Depletion by Eric Sevareid, p. 22
                          7. Common Sense on a Common Market by Graham Hutton, pp. 23-25
                          8. How We Failed in Hungary by Leslie B. Bain, pp. 26-28
                          9. Canadian Conventions by G. Gerald Harrop, pp. 29-31
                          10. The Ugly Battle of Orangeburg by Edward Gamarekian, pp. 32-34
                          11. New Shows by Marya Mannes, p. 35
                          12. [+]
                            Movies by Robert Bingham, p. 36 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Baby Doll (1956 Film) by Elia Kazan
                            2. Around the World in 80 Days (1956 Film) by Michael Anderson
                          13. Stereo Sound Comes into the Home by Roland Gelatt, pp. 37-38
                          14. [+]
                            Even Their Best Friends Won't Tell Them by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 39-41 - 4 Reviews
                            1. Trucks, Trouble, and Triumph by Wayne G. Broehl
                            2. The Resurgent Years, 1911-1927 by George Sweet Gibb and Evelyn H. Knowlton
                            3. All Out of Step by Gerard B. Lambert
                            4. My Forty Years with Ford by Charles E. Sorensen and Samuel T. Williamson
                          15. [+]
                            A Mencken Blunderbuss by Robert Bendiner, p. 42 - 1 Review
                            1. On Politics: A Carnival of Buncombe by H.L. Mencken and Malcolm Moos
                          16. [+]
                            George Orwell, A Cricketer's Christian by Sander Vanocur, pp. 43-45 - 2 Reviews
                            1. George Orwell by Christopher Hollis
                            2. The Orwell Reader by George Orwell
                          17. [+]
                            Jack London's Literary Lycanthropy by Sidney Alexander, pp. 46-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Jack London's Tales of Adventure by I. Milo Shepard and Jack London
                          18. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                        3. [+]
                          February 7, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. The World of Jimmy Hoffa---II by Paul Jacobs, pp. 10-16
                          4. Steps Toward a Middle Eastern Peace by James P. Warburg, pp. 17-20
                          5. In Defense of the U.N. by Max Ascoli, p. 21
                          6. Dulles and Congress by Douglass Cater, pp. 22-23
                          7. $200 Million for What? by George Barnes, pp. 24-26
                          8. Israel and the Refugees of the Gaza Strip by Frank Gervasi, pp. 27-28
                          9. Oil by John H. Lichtblau, pp. 29-32
                          10. The Two-Party System Comes to California by Mary Ellen Leary, pp. 33-37
                          11. The Miserly Millionaire of Words by Malcolm Cowley, pp. 38-39
                          12. The Detroit Symphony Finds a New Way to Pay Old Debts by Bernard Asbell, pp. 40-42
                          13. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 43-44
                          14. [+]
                            'To Make All Laws Which Shall Be Necessary and Proper...' by Douglass Cater, p. 45 - 1 Review
                            1. Citadel: The Story of the U.S. Senate by William S. White
                          15. [+]
                            Life and Love in the Split-Level Slums by Bruce Bliven, Jr., p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. The Crack in the Picture Window by John Keats
                          16. [+]
                            Slightly Adrift in Venice by James E. Baxter, p. 47 - 1 Review
                            1. Venice Observed by Mary McCarthy
                          17. [+]
                            Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Autumn Across America by Edwin Way Teale
                            2. The Book of the Sky by A.C. Spectorsky
                          18. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                        4. [+]
                          February 21, 1957 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 10-11
                          3. It Happens in California by Max Ascoli, p. 12
                          4. Hollywood's Fall into Virtue by Robert Ardrey, pp. 13-17
                          5. Cars, Cars, Cars, Roads, Roads, Roads by Dan Jacobson, pp. 18-21
                          6. Teachers in California by Joseph Stocker, pp. 22-25
                          7. Mr. Macmillan Charts a Course by Alastair Buchan, pp. 26-28
                          8. Il Reste Toujours la Bicyclette by Madeleine Chapsal, p. 29
                          9. Making Our Cities Fit to Live In by Hannah Lees, pp. 30-34
                          10. In Support of the U.N. by James P. Warburg and M.A., p. 35
                          11. Vietnam by David Hotham, pp. 36-37
                          12. Syria by Ray Alan, pp. 38-40
                          13. Eric Hoffer by Eugene Burdick, pp. 41-44
                          14. The Unclaimed Legacy of George Frederick Handel by Roland Gelatt, p. 45
                          15. [+]
                            The Gold Rush of 1519 by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. The Bernal Diaz Chronicles by Albert Idell and Bernal Diaz
                          16. [+]
                            The Great Ditchdigger by Lee Culpepper, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                            1. De Lesseps of Suez by Charles R.L. Beatty
                          17. Cover by Dong Kingman
                        5. [+]
                          March 7, 1957 Issue = 21 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-8
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, p. 9
                          3. This Spell of Languor by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                          4. Russia by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 11-13
                          5. Leaning Against Which Economic Wind? by Paul A. Samuelson, pp. 14-16
                          6. The Case for Higher Taxes by Ruby Turner Norris, pp. 17-19
                          7. The Long, Long Queue to Leave Britain by Lionel Birch, pp. 20-21
                          8. The Fate of the Hungarian Refugees by George Bailey, pp. 22-25
                          9. Toward a New Immigration Policy by Senator Clifford P. Case, pp. 26-27
                          10. Our Irrational Nationality Quotas by Judith Laikin, pp. 28-29
                          11. The U.N. Is Not a World Government by Reinhold Niebuhr, pp. 30-31
                          12. Overheard in Berlin by Edmond Taylor, pp. 32-33
                          13. A Polish Puppet Show in Prague by Flora Lewis, pp. 34-36
                          14. Melakia and Mwalim Joseph by Kildare Dobbs, pp. 37-39
                          15. Theater by Marya Mannes, p. 40
                          16. [+]
                            Movies by Robert Bingham, pp. 41-42 - 1 Review
                            1. Edge of the City (1957 Film) by Martin Ritt
                          17. [+]
                            She Sprang from an Old Family Tree by Nora Magid, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. His Monkey Wife, or Married to a Chimp by John Collier
                          18. [+]
                            The Athenians in Decline by Ralph Russell, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. The Echo of Greece by Edith Hamilton
                          19. [+]
                            Berlin Society Before the Wars by Hortense Calisher, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. A Legacy by Sybille Bedford
                          20. [+]
                            Some of Them Were Young and Happy by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. The Walls Came Tumbling Down by Henriette Roosenburg
                          21. Cover by Robert Shore
                        6. [+]
                          March 21, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-8
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, p. 9
                          3. As Texas Goes... by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                          4. The General and the Umbrella by Douglass Cater, pp. 11-14
                          5. Is the Tank Running Low? by John H. Lichtblau, pp. 15-17
                          6. Every Man an Ambassador by William Harlan Hale, pp. 18-22
                          7. The United Nations by Marya Mannes, pp. 23-24
                          8. Aftermath in Hungary by Leslie B. Bain, pp. 25-28
                          9. Hollywood by Robert Ardrey, pp. 29-32
                          10. The Iconoclast of Petal, Mississippi by Albert Vorspan, pp. 33-35
                          11. Excerpts from an Indian Journal---I by Christine Weston, pp. 36-39
                          12. Mr. Bing and the 'Ring' by Paul Henry Lang, pp. 40-41
                          13. [+]
                            The Voyages of Captain Korzeniowski by Albert J. Guerard, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                            1. The Sea Dreamer by Gerard Jean-Aubry
                          14. [+]
                            Liberty's Counsellor-at-Law by R.F. Tannenbaum, p. 44 - 1 Review
                            1. The Lion and the Throne by Catherine Drinker Bowen
                          15. [+]
                            How to Become an International Swindler by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                            1. The Incredible Ivar Kreuger by Allen Churchill
                          16. [+]
                            The Evolution of Eve by Marya Mannes, p. 47 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The American Woman by Eric John Dingwall
                            2. The Three Faces of Eve by Corbett H. Thigpen and Hervey M. Cleckley
                          17. [+]
                            A Moment of Passion on the Croquet Court by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Pnin by Vladimir Nabokov
                          18. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                      2. [+]
                        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1957 = 7 Issues, 123 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          April 4, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. It's More Than a Freudian Slip by Max Ascoli, p. 8
                          4. A New Aid Plan for the Middle East by Harlan Cleveland, pp. 9-12
                          5. Eugene Black, Banker to the World by Douglass Cater, pp. 13-15
                          6. 'Budget, Budget, Who's Got the Budget?' by Eric Sevareid, p. 16
                          7. A Report on Titoism by Claire Sterling, pp. 17-20
                          8. New York's Trade School for Stage-Struck Kids by May Natalie Tabak, pp. 21-24
                          9. Toronto Shows the Way by Robert Bendiner, pp. 25-29
                          10. The I.C.E. Age Is Closing In on Us by Tom Armstrong, pp. 30-31
                          11. Excerpts from an Indian Journal---II by Christine Weston, pp. 32-34
                          12. The Dust Storm by Lois Phillips Hudson, pp. 35-38
                          13. The Maestro's Last Opera by Roland Gelatt, p. 39
                          14. [+]
                            Adenauer's Germany by Gordon A. Craig, pp. 40-43 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Adenauer by Paul Weymar
                            2. A Watcher on the Rhine by Brian Connell
                          15. [+]
                            The Inferno of Albert Camus by Ralph Russell, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. The Fall by Albert Camus
                          16. [+]
                            Tourists Never Go There by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. Village in the Vaucluse by Laurence Wylie
                          17. [+]
                            Somber Lunacy, Stern Illogic by Gore Vidal, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. An Intimate Journal of the Dreyfus Case by Maurice Paleologue
                          18. Cover by Carol Hamann
                        2. [+]
                          April 18, 1957 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. The Road to Dishonor That Ended in Budapest by George Bailey, pp. 10-13
                          4. A Novelist's Thoughts in Post-Stalinist Russia by Alberto Moravia, pp. 14-16
                          5. Constructio ad Absurdum by Louis Fischer, pp. 17-19
                          6. Hollywood by Dore Schary, pp. 20-24
                          7. The Powerhouse of German Defense by Edmond Taylor, pp. 25-29
                          8. The Man from Arkansas Goes After Mr. Dulles by William Harlan Hale, pp. 30-32
                          9. Interim by Patricia Alvis Kosobud, pp. 33-34
                          10. Uncle Lionel's Career in Parliament by Sydney D. Bailey, p. 35
                          11. Excerpts from an Indian Journal---III by Christine Weston, pp. 36-39
                          12. Electronic Music by Roger Maren, pp. 40-42
                          13. Theater by Marya Mannes, p. 43
                          14. [+]
                            Bright Angels and Historical Devils by William Harlan Hale, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. The Crisis of the Old Order, 1919-1933 by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
                          15. [+]
                            George Kennan on the Russian Revolution by David Demarest Lloyd, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. Russia Leaves the War by George F. Kennan
                          16. [+]
                            The Prejudices of Invidious Albion by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Journey of an American by Albion Ross
                          17. Cover by Ruth Fluno
                        3. [+]
                          May 2, 1957 Issue = 19 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. Private Roads to Hell by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                          4. Foreign Policy and Presidential Moralism by Dean Acheson, pp. 10-13
                          5. 'Little Europe' Is Growing Up by Claire Sterling, pp. 14-18
                          6. The TV Pattern by Marya Mannes, pp. 19-22
                          7. 2. Budgets, Machinery, and the Question of Art by Andy Lewis, pp. 23-24
                          8. Government Security and Private Industry by Benjamin D. Segal and Joyce L. Kornbluh, pp. 25-27
                          9. Why the Communists Won in Kerala by Arthur Bonner, pp. 28-30
                          10. The 'Prison Graduates' Take Over Ghana by John Somerville, pp. 31-33
                          11. The Fetish and the Water Buffalo by Jay Jacobs, pp. 34-36
                          12. A Day With Satchmo by David Halberstam, pp. 37-39
                          13. [+]
                            The Man Who Defies 'Easy Explanation' by Douglass Cater, p. 40 - 1 Review
                            1. John Foster Dulles, 1888-1959 by John Robinson Beal
                          14. [+]
                            Ten Days That Shook Some Americans by Robert Bendiner, pp. 41-42 - 1 Review
                            1. The Roots of American Communism by Theodore Draper
                          15. [+]
                            The Sad Passing of Colonel Blimp by Sander Vanocur, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. Low's Autobiography by David Low
                          16. [+]
                            They're Still Fighting the Boer War by Noel Mostert, pp. 44-45 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Anatomy of South African Misery by C.W. De Kiewiet
                            2. Passive Resistance in South Africa by Leo Kuper
                          17. [+]
                            The Writer Is Bound to His Times by Daniel Aaron, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. Politics and the Novel by Irving Howe
                          18. [+]
                            Onward and Upward with the Admen by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 47-50 - 7 Reviews
                            1. The Hucksters by Frederic Wakeman
                            2. Aurora Dawn by Herman Wouk
                            3. Viva Madison Avenue! by George Panetta
                            4. The Wall-to-wall Trap by Morton Freedgood
                            5. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House by Eric Hodgins
                            6. Blandings' Way by Eric Hodgins
                            7. The Golden Kazoo by John G. Schneider
                          19. Cover by Tack Shigaki
                        4. [+]
                          May 16, 1957 Issue = 12 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. There Must Be an End to It by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                          4. Clouds from Nevada by Paul Jacobs, pp. 10-29
                          5. Illumination by Ray Bradbury, pp. 30-31
                          6. Music You Don't Even Have To Listen To by Roland Gelatt, pp. 32-33
                          7. A Green Road in Wiltshire by John Rosselli, pp. 34-35
                          8. [+]
                            Dean Acheson on Congress by Douglass Cater, p. 36 - 1 Review
                            1. A Citizen Looks at Congress by Dean Acheson
                          9. From the Bottom---to the Top of the Best-Seller List by Marya Mannes, p. 37
                          10. [+]
                            In the Name of God and Profit by Anne Fremantle, pp. 38-39 - 1 Review
                            1. The Merchant of Prato by Iris Origo
                          11. [+]
                            India Between Two Worlds by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                            1. The Nature of Passion by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
                          12. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                        5. [+]
                          May 30, 1957 Issue = 19 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's notes, pp. 2-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-8
                          3. Good Teaching Comes First by Philip Horton, p. 9
                          4. A Legacy from the Model T to the Age of ETV by William Harlan Hale, pp. 10-14
                          5. A Professor Converts to the Electronic Age by Thomas P. Lantos, pp. 15-16
                          6. The 21-Inch Classroom by Richard Rose, pp. 17-19
                          7. The Fateful Gamble of Duncan Sandys by Alastair Buchan, pp. 20-22
                          8. Can Gomulka Reconcile the Irreconcilable? by Leslie B. Bain, pp. 23-26
                          9. Plot and Counterplot in Hussein's Jordan by Ray Alan, pp. 27-28
                          10. The Rise and Fall of the Nonskeds by Robert Bendiner, pp. 29-33
                          11. Dr. Oliver's Day of Wrath by Otto Friedrich, pp. 34-37
                          12. The Music of Anton Webern by Roger Maren, pp. 38-40
                          13. The Power of a Positive Left Hook to the Jaw by Josh Greenfeld, pp. 41-42
                          14. [+]
                            The Rock in the Melting Pot by Sidney Alexander, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. The American Conscience by Roger Burlingame
                          15. [+]
                            A Lawyer Files His Appeal by Robert Bendiner, p. 44 - 1 Review
                            1. In the Court of Public Opinion by Alger Hiss
                          16. [+]
                            He Might Have Been a Major Novelist by Ralph Russell, p. 45 - 1 Review
                            1. The Complete Works of Nathanael West by Nathanael West
                          17. [+]
                            Beaverbrook on the Great War by Sander Vanocur, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. Men and Power, 1917-1918 by Lord Beaverbrook
                          18. [+]
                            Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Masaccio: Frescoes in Florence by Peter Bellew and Anton Schutz
                            2. The Sandcastle by Iris Murdoch
                          19. Cover by Robert Bruce
                        6. [+]
                          June 13, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. Europe's Fear of a New Yalta by Max Ascoli, p. 8
                          4. The Atomic Squeeze on Europe by Alastair Buchan, pp. 9-13
                          5. Controls, Inspection, and Limited War by Henry A. Kissinger, pp. 14-18
                          6. A Change in the Air by Eric Sevareid, p. 19
                          7. The Reform That Reformed Itself by William H. Hessler, pp. 20-24
                          8. Khrushchev Charts a New Economic Course by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 25-27
                          9. Indonesia by Gordon Walker, pp. 28-32
                          10. A Field Guide to the Sports Cars by Tom Armstrong, pp. 33-35
                          11. Little Theaters Become Big Business by Gerald Weales, pp. 36-39
                          12. [+]
                            'Where Did She Not Pry, This Great Bee' by Hortense Calisher, pp. 40-42 - 1 Review
                            1. Close to Colette by Maurice Goudeket
                          13. [+]
                            The Very Last Hurrah by John Kenneth Galbraith, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. I'd Do It Again by James Michael Curley
                          14. [+]
                            The Prime Minister's Military Nursemaid by Al Newman, p. 44 - 1 Review
                            1. The Turn of the Tide: A History of the War Years by Arthur Bryant
                          15. [+]
                            Second Looks at the Suez Adventure by Sander Vanocur, p. 45 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Suez War by Paul Johnson
                            2. Guilty Men, 1957 by Michael Foot and Mervyn Jones
                          16. [+]
                            Aunt Dot's White Camel by Sidney Alexander, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. The Towers of Trebizond by Rose Macaulay
                          17. [+]
                            In Defense of Love by Marya Mannes, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. The Decline and Fall of Sex by Robert Elliot Fitch
                          18. Cover by Dan Noonan
                        7. [+]
                          June 27, 1957 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. The Segregated Ballot Box by Max Ascoli, p. 8
                          4. A Report from the South on the Negro Voter by Edward Gamarekian, pp. 9-12
                          5. Some Strange New Converts to the Cause of Civil Rights by Walter F. Murphy, pp. 13-14
                          6. White Supremacy and the 'Filibusteros' by Stuart Long, p. 15
                          7. Syria by Claire Sterling, pp. 16-18
                          8. New Customers for the Shoemakers of Agra by Willard J. Hertz, pp. 19-22
                          9. Egypt's Seizure of Suez by Robert Delson, pp. 23-25
                          10. The Fallout Debate Goes On by Eric Sevareid, p. 26
                          11. How Good Are New York's Schools? by Virginia P. Held, pp. 27-30
                          12. All the Blacksmiths You Want for Twenty Bucks a Thousand by Gene R. Kearney, pp. 31-33
                          13. You Can Sill Hear Her Voice When the Music Has Stopped by Nat Hentoff, pp. 34-36
                          14. Sukiyaki on the Kona Coast by May Sarton, pp. 37-39
                          15. The Summer Soldiers of John R. McDermott by Gerald Weales, pp. 40-43
                          16. [+]
                            The Tragedy Ends on a Small Island by Nathaniel Peffer, p. 44 - 1 Review
                            1. Soviet Russia in China by Kai-shek Chiang
                          17. [+]
                            Concerning Corporate Politics and Bathing in the Nude by John Kenneth Galbraith, p. 45 - 1 Review
                            1. The Durable Fire by Howard Swiggett
                          18. [+]
                            Mr. Berle's Primer of Foreign Relations by Gouverneur Paulding, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. Tides of Crisis by Adolf A. Berle, Jr.
                          19. [+]
                            Some Old Snapshots of the Master Race by Sander Vanocur, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                            1. The Labyrinth by Walter Schellenberg
                          20. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                      3. [+]
                        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1957 = 4 Issues, 73 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          July 11, 1957 Issue = 16 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 1-3
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 4-5
                          3. Notes on Israel by Max Ascoli, pp. 6-17
                          4. Atlanta by Douglass Cater, pp. 18-21
                          5. A Surprise for Uncle Louis by G. Gerald Harrop, pp. 22-23
                          6. 'Times Change, Men Change' by Eric Sevareid, p. 24
                          7. The Rebel of Ebbw Vale by Barbara Vereker, pp. 25-26
                          8. Young Boss of an Old Paper by Robert K. Massie, pp. 27-29
                          9. Lawyers on Trial by Irene Soehren, pp. 30-32
                          10. The Perils and Rewards of Going into Trade by Gore Vidal, pp. 33-35
                          11. The Night There Were No Bombs in Muret by Ray Alan, pp. 36-38
                          12. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 39-40
                          13. Making a Record with Leonard Bernstein by Jay Harrison, pp. 41-43
                          14. The Historian of the Ocean Sea by William Harlan Hale, pp. 44-47
                          15. [+]
                            Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 7 Reviews
                            1. The Taxis of the Marne by Jean Dutourd
                            2. A Houseful of Love by Marjorie Housepian
                            3. The Printer of Malgudi by R.K. Narayan
                            4. Spain: Romanesque Painters
                            5. Cry of the Heart by Hertha E. Pauli
                            6. Tip on a Dead Jockey, and Other Stories by Irwin Shaw
                            7. Russia in Transition, and Other Essays by Isaac Deutscher
                          16. Cover by Al Blaustein
                        2. [+]
                          August 8, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. Could You Stand a Four-Day Week? by Robert Bendiner, pp. 10-14
                          4. Just One of the Boys by Harvey Swados, pp. 15-22
                          5. A Brief Exegesis of Parkinson's Law by C. Northcote Parkinson, p. 23
                          6. Culture with a Sun Tan High in the Rockies by William Harlan Hale, pp. 24-27
                          7. The Good News from France by Edmond Taylor, pp. 28-32
                          8. New Line-up in the Kremlin by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 33-36
                          9. The Senate Debate on Civil Rights by Douglass Cater, pp. 37-39
                          10. Manpower and Brainpower by Eric Sevareid, p. 40
                          11. George M. Humphrey Had a Great Fall by Sidney Hyman, pp. 41-44
                          12. [+]
                            Movies: Big Guns and Faulty Aim by Marya Mannes, pp. 45-46 - 3 Reviews
                            1. The Great Man (1957 Film) by Jose Ferrer
                            2. A Face in the Crowd (1957 Film) by Elia Kazan
                            3. Sweet Smell of Success (1957 Film) by Alexander Mackendrick
                          13. [+]
                            Mrs. Meyer's Program for the Public Schools by August Heckscher, p. 47 - 1 Review
                            1. Education for a New Morality by Agnes E. Meyer
                          14. [+]
                            Atomic Weapons and the German Elections by Gordon A. Craig, pp. 48-49 - 1 Review
                            1. German Rearmament and Atomic War by Hans Speier
                          15. [+]
                            The War That Really Ended War by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 50-51 - 1 Review
                            1. On the Beach by Nevil Shute
                          16. [+]
                            If Only We Wouldn't Talk So Much! by Henry Steele Commager, pp. 52-53 - 1 Review
                            1. The Price of Power by Herbert Agar
                          17. [+]
                            The Best-Laid Plans of Egypt's Pasha in Uniform by Ray Alan, pp. 54-58 - 1 Review
                            1. Revolt on the Nile by Anwar el Sadat
                          18. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                        3. [+]
                          September 5, 1957 Issue = 21 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. A Word of Praise by Dean Acheson, p. 8
                          4. How the Senate Passed the Civil-Rights Bill by Douglass Cater, pp. 9-12
                          5. Is It Strong Enough to Do the Job? by Carl A. Auerbach, pp. 13-15
                          6. A Refrigerator for Tikobain by Edmond Taylor, pp. 16-19
                          7. Habib Bourguiba by Claire Sterling, pp. 20-21
                          8. Between the Saudis and the Sharks by Ray Alan, pp. 22-24
                          9. The Hopes and Obstinancy of Harold Stassen by Chalmers M. Roberts, pp. 25-28
                          10. The Travels and Troubles of Five Spanish Sailors by Paul Jacobs, pp. 29-32
                          11. A Weekend with Eugene O'Neill by Malcolm Cowley, pp. 33-36
                          12. Channels by Marya Mannes, p. 37
                          13. Musical Echoes of the Renaissance by Martin Mayer, pp. 38-39
                          14. [+]
                            Limited Wars or Massive Retaliation? by Paul H. Nitze, pp. 40-41 - 1 Review
                            1. Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy by Henry A. Kissinger
                          15. [+]
                            Mr. Waugh's Bad Dream by Gerald Weales, p. 42 - 1 Review
                            1. The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold by Evelyn Waugh
                          16. [+]
                            A Zulu on the Beach by Sander Vanocur, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. Operation Sea Lion by Peter Fleming
                          17. [+]
                            Expedition into a Wilderness by Sidney Alexander, p. 44 - 1 Review
                            1. Voss by Patrick White
                          18. [+]
                            They Blamed It All on Her by Francis Steegmuller, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                            1. Queen of France by Andre Castelot
                          19. [+]
                            Mark Twain Goes West by Tom Armstrong, p. 47 - 1 Review
                            1. Mark Twain of the Enterprise by Henry Nash Smith, Frederick Anderson, and Mark Twain, ...
                          20. [+]
                            Bureaucrats at Bay by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Come With Me to Macedonia by Leonard Drohan
                          21. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                        4. [+]
                          September 19, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. Russia Raises the Ante by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                          4. The Eisenhower Glow is Fading Away by Sidney Hyman, pp. 11-15
                          5. M. Gaillard's Diagnosis of France's Financial Fever by Edmond Taylor, pp. 16-17
                          6. A Steak Dinner with Jimmy Hoffa by Paul Jacobs, p. 18
                          7. Arab Voices, British Accents, and the Pitfalls of Propaganda by Ray Alan, pp. 19-21
                          8. Big Boom Along the Ohio by William H. Hessler, pp. 22-25
                          9. The FCC by Robert Bendiner, pp. 26-29
                          10. U.S. Aid to Vietnam by David Hotham, pp. 30-33
                          11. Culture After Breakfast by Dean Acheson, pp. 34-35
                          12. The Man with the Knives by Heinrich Boll, pp. 36-39
                          13. Public Masks and Private Eyes by Marya Mannes, p. 40
                          14. The Juke Box in the Abbey by Barbara Vereker, p. 41
                          15. [+]
                            The Man Who Would Not Keep Silent by Lewis Galantiere, p. 42 - 1 Review
                            1. The New Class by Milovan Djilas
                          16. [+]
                            The Jewish Hero in American Fiction by George R. Clay, pp. 43-46 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow
                            2. Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk
                          17. [+]
                            Book Notes by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 47-50 - 4 Reviews
                            1. The Town by William Faulkner
                            2. The Road to Santiago by Walter Starkie
                            3. The Tichborne Claimant by Douglas Woodruff
                            4. The Tichborne Impostor by Geddes MacGregor
                          18. Cover by Benjamin Einhorn
                      4. [+]
                        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1957 = 7 Issues, 127 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          October 3, 1957 Issue = 18 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. The New Soviet Strategy by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 10-11
                          4. The U.S. Missile Muddle by Edward L. Katzenbach, Jr., pp. 12-15
                          5. How Ready Is Our Ready Reserve? by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 16-18
                          6. The Best Hope for Our Big Cities by Lois Balcom, pp. 19-23
                          7. The Army Looks Good to Johnnie Lawrence by David Halberstam, pp. 24-25
                          8. The Durability of the Byrd Machine by Benjamin Muse, pp. 26-29
                          9. Unfinished Business by Eric Sevareid, p. 30
                          10. A Firsthand Report on the Algerian Rebels by Peter Throckmorton, pp. 31-32
                          11. Can U.S. Troops Get Justice in Foreign Courts? by Hermine Herta Meyer, pp. 33-36
                          12. The Late Operas of Richard Strauss by Roland Gelatt, pp. 37-39
                          13. The Sun and the Icicle by William Sansom, pp. 40-41
                          14. [+]
                            The American Aristocracy of James Gould Cozzens by Richard Ellmann, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                            1. By Love Possessed by James Gould Cozzens
                          15. [+]
                            The Dentures Are Free and There's Room at the Top by Norman St. John-Stevas, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. These Are the British by Drew Middleton
                          16. [+]
                            General Patton and a Proper Bostonian by William Harlan Hale, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. Drive by Charles R. Codman
                          17. France by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 47-50
                          18. Cover by Fred Zimmer
                        2. [+]
                          October 17, 1957 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-9
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 10-11
                          3. The Curse of Indecision by Max Ascoli, pp. 12-13
                          4. Sixty-Four Economies in Search of a Policy by Sidney Hyman, pp. 14-17
                          5. The Growing Power of William McChesney Martin by M.J. Rossant, pp. 18-22
                          6. The Improbable Demagogue of Little Rock, Ark. by Colbert S. Cartwright, pp. 23-24
                          7. The Eisenhower Doctrine Fails in Syria by Chalmers M. Roberts, pp. 25-28
                          8. The Boys Who Made Bad by Claire Sterling, pp. 29-30
                          9. Complacency, Conformity, and a Moskvich in Every Garage by Hans Rogger, pp. 31-34
                          10. Ain't Nobody Here but Us Commercials by Marya Mannes, pp. 35-36
                          11. Mais Ce N'est Plus La France by Madeleine Chapsal, pp. 37-39
                          12. Pop Goes the 'Enargia' by Roger Maren, pp. 40-42
                          13. [+]
                            A Monarch in Exile by Marvin Felheim, p. 43 - 1 Review
                            1. A King in New York (1957 Film) by Charles Chaplin
                          14. [+]
                            A Sleepless Night with the Beat Generation by George R. Clay, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. On the Road by Jack Kerouac
                          15. [+]
                            Many Hans Make Heavy Work by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
                            1. Parkinson's Law, and Other Studies in Administration by C. Northcote Parkinson
                          16. [+]
                            Book Notes, pp. 48-50 - 3 Reviews
                            1. South From Granada by Gerald Brenan
                            2. Baruch: My Own Story by Bernard Baruch
                            3. The Arts and Civilization of Angkor by Bernard-Philippe Groslier
                          17. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                        3. [+]
                          October 31, 1957 Issue = 17 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. Thank You, Sputnik! by Max Ascoli, pp. 10-12
                          4. Why Should We Have Been Surprised? by Albert Parry, pp. 13-14
                          5. A Nuts-and-Bolts View of Weapons Development by Hilbert Schenck, Jr., pp. 15-16
                          6. The British Discover Europe by Don Cook, pp. 17-20
                          7. Mr. Thorneycroft and the Sterling Crisis by Graham Hutton, pp. 21-22
                          8. The Ballot Box and the Grocery List by John G. Wofford, pp. 23-26
                          9. Detroit by William Harlan Hale, pp. 27-30
                          10. 'Don't Make Korea Another China' by Charles Edmundson, pp. 31-33
                          11. The Wonderful Buncombe Machine by Eric Sevareid, pp. 34-35
                          12. Look How the Fish Live by J.F. Powers, pp. 36-41
                          13. The Return of Les Fauves by Jay Jacobs, p. 42
                          14. Channels by Marya Mannes, pp. 43-44
                          15. [+]
                            'The Landlord of the Public Estate' by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
                            1. The Democratic Roosevelt by Rexford G. Tugwell
                          16. [+]
                            We Are Still Looking On by Gouverneur Paulding, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                            1. The Selected Writings of John Jay Chapman by Jacques Barzun and John Jay Chapman
                          17. Cover by Gregorio Prestopino
                        4. [+]
                          November 14, 1957 Issue = 21 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. A Spectre Is Haunting Communism by Max Ascoli, p. 10
                          4. Yugoslavia by George Bailey, pp. 11-14
                          5. Did Zhukhov Carry De-Stalinization Too Far? by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 15-16
                          6. Russia by Patricia Blake, pp. 17-19
                          7. China by David Hotham, pp. 20-22
                          8. Knowland, Knight, and the Smile on Nixon's Face by Bruce Bliven, pp. 23-24
                          9. Mr. Hays of Arkansas Meets His Responsibilities by Natalie Davis Spingarn, p. 25
                          10. Equations for Survival by Eric Sevareid, p. 26
                          11. Slums Are a Luxury We Cannot Afford by Oscar H. Steiner, pp. 27-28
                          12. The Meager Harvest of Franco's Twenty Years by Claire Sterling, pp. 29-32
                          13. The Well-Fed Prophet of German Prosperity by Edmond Taylor, pp. 33-35
                          14. Homage to the Master of Prades by Joseph Szigeti, pp. 36-37
                          15. Theater by Marya Mannes, pp. 38-39
                          16. Three Cameras, No Perspective by Robert H. Albert, p. 40
                          17. [+]
                            A Secret Counselor Lists the Curtain by William Harlan Hale, pp. 41-43 - 1 Review
                            1. The Holstein Papers by Norman Rich, M.H. Fisher, and Friedrich von Holstein, ...
                          18. [+]
                            Introduction to a Next-Door Neighbor by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 44-45 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Canada: Tomorrow's Giant by Bruce Hutchison
                            2. The Path of Destiny by Thomas H. Raddall
                          19. [+]
                            Pessimism About Pianists by Roland Gelatt, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. Speaking of Pianists by Abram Chasins
                          20. [+]
                            A Young Woman Acknowledges Sorrow by Nora Magid, pp. 47-50 - 1 Review
                            1. Those Without Shadows by Francoise Sagan
                          21. Cover by Carol Hamann
                        5. [+]
                          November 28, 1957 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. First Things First by Max Ascoli, pp. 10-11
                          4. Thailand by Darrell Berrigan, pp. 12-13
                          5. Pakistan by Thomas R. Kenyon, pp. 14-17
                          6. Malaya by Denis Warner, pp. 18-21
                          7. What the Elections Did Not Prove by Robert Bendiner, p. 22
                          8. Rainy Days in Sunny California by Paul Jacobs, pp. 23-25
                          9. Just the Man to See If You Get Sued by a Martian by Lawrence H. Berlin, p. 26
                          10. The Rejuvenation of the Fourth Republic by Edmond Taylor, pp. 27-29
                          11. The Limits of Limited War by Robert Strausz-Hupe, pp. 30-33
                          12. The French Army by Jean Planchais, pp. 34-36
                          13. The Obstinate Confidence of a Pessimistic Man by Albert Camus and Jean Bloch-Michel, pp. 37-39
                          14. The Indestructible Voice of Kirsten Flagstad by Roland Gelatt, p. 40
                          15. [+]
                            Movies: A Prisoner's Tale by Harris Green, p. 41 - 1 Review
                            1. A Man Escaped (1957 Film) by Robert Bresson
                          16. [+]
                            The Algerian Ordeal of J.J.S.S. by Max Ascoli, p. 42 - 1 Review
                            1. Lieutenant in Algeria by Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber
                          17. [+]
                            The Wartime Friendship of a Cantabrigian and a Croat by Charles W. Thayer, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
                            1. The Heretic by Fitzroy Maclean
                          18. [+]
                            A Review of a Novel You Can't Buy by Richard Schickel, pp. 45-47 - 1 Review
                            1. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
                          19. [+]
                            Two Novelists Lost in the Suburbs by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 48-50 - 2 Reviews
                            1. No Down Payment by John McPartland
                            2. Leave Me Alone by David Karp
                          20. Cover by Dong Kingman
                        6. [+]
                          December 12, 1957 Issue = 20 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-7
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 8-9
                          3. Where Do We Go from Here? by Lester B. Pearson, pp. 10-13
                          4. The Continentals Stand Firm by Edmond Taylor, pp. 14-16
                          5. Will NATO Survive the Paris Conference? by Alastair Buchan, p. 17
                          6. A New 'Crisis of Confidence' by Eric Sevareid, pp. 18-20
                          7. The Intelligent Layman's Guide to Controlling Inflation by William Harlan Hale, pp. 21-22
                          8. Fifteen Weeks Hath September by Robert Bendiner, p. 23
                          9. Pentagon Voices off the Record by Edward Hymoff, pp. 24-25
                          10. Wladyslaw Gomulka and the Balance of Paradox by S.L. Shneiderman, pp. 26-29
                          11. Can Israel Handle Its Growing Arab Minority? by Martin G. Berck, pp. 30-34
                          12. Theater by Marya Mannes, pp. 35-36
                          13. How Captain Hanrahan Made 'Howl' a Best-Seller by David Perlman, pp. 37-39
                          14. Musical Celebrations for Tidings of Comfort and Joy by Roland Gelatt, p. 40
                          15. [+]
                            The Casement Case by Daniel Greenberg, p. 41 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Accusing Ghost of Roger Casement by Alfred Noyes
                            2. Roger Casement: A New Judgment by Rene MacColl
                          16. [+]
                            The Accidents of Compassion by Gerald Weales, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
                            1. A Death in the Family by James Agee
                          17. [+]
                            The Journalist as Philosopher by August Heckscher, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
                            1. America as a Civilization by Max Lerner
                          18. [+]
                            Mrs. Teraski Comes Home by Virgilia Peterson, p. 46 - 1 Review
                            1. Bridge to the Sun by Gwen Terasaki
                          19. [+]
                            5 Reviews The Hours of Jeanne D'Evreux, Queen of France,, pp. 47-50 - 5 Reviews
                            1. The Hours of Jeanne D'Evreux, Queen of France
                            2. Marc Chagall by Walter Erben
                            3. Three Hundred Years of American Painting by Alexander Eliot
                            4. Sienese Painting by Enzo Carli
                            5. Painting and Reality by Etienne Gilson
                          20. Cover by San Bon Matsu
                        7. [+]
                          December 26, 1957 Issue = 14 Articles
                          1. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 2-5
                          2. Who-- What--- Why---, pp. 6-7
                          3. Minds on Trial by Max Ascoli, pp. 8-9
                          4. Galileo and J. Robert Oppenheimer by Giorgio de Santillana, pp. 10-18
                          5. Turkey by Claire Sterling, p. 19
                          6. Portraits of the Age by Feliks Topolski, pp. 20-23
                          7. The Soil Bank Deserves a Better Trial by Carroll Kilpatrick, pp. 24-25
                          8. France Finds Treasure in the Desert by John H. Lichtblau, pp. 26-29
                          9. This Year of Such Great Change by William Harlan Hale, pp. 30-32
                          10. Theater by Marya Mannes, pp. 33-34
                          11. Almost the End of the World by Ray Bradbury, pp. 35-37
                          12. The Case Against Boredom by George R. Clay, pp. 38-39
                          13. But One of Them Is a Bear by Saul K. Padover, pp. 40-42
                          14. Cover by Reg Massie
                    2. [+]
                      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