Fall 1965


  • After the Night of the Long Knives by Editors
  • Herman Melville’s Civil War by Jack Lindeman
  • Ideological Diversities and Crises within the Communist Area by Philip E. Mosely
  • Negroes and Whites by Ernest van den Haag
  • T. S. Eliot, 1888-1965 by George Williamson
  • The Hopes and Fears of German Reunification by Jerzy Hauptmann
  • The Postwar Crisis in Latin America by J. Fred Rippy
  • Troubles in Ecumenia by Francis G. Wilson

Reviews

  • Apartheid: Myth and Reality by Allen T. Blount
  • Fate and the German Ethos by Kurt Glaser
  • How Paris Was Spared by William Henry Chamberlin
  • Index to Volume 9 by Editors
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia by Felix Morley
  • Race and the Russians by W.W. Kulski
  • Soldiers and Politics by Thomas L. Lalley
  • The Gnostic Ethos by C. P. Ives
  • The Making of Mao Tse-tung by Paul K.T. Sih
  • The Old-Time Religion by Alma Stone
  • The Uproarious Sage by William Henry Chamberlin
  • Through a Glass – Darkly by Richard N. Current
  • Two Studies in Sanctity by J. M. Lalley

Current Issue

  • John Gray: In Conversation

    by Gene Callahan

  • Sohrab Ahmari vs. Capitalism

    by Allan C. Carlson

  • Ray Bradbury, Sci-Fi Traditionalist

    by Robert Dean Lurie

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