Spring 1967

  • American Ascendency and European Decline by Franz Schulze
  • Castro and the New York Times by Carl D. McMurray and Charles W. Dunn
  • Eastern Europe in World Power Politics by Philip E. Mosely
  • On the Durable Conservatives by Editors
  • Paul Goodman and the Reform of Education by Samuel M. Thompson
  • The Current West German Scene by Klaus Epstein
  • The Intellectual Shift in East-Central European Marxism-Leninism by Eugen Lemberg
  • The West and the “New Asia” by Richard L. Walker


  • A Mordant Misanthrope by Suzette Morton Zurcher
  • Children of the Light by J. M. Lalley
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • On Culture and Survival by Henry M. Adams
  • On Judicial Subversion by James McClellan
  • Patterns and Prophecies by Francis G. Wilson
  • The Gaiety of Nations by C. P. Ives
  • The Nineteenth-Century Muse by George A. Panichas
  • Two Faces of Germany by Eugene Davidson

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