Summer 1965

  • Eastern Europe by John C. Campbell
  • George Orwell and the Ethics of Revolutionary Politics by Leslie Mellichamp
  • German Reunification and Slavic Attitudes by Wladyslaw W. Kulski
  • On the Cold Conservatives by Editors
  • The Redefinition of Work by Robert L. Cunningham
  • World Communism by Boris Meissner


  • A Saintly Junker by Klaus Epstein
  • Apostasy of Liberalism by Felix Morley
  • Beau Beerbohm by Gabriel Gersh
  • Dos Passos and the Reviewers by J. M. Lalley
  • Dostoevsky: Philosopher or Novelist? by Eliseo Vivas
  • Ethics and Economics by Arthur Kemp
  • Fallacy and Analysis by George W. Carey
  • Metaphysics of Nazism by Klaus Epstein
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Poverty – There and Here by C. P. Ives
  • Presidents and Powers by Frank Grace
  • Pride and Prejudice by Felix Morley
  • The Horizontal Medici by M. Stanton Evans
  • The Manichaean Marxist by Thomas Molnar
  • The Old Soldier by George Morgenstern
  • The Vicious Circle by Orion White, Jr.
  • Theatre or “Drama”? by Kenneth Paul Shorey
  • Three Fateful Years by Henry M. Adams

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