Summer 1967

  • Big Game by Thomas E. Connors
  • Literature or Indoctrination by Harold O. J. Brown
  • Marx: A Socio-Psychological Evaluation by Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi
  • National Self-Determination by C. E. Carrington
  • The First Days of the War by Vladimir Andreyev
  • The Great Society and the American Constitution Tradition by Will Herberg
  • Three Years of Weasel Words – A Sample by Mario Pei
  • We are all guilty. by Editors
  • Whose Rights? by J. Edward Bond


  • A Clear Voice in Babylon by George N. Crocker
  • Aftermath of Conquest by John Gimbel
  • An African Armageddon? by Allen T. Blount
  • Aufklarung and Aftermath by Allan Mitchell
  • His Enigmatic Lordship by Robert H. Ferrell
  • Is Aggression an Evil? by Z. John Levay
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Relativism and Revolt by J. M. Lalley
  • Studies in Mass Murder by Eugene Davidson
  • The Negro’s Dilemma by George S. Schuyler
  • The Uncured Toothache by C. P. Ives
  • Verse by Richard Snyder
  • World of Ancient Rome by John E. Rexine

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