Winter 1958

A Special Number on Education and Society: The Restoration of American Learning

  • Some Lessons from Swiss Education by Harold L. Clapp
  • Tensions in American Education by Leo R. Ward
  • The American University and Society by Julian Marias
  • The State of the American Mind and Heart by Editors
  • The Technician, the Nice Guy, and the Person by Lawrence A. Cummings
  • The Word and the Rope by W. T. Couch
  • Three Students, Bearing Gifts by Raymond Roseliep
  • Wound and the Wounds by Joseph Joel Keith

A Symposium on Intellectuality and Visdom

  • A Footnote on Academic Freedom by Robert Raynolds
  • Intellectuals, Catholics, and the Intellectual Life by John Lukacs
  • Intellectuals, Experts, and the Classless Society by Thomas Molnar
  • The Foremost Philosopher of the Age by Francis G. Wilson
  • The Present Impasse of the Idea of Progress by Peter Stanlis

Correspondence and Comment

  • Dean Terrill by Editors
  • How to Help Modern Age by Editors
  • London Times Literary Supplement Editorial by Editors
  • Louis Filler by Editors
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • The Schoolhouse by Galway Kinnell

Modern Letters

  • Alanbrooke’s Memoirs by Harry Elmer Barnes
  • The Noble Hart That Harbours Vertuous Thought by Robert Y. Drake
  • The Return to Principle: Three Books by Rudolf Allers
  • The Scattered Limbs of the Poet by Paul Carroll

Notes from Abroad

  • The Tourist’s Soviet Russia by Gerhart Niemeyer

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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