An Interview with Ignazio Silone  

Why do you write? To communicate.   And when you write, are you consciously partial to certain classes of readers? To the discontented ones, to men and women who are reflective.   What have your books to offer such people? …



The Economics of Joseph Schumpeter  

When an economic theory successfully fuses into one vast system the ideas that an economy continuously reproduces itself without altering levels of production or consumption patterns, that perfect balancing of economic forces is attainable, that the prime movers in economic …





The American Student: A Profile  

During the past few years a number of articles have appeared characterizing the “younger generation” as one which does not “issue manifestoes, make speeches, or carry posters,” a generation silent and undissenting. Thornton Wilder has argued in Harper’s that this …





And Can There Be Peace?  

Mr. Deutscher’s able paper raises a number of problems which certainly go far beyond the immediate purpose of his analysis; yet they go right to the heart of the question which prompts him and others to discuss the future of …



But on Other Terms  

Mr. Deutscher’s article provides so welcome a relief from the tedious speculations, prophecies, and ritualistic expressions of horror which nowadays pass for analysis of Russian society in the pages of American publications, that one is tempted to relax into unqualified …





Miscellany  

“Welcome to Freedom Village” Helen Mears MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN about the failure of the West to gain the “minds and hearts” of Asia. The major reason for this failure, however, is ignored: the extreme divergence of U. S. practice …





The Future of Russian Society  

The views of Isaac Deutscher, author of biographies of Stalin and Trotsky, on the future developments of Russian society have already occasioned much controversy. The article printed below presents what is perhaps the most systematic and concise exposition of his …



The Problem of American Power  

The uneven development of world economy has resulted in a disastrous split between the industrialized West • and primitive East; but it has also brought another split, at the moment quite as important, between the United States and its own …



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