Against Reading E-mail  

I am shocked, shocked, and in a tizzy, about demands from Wisconsin Republicans to read the e-mail of faculty members at the state university. Can they do that? Can Republicans in my state demand to read my e-mail? I am …





From Sri Lanka  

An attempt by its government—a coalition of left-nationalists and Trotskyists (LSSP)—to muzzle the press has plunged the six-monthold Republic of Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) into the first crisis under its strange new Constitution. This Constitution established the Supreme Court, which …



San Jose: Portrait of a Second-Rate College  

Over nineteen thousand students registered at San Jose State College this fall, two thousand more than a year ago.  This rate of increase is common among California colleges, where the shock of the population explosion has been felt year after …



The So-Called Berlin Question  

The German voters have expressed their dissatisfaction with the foreign policy of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer whom. the socialist leader Dr. Schumacher once, in a premeditated rash of nationalist anger dubbed “the Chancellor of the Allies.” The Socialist vote increased by …



U-2 And Its Repercussions  

PEACETIME SPYING is politically hazardous. It affects national attitudes in much the same way that the peeping tom affects the neighborhood. Invasions of privacy prompt indignation. They make for anger and desperate unreasonableness. That is why the big blunder with …