Politics (November 1944)


Cover (p. 289)
Macdonald, Dwight. "Dual Power" in France (pp. 290-294)
Comment (pp. 294-296)
Comment. Warsaw (2) (pp. 297-298)
Comment. The advantages of a political education (p. 298)
Comment. Why Herr Commandant is smiling (see cover) (p. 298)
Oakes, J. Walter. Reconversion - to what? (pp. 299-303)
Tucci, Nicholas. Commonnnonsense (pp. 304-305)
Glazer, Nathan; Hoffman, Frederick. Behind the Philadelphia strike (pp. 306-308)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). European newsreel (pp. 308-310)
Orwell, George. The ethics of the detective story - From Raffles to Miss Blandish (pp. 310-315)
Smith, Robert Paul. Uncle PM (p. 315)
(Eyewitness). The American Scene. CAP - A worm's eye view (p. 316)
Contributors (p. 316)
Kerr, Wilfred H.. The intelligence office. Randolph and "negroism" (p. 317)
Bek-Gran, Robert. The intelligence office. 5 keys to Europe (p. 317)
Goodman, Paul. The intelligence office. The unalienated intellectual (pp. 318-319)
Macdonald, Dwight. The intelligence office. "Thomas for President?" reply to M. Lewis (pp. 319-320)

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