Politics (September 1945)

Contents:
Cover (p. 257)
Macdonald, Dwight. The Bomb (pp. 257-260)
Vogel, Virgil J .. The Bomb (2): birthplace (pp. 261-262)
Orlansky, Harold. The Bomb (3): observations from an asylum (pp. 262-263)
Laughlin, James. !!! FLASH (p. 263)
The soldier reports. American zone, Germany; Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia; Somewhere-in-Belgium; Steyr, Austria; Darmstadt, Germany (pp. 264-265)
Chiaromonte, Nicholas. Koestler, or tragedy made ​​futile (pp. 266-270)
Oakes, Walter J .. The national scene (pp. 270-271)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair). against Europe The Big 3 (pp. 271-273)
Labor imperialism (pp. 274-276)
Frost; Andrea. Letters from France. May 19, 1945 May 26, 1945 June 25, 1945 (pp. 276-279)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Half a million forgotten people: the story of the cotton textile workers; Substandard wages (p. 280)
Bazelon, David T .. Books. The revolutionary committees in the Departments of France, 1793-1794 (pp. 280-281)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Axis rule in occupied Europe (pg. 281)
Mills, C. Wright. Books. The sociology of literary taste (p. 281)
G., AND .. Books. The education of free men (p. 281)
G., AND .. Books. Towards a christian peace. I. A political approach. II. An economic approach (p. 281)
Comfort, Alex. The intelligence office. Conscription must be resisted! (p. 282)
The intelligence office (pp. 282-286)
Malaquais, Jean. The intelligence office. V Class. people (pp. 283-284)
Serge, Victor. The intelligence office. Dead in France (p. 285)
Donaghue, Terence. The intelligence office. Death camps known about earlier (p. 286)
Comment (pp. 286-287)
Comment. Greece (5) (pp. 287-288)
Contributors (p. 288)

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