Politics (Spring 1948)

Cover (pag. 73)
Moore, Marianne. In distrust of merits (pag. 74)
Macdonald, Dwight. USA v. USSR (pagg. 75-77)
(Anonymous). The background (pagg. 78-81)
USSR today - documents. Some russians speak (pagg. 82-86)
USSR today - documents. The workers (pagg. 86-88)
Lasky, Melvin J.. USSR today - documents. Interview with a prisoner (pagg. 88-90)
Kolarz, Walter. Soviet panslavism (pagg. 91-95)
Padley, Walter. Empire of free Union? (pagg. 95-100)
Coser, Lewis (Louis Clair); Franck, Sebastian. The Varga episode (pagg. 100-101)
Nabokov, Nicolas. The music purge (pagg. 102-106)
Weidlé, Vladimir. Origins of soviet literature (pagg. 106-109)
Macdonald, Dwight. Bureaucratic culture: Nicholas I and Josef I (pagg. 109-113)
Quantity vs. quality (1). Education (pag. 111)
Quantity vs. quality (2). Literature (pag. 112)
Quantity vs. quality (3). The press (pag. 113)
Macdonald, Dwight. USSR: a layman's reading list of basic books on Russia (pagg. 114-119)
Howe, Irving. Notes on mass culture (pagg. 120-123)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. After seven years. A way of death (pagg. 123-125)
Mills, C. Wright. Books. After seven years. "Sociological poetry" (pagg. 125-126)
Lally, J. M.. Books. Epitaph on Nuremberg (pag. 126)
Goldwater, Ethel. Books. On war, sex and neurosis (pagg. 126-127)
Macdonald, Dwight. Books. Yearbook of the United Nations, 1946-7 (pag. 127)
Bek-Gran, Robert. Books. New college standard dictionary; The american college dictionary (pag. 127)
Schachtel, Ernest G.. On memory and childhood amnesia (pagg. 128-136)
Here and now. Peacemakers (pagg. 136-137)
J. R. S.. Here and now. Is Macedonia beating the system, or vice versa? (pagg. 137-138)
Newton, David R.. Here and now. Is Macedonia beating the system, or vice versa? (pagg. 138-139)
Some letters (pagg. 139-142)
Mears, Helen. Letters. To see ourselves (pag. 142)
Small, Clive. Letters. Letters from Cape Town (pagg. 142-144)
Caldecott, Oliver. Letters. Letters from Cape Town (pag. 144)
Contributors (pag. 144)

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