Politics (October 1944)

Politics (October 1944)

Contents

Cover (p. 257)
Warsaw (pp. 257-259)
Comment (pp. 260-265)
Woodcock, George. The tyranny of the clock (pages 265-267)
Brown, John J.. American technology: myth vs. reality (pp. 267-270)
Weber, Max Class, Status, Party (pp. 271-278)
Macdonald, Dwight. Thomas for President? (pp. 278-281)
Contributors (p. 281)
Lemann, Bernard. War as an institution (II). The esthetics of bombing (pp. 282-285)
Free and Equal. The strike Tucson (p. 285)
The intelligence office (pp. 286-288)
Calhoun, Don. The intelligence office. Conscientious objection again (p. 287)

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