Politics (January 1947)

Politics (January 1947)

Cover (pag. 1)
Macdonald, Dwight. The german catastrophe. We are responsible (pagg. 2-6)
Gollancz, Victor. The german catastrophe. A report on Germany (pagg. 6-7)
Franck, Sebastian. The german catastrophe. Travel notes; Fall of 1946 (pagg. 7-8)
The german catastrophe. Hunger: the Essen survey (pagg. 9-10)
The german catastrophe. Some personal letters (pagg. 10-14)
Henk, Emil. The german catastrophe. An intellectual writes (pagg. 14-15)
The german catastrophe. A socialist writes (pagg. 15-17)
The german catastrophe. "What we want is to learn" (pagg. 17-18)
The german catastrophe. "What i miss most is the Feuhrer" (pag. 18)
Goodman, Paul. The social format. Plea for a Hesiod (pagg. 19-20)
Comfort, Alex. Responsibility in science and art (pagg. 20-21)
Tucci, Niccolò. Commonnonsense (pagg. 21-22)
Caffi, Andrea (European). Violence and sociability (pagg. 23-28)
Herald, G. W.. Madame Rathenau's letter (pagg. 28-29)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Europe debates nationalization"; "Sweden, not Russia, is model for european nationalization" (pagg. 29-30)
Dryden, Theodore. Periodicals. "Opera: music for the masses" (pagg. 29-31)
The intelligence office (pagg. 31-32)

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