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Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 1 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the paper's publication MANAS REPRINTS 245 W. 33rd St. Los Angeles, California 90007 USA A Not-for-Profit Endeavor ISBN 1-928614-01-9 TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX TO MANAS ON CD-ROM—Volume 1 SECTION PAGE A...................................................................................1 B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235 F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267 G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305 H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 405 J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425 K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 443 A Abbs, Peter (Continued) XXXVI:5 Quoted from Teachers College Record Fall AA—The Story – Ernest Kurtz, ed. (Harper/Hazeldon, 1988) XLI:21 Noted in Editorial, "Something to Give" Aaron, Daniel XXX:30 Quoted from American Scholar article, Summer 1966, "Thirty Years Later-Memories of the First American Writers' Congress," in Lead, "After Ideologies?" Aaronson, Terri XXIV:24 Her article, "A Tour of Vietnam," in March Environment discussed in Frontiers, "A Ravaged Land" Abbe, Pierre VII:18 Subject of Letter from England Abbey, Edward XI:2 His The Brave Cowboy reviewed in Review, "Did They Read the Manuscript?" XXIII:50 His Desert Solitaire discussed and quoted in Review, "I Can Tell You Where It Was" XXVI:17 His The Brave Cowboy quoted in Review, "The Qualities of Men" XXXIII:16 Quoted from Desert Solitaire in Editorial, "Notes On Simplicity" XXXIV:41 Quoted (from Growing Without Schooling) in Children, "Extracts" XXXVIII:21 Quoted "In Defense of Edward Abbey" by Wendell Berry from Whole Earth Review (Mar. 1985). Also quoted Desert Solitaire, in Children, "A Defense of Edward Abbey" Abbott, William L. XXXII:17 Quoted from March Progressive in Frontiers, "There Will Be Black Studies" Abbs, Peter (editor, Tract) XXVIII:21 His introductory note to The Black Rainbow quoted in Editorial, "A Time of Decision" XXIX:24 His quote of Freud's letter to Binswanger in Tract (16 and 17) used in Lead, "The Composition of Opposites" His Root and Blossom quoted in Children, "Cross-Section" XXX:45 His Proposal for a New College reviewed in "Processes and Goals" XXX:48 Quoted in re TV, from Tract 22, in Editorial "The Dominant Socializing Force" XXX:52 Proposal for a New College quoted in Children, "Two Semi-Utopian Places" XXXI:1 Proposal quoted in Lead, "Ways of Turning Around" XXXIV:44 Quoted re Tract in Review, "Hail and Farewell" (last issue of) XXXV:45 Quoted from English within the Arts in Children, "Despite Everything" XXXV:46 Cited in Children, "Teacher at Work" 1982 in Children re nuclear scientists Abdalla, Ismail-Sabri (Egyptian Director of Institute of National Planning in Cairo) XXX:11 Quoted from APSC study kit in Frontiers, "Some Uncommon Sense" Abel, Lionel XI:18 Quoted from his article (Winter '58) in Partisan Review, dealing with the nature of poetry in Frontiers "Total Poetry" XVI:22 Quoted from April 27 Nation in Lead, "Politics and the Moral Emotions" Abelard, Peter (12th Cent.) I:10 Since his time vigorous thought in West has been anti-dogmatic and anti-theological I:39 Persecuted for discussing Holy Trinity II:19 His questioning mind hunted, persecuted and hounded II:35 Brief reference to in Lead, "What Holds the World Together?" IV:45 Quoted in Lead, "Great Questions V" VI:28 Reference to in Lead, "An Educational Ideal" XXXII:12 Quoted in Lead, "A Consensus of Two" Abelson, Philip H. XXIX:50 Quoted from Oct. 15 Science in Frontiers, "Required Reading on Energy" Abernethy, Robert (Newscaster) XXVII:50 His question to humanist economist being interviewed, used in Lead, "The Dramatic Illustration" Abhay, Bang M. D. XXXVI:52 Ed. with Ashvin J. Patel, M.D. of Health Care – Which Way to Go discussed in Editorial, "Health Care" Abiding Point, The XXXVI:14 Editorial Abileah, Joseph XXXIV:14 Founder of Haifa Symphony Orchestra (violinist) quoted from IFOR Report interview by Jim Forest in Frontiers, "The Long Road" re his 1936 experience with Moslem group Ability to Perceive Wholes, The XXIX:22 Lead Abitare (Italian Magazine) XXXI:40 Marco Fini quoted from May issue in Frontiers, "Linked Awakenings" Ablos, David XXXVI:15 Quoted from Democracy Winter 1983 in Review, "The Gestation Is Over," re the Mexican in the city. 1 Abnormal Phenomenon, An XXIV:20 Editorial Abolition of War, The XIX:46 Review About America and Americans XXVII:9 Frontiers About Circumstances III:5 Editorial (Letter from a woman in Israel) About Establishments XXXIV:25 Frontiers re clever ads About Iran – Some Current History XXXIV:20 Review About Little Issues VIII:15 Frontiers (Raymond Rogers) About Metaphors XXVII:49 Review About Religion —Alfred Reynolds XXI:34 Frontiers About Stories XXVIII:47 Editorial Abraham, Willard XV:2 Quote in June Today's Health given in July 12, 1961 Education Summary and quoted in Children, "A 'Youth' Anthology" (from Jesse Kornbluth's Notes from the New Underground) Abramowitz, Isadore I:24 Review of his The Great Prisoners (Dutton, 1946) XI:43 Reference to and quotes from in Lead, "The Birth of an Epoch" Abrams, Charles XXII:28 His The City is the Frontier discussed and quoted in Review, "A Lost Cause?" XXIII:41 Mention of The City Is the Frontier in Lead, "Vision and Reform" XXVI:16 Quoted from The City Is .the Frontier in Frontiers, "Samplings of the Malaise" XXXVI:49 Quoted The City Is the Frontier in Lead, "Obstacles to Evolution" XXX:40 The City Is .the Frontier quoted in Lead, "The Facts of Life" XXXVIII:47 Quoted The City Is the Frontier (on FHA) in Lead, "The Story of Mankind" Abrams, Garry XXXVII:22 His interview in L.A. Times Jan. 13, 1984 with Joseph Campbell in Frontiers, "Convergences" Abrams, Mark IX:31 His Encounter article, "The Facts of Young Life" quoted in Children Abrams, Meyer Howard XXXIV:7 Quoted his compilation of Coleridge's statements from June 1979 Toward in Frontiers, "A Fiction of Science" Abroad, at Home, and Everywhere XXXIII:19 Frontiers Abt, John J. XXIV:13 His Who Has the Right To Make War? mentioned in Frontiers, "'Winds Out of Pandora's Box'" Abundance for What? — David Riesman XIX:9 Discussed and quoted in Review of same title Abuse of History, The XXIV:7 Lead Academic Clarity XXXI:16 Editorial Academic Freedom and Revolution — Robert Rein'l XXIII:23 Frontiers Academic Freedom in Our Times — Robert MacIver (Columbia University Press) IX:28 Reviewed by Paul Goodman in Lead, "The Duties of Free Men" Academy of Gandhian Studies (Publishers of Gandhi Vigyan, quarterly) XXXIII:14 Discussed its ideas and work in Editorial, "The Only Hope" Acceptable Worship VI:15 Lead Acceptance of Mysteries XXXV:7 Editorial re character, cultural health Access for Peace-Makers XIX:26 Lead Access to Land XXI:51 Editorial Access to Sacralization XXV:3 Lead Access to Things Going On XXX:17 Frontiers "'Accidental' Obliteration" XVI:10 Review Accessible Remedies, The XXIII:46 Lead Accompaniments of Nationalism VII:12 Review (American Nationalist—hate sheet) According to Rules XXI:30 Editorial Accumulating Incentive . . . , An XXXIV:1 Frontiers Accumulating Pressures XXXVI:8 Frontiers (Worldwatch Paper #48) Accustoming Ourselves to Thinking XLI:51 Review Acharlu, K. S. (ed. of Gandhi Vigyan) XX:48 His translation of Vinoba's educational thought text of 3-part Children, "Essence of Basic Education" XX:49 Part II XX:50 Part III XXXI:15 Opening editorial of Gandhi Vigyan quoted in Lead, "Heroism or Common Sense?" XXXIII:15 Quoted from his article in Gandhi Vigyan on Vinoba's Thoughts on Education in Editorial, "The Only Hope" XXXIII:15 Quoted from Gandhi Vigyan on Vinoba's Thoughts on Education in Editorial, "The Only Hope" Abstract Concession, An XXI:25 Frontiers 2 Acharlu, K. S.—(Continued) XXXIV:45 Quoted Gandhi Vigyan Jan. 1981 (historical note) in Children XXXVIII:51 Quoted from Gandhi Marg, June 1985, in Children, "Who Should Control Education?" XXXIX:4 The Story of Mahatma Gandhi reviewed in "A Life of Gandhi" XXXIX:15 Quoted from Gandhi Marg, June 1985, re Indian teachers in Lead, "The Writer" Achievement of Our Age? XXXIII:4 Review Achieving "Emotional Maturity" XVII:42 Review Ack, Dr. Marvin XXII:39 Quoted from Summer Menninger Quarterly in Children, "Kinds of Irrationality" Ackerman, Nathan XXVII:51 Quoted from foreword to Burrow's Preconscious Foundations of Human Experience in Frontiers, "Trigant Burrow— Pioneer Psychologist" Ackland, Len XXV:49 Credibility Gap—a Digest of the Pentagon Papers (which he compiled) quoted from in Lead, "Have 'Nations' Any Future?" Ackley, Gardner XVI:11 Quoted on European economies in Lead, "Moral Man and Amoral Society" Acland, Richard (Sr. Bart.) VIII:16 Waging Peace (by Acland and others) discussed in Frontiers, "A Brave Proposal" VIII:17 Discussed in Letter from England VIII:21 Reference to in Letter from England XXVIII:43 His The Next Step reviewed in "A New Spirit in Socialism" ACLU (See American Civil Liberties Union) Acorn (bi-monthly issued by Midwest Energy Alternatives Network, Governors State University, Park Forest South, Ill. 60466) XXIX:23 Editorial announcement and writer, John Martin, quoted in Lead, "The Human Dilemma" XXXI:5 Allen Jedlicka quoted from Oct. 1977 issue in Frontiers, "Changes and the Obstacles to Change" XXXII:24 Walter Goldschmidt quoted from Dec-Jan 1978-79, issue in Review, "A Few Encouragements" Acorn People, The — Ron Jones (Zephyros, 1201 Stanyan St., San Francisco 94117, $12.50) XXX:13 Reviewed in Children, "Acorns Galore" Acquirement of Individuality, The XVII:22 Lead mentioning Milton Mayer, A. H . Maslow, David Riesman, "Third Force" Across National Barriers — Ed Lazar XVI:3 Lead Across the Plains —Robert Louis Stevenson XXVIII:53 Quoted in Review "The Need for Roots" XXXVI:3 Quoted in Children, "Miscellany" (right and wrong) Act of a Man, The VI:42 Editorial Act of Brotherhood XXXVI:25 Editorial (TreePeople) Act of Creation, The — Arthur Koestler XIX:27 Quoted in Editorial, "Boycott for Cause" Act of Murder, An II:7 Review of this Frederic March movie Act of Peace, An — Robert Jay Wolff XXIV:22 Frontiers Act of Rescue XXXI:19 Frontiers Acta Psychotherapeutica II:37-88—Dr. Hans Syz (1963) XX:35 Quoted in Lead, "The Fall" Acting Out— Roland Betts (Little, Brown, 1978, $8.95) XXXI:42 Quoted from as well as John Holt's Introduction to in Children, "We Are In the Dark Ages" Action for Peace XV:40 Frontiers (composed of two articles, one by Richard Groff and second by Beverly Henry) Action for Peace, Freedom and Community— Robert Swann XVII:1 Lead Action or Growth? XXXIV:10 Review Active "Pacifism" XII:2 Review Jim Peck's We Who Would Not Kill Activist (student publication of Oberlin College) XV:21 Tom Hayden quoted from Spring, 1962 issue in Lead, "The Reconstruction of Reality" XVI:6 Ethan Geto quoted from Fall, 1962 issue in Children, "The Students' Right to Read" XVI:32 Winter issue quoted in Children, "Notes from the Radicals" Activity and Experience —Lydia A. H. Smith (Agathon, 1976, $12.00) XXIX:36 Quoted in Children, "What Schools Can and Can't Do" Acton, Lord (John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, First Baron Acton) II:19 Quoted by Paul McGuire in There's Freedom for the Brave II:44 Review of his Essays—"Power and Corruption"—Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. III:18 Brief quotation from in Letter from England VI:36 Quoted in Lead, "Civilizing Agencies" Acts of Commitment XVIII:20 Editorial on the acts of Alice Herz, Les Stern, Horace Champney, Vo Thanh Minh Acts of Creation XXX:44 Editorial Acts of Faith XVIII:11 Editorial Acts of Individuals, The XXXVII:13 Lead (History) Acts of Love XXIX:46 Review 3 Acts for Peace —Group in Berkeley, Calif. XIII:37 Current reproduction of N.Y. Times Magazine article quoted in Children, "Education About War" XIII:44 Their paper Penny Pages for Peace quoted in Children, "Counsel for Old. . . and Young" XIV:23 Their "Discussion Outline" quoted from in Children, "Correspondence and Notes" XIV:34 Charles E. Osgood's paper, How We Might Win the Hot War and Lose the Cold quoted in Review, "The Partisan Pathology" Adam of the Road — Elizabeth Janet Gray (Viking Press) XXII:44 Discussed and quoted from in Children, "The Oaken Heart of England" Adam of Saint-Victor (mystical poet of Middle Ages) II:19 Poem quoted in "The Moral Law" (Review) to show difference between him and Peter Abelard IV:45 Quoted in Lead, "Great Questions V" V:51 Quoted in Lead, "Fear of the Mind" IX:44 Quoted in Lead, "Religion and Philosophy" — doggerel verse XVIII:24 Poem quoted in Lead, "Systems and the Man" XXXI:17 Poem quoted in Editorial, "Tides of Becoming" XXIII.12 Poem quoted in Lead, "Teaching and Healing" XXXVI:10 Quoted (Of the Trinity . . .) in Lead, "What Do I Fear Myself?" Adamic, Louis I:8 Dynamite mentioned in Review, "Minority Men" I:9 Two-Way Passage suggested ways of reeducating Germans after World War II I:20 The Native's Return mentioned in connection with review of St. John book The Silent People Speak II:13 My America and Dynamite recommended in Children II:24 Reference to his books in review of Kinfolk and Death of a Salesman III:5 Quotations from My America on Black Mountain College III:34 Reference to his magazine Common Ground in Children III:45 Reference to Native's Return in Lead, "The Roots of Conviction" IV:5 Reference to his Dynamite in Frontiers, "Partisans All" XIII:36 Quote from My America in Children, "Friendship Day Camp" XXI:28 Quote from My America on Black Mountain in Children, "The Lost Humanities" Adamov, Arthur XV:32 Martin Esslin's summary in Theatre of the Absurd of his paper, quoted in Editorial, "Beyond Absurdity" Adams, Frank XXXI:20 Adams, Franklin P. VII:3 Adams, Henry V:18 V:32 XI:53 XIV:10 XXIII:9 XXVII Adams, Howard XXI:35 Account of his cobbler shop as educational center quoted from Radical Teacher (July, 1977) in Frontiers, "The Progressive South" Poem, "The Poltroon" quoted from his column, "The Conning Tower," in Children Poem of Alain of Lille quoted by him in Mont-Saint Michel and Chartres, in Lead, "Type Casting" Quoted briefly in Editorial, "Man and Nature" (The only true cause is God. Creation is His Sole act. . .) Quoted his Mont-Saint Michel in Review "Religion, Sin and the Animals" Mont-Saint Michael . . . briefly quoted in Lead, "The World On Your Shoulders" Quoted from Mont-Saint Michel in Frontiers, "Emerson's Vast Unofficialdom" Quoted from The Education of Henry Adams in Children, "Four Wise Men" H. H. Walsh's Foreword to Adams' The Education of Canadians in Children, "History of an Aberration" Adams, James Truslow I:3, II:6 Reference to his Epic of America in "The American Heritage" XXIII:4 Quoted from his Epic of America in Lead, "The American Dream" Adams, Jane XXXV:37 Discussed her social feminism from Jean Bethke Elshtain's article Democracy, April; 1982 in Frontiers, "The Nurturers of Life" XXXVI:52 Briefly noted on decision to help mankind in Lead, "The Men and the Boys" Adams, John III:37 Quoted briefly in Lead, "American Culture" XXV:2 Quoted from letter to Hezekiah Niles in Lead, "How Men Think" XXVII:21 Quoted from letter to Hezekiah Niles in Editorial, "Questions Without Answers" XXVIII:46 Correspondence with Hezekiah Niles on Revolution quoted in Lead, "Retrospect and Prospect" XXIX:8 Quote from The American Testament by Mortimer Adler and Wm. Gorman in Editorial, "One Change for the Better" Adams, Patricia XXXVIII:18 (with Lawrence Solomon) In the Name of Progress used as basis for Editorial, "What Is Really Wrong?" XXXVIII:38 Quoted in Lead, "Words and Myth" (the illusions of Foreign Aid) XXXVIII:41 Quoted on population and farming methods in Lead, "A Nurturing Activity" XXXVIII:41 Reviewed, quoted In the Name of Progress 4 Adams, Dr. Raymond (U. of N. Carolina English Professor) IX:29 His Phi Beta Kappa Banquet Address at Chapel Hill quoted Dante's Convivo, in Lead, "The League of Anxious Men" Adams, Robert Martin XXXI:45 Quoted from in Spring '78 Hudson Review in Review, "Signposts of Change" XXXVIII:38 Quoted, March 31, 1985 NY Times Book Review on false euphemisms in Lead, "Words and Myth" Adams, Samuel Hopkins VI:26 Quote from his Sunrise to Sunset in Lead, "An Unpopular Analysis" Adams, Thomas Boylston XXIX:10 Quoted from Fall 1974 or Winter 1975 Daedalus in Children, "Something Not Yet Tried" Adamson, Joy XV:19 William Percy's preface to and text of her Born Free quoted in Children, "Education Transcending 'Savagery'" Sir Julian Huxley's introduction to her sequel, Living Free, quoted same place. Adapting Universities to a Technological Society — Eric Ashby (Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 1974, $8.95) XXVIII:3 Discussed and quoted in Children, "Mostly Compliant" Add Mournful Notes IX:22 Editorial (subscriber had to discontinue reading MANAS, made her think too much) Addams, Jane XXIV:38 Quoted on pacifists in Lead, "The Far Horizon" Addiction: Various Sorts XXVII:43 Frontiers Addressed to Christians XI:47 Editorial (quoting from Johnny Purple by John Wyllis) Addressed to Christians —Floyd H. Hoss (Harper, 1950) IV:45 Discussed in Lead, "Some Admirable Heretics" Adelman, Leonard XXX:3 Quoted from Oct. 22, 1976 Science in Lead, "Reflections About Moral Decision" Adelman, M. A. XXVI:41 Quoted from Sept. Atlantic in Frontiers, "Ill Fares the Land" Adelphi, The (English quarterly founded by John Middleton Murry) II:24 Quoted in editorial "The Hungry Hide" (Hunger in Berlin) Adelson, Dr. Joseph XV:12 Quoted from Dr. Nevitt Sanford's book, The American College, in Children, "For Parents of the College-Bound XXIX:11 His review of Moral Development quoted from Dec. 26, 1975 Science in Lead, "What Is 'Morality'?" Adenauer, Dr. Herr III:13 Reference to in Letter from Germany Adequate, Clean, Available XXIX:35 Frontiers Adgate, Andrew I:30 Trained voices, organized Uranian Academy in Philadelphia. He and Noah Webster interested in music. Ad Hoc Committee XVII:24 Send to for copies of "The Triple Revolution" – 1120 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. Adler, Alfred VIII:10 Discussed with Freud & Jung in Lead, "Religion as Meaning" XXV:11 Quoted from Feb. Atlantic in Frontiers, "A Comment on ESP" Adler, Felix (Founder of Ethical Movement) IV:12 Reference to in "New Ideas at Work" Quote from article Adler, Dr. Mortimer (University of Chicago) II:4 Reference to in Lead, "The Meaning of World Revolution" (Ed MacLean) VI:1 Interview published in U.S. News and World Report quoted in Frontiers, "Fighting Words" XXIX:8 John Adams' words quoted from his The American Testament in Editorial, "One Change for the Better" XXXVIII:13 The Paideia Proposal quoted in Children, "Can There Be a Paideia in America?" Adler, Nathan XXIV:7 His article first appearing in Psychiatry (Nov. '68) quoted from Jan. 11 National Observer in Lead, "The Abuse of History" Administrative Omnipotence XXVI:49 Editorial Administrator, The XIX:21 Editorial Admirable As He Is XXVIII:26-35 Lead (Wendell Berry's review of All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw) Admirable Bishop, The III:39 Editorial Admirable Failure, An V:27 Review "We Fished All Night" Adobe—Build It Yourself – Paul Graham McHenry (University of Arizona, 1986) XXXIX:50 Reviewed, quoted in "Uses of the Earth" Adorno VIII:38 Brief quote from his The Authoritarian Personality in Lead, "The New Study of Motives" Adult Education in Transition —Burton Clark (U. of Calif. Press, 1958) XVIII:22 Quoted in Children Adult Education Movement in the United States, The – Malcolm S. Knowles (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962) XVIII:28 Quoted in Children Adult Learning Is Necessary (Prepared by Royal Bank of Canada, 1963) XVII:17 Quoted in Children, "Adult Education—Fact and Theory" 5 Advance to Barbarism II:13 "A Jurist" (Thomson and Smith) Review (together with The Testament of Christian Civilization) II:13 Reference to in Editorial, "Impartial Judge" Advance Notice IV:11 Editorial Advances in Parapsychological Research – Stanley Krippner, ed. (McFarland & Co., 1986) XXXIX:16 Reviewed, quoted introduction by Evan Harris Walker in Review, "Extra-Sensory Perception" Adventure and Schoolteaching III:39 Review - Jess Stuart—The Thread That Runs So True Adventure in Geometry, An —Anthony Revielli (Viking, 1957) XXIII:5 Quote from in Children, "Life Geometrizes" XXVII:47 Quotation from in Children, "Minute Harmonies" XXXVII:11 Quoted in Children, "Adventures in Geometry" Adventure in Learning —Sybil Marshall XVI:28 Comments of reviewer quoted from April 5 Peace News in Children, "Notes and Quotes" Adventure Story XXXII:1 Review Adventurers, The VI:16 Lead Adventures in Immortality – George Gallup (1981) XXXVIII:43 Noted that 23 per cent of population in U.S. believe in reincarnation, Lead, "A Cumulative Force" Adventures in Botany XXXIX:9 Review Adventures of a Bystander – Peter Drucker (Harper & Row, 1970) XXXV:46 Reviewed quoted in "Peter Drucker's Career" Adventures of the Mind — Dr. Arturo Castiglioni, 1946 I:4 Quoted XXXV:49 Quotations re his early teachers in Children, "Teacher-Watchers Report" Adversaries, The — Dr. William Rivers (Beacon, 1970) XXIV:14 Quoted in Frontiers, "Government and the Press" and in Editorial, "Decisions About 'News'" XXIV:18 Quote from in Children, "Miscellany" Adversary In the House — Irving Stone (Doubleday, 1947) I:8 Review Advice to Readers XXXVII:25 Editorial (Horace Alexander's book on Gandhi) Advocates of Change, The XXVII:10 Frontiers Advocates of Common Sense XXIX:50 Editorial A.E. (Irish poet - Russell) XXXII:23 Quoted from Less Is More in Review, "On Affordable Reforms" Aeneid – Virgil (1952 Anchor paperback, translated by Day Lewis) XXXVII:15 Discussed quoted on reincarnation in Review, "Montaigne on the Road" Aeschylus XXVI:39 XXXIII:12 XXXIX:12 Quotation from Prometheus Bound in Lead, "Men and Gods" Mentioned in Children, "Direct Experience of Alternatives" on Prometheus Bound Quoted Prometheus Bound re tragedy of man in Lead, "The Role of Imagination" AESOP'S Team XXI:43 Editorial Aesthetic Education (see Journal of Aesthetic Education) XXXVIII:14 Oct. 1969 issue; quoted Robert McClintock on Ortega in Lead, "Better Solutions Than Ours" Aesthetic Experiences —Andras Angyal XVII:39 Frontiers Aesthetics and the Gestalt —Ian Rawlins (Nelson, 1953) XXI:3 Quoted in Children, "Notes and Comment" Affair of Dishonor, An —Louis Brennan IX:43 Reviewed briefly in "Notes on Novels" Affirmation on Freedom I:47 Lead, "No Such Thing as Political Freedom"—(it has to be an individual moral problem) I:52 Lead "Answers to Thrasymachus," answer to correspondent's comments on "Affirmation on Freedom" Affirmation of Immortality, The — John Haynes Holmes (Ingersoll Lecture, Macmillan) I:18 Reviewed with Puzzled People XIII:47 Quoted in Lead, "Self-Deception's Strange Fruit" XXIV:15 Quote from in Lead, "Some Ancient Questions" XXVII:53 Quoted in Frontiers, "At Time of Death" XXXIII:45 Quoted in Lead, "A Pivotal Inquiry" XXXVIII:43 Quoted Palmer on death of his wife in Lead, "A Cumulative Force" XLI:11 Quoted in Lead, "A Foray of Faith" Affirmations, Questions, Denials XIX:42 Lead Affirmative "Negativism" XIX:4 Editorial Affirmative Thinking II:4 Editorial—based on Ed MacLean's lead article, "The Meaning of World Revolution" Affluent Society, The — John K. Galbraith XI:36 Summarized by reviewer Carl Auerbach in the Progressive and quoted from in Lead, "The Way the World Is" Africa , Dr. Thomas W. Prof. of History at USC XVIII:13 Quoted from LA Times, March 1, in Frontiers, "Signs of Health" Africa—Angry Young Giant —Smith Hempstone (Praeger, 1961, $7.95) XVIII:36 Quoted in Editorial XVIII:36 Frontiers review in "The New HistoryMakers" Africa in Crisis – Lloyd Timberlake (New Society Publishers, 4722 Baltimore, Philadelphia, PA 19143) XXXIX:16 Quoted in Editorial, "African Disaster" 6 Africa Today (Magazine) XV:32 Quoted from June issue in Lead, "The Pressure Gauge" African Culture XXVIII:9 Editorial African Disaster XXXIX:16 Editorial XXXVIII:50 Review – WorldWatch No. 65 African Epic XXVIII:19 Review African Farm and After XXXVI:38 Review (West with the Night) African Image, The —Ezekiel Mphahlele (Faber & Faber, London, 1962) XVII:44 Reviewed and quoted in Review, "Mirror of Africa" XVIII:34 Reference to in Editorial, "Regenerating Institutions" XXIX:44 Quoted in Review, "Footnote to Plato" African Impasse VI:24 Frontiers African Journey —Mrs. Paul Robeson I:27 In Review "South African Story" III:1 Remarks on in "Letter from South Africa" III:1 Reference to in Editorial African Lens IX:21 Review, The Dark Eye in Africa, Laurens van der Post African Pain XXXV:51 Review (Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful) African Sketchbook —Dr. Frederick Franck XV:22 Reviewed in and quoted in Review, "The Flavor of Africa" XV:24 Briefly quoted in Lead, "To Fill the Void" African Synthesis XX:27 Review African Tale XXIII:20 Review After Five Years XIV:34 Editorial After Four Years V:1 Lead After Ideologies? XIX:30 Lead After Life in Roman Paganism —Franz Cumont XX:43 Quote from in Reincarnation in World Thought used in Review, "Exit the Antiquarians" After Prisons—What? XXVIII:36 Frontiers After Reading the Papers XXIX:51 Frontiers After the Age of Revolution XXX:8 Lead After the Revolution —Robert A. Dah (Yale University Press, 1971) XXIV:38 Discussed and quoted from in Review, "The Meaning of Democracy" XXIV:42 Quote from in Lead, "Some Thoughts About Planning" After the U.C. Loyalty Oath III:23 Lead by Paul Weinpahl After Twenty-Five Years XXVI:1 Editorial After Twenty-Four Years XXV:1 Editorial Aftermath II:36 Editorial (Churchill) knew nothing about "unconditional surrender" until he heard words from Roosevelt) Aftermath on Chesman XIII:30 Frontiers Afterthoughts I:33 Editorial (eds mention books they have reviewed about which they might have had misgivings) III:2 Editorial (about Christmas spirit) After Virtue – Alasdair MacIntyre (U. of Notre Dame, 1985) XXXIX:6 Quoted in Lead, "The Sources of Morality" Against Capital Punishment in California XIII:12 Frontiers Against Captivity XVII:47 Frontiers Against Interpretation —Susan Sontag (Delta, 1966) XXX:36 Essay on Simone Weil quoted from in Lead, "'Why Have We Begun?'" Against Madness and Absurdity XXII:41 Review Against the American Grain —Dwight Macdonald XVI:10 Jan. 4 Time quoted on above in Lead, "The Health in Us" XVI:23 Quoted and discussed in Review, "The Versatile Dwight Macdonald" XXXVII:10 Quoted ("homogenized" magazines) in Lead, "A Change of Heart" XXXVII:19 Quoted in Lead, "Question for Our Time" (pragmatism) Against the Current – Isiah Berling (Viking 1979) XXXIII:48 Quoted in Lead, "The Environment of Meaning" Against the Grain V:36 Frontiers (Jewish situation in Israeli) X:51 Frontiers (Research Society for Creative Altruism) XVI:8 Editorial-comments on letter from Janis Miller Against These Three —Stuart Cloete VI:8 Discussed in Frontiers, "A Reluctant Patience" Agar, Herbert XXVI:24 His A Time for Greatness discussed and quoted in Review, "Some Old Books" Agarwal, Anil XXXIX:43 Quoted from Resurgence, May/June 1986, "Bulldozing the Poor" in Frontiers, "The Causes of Worldwide Hunger" XL:42 Quoted from Gandhi Marg, June 1986 re conditions now affecting the whole world, Lead, "A Voice of Sanity" 7 Agarwal, S. N. II:7 III:25 VII:34 XXXVII:11 Age of Confusion, The III:15 Lead Age of Diagnosis, The XIV:1 Lead Age of Dilemmas, The XV:52 Lead Age of Escapism? XXVI:41 Editorial Age of Experts XXXVIII:10 Lead (Morgan, specialization) Age of Ezra Pound, The XXI:47 Frontiers Age of Freedom, The XXXV:36 Frontiers (War Resisters League activities, neighborhoods, etc.) Age of Fable —Bulfinch XXIV:52 Quote from in Lead, "The Roots of Literature" Age of Indifference, The V:7 Frontiers Age of Longing, The —Arthur Koestler VI:8 Quote from in Lead, "The Long View" Age of Longing, The XXVIII:23 Review Age of McDardle, The VII:49 Lead (Alonzo series) Age of Preoccupations, The XXIII:51 Lead Age of Reason, The —Thomas Paine II:8 Attack on infallibility of Christian Bible, most of it written while he was in Luxembourg prison V:2 Quoted in Editorial, "The Real Issue" XXIV:48 Quote from in Lead, "The Forms of Credulity" XXVII:6 Quote from on "prophets" and "poets" in Review, "Blake: A Short Appreciation" XXXIX:3 Quoted in Lead, "Our Uncreated Identity" Age of 'Self-Control,' The IX:45 Editorial Age for Shooting Instead of Spanking, The —Robert Ruark V:49 Pasadena Independent story quoted in Children Age of Tantalus, The III:30 Lead Agee, James Quoted in Frontiers, "Label and Libel" XVI:6 XXXIII:47 Quoted his letters to James Harold Flye in Lead, "The Writer's Plight"; also noted Let Us Now Praise Famous Men and his struggle to be a writer Agenda for Tomorrow —Stewart Udall (Harcourt, 1966) XXV:43 Quote from in Frontiers of same title Agenda for Tomorrow XXV:43 Frontiers Agents of Cultural Self-Consciousness XXXII:44 Frontiers Agnon, S. Y. (Nobel Laureate) XXXIX:14 Discussion of A Simple Story in Review, "Tales of the Past" Reference to his pamphlets on Gandhian Plan in Lead, "Comprehensible Economics" Quoted in Review, "Land of Contrasts" about discussion with John Dewey Quoted from Economic Review in Lead, "India's Great Project" Quoted on Chipko from Science from Villages Aug./Sept. 1983 in Frontiers, "A Million Trees Planted in India" Agassiz, Louis IV:27-36 Ref. to in Frontiers, "Facts and Theories" re his rejection of Darwinian theory of evolution—but he was an observer of natural facts. IX:20 Rejected idea of evolution, Lead, "The Fear of Loose Ends" XXX:15 Account of his life and work by David McCullough in Jan. Audubon quoted in Children, "Looking" Age of Adventure, The —Giorgio de Santillana (Mentor) XXV:42 Quote of Marsilio Ficino in Review, "The Sacred Art" XXV:43 Bruno and other quotations taken from Arthur Livingston's translation of Heroic Exaltations as given by Giorgio de Santillana in, Lead, "Times and Awakening" XXVIII:9 Summary of Cusanus' argument from mathematical analogies quoted in Lead, , "The Raw Material" XLI:20 Quoted (on Cusa, Leonardo, Montaigne) in Review, "Doers Who Were Thinkers" Age of Anacronisms, The V:34 Editorial Age of Anxiety, The —W. H. Auden XXII:49 Brief quote from in Frontiers, "A Verdict of Writers Age of Climax, The X:27 Lead Age of Complexity, The —Herbert Kohl XXV:9 Quote from in Lead, "Philosophy in Action" XXV:10 Discussed and essay by Alain Robbe-Grillet quoted from in Review, "A Book on 'Modern Philosophy'"; also essay by Wallace Stevens quoted in Editorial, "Poetry and Philosophy" XXV:16 Wallace Stevens' quote of Bruno given from above in Editorial, "Origins of Science" – Dorothea Singer also quoted from same Editorial XXVII:49 Quote from in Review, "About Metaphors" XXVIII:16 Quote from Jean Paulhan in essay by Wallace Stevens, quoted from in Review, "Down to Earth, Up to the Stars" XXXV:18 Quoted in Children, "Cabbages, Kings, and Poonharps" XXXVI:15 Quoted notes given to Wallace Stevens from Jean Paulhan on need of science for poetry in Lead, "Poets and Collectors" Age of Conformity, The —Alan Valentine (Regnery, 1954) VIII:21 Reviewed under own title 8 Agony of Inequality, The XXXIII:41 Quoted, discussed Jan Mansbridge's article in Co-ops, Communes & Collectives in Review, "The Value of History" Agony of the Races, The XIX:29 Review Agrarian Unrest in Southeastern Asia, The —Erich H. Jacoby IV:6 Reference to in Letter from England Agreeable Autocracies, The XIV:14 Joseph P. Lyford's introduction to quoted in Lead, "References for the Good Society" Agricide – Michael W. Fox (Schocken, 1986) XXXIX:46 Quoted in Review, "Gardening for Health and Enjoyment" Agricultural Information Bulletin No. 99 – U.S. Dept. Of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service XXXVII:40 Conquest of the Land Through 7,000 Years – by W. C. Lowdermilk discussed, quoted in Children, "The One-Room Schoolhouse" Agricultural Revolution, The I:34 Lead (As You Sow, Goldschmidt) Agriculture – An Unsolved Problem XLI:46 Lead Agriculture and Culture XXXVI:44 Frontiers (The Land Institute) Agriculture and Human Values XXXVIII:13 First issue, Winter 1984, quoted Katherin Clancy on "Human Nutrition, Agriculture and Human Values" in Frontiers, "Less Soil, Higher Costs, Less Food" XXXIX:10 Fall 1984, Jan Wojcik quoted in Frontiers, "The Culture of Agriculture" XXXIX:37 Spring 1985, Frances Moore Lappe on farming and self-interest in Lead, "Extinction or Renewal?" XLI:19 Summer 1986, "Food for Everyone?" by Edward Passerini quoted in Frontiers, "Eden Was an Orchard" Agriculture in India XXXVIII:22 Frontiers Agriculture in the City (Community Environmental Council, Santa Barbara) 109 E. De La Guerra St., Santa Barbara, CA 93102 - $2.75) XXIX:45 Quoted in Children, "Odds and Ends" XXX:8 Mentioned in Frontiers, "Decentralist Ways and Means" Agri-Silviculture Institute (founded by Paul Marks) Palm Springs, CA XXXIII:17 Quote from their Tree Planter Communicator (Jan. '80, in Frontiers, "Access to Things Going On" Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful – Alan Paton (Scribner, 1981) XXXV:51 Reviewed, quoted in "African Pain" Ah Julian! —Leonard Wibberley XXV:49 Discussed in Children, "Two Books" Ahern, James F. XXV:37 His Police In Trouble, discussed and quoted in Review, "A Timely Warning" XXV:42 Quote from Police In Trouble in Children, "Training Policemen" Aherne, Owen X:39 His Man on Fire reviewed in Children, "Notes in Passing" Ahlstrom, Sydney E. (teacher of religious history) XXXI:20 Quoted from Winter '78 Daedalus in Lead, "The Double Consciousness" Ahmad, Eqbal (Pakistani contributor) XXXIV:11 His Tell the American People; Perspectives on the Iranian Revolution briefly quoted in Editorial, "No Military Solutions" XXXIV:20 Quoted his contribution to above in Review, "About Iran – Some Current History" Aichorn, Prof. August XX:40 His Wayward Youth discussed and quoted in Children, "The Principle of Reform" Aid to Drifters XXVI:41 Editorial Aideen MacLennon —Robert Wilson VI:35 Review, "The C.O. at Home" Aikawa, Takaaki VIII:44 Quoted from Christian Century in Frontiers, "Moral Society and . . . " Ailing Arts, The XXXV:14 Review Aimless Ones, The —Isabel Cary Lundberg III:5 Her lead Aims of Education, The —Alfred North Whitehead X:10 Quoted in Children Aims of the "Fathers," The VI:23 Lead Ainsworth, Ed I:35 Reference to his L.A. Times articles on attempts to "sovietize" the Navahoes. Ainsworth, Philip XXV:12 Briefly quoted from Ancient Civilizations of the Andes in Editorial, "The Inviolability of 'X'" Ain't Gonna Study War No More – Milton Meltzer (Harper Junior Books 1985) XXXVIII:47 Begins with quotation from letter by Russ Ford re moral stance of a C.O. in Children, "Education to be Different" Air Gets a Conscience, The XIX:48 Frontiers Air Pollution, Acid Rain, and the Future of Forests – Sandra Postel (WorldWatch Institute, 1984, $2.00) XXXVII:45 Quoted in Frontiers, "Our Civilization Kills" Air That Kills, An (poem) from Land of the Free, by John Beecher IX:34 Quoted entire in Editorial, "Tribute to Poetry" Airy Curve, The X:50 Editorial Ajoblanc (magazine published in Barcelona, Spain) XXVIII:22 Luis Racionero article reprinted from Sept. '74 issue as Frontiers, "What Time Is It?" Akbar, M. J. (Ed. Of Indian news weekly) XXXIII:50 Quoted from Sept. 13, 1980 Nation re Russian and American foreign policy in Editorial, "Two Questions" 9 Akerman, Nordal XXXIII:24 Alcock, Norma Z. (Canadian nuclear physicist) XV:17 Briefly quoted in Editorial, "Peach Research Institute" Alcoholics Anonymous — founded by "Bill" III:5 Reference to in Mrs. Lundberg's article, "The Aimless Ones" V:50 Quote from San Quentin News in re in Editorial, "Has Will a 'Social Basis'?" XXXIX:24 See ref. to in "Two Books" Review Alcott, Bronson I:28 His spirit not dead in education II:25 Discussed in Children, quotes from and ref. to Odell Shepard's Pedlar's Progress and Elizabeth Peabody's discussion of Alcott's teaching methods. II:26 Further ref. to in Children in connection with Robert Hutchins and Caroline Pratt of I Learn from Children III:34 Reference to in Lead, "New Beginnings" VIII:2 Quoted in Lead, "Cavalcade of Philosophers" X:44 Quote by Elizabeth Peabody on above concerning his belief that all natural education begins with spontaneous conversation, in Children XXXII:12 Quoted from The Journals of Bronson Alcott, ed. by Odell Shepard in Children, "The Child Is The Book" XXXII:12 Quoted from The Journals of ed. by Odell Shepard in Children, "The Child and the Book" XXXVII:19 Subject of Children, "Transcendentalist Teacher" Alcott, Louisa May XXXVIII:18 Quoted from Reincarnation: A New Horizon on her belief in reincarnation in Review, "Inner Discovery?" Aldag, Consuelo V:46 Author of Frontiers, "Ibero-America's Expectancy" Aldermaston XII:20 Subject of letter quoted in Editorial, "If You Live in California" Aldiss, Brian XXVII:47 His Billion Year Spree reviewed in "History of Science Fiction" Aldridge, John W. XV:36 Quoted from July 29 N.Y. Times Book Review in Lead, "State of the Nation" XXIV:44 Quoted from Sept. 18 Saturday Review in Lead, "Some Ancient Prophecies" Aldwinckle, R. D. V:28 Quote from Crozer Quarterly article in Lead, "The New 'Enemy' Secularism" Alexander, Alfred XXVIII:47 His translation of Stories of Sicily quoted in Editorial, "About Stories" Quoted from his "Can Sweden Be Shrunk?" pamphlet of Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, reprinted from 1979 Development Dialogue in Review, "The 'Deeper Human Qualities'" Akwesasne Notes (paper devoted to the cause of Indians) XXXI:47 Ken Tilsen quoted from "There Are Thousands of Political Prisoners in the United States," in Summer 1978 issue in Frontiers, "A Question of Scale" Alabaster, Henry XI:36 Quoted from his The Wheel of Law from words attributed to the Buddha in Frontiers, "The Record of Buddhism" Alarm and Pleasantry II:46 Review (two movies, Black Magic, and In the Good Old Summertime Alas, Bablyon — Pat Frank XIII:29 Quoted in Review, "Novels On the Last War" Alasia, Franco X:39 Joint writer with Danilo Dolci of "Letters" – "Danilo's Proclamation" Alauddin XXXIII:20 Story of in No. 19 of Asian Action discussed in Children, "Children Around the World" Albany Advertiser XIII:45 Sermon printed here in 1831 and cited by Harry Elmer Barnes in History and Social Intelligence quoted in Lead, "The Genius of Human Beings" Albany Needs Another Library XVII:39 Editorial Albany Proposal for a Community Center (Wendy Roberts, Box 1641, Albany) XVIII:19 Children and Frontiers made from this proposal Alber, Merryl XXXVII:10 Quoted her article in New Alchemy, Summer 1983 on "learning from the forest" in Children, "Touring Cape Code" Albert Camus XX:14 Review Albert, David XXXIV:20 His Tell the American People contribution quoted in Review, "About Iranian Revolution quoted in Review, "About Iran – Some Current History" Albert, David H. XLI:8 Quoted on Tolstoy's challenge in Review, "Tolstoy's One Big Think" Albertus Magnus XVIII:24 Lynn Thorndike quoted on in Lead, "Systems and the Man" Albrecht, Gustav XV:22 His article, "A Survey of Teacher Opinion in California" quoted in Children, "Notes" Albrecht, Herbert C. II:25 One of his letters basis of Frontiers discussion "Mysteries of the Cell" 10 Alexander, Christopher XX:26 Quoted from April/May, 1966 Architectural Forum in Lead, "The Burdens of the Specialists" Alexander, David XXXVII:20 Quoted from Jan/Feb 1984 International Wildlife on Chipko in Frontiers, "Nothing Is Too Late" Alexander, George XXXVII:48 L.A. Times (June 18, 1984) story on Mayan cities noted in Frontiers, "Ancient Irrigators" Alexander, Gross W. XI:3 Would start a Koinonia in California — Editorial, "Koinonia for California" Alexander, Hartley Burr XXIV:14 His book, The World's Rim, discussed and quoted in Review, "Indian Philosophy and Religion" Alexander, Holmes XIV:14 Briefly quoted on Bertrand Russell from L.A. Times, Mar. 15, in Editorial, "A Mere Man of Talent" XIV:45 Quoted from Sept. 29 L.A. Times in Children, "The Good Guys Will Conquer" Alexander, Horace III:12 Quoted in Letter from India from speech to World Pacifist Meeting VIII:2 His New Citizens of India reviewed, "Meeting Great Changes" VIII:40 Discussed in Frontiers, "Seekers, Not Believers" IX:10 Editorial, "Gandhi's 'Pacifism'" quoted Alexander IX:10 Frontiers, "Gandhi's 'Pacifism'" quoted letter from Alexander X:9 Frontiers, "Natural Enchantments," his Christmas Eve letter to MANAS X:28 Reference to in Frontiers, "Crisis in Christian Belief" XI:53 Quoted (anonymously) on the Finns in Frontiers, "Miscellany" XV:1 Quoted from his book Consider India in Review, "An Essay In Values" XV:2 His letter quoted in Lead, "The Dynamics of Freedom" XV:20 His letter quoted in Lead, "What Is Materialism?" XIX:46 Quoted from July 1966 Gandhi Marg in Review, "The Abolition of War" XV:23 His letter to Editors given in Frontiers, "Comment on the Goa Affair" — also extracts from his memorandum concerning Goa incident XV:40 His letter quoted in Lead, "Questions About Ends" XVIII:17 Quote from Consider India in Lead, "A Society Worth Having" XXII:20 Lead article, "What Has Gandhi To Say To Us?" text of his talk at a Gandhi Commemoration Meeting Alexander, Horace—(Continued) XXII:29 His pamphlet, Gandhi Remembered, discussed and quoted in Frontiers, "New Pamphlet on Gandhi" XXIII:37 Quoted from his Gandhi Through Western Eyes in Review, "Gandhi's Means" XXXIV:15 Quoted from Gandhi Through Western Eyes in Review, "On Reading Gandhi" XXXVI:24 Quoted from Friends Journal, Mar. 15, 1983 re Gandhi, personal memories and on the film in Children, "Gandhi, the Draft and Enemies" XXXVII:25 Gandhi Through Western Eyes discussed, quoted in Editorial, "Advice to Readers," and in Children, "Gandhian Instruction" Alexander, Lloyd XXII:34 Quote from his book, The Book of Three, in Children, "Truth in Children's Longings" XXIX:1 His The King's Fountain reviewed in Children, "More on Character Education" Alexander, William N. XXIV:26-34 Quoted from May/June 1971 Humanist in Children, "No Solution for 'Mass' Problems" Alfén, Hannes (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1970) XXXVIII:43 Quoted from Development Dialogue ("Annihilators and Omnicide") quoted in Frontiers (2nd issue 1984) XXXVIII:45 Quoted from his Pugwash address, 1984, in Lead, "Those Who End War" XXXIX:4 Quoted above on euphemism of "nuclear arms" in Editorial, "Matters of Words" XLI:13 Quoted from Development Dialogue now issued as Honest Language—Semantics of the Nuclear Debate, in Frontiers, "Super Destructive Illness" Alger, W. JR. IX:17 His Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life quoted by Ducasse in Lead al-Ghazali (d. 1111 A.D.) XXX:20 Autobiographical Deliverance From Error quoted from Lictenstadter's Introduction to Classical Arabic Literature in Review, "Arabs At Their Best" Algren, Nelson III:28 Review of his The Man With the Golden Arm (National Book Award Novel Winner), "The Monkey on Our Backs" VI:3 Quote from Nation article in Lead, "The Faces of Men" Alias Orpheus XV:15 Review Alien Land Law Revoked V:22 Editorial Alienation XVIII:49 Frontiers Alienation and Economics — Prof. Walter A. Weisskopf (Dutton, $7.95) XXIV:45 Discussed and quoted in Review of same title 11 Alienation and Economics XXIV:45 Review Alienation and Restoration XXXI:17 Editorial Alienation—and Side Effects XV:14 Review Alienation Through Culture XVI:46 Frontiers Alisjahbana, Takdir (Indonesian) IX:7 Quoted from Thought in Lead, "Asian Dilemmas" Alive (British monthly) XXXI:49 Harvey Day quoted in August 1978 issue, in Frontiers, "The Cost of an Addiction" All Alone — Claire Huchet Bishop (Viking, 1953) XXV:38 This children's story discussed in Children, "Story by Claire Bishop" All Children Have Gifts (Childhood Education International pamphlet — Anne Hoppock) XVI:17 Quoted in Children, "Creative Youngsters" XVI:18 Briefly quoted in Children, "On the Mystique of Childhood—and 'Genius'" . . . All for Nothing XL:9 Editorial (Ammunition for Peacemakers) All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw —Theodore Rosengarten (Knopf) XXVIII:26-35 Wendell Berry's review of, reprinted from March 1, Nation, as Lead "Admirable As He Is" All Good Men VII:5 Lead All In a Lifetime – Inez Lowdermilk (J. Knaack, 16450 Helmcrest, Whittier, CA 90604) XXXIX:41 Extensively quoted and reviewed in Review, "The Making of a Conservationist" All-India Spinners Association I:35 "Economics for the Millions" All of a Piece XXXVI:20 Review (biography, autobiography) All of a Sudden XXVIII:53 Lead All or Nothing IX:31 Editorial All-or-Nothing Morality XXI:9 Lead All-or-Nothing Paradox, The III:19 Editorial All Our Children – Kenneth Keniston XXXIV:9 Brief quote in Children, "News from Boston" (ecology) All Our Yesterdays XVIII:8 Review All-Pervasive Ill, An XXII:24 Review All Shook Up — Payson Antholz XI:47 Briefly reviewed in Children All That Matters (Editorial) I:26 Forest of the Dead – Ernst Wiechart All the Brave Men XL:49 Review (Abraham Lincoln and the Quakers) All the Girls We Loved — Prudencio de Pereda I:49 Discussed in Lead, "The Pursuit of Happiness" All the Livelong Day – Barbara Garson (Doubleday, 1975) XXIX:51 Excerpt from her June 1972 Harper's article (later incorporated in her book) quoted in Lead, "Nature's Bureaucracy" XXXI:22 Same as above in Review, "An American Tradition" XXXIII:40 Quoted in Children, "Minutely Subdivided" XXXVII:36 Quoted on monotonous work in Lead, "Work" All the Way XV:35 Editorial All the Young Men . . ." XXI:49 Review All Things Are Connected XL:35 Frontiers (Raven Rocks community) All Things Common – Claire Hutchet Bishop (Harper 1950) V:49 Discussed in Lead, "Free Enterprisers" XVII:43 Quoted in Frontiers, "Community and Individuality" XXII:19 Quote from in Review, "More 'New Economics'" XXIV:21 Reference to in Frontiers, "A Massive Awakening" XXV:38 Discussed in quoted in Editorial, "A Factory School" Also in Children, "Story by Claire Bishop" XXXIII:12 Quoted from in Editorial, "A Way of Creating Something" XXXIII:12 Quoted in Editorial, "A Way of Creating Something" XXXVII:49 Quoted in Review, "Neglected Sources" (on Barbu's career) All This Was Good, Too XXXI:1 Review All Too Familiar XXXIV:22 Editorial (re Somalia, Direct Relief Foundation Newsletter) Allan and Gordon XII:27 Biography of Dr. Norman Bethune quoted from in Lead, "The Non-Sectarians" Allegiance to Things, The XXXI:21 Editorial Alleg, Henri XI:50 Discussion of his The Question in Editorial, "Two Logics." Review of The Question in Frontiers, "Disease of an Epoch" XV:32 Jean Paul Sartre's review of The Question quoted in Lead, "The Pressure Gauge" XVII:53 Sartre's review of The Question quoted in Review, "Animal Machines" XXXII:48 Sartre's review of The Question quoted in Review, "The Morality of Nations" XXXIV:4 Quoted introduction by Sartre and Sartre's review in Lead, "A Verdict by Sartre" of The Question 12 Alleg, Henri—(Continued) XXXIV:22 Quoted Artre's introduction to The Question in Lead, "Behind the Web" Allegory of the Cave, The XL:50 Editorial Allen, Allen D. XXVII:45 Quoted from Dec. 1973 Foundation of Physics in Frontiers, "'Does Matter Exist?'" Allen, Devere I:22 In Human Affairs pamphlet "What Europe thinks about America" speaks of fear of Americans. XXVI:47 Quoted from Pacifism in the ModernWorld in Lead, "In Order to Have Peace" Allen, Judge Florence E. (U.S. Circuit Court Justice) II:42 Ref. to her suggestion of "Committees of Correspondence" in Editorial, "The Private Citizen's Voice" VI:39 Quote from her This Constitution of Ours in Lead, "The American Dream" VIII:51 American Bar Association Journal article, "Fair Trial and Free Press," quoted in Children XXXVI:24 Quoted in Lead, "A Legitimate Individualism" re government belonging to man Allen, Frederick (editor-in-chief, Harper's) III:47 Quotations from his centennial issue article in Review, "The Industrial Revolution— Again" VI:6 Review of his The Big Change XXX:52 The Big Change quoted in Lead, "A Voice from the Wilderness" Allen, Dr. Frederick (Director, Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic) IV:42 Discussion of his work in Children Allen, Gay Wilson XXXV:16 His biography of Emerson quoted (also quoted Essays) and discussed in Lead, "American Thinker"; his comments on "The Method of Nature" Allen, George V. (U.S. Ambassador to India) VII:27 Reference to in Lead, "Faith In Uncoerced Man" Allen, Hervey VI:36 Reference to his Bedford Village in Editorial, "Language of Symbols" VII:29 Reference to above book in Children Allen, Raymond B. (U.C.L.A. Chancellor) X:52 Quoted from on a comparison with our educational system and that of Russia (L.A.Times, Nov. 20) in Children, "Notes and Correspondence" Allen, Richard C. XVI:9 Quoted from Winter, 1962, Menninger Quarterly in Frontiers, "New Crimes and New Solutions" Allen, Richard F. XIV:18 Allen, Robert XXXI:11 His and Y. Keshava Menon's The Pure Principle: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Shankara quoted from in Review, "Shankara on Selfhood" by Ralph S. Pomeroy Quoted from Alternatives to Growth in Lead, "A Time for Thinking" XXXI:20 Quoted from Alternatives to Growth in Lead, "The Double Consciousness" XXXIII:25 Quote from his statement in Not Man Apart, Apr. 1980 issue from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature in Frontiers, "An Ominous Parallel" Allen, Steve (TV humorist) X:9 Quote from his Universalist Church sermon on "pride" in Children XIII:45 Quoted his Mark It and Strike It from Aug. 20, Saturday Review, in Frontiers, "Psychopathology and National Defense" Allen, Vicki XXX:10 Her report on Mariposa School quoted from Oct. 21 Mendocino Grapevine in Children, "Mountain School" XXX:23 Quoted from Mar. 17 Mendocino Grapevine in Frontiers, "Instead of Mega-Conferences" Allen, Walter XII:45 His review of Kingsley Amis' Lucky Jim from Dell collection The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men quoted in Lead, "The Search for Roots" Allison, Henry E. XX:35 His Lessing and the Enlightenment quoted in Children, "School and Society" XX:36 Gotthold Ephraim Lessing quoted from Lessing and the Enlightenment in Review, "Gotthold Ephraim Lessing" Also, quotes from Allison's Preface and summary Allison, Samuel I:7 Physicist in charge of New Mexico development of bomb. Insisted on free research and publication of results. Allitt, John XXXVIII:26 Quoted from Temenos #5 re mimesis of Plato in Lead Allman, T. D. XXXI:7 Quoted from Nov. 1977 Harper's in Lead, "The Greatest Conspiracy" XXXVI:49 Quoted from Sept. 1983 Harper's on Central American policy in Children, "The Counsels of Historians" Alloway, Lawrence XVII:41 Article, "Critics in the Dark" quoted from Feb. Encounter in Review, "Onward the Cinema!" 13 Allport, Dr. Gordon Willard (Harvard University) II:16 "The Scientific Method," Frontiers, discusses his study of biological and cultural influences on human behavior V:32 Review of his The Individual and His Religion, in "Religious Psychology" VIII:5 Quotes from Chase's review of his Nature of Prejudice in Frontiers, "Who Live to Tell the Tale" VIII:39 His Nature of Prejudice reviewed in "The Psychology of Prejudice" VIII:41 His "1954 Terry Lectures" discussed in Review X:14 Referred to by Edmund Ware Sinnott in Lead, "Scientific Philosophizing" XII:46 His Preface to Dr. Frankl's From DeathCamp to Existentialism quoted in Review of same title XIII:45 His The Individual and His Religion quoted in Children, "Notes in Passing" XIII:47 The Nature of Prejudice subject of comments by columnist B. Blake in Feb. 11, Goleta Gazette quoted in Frontiers, "Critical Notes on Religion" XVI:5 His Pattern and Growth in Personality quoted in Review, "In the James Tradition" XVI:28 His preface to Viktor Frankl's From DeathCamp to Existentialism quoted in Lead, "Psychological Trends" XIX:21 Quoted by Ronald R. Bringle in Lead, "Humanistic Psychology for Education" XX:45 Quoted from in Teachers College Record (1961) in Editorial, "'In Matters of Importance'" XXXV:7 Discussion on from Cole's Daedalus, Fall 1981, article in Children, "Paradigm Shift" (nature of character) XXXVII:4 Quoted his introduction to Psychology: The Brief Course on free will, in Lead, "Species of Common Sense" Almanac of Liberty, An — William O. Douglas VIII:23 Reviewed Almost as Safe as Ivory Soap Is Pure? XIV:49 Frontiers (reprint from Sept. 25 issue of I.F. Stone's Weekly) Almost Forgotten Heroes XL:20 Frontiers (Polish women saving the Jews) Alone – Admiral Richard Byrd I:12 Quoted in Lead, "Pantheistic Religion," showing Byrd's recognition of intelligence and harmony in the world. 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Loomis (Universe Books, 1982, $7.95 paper) XXXV:39 Quoted, discussed in Editorial, "Theory Embodied In Lives" XXXVIII:20 Hazel Henderson's foreword quoted in Frontiers, "Two Life Stories" Alternative Communities in Nineteenth Century England – Dennis Hardy (Longman, $25.00) XXXIII:20 Quoted in Review, "Past Communities— Here and Abroad" Alternative Communities in Nineteenth Century England (Cont.) XXXVIII:26 Quoted re community formation in the new lands (exceeded Europe) in Review, "Surviving Communities" Alternative Energy Source Book 1984 XXXVIII:1 Discussed, quoted on energy-producing equipment in Frontiers, "Some Good Machines" Alternative Future for America, An – collection of paperbacks, talks and articles by Robert Theobald (Swallow Press) XXI:34 Discussed and quoted in Review, "Work by Men-In-Motion" Alternative Futures (published by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) XXXI:41 William Nichols and Charles P. Henry paper quoted from Spring 1978 issue in Lead, "The Invisible Treasure" Alternative Institutions and American Socialism – David Moberg XXXIII:41 A chapter in Co-ops, Communities and Collectives, quoted in Review, "The Value of History" Alternative Reading XXXVII:40 Editorial (Computer Worship) Alternative to a Decadent Society (1969) – James A. Rhodes XXXVI:38 Discussed in Lead, "Servile Education in America" Alternative Way of Life, The – Conference on Communal Living Report (Kibbutz Movement) XXXVI:41 Quoted in Review, "What's Wrong, What May Be Right" Alternatives to Growth – (edited by Dennis Meadows) I: A Search for Sustainable Futures (Ballinger, 1977) XXX:4 Donnela Meadows' article on market economy quoted from Oct. 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(Alfred) XX:17 Quoted from Mar. 23 London Times Literary Supplement in Editorial, "The Contemporary Artist" XXI:16 Quoted again from the same Literary Supplement in Review, "The Stringed Lute" XXII:21 Quoted in Editorial, "Self-Made Realities" XXII:22 Quoted in Lead, "The Benefit of the Doubt" XXIX:3 Quoted from Mar. 23 London Times Literary Supplement (1967) in Lead, "Matrices of Change" XXXII:7 Quoted from in Times Literary Supplement, Mar. 23, 1967 in Lead, "The Art of Tomorrow" XXXIII:14 Quoted in Review, "Art Without Rules" Alvarez, Dr. Walter D. VII:48 Quoted from L.A. Times in Children, "Unfounded Psychiatry Upsets Child, Parents" X:5 Quoted from L.A. Times in Frontiers, "Jukes Kallikaks and Others" on Dugele, Estabrook Always Pertinent Question, The XXXV:50 Lead (Mysteries of the Mind) Always Wear a Suit and Tie XII:49 Lead Am I My Brother's Keeper? — Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (John Day; originally published in England by Dobson under The Bugbear of Literacy, 1943) XXIV:39 Quoted in Children, "The Question of Literacy" Amadou, Robert X:29 Quoted from his Portrait of the Artist as a Seer in Review, "Beyond the Five Senses" Ambar Charkha (spinning wheel) IX:7 Discussed in Editorial, "Gandhian Technology" Ambedkar, Dr. II:48 Raised opposition by dismissing Indian village republics (panchayat institution) as historical relic. Mentioned in Letter from India Ambiguity of Science, The XXII:36 Lead Ambiguity of Leisure, The VI:9 Review (The Lonely Crowd – David Riesman) 15 Ambiguous Gods, The XXVIII:47 Lead Ambiguous Language, An XXXV:13 Review (The Fire and the Sun) Iris Murdoch on Plato and Aristotle Ambio (Journal of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) XXX:2 Schumacher's quote from Kingsley Davis first appearing in article in Vol. 3, 1976 issue, then appearing in Gandhi Marg (July, 1976) given in Frontiers, "A Trend Without a Future" XXIX:25 Howard T. Odum's paper, "Energy, Ecology and Economics" quoted from Vol. 2, No. 6 issue in Lead, "The Push of Necessity" XXXI:3 Howard Odum's paper quoted from a 1975 issue in Editorial, "Slow Down" XXXV:8 Amboise, Marc XXXIV:13 Ambush with Words VII:20 Ameche, Don I:31 America Without Violence – Michael N. Nagler XXXV:48 Reviewed, quoted in "Flirting With Violence" (Island Press, Star Route 1, Box 38, Covelo, CA 95428, $80.00) America Under Pressure XIV:41 Lead – discussion of Adlai Stevenson's article in Aug. Harper's American, The – Howard Fast (John Peter Altgeld) I:8 Review "Minority Men" American Abroad - Roving Correspondent (Elsie McCollum) VI:33 Letter from American Abroad VI:40 Letters – American Abroad XXIII:13 "Letter from Eastern Europe" – Fred Holling American Academy of Asian Studies (San Francisco) VI:44 Discussed in Frontiers, "The Other Half of the World" VIII:34 Discussion of pamphlet "Way of Liberation in Zen Buddhism" in Lead, "Study of the Mind American Achievement VIII:52 Editorial American Anthropologist (periodical) IX:51 John Gillin paper from quoted in Lead, "The Form of Human Life" American Association of University Professors IX:28 Quoted on violations of academic freedom in Children. 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XXXII:48 Mentioned in Editorial, "Honor Roll" re Ernest Besig (Director's) challenge American Caesar – William Manchester XXXIII:9 (A life of MacArthur) quoted in Frontiers, "What Has Become of the Men?" American College, The – Dr. Nevitt Sanford (Stanford University) XV:12 Quoted in Children, "For Parents of the College-Bound" American Commonwealth, The – James Bryce (1888) XXVI:24 Quotation from in Review, "Some Old Books" Quoted Odum's paper in Review, "Science in the Human Interest" Long quote from his article in Le Monde reprinted in Science for Villages, Oct. 1980, in Frontiers, "Solar Cooker, Biogas, and Trees" Review of The American Indian Quoted on Neely Bill in "Monopoly" story in Review A Mellow Book by John Holt XXXII:10 Review Amendment That Refused To Die, The – Howard N. 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Goodwin (Doubleday) (excerpts from comprised 3-part article in New Yorker) XXVII:14 Discussed and quoted in Review, "The Dominant Realities" XXVII:15 Quoted (Jan. 21 New Yorker) in Lead, "Old Rationalisms for New" XXVII:20 Quoted in Review, "City and Anti-City" XXVII:21 Quote from in Editorial, "Questions Without Answers" XXVIII:39 Quoted in Lead, "What 'Thinking People' Think" XXX:17 Quoted in Children, "Lao Tse, Plato, and Thomas More" XXX:38 Discussed and quoted in Lead, "The Design Factor" XXXI:9 Quoted in Lead, "The Imperfect Society" XXXII:1 Quoted in Lead, "Various Warnings" XXXV:39 Comments from discussed in Lead, "A Major Project" XXXV:48 Quoted in Lead, "A Look at Intellectual Processes" XXXVII:6 Quoted in Lead, "Unbinding Observances" XXXVIII:45 Quoted in effect of money, urban life in Frontiers, "A Not-Quite-Lost Art" American Council of Christian Churches of California XVII:34 Letter to the Times (LA) concerning quoted in "Notes in Passing" American Culture III:37 Lead American Democracy, The – Harold J. 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VII:42 Editorial on Oppenheimer American Education Today (collection of essays from Saturday Review, McGraw-Hill) XXVI:36 Mentioned in Children, "The Unprepared Young" American Educator XL:2 Fall 1986 issue, quotation from Albert Shanker, Pres. of American Federation of Teachers, in Children, "An Educator's Dream" American Ethical Movement IV:12 Discussed in "New Ideas at Work" American Experience, The – Henry Bamford Parkes (Knopf, 1947, and Vintage) XXX:11 Quoted in Lead, "The Hidden Truths" American Farm Foundation XXXVI:4 New Educational Agricultural Enterprise (Vienna, Mo.) extensively discussed, quoted in Frontiers, "For More Garden-to-Market Farms" – 236 Massachusetts Ave. N.E., Ste. 10, Washington, D.C. 20002, Betsy Lehrfeld, Wm. Thompson, James Turner on Board of Directors American Forester II:8 Review of Gifford Pinchot's Breaking New Ground American Forests XXXI:50 Quote from E. F. 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Reporter in Lead, "Dialogues and Frustrations" 17 American Friends Service Committee—(Continued) XIX:16 Work of team of scholars titled Peace in Vietnam: A New Approach to Southeast Asia, quoted in Lead, "The Politics of Vision" XXX:11 Statement by an Egyptian, Ismail-Sabri Abdalla, on national planning, quoted from AFSC study kit in Frontiers, "Some Uncommon Sense" XXX:51 Taking Charge quoted in Editorial, "A Common Theme" XXXIV:23 Quoted their report from Rain, Mar. 1981 in Frontiers, "Visits to the Far East" (re North Korea's philosophy of self-reliance in their rural economy). Also from Lewis Hoskins N.Y. Times, July 31, 1950, article on the two Koreas American Garden, The XXXVIII:51 Lead (Frederick Turner) American Heritage, The II:6 Lead American Historical Review XVII:2 Arthur M. Schlesinger's address quoted (48,225-44) in Lead, "Politics, the State, and Free Men" XXI:18 Arthur M. 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C. Menninger quoted, Sept. 1947 issue in Frontiers, "A Look at Mental Illness" XV:25 Dr. Chas. B. Thompson's paper, "A Psychiatric Study of Recidivists" from Nov. 1937 issue, quoted in Editorial, "The Idea of the Self" XVI:21 Quoted the above in Lead, "Tides of Questioning" XVIII:49 Prof. Erik Erikson quoted from Sept. issue in Review, "Erik Erikson on Gandhi" XX:32 Erik Erikson on Gandhi quoted from Sept. 1965 issue in Frontiers, "Art and Morality" XXI:52 Wm. C. Menninger quoted, Sept. 1947 issue in Lead, "Untutored Longings" XXIII:41 Dr. Chas. B. Thompson's report "A Psychiatric Study of Recidivists" quoted (Nov. 1937 issue) in Editorial, "Our Outstanding Characteristic" XXVIII:11 Dr. C. B. Thompson's report (see above) quoted in Frontiers, "Toward Social Selfunderstanding" XXX:12 Dr. C. B. Thompson quoted (see above) in Lead, "On the Human Condition" XXXIII:44 Quoted Nov. 1937 issue, Dr. Charles B. Thompson's report in Lead, "Unfriendly Structures" XXXIV:50 Quoted Dr. Charles B. Thompson in Lead, "The Power by Which Men Live" (on crime) XXXVII:20 Quoted Nov. 1937 issue, James B. Thompson re recidivism in Lead, "The Whole of the Argument" XXXVIII:40 Quoted above in Lead, "The Research Has Been Done" American Journal of Psychoanalysis XVIII:3 Dr. Rollo May quoted from Jan.-June, 1964 issue in Review, "'Creativity and Encounter'" American Journal of Psychotherapy XII:17 Quoted from Dr. Joseph C. Solomon in Lead, "The Chains of Prometheus" American Journal of Sociology VIII:30 Frontiers, "A Criticism of Religion," deals with reprints of past on sociological approach to religion VIII:38 May, 1955 issue reprints six papers printed in last 50 years—Review, "Notes on Religion" American Library Association Bulletin XI:19 Robert B. Downs article in quoted re "The Faces of War" TV show in Frontiers, "How Touchy Can You Get?" 18 American Magazine XXI:12 American Review (previously published as New American Review) (See also under New) XXXI:17 John H. Schaar article, "Power and Purity," quoted from No. 19, Jan. 1974, in Lead, "Two Questions" XXXI:40 John Schaar quoted in Lead, "Equilibrium Regained" XXXI:48 John Schaar quoted in May 1973 issue, in Frontiers, "Indications of Human Potentiality" XXXII:4 John Schaar quoted in Issue #19, in Lead, "A Place Created" XXXII:48 Quoted from John Schaar's essay, "Power and Purity" in Issue #19, in Lead, "Ranges of Selfhood" XXXIV:18 Quoted Jan. 1974 issue, article by John Schaar re consequences of reading and writing in Lead, "Character and Will" XXXVII:18 Quoted #19 "Power and Purity" in Lead, "Promethean Affirmation" XXXVII:51 Quoted John Schaar from No. 10 on differences between great actors and the rest of us in Lead, "How Long Will It Take?" American Revolution, The — James Boggs XVII:7 Briefly quoted in Lead, "Dilemmas of the Holists" American Scholar (Magazine) V:35 Spring, 1952 issue – Joseph Wood Krutch – on "The application of Scientific Method to the Study of Human Behavior" – Review, "Self-Correctives and Scientism" V:38 Review of Felix Cohen article, "Americanizing the White Man" in Review, "Lo, the Poor White Man" VII:35 Quotations from Corner article in Frontiers, "New Dimensions for Scientific Thinkers" VII:37 Irving Ben Cooper quoted in re changing character of juvenile delinquents, Frontiers VIII:16 Carl Anthon article quoted in Review, "Scanning Some Periodicals" VIII:31 Quotes from Robert Langbaum article, "Cold War Troubles at Home" in Frontiers, "A Liberal Reassessment" IX:2 "What's Wrong with the American Novel?" reviewed in "Symposium on 'The American Novel'" IX:15 "American Scholar Symposium" – Review IX:45 Granville Hicks quoted from in Lead, "A Revolution in Power?" IX:51 Review, "Threats to Individuality" on Autumn 1956 – "New Departures and Directions – 1932-56" X:4 Geoffrey Wagner article, "The Decline of Book Reviewing" discussed in Children X:47 Quote from the symposium "Faiths for a Complex World" (Autumn) in Frontiers, "Faiths for a Perilous Life" XII:45 Cleve Gray article "Narcissus in Chaos" quoted in Frontiers, "The Artist's Responsibility" C. G. Suits quoted from Dec. 1945 issue in Lead, "Paths to Questioning" XXXII:22 William James quoted from Oct. 1909 issue in Lead, "No Precise Programming" XXXV:50 Quoted William James, Oct. 1909 in Lead, The Always Pertinent Question" (relation between cosmic mind and matter?) American Medical Association V:3 Quote from Journal, Nov. 17, 1951, in Frontiers, "Figures on Life and Death" American Nationalist (anti-Communist, anti-Semite, etc.) VII:12 Reviewed, "Accompaniments of Nationalism" American Negro, The IX:37 Review – Goodbye to Uncle Tom – J. C. Furnas American Odyssey – Ingvard Henry Eide, ed. (Rand McNally 1979) XXXVII:18 Quoted letters from and to Lewis and Clark. Introduction by Guthrie, A.B. in Review, "Meadows Yet, and Mountains" American Outlook IX:51 Edmund Carpenter article (originally in MacLean's Magazine) quoted in Frontiers, "Religion in Our Time" (original article, "Let's Stop Huckstering Religion" American Philosophers XXXIII:51 Review American Poet XXVI:43 Review American Political Science Review XVIII:21 Aug. 1944 article by John H. Hallowell quoted in Lead, "The Failing Dreams" American Political Tradition, The – Richard Hofstadter XXIV:8 Introduction to quoted in Lead, "Changing American Attitudes" XXXII:13 Quoted in Editorial, "The Uses of Truth" American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It, The – Richard Hofstadter II:10 Subject of Review, "Historical Criticism" XVI:25 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Invisible Term" American Power and the New Mandarins – Noam Chomsky (Pantheon, $7.95) XXII:17 Discussed and quoted in Review, "Some Motivational Research" and briefly quoted in Editorial, "Origins of the New 'Nihilism'" XXII:44 Quote from in Lead, "The Issue of 'Revolution'" American Psychologist (Magazine) V:40 Quotations from Gladstone-Kelman article, Apr. 1951, in Frontiers, "The Proposition is Peace" XIII:39 Dr. Thomas Szasz quoted from Feb. 1960 article, "The Myth of Mental Illness" in Frontiers, "A Look at Mental Illness" XXXII:15 Thomas Natsoulas quoted from Oct. 1978 issue in Lead, "The Difficult Subject" American Reformer, Women in Asia XXXVII:42 Frontiers 19 American Scholar—(Continued) XII:51 John W. Ward review of Erich Kahler's The Tower and the Abyss quoted in Review, "Readings on 'Freedom'" XIII:3 Cleve Gray's discussion of Modern Art Autumn 1959, quoted in Editorial, "East and West" XIII:8 Albert Guerard's "The Quest of Excellence" quoted in Children XIII:24 Again quoted (same source) in Lead, "Invitation to Utopia" XIII:39 Ernest Van Den Haag quoted from Spring issue in Review, "Cultural Analysis via Paperbacks" XIII:46 Thomas F. Curley quoted from Autumn issue in Lead, "The Lost Word Is Not the Last Word" XIV:8 Dr. Joseph Jastrow briefly quoted from Winter 1938-39 issue in Review, "The Reluctant Theorists" XIV:26 August Heckscher quoted from Summer 1961 issue in Lead, "The Dilemma and the Coming Vacuum" XV:1 Perry Miller quoted from Winter 1961-62 issue in Lead, "The Relevance of Philosophy" XVI:4 Gerald W. Johnson quoted from Winter 1963 issue in Lead, "Anti-Human Powers That Be" XVI:6 Kenneth Keniston quoted from Winter issue in Frontiers, "Label and Libel" XVI:13 Lead article, "The Devil and Soviet Russia," by Prof. Harold J. Berman taken from Vol. 27, Spring 1958 issue XVI:16 Dr. Joseph Jastrow briefly quoted from Winter 1938-39 issue in Lead, "Science with Human Ends" XVI:38 Elliott Krefets quoted from Spring 1963 issue in Frontiers, "Philosophy and Progress"; discussion of Robert Heilbroner's The Great Ascent quoted as well as W. H. Auden XVI:41 Dr. Joseph Jastrow briefly quoted from Winter 1938-39 issue in Lead, "Rationalism—Then and Now" XVI:49 Prof. Louise M. Young's review of Elisabeth Mann Borgese's Ascent of Woman quoted from Autumn issue in Children, "'Men and Women'—Continued" XVII:2 Joseph Krutch quoted from Winter issue in Editorial, "The Bitter With the Sweet" XVII:5 Santayana essay, "Spirit in the Sanctuary," quoted from Winter 1963-64 issue in Review, "Santayana and Jung" XVII:26 Summer 1963 article by Balachandra Rajan quoted in "Innovation and Participation" XVII:30 Summer 1964 article, "The Illusion of the Two Cultures" by Loren Eiseley, discussed in Frontiers, "The Dilemma of a Scientific Culture" American Scholar—(Continued) XVII:45 T.S. Matthews quoted from Autumn 1964 issue in Editorial "Where Is the Dragon?" XVIII:16 Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Spring 1965 issue in Lead, "The Deep-Freeze of System Thinking" XVIII:33 Symposium on Morality (Summer 1965) quoted in Lead, "The Shaving Process" – Daniel Bell quoting Henry Murray XVIII:49 Henry May quoted from Summer issue in Children, "The 'Radical'—Some Definitions" XVIII:50 Kenneth Keniston quoted from 1965 Summer issue in Review, "Identity Versus Morality" XVIII-51 Henry A. Murray quoted from Symposium on Morality (Summer 1965) in Review, "A Novelist's Ethical Asides" XIX:4 Henry May quoted on "The Student Movement" from Summer issue in Lead, "What Is A 'Reasonable' Protest?" XIX:4 Storm Jameson quoted from Winter issue in Review, "Too Much With It" XIX:7 Editor, Hiram Haydn, quoted from Winter 1965-66 issue in Lead, "The Language of the Inner Life" XIX:9 Storm Jameson again quoted from Winter issue in Frontiers, "An Ominous Frontier?" XIX:20 Buckminster Fuller quoted from Spring 1966 issue in Frontiers, "Fuller—More With Less" XIX:23 J. Bronowski's "Logic of the Mind" quoted from Spring 1966 issue in Review, "The Height of the Times" XIX:30 The following writers quoted from "Thirty Years Later—Memories of the First American Writers' Congress" from Summer 1965 issue in Lead, "After Ideologies"; Kenneth Burke, Malcolm Cowley, Granville Hicks, William Philips, and Daniel Aaron XIX:47 August Heckscher quoted from Autumn 1966 issue in Frontiers, "The 'Service' Society" XIX:48 Michael Polanyi quoted from Autumn 1966 issue in Lead, "The Races of Man" XX:3 Lewis Mumford quoted from Winter 196667 issue in Review, "'On the Side of the Angels'" XX:19 Storm Jameson briefly quoted from Winter 1965-66 issue in Lead, "Is Philosophy Important?" XX:25 Dr. Nathan Glazer quoted from Spring issue in Children, "The University Scene" XX:30 Joseph Wood Krutch, George Gaylord Simpson, Richard Noland, Harvey Mindess and Howard Nemerov quoted from Summer 1967 issue in Frontiers, "The Great Refusal" XX:31 Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Summer 1967 issue in Lead, "Principles and Specifics" 20 American Scholar—(Continued) XX:47 Graduate student, Marilyn Noble, quoted from Autumn issue in Editorial, "Identity Crisis" XX:48 Alice Walker (first-prize winner in Scholar essay contest) quoted (Autumn issue) in Frontiers, "The American Scholar" – also quoted from same issue: Sherman Chickering, Marilyn Noble XXI:3 Wylie Sypher article, "The Poem as Defense," quoted from Winter 1967-68 issue in Frontiers, "Arts and the Man" XXI:15 Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Summer 1954 issue in Frontiers, "Conservation Is Not Enough" XXI:16 Storm Jameson quoted from 1965-66 Winter issue in Review, "The Stringed Lute" XXI:16 Dr. Kenneth Keniston quoted from Spring 1968 issue in Children, "In Behalf of 'Prolonged Adolescence'" XXI:21 Ivanhoe Donaldson and Dwight MacDonald quoted from Autumn 1967 issue in Frontiers, "Dialogue on the Left" XXI:32 Wylie Sypher quoted from Winter 1967-68 issue in Frontiers, "Science for Man" XXI:33 Benjamin DeMott quoted from Summer issue in Lead, "Crossing the Line" XXI:34 J. Bronowski's paper, "The Logic of the Mind," quoted in Lead, "Promethean or Epimethean Progress?" Spring 1966 issue XXI:36 Earl Rovit quoted from Summer issue in Frontiers, "Has Self a Role?" XXI:37 Benjamin DeMott quoted from Summer issue in Lead, "Art and Transcendence" XXI:52 Storm Jameson quoted from Winter 1965-66 issue, in Review, "The Cultural Centrifuge" XXII:3 John Herman Randall quoted on influence of Plato on Western civilization from Summer 1968 issue in Review, "Teacher of Western Man" XXII:4 J. E. Seigel's essay on Frantz Fanon quoted from Winter issue in Frontiers, "Fanon's 'Final Outcome'" XXII:14 Prof. David Michael Levin quoted from Winter 1968-69 issue in Frontiers, "On 'Structuralism'" XXII:19 Walter Goodman quoted from Spring issue in Frontiers, "A Calculus of Sin" XXII:21 John S. Rosenberg quoted from Spring issue in Review, "Was the Civil War A 'God' War?" XXII:31 Storm Jameson quoted from Winter 1965-66 issue in Lead, "The Price of Submission" XXII:32 Joseph Jastrow quoted from 1938 issue in Lead, "The Idea of Knowledge" XXII:36 Michael Polanyi quoted from Autumn 1966 issue in Lead, "Conscription Accounting" XXII:47 Lewis Mumford quoted from Winter 196667 issue in Review, "In Apprehension How Like A . . ." American Scholar—(Continued) XXII:50 Michael Kazin quoted from Autumn 1969 issue in Review, "A Chasm, Not A Gap"; J. Bronowski also quoted XXIII:4 Irving Kristol quoted from Winter 1969 issue in Lead, "The American Dream" Also quoted from same issue, in Lead, Richard Hulsenbeck XXIII:8 Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Spring 1965 issue in Lead, "Ill Without Prescription" XXIII:21 Wylie Sypher's discussion of Gaston Bachelard's The Politics of Space quoted, Winter 1967-68, in Lead, "What Is the Stuff of History?" XXIII:36 Lewis Mumford quoted by James W. Carey and John J. Quirk in their article, Summer issue, in Frontiers, "New Ways of Thinking" Joseph Wood Krutch also quoted from same issue in same Frontiers XXIV:10 Kenneth Keniston quoted from Fall 1970 issue in Lead, "Processes of Change" XXIV:12 Herbert J. Muller quoted, Winter 1970-71 issue, in Children, "Alternative Education in Cuernavaca" XXIV:17 William Jovanovich quoted from Spring 1971 issue in Lead, "Utopian Proposal" XXIV:18 Robert Motherwell quoted on "universal language of children's art," Winter 1970-71 issue in Children, "Miscellany" XXIV:35 Peter L. Marks quoted from Summer 1971 issue in Lead, "The Lost Simplicities" XXV:4 Rene Dubos, Evelyn Kossoff quoted from Winter 1971-72, in Frontiers, "The American Scholar" XXV:8 Lewis Mumford quoted from Winter 196667, in Review, "Book of Nature: Different Readings" XXV:19 Rene Dubos quoted from Spring issue in Frontiers, "Baconian Harvest" XXV:47 Loren Eiseley quoted from Summer 1964, in Lead, "Internalizing Institutions" XXV:49 Neville Maxwell's article, "The China Nixon Didn't See" quoted from Autumn issue in Frontiers, "The New China" XXVI:4 Joseph Jastrow quoted on ESP, Winter 193839 issue in Editorial, "Time to Change the Canon?" XXVI:5 Michael Polanyi quoted from Autumn 1966 issue in Lead, "The Scholar's Role" XXVI:7 Rene Wellek quoted from Winter 1972-73 issue in Review, "The Paradox of Consciousness" XXVI:18 Jerzy Kosinski quoted from Spring issue in Review, "Avuncular Wisdom" Robert Langbaum also quoted from same issue (1973) in same Review XXVI:37 Dr. Daniel Bell quoted from Summer 1973, in Lead, "The Problem-Solvers" 21 American Scholar—(Continued) XXVI:48 Wylie Sypher quoted on Bachelard from Winter 1967-68 issue in Lead, "Ruskin: A Brief Exploration" XXVI:49 Florence Howe and Robert Coles reviews quoted from Autumn 1973, in Children, "Where Destruction Begins" XXVI:51 Rene Dubos quoted, Autumn 1973 issue, in Lead, "A New Genesis" XXVI:51 Thomas W. Molyneaux quoted from above issue in same Lead XXVII:6 Rene Dubos quoted from Winter 1973-74 issue, in Frontiers, "The Ability to Change" XXVII:19 Wilder Penfield quoted from Spring 1974, in Frontiers, "Mind and Brain" XXVII:24 Wilhelmina Van Ness quoted from Spring issue in Lead, "What Shall We Learn To Praise?" XXVII:40 Interview with Jacob Bronowski quoted from Summer 1974 issue, in Review, "Socratic Priorities" XXVII:46 Joseph Jastrow quoted from Winter 1938-39 issue in Frontiers, "More Convergence in Science" XXVII:50 Peter Marks quoted from Summer 1971 issue, in Lead, "The Dramatic Illustration" XXVIII:2 Arthur Schlesinger article, "Politics and the American Language," quoted, Autumn issue, in Children, "With Emerson's Help" XXVIII:21 Storm Jameson quoted from 10-year-old issue in Editorial, "A Time of Decision" XXVIII:22 Saul Bellow quoted from Winter 1974 issue in Editorial, "Death and Rebirth" XXIX:3 Sonya Rudikoff quoted from Autumn 1975 issue in Lead, "Matrices of Change" XXIX:11 Rene Dubos article quoted from Winter 1975 issue in Children, "Goals for Education" XXIX:18 Robert Langbaum's quote of D. H. Lawrence quoted from Winter 1975-76 issue, in Lead, "Lost and Found Meanings" XXIX:18 Peter Shaw article on Center for Editions of American Authors quoted, same issue, in Review, "Between Epochs" XXIX:35 Jacob Bronowski quoted from Spring 1966, in Lead, "The Origin of Religion" XXIX:37 Prof. Sidney Hook's article on Morris Cohen quoted from Summer issue in Children, "The Good Old Days" and in Editorial, Philosophic Piety" XXIX:40 J. Bronowski quoted, Spring 1966 issue, in Lead, "Science and Consciousness" XXIX:45 Quentin Anderson quoted on Emerson, George Woodcock's "The Lure of the Primitive," quoted from Summer issue in Lead, "Outside—Looking Back" XXIX:52 Alexander Gerschenkron quoted from Spring 1976 issue in Lead, "One World or Two?" XXIX:52 William Nichols' review of argument between Carlyle and Timothy Walker quoted, same issue, in same Lead American Scholar—(Continued) XXX:23 Rene Dubos quoted from Spring issue in Frontiers, "Instead of Mega-Conferences" XXX:24 Jacob Needleman's letter to quoted from Spring issue in Lead, "Ideas and Beliefs" XXX:39 Wylie Sypher quoted on Bachelard from Winter 1967-68 issue, in Review, "The Writer's Science and Art" XXX:48 Michael Polanyi quoted from Autumn 1966 issue in Review, "Polanyi's Last Book" XXXI:19 Wylie Sypher quoted on Bachelard, Winter 1967-68, in Lead, "The Inherent Purpose" XXXI:24 Edward Shils quoted from Spring issue in Children, "One More Curricular Reform" XXXI:36 Emerson quoted in Lead, "Signs and Thinking" XXXI:37 Rene Dubos's essay quoted, Spring 1978, in Lead, "Model and Ingredient" XXXI:49 Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Spring 1965 issue, in Lead, "Intangible Requirements" XXXII:7 Rene Dubos quoted, Autumn 1978, in Children, "Backward New England, Texas Common Sense" XXXII:14 Sidney Hook's quotation from Morris Cohen in his Summer 1976 article quoted in Review, "John McTaggart" XXXII:17 Jacob Bronowski quoted, Spring 1966, in Lead, "Language and Beyond" XXXII:18 George Kateb's review of Hannah Arendt's The Life of the Mind quoted, Winter 1978, in Lead, "The Ordeal of Thinking" XXXII:41 Wylie Sypher quoted on Bachelard, Winter 1967-68, in Lead, "A Sense of Direction" XXXII:47 Quoted Gerald Holton, Summer 1979, in Lead, "Lightning, Wind, and Night" XXXIII:1 Quoted from Rene Dubos column on college students in Children, "Why Aren't They Happy?" XXXIII:7 Discussed article by Victor F. Weisskopf, Autumn 1979, in Lead, "Religion, Art, and Science" XXXIII:12 Quoted Kenneth Seeskin re Plato's view of politics and philosophy in Lead, "Grounds for Suspicion" XXXIII:14 Quoted from Victor Weisskopf in Autumn 1979, in Review, "Art Without Rules" XXXIII:23 Quoted from essay by Rene Dubos, Spring 1980, in Children, "Periodical Review" Also quoted from Jean Hollander's article on policemen and Shakespeare in same issue in Children, "Periodical Review." And quote from the end of article by Aristides in same issue in Children XXXIII:26-35 Quote from Autumn 1966, from Michael Polanyi on Hungarian rebellion in Lead, "Some People Have Begun" XXXIII:38 Quoted and discussed his article, Fall 1970, in Children, "Something Is Missing" 22 American Scholar—(Continued) XXXIII:23 Quoted from essay by Rene Dubos, Spring 1980, also quoted Jean Hollander on policemen and Shakespeare and end of article by Aristides – all in Children, "Periodical Review" XXXIII:26-35 Quote from Autumn 1966 issue Michael Polyani on Hungarian rebellion in Lead, "Some People Have Begun" XXXIII:38 Quoted and discussed article, Fall 1970, in Children, "Something Is Missing" (Dr. Keniston on youth) XXXIV:18 Quoted Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Autumn 1974, in Lead, "Character and Will" re Federalist Papers and Founding Fathers XXXIV:21 Quoted above in Lead, "One Kind of Change" re purity of language XXXIV:23 Quoted Kennth Keniston "Youth" in Lead, "On Self-Evolvers" XXXIV:35 Spring 1981 story by Karl Shapiro on Melvin B. Tolson (poet) in Review, "How to Read a Book" XXXIV:46 Quoted Summer 1981 article by Diane Ravitch in Lead, "On Creating the Future" XXXV:4 Autumn 1981 issue, "Gertrude Himmelfarb's article in Lead, "Deciding on Importance" XXXV:35 Quoted Wylie Sypher, Winter 1967-68 (Gaston Bachelard) in Children, "On SelfDiscovery" XXXV:39 Spring 1966 article by Jacob Bronowski in Lead, "The Logic of the Mind" and quoted Spring 1982 Robert Adams article on higher education in Children, "No Monuments Needed" XXXV:48 Quoted Autumn 1975 issue, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., on language, in Lead, "A Look at Intellectual Processes" XXXV:51 Quoted Rene Dubos (1977) in Lead, "A Question of Reverance" XXXVI:2 Quoted 1966 essay by J. Bronowski in Lead, "Minds Seeking Freedom" XXXVI:13 Quoted Jeremy Bernstein, Winter 1982-83 in Lead, "The Nectar of Eternity" ("Science for the Non-Scientist") XXXVI:25 1971 article by Peter Marks (short-term good for individual bad for community) in Lead, "Systems of Infrastructure" XXXVI:25 Spring 1983 quoted: Vermont Royster, E.D. Hirsch, Jr., and Aristides in Children, "The Art of Balancing" XXXVI:41 Quoted Leon Kass, M.D., Spring 1983, "The Case for Mortality" in Frontiers, "Is Death a Friend?" XXXVI:43 Quoted Spring 1983 on teaching reading and writing by E.D. Hirsch, Jr., in Children, "Part of the Act of Living" XXXVI:46 Clara Claiborne Park quoted on Werner Jaeger, Summer 1983 issue, in Children, "Paideia"; also quoted Aristides American Scholar—(Continued) XXXVII:1 Clara Claiborne Park, Summer 1983 on Wild's comparison of rhetoric and advertising, and from Spring 1963, Joseph Wood Krutch on "Sloburbs" in Frontiers, "Sloburbia, etc." XXXVII:20 Joseph P. Fell on John William Miller from Winter 1983-84 in Lead, "The Whole of the Argument" (revising philosophical idealism) XXXVII:46 Summer 1984, E.D. Hirsch, Jr. re teaching literature and English in "Why Schooling Is Going Wrong" XXXVII:50 Autumn 1965, "Morality and Ethics" by Kenneth Keniston in Lead, "From Morality to Ethics" XXXVIII:5 Summer 1984, E.D. Hirsch on policies of educational administrators in "School and State" XXXVIII:6 Christina Sommers (Summer 1984) on "moral education and reform" in schools in "What Is Moral Education?" XXXVIII:8 Wylie Sypher and his use of Bachlard's The Poetics of Space from Winter 1967-68 issue in Review, "A Desirable Synthesis" XXXVIII:13 Joseph Wood Krutch, 1951 essay on "competition" in Review, "Predation or Symbiosis?" XXXVIII:15 Joseph Wood Krutch, Summer 1954 "Conservation Is Not Enough" in Lead, "The Next Step" XXXVIII:17 Summer 1984 Christina Sommers on "values" in Lead, "Myths, Novels, 'Facts'" XXXVIII:22 Christina Sommers re teaching of "ethics" in Lead, "What Is Morality?" XXXVIII:24 Quoted Christina Sommers (Summer 1984) "Old Bag of Virtues" in Lead, "Ways of Thinking about Change" XXXVIII:40 Quoted Spring 1985 Lauro Martines, "Large and Little School Teaching" in Children, "One-Room Schoolhouse" XXXIX:19 Winter 1985-86, Thomas P. Rohlen on education in Japan, in Children, "Learning from Japan" XXXIX:50 August 1986 quotes Jacques Barzun on "computer" writing in Children, "Emasculating Language" XL:3 William Mueller, Winter 1987, in Editorial "On Farming" American Scholar, The XX:48 Frontiers XXV:4 Frontiers American Scientist XXXIII:50 Quoted letter to by J. Stan Rowe in Frontiers, "The 'Moral' Authorities of Progress" American Self-Criticism VIII:31 Lead American Sociological Review XIX:24 LaMar T. Empey and Jerome Rabow quoted from Oct. 1961 issue in Frontiers, "Modeling for Social Good" 23 American Soldier, The – Robert S. Lynd XXIV:39 C. Wright Mills' quote from given in Frontiers, "In Honor of C. Wright Mills" American Spectator XXXVIII:44 Quoted Denis P. Doyle on education in Chicago American Studies, Foundation for XII:4 Their 1956 "Symposium on Individuality and Personality" produced Essays on Individuality, U. of Pa. Press, 1958, edited by Felix Morley, reviewed in "Reflections on Individuality" American Teacher XLI:27 March 1988, quoted Larry Koralik re textbooks in Frontiers, "Odds and Bad Ends" American Testament, The – Mortimer Adler and William Gorman (Praeger, 1975) XXIX:8 John Adam's words quoted from in Editorial, "One Change For the Better" American Thinker XXXV:16 Lead (Emerson—biography) American Tradition, An XXXI:22 Review American Tragedy VII:18 Lead – J. Robert Oppenheimer VII:42 Waldo Frank's Nation article of same title as above reviewed in Lead, "Sanity and Honor" American West, The (Quarterly) XVII:20 Editorial by Ray A. Billington quoted in Review, "Reviewer's Delight" "Americanism" and Russia XVII:20 Review (Milton Meyer in Progressive) "Americanism" Literature II:17 Review (Rose Wilder Lane's The Discovery of Freedom) Americanization of Emily, The – William Bradford Hui XIII:37 Quoted in Editorial, "The Synanon 'Family'" under sub-title "Subversive Character" Americanization of Psychoanalysis, The – Walter A. Weisskopf XVII:5 Lead Americans and Chinese – Francis L. K. Hsu VII:21 Reference to in review of Eastern World, "An English Perspective" Americans Don't Lose Locomotives" II:6 Editorial (but they lose 9,000 tanks) Américas (intercultural magazine published in English, Spanish and Portuguese by Pan American Union) XIII:4 Article by Mariano Picon-Salas reprinted from Nov. 1959 issue as Lead America's Energy – Robert Engler, Ed. (Pantheon, 1980) XXXIV:40 Articles appearing in Nation during past century, discussed and quoted in Review, "Nation's Articles on Energy" America's "Public Relations" X:17 Frontiers America's Real Religion – A Powell Davies II:25 Reviewed America's Sahib Complex XIV:25 Editorial America's Undefined Religion II:25 Review of Amrica's Real Religion—A Powell Davies America's Unhonored Dream XXXII:17 Review Ameringer, Oscar I:8 If You Don't Weaken - Review, "Minority Men" III:47 Long quotation from above book in Lead, "The Good Die Young—Or Barely Live" re difficulties of keeping the Leader alive during World War I III:48 Quote from above book in Children on difficulties of anyone agreeing with Leader during war hysteria XXXI:25 If You Don't Weaken reviewed in Lead, "The Solid Meaning of Life" XXXI:25 Quoted in "Luther's Reformation" based on work by d'Aubigny, quoted in Lead Ames, Adelbert, Jr. XX:26 Quoted from Morning Notes of Adelbert Ames, Jr., in Review, "Foundations of Tomorrow's Science" XX:28 Quoted on perceptual awareness in Lead, "Uses and Misuses of Conformith" XX:45 Quote from Morning Notes of Adelbert Ames in Frontiers, "Fact and Opinion" XXI:34 Quoted in Lead, "Promethean or Epimethean Progress?" XXII:38 Quoted from The Morning Notes in Lead, "The Convention of Knowledge" Ames, Oakes XXXII:8 His Economic Annuals and Human Cultures quoted from in Review, "West Coast Americana" XXXVIII:52 Quoted Economic Annuals and Human Cultures in Frontiers, "Humanistic Science" (anthropology vs. Botany) XXXIX:9 Quoted (by Edgar Anderson) in Review, "Adventure in Botany" Ames, Steven XXXII:47 Quoted from Rain, in Children, "Working with Neighbors" Ames, Van Meter (Prof. of Philosophy at University of Cincinnati) VIII:24 Quote from his Philosophy East and West article on Zen in Lead, "Rediscovery of Asia" Amherst College IX:51 Five-year experiment conducted there discussed in Children, from Fred M. Hechinger article in Perspectives USA Amiable Anarchist Speaks, An XI:45 Frontiers – Heinz Kraschutski Amid the Encircling Gloom XXV:49 Review Amiel (Swiss diarist, 1821-81) I:34 Warnings on American democracy III:2 Quotation from on problems of a democratic society. Materialism auxiliary doctrine of every tyranny. Ref. to his Journal 24 Amiel—(Continued) III:20 VI:21 X:25 XVI:33 XVII:15 XVII:21 XXIII:45 XXVI:12 XXVII:38 XXXII:14 XXXV:4 XXXVI:1 Among the Psychics II:52 Quote from Journal re "Self-government with tenderness" in Children Quoted in Lead, "Concerning Prophecy" Tolstoy quoted from introduction to Journal Quoted in Lead, "The Strenuous Life" Quoted from Feb. 16, 1874 entry in Journal In Time in Lead, "The Prophetic Agonizers" Requoted from above Quoted from Journal in Lead, "Some Successful Prophets" Briefly quoted in Lead, "Creation and Discovery" Quoted in Editorial, "Signs and Predictions" Quoted in Editorial, "Prophetic Voices" Quoted in Lead, "Deciding on Importance" (re "Truth" communicated by contagion) Quoted his Journal in Lead, "A Threat of Self-Knowledge" (re materialism) Amory, Cleveland XXIV:42 Amrine, Michael VI:48 Frontiers, There Is a Psychic World, Dr. Horace Westwood Quoted from Oct. 9 Saturday Review in re talk with Thor Heyerdahl about pollution in Frontiers, "Where Reform Should Begin" Ref. to in Progressive article in Frontiers, "Seeds of 'Counter Revolution'" Amrita Bazar Patrika XXXVI:5 Quoted Gandhi from Aug. 3, 1934 issue re the "masses" and non-violence, in Lead, "An Impossible Enterprise" Amsterdam World Assembly of Churches I:43 Christian Century & Progressive (Milton Mayer's accounts of) Amstutz, Dr. G. C. XIX:19 His letter to editors used in Lead, "Over the Old Bridge" Amusing Ourselves to Death – Neil Postman (Viking, 1985) XXXIX:22 Quoted in Review, "The Distractions of Imagery" An Age of Many Names XXV:7 Lead An Amiable Anarchist Speaks XI:45 Frontiers – Heinz Kraschutski An Ancient Dilemma XXII:15 Editorial An Ancient Mystery XXVII:1 Editorial An Ancient Quest XIII:5 Lead An Ancient Question XXXIX:13 Lead (Moral law) An Ape of Gods: The Art and Thought of Lafcadio Hearn XXXII:12 A book by Beongcheon Yu, reviewed in Review, "Lafcadio Hearn—An Appreciation" XXXII:12 Quote from in Editorial, "One Man's Success" An Aristocratic Art XLI:50 Lead An Article, A Book XL:2 Lead An Article and a Movie V:43 Frontiers – Harper's article on Lewis Mumford, Cry the Beloved Country (film) An Emerging Theme XXXIII:37 Review An Enchanted Childhood at Raven Rocks – Else Crooks Harper (Community Service Inc., Box 243, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387) XL:35 Quoted in Frontiers, "All Things Are Connected" An Honorable Century XL:14 Frontiers (Freedom, anarchists) An Ideal Life XL:25-34 Lead (Thoreau) An Immediate Problem XXXIV:18 Frontiers – re crime Amis, Kingsley XII:45 Quoted from Dell collection The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men – also review of his Lucky Jim by Walter Allen in same, quoted in Lead, "The Search for Roots" XIII:18 Robert Hatch's Nation (Mar. 19) review of his New Maps of Hell (Lectures at Princeton on science fiction) quoted from in Frontiers, "Toward Freedom" XXXII:25 Robert Nye's review of his Rudyard Kipling and His World quoted from Mar. 31, 1976 Christian Science Monitor in Children, "Good Odds, Bad Ends" Amish (from Ecologist) – Thomas Foster XXXV:23 Article quoted in Frontiers, "Changes in Thought and Action" Amish Community XXIV:8 Stephen Arons' story on Supreme Court decision quoted from Jan. 15 Saturday Review in Lead, "Who Is Responsible For Education?" XXXVIII:40 Unidentified paper on Amish school in Aylmer, Ont. quoted in Children, "The OneRoom Schoolhouse" Amish, Learning from the—Thomas Foster XXXV:23 Article quoted in Frontiers, "Changes in Thought and Action" Ammonius Saccas XXI:15 Church historian, Mosheim's reference to quoted in Lead, "Religion and Religions" Ammunition for Peacemakers (Pilgrimage Press) 1986 XL:9 Editorial, quoted Freeman Dyson, discusses Phillips P. Moulton's (the editor) comments in ". . . All for Nothing" Amnesty—A Good Institution XXXI:23 Frontiers Among the Optimistic Thinkers VII:29 Frontiers (Lyman Bryson, Maxwell Anderson) 25 An Immortal Tale XL:37 Anarchist, The – James Joll XVIII:11 Concluding portion of Nicolas Walter's review of in Dec. 1964 Anarchy quoted in Frontiers, "A Freer Society" Anarchist Papers, The -- Dimitrios Roussopoulos, ed. (Murray Bookchin, Noam Chomsky, etc. – Black Rose Books, Montreal) XXXIX:27 Quoted Paul Goodman from The New Reformation and comment by George Woodcock in Children, "On Paul Goodman" XXXIX:44 George Woodcock re anarchists on "tradition" and views of Goodman in Lead, "Contrasting World Views" Anarchist and Some Socialists, An XXXV:2 Frontiers Anarchist Collective, The: Workers' Self-Management in the Spanish Revolution 1936-1939 (Free Life Editions, $10.00 – edited by Sam Dolgoff) XXX:11 Murray Bookchin's Introduction to quoted in Lead, "The Hidden Truths" XXX:16 Reviewed and Gaston Leval quoted from in "Report on Spanish Anarchists" Murray Bookchin introduction also quoted Anarchist Contribution, The VII:46 Frontiers Anarchist Historian XXVIII:46 Review Anarchist Prince, The – George Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovic (Schocken, 1971) XXIV:35 Discussed and quoted in Review with that title XXIV:36 Quote from section on Kropotkin's The Conquest of Bread in Frontiers, "A Better Abundance" XXXIII:21 Quoted from in Frontiers, "Thinking About What To Do" Anarchist Prince, The XXIV:35 Review Anarchist Proposal, An III:18 Frontiers – on World Citizenship Anarchist Vision, The XVIII:24 Frontiers – Errico Malatesta, His Life and Ideas Anarchist Writings of William Godwin, The – Peter Marshall (Freedom Press) XXXIX:38 Reviewed, quoted in "William Godwin" Anarchists, The – edited by Irving L. Horowitz XIX:15 Discussed and quoted in Review of same title Anarchists of Spain, The XXXI:3 Review Anarchy (English Journal) published by Freedom Press, 84a Whitechapel High St., London XIV:51 Patrick Geddes quoted from Sept. 1961, in Children, "Anarchy On Purpose" XV:36 John Ellerby quoted, Nov. 1961, in Review, "'Way Out' – Some Reasons Why" XV:48 Geoffrey Ostergaard quoted from Oct. issue in Lead, "The Irrelevance of the Cold War" Review (Jean Giono) last section by Catherine Roberts on Choose Life An Important Distinction XXXIII:10 Editorial An Incomplete Guide to the Future – Willis Harmon XXXIV:3 Quoted in Frontiers, "Schools of the People" An Interesting Decision XXXIV:9 Frontiers An Intermediate Outlook XXXIII:46 Review An Involving Book XXX111:21 Review An Israeli Dove Speaks XL:37 Frontiers An Opening Door XL:40 Lead (Becker, Sheldrake) An Outbreak of Peace – Sarah Pirtle XL:38 Quoted in Children, "A Nice Good Book" An Unsolved Mystery XL:39 Reviewed On the Iliad Anachronistic Agnostic, The XII:3 Frontiers – Maurice Lowe – Canada ANAI (Costa Rica) XXXIX:18 Quoted their letter in Frontiers, "Tropical Farming Project" XXXIX:37 Editorial quoted Bill McLarney re volunteers, "Opportunity in Costa Rica" XL:48 Letter from Wm. McLarney in Frontiers, "The Atlantic Coastal Environment" XLI:51 Annual report quoted in "Help for Costa Rica" (1176 Bryson City Road, Franklin, N. Carolina 28734) Analects XXXIV:43 Definition of from Britannica in Lead, "A Task of Rectification" (Lun-Yu on "Discourses and Dialogues") Analysis and Synthesis XL:24 Lead Analysis of Oppression XXXV:26-34 A chapter in Weil's book, Oppression and Liberty quoted in Editorial, "The Madness of Power-Seeking" Analytical Psychology, Its Theory and Practice – C. G. Jung (Pantheon, $6.95) XXI:51 Discussed and quoted in Review, "Jung's Thought in 1935" also quoted Dr. E. A. Bennet's statement from the foreword XXI:52 Quote from in Frontiers, "The Imperialism of Language" Ananthu, T. S. XL:47 Pamphlet, A Gandhian Approach to Technological Wonders for the 21st Century, Frontiers, "A Growing Menace" Anarchist (British Journal) XVI:28 Martin Daniel article, "A Charter for the Unfree Child" quoted from Nov. 1962 issue in Children, "Notes and Quotes" XVII:36 Paul Goodman talk quoted from March issue in Children, "'Anarchism' and Education" 26 Anarchy—(Continued) XVI:2 Roger Bray quoted on Leo Tse's teaching from Sept. 1962 issue in Frontiers, "Strange Currents" XVI:6 Roger Bray quoted from Sept. 1962, in Lead, "The Right To Be Wise" XVI:14 Arthur Uloth quoted, Jan. issue, in Children, "Children and the Myths of War" XVI:32 Charles Radcliffe quoted from May issue in Children, "Notes from the Radicals" XVI:32 Wynford Hicks, student at Oxford, quoted from same issue in same Children XVI:37 Tom McAlpine quote, April 1963 issue in Frontiers, "Therapy for a Sick Civilization" XVII:12 Alexander Trocchi article, "The Spontaneous University" quoted from Sept. 1963 issue, in Review, "Miscellany" XVIII:3 Article by Greer and Blossom quoted from Sept. 1964 issue in Children, "Some English Critics" XVIII:31 Nicolas Walter's review (concluding portion) of James Joll's The Anarchists and volume by George Woodcock, quoted from Dec. 1964 issue in Frontiers, "A Freer Society" XIX:28 Arnold Pressman quoted from in Frontiers, "The Evolution of Synanon" XIX:38 Penelope Leach article from No. 64 issue used as Children, "The Rigid Child" Also briefly quoted in Editorial, "To Correct Rigidity" XX:4 Lewis Herber quoted, Nov. 1966 issue in Lead, "Ecology Plus" XX:14 Lewis Herber quoted from above in Lead, "The Measure of Progress" XX:41 Lewis Herber quoted from Aug. 1967 issue in Lead, "Nature's Voice Has Changed" XXI:18 Kate Vandergrift quoted from May 1967 (No. 75) issue in Children, "Drama in London" XXI:46 Peter Miller, Peter Reston, Paul Foot quoted in re R. F. MacKenzie's work at Braehead School, from Dec. 1967 (No. 82) issue in Children, "Experiment in Scotland" XXII:25 Tom Woolley, John Turner, and George Molner quoted from March 1969 issue in Frontiers, "The New Renaissance" XXII:51 Anthony Weaver paper quoted from Sept. (No. 103) in Children, "Schools and Problems" XXIII:1 Kingsley Widmer quoted from No. 104 in Review, "Humanist Themes" XXIV:19 George Gardstein and Keith Paton quoted from No. 108 in Review (Dec. 1970) "Magazines from Abroad" XXVIII:46 Nicholas Walter quoted from Dec. 1964 issue in Review, "Anarchist Historian" XVIII:3 Article by Greer and Blossom, Sept. 1964, quoted in Children, "Some English Critics" Anarchy—(Continued) XVIII:11 Nicolas Walter's review of James Joll's The Anarchists and volume by Geo. Woodcock, quoted, Dec. 1964 issues Anarchy and Order – Herbert Read (first published in England in 1954, paper by Beacon, 1970, $2.95) XXV:14 Discussed and quoted in Review, "Some Redefinitions" XXXVIII:40 Quoted in Frontiers, "A Mysterious 'Chemical Change'" Anarchy in Action – Colin Ward (Freedom Press, 1982) XXXVI:19 Quoted (what people do without pressure of law) in Lead, "The Neglected Capacity of Humans" Anatomy of Contempt XXI:36 Review "Anatomy of Futility" XX:33 Editorial Anatomy of the Future – Roderick Seidenberg XIV:42 Quoted in Review, "Twentieth-Century Synthesis" Also quoted in Editorial, "Who Shapes Our Ends?" Anatomy of Knowledge, The – edited by Marjorie Grene (University of Massachusetts Press, 1969) XXIV:36 Quote from Introduction to in Lead, "The Question of 'Proof'" Quotes also from essays by Marjorie Grene, Sigmund Koch, Michael Polanyi XXIX:48 Michael Polanyi's paper, "Structure of Consciousness," quoted from in Lead, "Hidden Identities" Anatomy of Marxism XXXIII:7 Editorial Anatomy of a Myth X:2 Frontiers (Tokyo Rose) Anatomy of Nature, The – Andreas Feininger (Crown, 1956) XXIV:15 Quotes from in Children, "Pictures by Feininger" Anatomy of Political Evil XXII:49 Review Anatomy of Reality XXXVII:3 Reviewed, quoted in "A Mirror and Magnifier" XXXVII:22 Quoted on imagination in Children, "Education of Imagination" "Anatomy" of the Self XVI:28 Editorial Anatomy of Understanding, The XIX:27 Lead Anaxagoras II:47 Socrates had an early enthusiasm for but later revised opinion Anaximander (Milesian school of Greek philosophy) I:33 Reference to his God-idea in review of Wendell Thomas' On the Resolution of Science and Faith "Ancestor" or Humanistic Psychology, An XXIII:40 Frontiers 27 Ancestors of Man, The I:39 Frontiers (Apes, Giants and Man, Franz Weidenreich; Henry Fairfield Osborn; Julian Huxley) Anchor Books (Doubleday series) VI:35 Given plug in Editorial, "Worthy Ventures" Anchor Review XII:33 John Lukacs quoted from in Lead, "Crossroads for Democracy" XII:35 John Lukacs again quoted in Lead, "No Issue" Ancient Americans XXII:44 Review Ancient Becomes the Modern, The XXX:7 Review Ancient Civilizations of the Andes – Philip Ainsworth XXV:12 Brief quotation from in Editorial, "The Inviolability of 'X'" XXV:52 Quoted in Lead, (x-factor in human beings) Ancient Egyptian Religion – H. Frankfort (Columbia University Press, 1948) I:39 Reviewed in "The Gods of Egypt" II:42 Quotation from in review (Frontiers) of Tibetan Book of the Dead XVIII:1 Quoted in Lead, "The Sacred Bonds" XX:14 Quoted in Lead, "The Measure of Progress" XXIX:37 Quoted in Lead, "Extra-Territorial Perspective" XXXII:9 Quoted in Lead, "A Project of Wondering" Ancient Esperanto? IV:14 Frontiers Ancient Greeks, The XXXV:47 Review (various books on Greece, old and new) Ancient Irrigators XXXVII:48 Frontiers (Libya) Ancient Life in the American Southwest – Edgar L. 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The Case Against Capital Punishment – Eugene Block XVII:16 Quoted in Review, "A Study of the Death Penalty" And Now Miguel – Joseph Krumgold VII:29 Reviewed in Children And Save Them for Pallbearers – James Garrett XI:51 Reviewed, "War and the Image of the Hero" . . . And So Proud – George Yamada IX:35 Frontiers And Wait for the Night – John William Corrington XIX:13 Long quote from in Frontiers, "'Speak Truth to Power'" XXXIII:37 Mentioned in Lead, "Irreducible Vision" Andersen, Hans Christian V:42 Review "The Quest for Living" V:43 Children VI:4 Children Anderson, Alfred and Dorothy (Cherry Ct., Ukiah, CA 95482, #10) XXXIV:39 Quoted letter in Community Service Newsletter May/June 1981 (re decentralization) in Frontiers, "Questions of the Times" Anderson, Camilla M. X:49 Her Beyond Freud quoted in Review, "What's Wrong With Morality?" Anderson, Edgar XVI:46 Quoted from Autumn 1963 Landscape in Editorial, "Weekend Pantheism?" XXIII:44 His story of Soviet biologist, N. I. Vavilov, quoted from Plants, Man and Life in Lead, "Vision and Vulgarization" XXXII:8 Bob Callahan's review of A Geographical Sketch of Early Man in "West Coast America" XXXIII:25 His Landscape Papers reviewed in "Cliches and Bulldozers" and in Review XXXII:47 Discussed Landscape Papers in Editorial, "Community Honor Roll" Anderson, Henry XVIII:14 Quoted from Feb. Liberation in Lead, "The Obscure Alliance" XVIII:17 Quoted from Liberation in Lead, "A Society Worth Having" XIX:46 His KPFA commentary text of Lead, "The Case Against the Drug Culture" Also one sentence quote in Editorial, "Openings and Births" XX:3 Quoted in Frontiers, "Concerning Arguments About LSD" XX:8 His KPFA broadcast text of Lead, "The War on Alienation XX:23 Quoted in Frontiers, "Response to 'Community'" 28 Anderson, Henry—(Continued) XX:29 KPFA broadcast subject of Frontiers, "We, Too, Deserve to Be Free" XXI:3 Wrote Lead, "Toward a Sociology of Being" XXI:11 Briefly quoted in Editorial, "The Objectivity We Need" Wrote Frontiers, "The Sickness Unto Death" XXI:15 Quoted from March 15 Peace News in Editorial, "Education and Peace" XXII:18 Wrote Lead, "Grounds For Not Giving Up" XXIII:13 Wrote Lead, "The Nature of Human Nature, Part I: Sympathetic Interaction" XXIII:14 "Part II: Symbolic Interaction" – Lead XXIII:15 "Part III: The Need to Judge" – Frontiers XXIII:18 Wrote Lead, "The Denaturization of Human Nature" XXIV:13 His So Shall Ye Reap (co-author, Joan London) discussed and quoted in Review "What Couldn't Happen—But Did" XXIV:52 Wrote Frontiers, "The Longing for Belonging" XXVI:24 His contribution to Conflict and Consensus quoted in Lead, "The Uses of Sociology" XXXIV:21 Quoted from MANAS (May 6, 1970) 5 books re "Ape" belief, in Lead, "One Kind of Change" XXXVII:7 Quoted above in Review, "Truth in Myth" ("The Denaturalization of Human Nature") Anderson, Jack XXXIX:20 Quoted his column on training dolphins for war from Not Man Apart, July/Aug. 1984 in Frontiers, "Unpleasant Realities" Anderson, Kate (teacher at Mariposa School) XXX:10 Quoted on conditions at school by Vicki Allen in Oct. 21 Mendocino Grapevine in Children, "Mountain School" Anderson, Maxwell IV:24 Review of his Off Broadway – "Phoenix of the Arts" V:41 Quotations from Barefoot in Athens in Children VII:20 Brief quote in Children to effect that play has to "take an attitude toward the world" VII:29 Long quotations from Off Broadway in Frontiers, "Among the Optimistic Thinkers" XI:38 Off Broadway quoted in Review, "Philosophy and Drama" XVII:7 Off Broadway quoted in Frontiers, "What Perspective Are 'New'?" XVIII:44 Off Broadway quoted in Review, "The Author As Philosopher" XXVI:19 Off Broadway quoted in Lead, "From the Beginning" XXX:49 Comment on poetry quoted from Off Broadway in Children, "More On the Arts" Anderson, Quentin XXIX:45 Quoted on Emerson from Summer American Scholar in Lead, "Outside—Looking Back" Anderson, Roy XL:17 Anderson, Sherwood XIV:40 Anderson, Susan XXIX:19 Anderson, Walt XXVIII:5 XXX:14 Anderson, Walter, ed. XXVII:16 A business man's paper on "changes" and "changing," Lead, "No Easy Answers" A letter of his to Theodore Dreiser in 1938 taken from Viking's Portable Sherwood Anderson given in Harry Ditzler's Lead article, "A Mind-to-Mind Community" Quoted on work of Larry Dye from Feb. 10 Paris Tribune in Children, "Paying Attention to Children" Quoted from Fall 1974 Journal of Humanistic Psychology in Review, "The Therapy of Pragmatists" His A Place of Power: The American Episode in Human Evolution reviewed in "Getting To Know Better" Quoted his introduction to Rethining Liberalism in Review, "Conflicting Trends" Andersonville Trial, The – Saul Levitt XIII:19 Brief quote of Tom Driver's review of in Christian Century, Feb. 3, in Review, "'The War Lover'" Ando, Prof. Shoei XXVI:20 Quoted from Zen and American Transcendentalism in Lead, "The Terms of Self-Knowledge" Andrew, Fred XXVI:13 Quoted from March "Society" issue of Saturday Review on Farming Methods in Lead, "The Paramount Laws" Andrews, Bert II:24 His Washington Witch Hunt quoted in "Loyalty Among Government Employees" in Lead, "Men and Idea Systems" Andrews, C. F. III:16 Quote from letter from Gandhi to him in Editorial, "Love of Country" Angel Inside Went Sour, The – Dr. Esther Rothman (David McKay, 1971, Bantam) XXV:17 Discussed and quoted in Lead, "School and Society" XXV:18 Discussed and quoted in Children, "A School in Brooklyn" XXVII:16 Quote from in Lead, "Awareness In America" XXIX:19 Quoted in Children, "Paying Attention to Children" XLI:2 Quoted in Children, "A School in New York" Angelina, Sister (nun) XXXIII:12 Quoted from her letter in The Ecologist (Nov.-Dec. 1979) in Lead, "Grounds for Suspicion" Angell, Norman I:33 The Public Mind quoted in Letter from England 29 Angell, Norman—(Continued) V:31 Quotation from his Peace and the Plain Man in Lead, "Rehearsal for Ragnarok" XI:25 His The Great Illusion referred to in Editorial, "'Rational Pacifism'?" XV:51 Peace and the Plain Man quoted in Lead, "Politics, Religion, and the Agnostic Spirit" XVI:22 Peace and the Plain Man quoted in Editorial, "Captives of 'War Morality'?" XXX:39 The Great Illusion quoted in Lead, "A Designer's Approach" Angelou, Maya XXXVI:38 I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (education of black children) in Lead, "Servile Education in America" Anger and the Pain, The XIV:23 Lead Anger Without An Object X:43 Lead Angolite, The (pub. by inmates of Louisiana State Penitentiary) XIX:43 Paul Salstrom quotes Neil Pettry from in Frontiers, "Behind 'Pen-Pals for Prisoners'" Angry Utopians IV:37 Review (The High Place, Geoffrey Household) Angus, Douglas XIV:19 His The Ivy Trap quoted from in Review, "'Cultural Criticism' in Recent Novels" XIV:31 The Ivy Trap briefly quoted in Review, "A Critic Writes" Angus, Sylvia XXI:16 Her article on ideas of Marshall McLuhan quoted from Mar. 16 Saturday Review in Review, "The Stringed Lute" Angyal, Dr. Andras XVII:39 His article from Fall 1962 Journal of Humanistic Psychology reprinted as Frontiers, "Aesthetic Experiences" XXIX:10 His Neurosis and Treatment—A Holistic Theory reviewed in "Understanding Neurosis" XXIX:11 Neurosis. . . quoted in Lead, "What Is 'Morality'?" XXIX:22 Neurosis. . . quoted in Lead, "The Ability to Perceive Wholes" XXIX:23 Neurosis. . . mentioned in Review, "Disconnected Musings on Publishing" Animal Inn – Virginia Moe (Houghton Mifflin, 1946) VIII:11 Discussed in Children Animal Machines XVII:53 Quoted in Frontiers article of same title Animal Machines XVII:53 Frontiers Animal Treasure – Ivan T. Sanderson VI:51 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Race That Never Ran" Animism, Not Pantheism XIII:4 Editorial Anna and the King of Siam VIII:18 Reference to in article on the real King Mongkut Anna Karenina and Other Essays –F. R. Leavis (Pantheon, $5.95) XXI:32 Discussed and quoted in Review, "A Responsible Reader" XXXIII:39 Quote from in Lead, "No Simple Statement" Annals (pub. of American Academy of Political and Social Science) XIX:15 Dr. Eugene Carson Blake quoted from Jan. issue in Lead, "Images and Iconoclasts" Also quoted in Editorial, "Philosophy and Conduct" XXVII:15 Walter Weisskopf quoted from Sept. 1973 issue in Lead, "Old Rationalism for New" XXXIII:39 Quoted in Lead, "No Simple Statement" Annals of Earth Stewardship – Nancy Todd (10 Shanks Rd., Falmouth, Mass. 02540) XXXVI:48 Quoted in Lead, "Healing Ourselves"; also quoted Nancy Todd from Vol. 1 XXXVII:14 Quoted Nancy Todd re New Alchemy Inst. and William Irwin Thompson article on psycho-social overview of current changes in Frontiers, "Patterns of Sustainability"; also Sherrill B. Smith, Jr. (all from first issue) XXXVII:24 Quoted Vol. II, No. 1, Nancy Todd on New Alchemy Inst. in Children, "Places to Go" XXXVII:37 First issues, 1984, quoted article by Baldwin, failures of technologies which lack support systems in Frontiers XXXVII:49 Vol. II, No. 2 Donella Meadows, John Todd, Vernon Ruttan, in Frontiers, "Bioregional Development" XXXIX:38 No. 1, Vol. IV, Bill McLarney on importing tropical fish, in Frontiers, "Trees and Tropical Fish" XXXIX:49 No. 2, Vol. IV John and Nancy Todd on the trimaran and research vessel in Children, "A Radical Proposal" XL:14 Jane Sorenson re founding of New Alchemy, from No. 3, in Lead, "Analysis and Synthesis" XLI:17 Nancy Todd, Keven MacLean, Wes Jackson, Vol. V, No. 3, in Lead, "A Thousand Year Journey" XLI:52 Nancy Todd on stone structures hidden in woods near Falmouth in Frontiers, "Looking Ahead" Annals of Innocence and Experience – Herbert Read XXIX:45 His quote from Coleridge in, used in Children, "A Sad Story" Annan, Noel V:2 Discussion of his Leslie Stephen in "Letter from England" XVI:28 Quoted from April Encounter on Herbert Butterfield's Lindsay Memorial Lectures of 1962 in Children, "Notes and Quotes" XXVII:44 Quoted on Carlyle from June 27 New York Review of Books in Lead, "What Sort of Awakening?" 30 Annan, Noel—(Continued) XXXII:4 Quoted on Carlyle from June 1974 New York Review of Books in Lead, "A Place Created" XXXVII:13 Quoted NY Review on Carlyle's view of history in Lead, "The Acts of Individuals" Annixter, Paul V:31 Reference to his Swiftwater in Children Announcement XXXIV:41 Editorial (Literature available on CO's, Schumacher, etc.) Anon Save, Anon Damn XXXII:50 Frontiers Another "Book for Our Time" XV:50 Review Another Conversation XV:7 Frontiers Another "Cradle of the Race" V:6 Frontiers Another Douglas Travelogue XVI:3 Review Another "Failure of Nerve"? XVII:45 Frontiers Another "Gandhian" Western IX:50 Review Another Gloomy Dane XXI:26 Review Another Great Prisoner II:20 Review – "Out of Exile" – Soetan Sjahrir Another Kind of Evolution XIII:35 Lead Another Kind of Frontier XXXII:19 Frontiers Another Kind of Progress XXI:7 Review Another Language XXVII:45 Lead Another Leopold Book XLI:38 Editorial Another Letter on "The East" VII:46 Editorial (See also "Letter from Moscow") VII:50 Lead, "Impartiality is the Issue" Another Life IV:7 Lead Another New Publisher XXX:14 Frontiers Another Schell Book XXXVII:24 Review ("Reflections," New Yorker) Another Sort of American Dream XL:38 Frontiers Another "Strunk and White" – Wm. Mathes XVII:19 Review Another Time Around XXIX:46 Editorial Another Turning-Point? XXXI:51 Editorial Another Way XXXIV:36 Frontiers (affecting the thinking of people) Another World IV:43 Lead Another "World Perspective" IX:41 Review (The Transformations of Man – Lewis Mumford) Another World View XXVI:36 Lead Anouilh, Jean XIII:23 Featured quotations from The Fighting Cock, Dec. 20, 1959 N.Y. Times Magazine quoted in Frontiers, "Fighting Words" Anshen, Dr. Ruth Nanda IX:7 Introduction to Radhakrishnan's Recovery of Faith (by Ashen) IX:41 Editor of "World Perspective" series— mentioned in Review of Mumford's The Transformations of Man, "Another 'World Perspective'" X:43 Quoted from her article in June Mankind on the need of the humanist to reconsider their orientation in respect to man in Lead, "Two Human Situations" X:43 Quoted in Lead, "Institutions and Symbols" for "Our Emergent Civilization" in Montague's The Future of Theism X:43 Reference to in Editorial, "The True Religion" XII:43 Her foreword to Rene Dubos' Mirage of Health quoted in Review of that title XVI:19 Her introductory essay for "The Credo Series" quoted in Review of that title XVI:50 Her introductory essay for The Family: Its Function and Destiny quoted in Children, "Perspectives on 'The Family'" XXII:51 Her introductory to Credo Series book, The Redemption of the Robot by Herbert Read, quoted in Editorial, "Back to Plato" XXIX:40 Quoted in ref to Copernicus from Nature of Scientific Discovery, in Lead, "Science and Consciousness" XXXIV:2 Her introduction to Perspectives in Humanism series quoted in Lead, "At the Foot of the Mountain" Anspacher, Louis K. I:23 His Challenge of the Unknown deals with "damned facts" ignored by psychiatry Answer from Limbo, An – Brian Moore XVII:4 Quoted in Frontiers, "Of Writers and Directors" Answers to Questions About "Fall Out" X:27 Frontiers Answers to Thrasymachus I:52 Lead—on complaint against "Affirmation on Freedom" Antaeus Report (Center for Study of Education Society, Wesleyan University) XL:12 Quoted interview with Henry Steele Commager in Children, "Important Questions" XL:22 Fall 1986 issue, Neil Postman on "Future Schlock" in Children, " Neil Postman On Everything" 31 Anthology of Religion XXXI:21 Anthology of Zen XV:31 Anthology of Zen XV:31 Antholz, Peyson XI:47 Antioch Notes XXIV:5 Review Frontiers XXVI:18 William Barrett's foreword to quoted in Frontiers of same title Also quoted "How Altruism is Cultivated in Zen" and essay by Stewart W. Holman also quoted. XX:47 XXI:49 VI:48 His All Shook Up briefly reviewed in Children VII:25 Anthon, Carl VIII:16 VII:36 His American Scholar article, "The Birth of the Free University," quoted in Review, "Scanning Some Periodicals" Anthon's Classical Dictionary VII:10 Quoted on Orpheus in Lead, "Background for Education" Anthony, Joseph X:37 His The Invisible Curtain reviewed in Review, "A Fortunate Few" Anthropology, Society for Applied IX:46 Its quarterly, Human Organization, quoted in Frontiers, "The Puzzle of Islamic Culture" Anti-1984 XIV:24 Editorial Anti-Clerical Clerics, The XIX:19 Frontiers Anti-Human Powers That Be XVI:4 Lead Anti-Nation – Fred Knelman (Mosaic Press, Box 1032, Oakville, Ont. L6JE59, Canada XXXVI:21 Reviewed, quoted in "Two Transitions" Anti-Slavery and Reform Papers – Henry David Thoreau (Harvest House, Montreal, Canada, 1963, paperback) XXIV:42 Essay on Thomas Carlyle quoted from in Review, "The Singing Seals" XIX:19 Thoreau quoted in Review, "More Canadian Paperbacks" XX:30 His comment on J. A. Etzler's proposal quoted in Editorial, "A Poet's Answer" XXII:10 Quote from Thoreau's essay on Carlyle in Review, "Three Review-Essays" Anti-War Poems XIX:3 Frontiers Antigone -- Sophocles XXVIII:48 Discussed and quoted in Review, "The Words of the Greeks" Antioch College XXVIII:7 Discussed in Children, "Instead of 'Transmitting'" Antioch College Bulletin (Feb. 1928) XXVIII:20 Quoted in Children, "A College Fifty Years Ago" Antioch's General Catalogue (1927-28) XXVIII:20 Quoted in Children, "A College Fifty Years Ago" VII:39 VII:47 IX:7 XIV:3 XVI:27 XXI:25 Antisthenes I:36 Antler, Joyce XLI:42 Antler, Steven XXVII:18 Antoniadi, E. M. I:26 Arthur Morgan quoted from April 15, 1936 in Lead, "The Human Imperative" Prof. Albert B. Stewart quoted Feb. 1973 issue in Children, "Science at Antioch" Prof. Albert Stewart quoted, Oct. issue in Frontiers, "The Scientific Activity" Edward E. Booher quoted, Oct. issue in Review, "All the Young Men. . ." Discussion in Frontiers, "Seeds of 'Counter Revolution'," of symposium on "Liberty, Civil and Academic" D. W. Gotshalk article discussed in Frontiers, "Dilemma of Liberals" Review, "The Specter of Predictable Man," re Andrew Hacker article from—also mentions Geo. J. Becker article on Edward Bellamy Antioch Review Anthology, edited by Paul Bixler, discussed in Children Review, "An Issue of 'Antioch Review'" Article "Education in U.S.A. and U.K.," quoted in Children Article on John Dewey quoted and discussed in Children, "Issues in Educational Philosophy" Thomas C. Greening quoted from Spring 1963 issue in Frontiers, "The Present Paradox of Ethics" Ralph Ellison quoted, Summer 1945 issue, in Review, "The Real Reconstruction" "If a boy is destined to live with the gods, teach him philosophy; if with men, rhetoric," in Plato article Her Lucy Sprague Mitchell: The Making of a Modern Woman in Teachers College Record, Summer 1988, reviewed by William Ayers quoted in Children, "Sharing and Caring" His review of Models of Doom quoted from Mar. 23 Nation in Frontiers, "Nations and Communities" Quote from showing that ancients knew of heliocentric system before Copernicus Anvil Writers (Anvil and Student Partisan) XI:30 Review of quarterly Anxiety About the Schools" XXXVIII:46 Frontiers Anxiety and Consciousness – Jeffrey O'Connell XXXIII:42 Quoted from Toward in Review, "The Disconcerting Art" Anxiety and Faith – Charles R. Stinnette X:8 Psychiatry review of quoted in Review, "Psychology and Social Perspective" Anxious Audience, The XVIII:42 Review 32 Anxious Object, The – Art Today and Its Audience – Harold Rosenberg XVIII:42 Discussed and quoted in Review, "The Anxious Audience" Anxious Quest, The III:43 Lead Any Reviewer Can Try VI:37 Review of You Shall Know Them –Vercors Anything Is Possible I:46 Review – supernaturalism in literature Anything Like a Spirit in Man" XXXVII:17 Review (Something Hidden) Apache Agent – John P. Clum (biography) IV:13 Ref. to in Lead, "Colonialism at Home" Ape and Essence – Aldous Huxley II:16 Reference to in Letter from England III:2 Reference to in Letter from England Ape of Gods: The Art and Thought of Lafcadio Hearn, An XXXII:12 Book by Beongcheon Yu reviewed in Review, "Lafcadio Hearn ... - [detail] - [similar]
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