Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 1996
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Brian Lantz
by H. Graham Lowry
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
A Response to ‘The Modern Development of Financial Activities in the Light of the Ethical Demands of Christianity’
by Nina Ogden
‘You must measure a country by the way it treats its most needy’.
by Nora Hamerman
Exactly three hundred years ago, in 1696, some twenty-one works by Johannes Vermeer were auctioned off together in Amsterdam. Today, the first retrospective exhibit devoted entirely to the Dutch artist reunites twenty-one of his thirty-six known paintings at Washington’s National Gallery of Art (November 1995-February 1996) and the Mauritshuis, The Hague (March-June 1996).
by Janice Chaitkin
The National Gallery of Art, and curators Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr. and Franklin Kelly, have done a great service to the public by mounting a comprehensive exhibition of the art of the American painter Winslow Homer.
by Edward Spannaus
Orders to Kill: The Truth Behind the Murder of Martin Luther King by William F. Pepper
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Lincoln by David Herbert Donald
by Bruce Director
Emblems of Mind: The Inner Life of Music and Mathematics by Edward Rothstein
by Katherine Notley
On the Eve of the Millennium: The Future of Democracy Through an Age of Unreason by Conor Cruise O’Brien
Hsu Kuang-ch’i and Astronomical Reform: The Process of the Chinese Acceptance of Western Astronomy by Keizo Hashimoto, and Controversial Ideas in China and Europe: A Biography of Jean-Francois Foucquet, S.J. by John W. Witek, S.J.