4 Editor’s Commentn5 *Philosophy in America*nOpinions & ViewsnContentsnLeopold Tyrmandn6 The Reviewer as Cultural Critic Charles Mosern—Diana Trilling: Reviewing the Fortiesn8 Against Impotent Hopes and LivingnDespair Joseph Schwartzn— Ellen Schwamm: Adjacent Livesn10 The Charms of Profundity Thomas Molnarn—Dorothy L. Sayers: The Whimsical Christiann12 American Mac Arthur Alan Le vinen—William Manchester: American Caesarn13 Colorfully Human Fiction Whit Stillmann—Stephen Alter: Neglected LivesnNorman Kotker: Miss Rhode Islandn15 In Search of Cons* Appeal Kenneth Kolsonn—Craig Schiller: The (Guilty) Conscience of anConservativen18 Youth’s Labors Lost Gordon Pradln—David Holbrook: A Play of Passionn20 Feds & Narcs in a ComparativenScholarship Charles E. Ricen— James Q. Wilson: The InvestigatorsnCommendablesn21 Colwin’s Nonconformism: Happy All the TimenIn Focusn22 693 Pages of Waspish Weltschmerz: The Stories ofnJohn CheevernMaugham on Maugham: Conversations With WillienWaste of Moneyn23 In and Out of Bed and War: MirandanScreenn23 Hydrolyzed Horrorn, —Invasion of the Body SnatchersnChronicles of CulturenEric ShapearonThe American Scenen24 Insights by Leaders—Myths Die Lastn25 The Virtue of Modesty —A Too Easy Equationn26 Political Instincts & Emotions—Two CulturesnJournalismn27 New Times Timely DemisenLiberal Culturen28 Another Schism?—Transfiguration Boogien29 The Teachers of Subtlety-Life & DeathnPolemics & Exchangesn29 Our Destructive Moral Climate Tiber R. Machann30 Molnar Revisited Paul GottfriednVol. 2, Xo. 1, JaQuarv/February 1978nNabokov RememberednVol. 1, N’o. 2, March/April 1978nThe Cult of Deficient ThinkingnVol. 2, No. 3, May/June 1978nThat’s EatertaiamentnVol. 2, No. 4, July/August 1978nCritical ChoicesnVol. 2, No. 5, September/October 1978nThe Midyear HarvestnVol. 2. No. 6, November/December 1978nPress, Economy & Other WoesnVol. 3, No. 1. January/February 1979nAccentuate the NegativenTyrmand; Editor’s Comment; Walsh on Collier QDownrivir); Raditsa onnDjilas, Zawodny, Tcrtz and Conquest (Wartimt, Nothing but Hsruur,nA Void from the Chorus and Kohma); Gordon on Rifkin and Barber (TkinNorth Will Rise A^ain)-. Pictrusza on Ravitch (The Ritiisioaists Rivitid’)nTrohan on LcBoutiUicr (Harvard Hatis America);. Commendables; InnFocus; Waste of Money; Screen; Stage; The .American Scene; Journalism;nLiberal Culture; Polemics & Exchanges.n•mmmmmmmm wffnSsawipE^^spamjiip^nnn