From New International, Vol.4 No.7, July 1938, p.194.
Transcribed & marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for ETOL.
WE’LL be brief this month, to give more space to the manager’s most interesting column, which we just couldn’t cut down. So, telegraphically:
We inaugurate this month a feature regularly conducted by Dwight Macdonald, formerly of Fortune and now of the Partisan Review. The “column about columns” will, we are certain, be of the highest interest.
In line with our policy, we are throwing our pages open to a request for space made by Max Eastman, who wants to reply to the criticism of his views made last month by James Burnham. The latter, it goes without saying, will also be extended the necessary space. See the next issue.
The symposium on the thorny Jewish question, more acute and complicated today than it has been for perhaps a century, is due for early publication. And more and more and more of other things!
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