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The Nation

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I.F. Stone and The Nation
by Dinelle Lucchesi

In 1932, I.F. Stone wrote for The Nation for the first time. In "The Romans Would Understand" he introduced himself to the magazine with an unusual question: "Why do the Nazis engage in conflict with German Protestantism? They could easily avoid it."

By 1940, Stone was the magazine's Washington Editor and by 1943 Stone was himself the target of constant FBI surveillance after his castigating scoop exposed secret FBI guidelines for singling out subversives among government workers. The article was scathing and an embarrassment for the agency. The editor publicly defended her choice to allow Stone's source to remain anonymous even to her. The piece generated readers' thanks and praise for printing such a bold and honest indictment of the United States government. However, Freda Kirchwey, The Nation's same editor, later fired Stone in 1946 from his Washington post after he failed to notify her he had signed with the leftist New York City daily PM to be the first journalist to travel with the Jewish underground to Palestine.

Stone's FBI expose caused a sensation, and lasting enmity from J. Edgar Hoover, when Stone revealed the FBI director's racist and anti-semitic feelings in the kind of questions asked about civil servants: "does he mix with Negroes? Does he...have too many Jewish friends? Does he think the colored races are as good as the white? Why do you suppose he has hired so many Jews?." And, hilariously given the time, when Vichy France was a Nazi puppet regime, "Is he always criticizing Vichy France?" In Izzy's column he noted "questions like these are being used as a sieve to strain anti-fascists and liberals out of the government. They serve no other purpose." [All Governments Lie: p 192-193]

A few decades passed and Stone once again found time to contribute to The Nation. In the mid-eighties he began "Izzy Says," a weekly paragraph where the great leftist luminary, well, said something. The logo: a caricature of a ready-for-war Stone wielding a life-size pen. After a few weeks Stone apologetically called the feature off, citing his inability to refrain from obsessively combing through documents to enrich each story.

Over fifty years after Stone's first byline appeared in the magazine, Victor Navasky paid tribute to Stone in a July, 2003 profile piece in which he praised Izzy's tenacious writing and thorough research methods as inspiration to generations of future muckrakers, ensuring his legacy will contribute to The Nation's pages for years to come. Navasky wrote, 'It's the way he was right, the way he lived his life, the way he did his journalism that magnified his influence, made him something of a role model for the most idealistic of the next generation.




I.F. Stone Articles in The Nation

Editorials
Stone, I. F.; Corn, David | November 7, 1987 issue

Star Wars Block
Stone, I. F. | November 7, 1987 issue

Editorials
Kopkind, Andrew; Stone, I. F. | August 1, 1987 issue

Gulf -- or Abyss?
Stone, I. F. | June 20, 1987 issue

Editorials
Stone, I. F.; Finkeistein, Michael O. | May 9, 1987 issue

Editorials (cover story)
Stone, I. F.; Pincus, Jonathan | April 18, 1987 issue

Editorials
Stone, I. F.; Rashid, Ahmed; Sorel, Edward | February 28, 1987 issue

New Facts on Korea
Stone, I. F. | December 15, 1951 issue

Chaim Weizmann
Stone, I. F. | February 12, 1949 issue

The Unresolved Marzani Case
Stone, I. F. | January 8, 1949 issue

Toward World War III
Stone, I. F. | February 7, 1948 issue

Boom, Bust, War
Stone, I. F. | January 24, 1948 issue

The New Inquisitor
Stone, I. F. | January 3, 1948 issue

ERP Goes to Congress
Stone, I. F. | December 27, 1947 issue

Scarcity Preferred
Stone, I. F. | December 6, 1947 issue

The G. O. P. Discovers Poverty
Stone, I. F. | November 29, 1947 issue

The Grand Inquisition
Stone, I. F. | November 8, 1947 issue

Mr. Truman's Police State
Stone, I. F. | October 25, 1947 issue

What Price Arab Oil?
Stone, I. F. | October 4, 1947 issue

Is the Constitution Un-American?
Stone, I. F. | September 6, 1947 issue

A New Weapon for Witch-Hunters
Stone, I. F. | July 12, 1947 issue

Line-up on the British Loan
Stone, I. F. | May 18, 1946 issue

The Palestine Report
Stone, I. F. | May 11, 1946 issue

The Case of the Mufti
Stone, I. F. | May 4, 1946 issue

Spain's Via Dolorosa
Stone, I. F. | April 27, 1946 issue

The McMahon Bill
Stone, I. F. | April 20, 1946 issue

Atomic Report: Second Reading
Stone, I. F. | April 13, 1946 issue

UNRRA's Battle
Stone, I. F. | March 30, 1946 issue

Fumbling with Famine
Stone, I. F. | March 23, 1946 issue

U.S. and U.S.S.R.
Stone, I. F. | March 16, 1946 issue

Briefer Comment
Krutch, Joseph Wood; Barzun, Jacques; Ford, Harvey S.; Humphries, Rolfe; Stone, I. F.; Brown, Ralph Adams | March 16, 1946 issue

Germany's Hidden Assets
Stone, I. F. | March 9, 1946 issue

Mr. Truman Wavers
Stone, I. F. | February 23, 1946 issue

Some News to Cheer
Stone, I. F. | February 16, 1946 issue

Swastika Over the Senate
Stone, I. F. | February 9, 1946 issue

Where There Is No Vision
Stone, I. F. | February 2, 1946 issue

Salute to Symington
Stone, I. F. | January 26, 1946 issue

Gangsters or Patriots?
Stone, I. F. | January 12, 1946 issue

Middle Eastern Tories
Stone, I. F. | December 29, 1945 issue

Another Inquiry Begins
Stone, I. P. | December 22, 1945 issue

Palestine Pilgrimage
Stone, I. F. | December 8, 1945 issue

Jewry in a Blind Alley
Stone, I. F. | November 24, 1945 issue

Will There Be Jobs?
Stone, I. F. | October 13, 1945 issue

The Plight of the Jews
Stone, I. F. | October 6, 1945 issue

Editorials
Stone, I. F. | September 29, 1945 issue

The New Reservationists

Stone, I. F. | September 22, 1945 issue

The Truman Program
Stone, I. F. | September 15, 1945 issue

Brass Hats Undaunted
Stone, I. F. | September 8, 1945 issue

Capitalism and Full Employment
Stone, I. F. | September 1, 1945 issue

Shake-up in the State Department
Stone, I. F. | August 25, 1945 issue

Washington Faces Peace
Stone, I. F. | August 18, 1945 issue

Will America Go Socialist?
Stone, I. F. | August 11, 1945 issue

Pearl Harbor Diplomats
Stone, I. F. | July 14, 1945 issue

Can Germany Fight Again?
Stone, I. F. | July 7, 1945 issue

Two Major Court Decisions
Stone, I. F. | June 30, 1945 issue

Jim Crow Flies High
Stone, I. F. | June 23, 1945 issue

Arrest of "the Six"
Stone, I. F. | June 16, 1945 issue

Truman and the State Department
Stone, I. F. | June 9, 1945 issue

Trieste and San Francisco
Stone, I. F. | May 26, 1945 issue

Pie in the 'Frisco Sky
Stone, I. F. | May 19, 1945 issue

Anti-Russian Undertow
Stone, I. F. | May 12, 1945 issue

The Same Old Codgers
Stone, I. F. | May 5, 1945 issue

Notes Before 'Frisco
Stone, I. F. | April 28, 1945 issue

Farewell to F. D. R.
Stone, I. F. | April 21, 1945 issue

No Shortage of Hogs
Stone, I. F. | April 14, 1945 issue

If They Ask for Bread..
Stone, I. F. | April 7, 1945 issue

Bridges and Some Broader Issues
Stone, I. F. | March 31, 1945 issue

Alcoa in Wonderland
Stone, I. F. | March 24, 1945 issue

It's Not the Clockwork
Stone, I. F. | March 17, 1945 issue

The Army and the "Reds"
Stone, I. F. | March 3, 1945 issue

The Pell Affair
Stone, I. F. | February 24, 1945 issue

This Is What We Voted For
Stone, I. F. | February 17, 1945 issue

Wallace: Second Round
Stone, I. F. | February 10, 1945 issue

"Look Here Upon This Picture..."
Stone, I. F. | February 3, 1945 issue

Editorials
Stone, I. F. | January 27, 1945 issue

Behind the Labor Shortage
Stone, I. F. | January 20, 1945 issue

The Resurrection of Dies
Stone, I. F. | January 13, 1945 issue

Fumbling with I. G. Farben
Stone, I. F. | January 6, 1945 issue

Toward Imperialism
Stone, I. F. | December 30, 1944 issue

Only the Fig Leaf
Stone, I. F. | December 23, 1944 issue

New Front, Old Firm
Stone, I. F. | December 16, 1944 issue

Littell Versus Biddle
Stone, I. F. | December 9, 1944 issue

Washington Notes
Stone, I. F. | December 2, 1944 issue

The 65-Cent Minimum
Stone, I. F. | November 25, 1944 issue

The Future of the P.A.C.
Stone, I. F. | November 18, 1944 issue

F. D. R.'s Post-War Program
Stone, I. F. | November 11, 1944 issue

Robert F. Wagner
Stone, I. F. | October 28, 1944 issue

The Eastern Seaboard
Stone, I. F. | October 21, 1944 issue

Planning and Socialism
Stone, I. F. | October 21, 1944 issue

The P.A.C. at Work
Stone, I. F. | October 14, 1944 issue

Three Crucial Counties
Stone, I. F. | October 7, 1944 issue

FDR, PAC, and the Midwest
Stone, I. F. | September 30, 1944 issue

Nelson vs. Wilson
Stone, I. F. | September 2, 1944 issue

Dewey's Monkey Wrench
Stone, I. F. | August 26, 1944 issue

On Reconversion
Stone, I. F. | August 12, 1944 issue

What Bretton Woods Did
Stone, I. F. | August 5, 1944 issue

"Backward Area"
Stone, I. F. | July 29, 1944 issue

Henry Wallace—a Great American
Stone, I. F. | July 22, 1944 issue

The Cross of Gold
Stone, I. F. | July 15, 1944 issue

It's in the Bag for F. D. R.
Stone, I. F. | July 8, 1944 issue

The Plot Against Wallace
Stone, I. F. | July 1, 1944 issue

How Washington Took the News
Stone, I. F. | June 17, 1944 issue

For the Jews — Life or Death?
Stone, I. F. | June 10, 1944 issue

A Catholic Looks at the Dies Committee
Stone, I. F. | June 3, 1944 issue

The Shadow Over the Capital
Stone, I. F. | April 29, 1944 issue

MacArthur's Political Foray
Stone, I. F. | April 22, 1944 issue

Washington Blues
Stone, I. F. | April 15, 1944 issue

Reply to the "Saturday Evening Post"
Stone, I. F. | April 8, 1944 issue

Mr. Hull's Troubles
Stone, I. F. | April 1, 1944 issue

Palestine Run-Around
Stone, I. F. | March 18, 1944 issue

Reaction's Unhappy Prisoner
Stone, I. F. | March 4, 1944 issue

If We Take Arabian Oil
Stone, I. F. | February 26, 1944 issue

The Cartels' Washington Friends
Stone, I. F. | February 19, 1944 issue

The Cartel Cancer
Stone, I. F. | February 12, 1944 issue

Anti-Labor Field Day
Stone, I. F. | February 5, 1944 issue

Facts for Mr. Stimson
Stone, I. F. | January 29, 1944 issue

F. D. R. and National Service
Stone, I. F. | January 22, 1944 issue

Marshall and the Second Front
Stone, I. F. | January 15, 1944 issue

Ickes and the Oil Men
Stone, I. F. | January 1, 1944 issue

Grist for Goebbels
Stone, I. F. | December 25, 1943 issue

The New Secessionism
Stone, I. F. | December 18, 1943 issue

The Indian Skeleton at Atlantic City
Stone, I. F. | December 11, 1943 issue

The Miseries of Midas
Stone, I. F. | December 4, 1943 issue

The Enemy's Full Strength
Stone, I. F. | November 27, 1943 issue

A Nation of Cry-Babies
Stone, I. F. | November 20, 1943 issue

F. D. R. 's Victory
Stone, I. F. | November 13, 1943 issue

Post-War Gold Brick
Stone, I. F. | November 6, 1943 issue

Letters to the Editors
Ernst, Morris L.; Stone, I. F.; Hilton, Maurice H.; Yarros, Victor S.; Tollefson, Alice A. | October 23, 1943 issue

Stettinius and State
Stone, I. F. | October 9, 1943 issue

Straw Vote on the Future
Stone, I. F. | October 2, 1943 issue

XXX and the FBI
Stone, I. F. | September 25, 1943 issue

Washington Fog
Stone, I. F. | September 18, 1943 issue

V for Vituperation
Stone, I. F. | September 11, 1943 issue

The President and Sumner Welles
Stone, I. F. | September 4, 1943 issue

How Washington Reacted
Stone, I. F. | August 7, 1943 issue

The Cantankerous Congress
Stone, I. F. | July 31, 1943 issue

Wallace Betrayed
Stone, I. F. | July 24, 1943 issue

Mr. Nelson and Complacency
Stone, I. F. | July 17, 1943 issue

Justice Holmes
Stone, I. F. | July 17, 1943 issue

Why Wallace Spoke Out
Stone, I. F. | July 10, 1943 issue

Bureaucrat Bites Press
Stone, I. F. | July 3, 1943 issue

How Wiener Was Tractored Out
Stone, I. F. | June 26, 1943 issue

The Downfall Of Joseph Weiner
Stone, I. F. | June 19, 1943 issue

Esso Family Reunion
Stone, I. F. | June 12, 1943 issue

Enter the New OWM
Stone, I. F. | June 5, 1943 issue

General Marshall Should Explain
Stone, I. F. | May 29, 1943 issue

Mr. Biddle Is Afraid
Stone, I. F. | May 22, 1943 issue

Capital Notes
Stone, I. F. | May 15, 1943 issue

The FCC Holds Fast
Stone, I. F. | May 8, 1943 issue

Finding on Bolivia
Stone, I. F. | May 1, 1943 issue

Relaxing Too Soon
Stone, I. F. | April 24, 1943 issue

History Without Education
Stone, I. F. | April 17, 1943 issue

Capital Notes
Stone, I. F. | April 10, 1943 issue

The Shipshaw Scandal
Stone, I. F. | April 3, 1943 issue

The Farm Bloc Goes to War
Stone, I. F. | March 27, 1943 issue

Planning and Politics
Stone, I. F. | March 20, 1943 issue

Thurman Arnold and the Railroads
Stone, I. F. | March 6, 1943 issue

Letters to the Editors
Tedor, Stephen; Moron, Lowbrown; Guerard, Albert; Vambery, Rustem; Duff, Charles; Porter, Katherine Anne; Godson, Joseph; Stone, I. F.; Flanders, M. M.; Restes, I.; Bardach, Frederick | March 6, 1943 issue

The Charming Mr. Baruch
Stone, I. F. | February 27, 1943 issue

Crumbs for Small Business
Stone, I. F. | February 20, 1943 issue

Dies and the Backbone Shortage
Stone, I. F. | February 13, 1943 issue

Capital Notes
Stone, I. F. | February 6, 1943 issue

Moral Issue for Mr. Hull
Stone, I. F. | January 30, 1943 issue

Capital Notes
Stone, I. F. | January 23, 1943 issue

F. D. R. and Production
Stone, I. F. | January 16, 1943 issue

Did Hull and Welles Tell the Truth?
Stone, I. F. | January 9, 1943 issue

Prospects for the New Year
Stone, I. F. | January 2, 1943 issue

The Loss of Leon Henderson
Stone, I. F. | December 26, 1942 issue

The Anti-Wallace Plot
Stone, I. F. | December 19, 1942 issue

One Year After Pearl Harbor
Stone, I. F. | December 12, 1942 issue

Brass-Hat Production
Stone, I. F. | December 5, 1942 issue

Fighting the Fighting French
Stone, I. F. | November 28, 1942 issue

A Bill for Total War
Stone, I. F. | November 21, 1942 issue

Washington and the Offensive
Stone, I. F. | November 14, 1942 issue

It's Not a Laissez Faire War
Stone, I. F. | November 7, 1942 issue

Willkie and F.D.R.
Stone, I. F. | October 24, 1942 issue

The Return of Bernard Baruch
Stone, I. F. | October 17, 1942 issue

Washington Letter
Stone, I. F. | October 10, 1942 issue

Capital Thoughts on a Second Front
Stone, I. F. | October 3, 1942 issue

Russian Lives and Oil Patents
Stone, I. F. | September 26, 1942 issue

The Baruch Report
Stone, I. F. | September 19, 1942 issue

Editorials
Kirchwey, Freda; Stone, I. F. | August 1, 1942 issue

Nelson and Guthrie
Stone, I. F. | June 27, 1942 issue

Biddle and the Facts
Stone, I. F. | June 20, 1942 issue

What to Do About Rubber
Stone, I. F. | June 6, 1942 issue

What to Do About Rubber?
Stone, I. F. | May 30, 1942 issue

Washington Notes
Stone, I. F. | May 23, 1942 issue

Rockefeller's Girl Friday
Stone, I. F. | May 16, 1942 issue

Both Feet in the Trough
Stone, I. F. | May 9, 1942 issue

Editorials
Stone, I. F. | May 2, 1942 issue

More Dangerous than Nudism
Stone, I. F. | April 25, 1942 issue

The Truth About Rubber
Stone, I. F. | April 18, 1942 issue

"Not to Be Attributed"
Stone, I. F. | April 11, 1942 issue

Handcuffing Thurman Arnold
Stone, I. F. | April 4, 1942 issue

All-Out Against Labor
Stone, I. F. | March 28, 1942 issue

Donald Nelson Has Chosen

Stone, I. F. | March 21, 1942 issue

Dies Helps the Axis
Stone, I. F. | March 14, 1942 issue

Labor and the Long View
Stone, I. F. | March 7, 1942 issue

Pet Fascists
Stone, I. F. | February 28, 1942 issue

WPB, Alias SPAB
Stone, I. F. | January 31, 1942 issue

Can Nelson Deliver?
Stone, I. F. | January 24, 1942 issue

On Industry's Battle Front
Stone, I. F. | January 17, 1942 issue

Production Politics
Stone, I. F. | January 10, 1942 issue

Aid and Comfort to the Enemy
Stone, I. F. | January 3, 1942 issue

The Shake-up We Need
Stone, I. F. | December 27, 1941 issue

Rumors for Russia
Stone, I. F. | December 20, 1941 issue

War Comes to Washington
Stone, I. F. | December 13, 1941 issue

The Mote in Labor's Eye
Stone, I. F. | December 6, 1941 issue

Good Neighbor at Last
Stone, I. F. | November 29, 1941 issue

The Facts of the Coal Case
Stone, I. F. | November 22, 1941 issue

Fumbles for Finland
Stone, I. F. | November 15, 1941 issue

War in the Workshops
Stone, I. P. | November 8, 1941 issue

Vladivostok and Points East
Stone, I. F. | November 1, 1941 issue

Washington Zigzag
Stone, I. F. | October 25, 1941 issue

Making Defense Safe for Alcoa
Stone, I. F. | October 18, 1941 issue

Making Defense Safe for Alcoa
Stone, I. F. | October 4, 1941 issue

Defense Stumbles On
Stone, I. F. | September 20, 1941 issue

Memo on Japan
Stone, I. F. | September 13, 1941 issue

The Judgment of Rosenman
Stone, I. F. | September 6, 1941 issue

The New Labor Board
Stone, I. F. | August 30, 1941 issue

F. D. R.'s First Task
Stone, I. F. | August 23, 1941 issue

Midsummer Flashes
Stone, I. F. | August 16, 1941 issue

Oil on the Pacific
Stone, I. F. | August 9, 1941 issue

The G-String Conspiracy
Stone, I. F. | July 26, 1941 issue

F. D. R. and the May Bill
Stone, I. F. | July 19, 1941 issue

Heat Haze in Washington
Stone, I. F. | July 12, 1941 issue

Snub-and-Sell Diplomacy
Stone, I. F. | June 14, 1941 issue

A Tale of Two Oceans
Stone, I. F. | June 7, 1941 issue

Shipping and Admiral Land

Stone, I. F. | May 31, 1941 issue

Their Monopoly, Right or Wrong
Stone, I. F. | May 24, 1941 issue

The Cost of Knudsenism

Stone, I. F. | May 17, 1941 issue

Mr. Knudsen's State of Mind
Stone, I. F. | May 10, 1941 issue

Why Knudsen Should Go
Stone, I. F. | May 3, 1941 issue

Pipe Lines and Profits
Stone, I. F. | April 26, 1941 issue

The TNEC Recommends - What?
Stone, I. F. | April 19, 1941 issue

Roosevelt's Answer to Hysteria
Stone, I. F. | April 12, 1941 issue

Chunking and Washington
Stone, I. F. | April 5, 1941 issue

What Mr. Knudsen Thinks
Stone, I. F. | March 29, 1941 issue

O'Mahoney Sums Up
Stone, I. F. | March 22, 1941 issue

Wheeler's Cliveden Set
Stone, I. F. | March 15, 1941 issue

Division in the OPM
Stone, I. F. | March 8, 1941 issue

Oil Is Still Neutral
Stone, I. F. | March 1, 1941 issue

The Frankfurter Injunction
Stone, I. F. | February 22, 1941 issue

Belated Magna Carta
Stone, I. F. | February 15, 1941 issue

The Halifax Debut
Stone, I. F. | February 8, 1941 issue

One-Sided Horse Trade
Stone, I. F. | February 1, 1941 issue

A Time for Candor
Stone, I. F. | January 25, 1941 issue

From NDAC to OPM
Stone, I. F. | January 18, 1941 issue

Munichman from Montana
Stone, I. F. | January 11, 1941 issue

Brains for Defense
Stone, I. F. | January 4, 1941 issue

Little Steel "Soviets"
Stone, I. F. | December 28, 1940 issue

Labor's Plan: 500 Planes a Day
Stone, I. F. | December 21, 1940 issue

Behind the Ford Contract
Stone, I. F. | December 14, 1940 issue

Mob Rule in Congress
Stone, I. P. | December 7, 1940 issue

The Squeeze on Mexico
Stone, I. F. | November 30, 1940 issue

The Rat and Res Judicata
Stone, I. F. | November 23, 1940 issue

Priorities and Defense
Stone, I. F. | November 9, 1940 issue

The Lewis-Willkie Pact
Stone, I. F. | November 2, 1940 issue

Mr. Madden and Morale
Stone, I. F. | October 26, 1940 issue

Defense and the Wagner Act
Stone, I. F. | October 19, 1940 issue

Hitler Profits from Our Defense
Stone, I. F. | October 12, 1940 issue

Mr. Hull and the Pact
Stone, I. F. | October 5, 1940 issue

The Sawdust Trail
Stone, I. F. | September 14, 1940 issue

Aviation's Sitdown Strike
Stone, I. F. | September 7, 1940 issue

Aviation's Sitdown Strike
Stone, I. F. | August 24, 1940 issue

Aviation's Sitdown Strike

Stone, I. F. | August 17, 1940 issue

The Apex Indecision
Stone, I. F. | June 8, 1940 issue

Hello to Reform
Stone, I. F. | March 23, 1940 issue

Dissenting Opinion
Stone, I. F. | March 9, 1940 issue

A Lincoln Nobody Knew
Stone, I. F. | March 2, 1940 issue

"Free Inquiry and Free Endeavor"
Stone, I. F. | February 10, 1940 issue

Two Crises in One
Stone, I. F. | January 13, 1940 issue

Creel's Crusade
Stone, I. F. | December 9, 1939 issue

Whoa to You, Professor
Stone, I. F. | November 25, 1939 issue

Patroon Schuyler's Son-in-Law
Stone, I. F. | November 11, 1939 issue

The Chicken or the Egg?
Stone, I. F. | November 4, 1939 issue

Justice Frankfurter
Stone, I. P. | October 21, 1939 issue

Nineteenth-Century Bogywoman
Stone, I. F. | October 14, 1939 issue

Portrait of a Dollar-a-Year Man
Stone, I. F. | September 30, 1939 issue

Chamberlain's Russo-German Pact
Stone, I. F. | September 23, 1939 issue

Class Conflict, Sunkist Style
Stone, I. F. | August 5, 1939 issue

The Great Deflator
Stone, I. F. | July 1, 1939 issue

A Case Study in Reform
Stone, I. F. | May 20, 1939 issue

Our One-Sided Labor Act
Stone, I. F. | April 29, 1939 issue

The Greatest Strike-Breaker of All
Stone, I. F. | March 25, 1939 issue

Questions on the Whitney Case
Stone, I. F. | January 14, 1939 issue

Letters to the Editors
Butler, Beatrice; Hacker, Louis M.; Dahlberg, Arthur; Canfield, H. L.; Reich, John F.; Stone, I. F.; Nicholas, J. W. | July 2, 1938 issue

A New Loophole for Tories
Stone, I. F. | June 18, 1938 issue

Letters to the Editors
Stone, I. F.; Ray, David T.; Aitken, Walter; Smdley, Agnes | June 11, 1938 issue

1937 Is Not 1914
Stone, I. F. | November 6, 1937 issue

The Romans Would Understand
Stone, I. F. | October 2, 1937 issue