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    Plight of the Intellectual by Thomas Molnar, pp. 487-489
    Commonweal, August 19, 1955
  2.  
    The American Experiment by Thomas Molnar, pp. 635-638
    Commonweal, March 23, 1956
  3.  
    The Future of Education by Thomas Molnar, pp. 291-293
    Commonweal, June 22, 1956
  4.  
    [+] Mandarins and Nothingness (Review) by Thomas Molnar, p. 19
     Being and Nothingness, by Jean-Paul Sartre

    1. Being and Nothingness by Jean-Paul Sartre
    The National Review, August 25, 1956
  5.  
    Last Days at Dachau by Thomas Molnar, pp. 169-172
    Commonweal, November 16, 1956
  6.  
    Anatomy of Evil by Thomas Molnar, pp. 246-248
    Commonweal, December 7, 1956
  7.  
    [+] World at an End (Review) by Thomas Molnar, pp. 385-386
     The End of the Modern World, by Romano Guardini

    1. The End of the Modern World by Romano Guardini
    Commonweal, January 11, 1957
  8.  
    Lessons of Hungary by Thomas Molnar, pp. 564-566
    Commonweal, March 1, 1957
  9.  
    France: Inertia or Stability by Thomas Molnar, pp. 228-230
    Commonweal, May 31, 1957
  10.  
    Education Then and Now by Thomas Molnar, pp. 372-373
    Commonweal, July 12, 1957
  11.  
    The Politics of Sartre by Thomas Molnar, pp. 439-441
    Commonweal, August 2, 1957
  12.  
    [+] Catechism (2 Reviews) by Thomas Molnar, pp. 268-272
     The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Conservativism, by Russell Kirk, ...

      Commonweal, December 6, 1957
    1.  
      A United Europe: Dearm or Nightmare?
        A Word of Caution by Thomas Molnar,, pp. 481-484
      Commonweal, February 7, 1958
    2.  
      Intellectuals, Experts, and the Classless Society by Thomas Molnar, pp. 33-39 - PDF
      Modern Age, Winter 1958
    3.  
      [+] Ortega's Last Book (Review) by Thomas Molnar, pp. 644-645
       Man and People, by Jose Ortega y Gasset

      1. Man and People by Jose Ortega y Gasset
      Commonweal, March 21, 1958
    4.  
      [+] The Two Myths (Review) by Thomas Molnar, p. 109
       The French Nation: From Napoleon to Petain, 1814-1..., by D.W. Brogan

      1. The French Nation: From Napoleon to Petain, 1814-1940 by D.W. Brogan
      Commonweal, April 25, 1958
    5.  
      American Civilization by Thomas Molnar, pp. 198-199
      Commonweal, May 23, 1958
    6.  
      [+] Tame Revolution (Review) by Thomas Molnar, pp. 310-312
       The Revolution in Education, by Mortimer J. Adler, Milton Mayer

      1. The Revolution in Education by Mortimer J. Adler and Milton Mayer
      Commonweal, June 20, 1958
    7.  
      Heidegger and Humanism by Thomas Molnar, pp. 343-345
      Commonweal, July 4, 1958
    8.  
      [+] The Present Crisis of Mankind (Review) by Thomas Molnar, pp. 382-384
       Man at the Crossroads, by Jose Ferrater Mora

      1. Man at the Crossroads by Jose Ferrater Mora
      Commonweal, July 11, 1958
    9.  
      [+] If you Differ, You're a "Deviant" (2 Reviews) by Thomas Molnar, p. 115
       Free Society and Moral Crisis, by Robert Cooley Angell, ...

        The National Review, August 2, 1958
      1.  
        Letter from Paris by Thomas Molnar, p. 163
         Intellectual Life and Politics
        The National Review, August 30, 1958
      2.  
        On Camus and Capital Punishment by Thomas Molnar, pp. 298-306 - PDF
        Modern Age, Summer 1958
      3.  
        France's Verdict on de Gaulle
          Call to Greatness by Thomas Molnar,, pp. 610-612
        Commonweal, September 19, 1958
      4.  
        [+] Matter-of-Fact Confession of a Non-Penitent (Review) by Thomas Molnar, p. 102
         Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov

        1. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
        Commonweal, October 24, 1958
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