Commentary

Commentary

THE LONGSHOREMEN'S DOCK STRIKE earlier this month hit home for two staffers at The Journal of Commer
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS may be only days away, but is this a sufficient excuse for the United States
THE METS IS DEAD," proclaimed Leo Durocher early in 1969 when his Chicago Cubs were 'way out front i
THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY is showing signs of being its own worst enemy.

How can an industry th
Since Japan's surrender in the summer of 1945, Japanese foreign policies have been closely tied in w
When my wife and I visited Siberia last fall, we were part of a group of about 50 American tourists.
THE TRUCKERS AND TEAMSTERS have come to a "working agreement" (nothing's signed yet) on a step-by-st
THE DECISION BY GENERAL MOTORS and IBM to pull out of South Africa by selling off their operations t
Talmadge E. Simpkins' Sept. 23 OpEd essay "Tax Change Aids U.S. Flag Shipping", which applauds the t
The foreign visitor to the U.S.S.R., especially one who comes as a member of a tourist group, finds
European travelers still love to buy liquor, cigarettes and perfume at airport duty-free shops. They
Wharf. Sounds like something my dog would say.

It's my shorthand for Wharf (Holdings) Co., t
It surprises a U.S. visitor to the Soviet Union to observe the obvious ineffectiveness of Soviet of
POLITICIANS HAVE TO BE WATCHED AT ALL TIMES, especially when their jobs are on the line at election