Paul Jacobs

  • Precautions Are Being Taken By Those Who Know

    An inquiry into the power and responsibility of the Atomic Energy Commission

  • The Los Angeles Police

    Despite its wide and justified reputation for controlling conventional crime, the Los Angeles Police Department has been slow in drawing lessons from the 1965 disturbances. The department s narrow definition of effective police work must be broadened considerably if future racial outbreaks are to be avoided. Paul Jacobs is the author of numerous books and articles on social issues and is on the staff of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institulions in Santa Barbara.

  • The Cat Hotel

    PAUL JACOBS is staff director of the Fund for the Republic Trade Union Project and has written articles and books about labor. He is a staff writer for the REPORTER and a correspondent for the ECONOMIST.