The Public Interest
The Public Interest was a journal founded under the editorship of Daniel Bell and Irving Kristol in 1965. It was sponsored by Freedom House as part of its educational programme, and based at the offices of Basic Books. Its founding publisher was Warren Demian Manshel.
- Daniel Bell - Editor
- Irving Kristol - Editor
- Warren Demian Manshel - Publisher
- Publication Committee: Murray L. Silberstein - Chairman | Leo Cherne | Daniel P. Moynihan | Arthur J. Rosenthal | Leo Rosten | Martin E. Segal | Stanley Simon
- The Public Interest, Fall 1965.