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    The Home of Mark Twain by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 101-105 - PDF
    The American Mercury, September 1926
    St. Louis by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 267-269
    The New Republic, April 18, 1928
    Mid-Western Nights' Entertainment by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 169-174 - PDF
    The American Mercury, October 1928
    Freebooters of the Forest by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 11-16 - PDF
    The American Mercury, January 1929
    The Genealogy Business by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 348-354 - PDF
    The American Mercury, March 1930
    The Career of a Statesman by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 29-36 - PDF
    The American Mercury, May 1930
    [+] The Jobless (Review) by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 275-276
     Some Folks Won't Work, by Clinch Calkins

    1. Some Folks Won't Work by Clinch Calkins
    The New Republic, October 22, 1930
    Muscle Men by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 203-204 - PDF
    Scribners, February 1931
      III. Missouri by Marquis W. Childs,, p. 38
    The New Republic, February 25, 1931
    Sweden Cuts the Cost of Living by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 148-150
    The New Republic, June 24, 1931
    [+] Morituri (Review) by Marquis W. Childs, p. 161
     Black Elk Speaks, by John G. Neihardt, Black Elk

    1. Black Elk Speaks by John G. Neihardt and Black Elk
    The New Republic, June 22, 1932
    The Illinois Mine Battle by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 121-122
    The New Republic, September 14, 1932
    Samuel Insull by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 142-143
    The New Republic, September 21, 1932
    Samuel Insull: II by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 170-172
    The New Republic, September 28, 1932
    Samuel Insull: III by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 201-202
    The New Republic, October 5, 1932
    River Town by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 710-718
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1932
    Sweden (1933) by Marquis W. Childs
    1 Review
    Main Street Ten Years After by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 263-264
    The New Republic, January 18, 1933
    [+] Middle Class Millennium (Review) by Marquis W. Childs, p. 248
     The Shape of Things to Come, by H.G. Wells

    1. The Shape of Things to Come by H.G. Wells
    The New Republic, October 11, 1933
    Sweden: Where Capitalism Is Controlled by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 749-757
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1933
    [+] Mademoiselle Nira (2 Reviews) by Marquis W. Childs, p. 286
     Roosevelt and His America, by Bernard Fay, ...

      The New Republic, January 17, 1934
      The Lion's Mouth by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 367-372
       Clever Girl
      The Harpers Monthly, February 1934
      Father Coughlin by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 326-327
      The New Republic, May 2, 1934
      Mr. Mellon in Court by Marquis W. Childs, pp. 13-14
      The New Republic, May 15, 1935
      Sweden: The Middle Way (1936) by Marquis W. Childs
      5 Reviews
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