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    Alchemy of Thought (1910) by Lawrence P. Jacks - READ
    1 Review
    Mary by L.P. Jacks, pp. 16-33 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1911
    Among the Idol-Makers (1912) by L.P. Jacks - READ
    1 Review
    White Roses by L.P. Jacks, pp. 412-417 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1912
    The Professor's Mare by L.P. Jacks, pp. 455-472 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1912
    All Men Are Ghosts (1913) by Lawrence P. Jacks - READ
    1 Review
    The Magic Formula by L.P. Jacks, pp. 308-318 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1913
    Changed Temper of England by L.P. Jacks, p. 402 - PDF
    The Nation, October 1, 1914
    Oxford at War by L.P. Jacks, p. 103 - PDF
    The Nation, January 28, 1915
    The Changing Mind of a Nation at War by L.P. Jacks, pp. 534-543 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1915
    The Chest of Cedar by L.P. Jacks, pp. 784-791 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1915
    Oxford in Wartime by L.P. Jacks, pp. 194-195 - PDF
    The New Republic, June 26, 1915
    War and the Wealth of Nations by L.P. Jacks, pp. 419-426 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1915
    The Peacefulness of Being at War
      --- by L.P. Jacks , pp. 152-153 - PDF
    The New Republic, September 11, 1915
    From the Human End (1916) by L.P. Jacks - READ
    A Collection of Essays
    1 Review
    Writings (1916) by L.P. Jacks - READ
    Our Drifting Civilization by L.P. Jacks, pp. 298-308 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1916
    The Country Air (1917) by L.P. Jacks
    Life and Letters of Stopford Brooke (1917) by Lawrence Pearsall Jacks - PDF - READ
    2 Volumes, 38 Chapters, 748pp2 Reviews
    Philosophers in Trouble (1917) by L.P. Jacks - READ
    A Volume of Stories
    1 Review
    The Insane Root by L.P. Jacks, pp. 12-21 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1917
    The Clearing Aim of the War by L.P. Jacks, pp. 31-38 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1917
    Loyalty Once More by L.P. Jacks, pp. 212-217 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1918
    The Downfall of World Dominion by L.P. Jacks, pp. 10-12 - PDF
    The New Republic, February 2, 1918
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