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  • Total Archives: 61 Items - 26 Books, 1 Set, 2 Chapters, 31 Articles, 1 Review
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    1. The Atlantic Monthly
      , August 1919, pp. 167-174 - PDF
    2. Alchemy of Thought (1910) by Lawrence P. Jacks - READ
      1 Review, 1 Readable
    3. All Men Are Ghosts (1913) by Lawrence P. Jacks - READ
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    4. Among the Idol-Makers (1912) by L.P. Jacks - READ
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    5. The Atlantic Monthly
      , December 1924, pp. 721-727
    6. The Challenge of Life (1925) by L.P. Jacks
      Three Lectures
      2 Reviews, 2 Readable
    7. The Nation
      , October 1, 1914, p. 402 - PDF
    8. The Atlantic Monthly
      , April 1915, pp. 534-543 - PDF
    9. The Atlantic Monthly
      , June 1915, pp. 784-791 - PDF
    10. The Atlantic Monthly
      , July 1917, pp. 31-38 - PDF
    11. Co-Operation or Coercion? (1938) by L.P. Jacks
      The League at the Crossways
      4 Reviews, 1 Readable
    12. The Atlantic Monthly
      , August 1918, pp. 145-155 - PDF
    13. The Confession of an Octogenarian (1942) by L.P. Jacks
      1 Review, 1 Readable
    14. Constructive Citizenship (1928) by L.P. Jacks
      3 Reviews, 2 Readable
    15. The Country Air (1917) by L.P. Jacks
      1 Review
    16. The Atlantic Monthly
      , September 1919, pp. 298-309 - PDF
    17. (1934) by Harold L. Tinker, pp. 271-280 - PDF
    18. General Articles 
      The New Republic
      , February 2, 1918, pp. 10-12 - PDF
    19. The Education of the Whole Man (1931) by L.P. Jacks
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    20. (1941), pp. 885-899
    21. From the Human End (1916) by L.P. Jacks - READ
      A Collection of Essays
      3 Reviews, 1 Readable
    22. The North American Review
      , December 1922, pp. 750-764 - PDF
    23. The Heroes of Smokeover (1926) by L.P. Jacks
      1 Review, 1 Readable
    24. [+]
      (Review)
      The Issues of Immortality, by Corliss Lamont
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Saturday Review
      , September 3, 1932, p. 73 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , January 1917, pp. 12-21 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, pp. 266-276
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , March 1920, pp. 299-311 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Living Age
      , December 13, 1919, pp. 651-659 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , February 1924, pp. 229-239
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , February 1923, pp. 161-170
    25. The Legends of Smokeover (1922) by L.P. Jacks - READ
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    26. Life and Letters of Stopford Brooke (1917) by Lawrence Pearsall Jacks and Stopford Brooke - READ - PDF
      38 Chapters, 748pp - 3 Reviews, 2 Readable
    27. A Living Universe (1924) by L.P. Jacks
      Three Lectures
      1 Review
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , February 1918, pp. 212-217 - PDF
    28. The Magic Formula, and Other Stories (1927) by L.P. Jacks
      3 Reviews, 3 Readable
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , September 1913, pp. 308-318 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , July 1911, pp. 16-33 - PDF
    29. My American Friends (1933) by L.P. Jacks
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    30. My Neighbor the Universe (1929) by L.P. Jacks
      1 Review, 1 Readable
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , March 1916, pp. 298-308 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Survey
      , October 15, 1931, pp. 74-75 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Nation
      , January 28, 1915, p. 103 - PDF
    31. General Articles 
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The New Republic
      , June 26, 1915, pp. 194-195 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The New Republic
      , September 11, 1915, pp. 152-153 - PDF
    32. Philosophers in Trouble (1917) by L.P. Jacks - READ
      A Volume of Stories
      2 Reviews, 1 Readable
    33. An Apology for What Is
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Living Age
      , May 10, 1924, pp. 881-886 - PDF
      1. The Issues of Immortality by Corliss Lamont
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , October 1912, pp. 455-472 - PDF