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, May 1925 Issue
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The Pestilence of Fanaticism
by James A. Reed, pp. 1-7 -
by William McFee, pp. 8-16 -
Hell along the Border
by Duncan Aikman, pp. 17-23 -
by Morris Fishbein, pp. 24-29 -
by James M. Cain, pp. 30-34 -
, pp. 35-40 -
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
by C. Hartley Grattan, pp. 41-45 -
Mary Fisher's Philosophy
by Chester T. Crowell, pp. 46-56 -
The Art of the Perfumer
by Henry Tetlow, pp. 57-58 -
The Uniform Laws Craze
by John Hemphill, pp. 59-61 -
This ain't the Waldorf
by Gregory Mason, pp. 62-67 -
The New History
by Harry Elmer Barnes, pp. 68-76 -
by Hilton Butler, pp. 77-81 -
A Study in Manners
by Albert Jay Nock, pp. 82-88 -
by R.F. Dibble, pp. 89-94 -
by H.L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan, pp. 95-97 -
by Louis Untermeyer, pp. 98-101 -
by Harry B. Smith, pp. 102-108 -
Why I Live Abroad
by Lawrence J. Thomson, pp. 109-115 -
by George Jean Nathan, pp. 116-121 -
Woes of a 100% American
by H.L. Mencken, pp. 122-123 -
The New Barbarians, by Wilbur C. Abbott
The New Barbarians
by Wilbur C. Abbott
by H.L.M., pp. 124-125 -
R.F.D. No. 3, by Homer Croy, ...
The Infancy of the Race
by H.L.M., pp. 126-127 -
Human Origins: A Manual of Prehistory, by George Grant MacCurdy, ...
The American Mercury Authors
, pp. 128-154 -
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