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The American Mercury, November 1931 Issue
- 33 Articles, 172pp
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    The Mysterious Madame: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, by C.E. Bechofer-Roberts
    1. The Mysterious Madame: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by C.E. Bechofer-Roberts
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    The Little Green Shutter, by Brand Whitlock
    1. The Little Green Shutter by Brand Whitlock
    2. Before and After Prohibition by Millard E. Tydings
    3. The Prohibition Experiment In Finland by John H. Wuorinen
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    , pp. 382-383 - PDF
    Oklahoma City's Younger Leaders, by Rex Francis Harlow
    1. Oklahoma City's Younger Leaders by Rex Francis Harlow
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    1. Oklahoma City's Younger Leaders by Rex Francis Harlow
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    1. Perhaps Women by Sherwood Anderson
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    3. Paying Your Sickness Bills by Michael Marks Davis
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    1. The Written Constitution and the Unwritten Attitude by Charles Edward Merriam
    2. Occupational Diseases by Rosamond W. Goldberg
    3. The International Court by Edward Lindsey
    4. Concentration of Control in American Industry by Harry W. Laidler
    5. The Masquerade of Monopoly by Frank Albert Fetter
    6. European Dictatorships by Carlo Sforza
    7. Graft in Business by John T. Flynn
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    1. Creative Criticism, and Other Essays on the Unity of Genius and Taste by Joel E. Spingarn
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    1. The History of World Civilization by Hermann Schneider
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    1. Lucian, Plato and Greek Morals by John Jay Chapman
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    1. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    2. The Opening of a Door by George Davis
    3. The Wet Parade by Upton Sinclair
    4. Dona Barbara by Romulo Gallegos
    5. The Sons of Mrs. Aab by Sarah Gertrude Millin
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    1. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    2. The Opening of a Door by George Davis
    3. The Wet Parade by Upton Sinclair
    4. Dona Barbara by Romulo Gallegos
    5. The Sons of Mrs. Aab by Sarah Gertrude Millin