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The American Mercury
, July 1950 Issue
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The Racket in Contraceptives
by Grace Naismith, pp. 3-13 -
How the Press Hampers Justice
by Judge Simon H. Rifkind, pp. 14-23 -
by Joseph Joel Keith, p. 24 -
Senator Paul H. Douglas
by J.J.K., pp. 25-32 -
The Best, A Story
by Emilie Glen, pp. 33-40 -
by George Jean Nathan, pp. 41-44 -
by Evelyn Ames, p. 45 -
A Physiotherapist Looks at Physiotherapy
by Emil Roy Posner, Ph.D., pp. 46-57 -
A Doctor Looks at Physiotherapy
by Max S. Rabinowitz, M.D., pp. 58-62 -
Birds in a Steeple
by I.L. Salomon, p. 63 -
Gorgeous George the Wrestler
by Ted Shane, pp. 64-71 -
Exaggerated Dangers of Germ Warfare
by Dr. James A. Tobey, P.H., pp. 72-77 -
The New England Emigrant Aid Company
by Stewart H. Holbrook, pp. 78-83 -
by Louis Jay Herman, p. 84 -
Down To Earth
by Alan Devoe, pp. 85-88 -
At Rapier Point
by Marguerite Janvrin Adams, p. 89 -
Louis Budenz Meets the Press
, pp. 90-99 -
Attempts to Swindle the Life Insurance Companies
by Joseph Fulling Fishman, pp. 100-107 -
by Joseph Joel Keith, p. 108 -
The Library: Jewish Life in the American Novel
by Harold U. Ribalow, pp. 109-117 -
The Rise of David Levinsky, by Abraham Cahan, ...
The Check List
, p. 118 -
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The Open Forum
, pp. 123-128 -
Cover (Paul H. Douglas)
by Al Hirschfeld, -
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