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The American Spectator (Dreiser)
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The Boy Scouts Prepare for War
by M.B. Schnapper, p. 1 -
I Don't Know How or Why
by Carlton Brown, p. 2 -
Peace, Freedom, and Blarney
by Allan Chase, pp. 3-4 -
The Nazis Decide to Mate Horses With Men
by Louis Weitzenkorn, p. 5 -
France Continues to Move Leftward
by Arnold Roller, p. 6 -
The Land of the Free Seen from a Bus
by Meridel Le Sueur, p. 6 -
Oil and International Politics
by Robert Lane, pp. 7-8 -
The Partition of Germany
by Ferdinand Lundberg, p. 9 -
Have Athletes Minds?
, p. 10 -
Jimmy Walker and the Dizzy Twenties
, p. 10 -
The Greek Comedy
, p. 10 -
Books, by Charles Angoff
Sinclair Lewis's Latest Novel
, p. 11 -
It Can't Happen Here, by Sinclair Lewis
It Can't Happen Here
by Sinclair Lewis
Bertrand Russell's Innocence
, pp. 11-14 -
In Praise of Idleness, and Other Essays, by Bertrand Russell
In Praise of Idleness, and Other Essays
by Bertrand Russell
The Progressives Storm the A.F. of L.
by Carl Reeve, pp. 15-16 -
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