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The American Spectator (Dreiser)
, October 1935 Issue
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Two Cents for Fiorello La Guardia
by Allan Chase, p. 1 -
The Munition Makers Go Hunting
by H.C. Engelbrecht, p. 1 -
Mendacity on a Factory Basis
by Sidney Wallach, p. 1 -
Wage Slavery in New England
by John Lowell, p. 2 -
"All the News Printed To Fit"
by George Simpson, p. 3 -
Of Nothing and the Wolfe
by Clifton Fadiman, p. 4 -
The Medical Clinic Business
by M.D., p. 4 -
Clericalism Invades American Politics
by Ferdinand Lundberg, pp. 5-11 -
The Un-Americanism of Mr. Roosevelt
, p. 12 -
Books, by Charles Angoff
, p. 13 -
It Seems to Me, 1925-1935, by Heywood Broun
It Seems to Me, 1925-1935
by Heywood Broun
The Dream of a Free Press
, p. 13 -
Freedom of the Press, by George Seldes
Freedom of the Press
by George Seldes
More Blah for the Poor Student
, pp. 13-16 -
A Study of the Short Story, by Henry Seidel Canby
A Study of the Short Story
by Henry Seidel Canby
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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