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The American Review Archives
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  • I. Preliminaries
    The American Review
    , April 1933, pp. 1-16 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1930s
      = 5 Years, 44 Issues, 479 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of 1933
        = 7 Issues, 75 Articles
        1. [–] April 1933 Issue
          = 12 Articles
          1. The Restoration of Property by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 1-16 - PDF
          2. Profits and Losses by John Donald Wade, pp. 17-35 - PDF
          3. The Significance of Bolshevism by Christopher Dawson, pp. 36-49 - PDF
          4. Proust: the Two Ways by Paul Elmer More, pp. 50-75 - PDF
          5. The Day of the Lord by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 76-79 - PDF
          6. The Principles of the Corporate State by Harold Goad, pp. 80-93 - PDF
          7. [+] The Fate of Europe by E.P. Richardson, pp. 94-99 - PDF
            - 1 Review
            1. The Making of Europe by Christopher Dawson
          8. [+] The Rise of the American City by Donald Davidson, pp. 100-103 - PDF
            - 1 Review
            1. The Rise of the City, 1878-1898 by Arthur Meier Schlesinger
          9. [+] The Modern Theme by Harry Lorin Binsse, pp. 104-109 - PDF
            - 1 Review
            1. The Modern Theme by Jose Ortega y Gasset
          10. [+] The Bishop of Everywhere's Bull by Dorothea Brande, pp. 110-115 - PDF
            - 1 Review
            1. The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God by Bernard Shaw
          11. [+] Mazzini and the Ethics of Politics by Chas. F. Ronayne, pp. 116-121 - PDF
            - 1 Review
            1. Mazzini: Prophet of Modern Europe by Gwilym O. Griffith
          12. Editorial Notes, pp. 122-128 - PDF
            1. Mazzini: Prophet of Modern Europe by Gwilym O. Griffith
        2. [+] May 1933 Issue
          = 9 Articles
          1. [+] June 1933 Issue
            = 12 Articles
            1. [+] September 1933 Issue
              = 10 Articles
              1. [+] October 1933 Issue
                = 9 Articles
                1. [+] November 1933 Issue
                  = 12 Articles
                  1. [+] December 1933 Issue
                    = 11 Articles
                  2. [+] Issues of 1934
                    = 10 Issues, 132 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1935
                      = 10 Issues, 102 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of 1936
                        = 10 Issues, 101 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1937
                          = 7 Issues, 69 Articles
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