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The American Review
, January 1934 Issue
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Will War Destroy Civilization?
by Hoffman Nickerson, pp. 257-276 -
Sex and Property
by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 277-281 -
Difficulties of History
by Henri Massis, pp. 282-289 -
The Aesthetic of Regionalism
by John Crowe Ransom, pp. 290-310 -
William Morris: Distributist
by W.P. Witcutt, pp. 311-315 -
Sigrid Undset and the Critics
by Dorothea Brande, pp. 316-322 -
by Jose Ortega y Gasset, pp. 323-327 -
The Fascist Idea in Britain
by W.E.D. Allen, pp. 328-349 -
An Unknown Inventor
by Andrew Corry, pp. 350-359 -
The Decline of the Renaissance
by Chas. F. Ronayne, pp. 360-364 -
The Man of the Renaissance, by Ralph Roeder
The Man of the Renaissance
by Ralph Roeder
The Irish Experiment
by Marvin McCord Lowes, pp. 365-370 -
The Life Story of Eamon De Valera, by Sean O'Faolain, ...
Deism in America
by Harry Hayden Clark, pp. 371-374 -
Republican Religion, by G. Adolf Koch
by G. Adolf Koch
Literature and the Good Life
by J. Bryan Allin, pp. 375-379 -
Selected Essays, by Oscar W. Firkins
by Oscar W. Firkins
A Portrait of Washington
by Harry Lorin Binsse, pp. 380-384 -
George Washington Himself, by John C. Fitzpatrick
George Washington Himself
by John C. Fitzpatrick
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