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  • The American Review
    , June 1934, pp. 327-330 - 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. [–] Issues of 1934
          = 10 Issues, 132 Articles
          1. [+] January 1934 Issue
            = 14 Articles
            1. [+] February 1934 Issue
              = 12 Articles
              1. [+] March 1934 Issue
                = 12 Articles
                1. [+] April 1934 Issue
                  = 12 Articles
                  1. [+] May 1934 Issue
                    = 23 Articles
                    1. [–] June 1934 Issue
                      = 13 Articles
                      1. The Dumb Ox by Wyndham Lewis, pp. 289-312 - PDF
                      2. An Agrarian Programme for the South by W.T. Couch, pp. 313-326 - PDF
                      3. The Masterless Man by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 327-330 - PDF
                      4. The Rise and Fall of Industrialism by Herbert Shove, pp. 331-358 - PDF
                      5. [+] A Letter on Summer Reading by Dorothea Brande, pp. 359-369 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. A Backward Glance by Edith Wharton
                      6. Science and Theology, Part II by M.C. D'Arcy, pp. 370-384 - PDF
                        1. A Backward Glance by Edith Wharton
                      7. [+] Beecherism by Austin Warren, pp. 385-388 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Saints, Sinners, and Beechers by Lyman Beecher Stowe
                      8. [+] "Progressive" Indoctrination by Norman Foerster, pp. 389-391 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Modern European Educators and Their Work by Adolphe Erich Meyer
                      9. [+] Dewey's Latest Disciple by John Gould Fletcher, pp. 392-397 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Technics and Civilization by Lewis Mumford
                      10. [+] Lawrence As a Soldier by John F. Fiske, pp. 398-401 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Colonel Lawrence of Arabia by B.H. Liddell Hart
                      11. [+] A Novel in Verse by Donald Davidson, pp. 402-406 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Hoxsie Sells His Acres by Christopher La Farge
                      12. [+] The Plain Reader's More by Andrew Corry, pp. 407-411 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Thomas More by Daniel Sargent
                      13. [+] Mr. Mencken's Ethics by Chas. F. Ronayne, pp. 412-416 - PDF
                        - 1 Review
                        1. Treatise On Right and Wrong by H.L. Mencken
                    2. [+] September 1934 Issue
                      = 12 Articles
                      1. [+] October 1934 Issue
                        = 11 Articles
                        1. [+] November 1934 Issue
                          = 12 Articles
                          1. [+] December 1934 Issue
                            = 11 Articles
                          2. [+] 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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