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Education and the Attack on History
by Ross J.S. Hoffman, pp. 257-270 -
Redirecting Education, Vol. I, by Rexford G. Tugwell, Leon H. Keyserling
Redirecting Education, Vol. I
by Rexford G. Tugwell and Leon H. Keyserlin...
Characters and Character
by John Crowe Ransom, pp. 271-288 -
A Note on Fiction
President Roosevelt and War
by Hoffman Nickerson, pp. 289-304 -
Art in Relation to Industrialism
by Eric Gill, pp. 305-330 -
Gerard Manley Hopkins---Priest or Poet?
by John Gould Fletcher, pp. 331-346 -
The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bri..., by Claude Colleer Abbott,...
A New Faith For The New State
by Mason Wade, pp. 347-356 -
Religion and the Modern State, by Christopher Dawson
Religion and the Modern State
by Christopher Dawson
The Technical Approach
by Geoffrey Stone, pp. 357-361 -
The Double Agent, by R.P. Blackmur
The Double Agent
by R.P. Blackmur
The Age of Metaphysics
by Marvin McCord Lowes, pp. 362-366 -
Mark Hopkins: A Biography, by John Hopkins Denison
Mark Hopkins: A Biography
by John Hopkins Denison
A Pessimistic Moralist
by Chas F. Ronayne, pp. 367-373 -
An Interpretation of Christian Ethics, by Reinhold Niebuhr
An Interpretation of Christian Ethics
by Reinhold Niebuhr
Three Little Girls
by Miriam Colgate, pp. 374-379 -
The Longest Years, by Sigrid Undset, ...
Revolution and Freemasonry
by Charlotte Muret, pp. 380-384 -
Revolution and Freemasonry, 1690-1900, by Bernard Fay
Revolution and Freemasonry, 1690-1900
by Bernard Fay
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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