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Common Ground Archives
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  • Common Ground
    Total Archives: 9 Years, 33 Issues, 867 Articles, 3,887pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
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      1. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1941 Issue, 30 Articles, 128pp
        Mexicans to Michigan by Carey McWilliams
      2. Common Ground,
        Spring 1942 Issue, 35 Articles, 119pp
        The Japanese American Creed by Mike Masaoka
      3. Common Ground,
        Summer 1942 Issue, 30 Articles, 120pp
        Journey From the Isle of Man by Mary K.A. Denney
      4. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1942 Issue, 25 Articles, 123pp
        The American Experience and European Reconstruction by David Dempsey
      5. Common Ground,
        Winter 1942 Issue, 28 Articles, 128pp
        An Attempt at Autobiography by Regina Gor
      6. Common Ground,
        Spring 1943 Issue, 26 Articles, 116pp
        The War and the Foreign-Language Press by Yaroslav J. Chyz
      7. Common Ground,
        Summer 1943 Issue, 26 Articles, 124pp
        What America Means to Me by Pearl S. Buck
      8. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1943 Issue, 28 Articles, 116pp
        An Institute of Ethnic Democracy by John Collier and Saul K. Padover
      9. Common Ground,
        Winter 1943 Issue, 29 Articles, 124pp
        Democracy Begins at Home by Langston Hughes, Lillian Smith, Thomas Sancton
      10. Common Ground,
        Spring 1944 Issue, 25 Articles, 116pp
        The Tools for Ethnic Democracy by Ward Shepard
      11. Common Ground,
        Summer 1944 Issue, 25 Articles, 116pp
        Your Million Fathers by Lyle Owen
      12. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1944 Issue, 31 Articles, 116pp
        The Englishman Meets the Negro by George W. Goodman
      13. Common Ground,
        Winter 1944 Issue, 29 Articles, 123pp
        Are Race Relations the Business of the Federal Government?
      14. Common Ground,
        Spring 1945 Issue, 29 Articles, 116pp
        Prejudice Among the Unprejudiced by Isabel Currier
      15. Common Ground,
        Summer 1945 Issue, 29 Articles, 116pp
        What America Means to Me by John Beecher
      16. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1945 Issue, 28 Articles, 116pp
        Bridges of Understanding by Alice L. Sickels
      17. Common Ground,
        Winter 1945 Issue, 25 Articles, 116pp
        An Ozarker and the Jews by Lyle Owen
      18. Common Ground,
        Spring 1946 Issue, 28 Articles, 116pp
        Postwar Employment and the Negro Worker by John A. Davis and Marjorie McKenzie Lawson
      19. Common Ground,
        Summer 1946 Issue, 27 Articles, 116pp
        The Slaying of the European Father by Max Lerner
      20. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1946 Issue, 26 Articles, 116pp
        Breaking the Vicious Circle by J. Milton Yinger
      21. Common Ground,
        Winter 1946 Issue, 26 Articles, 116pp
        Letter to Germany by Pearl Buck
      22. Common Ground,
        Spring 1947 Issue, 26 Articles, 114pp
        Books Make Bigots by Aubrey Haan
      23. Common Ground,
        Summer 1947 Issue, 25 Articles, 114pp
        How Deep Are the Roots? by Carey McWilliams
      24. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1947 Issue, 28 Articles, 116pp
        How Deep Are the Roots? Part II by Carey McWilliams
      25. Common Ground,
        Winter 1947 Issue, 25 Articles, 116pp
        One World Revisited by Norman Corwin
      26. Common Ground,
        Spring 1948 Issue, 20 Articles, 116pp
        Spotlight on Mexican Americans
      27. Common Ground,
        Summer 1948 Issue, 22 Articles, 116pp
        We Are Not Born Civilized by John Benjamin Nichols
      28. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1948 Issue, 27 Articles, 116pp
        Letters to Italy by Sylvan Gotshal and Halsey Munson
      29. Common Ground,
        Winter 1948 Issue, 24 Articles, 117pp
        Those Gringos! by Malcolm Ross
      30. Common Ground,
        Spring 1949 Issue, 23 Articles, 116pp
        Trends in Race Relations on the West Coast - A Symposium
      31. Common Ground,
        Summer 1949 Issue, 20 Articles, 116pp
        The Mexican American: A National Concern
      32. Common Ground,
        Autumn 1949 Issue, 19 Articles, 117pp
        Is There an American Stock? by Max Lerner
      33. Common Ground,
        Winter 1949 Issue, 23 Articles, 116pp
        Civil Liberties in Crisis by J. Milton Yinger
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      1. Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 82-86 - PDF
      2. Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, pp. 69-73 - PDF
      3. [+]
        (6 Reviews)
        The Autobiography of William Allen White, by William Allen White
        1. The Autobiography of William Allen White by William Allen White
        2. Detroit Is My Own Home Town by Malcolm W. Bingay
        3. The Wilson Era: Years of War and After, 1917-1923 by Josephus Daniels
        4. American Daughter by Era Bell Thompson
        5. And That's No Lie by Beatrice W. Bill Talbot
        6. Paul Robeson, Citizen of the World by Shirley Graham
        Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 106-107 - PDF
      4. Photographs
        1. The Autobiography of William Allen White by William Allen White
        2. Detroit Is My Own Home Town by Malcolm W. Bingay
        3. The Wilson Era: Years of War and After, 1917-1923 by Josephus Daniels
        4. American Daughter by Era Bell Thompson
        5. And That's No Lie by Beatrice W. Bill Talbot
        6. Paul Robeson, Citizen of the World by Shirley Graham
        Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 53-60 - PDF
      5. [+]
        (6 Reviews)
        Focus, by Arthur Miller
        1. Focus by Arthur Miller
        2. Wasteland by Jo Sinclair
        3. The Street by Ann Petry
        4. Mrs. Palmer's Honey by Fannie Cook
        5. If He Hollers Let Him Go by Chester B. Himes
        6. The Friendly Persuasion by Jessamyn West
        Common Ground
        , Summer 1946, p. 109 - PDF
      6. [+]
        (3 Reviews)
        People in Quandaries, by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 112-122 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Summer 1946, pp. 88-91 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Summer 1946, pp. 112-122 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 3-8 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Spring 1946, pp. 71-76 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, pp. 20-24 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Spring 1946, pp. 93-94 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Autumn 1946, pp. 95-98 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, pp. 99-100 - PDF
      7. Departments 
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Summer 1946, pp. 92-94 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, pp. 87-90 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, pp. 74-81 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Summer 1946, pp. 9-13 - PDF
        1. People in Quandaries by Wendell Stacey Johnson
        2. Signs, Language, and Behavior by Charles W. Morris
        3. For Us the Living by John J. Mahoney
        Common Ground
        , Spring 1946, pp. 61-67 - PDF
      8. [+]
        (6 Reviews)
        The Springfield Plan, by Alexander Alland and James Waterman Wise
        1. The Springfield Plan by Alexander Alland and James Waterman Wise
        2. The Story of the Springfield Plan by Clarence I. Chatto and Alice L. Halligan
        3. Design for America by Theodore B. Brameld
        4. Democracy's Children by Ethel M. Duncan
        5. All Brave Sailors by John Beecher
        6. My Brother Americans by Carlos P. Romulo
        Common Ground
        , Winter 1946, p. 111 - PDF