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  • Common Ground
    , Autumn 1946, pp. 66-73 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1940s
      = 9 Years, 33 Issues, 867 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1941
        = 1 Issue, 30 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1942
          = 4 Issues, 118 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1943
            = 4 Issues, 109 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of 1944
              = 4 Issues, 110 Articles
              1. [+] Issues of 1945
                = 4 Issues, 111 Articles
                1. [–] Issues of 1946
                  = 4 Issues, 107 Articles
                  1. [+] January 1946 Issue
                    = 28 Articles
                    1. [+] April 1946 Issue
                      = 27 Articles
                      1. [–] July 1946 Issue
                        = 26 Articles
                        1. Breaking the Vicious Circle by J. Milton Yinger, pp. 3-8 - PDF
                        2. Jin-nee by Milla Z. Logan, pp. 9-16 - PDF
                        3. Nisei---Ears for the Government by Stephen Greene, pp. 17-20 - PDF
                        4. So to Speak by Christopher Kilmer, p. 21 - PDF
                        5. A Piece of Bread by R.R. Aaronson, pp. 22-26 - PDF
                        6. Experiences in Black and White by Ruby E. Stutts Lyells, pp. 27-31 - PDF
                        7. Emancipation by Martin Staples Shockley, pp. 32-34 - PDF
                        8. The Original American Blueprint for Peace by Mabel Powers, pp. 35-43 - PDF
                        9. A Good Name by I.L. Salomon, pp. 44-48 - PDF
                        10. "You Should Meet My Chauffeur!" by Charles H. Nichols, Jr., pp. 49-52 - PDF
                        11. American Jazz Artists by Elizabeth Colman, pp. 53-60 - PDF
                        12. Minneapolis: The Curious Twin by Carey McWilliams, pp. 61-65 - PDF
                        13. Papa Andreyshevski by Irene M. Durfos, pp. 66-73 - PDF
                        14. What We Want Is Action by Elis M. Tipton, pp. 74-81 - PDF
                        15. Adobe Alphabet by Dorothy L. Pillsbury, pp. 82-86 - PDF
                        16. Faces in the Sun by Mary Harris Seifert, pp. 87-88 - PDF
                        17. Restricted Housing---Restricted Democracy by Elmer R. Smith, pp. 89-91 - PDF
                        18. Miscellany, pp. 92-94 - PDF
                        19. The Common Council at Work, pp. 95-98 - PDF
                        20. The Pursuit of Liberty by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 99-101 - PDF
                        21. Intergroup by Leo Shapiro, pp. 102-104 - PDF
                        22. [+] Studies in American Life by Henry C. Tracy, p. 105 - PDF
                          - 6 Reviews
                          1. Midwest at Noon by Graham Hutton
                          2. Race and Nation in the United States by E.A. Benians
                          3. Tomorrow Without Fear by Chester Bowles
                          4. There's Work for All by Michael Dunlop Young and Theodor Prager
                          5. The Great White Hills of New Hampshire by Ernest Poole
                          6. The Lost Americans by Frank C. Hibben
                        23. [+] All Kinds of Americans by Henry C. Tracy, pp. 106-107 - PDF
                          - 6 Reviews
                          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
                        24. [+] Of the Best a Nation Strives For by Henry C. Tracy, pp. 108-109 - PDF
                          - 6 Reviews
                          1. The Jew in American Life by James Waterman Wise
                          2. An Enemy of the People: Antisemitism by James W. Parkes
                          3. An International Convention Against Antisemitism by Mark Vishniak
                          4. The Rise of the Jewish Community of New York, 1654-1860 by Hyman B. Grinstein
                          5. To Whom Palestine? by Frank Gervasi
                          6. The Revolt of the South and West by A.G. Mezerik
                        25. [+] Outstanding New Fiction by Henry C. Tracy, pp. 110-111 - PDF
                          - 11 Reviews
                          1. Our Own Kind by Edward McSorley
                          2. The American by Howard Fast
                          3. Trumpet to the World by Mark Harris
                          4. The Adventures of Wesley Jackson by William Saroyan
                          5. Brewsie and Willie by Gertrude Stein
                          6. The Old Country by Sholom Aleichem
                          7. American Legend by Robert Van Gelder and Dorothy Van Gelder
                          8. Two Rivers Meet in Concord by T. Morris Longstreth
                          9. A Mighty Fortress by LeGrand Cannon, Jr.
                          10. The Intruders by Robert Bright
                          11. Bright April by Marguerite de Angeli
                        26. [+] Applied Semantics and Civic Education by Henry C. Tracy, pp. 112-122 - PDF
                          - 3 Reviews
                          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
                      2. [+] October 1946 Issue
                        = 26 Articles
                      3. [+] Issues of 1947
                        = 4 Issues, 104 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1948
                          = 4 Issues, 93 Articles
                          1. [+] Issues of 1949
                            = 4 Issues, 85 Articles
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