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    1. [–] Issues of the 1940s
      = 6 Years, 55 Issues, 1,542 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1941
        = 3 Issues, 63 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1942
          = 11 Issues, 254 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1943
            = 12 Issues, 344 Articles
            1. [–] Issues of 1944
              = 6 Issues, 165 Articles
              1. [–] July 1944 Issue
                = 29 Articles
                1. Nocturne by Witter Bynner, p. 6 - PDF
                2. Editorials by Louis Dolivet, p. 7 - PDF
                3. Race Hate Must Be Outlawed by Orson Welles, pp. 8-11 - PDF
                4. The End of the Road (Drawing) by Victor DePauw, p. 12 - PDF
                5. Invasion Spells Victory by Max Werner, pp. 13-16 - PDF
                6. From the East - South - West by Victor A. Yakhontoff, pp. 17-21 - PDF
                7. Resurrection (Drawing) by Luis Quintanilla, p. 22 - PDF
                8. France Battles Beside Her Allies by A.M. Brossin de Saint-Didier, pp. 23-27 - PDF
                9. On the Factory Front (Drawing) by Gross-Bettelheim , p. 28 - PDF
                10. Workers Back Invasion by William Green, pp. 29-30 - PDF
                11. Inside Fortress Europe, pp. 31-33 - PDF
                12. Round Table No. 25: America's Role in a World Organization by Burnet Hershey, pp. 34-44 - PDF
                13. A Charter for a Safe World by Fiorello H. La Guardia, pp. 45-48 - PDF
                14. Freedom from and Freedom for by William O. Douglas, pp. 49-52 - PDF
                15. We Polish Jews by Julian Tuwim, pp. 53-56 - PDF
                16. The Underground Reporter, pp. 57-58 - PDF
                17. The Silencing of the Bells, p. 59 - PDF
                18. Avengers in the Catacombs by V. Liaskowski, pp. 60-61 - PDF
                19. Rebuilding World Economy by Antonin Basch, pp. 62-67 - PDF
                20. Peace Must Mean Security by Philip Murray, pp. 68-71 - PDF
                21. Punishment of War Criminals by Claude D. Pepper, pp. 72-74 - PDF
                22. Progress of the Struggle by Norman Angell, pp. 75-78 - PDF
                23. [+] Must the Machine Age Fail? by Dudley F. McCollum, pp. 79-80 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. The Condition of Man by Lewis Mumford
                24. [+] There Will Always Be a Brauchitsch by Hans Jacob, pp. 81-82 - PDF
                  - 3 Reviews
                  1. German Radio Propaganda by Ernst Kris and Hans Speier
                  2. The German Army by Herbert Rosinski
                  3. Hitler's Generals by W.E. Hart
                25. [+] Russia's "Big Business" by Nicholas P. Vakar, pp. 83-84 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture by Gregory Bienstock, Solomon M. Schwarz...
                26. [+] "Good Neighbor" Prospects by Octavio Mangabeira, p. 85 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. Latin America and the Industrial Age by J. Fred Rippy
                27. A Check List of Forthcoming Books, p. 86 - PDF
                  1. Latin America and the Industrial Age by J. Fred Rippy
                28. [+] If Islands Were Ships by Laura Vitray, p. 87 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. The Navy's War by Fletcher Pratt
                29. Index of the Free World, Volume VII, pp. 88-98 - PDF
                  1. The Navy's War by Fletcher Pratt
              2. [+] August 1944 Issue
                = 27 Articles
                1. [+] September 1944 Issue
                  = 27 Articles
                  1. [+] October 1944 Issue
                    = 25 Articles
                    1. [+] November 1944 Issue
                      = 33 Articles
                      1. [+] December 1944 Issue
                        = 24 Articles
                      2. [+] Issues of 1945
                        = 12 Issues, 387 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1946
                          = 11 Issues, 329 Articles
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