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The Literary Digest Archives
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  • The Literary Digest
    Total Archives: 42 Years, 2,037 Issues, 73,776 Articles, 115,219pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1890s
      = 3 Years, 155 Issues, 6,426 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1900s
        = 10 Years, 503 Issues, 20,993 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1910s
          = 10 Years, 499 Issues, 15,568 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 1920s
            = 10 Years, 465 Issues, 15,999 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
              = 9 Years, 415 Issues, 14,790 Articles
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              1. The Literary Digest,
                January 6, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 50pp
                Germany's Request for a Peace-Conference
              2. The Literary Digest,
                January 13, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 58pp
                The War Approaching a Climax
              3. The Literary Digest,
                January 20, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 64pp
                Why the War Must Go On
              4. The Literary Digest,
                January 27, 1917 Issue, 34 Articles, 56pp
                Essentials To Permanent Peace
              5. The Literary Digest,
                February 3, 1917 Issue, 34 Articles, 90pp
                Feasibility of the President's Peace-Program
              6. The Literary Digest,
                February 10, 1917 Issue, 34 Articles, 64pp
                Our Break With Germany
              7. The Literary Digest,
                February 17, 1917 Issue, 34 Articles, 60pp
                Our State of Preparedness for War
              8. The Literary Digest,
                February 24, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 80pp
                Efforts of American Pacifists to Avert War
              9. The Literary Digest,
                March 3, 1917 Issue, 36 Articles, 72pp
                Food Riots in the United States
              10. The Literary Digest,
                March 10, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 80pp
                Imminence of War With Germany
              11. The Literary Digest,
                March 17, 1917 Issue, 36 Articles, 110pp
                How Zimmermann United the United States
              12. The Literary Digest,
                March 24, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 82pp
                The Russian Revolution
              13. The Literary Digest,
                March 31, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 84pp
                A "State of War" With Germany
              14. The Literary Digest,
                April 7, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 78pp
                Shall We Join the Entente?
              15. The Literary Digest,
                April 14, 1917 Issue, 36 Articles, 102pp
                War for Democracy
              16. The Literary Digest,
                April 21, 1917 Issue, 27 Articles, 88pp
                Volunteers, Conscription, and Democracy
              17. The Literary Digest,
                April 28, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 74pp
                America's Response to the President's Appeal
              18. The Literary Digest,
                May 5, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 80pp
                The Kaiser Defeating Himself
              19. The Literary Digest,
                May 12, 1917 Issue, 34 Articles, 88pp
                Our Boys To France To Avert Disaster
              20. The Literary Digest,
                May 19, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 90pp
                The "Victory" Hindenburg Retreated To
              21. The Literary Digest,
                May 26, 1917 Issue, 24 Articles, 108pp
                Nation-Wide Prohibition as a War-Measure
              22. The Literary Digest,
                June 2, 1917 Issue, 37 Articles, 80pp
                How the Draft Will Work
              23. The Literary Digest,
                June 9, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 68pp
                Treason's Twilight Zone
              24. The Literary Digest,
                June 16, 1917 Issue, 35 Articles, 78pp
                Ten Million Answers to Germany
              25. The Literary Digest,
                June 23, 1917 Issue, 31 Articles, 66pp
                Peace-Terms We Are Fighting For
              26. The Literary Digest,
                June 30, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 62pp
                Mr. Hoover To Fight the Food-Pirates
              27. The Literary Digest,
                July 7, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 54pp
                A Coal-Crisis That May Cripple Industry
              28. The Literary Digest,
                July 14, 1917 Issue, 32 Articles, 62pp
                Our First Victory Over Germany
              29. The Literary Digest,
                July 21, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 70pp
                Discontent in Germany
              30. The Literary Digest,
                July 28, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 70pp
                The 100 Great Events of the World's Greatest War
              31. The Literary Digest,
                August 4, 1917 Issue, 32 Articles, 50pp
                Next Steps in Our Army's Mobilization
              32. The Literary Digest,
                August 11, 1917 Issue, 31 Articles, 62pp
                Fourth-Year Hopes of Peace and Victory
              33. The Literary Digest,
                August 18, 1917 Issue, 32 Articles, 72pp
                The Nation's Food as the Nation's Business
              34. The Literary Digest,
                August 25, 1917 Issue, 32 Articles, 96pp
                The Peace-Vision of the Vatican
              35. The Literary Digest,
                September 1, 1917 Issue, 35 Articles, 60pp
                The Menace of Sedition
              36. The Literary Digest,
                September 8, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 82pp
                "No Peace With Prussian Autocracy"
              37. The Literary Digest,
                September 15, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 96pp
                Russia and Austria Giving Way
              38. The Literary Digest,
                September 22, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 78pp
                Good Effect of the Korniloff Rebellion
              39. The Literary Digest,
                September 29, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 70pp
                Who Are the War-Profiteers?
              40. The Literary Digest,
                October 6, 1917 Issue, 26 Articles, 80pp
                America Infested With German Spies
              41. The Literary Digest,
                October 13, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 104pp
                Hearst, Tammany, Mitchel, and America
              42. The Literary Digest,
                October 20, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 84pp
                Germany Losing By Land, Sea, and Air
              43. The Literary Digest,
                October 27, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 72pp
                "Starving Little Neutrals"
              44. The Literary Digest,
                November 3, 1917 Issue, 39 Articles, 104pp
                The Road to Peace
              45. The Literary Digest,
                November 10, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 100pp
                The Italian Disaster
              46. The Literary Digest,
                November 17, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 98pp
                Bolsheviki At Russia's Throat
              47. The Literary Digest,
                November 24, 1917 Issue, 30 Articles, 94pp
                America's Duty in the Face of Russian Anarchy and the Italian Disaster
              48. The Literary Digest,
                December 1, 1917 Issue, 36 Articles, 72pp
                The Kaiser's Secret Army Here
              49. The Literary Digest,
                December 8, 1917 Issue, 28 Articles, 86pp
                Germany Weakening in the West
              50. The Literary Digest,
                December 15, 1917 Issue, 33 Articles, 64pp
                Our War-Aims---Victory and Justice
              51. The Literary Digest,
                December 22, 1917 Issue, 29 Articles, 54pp
                Turning the Light On Our War-Activities
              52. The Literary Digest,
                December 29, 1917 Issue, 37 Articles, 114pp
                The Battle On To Make America Dry
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              1. The Literary Digest
                , June 9, 1917, p. 1773 - PDF
              2. The Literary Digest
                , August 18, 1917, p. 31 - PDF
              3. The Literary Digest
                , May 19, 1917, p. 1497 - PDF
              4. The Literary Digest
                , February 3, 1917, p. 249 - PDF
              5. The Literary Digest
                , April 28, 1917, p. 1246 - PDF
              6. The Literary Digest
                , July 21, 1917, p. 13 - PDF
              7. The Literary Digest
                , July 28, 1917, p. 29 - PDF
              8. The Literary Digest
                , August 11, 1917, p. 11 - PDF
              9. The Literary Digest
                , November 17, 1917, p. 31 - PDF
              10. The Literary Digest
                , June 30, 1917, p. 1989 - PDF
              11. The Literary Digest
                , May 5, 1917, p. 1323 - PDF
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                The Literary Digest
                , October 6, 1917, pp. 9-11 - PDF
              13. The Literary Digest
                , June 9, 1917, p. 1772 - PDF
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                The Literary Digest
                , October 6, 1917, pp. 26-27 - PDF
              15. The Literary Digest
                , March 17, 1917, p. 710 - PDF
              16. The Literary Digest
                , August 18, 1917, p. 32 - PDF
              17. The Literary Digest
                , May 12, 1917, p. 1411 - PDF
              18. Foreign Comment 
                The Literary Digest
                , September 29, 1917, p. 17 - PDF