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Woodrow Wilson, Presidential Possibility
by Isaac F. Marcosson, pp. 3-13 -
The New Era in Our Relations with Latin America
by Judson C. Welliver, pp. 14-22 -
by Henry K. Pendleton, pp. 23-29 -
The World's Debt to the Radical
by Robert L. Gray, pp. 30-35 -
The Great Boo Handicap
by Samuel Scoville, Jr., pp. 36-40 -
The Mantle of Red Evans
by Hugh Pendexter, pp. 41-48 -
by Louis Joseph Vance, pp. 49-65 -
, pp. 66-67 -
The Perquisites of Public Life
by Irvin S. Cobb, pp. 68-74 -
Famous Affinities of History
by Lyndon Orr, pp. 75-82 -
XXXIV---Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Leicester
The Rockefeller Institute
by Walter Prichard Eaton, pp. 83-92 -
, pp. 93-97 -
Some Women Learn---Mrs. Hewitt Did
by Jane Boyd Robinson, pp. 98-102 -
Counsel for the Defense
by Leroy Scott, pp. 103-116 -
, pp. 117-128 -
, pp. 129-138 -
His Great Play
by George Middleton, pp. 139-145 -
The Conquest of Josie
by Thomas L. Masson, p. 146 -
, pp. 146-147 -
by Horatio Winslow, pp. 148-149 -
by Gordon Johnstone, pp. 150-151 -
The Sustaining Promise
by William Hugo Pabke, pp. 152-153 -
Pearl of the Crossroads
by Frederick Briggs, pp. 154-157 -
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