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June 30, 1956
The Office and the Man
, p. 541
by Carey McWilliams, pp. 542-545
Soviet Legal Reforms
by Harold J. Berman, pp. 546-548
View From Tangier
by Paul Bowles, pp. 549-551
Books and the Arts
The Art of Re-Forming History
by William A. Williams, p. 552
The Age of Reform, by Richard Hofstadter
The Age of Reform
by Richard Hofstadter
The Fourth of July
by Howard Nemerov, p. 553
Forster's Act of Gratitude
by Katherine Hoskins, pp. 554-555
Marianne Thornton: A Domestic Biography, 1797-1887, by E.M. Forster
Marianne Thornton: A Domestic Biography, 1797-1887
by E.M. Forster
A Mask of Letters
by Kenneth Rexroth, p. 556
The Letters of Edward Gibbon, 1750-1794, by Jane Elizabeth Norton, Edward Gibbon
The Letters of Edward Gibbon, 1750-1794
by Jane Elizabeth Norton and Edward Gibbon
Prose and Verse of Japan
by Thomas C. Smith, p. 556
Anthology of Japanese Literature, Vol. I, by Donald Keene
Anthology of Japanese Literature, Vol. I
by Donald Keene
Books in Brief: Fine Arts
by S. Lane Faison, p. 557
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the Sculptor of the Roman Ba..., by Rudolf Wittkower, ...
Theatre in Germany
by Harold Clurman, p. 557
by Anne W. Langman, p. 558
by B.H. Haggin, pp. 559-562
by Frank W. Lewis,
"Race, IQ, and Wealth"
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