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The North American Review
, June 1894 Issue
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Protection and the Proletariat
by J. Sterling Morton, pp. 641-646 -
Fashion and Intellect
by W.H. Mallock, pp. 647-659 -
What Should a Doctor be Paid?
by W.A. Hammond, pp. 660-667 -
The Political Outlook in England
by Sir Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, pp. 668-678 -
The New York State University
by W.C. Doane, pp. 679-688 -
The Menace of "Coxeyism"
Oliver Otis Howard
, pp. 689-695 -
, pp. 696-700 -
Alvah H. Doty
, pp. 701-705 -
The Modern Girl
by Sarah Grand, pp. 706-715 -
Mexico Under President Diaz
by A. Iturbide, pp. 716-727 -
Our Family Skeleton
by John F. Hume, pp. 728-737 -
Woman Suffrage in Practice
Davis H. Waite
, pp. 738-740 -
, pp. 741-744 -
Bishop Doane and the American Roman Catholics
by Maurice Francis Egan, pp. 745-748 -
The Problem of the Racing Yacht
by G.A. Stewart, pp. 749-750 -
by M.G. Mulhall, pp. 751-753 -
How to Relieve Congress
by Edward Stanwood, pp. 754-756 -
The Cry of the Women
by E. Bisland, pp. 757-758 -
A Tale of Two Capitals
by H.J. Broune, pp. 759-760 -
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