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What Shall We Do With the Conquered Islands?
by Senator John T. Morgan, pp. 641-649 -
The Officering and Arming of Volunteers
by James Parker#2, pp. 650-659 -
Free Libraries and the Community
by Herbert Putnam, pp. 660-672 -
Should an Income Tax be Re-established
by Hon. Geo. S. Boutwell, pp. 673-677 -
Some Aspects of Courage
by F. Foster, pp. 678-685 -
Spain's Political Future
by Hannis Taylor, pp. 686-696 -
Literary Life in London
by W.H. Rideing, pp. 697-707 -
The Enfranchisement of Korea
by Homer B. Hulbert, pp. 708-715 -
Carrying Trade of the Great Lakes
by Allan Hendricks, pp. 716-728 -
Which Shall Dominate---Saxon or Slav?
by David Mills, pp. 729-739 -
Recollections of the Civil War
by Sir William Howard Russell, pp. 740-750 -
The Pulpit and the War
by Edgar Gardner Murphy, p. 751 -
Rehabilitated upper Chambers
by Edward Porritt, pp. 752-754 -
Our Export of Corn
by John M. Stahl, pp. 755-756 -
The Sweating System
by Francis J. Clay Moran, pp. 757-758 -
Strategical Value of the Philippines
by Truxtun Beale, pp. 759-760 -
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