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The North American Review
, August 1899 Issue
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The Woman's International Parliament
by The Countess of Aberdeen, pp. 145-153 -
The International Congress of Women
by Kassandra Vivaria, pp. 154-164 -
The Paramount Power of the Pacific
by John Barrett, pp. 165-192 -
The Case Against Christian Science
by W.A. Purrington, pp. 193-209 -
by Joseph D. Sayers, pp. 210-217 -
Japan a Entry into the Family of Nations
by T.R. Jernigan, pp. 218-226 -
The Zionist Movement
by Richard Gottheil, pp. 227-236 -
Athletics for Politicians
by Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, pp. 237-250 -
The Censorship of the Stage in England
by G. Bernard Shaw, pp. 251-262 -
A Century of Salons and Academies
by Elizabeth Robins Pennell, pp. 263-272 -
Girls' Novels in France
by Yetta Blaze de Bury, pp. 273-284 -
The Pleasures of Poverty
by Max O'Rell, pp. 285-288 -
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