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The North American Review
, September 1926 Issue
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by Rev. William Adams Brown, D.D., pp. 406-419 -
Control of the Liquor Traffic
by Reginald E. Hose, pp. 420-432 -
Murder on the Rails
by "Engineer", pp. 433-439 -
by Archibald D. Turnbull, pp. 440-455 -
My Kingdom for a Cayuse
by Burges Johnson, pp. 456-465 -
by Mrs. William Lowell Putnam, pp. 466-470 -
William Short, Jefferson's Only "Son"
by Marie Goebel Kimball, pp. 471-486 -
The Case of Hungary's War Guilt
by Ernest Ludwig, pp. 487-497 -
The New Leisure
by Cornelia James Cannon, pp. 498-506 -
by H. Phelps Putnam, p. 507 -
by Jeannette Marks, pp. 508-509 -
Pity the Great
by Mary Sinton Leitch, p. 510 -
Francesco De Sanctis
by William A. Drake, pp. 511-520 -
by Stark Young, pp. 521-530 -
by Mary Sargent Potter, pp. 531-533 -
New Books Reviewed
Abstractions of Philosophy
by Philip Whitwell Wilson, pp. 534-540 -
Human Experience, by R.B. Haldane
by R.B. Haldane
Facts and Progress
by Clarence H. Gaines, pp. 541-547 -
Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, by R.H. Tawney, ...
A Study in New England Romance
by John Hunter Sedgwick, pp. 548-550 -
East Wind, by Amy Lowell
by Amy Lowell
Legois's English Literature
by Willis Fletcher Johnson, pp. 551-555 -
A History of English Literature, by Emile H. Legouis, Louis Cazamian
A History of English Literature
by Emile H. Legouis and Louis Cazamian
Some Recent French Novels
by Georges Lechartier, pp. 556-560 -
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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