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The North American Review
, August 1929 Issue
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Foundations of Prosperity
by Henry Ford and Samuel Crowther, pp. 129-136 -
The Last Man
by John Cowper Powys, p. 137 -
Under the Wall of Chochow
by Ariel L. Varges, pp. 138-144 -
Monogamy and the Motor Car
by Albert Russel Erskine, pp. 145-151 -
The South Is Building
by Charles E. Raynal, pp. 152-154 -
The Stock Superiority Complex
by Lewis H. Haney, pp. 155-161 -
Alms of Obligation
by Arthur Styron, pp. 162-166 -
Our Vanishing Farm Lands
by Hugh H. Bennett, pp. 167-176 -
by Charles Wharton Stork, p. 177 -
Has America a Sense of Humor
by Thomas L. Masson, pp. 178-184 -
The Poor Man in Politics
by Oliver McKee, Jr., pp. 185-192 -
Foot-tracks of a Hedge Priest
by R.P. Harriss, pp. 193-197 -
by Harry Lee, p. 198 -
The Turkish Woman of Today
by Harold Armstrong, pp. 199-205 -
Liberals and the Church
by Selden P. Delany, pp. 206-212 -
by Phyllis Bottome, pp. 213-217 -
Sing All a Green Willow
by Josephine McGill, pp. 218-224 -
by T. Gilbert Parker, pp. 225-228 -
Confessions of a Fire Fan
by Karl W. Detzer, pp. 229-233 -
The Sheep Decide
by Marian Hertha Clarke, pp. 234-237 -
Tar Heel Looks at Virginia
by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 238-243 -
College---Five Years Later
by Don Gordon, pp. 244-248 -
Stuff and Nonsense
by Donald F. Rose, pp. 249-258 -
"Raising American Wages...by Raising American Wages"
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