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The Outlook [Fully Readable] -
42 Years, 1,884 Issues, 61,514 Articles, 98,173pp: July 1, 1893 to June 1935

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July 1, 1893 Issue
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The Greater Glory---I., II.
by Maarten Maartens
July 8, 1893 Issue
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Industrial America
I. Work and Wages in Southern Towns
by C.B.S.
July 15, 1893 Issue
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One Side of German Socialism
by Arthur Reed Kimball
July 22, 1893 Issue
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A Centenary of Discovery
by Ernest Ingersoll
July 29, 1893 Issue
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That Extra Dividend
by Edward Everett Hale
August 5, 1893 Issue
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The Financial Crisis
August 12, 1893 Issue
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The Manfield House Settlement
by Percey Alden
August 19, 1893 Issue
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The American College President
by Hamilton W. Mabie
August 26, 1893 Issue
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The Parliament of Religion
by William Pipe
September 2, 1893 Issue
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Criticism as an Educational Force
by Hamilton W. Mabie
September 9, 1893 Issue
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The Dialogues of Plato as Literature
by Hamilton W. Mabie
September 16, 1893 Issue
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Heredity and Circumstances
by Richard T. Ely, Ph.D., LL.D.
September 23, 1893 Issue
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Industrial America
VI. The Silver Mines of Colorado
by C.B.S.
September 30, 1893 Issue
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The Art of Going Without
by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
October 7, 1893 Issue
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The College and the Ministry
by Charles F. Thwing
October 14, 1893 Issue
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What Theosophy Is
by Annie Besant
October 21, 1893 Issue
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The American Board at Worchester
From a Staff Correspondent
October 28, 1893 Issue
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A Journalist on Journalism
An Address
by Charles A. Dana
November 4, 1893 Issue
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How to Reach Men
VII. Adaptability
by Rev. J.K. McLean, D.D.
November 11, 1893 Issue
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Anarchists in Hard Times
by Jno. Gilmer Speed
November 18, 1893 Issue
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The Makers of the Fair
by Willis John Abbot
November 25, 1893 Issue
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The Old-Time New England Sabbat
by Clifton Johnson
December 2, 1893 Issue
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The Armour Institute
by Willis John Abbot
December 9, 1893 Issue
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The Literary Movement in Holland
by William Elliot Griffis
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