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    The Sciences
    1. A Course in Philosophy by George Perrigo Conger
    2. Man and His Affairs by Walter N. Polakov
    3. Ethics: In Theory and Application by Horatio W. Dresser
    4. Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History by J. Vendryes
    The American Mercury
    , July 1925 - PDF
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    Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History, by J. Vendryes
    1. Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History by J. Vendryes
    The American Historical Review
    , July 1922, pp. 772-773 - PDF
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    Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History, by J. Vendryes
    1. Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History by J. Vendryes
    The New Republic
    , April 8, 1925, pp. 191-193
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    Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History, by J. Vendryes
    1. Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History by J. Vendryes
    The Saturday Review
    , September 12, 1925, p. 118 - PDF