In This Issue
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The Future of Religion in China
"What is Christianity in China today? To some, a regeneration. To some, a newer and better doctrine. To some, merely one faith among many. To some, one more insidious Western influence. But to all, the fruit and symbol of a civilization."
“The outstanding events of the year in America have been few … The Prohibition Amendment became effective in January, and the Woman Suffrage Amendment in August.”
The National Genius
The Schoolma'am of Sandy Ridge
The Broken Bow
Who's Got the Button?
Harvard Calm and Henry Adams
A Parish Minister's Declaration of Independence
What Is the Reason?
Children's Garland. Ii
Is a Pig a Person?
On Duty. Iii
Behind the Double Doors
Golfing Versus Farming
The Atlantic's Bookshelf
The Outline of History, Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind
The Frontier in American History
The Americanization of Edward Bok
Margot Asquith: An Autobiography
Shadow-Shapes: The Journal of a Wounded Woman, October, 1918-May, 1920
Main Street: The Story of Carol Kennicott