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"Those who are familiar with life in Palestine, where the feeling between Moslem and Christian and Jew is perhaps more intense than in any other land, are fully cognizant that this scheme for a Jewish state not only accentuates and increases the animosities that have always existed, but invites another tragic chapter in the history of the Hebrews."
Our Dearest Antipathies
Why do groups of human beings persist in hating one another for no apparent reason?
Blind: A Story of These Times
The Traditions of European Literature From Homer to Dante
The Making of the Reparation and Economic Sections of the Treaty
Bolshevism: Practice and Theory
The Menace of New Privilege
'To Counsel the Doubtful'
What's the Matter With New York?
Plantation Pictures: I. Certain Northern Notions
Amenities of Bookselling
Waste: The Story of a Sweet Little Girl
An Echo From Horace
The Fuel Problem
The Basis of Beauty
The Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen
A New Movement in Education
Juvenile Court Sketches: I. The Bully
Sos--Europe to America
Women and Machines
Peace and Pessimism
On Being a Landlord
The Contributors' Column
The Atlantic's Bookshelf
A Cycle of Adams Letters, 1861-1865
The Life of Joseph Hodges Choate as Gathered Chiefly From His Letters