In This Issue
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Is Prohibition of Gas Warfare Feasible?
“It was stated that chemical warfare is ‘a cruel, unfair, and improper use of science.’ The answer to this statement is: ‘So is all warfare.’”
A Glance Toward Shakespeare
Up Stream, an American Chronicle
Europe - Whither Bound?
The So-Called Human Race
Being Born Alike but Different
America and the Opium Trade
India and the Opium Trade
Sir John, Miss Amy, Joseph, and Charles
The Waters of Bethesda
The Quare Women: Ii. Taking the Night
Flapper Americana Novissima
The Open-Hearth Furnace: A Chapter in Steel. Ii
Uan the Fey
Mine Own Familiar Friend
The Atlantic's Bookshelf
The Beautiful and Damned
French Naval Ideas
The Boy and the Pig When the Kings Are Gone
Who Killed the Chaperon?
If Crinoline Came Back
Of Sermons One Would Wish to Have Preached
The Food of the Poets
What Is in Bluebeard's Chamber?
The Contributors' Column