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"Gandhi has awakened the national consciousness in a way that no other man could awaken it; at the same time, he has unloosed forces that he is unable to control."
The Modern Ku Klux Klan
A former Mississippi senator condemned the reemergent hate group in the aftermath of World War I.
Lighting the Dark Continent
The Russian Revolution in a Rural Community
The Blood of the Martyrs
Seven Hours in Rome
The Delectable Mountains
Books as They Are Read
On Giving Away One's Photograph
Sermons in Symphonies
The Contributors' Column
The Æsthetics of Conservatism
A Family Matter
Facing the Issue: Two Prison Chaplains
Noah's Wife: Or, What's in a Name?
The Twenty-Four-Hour Shift: A Chapter in Steel. Iii
Shall We Abandon the Gold Standard?
The Bible Quilt
The Quare Women: Iii. The Fourth of July
Osteopathy, Chiropractic, and the Profession of Medicine
Phineas Taylor Barnum
India in Ferment
The Iron Man in Industry
The Vehement Flame
The Ninth Vibration
If/the Image and Four Other Plays
The Atlantic's Bookshelf
Memoirs of the Crown Prince of Germany
The Great Adventure at Washington: The Story of the Conference