In This Issue
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The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to Good Books
Fanny Kemble: A Passionate Victorian
Time and Money
March of the Iron Men
Death on the Installment Plan
The Atlantic Bookshelf: Conclusion
A wrap up of book reviews from Edward Weeks
The Taming of Power
An Irishman and a Jew
Letter to a Communist Friend
The Little Black Box
Justice Holmes Defines the Constitution
The Contributors' Column
Daughters of Queen Victoria: Vicky, Alice, and Helena
'More Dogma, Please'
Education of a Publisher
The Development of the Rillswood Estate
Hawaii Counts the Cost
This Then Is Death
Insuring the Future: The Burden of Old-Age Security
The State of the Language: 'For the Ear Trieth Words, as the Mouth Tasteth Meat'