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If the United States is ever visited by a second Alexis de Tocqueville or another Lord Bryce, he will find

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In the ninety-six years since the publication of their "Manifesto," the school of political economy founded by Karl Marx and

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This man Roosevelt has a miraculous talent for pushing Southern Senators to the verge of frustration. Ever since Jeanette Rankin

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With its December issue, the "Guardian" suspends publication for the duration of the war. That decision, forced upon the editors

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The futilities and the dangers of holding that "social reform can wait until after the war" are amply demonstrated by

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After a year of wartime publishing and a shift in policy, the editors of "Threshold" have decided to devote all

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Historians of American business have consistently elected to follow one of two extreme paths. They have either been disciples of

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Christopher Marlowe wasn't thinking of the Guardian when he remarked in 1588 that one often finds "infinite riches in a

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A visit to the Plymouth sometime in the next few weeks can be justified on the grounds both of entertainment

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Some writers, as representatives of groups whose influence is more than proportionate to their numbers, deserve attention whenever they publish

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With the seventh issue of its regular publication, International Student Service proves that the excellence of its recent copies was

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If you have a friend of the "let's-not-worry-about-peace-until-we-win-the-war" school, Professor Carr's latest work is the best obtainable antidote. If he

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In its final number, the 1941-42 Guardian Board again has wisely chosen the policy of printing articles dealing both with

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Thirty-three months of war have brought forth a stream of books concerned with the problem of reconstructing a shattered Europe.

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Following a rather slow act of 40 minutes of dull wit and duller love making, Noel Coward, with the entrance

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