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M R. CHILDS' study of the Swedish economy is aptly called "The Middle Way." In finding and establishing the golden

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I N this little book the author of "Look Homeward Angel" and "Of Time and the River" tells us about

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H ERE are three books on war that are eminently worth reading. They are varied in tone and content but

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JOHN REED died of typhus on the seventeenth of October, 1920, and was buried under the Kremlin. "In America the

The Moviegoer

You wouldn't think "Thirteen Hours By Air" would be any good if we told you the story of it. It's

The Crimson Moviegoer

"Follow the Fleet" heads a very good bill at the University Theatre today and tomorrow. The Irving Berlin music, sung

The Crimson Bookshelf

T HE SUBJECT of the men who conduct and their orchestras is both intriguing and dangerous. The fascinations surrounding a


A GREAT DEAL of carping has been done about the inaccuracies of fact in Lucius Beebe's charming picture of Boston

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F. I. Shaffner, Instructor in Economics and Tutor in the Division of History, Government and Economics, has published his study