The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman


32 pages. Features: Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the world; Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman

Author Name: Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Law, Psychology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4922

Keywords: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the World,