The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry


32 pages. Features: Fun photos of children inside front cover; Debt - Our Biggest National Industry/Money - Our Most Costly Commodity - Can the Price of Money Be Decreased?; The Backstage Story of the Marion Talley Drama - article with photo; Morality That Was First Military - army commanders long ago discovered principles now claimed by pacifists; Where the People of the British Isles Came From; Books That Started the Bells Ringing; Henry Ford's Page - Businessmen are leaders of social movements; Editorials - the McNary-Haugen Bill is vetoed, Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver advocates trial marriage, Madame Schumann-Heink denies endorsing a cigarette (being aimed at women); Skiing in the Bavarian Alps; Paid - A Billion Dollars for Beauty - Sleuths of Science Still on the Trail of Elixir of Youth; Benjamin Franklin as an Abolitionist - fascinating article; Intimate Glimpses of Elbert Hubbard - photo-illustrated article; Chats with Office Callers; I Read in the Papers; News Bits; Nice dog/puppy photos inside back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. Bonus: Blank 8.5" x 5.5" subscription renewal form laid-in.

Title: The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, March (Mar.) 12, 1927: Debt - Our Biggest National Industry

Author Name: Laket, Henry; Stidger, William L.; Colby, Captain Elbridge; Jenks, Albert Ernest; Bacon, Irving R.; Colman, Edna M.; Mac Farland, Alice; Beckman, James W.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Economics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1927

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 838G4935

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