Barner, Harry E.; Chase, Daniel; Hogue, Richard W.; Beck, J. W.; Colvin, Milton; Warren, Austin; Stolberg, Benjamin; Anderson, G. N.
March 1929
New Republic;3/6/29, Vol. 58 Issue 744, p72
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Review of the book "The Elements of Crime," by Boris Brasol; Treatment of the progressives in the U.S. Senate; Discussion on the McNary-Haugen Bill.


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