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James Truslow Adams, 1931, Is Science a Blind Alley?

James Truslow Adams, 1931, Sweetness and Light – Sixty Years After

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John Jay Chapman, 1916, The Schoolmaster

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André Gide, 1939, Montaigne

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Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1861, Bread and the Newspaper

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Albert Jay Nock, 1928, The Decline of Conversation

Albert Jay Nock, 1928, A Cultural Forecast

Albert Jay Nock, 1932, Pantagruelism

Albert Jay Nock, 1934, Artemus Ward’s America

Albert Jay Nock, 1936, Isaiah’s Job

Albert Jay Nock, 1936, Free Speech and Plain Language

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Agnes Repplier, 1937, Horace

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