American Mercury 1936–1943

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The American Mercury August 1939

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Beware the Third Termites! Eugene Lyons Shall we Annex Texas? Owen P. White The Headmaster Murder Mystery, by Harland Manchester Stewart H. Holbrook on the Elegant Life of the Steel Barons Nathan Schachner on Ethan Allen Albert Jay Nock on America's Too Public Libraries Stuart Shaw reports that...

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The American Mercury May 1939

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Little Jack Garner; Russia's Role in Spain, by Irving Pflaum Robert B. Hotz on the End of Liechtenstein A Southerner Likes the North, by William Edgerton Charles Francis Portier has Fun Among the Fundamentalists Requiem for the League of Nations, by Reginald Wright Kauffman Americana; Open...

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The American Mercury April 1939

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Our Totalitarian Liberals - Editorial Charles A. Beard says "We're Blundering Into War" Ernest Sutherland Bates on The Puritan Mathers Clay Osborne identifies America's Number One Fool Thomas Wolfe, Portrait of a Literary Critic: A Satire Thoughts on Current Discontents, By H.L...

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The American Mercury October 1937

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How I Became a Fascist The Myth of the Two-Gun Man, by Charles B. Roth How the WPA Buys Votes, by Gordon Carroll Albert Jay Nock on the Packing of Hugo Black Fallacies About Your Health, by August M. Thomen The Disarmament Hoax, by Flether Pratt; Americana Open Forum; Book Reviews; and more

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The American Mercury June 1939

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Father Coughlin: Holy Medicine Man, by John McCarten Germany Can't Win! by George Fielding Eliot Robert Corey on Elliott Roosevelt, the President's Problem Child Negroes Reject Communism, by George S. Schuyler Education for Ward Heelers, by Will Irwin College Men and the State, by Albert...

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The American Mercury May 1937

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The Autocrat vs. the Constitution by Albert Jay Nock Harold Lord Varney on the Red Road to War H.W. Seaman say's we are Coronation Crazy Sexual Freedom Today by Havelock Ellis Robert Bryon talks about the Cost of Communism Eugene Pharo on Mother's Day A Publisher tells us How to Pick a Best...

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The American Mercury March 1937

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Gordon Carroll on the Case History of a Strike The Vanishing American Male, by Stewart H. Holbrook Duncan Aikman on the Fad of Devil-Baiting Albert Jay Knock on Free Speech Book Preview: The Real Soviet Russia by Leon Trotsky Why Canadians Dislike Us, by Richard W. Scott The Rat, by Alan Devoe and...

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The American Mercury November 1936

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Channing Pollack says America Doesn't Give a Damn More Pay for College Football Stars, by John R. Tunis Harrison Reeves on the Birth Control Industry Donald R. Richberg on Enemies of the New Deal Nicholas Roosevelt on Franklin Delano Roosevelt Albert Jay Nock says The State Can Do No Wrong...

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The American Mercury February 1937

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Russia's Private War in Spain, by Lawrence Dennis Portrait of Walter Winchell, Henry F. Pringle The Bogus Era of Good Feeling, by Albert Jay Nock Oregon's Secret Love Cult, by Stewart H. Holbrook Twenty Grand Apiece, Edward Anderson Horse and Buggy Days, Della T. Lutes The American Future,...

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The American Mercury November 1937

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The United Affront, by Ernest Boyd Philip McKee on the High Cost of Dying Propaganda from the White House, by Gordon Carroll J.L. Brown on the Crime of Being a Witness An ex-farmers says "To Hell with Farming" The State of the Union, by Albert Jay Nock Open Forum, Americana, and more...

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