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Walter Lippmann • 220 Items / 35 Books, 160 Articles, 24 Reviews
A Preface to Morals (1929)
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Published Reviews
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    A Varied Shelf (Review)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    The Bookman, June 1929, p. 444
  2. Books
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    Morals, in Three Parts (Review)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    Commonweal, June 12, 1929, p. 162
  3. Opinions About Books
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    Modern Stoicism (Review)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    The Forum, July 1929
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    A Popular Moralist (Review)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    The Nation, August 7, 1929, p. 148
  5. Reviews of Books
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    An Antidote to Despair (Review)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    The New Republic, July 10, 1929, p. 210
  6. The Library
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    Man and the Universe (2 Reviews)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    2. Mid-Channel: An American Chronicle by Ludwig Lewisohn
    The American Mercury, July 1929, p. 379
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    Religion's Voice (8 Reviews)
    A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann
    1. A Preface to Morals by Walter Lippmann
    2. Truths to Live By by J. Elliot Ross
    3. Religion Lends a Hand by James Myers
    4. Robbing Youth of Its Religion by James F. Halliday
    5. The Primitive Church by Burnett Hillman Streeter
    6. Ways of Sharing with Other Faiths by Daniel J. Fleming
    7. Religion and the Modern Mind by Charles C. Cooper
    8. Whither Christianity by Lynn Harold Hough
    The Outlook, December 18, 1929, p. 631