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Ferdinand Lundberg • 27 Items / 7 Books, 19 Articles, 1 Review
America's Sixty Families (1937)
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Published Reviews
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    Wealth Against Society (Review)
    America's Sixty Families, by Ferdinand Lundberg
    1. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    The Nation, January 22, 1938, pp. 102-103
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    Golden Dynasties (Review)
    America's Sixty Families, by Ferdinand Lundberg
    1. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    The New Masses, January 25, 1938, pp. 22-23
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    Our Reigning Families (Review)
    America's Sixty Families, by Ferdinand Lundberg
    1. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    The New Republic, December 29, 1937, p. 233
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    Fortunes Under Fire (Review)
    America's Sixty Families, by Ferdinand Lundberg
    1. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    The Saturday Review, November 27, 1937, p. 10
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    Capitalism, American Style (2 Reviews)
    America's Sixty Families, by Ferdinand Lundberg
    1. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    2. The Folklore of Capitalism by Thurman W. Arnold
    The Partisan Review, March 1938, pp. 50-53
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    Books (4 Reviews)
    Serenade, by James M. Cain
    1. Serenade by James M. Cain
    2. This Is Our World by Paul B. Sears
    3. Divided We Stand by Walter Prescott Webb
    4. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    Scribners, February 1938, pp. 73-75
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    Briefly Noted (15 Reviews)
    General
    1. Forbidden Journey: From Peking to Kashmir by Ella K. Maillart
    2. The Scene Changes by Basil Thomson
    3. Midas of Rockies by Frank Waters
    4. Brisbane: A Candid Biography by Oliver Carlson
    5. Selected Writings of Thomas de Quincey by Philip Van Doren Stern and Thomas de Quincey
    6. The Man Who Was Chesterton by Raymond T. Bond and G.K. Chesterton
    7. Background of War by The Editors of Fortune
    8. The Old South: Struggles for Democracy by William E. Dodd
    9. Speak for Yourself by Alan Marshall
    10. Free Speech and Plain Language by Albert Jay Nock
    11. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    12. Augustus by John Buchan
    13. Men, Women and Tenors by Frances Alda
    14. The Romance of Textiles by Ethel Lewis
    15. West Indian Odyssey by Charles B. Parmer
    The New Yorker, October 30, 1937, p. 95