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Scott Nearing • 239 Items / 45 Books, 189 Articles, 5 Reviews
Educational Frontiers (1925)
A Book About Simon Nelson Patten and Other Teachers
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Published Reviews
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    Educational Frontiers, by Scott Nearing
    1. Educational Frontiers by Scott Nearing
    The Bookman, November 1925, p. 351
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    A Great Teacher (Review)
    Educational Frontiers, by Scott Nearing
    1. Educational Frontiers by Scott Nearing
    The Saturday Review, January 9, 1926, p. 480
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    The Educational Frontiersman (2 Reviews)
    Educational Frontiers, by Scott Nearing
    1. Educational Frontiers by Scott Nearing
    2. Education in Soviet Russia by Scott Nearing
    The New Republic, April 14, 1926, p. 229
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    Check List of New Books (6 Reviews)
    Quackery, Education, Travel
    1. The Medical Follies by Morris Fishbein
    2. Proceedings Against Lewis C. Strang by Lewis C. Strang
    3. The Correction of Speech Defects by Helen M. Peppard
    4. Educational Frontiers by Scott Nearing
    5. My African Neighbors by Hans Coudenhove
    6. The Gay City by Arthur Phillips
    The American Mercury, November 1925
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    Books in Brief (7 Reviews)
    The Genesis of the Constitution of the United States of America, by Breckinridge Long
    1. The Genesis of the Constitution of the United States of America by Breckinridge Long
    2. Creative Oxford: Its Influence in Victorian Literature by William Skinkle Knickerbocker
    3. Carlyle on Cromwell and Others, 1837-1848 by David Alec Wilson
    4. The Nobel Prize Winners in Literature by Annie Russell Marble
    5. Russia by Nicholas Makeev and Valentine O'Hara
    6. Norway by Geoffrey M. Gathorne-Hardy
    7. Educational Frontiers by Scott Nearing
    The Nation, May 5, 1926, p. 509