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    • June 1935 Issue - 15 Articles
    • Correspondence, pp. 2-8
      More interesting letters to the Editor
    • Sanity, p. 9
      A Guest Editorial
    • The World in Five Spheres, p. 10
      Newspapers, books, radio, stage and screen offer real clues to the nation's thinking
    • Europe Buys In, pp. 11-15
      Five years more of the deflated dollar may mean overseas control of our industries
    • A Hail from Selassie, pp. 16-20
      Will Italy's threat to the Nile bring England to the rescue of Ethiopia?
    • Where End the Short Lines?, pp. 21-24
      New nationalization plans ignore 570 small railroads
    • Cultivating the Knowledge Crop, pp. 25-28
      Lyceums and forums arise again the meet a popular demand
    • Men Who Keep the Peace, pp. 29-34
      "Personal-graphs" of the diplomats who pull the strings in European affairs
    • The Doctor Sees Double, pp. 35-37
      Two thousand new Ph.D.'s face a dull future writing useless information
    • The Fight for Statehood, pp. 38-40
      Nations battle for land while Uncle Sam won't let territories come in
    • Scandal in the Mails, pp. 41-46
      Part Two in an examination of the Post Office as "our worse Monopoly"
    • Mentioned in Passing, p. 47
      It is a national calamity to lose one law-abiding self-supporting citizen
    • The Economic War, pp. 48-49
      The devalued dollar plays havoc with markets around the world
    • Return of the Iron Deer, pp. 50-54
      America is settling down to the beginning of a new Victorian Age
    • Talk of the Nation, pp. 55-64
      Maybe you haven't heard the one about the gas company, the tailor and the disappearing ...