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    • May 1935 Issue - 14 Articles
    • Correspondence, pp. 2-8
      The Editor entertains some men of letters
    • Voting Strength, p. 9
    • The World in Five Spheres, p. 10
      Eddies beside the main stream in newspapers, books, radio, stage and screen
    • Our Worst Monopoly, pp. 11-16
      Yardsticks used against privately owned utilities are turned on Government
    • Ickes's OGPU, pp. 17-21
      First inside story of the 600 who keep money-grabbers from billions spent on relief
    • Our Cuban Nightmare, pp. 22-26
      An Indian guards the open door between the United States and South America
    • Nothing Shall Be Free, pp. 27-30
      How far may one industry trespass on another in the name of service?
    • The Exhibitor Says "No", pp. 31-36
      Films are shown in more schools, churches and clubs than theatres
    • A Curb for the Roadside, pp. 37-41
      Curse for the competition of highway markets and dealers in town
    • The Forgotten Dollar, p. 42
      Owned by the man in debt, cut by credit charges---and it can't recover
    • Men of Comics, pp. 43-47
      More "personal-graphs" of the artists who draw the newspaper's most popular feature
    • Death Comes for the Liberals, pp. 48-52
      Startling side-lights on pending laws against enemy aliens
    • The Economic War, pp. 53-54
      One nation's loss is another's gain in the unceasing struggle for world trade
    • Talk of the Nation, pp. 55-64
      There is some good in all things though it be only laughter to lift our spirits on the way