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Alfred E. Smith • 30 Items / 4 Books, 25 Articles, 1 Review
Up to Now: An Autobiography (1929)
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    American Government and Constitutional Law (Review)
    Up to Now: An Autobiography, by Alfred E. Smith
    1. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    American Political Science Review, February 1930, p. 212
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    "Up from the City Streets" (Review)
    Up to Now: An Autobiography, by Alfred E. Smith
    1. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    The Nation, November 27, 1929, p. 629
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    The Boy from Oliver Street (Review)
    Up to Now: An Autobiography, by Alfred E. Smith
    1. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    The Saturday Review, October 12, 1929, p. 229
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    Americans All (3 Reviews)
    Hanna, by Thomas Beer
    1. Hanna by Thomas Beer
    2. The Peerless Leader: William Jennings Bryan by Paxton Hibben
    3. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    The Outlook, December 4, 1929, p. 549
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    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    Carry Nation, by Herbert Asbury
    1. Carry Nation by Herbert Asbury
    2. The Good Companions by J.B. Priestley
    3. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    4. Dr. Krasinski's Secret by M.P. Shiel
    5. Hansine Solstad by Peter Egge
    6. The Dance of the Machines by Edward J. O'Brien
    7. They Still Sing of Love by Sigmund Gottfried Spaeth
    8. Class of 1902 by Ernst Glaeser
    9. The Saleslady by Frances R. Donovan
    The Forum, December 1929
  6. The Library
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    American Worthies (15 Reviews)
    John Brown: The Making of a Martyr, by Robert Penn Warren
    1. John Brown: The Making of a Martyr by Robert Penn Warren
    2. Thomas Jefferson: The Apostle of Americanism by Gilbert Chinard
    3. The Peerless Leader: William Jennings Bryan by Paxton Hibben
    4. Abraham Lincoln: The Politician and the Man by Raymond Holden
    5. Lincoln and His Wife's Home Town by William H. Townsend
    6. Jefferson Davis: His Rise And Fall by Allen Tate
    7. The Raven by Marquis James
    8. George Harvey by George Fletcher Johnson
    9. Emma Willard: Daughter of Democracy by Alma Lutz
    10. Commodore David Porter, 1780-1843 by Archibald Douglas Turnbull
    11. Up to Now: An Autobiography by Alfred E. Smith
    12. Johns Hopkins: A Silhouette by Helen Hopkins Thom
    13. The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge by Calvin Coolidge
    14. Hanna by Thomas Beer
    15. George Washington by Shelby Little
    The American Mercury, January 1930, pp. 122-124