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  1. Amenities from a Hospital Pallet
    The Nation, March 7, 1934, p. 275
  2. Armed Rebellion on the Right
    The Nation, August 7, 1937, pp. 146-147
  3. Babes in the Hoover Wood
    The Nation, July 2, 1930, p. 13
  4. Balanced and Unbalanced
    Congress, Press, and Parties Face the Budget
    The Nation, April 13, 1932, pp. 420-421
  5. The Battle Lines Are Drawn
    The Nation, June 25, 1938, p. 715
  6. Behind the Dies Intrigue
    The Nation, November 12, 1938, p. 499
  7. Big Business Cries for Help
    The Nation, March 1, 1933, p. 227
  8. The Big Show in Washington
    The Nation, November 6, 1929, p. 518
  9. A Bill To Promote Dictatorship
    The Nation, March 12, 1938, p. 291
  10. The Bishop's Challenge
    The Nation, June 18, 1930, p. 701
  11. The Blue Eagle Meets Bad Weather
    The Nation, September 27, 1933, p. 348
  12. Boulder Dam Dynamite
    The Nation, February 12, 1930, pp. 173-174
  13. "Brother Charley"
    The Nation, October 22, 1924, pp. 442-443
  14. Buying California for Hoover
    The Nation, October 26, 1932, pp. 392-393
  15. California's Blackshirts
    The Nation, August 6, 1938, p. 122
  16. Chiselers at Work and at Play
    The Nation, February 7, 1934, p. 154
  17. The Company Roosevelt Keeps
    The Nation, February 15, 1933, p. 171
  18. Congress Studies Relief
    The Nation, January 18, 1933, pp. 59-60
  19. Congress Takes a Holiday
    The Nation, July 3, 1929, p. 13
  20. Congressional Fade-Out
    The Nation, June 18, 1938, p. 689
  21. "Continental Defense"
    The Nation, November 26, 1938, p. 556
  22. The Crazy Democrats
    The Nation, March 16, 1932, p. 303
  23. Crisis in the NRA
    The Nation, April 4, 1934, p. 383
  24. The Crisis Reaches Washington
    The Nation, January 20, 1932, p. 66
  25. A Cross-Section of Washington
    The Nation, April 9, 1930, p. 419
  26. The Darrow Report
    The Nation, May 30, 1934, p. 611
  27. Debts, Beer, and Other Troubles
    The Nation, December 7, 1932, p. 557
  28. Democracy at Work
    The Nation, March 2, 1932, pp. 251-252
  29. Eocnomics for Congressmen
    The Nation, December 10, 1938, p. 613
  30. F.D.R. Under Two Flags
    The Nation, February 5, 1938, p. 147
  31. F.H. La Guardia
    The Nation, November 1, 1933, p. 503
  32. Fascism Hits Washington
    The Nation, August 27, 1938, p. 198
  33. Fascism---American Style
    The Nation, March 26, 1938, p. 347
  34. The Fight on Spending
    The Nation, April 23, 1938, p. 459
  35. Filibusters and Futility
    The Nation, February 1, 1933, pp. 18-104
  36. Food and Drink in Washington
    The Nation, February 11, 1931, p. 150
  37. Food, Drink, and Politics
    The Nation, July 20, 1932, p. 54
  38. The Future of Democracy
    The Nation, November 21, 1928, pp. 540-541
  39. Government Without Congress
    The Nation, July 5, 1933, p. 11
  40. The Great Stampede
    The Nation, June 21, 1933, pp. 693-694
  41. The Greatest Managing Editor
    The Nation, August 13, 1938, p. 142
  42. Happy Ending
    The Nation, November 23, 1932, p. 504
  43. Heaven Goes Republican
    The Nation, March 30, 1932, p. 368
  44. Articles
    "Hell and Maria"
    The Outlook, May 2, 1928, pp. 3-5
  45. High Science at Washington
    The Nation, January 14, 1931, pp. 39-40
  46. The Honeymoon Is Over
    The Nation, April 12, 1933, p. 395
  47. Hooking Henry Ford
    The Nation, July 16, 1938, p. 62
  48. Hoover and the Press
    The Nation, October 14, 1931, pp. 382-383
  49. The Hoover Hippodrome
    The Nation, March 12, 1930, pp. 293-294
  50. Hoover Suffers in the House
    The Nation, March 11, 1931, p. 268
  51. Hoover's Washington
    The Nation, December 4, 1929, pp. 660-661
  52. "Hot News" from Washington
    The Nation, February 6, 1929, pp. 159-160
  53. The House of Morgan
    With Comment on Its Retainers In and Out of Congress
    The Nation, June 7, 1933, pp. 632-633
  54. The Hughes Rebellion
    The Nation, February 26, 1930, p. 238
  55. Huston Stays On
    The Nation, July 30, 1930, p. 119
  56. If the Supreme Court Objects
    The Nation, July 19, 1933, p. 64
  57. Illness and Recovery
    The Nation, October 25, 1933, p. 481
  58. In Defense of Congress
    The Nation, June 28, 1933, pp. 720-722
  59. Insulting the Catholics
    The Nation, September 14, 1932, p. 230
  60. Investigate Mr. Dies!
    The Nation, November 5, 1938, p. 471
  61. Is Uncle Same "Going Native"
    The Nation, January 6, 1932, pp. 13-14
  62. [+]
    It's All in "Mein Kampf" (Review)
    Mein Kampf, by Adolf Hitler
    1. Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
    The Nation, October 8, 1938, p. 343
  63. "Jim" Reed: Himself
    The North American Review, April 1928, pp. 394-400
  64. Johnson and the Freedom of the Press
    The Nation, August 30, 1933, pp. 234-235
  65. Johnson for President?
    The Nation, February 3, 1932, p. 139
  66. Jolts for the NRA
    The Nation, November 22, 1933, p. 595
  67. La Follette Pulls His Punches
    The Nation, August 20, 1938, p. 170
  68. La Follette's Bid for Power
    The Nation, May 7, 1938, p. 524
  69. The Lame Ducks Meet
    The Nation, December 21, 1932, p. 610
  70. Lame-Duck Diplomats
    The Nation, January 15, 1930, p. 66
  71. Let Gannett Explain
    The Nation, April 2, 1938, p. 375
  72. The Loaded Dies Committee
    The Nation, October 29, 1938, p. 443
  73. Lydia Pinkham and Other Washingtonians
    The Nation, December 20, 1933, pp. 699-700
  74. Mainly About Publishers
    The Nation, May 16, 1934, p. 559
  75. Marquis Childs and Justice Black
    The Nation, May 21, 1938, p. 579
  76. The Money Changers Linger
    The Nation, March 29, 1933, pp. 339-340
  77. The Moronic Conventions
    The Nation, June 22, 1932, pp. 697-698
  78. Mourning Becomes Herbert
    The Nation, September 28, 1932, p. 280
  79. Mr. Anderson in a Tender Mood
    The Nation, April 18, 1934, p. 443
  80. Mr. Anderson's Last Stand
    The Nation, June 13, 1934, p. 669
  81. Mr. Hoover Must Face the Music
    The Nation, January 9, 1929, pp. 37-38
  82. Mr. Hoover's Last Mile
    The Nation, November 9, 1932, p. 447
  83. Mr. Madden and Mr. Burke
    The Nation, February 12, 1938, p. 175
  84. New Year's Gifts for the NRA
    The Nation, January 3, 1934, p. 17
  85. The Noble Paper and Power Trust
    The Nation, May 15, 1929, p. 583
  86. The NRA Speeds Up
    The Nation, August 16, 1933, p. 181
  87. NRA: Pin Pricks and Brickbats
    The Nation, September 13, 1933, pp. 290-291
  88. Of Purges and Splurges
    The Nation, July 9, 1938, p. 34
  89. Oh, Poor Mr. Mellon!
    The Nation, February 20, 1929, pp. 225-226
  90. Old Joe's Senate
    The Nation, March 26, 1930, p. 358
  91. On With the New in Washington?
    The Nation, March 20, 1929, p. 340
  92. "Peace"---Abroad and At Home
    The Nation, October 22, 1938, p. 399
  93. Pity the Poor Tariff
    The Nation, November 20, 1929, pp. 579-580
  94. Plots and Counterplots
    The Nation, June 4, 1930, pp. 650-651
  95. Political Prostitution
    The Nation, March 25, 1931, p. 326
  96. Politics, Purity, and Pelf
    The Nation, April 23, 1930, p. 485
  97. Politics---Twenty-Four Hours a Day
    The Nation, May 25, 1932, pp. 595-596
  98. The Power Trust Wins Again
    The Nation, July 16, 1930, p. 66
  99. Power-Company Morals
    The Nation, September 10, 1938, p. 238
  100. The President Goes Into Action
    The Nation, April 3, 1929, p. 394
  101. President Hoover's Record
    IX. Hoover the Politician
    The Nation, August 19, 1931, pp. 175-176
  102. Presidential Possibilities
    VIII. Texas John Garner
    The Nation, April 20, 1932, pp. 465-466
  103. The Profiteers Move Up
    The Nation, March 5, 1938, p. 263
  104. Prohibition and Politics
    The Nation, January 29, 1930, p. 119
  105. The Radio Corporation in the News
    The Nation, January 1, 1930, pp. 9-10
  106. The Radio Trust Gets the Air!
    The Nation, June 26, 1929, pp. 758-759
  107. Recovery Hits a Bad Week
    The Nation, October 11, 1933, p. 402
  108. Reorganization and Bunk
    The Nation, April 9, 1938, p. 406
  109. Republican Handsprings
    The Nation, August 31, 1932, pp. 188-189
  110. Republicans, Neutrality---and Azaleas
    The Nation, April 30, 1938, p. 494
  111. Roosevelt Must Fight!
    The Nation, April 16, 1938, p. 431
  112. Roosevelt Turns Left
    The Nation, August 2, 1933, p. 120
  113. Roosevelt Woos the Progressives
    The Nation, October 12, 1932, p. 331
  114. Roosevelt's New Bandwagon
    The Nation, May 14, 1938, p. 551
  115. Sacred Bulls and Sinister Bears
    The Nation, May 11, 1932, pp. 538-539
  116. The Sacred Ointment
    The Nation, March 24, 1926, p. 310
  117. The Sacred Radio Trust
    The Nation, December 18, 1929, pp. 743-744
  118. Sad Death of a Hero
    The American Mercury, March 1936, pp. 293-301
  119. The Scandal in Oil
    The New Republic, February 6, 1924, pp. 277-278
  120. Shoebuttons for Huckleberries
    The Nation, January 4, 1933, p. 9
  121. The Sinclair Jury Explains
    The Nation, May 9, 1928, pp. 535-536
  122. So They Found the Body
    The Nation, February 21, 1934, pp. 219-220
  123. Some Sweet-Smelling Politics
    The Nation, August 3, 1932, p. 102
  124. Spring In Washington
    The Nation, May 2, 1934, p. 500
  125. Strains of Harmony
    The Nation, April 27, 1932, pp. 489-490
  126. The Supreme Court Victory
    The Nation, May 21, 1930, p. 598
  127. Swan Song for Mr. Coolidge
    The Nation, March 6, 1929, pp. 279-280
  128. Tax Scandals and the Farmers
    The Nation, May 1, 1929, p. 531
  129. Teapot and Other Tempests
    The Nation, April 17, 1929, p. 450
  130. Tear-Gas, Bayonets, Votes, and Hoover
    The Nation, August 17, 1932, pp. 138-140
  131. That Third Term
    The Nation, July 23, 1938, p. 82
  132. Things Are Better Than They Seem
    The Nation, December 6, 1933, p. 649
  133. Time Out for Corruption!
    The Nation, November 23, 1927, p. 566
  134. Tips from the Mayflower
    The Nation, January 23, 1929, pp. 100-101
  135. TVA Jitters
    The Nation, March 19, 1938, p. 319
  136. TVA: Not Guilty
    The Nation, September 3, 1938, p. 218
  137. Twelve Good Man and True
    The Nation, January 5, 1927, pp. 9-10
  138. Uncle Andy and His Tax Refunds
    The Nation, December 31, 1930, p. 727
  139. Victory for the NLRB
    The Nation, June 4, 1938, p. 634
  140. Wanted: A Mussolini
    The Nation, July 6, 1932, p. 9
  141. Wanted: Strong Men and Radical Measures
    The Nation, March 15, 1933, p. 286
  142. War is in the Air
    The Nation, February 19, 1938, p. 202
  143. Washington Grinds On
    The Nation, May 7, 1930, p. 538
  144. A Washington Honor Roll
    The Nation, January 28, 1931, pp. 93-94
  145. Washington Madhouse
    The Nation, December 23, 1931, p. 696
  146. Washington Needs More Silver Lining
    The Nation, June 12, 1929, p. 695
  147. Washington News
    The Nation, May 29, 1929, pp. 645-646
  148. The Washington Seesaw
    The Nation, January 24, 1934, p. 101
  149. Washington Side Shows
    The Nation, March 21, 1934, p. 330
  150. Washington Wonderland
    The Nation, December 17, 1930, p. 669
  151. What the Election Means
    The Nation, November 19, 1938, pp. 527-528
  152. "When the Senate's Away---"
    The Nation, August 13, 1930, p. 176
  153. Where Do We Go From Here?
    The Nation, May 24, 1933, p. 581
  154. Where Murder Is Overlooked
    The Nation, July 30, 1938, p. 102
  155. The White House Mysteries
    The Nation, May 10, 1933, p. 521
  156. Who's Court-Packing Now?
    The Nation, December 3, 1938, p. 583
  157. Will Wonders Never Begin?
    The Nation, April 26, 1933, p. 469
  158. Young for President?
    The Nation, February 25, 1931, p. 207
  159. No Items Found