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  1. America Is Conservative
    The American Mercury, October 1935, pp. 129-134
  2. General Articles
    Andrew Mellon
    The New Republic, March 24, 1926, pp. 135-138
  3. The Battle Lines Are Drawn
    Scribners, September 1932, pp. 135-139
  4. Blundering Through the Campaign
    The Nation, October 17, 1928, pp. 394-395
  5. Charles Michelson
    Scribners, September 1930, pp. 290-295
  6. Coolidge Pro and Con---A Debate
    II---Assailing the President
    The Forum, January 1927, pp. 14-21
  7. Couzens of Michigan
    The American Mercury, May 1927, pp. 48-55
  8. Dawes or Coolidge?
    The Nation, March 16, 1927, pp. 286-287
  9. The Democratic Party: A History (1928)
    6 Reviews, 3 Readable
  10. The Democrats Desert
    The Nation, December 2, 1925, p. 620
  11. The Democrats in 1928
    Scribners, November 1927, pp. 515-520
  12. The Democrats Stand by Mellon
    The Nation, March 17, 1926, p. 281
  13. The Exuberance of Senator Pepper
    The Nation, December 16, 1925, p. 700
  14. Far Cats and Free Rides
    The American Mercury, June 1928, pp. 129-132
  15. The Farmer Has Lost His Club
    The Nation, March 31, 1926, p. 340
  16. The Future of American Government
    The Forum, May 1932, pp. 289-296
  17. A Good Look at Al Smith
    Collier's Weekly, March 3, 1928, pp. 8-9
  18. Good Old Bill Vare
    The Nation, January 5, 1927, p. 14
  19. A Government of Minnows
    The Nation, February 2, 1927, p. 115
  20. The Great Game of Politics (1923)
    An Effort to Present the Elementary Human Facts About Politics, Politicians, ...
    4 Reviews, 2 Readable
  21. The Great Lobby Hunt
    Scribners, May 1930, pp. 500-505
  22. How Strong Is Roosevelt?
    Scribners, April 1932, pp. 199-203
  23. If the New Dealers Win
    The American Mercury, April 1936, pp. 385-388
  24. In Weakness There Is Strength
    The Nation, February 16, 1927, p. 167
  25. The Ineffectual Mr. Coolidge
    The New Republic, April 15, 1925, p. 208
  26. It's Going to Be Different
    Showing that we're not likely to have "four more years of Coolidge"
    Collier's Weekly, December 15, 1928, pp. 8-9
  27. John Garibaldi Speaks
    The Nation, January 27, 1926, p. 85
  28. Johns Hopkins Grapples With the Law
    Scribners, January 1930, pp. 26-32
  29. Lending Money to Keep the Peace
    The New Republic, October 27, 1926, pp. 265-266
  30. [+]
    The Library (2 Reviews)
    Concerning Honest Politicians
    1. The Politician by James Harold Wallis
    2. Boss Rule by John T. Salter
    The American Mercury, December 1935, pp. 496-497
  31. Little Bob Wins
    The Nation, December 30, 1925, p. 758
  32. The Massachusetts Escalator
    The Nation, May 19, 1926, p. 553
  33. The Master Minds
    The American Mercury, January 1925, pp. 1-8
  34. Men to Measure
    That old patronage trouble again
    Collier's Weekly, September 13, 1930, pp. 10-11
  35. The Money That Makes Presidents
    The American Mercury, July 1928, pp. 282-287
  36. Mr. Coolidge
    The American Mercury, August 1924, pp. 385-390
  37. Mr. Coolidge "Finds Himself" Again
    The Nation, June 2, 1926, p. 606
  38. Mr. Coolidge's New-Old Message
    The Nation, November 18, 1925, p. 570
  39. The National Outlook: Three Views
    Social Justice, November 30, 1936, p. 15
  40. New Deal Catharsis
    The North American Review, August 1935, pp. 421-424
  41. Newton D. Baker
    Presidential Possibilities---II
    The Forum, September 1931, pp. 184-188
  42. The Next President
    Scribners, November 1932, pp. 257-261
  43. No Hero in Sight
    Scribners, June 1932, pp. 321-325
  44. No Third Term for Roosevelt
    The American Mercury, January 1938, pp. 1-9
  45. On the Dayton Firing Line
    The New Republic, July 29, 1925, p. 259
  46. Our Political Monstrosities
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1933, pp. 407-411
  47. Parade of Senators
    The New Republic, December 16, 1931, pp. 126-128
  48. Pinchot vs. Pepper vs. Vare
    The Nation, April 14, 1926, p. 398
  49. Political Behavior (1928)
    The Heretofore Unwritten Laws, Customs and Principles of Politics as Practice...
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  50. The Political Decline of America
    The Harpers Monthly, December 1925, pp. 14-18
  51. Presidential Possibilities
    III. Does Coolidge Choose to Run?
    The Nation, March 16, 1932, pp. 309-310
  52. The Press and Mr. Coolidge
    The New Republic, June 13, 1960, pp. 13-14
  53. The Psychology of Voting
    I---Scare 'Em
    The Forum, December 1924, pp. 804-810
  54. The Reconstruction of Herbert Hoover
    Scribners, May 1932, pp. 257-261
  55. Ritchie of Maryland
    Scribners, October 1927, pp. 404-410
  56. The Roosevelt-Smith Affair
    Scribners, March 1932, pp. 129-132
  57. Roosevelt's Bid for Dictatorship
    The American Mercury, April 1938, pp. 404-411
  58. Senator James E. Watson
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1932, pp. 183-190
  59. Senator "Jim" Reed
    The Forum, July 1927, pp. 62-70
  60. Settling Down to "Al" and "Cal"
    The Nation, March 30, 1927, p. 335
  61. Smith in 1928?
    The Nation, January 19, 1927, p. 65
  62. Some Men Run for Office: Calvin Sits
    The Nation, March 2, 1927, p. 232
  63. The Story of Maryland Politics (1911)
  64. The Sun-Papers of Baltimore, 1837-1937 (1937)
    4 Reviews, 2 Readable
  65. "Suspicious Cal"
    The Nation, January 13, 1926, p. 32
  66. A Third Term for Coolidge?
    The Nation, December 29, 1926, p. 685
  67. What Dayton Thinks
    Commonweal, July 29, 1925, p. 288
  68. Will the Democrats Come Back?
    The Nation, April 28, 1926, p. 475
  69. Without Gloves (1934)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  70. Without Grease (1936)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  71. [+]
    Without Hell and Maria (Review)
    Notes as Vice President, 1928-1929, by Charles Gates Dawes
    1. Notes as Vice President, 1928-1929 by Charles Gates Dawes
    The Saturday Review, October 19, 1935, p. 7
  72. The 1932 Presidential Sweepstakes
    Scribners, June 1931, pp. 617-623
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