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  1. Are Policemen Soldiers?
    Wanted: an army to fight crime
    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1933, p. 18
  2. Be Your Own Business Prophet
    With detailed instructions
    Collier's Weekly, May 17, 1930, pp. 10-11
  3. Beating the Hurricane
    The mind behind the storm signals
    Collier's Weekly, November 17, 1928, pp. 8-9
  4. The Big Black Spot
    What makes the coal business act that way
    Collier's Weekly, September 19, 1931, pp. 12-13
  5. Bring Home the Wright Plane
    The reasons why the world's first successful airplane is not in the Smithsonian Institu...
    Collier's Weekly, September 22, 1928, pp. 8-9
  6. A Brisk Movement in Steel
    More progress
    Collier's Weekly, November 22, 1930, pp. 12-13
  7. Can Capone Beat Washington, Too?
    Public Enemy No. One
    Collier's Weekly, October 10, 1931, pp. 16-17
  8. Catching Up with Japan
    Action---in the Navy Department, the shipyards and the Pacific Ocean
    Collier's Weekly, October 21, 1933, pp. 12-13
  9. The Church of To-day and To-morrow
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1920, pp. 363-377
  10. Confessions of a War Correspondent (1917)
  11. Cuba on Edge
    A report from the uneasy island
    Collier's Weekly, April 25, 1931, pp. 14-15
  12. The Cuban Lottery Racket
    How not to get rich quick
    Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1931, pp. 16-17
  13. Detroitism---What Is It?
    Both Europe and America are trying to analyze our amazing prosperity
    Collier's Weekly, June 1, 1929, p. 13
  14. Doughboys' Dough
    Whether they need it or not
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1929, pp. 10-11
  15. Fair for Tomorrow
    You'll see the future in Chicago
    Collier's Weekly, September 17, 1932, pp. 10-11
  16. The Farmer is Whistling Again
    prosperity goes back to the land
    Collier's Weekly, July 15, 1933, pp. 12-13
  17. The Fiery Double-Cross
    "Col." W.J. Simmons tells how the Klan slipped through his fingers
    Collier's Weekly, July 28, 1928, pp. 8-9
  18. Gambling with Mother Earth
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1921, pp. 245-252
  19. The Gold Barrage
    Irresistible
    Collier's Weekly, November 15, 1930, p. 26
  20. Gold Bricks by Radio
    Poison in the air
    Collier's Weekly, August 22, 1931, pp. 10-11
  21. Good Times Knocking at the Door
    Who'll say "Come in"?
    Collier's Weekly, July 25, 1931, pp. 10-11
  22. Gunmen Dodge This City
    The city being Milwaukee, the hard-boiled
    Collier's Weekly, December 13, 1930, pp. 10-11
  23. Help Cuba Quickly
    A stirring and important interview with Senator William E. Borah
    Collier's Weekly, May 27, 1933, pp. 12-13
  24. A Holiday for Fear
    When bankers and depositors get together
    Collier's Weekly, April 9, 1932, pp. 12-13
  25. How Bootleggers Stole the War
    A Cuban revolution that started in New York and ended in New Jersey
    Collier's Weekly, July 30, 1932, pp. 14-15
  26. How I Put Over the Klan
    The first of three interviews with "Col." Simmons, founder of the Ku Klux Klan
    Collier's Weekly, July 14, 1928, pp. 5-7
  27. How Tammany Missed a Trick
    Mr. Curry's Washington contingent
    Collier's Weekly, February 25, 1933, p. 16
  28. How to Make a Gangster
    The young criminal in the making
    Collier's Weekly, September 2, 1933, pp. 12-13
  29. Humanity, Common, Goes Up
    The story of Gastonia, a thrilling epic of the New Deal
    Collier's Weekly, October 7, 1933, pp. 7-9
  30. If It Isn't Boose, It's Something Else
    The rackets muscle in on industry
    Collier's Weekly, November 26, 1932, pp. 7-8
  31. A Job for Jack
    The curious but human reasons why southern Republican organizations root for the Democrats
    Collier's Weekly, June 15, 1929, pp. 8-9
  32. Kansas, by Ginger!
    Highly flavored drinking
    Collier's Weekly, July 26, 1930, pp. 12-13
  33. Kansas, the Beer State
    A well-known reporter looks at Kansas sympathetically
    Collier's Weekly, January 26, 1929, pp. 8-9
  34. King of the Prairie
    "Alfalfa Bill"---smarter than he looks
    Collier's Weekly, November 28, 1931, pp. 12-13
  35. Ku Klux Klan
    The inside story of the flood of gold collected by the preachers of hate
    Collier's Weekly, July 21, 1928, pp. 8-9
  36. Lo, the Rich Indian!
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1920, pp. 723-734
  37. Local Boy Closes Gap
    Chain mail for the independent grocers
    Collier's Weekly, March 12, 1932, pp. 12-13
  38. Look Out, the Hash is Sour!
    Why prison revolts happen
    Collier's Weekly, February 22, 1930, pp. 10-11
  39. The Love That Is Blindest
    Munsey's Magazine, February 1908, pp. 687-691
  40. Making Human Nature Legal
    Nevada increases her income
    Collier's Weekly, June 20, 1931, pp. 14-15
  41. Making Money
    An old and unprofitable game
    Collier's Weekly, November 30, 1929, p. 14
  42. Mark Another Hanna
    Ruth Hanna McCormick prepares to pay off an old score
    Collier's Weekly, March 15, 1930, pp. 10-11
  43. Meet the Colonel
    William J. Donovan, Assistant Attorney General of the United States, who polices Americ...
    Collier's Weekly, March 2, 1929, pp. 8-9
  44. A Money Lender Confesses
    Baring the teeth of the loan shark
    Collier's Weekly, March 14, 1931, pp. 10-11
  45. A Money Lender is Converted
    Personal finance made respectable
    Collier's Weekly, March 21, 1931, pp. 22-23
  46. Murder for Defense
    Poison gas, submarines, long-range cannon have no friends anywhere
    Collier's Weekly, October 15, 1932, pp. 10-11
  47. The New Control of Surgeons
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1924, pp. 303-314
  48. O Say, Can You Hear?
    The tribulations of the newly elected congressmen
    Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1932, pp. 12-13
  49. Pay First---Then Blame
    How to "clean up" after our automobile accidents
    Collier's Weekly, April 28, 1928, pp. 8-9
  50. The Price of Liquor
    The liquor traffic and its "protection" in Philadelphia
    Collier's Weekly, December 1, 1928, pp. 8-9
  51. Prohibition's Too Wet
    Strong feeling in Montana
    Collier's Weekly, October 18, 1930, pp. 18-19
  52. The Road to Justice
    Collier's Weekly, December 8, 1928, pp. 28-32
  53. Robbing the Working Girl
    The latest thing in sweatshops
    Collier's Weekly, November 12, 1932, pp. 10-11
  54. Rolling Down to Mexico
    Fill her up: we have a new world to motor through
    Collier's Weekly, December 9, 1933, pp. 14-15
  55. Salvation and Spring Fever
    Munsey's Magazine, June 1908, pp. 413-418
  56. Save Smoot and Watson!
    And hang the cost
    Collier's Weekly, September 3, 1932, pp. 14-15
  57. The Scar That Tripled (1918)
    A True Story of the Great War
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  58. Shattering the Myth of John Wilkes Booth's Escape
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1924, pp. 702-719
  59. Sin in the Desert
    Butte, at the top of its form
    Collier's Weekly, April 5, 1930, pp. 10-11
  60. Sin in the Desert
    Butte, at the top of its form
    Collier's Weekly, August 23, 1930, pp. 10-11
  61. The Stolen City
    The fall and rise of Cincinnati
    Collier's Weekly, December 24, 1927, p. 8
  62. Stop Lying to Investors
    Teaching figures not to lie and enabling accountants to tell all
    Collier's Weekly, July 29, 1933, pp. 10-11
  63. Sugar Moon
    A noted reporter tells why the desert isn't dry despite the Eighteenth Amendment
    Collier's Weekly, December 29, 1928, pp. 8-9
  64. Tax Everyone But Me
    Where your money goes, and why
    Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1932, pp. 12-13
  65. This Jammed Traffic
    And what might be done about it
    Collier's Weekly, January 4, 1930, pp. 10-11
  66. Today's Trust Busters
    Mergers are no longer condemned for what they are not
    Collier's Weekly, February 23, 1929, pp. 8-9
  67. Turntable
    Why we now encourage what we once prohibited
    Collier's Weekly, March 31, 1928, pp. 8-9
  68. Under Mr. Volstead's Nose
    Prohibition as practiced in Mr. Volstead's home state
    Collier's Weekly, March 16, 1929, pp. 8-9
  69. The Vigilantes take Charge
    Chicago is mad about itself---but can it get mad enough?
    Collier's Weekly, April 20, 1929, pp. 8-9
  70. War, Perfect War
    Sherman woudl be at a loss for words
    Collier's Weekly, October 19, 1929, pp. 10-11
  71. What Can a Wet Town Do?
    Visit International Falls with Mr. Shepherd and speak politely to the Border Patrol
    Collier's Weekly, September 7, 1929, pp. 8-9
  72. What Good is Money in the Sock?
    The tangled story of cash
    Collier's Weekly, January 9, 1932, pp. 10-11
  73. What's Moral Turpitude?
    There must be someone who knows
    Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1931, pp. 20-21
  74. What's the Racket?
    How the shooting began
    Collier's Weekly, April 11, 1931, pp. 10-11
  75. When the Enemy Comes
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1917, pp. 153-162
  76. The Whip Hand
    A visit to the Klan floggers in Alabama
    Collier's Weekly, January 7, 1928, pp. 8-9
  77. The Whip Wins
    The triumph, perhaps temporary, of floggers in Alabama
    Collier's Weekly, January 14, 1928, pp. 10-11
  78. "The White House Say---"
    How the President talks to the newspapers
    Collier's Weekly, February 2, 1929, p. 19
  79. Who Laughs Last
    Boies Penrose's dry humor
    Collier's Weekly, September 21, 1929, pp. 10-11
  80. Who Will Sell Liquor?
    Prospecting on the booze bonanza
    Collier's Weekly, September 10, 1932, p. 21
  81. Why the Farmer Doesn't Like Our Dollar
    A timely and important interview with Henry A. Wallace
    Collier's Weekly, April 1, 1933, pp. 8-9
  82. The Winded City
    It has to be Chicago, of course
    Collier's Weekly, April 12, 1930, pp. 16-17
  83. Wort Money
    Michigan's tax on the bootlegger
    Collier's Weekly, November 7, 1931, pp. 11-12
  84. You Can Avoid Taxes
    Don't pay more than Uncle Sam intended
    Collier's Weekly, October 22, 1932, pp. 12-13
  85. 300 Miles to the Gallon!
    What'll your motor car eat when the oil wells go dry?
    Collier's Weekly, October 5, 1929, pp. 10-11
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