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  1. As Dr. Wilson Sees It
    An Interview with the Dry Leader
    The Outlook, November 27, 1929, pp. 289-481
  2. Articles
    The Bad Boy of the Marines
    The Outlook, February 25, 1931, pp. 292-294
  3. Ball of Fury
    Carter Glass rides to battle
    Collier's Weekly, February 10, 1934, p. 14
  4. Borah of Idaho
    The American Mercury, December 1926, pp. 385-393
  5. Articles
    Borah Tells the World
    The Outlook, November 11, 1931, pp. 331-333
  6. Cabinet Music
    Singing Secretaries
    Collier's Weekly, October 14, 1933, pp. 26-27
  7. The Censorship on Loans
    The New Republic, November 2, 1927, pp. 282-283
  8. Chart and Graph Man
    A miner who assays political ore
    Collier's Weekly, January 12, 1935, pp. 28-39
  9. Cinderella in City Hall
    Otherwise known as Fiorella H. LaGuardia
    Collier's Weekly, January 20, 1934, p. 19
  10. Copy-Book Senator
    The rules for success, as laid down and followed by Arthur Robinson
    Collier's Weekly, March 10, 1934, pp. 22-23
  11. Court of the Last Guess
    History in the hands of the Supreme Court
    Collier's Weekly, July 7, 1934, pp. 32-33
  12. Cradle Snatchers
    Reformers---with designs on the young
    Collier's Weekly, December 9, 1933, p. 9
  13. The Customer is Always Right
    Shall we recognize Soviet Russia?
    Collier's Weekly, October 21, 1933, pp. 26-51
  14. A Dime a Dozen
    The plight of the bosses
    Collier's Weekly, December 16, 1933, p. 19
  15. The Diplomatic Race
    Leg work in many lands
    Collier's Weekly, December 23, 1933, pp. 29-49
  16. Don Tom of Alabam'
    The North American Review, August 1928, pp. 148-157
  17. The Double-Edged Pen
    James Aloysius Farley, the imperfect letter writer
    Collier's Weekly, August 18, 1934, pp. 24-31
  18. Dynamite and Insect Powder
    The North American Review, May 1933, pp. 420-426
  19. Explosive Bullitt
    A candid diplomat
    Collier's Weekly, November 11, 1933, pp. 26-27
  20. Articles
    Faithful Fess
    The Outlook, September 10, 1930, pp. 43-45
  21. The Farmers' Friend
    The Outlook, February 11, 1931, pp. 218-220
  22. Fearless Frances
    Miss Perkins, to the life
    Collier's Weekly, July 28, 1934, p. 16
  23. Foreign Relief
    Reducing exercises for the Department of Commerce
    Collier's Weekly, August 26, 1933, p. 16
  24. Goin' Through the Rye
    An inventory of our liquor reserves---for future reference
    Collier's Weekly, October 7, 1933, pp. 22-23
  25. "Grapes of Gall"
    The Outlook, September 23, 1931, pp. 111-112
  26. The Gravy Boat
    The credulity-fed lobbyists of Washington
    Collier's Weekly, March 3, 1934, p. 18
  27. Guardian of the Cupboard
    James Aloysius Farley, happy stakeholder in the New Deal
    Collier's Weekly, September 23, 1933, p. 16
  28. Hist! Who's That?
    The shadows of Washington, drilling in squads
    Collier's Weekly, August 19, 1933, p. 15
  29. Hooray for Abraham Lincoln!
    Republican revivalists
    Collier's Weekly, May 19, 1934, pp. 24-25
  30. Is Hoover Human?
    The North American Review, November 1928, pp. 513-519
  31. Jones of Washington
    The Outlook, June 12, 1929, pp. 247-249
  32. Leader of the Status Quo
    A Portrait of Senator David Aiken Reed
    The Outlook, December 25, 1929, pp. 649-651
  33. Luck of the G.O.P.
    Henry Fletcher, Republican knight-errant
    Collier's Weekly, August 11, 1934, p. 20
  34. The Man Misfortune Made
    President Roosevelt's fine fight for health---and its unexpected by-products
    Collier's Weekly, July 22, 1933, p. 14
  35. The Man Who Remembers Too Much
    Jim Farley, political bookkeeper
    Collier's Weekly, February 3, 1934, pp. 20-21
  36. Marked Man
    Senator Vandenberg in the spotlight~Arthur H. Vandenberg
    Collier's Weekly, March 9, 1935, pp. 26-27
  37. Mash Notes
    Washington's headache---from illegal liquor
    Collier's Weekly, December 22, 1934, p. 23
  38. A Master for the House
    Who'll be the next Speaker?
    Collier's Weekly, January 5, 1935, p. 22
  39. Medicine Man
    Royal S. Copeland, Senate practitioner
    Collier's Weekly, July 14, 1934, p. 18
  40. Midnight Council
    What the Republican party is thinking about
    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1933, p. 13
  41. The Mirrors of 1932 (1931)
  42. The National Air
    Washington gayeties
    Collier's Weekly, January 27, 1934, pp. 22-23
  43. The Next Step
    Roosevelt goes Main Street
    Collier's Weekly, September 1, 1934, p. 19
  44. No More Charmers
    Streamlined diplomacy
    Collier's Weekly, May 26, 1934, p. 9
  45. Noble Experimenting
    This time in a laboratory
    Collier's Weekly, November 10, 1934, p. 23
  46. November Jitters
    America gets ready to vote
    Collier's Weekly, November 3, 1934, pp. 22-23
  47. One Touch of Nature
    Changing styles in national heroes
    Collier's Weekly, June 2, 1934, pp. 30-33
  48. Our Delinquent Congress
    The New Republic, May 26, 1926, pp. 11-12
  49. Out of Print
    Your Uncle Sam, the world's greatest publisher
    Collier's Weekly, October 6, 1934, p. 12
  50. Outsider's Chance
    Progressives at a standstill
    Collier's Weekly, March 24, 1934, pp. 22-23
  51. Part-time Statesmen
    Gentlemen of the Press---and guardians of the Republic
    Collier's Weekly, October 28, 1933, pp. 26-31
  52. The Personalities Have It
    The Outlook, November 7, 1928, pp. 1122-1123
  53. Prep School
    Giving society's problem children a break
    Collier's Weekly, December 15, 1934, pp. 26-27
  54. Prophet of Prohibition
    The North American Review, August 1930, pp. 129-135
  55. The Red Dragon
    Why governments go slow
    Collier's Weekly, November 17, 1934, p. 19
  56. General Articles
    Reelection Fever
    The New Republic, May 5, 1926, pp. 320-321
  57. Rest, for the Day is Coming
    Philosophers invade the Department of Agriculture
    Collier's Weekly, September 9, 1933, p. 18
  58. The Roughneck of Congress
    The North American Review, November 1929, pp. 541-547
  59. Russia Moves In
    Bolsheviks in a gilded cage
    Collier's Weekly, March 17, 1934, p. 19
  60. Articles
    The Senate's Bad Boy
    The Outlook, October 22, 1930, pp. 294-296
  61. Seven Years of Prohibition
    The New Republic, June 8, 1927, pp. 68-69
  62. Soft Answerer
    Cordell Hull, amiable diverter of wrath
    Collier's Weekly, April 7, 1934, pp. 28-48
  63. Sons of the Wild Jackass (1932)
    4 Reviews, 3 Readable
  64. Special Delivery
    Business methods invade the Post Office Department
    Collier's Weekly, August 4, 1934, pp. 28-29
  65. Spiked Guns
    A lean season for dragon killers
    Collier's Weekly, May 12, 1934, pp. 22-25
  66. Statesmen at Ease
    Senatorial hobbies
    Collier's Weekly, March 31, 1934, pp. 34-42
  67. Statesmen Must Eat
    What do the constituents want? Congress prepares to guess
    Collier's Weekly, January 6, 1934, p. 11
  68. Take It From Us
    What foreign correspondents find here to write home about
    Collier's Weekly, December 1, 1934, p. 16
  69. Texas Steerer
    Jesse Jones, telling dollars what to do
    Collier's Weekly, September 22, 1934, p. 16
  70. Those Sons of Wild Jackasses
    The North American Review, February 1930, pp. 225-232
  71. Through Red Eyes
    Russia takes a squint at us---from close range
    Collier's Weekly, September 29, 1934, pp. 22-23
  72. Articles
    Tiger from Texas
    The Outlook, November 26, 1930, pp. 492-494
  73. General Articles
    Tools of Mussolini in America
    The New Republic, September 14, 1927, pp. 89-90
  74. Tough While They're Safe
    Kidnappers at close range
    Collier's Weekly, December 30, 1933, p. 21
  75. Toying with Taxes
    Leave that to the government---and watch your returns
    Collier's Weekly, November 18, 1933, pp. 24-25
  76. Uncle Sam's Bellboys
    The North American Review, September 1930, pp. 340-347
  77. Wanted for Questioning
    What the Senate investigates and why
    Collier's Weekly, April 28, 1934, p. 16
  78. Washington Letter
    The Living Age, December 1, 1939, pp. 380-383
  79. Washington Letter
    The Living Age, February 1, 1940, pp. 581-583
  80. Washington Letter
    The Living Age, March 1, 1940, pp. 66-70
  81. Washington Letter (F.D.R. Declines to Run)
    The Living Age, January 1, 1940, pp. 458-461
  82. Washington Workers
    Advisers, nurses, friends, and defenders of congressmen, the congressional secretaries ...
    Collier's Weekly, April 14, 1934, p. 16
  83. What It Takes
    Money in the making
    Collier's Weekly, February 17, 1934, p. 16
  84. What Will Hoover Do?
    The Outlook, January 2, 1929, pp. 22-24
  85. White House Shadows
    Dogging the President
    Collier's Weekly, February 24, 1934, p. 21
  86. Willis of Ohio
    The Outlook, March 7, 1928, pp. 378-379
  87. Wisecracks from the East
    The vivacious ambassador from Japan
    Collier's Weekly, April 21, 1934, pp. 22-23
  88. Without False Whiskers
    The United States Secret Service, functioning quietly
    Collier's Weekly, August 25, 1934, pp. 22-23
  89. No Items Found