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  1. America's Master Blunder---the UN
    The American Mercury, November 1954, pp. 33-39
  2. Another Moral Defeat for America
    The American Mercury, November 1959, pp. 41-42
  3. Are the Capitalists Asleep?
    The American Mercury, March 1936, pp. 266-272
  4. Autopsy on the Republican Party
    The American Mercury, January 1937, pp. 1-12
  5. Big Names in the Window
    The American Mercury, March 1956, pp. 97-102
  6. Can a Socialist Be an Anti-Communist?
    The American Mercury, March 1954, pp. 89-94
  7. Can Asia Be Recovered?
    The American Mercury, May 1953, pp. 57-67
  8. The Case Against the Labor Board
    The American Mercury, February 1938, pp. 129-154
  9. Castro's War On Capitalism In Cuba
    The American Mercury, June 1960, pp. 3-12
  10. The Civil Liberties Union
    The American Mercury, December 1936, pp. 385-398
  11. The Civil Liberties Union: Political or Nonpartisan? A Debate
    I---A Subversive Organization
    The Forum, April 1938, pp. 207-208
  12. Class-War on the Campus
    The American Mercury, April 1937, pp. 462-472
  13. Communism in the Caribbean
    The American Mercury, February 1959, pp. 37-43
  14. The Counter-Attack
    The American Mercury, July 1955, pp. 59-64
  15. Danger Signals in the Caribbean
    The American Mercury, October 1956, pp. 21-28
  16. Do We Need England?
    The American Mercury, June 1955, pp. 55-60
  17. Dunderheads Over America
    The American Mercury, September 1955, pp. 129-134
  18. Earl Warren
    Ike's Worst Appointment
    The American Mercury, August 1958, pp. 5-13
  19. The Egg-Head Clutch on the Foundations
    The American Mercury, June 1954, pp. 31-37
  20. Eisenhower Midway
    The American Mercury, March 1955, pp. 9-16
  21. The Ford Foundation
    The American Mercury, July 1959, pp. 5-14
  22. [+]
    Forerunners of Integration (5 Reviews)
    An Anthropologist at Work, by Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict
    1. An Anthropologist at Work by Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict
    2. The Untold Story of Panama by Earl Harding
    3. The Van Cliburn Legend by Abram Chasins
    4. Modern Art, Sweet or Sour by Frederic Taubes
    5. Back Door to War by Charles Callan Tansill
    The American Mercury, August 1959, pp. 148-152
  23. Frankfurter
    Man Behind the Scenes
    The American Mercury, May 1957, pp. 113-118
  24. Fund For Whose Republic?
    The American Mercury, August 1959, pp. 3-10
  25. Harvard Betrays Its Heritage
    The American Mercury, September 1957, pp. 7-18
  26. He Travels Fastest Who Travels Alone
    The American Mercury, July 1958, pp. 5-13
  27. [+]
    Helping Out the Comrades (Review)
    "We or They": Two Worlds in Conflict, by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
    1. "We or They": Two Worlds in Conflict by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
    The American Mercury, March 1937
  28. How TV Molds Your Mind
    The American Mercury, April 1954, pp. 51-58
  29. I Beat Polio
    The American Mercury, December 1955, pp. 76-80
  30. International Development
    The American Mercury, February 1960, pp. 37-46
  31. Is Roosevelt a Socialist?
    The American Mercury, October 1936, pp. 206-220
  32. Is the Republican Party Committing Suicide?
    The American Mercury, July 1954, pp. 5-11
  33. It's Eleven O'Clock in the Far East
    The American Mercury, February 1955, pp. 79-86
  34. The Job Reuther Wants
    The American Mercury, April 1959, pp. 63-69
  35. Johns Hopkins Flunks Test
    The American Mercury, June 1959, pp. 5-11
  36. The Left Kidnaps American Youth
    The American Mercury, August 1938, pp. 391-402
  37. Leftists Launch Hate Franco Drive
    The American Mercury, December 1959, pp. 29-34
  38. The Lynching That Failed
    The American Mercury, August 1954, pp. 80-84
  39. The Man Who Lived Twice
    The American Mercury, August 1957, p. 148
  40. Meany at the Summit
    The American Mercury, February 1956, pp. 55-61
  41. Meet Senator Talmadge
    The American Mercury, February 1958, pp. 7-17
  42. Mental Health-Fact and Fiction
    The American Mercury, April 1957, pp. 7-16
  43. Newspapers Which Mislead America
    The American Mercury, October 1959, pp. 73-79
  44. Our College Graduate Snobocracy
    The American Mercury, January 1957, pp. 98-101
  45. Our Feeble Foreign Policy
    The American Mercury, December 1958, pp. 5-13
  46. Our First Employer-President
    A Labor View of Harding
    The Outlook, February 16, 1921, pp. 262-263
  47. Our "Liberal" Weeklies
    The American Mercury, December 1937, pp. 452-465
  48. Our March to Catastrophe
    The American Mercury, February 1957, pp. 29-34
  49. Pressure Groups Rule Washington
    The American Mercury, November 1955, pp. 41-46
  50. Princeton's Moral Failure
    The American Mercury, January 1959, pp. 57-62
  51. Radicals in Our Churches
    The American Mercury, January 1938, pp. 51-67
  52. The Red China Lobby
    The American Mercury, May 1959, pp. 27-33
  53. Red Hues in the Columbia Blue
    The American Mercury, April 1958, pp. 47-57
  54. The Red Road to War
    The American Mercury, May 1937, pp. 6-18
  55. Roosevelt Does Not Want Recovery
    The American Mercury, November 1938, pp. 257-264
  56. Russia Baits the Hook with Trade
    The American Mercury, December 1954, pp. 30-36
  57. The Russian Recognition Swindle
    The American Mercury, September 1959, pp. 45-51
  58. S.M.U. Pampers Leftism
    The American Mercury, January 1960, pp. 16-22
  59. The Sickness of Our American Cities
    The American Mercury, May 1960, pp. 3-10
  60. Sovietizing Our Merchant Marine
    The American Mercury, May 1938, pp. 31-43
  61. They're All Anti-Communists Now
    The American Mercury, March 1953, pp. 104-112
  62. The Truth About American Fascism
    The American Mercury, August 1937, pp. 385-398
  63. The Book Shelf
    [+]
    The Truth About Foundations (6 Reviews)
    Foundations: Their Power and Influence, by Rene A. Wormser
    1. Foundations: Their Power and Influence by Rene A. Wormser
    2. Education and Human Relations by Ashley Montagu
    3. Not Christ---but Caesar! Collectivism in the Churches by Edgar C. Bundy
    4. July, 1863 by Irving Werstein
    5. South of Tokyo by John C. Caldwell
    6. Spinning for Salt Water Game Fish by Joseph D. Bates
    The American Mercury, June 1958, pp. 144-168
  64. The Truth About Joe McCarthy
    The American Mercury, September 1953, pp. 3-12
  65. The Twilight of Political Parties
    The American Mercury, November 1957, pp. 19-25
  66. The U.S. into Internationalism
    The American Mercury, May 1958, pp. 5-12
  67. U.S.A.-2000 A.D.
    The American Mercury, December 1957, pp. 37-44
  68. UNESCO---UN's Brainwashing Apparatus
    The American Mercury, February 1954, pp. 3-8
  69. The Unknown Chiang Kai-shek
    The American Mercury, August 1953, pp. 45-48
  70. Walter Lippmann on the Descendent
    The American Mercury, September 1954, pp. 49-52
  71. We Are Losing the Battle in the Far East
    The American Mercury, August 1955, pp. 103-108
  72. We Gave It To Them
    The American Mercury, March 1960, pp. 47-56
  73. We Need A Second Political Party in 1960
    The American Mercury, April 1960, pp. 3-10
  74. What About "The Revolution"?
    The American Mercury, July 1937, pp. 257-268
  75. What Can the Republicans Do?
    The American Mercury, June 1938, pp. 129-138
  76. What Has Joe McCarthy Accomplished?
    The American Mercury, May 1954, pp. 3-14
  77. What's Behind the Galindez Case?
    The American Mercury, June 1957, pp. 34-42
  78. When We Tried to Give Labor to the Commies
    The American Mercury, December 1953, pp. 63-68
  79. Where Is the "Liberty" in Civil Liberties?
    The American Mercury, January 1956, pp. 17-27
  80. Who and What Is Ralph Bunche?
    The American Mercury, May 1956, pp. 29-35
  81. Who Gets Tax Exemption?
    The American Mercury, September 1958, pp. 20-25
  82. Why Pick on Dixie?
    The American Mercury, July 1957, pp. 9-15
  83. Why the Rich Become Reds.
    The American Mercury, October 1957, pp. 111-117
  84. Why We Retreat in the Cold War
    The American Mercury, May 1955, pp. 43-49
  85. The World the UN Has Made
    The American Mercury, April 1955, pp. 53-58
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