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Heywood Broun • 393 Items / 14 Books, 374 Articles, 3 Reviews
Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice (1931)
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  1. The Library
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    The Curse of Prejudice (Review)
    Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice, by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    1. Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    The American Mercury, May 1931, pp. 123-125
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    Jobs---for Gentiles (Review)
    Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice, by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    1. Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    The Nation, May 27, 1931, p. 586
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    Gentiles Preferred (Review)
    Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice, by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    1. Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    The New Republic, May 27, 1931, p. 50
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    Books Briefly Described (15 Reviews)
    Fire, by Thomas Francis Dougherty and Paul W. Kearney
    1. Fire by Thomas Francis Dougherty and Paul W. Kearney
    2. Christians Only: A Study in Prejudice by Heywood Broun and George Britt
    3. Gods and Little Fishes by Alfred Pearce Dennis
    4. The Bed-Book of Travel by Richardson L. Wright
    5. Silver Seas and Golden Cities by Frances Parkinson Keyes
    6. This Flesh by Wythe Williams
    7. Two Prisoners by Lajos Filahy
    8. The English Bible as Literature by Charles A. Dinsmore
    9. The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci by Dmitri Merejkowski
    10. Tacna and Arica by William Jefferson Dennis
    11. Depositors Paid in Full by Frederick Powell
    12. Mustapha Kemal of Turkey by Hugh E. Wortham
    13. An American Procession, 1855-1914 by William A. Croffut
    14. The Pegasus Book by W.E. Lyon
    15. William the Third and the Defence of Holland, 1672-4 by Mary Trevelyan Moorman
    The Saturday Review, March 28, 1931, p. 700