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Calvin Coolidge • 11 Items / 6 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Review
Foundations of the Republic (1927)
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    Foundations of the Republic, by Calvin Coolidge
    1. Foundations of the Republic by Calvin Coolidge
    The Bookman, February 1927, p. 751
  2. Opinions About Books
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    Mencken, Coolidge, and Democracy (2 Reviews)
    Notes on Democracy, by H.L. Mencken
    1. Notes on Democracy by H.L. Mencken
    2. Foundations of the Republic by Calvin Coolidge
    The Forum, March 1927, pp. 471-472
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    Current Books (7 Reviews)
    Various
    1. English Men and Manners in the Eighteenth Century by Arthur S. Turberville
    2. The American Civil War by David Knowles
    3. Canadian Houses of Romance by Katherine Hale
    4. Leaves from a Secret Journal by Jane Steger
    5. The Drifting Home by Ernest R. Groves
    6. Foundations of the Republic by Calvin Coolidge
    7. The Vanished Empire by B.L. Putnam Weale
    The Outlook, February 16, 1927, p. 219
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    Check List of New Books (12 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. The Oil War by Anton Mohr
    2. Foundations of the Republic by Calvin Coolidge
    3. Imperialism and World Politics by Parker Thomas Moon
    4. The Meaning of Adult Education by Edward C. Lindeman
    5. The Geographic Background of Chicago by J. Paul Goode
    6. New Tactics in Social Conflict by Harry W. Laidler and Norman Thomas
    7. The World's Debt to the Irish by James J. Walsh
    8. The New Universe by Baker Brownell
    9. Everybody's Job by William W. Williams
    10. The Consumers' Co-Operative Movement in Illinois by Colston Estey Warne
    11. The Urban Community by Ernest Watson Burgess
    12. Asia in the Twentieth Century by A. Frederick Whyte
    The American Mercury, February 1927