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Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 (1928)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928, by Nathan Fine
    1. Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 by Nathan Fine
    American Political Science Review, February 1930, p. 206
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    Books in Brief (2 Reviews)
    Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928, by Nathan Fine
    1. Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 by Nathan Fine
    2. Anarchism Is Not Enough by Laura Riding
    The Nation, March 27, 1929, pp. 378-379
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    Notes on New Books (5 Reviews)
    History, Law and Social Science
    1. Wage Arbitration by George Soule
    2. The Hammer and the Scythe by Anne O'Hare McCormick
    3. Prohibition, Legal and Illegal by Howard Lee McBain
    4. Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 by Nathan Fine
    5. Race and Civilization by Friedrich O. Hertz
    The Bookman, December 1928
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    Check List of New Books (11 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. Motherhood in Bondage by Margaret Sanger
    2. College or Kindergarten? by C. Maxwell McConn
    3. Jews Are Like That! by James Waterman Wise
    4. The Handwriting on the Wall by Arthur D. Little
    5. Who Will be Master, Europe or America? by Lucien Romier
    6. American Reconstruction, 1865-1870 by Georges Clemenceau
    7. Propaganda by Edward L. Bernays
    8. Catholicism and the Modern Mind by Michael Williams
    9. Some More Medical Views on Birth Control by Norman Haire
    10. Recent Gains in American Civilization by Kirby Page
    11. Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 by Nathan Fine
    The American Mercury, January 1929