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Walter Pitkin • 38 Items / 17 Articles, 20 Books
A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity (1932)
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    The Old Sin of Stupidity (Review)
    A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity, by Walter B. Pitkin
    1. A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity by Walter B. Pitkin
    The Saturday Review, April 9, 1932, p. 649
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    Check List of New Books (2 Reviews)
    Psychology
    1. A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity by Walter B. Pitkin
    2. The Art of Being a Woman by Olga Knopf
    The American Mercury, May 1932
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    Book Notes (2 Reviews)
    Psychology
    1. Invention and the Unconscious by Joseph-Marie Montmasson
    2. A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity by Walter B. Pitkin
    The New Republic, April 27, 1932, p. 307
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    Pitkin Products, Inc. (4 Reviews)
    New Careers for Youth, by Walter B. Pitkin
    1. New Careers for Youth by Walter B. Pitkin
    2. Life Begins at Forty by Walter B. Pitkin
    3. More Power to You! by Walter B. Pitkin
    4. A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity by Walter B. Pitkin
    The New Republic, August 1, 1934, p. 325
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    At A Glance (9 Reviews)
    General
    1. Englishmen at Rest and Play by Reginald Lennard
    2. Told at the Explorers' Club by Frederick A. Blossom
    3. The Fun of It by Amelia Earhart
    4. From Here to Yender by Marion Nicholl Rawson
    5. In Great Waters by Captain S.G.S. McNeil
    6. The Samaritans of Molokai by Charles J. Dutton
    7. A Short Introduction to the History of Human Stupidity by Walter B. Pitkin
    8. Across the Gobi Desert by Sven A. Hedin
    9. Through the Hawse-Hole by Florence Bennett Anderson
    The Bookman, August 1932, pp. 418-419