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Maurice Samuel • 37 Items / 23 Books, 13 Articles
I, the Jew (1927)
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    The Second Book of Samuel (Review)
    I, the Jew, by Maurice Samuel
    1. I, the Jew by Maurice Samuel
    The New Republic, August 24, 1927, p. 25
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    Current Books (5 Reviews)
    1. Variety by Paul de Valery
    2. Cruising Around the World and the Seven Seas by Stanton Davis Kirkham
    3. Italy and Fascismo by Luigi Sturzo
    4. I, the Jew by Maurice Samuel
    5. Creative Knowledge by William H. Bragg
    The Outlook, May 4, 1927, p. 28
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    Books in Brief (7 Reviews)
    I, the Jew, by Maurice Samuel
    1. I, the Jew by Maurice Samuel
    2. Roman Architecture by G.T. Rivoira
    3. History of the Origin and Establishment of the Inquisition in Portugal by Alexandre Herculano
    4. The Main Stream by Stuart Pratt Sherman
    5. The Diary of Elbridge Gerry, Jr. by Claude G. Bowers and Elbridge Gerry, Jr.
    6. Hawkers and Walkers in Early America by Richardson Wright
    7. The Feast of the Cannibals by Barukh Jonas
    The Nation, June 22, 1927, p. 701
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    Check List of New Books (12 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. Poorhouse Sweeney by Ed Sweeney
    2. An Outline of Careers by Edward L. Bernays
    3. Should We Be Vaccinated? by Bernhard J. Stern
    4. Negro Labor in the United States, 1850-1925 by Charles H. Wesley
    5. Whither Democracy? by N.J. Lennes
    6. Where Is Civilization Going? by Scott Nearing
    7. Capital for Labor by W. Francis Lloyd and Bertram Austin
    8. That's New York! by Morris Markey and Johan Bull
    9. I, the Jew by Maurice Samuel
    10. Our Generation by Christine Este Gibbons
    11. How Red Is America? by Will Irwin
    12. The Youth Movement in China by Tsi C. Wang
    The American Mercury, July 1927