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SHORE, W. TEIGNMOUTH; CROWTHER, SAMUEL; BARTON, WILLIAM E.; BECKMAN, JAMES W.; LAIRD, DONALD A.; MASSON, THOMAS L.; WHYTE, THOMAS CHALMERS; FINGER, CHARLES J.; BARNET, HARRY E.; LOWDEN, CARL SCHURZ - The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug. ) 7, 1926 - Islam Aims at World Domination

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, August (Aug. ) 7, 1926 - Islam Aims at World Domination
Description: Dearborn, Michigan: The Dearborn Publishing Co, 1926. First Edition. Paperback. 32 pages. Features: Firestone ad inside front cover features photo of Harvey S. Firestone addressing 25th annual stockholders' meeting in Akron, OH; A Sailorman Poet - John Masefield; What has become of our Parties? - Coolidge puts last Democrat doctrine into Republican creed; Is the Pulpit a Bulletin Board? - is the preacher a prophet or propagandist?; An English View of American Installment Buying; A Scientist Urges Farmers to Utilize Waste Products - paper can easily be made from wheat straw; Mental Tests Make Us Seem Foolish - because quacks rush in where true psychologists fear to tread; Henry Ford's Page - the dangers of debt; Editorials - U.S. surplus of housing, Abraham Rothfeld is ordered to not reapply for U.S. citizenship for 10 years; Senator Borah speaks like a statesman, P.R. battle over French debt to the U.S, Dictators are increasing in number in Europe, Robert T. Lincoln of the Pullman Company has given the negro 'the only racial monopoly in the world', namely the Pullman porter, sea travel in steerage becomes fashionable; Life Among the Wild American Humorists, as described by Thomas L. Masson; Islam Aims at World Domination - Consolidation of Moslemism inspires Conference at Mecca; A Negro Views His Own Race - the thoughts of Charles Plummer; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 8) - Wreck of the Santiago; Chats with Office Callers - William Lyon Phelps writes article claiming New York stage plays attack Protestants but not Catholics because they are afraid to attack them; Under the White Tops with 'Gil' - (part 4) - tales of the time when people traveled for days to see teh circus, and slave-traders followed the show; China's Use of Proverbs; The Stories the Windmills Tell - Joy, grief, trouble or celebration all are indicated by the huge sails which serve as 'Town Criers' for the countryside; A Fighting Quaker of '76 - Joseph Hewes - who led the North Carolina Men in Declaring for Independence; A Dance a Week - Seventeenth Century Minuet, with piano sheet music; I Read in the Papers. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.. Good .

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Price: US$ 199.95 Seller: RareNonFiction.com - Rare Books and Magazines
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