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    Total Archives: 51 Years, 526 Issues, 9,708 Articles, 60,931pp
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    1. The Forum
      , May 1932, pp. 265-268 - PDF
    2. The Forum
      , October 1932, pp. 208-212 - PDF
    3. The Forum
      , September 1932, pp. 135-140 - PDF
    4. The Saga of Rockwell Kent
      The Forum
      , February 1932, pp. 90-96 - PDF
    5. The Forum
      , November 1932, pp. 302-306 - PDF
    6. A Short Story
      The Forum
      , August 1932, pp. 116-120 - PDF
    7. Why Not Self-Liquidating Relief?
      The Forum
      , August 1932, pp. 88-92 - PDF
    8. The Forum
      , December 1932, pp. 325-329 - PDF
    9. The Forum
      , February 1932, pp. 97-100 - PDF
    10. A Balance Sheet
      The Forum
      , November 1932, pp. 294-299 - PDF
    11. The Forum
      , August 1932, pp. 79-83 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Literary Mind, by Max Eastman
      1. The Literary Mind by Max Eastman
      2. The Harbourmaster by William McFee
      3. Wellington by Philip Guedalla
      4. The Weather Tree by Maristan Chapman
      5. Return to Yesterday by Ford Madox Ford
      6. Mr. and Mrs. Pennington by Francis Brett Young
      7. Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, Vol. II by Ray Stannard Baker and Woodrow Wilson
      8. Summer's Night by Sylvia Thompson
      9. The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson
      10. This Man Is My Brother by Myron Brinig
      The Forum
      , March 1932 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The United States in World Affairs, 1931, by Walter Lippmann and William O. Scroggs
      1. The United States in World Affairs, 1931 by Walter Lippmann and William O. Scroggs
      2. Nineteen-Nineteen by John Dos Passos
      3. Small-Town Stuff by Albert Blumenthal
      4. Once a Grand Duke by Aleksandr Mikhailovich, Grand Duke of Russia
      5. Life and Andrew Otway by Neil Bell
      6. Man Comes of Age by John Langdon-Davies
      7. Mary's Neck by Booth Tarkington
      8. Grover Cleveland: A Man Four-Square by Denis Tilden Lynch
      9. The Puritan by Liam O'Flaherty
      10. Without Cherry Blossom by Panteleimon Romanov
      11. The Phoenix-Kind by Peter Quennell
      12. Time Stood Still, 1914-1918 by Paul Cohen-Portheim
      13. Rumor at Nightfall by Graham Greene
      14. The Story of My Life by Clarence Darrow
      The Forum
      , April 1932 - PDF
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      (13 Reviews)
      The History of the Russian Revolution, by Leon Trotsky
      1. The History of the Russian Revolution by Leon Trotsky
      2. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
      3. Who Are These French? by Friedrich Sieburg
      4. The Square Root of Valentine by Berry Fleming
      5. A History of Sweden by Andrew A. Stomberg
      6. Boomerang by Helen Simpson
      7. Stalin: The Career of a Fanatic by Mohammed Essad-Bey
      8. The Brontes Went to Woolworth's by Rachel Ferguson
      9. Arabia Felix by Bertram Thomas
      10. Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell
      11. Pathways Back to Prosperity by Charles Whiting Baker
      12. Bricks and Mortar by Helen Ashton
      13. Dear Robert Emmet by Raymond W. Postgate
      The Forum
      , May 1932 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Tragedy of Henry Ford, by Jonathan Norton Leonard
      1. The Tragedy of Henry Ford by Jonathan Norton Leonard
      2. Call Home the Heart by Fielding Burke
      3. Lives by Gustav Eckstein
      4. Heat Lightning by Helen R. Hull
      5. Recovery: The Second Effort by Arthur Salter
      6. I, James Lewis by Gilbert W. Gabriel
      7. Billions for Veterans by Knowlton Durham
      8. What We Are About to Receive by John Franklin Carter
      9. The Life of Emerson by Van Wyck Brooks
      The Forum
      , June 1932 - PDF
    16. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1896-1910, by Arnold Bennett
      1. The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1896-1910 by Arnold Bennett
      2. Investing in Wages by Albert L. Deane and Henry Kittredge N...
      3. State Fair by Phil Stong
      4. A Modern Hero by Louis Bromfield
      5. Twenty Thousand Years in Sing Sing by Lewis Edward Lawes
      6. Pity of God by Beulah Marie Dix
      7. Thurso's Landing, and Other Poems by Robinson Jeffers
      8. I Cover the Waterfront by Max Miller
      The Forum
      , July 1932 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Fountain, by Charles Morgan
      1. The Fountain by Charles Morgan
      2. Charlotte Bronte by E.F. Benson
      3. The Rueful Mating by G.B. Stern
      4. Saint-Saturnin by Jean Schlumberger
      5. A Planned Society by George Henry Soule
      6. We Begin by Helen Grace Carlisle
      The Forum
      , September 1932 - PDF
    18. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Revolt of the Masses, by Jose Ortega y Gasset
      1. The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset
      2. The Years of Peace by LeRoy MacLeod
      3. What We Live By by Ernest Dimnet
      4. A New York Tempest by Manuel Komroff
      5. They Winter Abroad by James Aston
      6. Trafton Helen by Jonathan Leonard
      The Forum
      , October 1932 - PDF
    19. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The Coming of a New Party, by Paul H. Douglas
      1. The Coming of a New Party by Paul H. Douglas
      2. Sons by Pearl S. Buck
      3. What Happened in the Mooney Case by Ernest Jerome Hopkins
      4. The Gods Arrive by Edith Wharton
      5. More Merry-Go-Round by Robert S. Allen
      6. Death in the Afternoon by Ernest Hemingway
      7. A New Deal by Stuart Chase
      8. The Roving Eye by Humphrey Pakington
      9. The Best Short Stories of 1932 by Edward J. O'Brien
      10. Not to Be Repeated: The Merry-Go-Round of Europe by Anonymous
      11. Inheritance by Phyllis Bentley
      12. Let There Be Beer! by Bob Brown
      13. Sons of the Wild Jackass by Ray Thomas Tucker and Frederick R. Ba...
      The Forum
      , November 1932 - PDF
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      (10 Reviews)
      Light in August, by William Faulkner
      1. Light in August by William Faulkner
      2. Grover Cleveland: A Study in Character by Allan Nevins
      3. Mark Twain's America by Bernard A. De Voto
      4. The Second Common Reader by Virginia Woolf
      5. Flowering Wilderness by John Galsworthy
      6. Bloody Years by Francis Yeats-Brown
      7. Peking Picnic by Ann Bridge
      8. Invitation to the Waltz by Rosamond Lehmann
      9. The Salutation, and Other Stories by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      10. Save Me the Waltz by Zelda Fitzgerald
      The Forum
      , December 1932 - PDF