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A: The inclusion of the copyright-excluded material allows users to examine a more nearly complete collection of a given author's writings, even if many of the particular items themselves are currently unavailable due to copyright. If necessary, many of these other items can often be accessed and read on other websites or content systems, especially in the case of extent publications. Furthermore, there is a chance that at some future point these publications will be released for reading on this website as well.

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A: The current Version 2.0 release of UNZ.org incorporates major design changes from the previous version, but nearly all of the same underlying printed content is still available. Given the relatively slight use of the previous links to external videos and webzines, these portions have been removed, thereby streamlining access to the printed materials which constitute the main value of the system. Another major change has been the widespread use of Javascript, rendering most of the pages "reactive" as you begin entering information.

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    1. Should We Continue to Build Airships?
      The Forum
      , June 1933, pp. 338-340 - PDF
    2. The Forum
      , September 1933, pp. 148-152 - PDF
    3. Three Lithographs
      The Forum
      , March 1933, pp. 156-157 - PDF
    4. A Foreward by the Editor
      The Forum
      , March 1933, pp. 129-130 - PDF
    5. The Forum
      , December 1933, pp. 330-334 - PDF
    6. The Forum
      , December 1933, pp. 351-354 - PDF
    7. The Forum
      , February 1933, pp. 97-103 - PDF
    8. The Forum
      , January 1933, pp. 42-45 - PDF
    9. The Forum
      , January 1933, pp. 26-29 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Farewell to Reform, by John Chamberlain
      1. Farewell to Reform by John Chamberlain
      2. Titans of Literature by Burton Rascoe
      3. Our Times: The War Begins, 1909-1914 by Mark Sullivan
      4. Human Being by Christopher Morley
      5. As We Are: A Modern Revue by E.F. Benson
      6. Ellen Terry's Memoirs by Edith Craig, Christopher St. John, an...
      7. Sketches in Criticism by Van Wyck Brooks
      8. God's Angry Man by Leonard Ehrlich
      The Forum
      , January 1933 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Young Woman of 1914, by Arnold Zweig
      1. Young Woman of 1914 by Arnold Zweig
      2. Earth Horizon: An Autobiography by Mary Austin
      3. Talks with Mussolini by Emil Ludwig
      4. Never Ask the End by Isabel Paterson
      5. The Intelligent Man's Guide Through World Chaos by G.D.H. Cole
      6. George Bernard Shaw: Man of the Century by Archibald Henderson
      7. Mr. Chilvester's Daughters by Edith Olivier
      8. Criminals and Politicians by Denis Tilden Lynch
      9. The Stage Is Set by Lee Simonson
      10. God's Gold by John T. Flynn
      11. The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1911-1920 by Arnold Bennett
      12. Liberalism in the South by Virginius Dabney
      The Forum
      , February 1933 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      The Years of the Locust, by Gilbert Seldes
      1. The Years of the Locust by Gilbert Seldes
      2. Ann Vickers by Sinclair Lewis
      3. The History of the Russian Revolution by Leon Trotsky
      4. The Last Adam by James Gould Cozzens
      5. The Modern Theme by Jose Ortega y Gasset
      6. The Bulpington of Blup by H.G. Wells
      7. God's Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell
      8. The Rise of the City, 1878-1898 by Arthur Meier Schlesinger
      9. Company K by William March
      10. Sardinian Sideshow by Amelie Posse-Brazdova
      11. Bengal Mutiny by George Dangerfield
      12. Never Enough by Leane Zugsmith
      The Forum
      , March 1933 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Coming Struggle for Power, by John Strachey
      1. The Coming Struggle for Power by John Strachey
      2. Pageant by G.B. Lancaster
      3. Revolution, 1776 by John Hyde Preston
      4. The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God by Bernard Shaw
      5. The Abolition of Unemployment by Frank D. Graham
      6. Erie Water by Walter D. Edmonds
      7. Henry Adams by James Truslow Adams
      8. Pocahontas, or The Nonparell of Virginia by David Garnett
      9. Prison Days and Nights by Victor F. Nelson
      10. The Mask of Silenus by Babette Deutsch
      11. The Lovely Lady, and Other Stories by D.H. Lawrence
      12. Belinda Grove by Helen Ashton
      13. The Enchanted Winter by Martin Hare
      14. South Moon Under by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
      15. Jehol: City of Emperors by Sven Anders Hedin
      The Forum
      , April 1933 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Looking Forward, by Franklin D. Roosevelt
      1. Looking Forward by Franklin D. Roosevelt
      2. Special Delivery: A Packet of Replies by James Branch Cabell
      3. Union Square by Albert Halper
      4. The Machine Age in the Hills by Malcolm Ross
      5. Intimate Memories: Background by Mabel Dodge Luhan
      6. The First Lover, and Other Stories by Kay Boyle
      7. By Post to the Apostles by Helen Walker Homan
      8. Outside Eden by John C. Squire
      9. New Road by Merle E. Colby
      10. Hardy Perennial by Helen Hull
      11. Lost Laughter by Mateel Howe Farnham
      12. Christian Unity in Practice and Prophecy by Charles S. Macfarland
      The Forum
      , May 1933 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Not to Eat, Not for Love, by George Anthony Weller
      1. Not to Eat, Not for Love by George Anthony Weller
      2. Arctic Village by Robert Marshall
      3. As the Earth Turns by Gladys Hasty Carroll
      4. Red Virtue: Human Relationships in the New Russia by Ella Winter
      5. Marie Antoinette: The Portrait of an Average Woman by Stefan Zweig
      6. EIMI by E.E. Cummings
      7. They Brought Their Women by Edna Ferber
      8. Twentieth Century Short Stories by Sylvia Chatfield Bates
      9. The Tragedy of Tolstoy by Alexandra Tolstoy
      10. Sonnets by Mary Dixon Thayer
      11. Life Beyond Death in the Beliefs of Mankind by James Thayer Addison
      The Forum
      , June 1933 - PDF
    16. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Internal Debts of the United States, by Evans Clark and George B. Galloway
      1. The Internal Debts of the United States by Evans Clark and George B. Galloway
      2. Traveller's Library by W. Somerset Maugham
      3. No Time Like the Present by Storm Jameson
      4. Insecurity: A Challenge to America by Abraham Epstein
      5. The Best Short Stories of 1933 by Edward J. O'Brien
      The Forum
      , July 1933 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Hostages to Fortune, by Elizabeth Cambridge
      1. Hostages to Fortune by Elizabeth Cambridge
      2. The Complete Novels and Plays of Saki by Saki
      3. The Tragedy of Russia by Will Durant
      4. Stranger's Return by Phil Stong
      5. Pull Devil, Pull Baker by Stella Benson and Count Nicolas de To...
      6. The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1921-1928 by Arnold Bennett
      7. Tandem by Violet Keppel Trefusis
      The Forum
      , August 1933 - PDF
    18. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The Mirrors of Wall Street, by Anonymous
      1. The Mirrors of Wall Street by Anonymous
      2. Twenty Years A-Growing by Maurice O'Sullivan
      3. To Be, or Not to Be by Louis I. Dublin and Bessie Bunzel
      4. Presenting Lily Mars by Booth Tarkington
      5. The Crime of Cuba by Carleton Beals
      6. The Fault of Angels by Paul Horgan
      7. The Summer Flood by Goronwy Rees
      8. Portrait of a Woman by John Hyde Preston
      9. The Gold Falcon; or, The Haggard of Love by Henry Williamson
      10. The Progress of Julius by Daphne du Maurier
      11. The First Wife, and Other Stories by Pearl S. Buck
      12. Carr by Phyllis Bentley
      13. All Men Are Enemies by Richard Aldington
      14. Livingstones by Derrick Leon
      The Forum
      , September 1933 - PDF
    19. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Seeds of Revolt, by Mauritz A. Hallgren
      1. Seeds of Revolt by Mauritz A. Hallgren
      2. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
      3. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein
      4. No Second Spring by Janet Beith
      5. Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain
      6. Mandoa, Mandoa! by Winifred Holtby
      7. The Black Boxer by H.E. Bates
      8. Lamb in His Bosom by Caroline Miller
      9. Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa
      10. No More Trumpets, and Other Stories by George Milburn
      11. Many Happy Returns by Richard Strachey
      12. To a God Unknown by John Steinbeck
      13. Cecil Rhodes by Sarah Gertrude Millin
      14. Requiem by A.E. Fisher
      15. Entertaining the Islanders by M. Struthers Burt
      16. Our Movie Made Children by Henry James Forman
      17. Congo Solo by Emily Hahn
      18. The Autobiography of a Liverpool Slummy by Pat O'Mara
      The Forum
      , October 1933 - PDF
    20. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Great Fortune, by Gilbert W. Gabriel
      1. Great Fortune by Gilbert W. Gabriel
      2. Ten Years--Ten Days by Walther G.H. von Hollander
      3. The Scarlet Flower by Thomas Rourke
      4. My Life as German and Jew by Jakob Wassermann
      5. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1933 by Harry Hansen
      6. The Edwardian Era by Andre Maurois
      7. A "Story" Anthology 1931-1933 by Whit Burnett and Martha Foley
      8. Richard Harding Davis: His Day by Fairfax Downey
      9. The American Procession by Agnes Rogers and Frederick Lewis Allen
      10. Long Pennant by Oliver La Farge
      11. Germany---Twilight or New Dawn by Anonymous
      12. Paris to the Life by Paul Morand and Doris Spiegel
      13. Behind the Doctor by Logan Clendening
      14. Rockwellkentiana: Few Words and Many Pictures by Rockwell Kent and Carl Zigrosser
      The Forum
      , November 1933 - PDF