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In this issue of The Outlook

January 7, 1925

No. 1

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announce as probably the most important autobiography

of 1925




BROWN, whom The Outlook sent out to inquire into the religious faith of his generation, continues in this issue the report of what he has found. Dr. Brown is a graduate

of Rochester University and took his Ph.D. at Harvard, where he also served as instructor in English.


Seventy Years of Life and Labor


A genuinely American story is this of the immigrant cigarmaker who, as the driving force in the organization of the American Federation of Labor, rose to enjoy a power


a respect which fall to few men in a generation. As a revelation of an interesting personality half dreamer and half shrewd business man the book is fascinating. And as a record of the long drama of the Labor Movement it is of exceptional importance to every American. In two illustrated volumes. $10.00 (subject to change).

HE OUTLOOK counts itself fortunate

in being able to publish an article from the pen of Dr. Walter B. James, who is one of the most prominent physicians in the country. Dr. James has been practicing in New York since 1883. He is consulting physician for Bellevue Hospital and the Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled, and is a trustee of Columbia University. For five years he was visiting physician at the Presbyterian Hospital.

New Fiction

Translated from the Russian Can you imagine standardization, state regulation brought to perfection?' Here is a powerful satire in which the social organization is seen functioning with all the rigidity of a machine with every action, even the most intimate, regulateduntil a number of imperfect beings develop the germs of emotion, imagination, in short of a soul. The author found it impossible to publish the work in Communistic Russia.


'HOMAS L. MASSON, for years manag

ing editor of “Life,” is now associate editor of the "Saturday Evening Post."

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PAUL VERREES is a native of Bruges, • but resides in America. His frequent journeys to his homeland have resulted in many etchings of Bruges, two of which appear in this issue. The “Church of Notre Dame”—taken from an unusual point of view—has appeared in several important exhibitions.


A blindingly vivid and forcible picture of the life of an Italian-American worknan, of the Slav boarding house where he lives, of i he shipyard where he works, of the waterfront-in terms so elemental that it is absolutely unforgetable. The book expresses the genuine

emotions of a class usually inarticulate.

E ROY JEFFERS, a mountaineer, wri

ter, and lecturer, is also Secretary of the Bureau of Associated Mountaineering Clubs of North America. He is a frequent contributor to magazines, and is the author of "The Call of the Mountains."


A first novel (f musual caliber by a successful playwright who combines vivid characterization, swift movement and an undercurrent of intrinsic nobility and interest with keen penetration into the contradictions produced by conflicting inherited tendencies.


PSYCHOLOGY Learn how the mind works. Study

this new science through Everett Dean Martin's remarkable course " What Psychology Has To Teach You About Yourself and Your World." Just as givenat Cooper Union, N.Y. You can now obtain it in printe i forin tchererer you live. Write today for complete "Outline of the Course” (sent

free) and unusually low price. Address : The People's Institute Pub. Co., Lox 51, 70 Fifth Ave., N.Y.


EORGE F. MILTON is an ardent fol

lower of McAdoo. He is the managing editor of the "News," of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and a frequent contributor to The Outlook on political

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OHN HALL WHEELOCK is a member of

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