Title: The New Republic - 4 issues (Dec 1931 - July 1931)
Author: John Dos Passos, Malcolm Cowley, John Dewey, Felix Ray [Howard Brubaker], Robert Morss Lovett, Bruce Bliven, Stark Young, Edmund Wilson, Mark Van Doren, et al.
Description: Paper a toned. Three issues have some chipping to fore-edge. One has some splitting to spine. Unmarked. Each issue is about 28 pp. 12 x 8.5 inches.
Each of the four issues features an article by John Dos Passos, with two about the 1932 Democratic National Convention, one on the Bonus Army/Bonus Expeditionary Force of impoverished WWI veterans encamped at Washington (published just weeks before they were forcibly removed by Hoover), and one with his particular observations of Detroit.
Other articles are by Carlton Beals, Bruce Bliven, Stuart Chase, McAlister Coleman, Harold Lewis Cook, John Dewey, Otis C. Ferguson, Waldo Frank, Joshua Kunitz, Robert Morss Lovett, Ted Olson, Felix Ray (pseudonym of Howard Brubaker), Paul Rosenfeld, Allen Tate, C. H. Whelden Jr, Edmund Wilson, Stark Young. One poem by Mark Van Doren. Also included are book reviews by many other authors, including Malcolm Cowley.
Included: issue number 890 (Dec. 23, 1931), 917, (June 29, 1932), 919 (July 13, 1932), and 921 (July 27, 1932).
Binding: Staple bound
Place: New York
Keywords: 1930s, Thirties, politics, society, United States, magazine, League for Independent Political Action, Democratic National Convention, FDR, Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Bonus Army, Bonus Expeditionary Force, Detroit,
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