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Winter 1936

Winter 1936

Volume 12, Number 1

  • Gerald W. Johnson’s “Live Demagogue, or Dead Gentleman?”
  • Peter Drucker’s “Underwriting Central Europe”
  • George Pullen Jackson’s “America’s Folk-Songs”
  • Walter Pach’s “The Raphael From Russia”
  • Poetry by Allen Tate, Marshall Morgan, R. P. Blackmur, and Lawrence Lee
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Winter 1936

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Live Demagogue, or Dead Gentleman?

Mr. H. L. Mencken once wrote of the ante-bellum South, "It was a civilization of manifold excellencies—perhaps the best the Western Hemisphere has ever seen—undoubtedly the best that These States have ever seen. . . . In the So [...]

Author Profiles

Allen Tate (1899–1979) was one of the leading writers of the South in the twentieth century.