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Autumn 1930

Autumn 1930

Volume 6, Number 4

  • Stringfellow Barr’s “Shall Slavery Come South?”
  • Broadus Mitchell’s “Employers Front!”
  • Morley Roberts’s “W.H. Hudson”
  • William Martin’s “Since Versailles”
  • Stories by Stringfellow Barr, Broadus Mitchell, Morley Roberts, and William Martin
  • Poetry by John Bryan, and Robert P. Tristram Coffin
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Autumn 1930

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Employers Front!

I stopped yesterday before a melancholy building in Washington. It stands just east of the Capitol, and was known once as the Brick Capitol and later as Old Capitol Prison. Those who until recently had offices there were all gone. Its windows and doo [...]

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