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Dudley Wynn


Mary Austin, Woman Alone

It was clear that I would write imaginatively, not only of people, but of the scene, the totality which is called Nature, and that I would give myself intransi-gently to the quality of experience called Folk, and to the frame of behavior known as Mys [...]

Civilization: Destroyer or Preserver

Land of the free. By Herbert Agar. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $3.50. Our Enemy, the State. By Albert Jay Nock. New York: William Morrow and Company. $2.25. Government in Bitsiness. By Stuart Chase. New York: The Macmillan Company. $2.00. [...]

A Liberal Looks at Tradition

The most significant fact in modern life is the dominance of the pullulating, swarming mass of average people in all of Western Europe, a dominance that is not only political, but cultural and social. The masses have arrived at the point where they s [...]