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George Soule


Labor and the War Administration

The conflict of public opinion about the treatment of labor under President Roosevelt's war administration suggests the need of objective analysis. On the one hand, conservative opinion regards labor as the spoiled child of the government, believes t [...]

New American Heroes

In the early days of the depression, before anyone suspected how it would alter American mores, the writer contributed to this magazine an essay which commented on the national character by attempting to evaluate the kind of hero it created. If, so t [...]

Heroes for America

Although it is the scientific fashion to regard history not as the product of great men, but as a complex of impersonal forces, modern psychology has brought a back-handed confirmation to Thomas Carlyle's view of the importance of heroes and hero wor [...]