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Frank W. Blackmar • 23 Items / 13 Books, 6 Articles, 4 Reviews
The Elements of Sociology (1905)
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    Significant Books in Economics and Sociology (23 Reviews)
    A Modern Utopia, by H.G. Wells
    1. A Modern Utopia by H.G. Wells
    2. The Long Day by Dorothy Richardson
    3. The Bitter Cry of the Children by John Spargo
    4. Efficiency and Relief by Edward T. Devine
    5. The Liquor Problem
    6. The Poor and the Land by H. Rider Haggard
    7. The Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem by John S. Billings
    8. The Menace of Privilege by Henry George
    9. The City: The Hope of Democracy by Frederic C. Howe
    10. The Cost of Competition by Sidney A. Reeve
    11. Government Regulation of Railway Rates by Hugo Richard Meyer
    12. American Railroad Rates by Walter Chadwick Noyes
    13. Restrictive Railway Legislation by Henry S. Haines
    14. Our Philippine Problem by Henry Parker Willis
    15. Trusts, Pools and Corporations by William Z. Ripley
    16. Trade Unionism and Labor Problems by John R. Commons
    17. Selected Readings in Public Finance by Charles J. Bullock
    18. Sociology and Social Problems by Thomas N. Carver
    19. The United States in the Twentieth Century by Pierre Leroy-Beaulieu
    20. Principles of Economics by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    21. The Principles of Money and Banking by Charles A. Conant
    22. The Elements of Sociology by Frank W. Blackmar
    23. General Sociology by Albion W. Small
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1906, pp. 840-853
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    Comment on Current Books (36 Reviews)
    B. R. Haydon and His Friends, by George Paston
    1. B. R. Haydon and His Friends by George Paston
    2. The Cathedrals of Northern Spain by Charles Rudy
    3. Cities of Paul by William Burnet Wright
    4. Daughters of the Puritans by Seth Curtis Beach
    5. The Deluge by David Graham Phillips
    6. The Dwarf's Spectacles and Other Fairy Tales by Max Nordau
    7. Early Work of Titian by Malcolm Bell
    8. The Elements of Sociology by Frank W. Blackmar
    9. The Evolution of a Great Literature by Newton Mann
    10. Filippino Lippi by Paul G. Konody
    11. The Garden of Nuts by W. Robertson Nicoll
    12. The Garden That I Love by Alfred Austin
    13. The Great Word by Hamilton Wright Mabie
    14. The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. by William Makepeace Thackeray
    15. History of the German Struggle for Liberty by Poultney Bigelow
    16. Interludes in Verse and Prose by George Otto Trevelyan
    17. Introduction to the Old Testament by John McFadyen
    18. Irenic Theology by Charles Marsh Mead
    19. The Jewish Encyclopedia by Isidore Singer
    20. Man and the Earth by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
    21. A Memoir of Dr. James Jackson, M.D. by James Jackson Putnam
    22. Micky by Evelyn Sharp
    23. Normandy: The Scenery and Romance of Its Ancient Towns by Gordon Home
    24. The Novels of Henry James by Elisabeth Luther Cary
    25. The Pastoral Idea by James Theodore Inskip
    26. Primary Facts in Religious Thought by Alfred Wesley Wishart
    27. The Problems of Philosophy by Harald Hoffding
    28. The Risen Sun by Baron Suyematsu
    29. Sermon Briefs by Henry Ward Beecher
    30. Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. by William B. Boulton
    31. Spiritual Sanity and Other Sermons by Samuel H. Virgin
    32. Stork's Nest by J. Breckenridge Ellis
    33. Sunday-School Problems by Amos R. Wells
    34. Vision and Task by George Clarke Peck
    35. Wild Wheat by M.E. Francis Blundell
    36. With Nelson in Command by Robert Leighton
    The Outlook, December 9, 1905, pp. 887-892