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Mary Ware Dennett • 5 Items / 2 Books, 3 Articles
Birth Control Laws (1927)
Shall We Keep Them, Change Them, or Abolish Them?
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    The New Books (3 Reviews)
    1. Birth Control Laws by Mary Ware Dennett
    2. Banking Through the Ages by Noble Foster Hoggson
    3. The Story of the City Companies by P.H. Ditchfield
    The Saturday Review, April 9, 1927, p. 719
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    The New Books (4 Reviews)
    1. There's Not a Bathing Suit in Russia by Will Rogers
    2. Famous Trials of History by Frederick E.S. Birkenhead
    3. Famous Criminals and Their Trials by Sidney Theodore Felstead and Mary Beatrice Leycester Muir, ...
    4. Birth Control Laws by Mary Ware Dennett
    The Saturday Review, May 28, 1927, p. 869
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    Spell Land, by Sheila Kaye-Smith
    1. Spell Land by Sheila Kaye-Smith
    2. The Blind Ship by Jean Barreyre
    3. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
    4. Green Forest by Nathalie Sedgwick Colby
    5. Birth Control Laws by Mary Ware Dennett
    6. Sutter's Gold by Blaise Cendrars
    The Nation, March 16, 1927, p. 294
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    Check List of New Books (11 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. The New Korea by Alleyne Ireland
    2. Farmers of Forty Centuries by F.H. King
    3. Southern Albania or Northern Epirus in European International Affairs, 1912-1923 by Edith Pierpont Stickney
    4. The American Race Problem by Edward Byron Reuter
    5. China and Her Political Entity by Shuhsi Hsu
    6. German After-War Problems by Kuno Francke
    7. Present Day Japan by Yusuke Tsurumi
    8. The Babbitt Warren by C.E.M. Joad
    9. The Meaning of a Liberal Education by Everett Dean Martin
    10. Birth Control Laws by Mary Ware Dennett
    11. Sex Freedom and Social Control by Charles W. Margold
    The American Mercury, April 1927