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Patrick MacGill, Songs of the Dead End. Harry Kemp, The Cry of Youth. Charles Hanson Towne, Manhattan. Hjalmar Bergström, Lynggaard & Co. Donald Lowrie, My Life in Prison. John G. Neihardt, Cry of the People. Frank Harris, The Bomb. Vachel Lindsay, The Eagle that is Forgotten and To the United States Senate. Frederik van Eeden, The Quest. Edwin Davies Schoonmaker, Trinity Church. Walter Lippman, A Preface to Politics. L. Andreyev, Savva. J. C. Underwood, Processionals. Bliss Carman, The Rough Rider. Percy Adams Hutchison, The Swordless Christ.
Frank Norris, The Octopus. Helen Keller, Out of the Dark. Frederik van Eeden, Happy Humanity. Bouck White, The Call of the Carpenter. Alexander Irvine, From the Bottom Up. John D. Rockefeller, Random Reminiscences. G. Lowes Dickinson, Letters from a Chinese Official. Ben B. Lindsey and Harvey J. OHiggins, The Beast. Franklin P. Adams, By and Large. Edwin Markham, The Man with the Hoe and Other Poems. Gerald Stanley Lee, Crowds. Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom.
William Vaughn Moody, Poems. Vida D. Scudder, Social Ideals. Florence Wilkinson Evans, The Ride Home. Peter Kropotkin, Mutual Aid and Memoirs of a Revolutionist. Helen G. Cone, Today. T. B. Aldrich, Poems. T. W. Higginson, Poems.
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