National Affairs: Battle of Booklets

Between January, when the seeds of ambition are sown, and November, when the political harvest is reaped, September is the season when books & pamphlets flower most profusely in the ripening campaign. Some of the brightest tares blossoming in this year's fields:

Uncommon Sense (National Home Library, 25^) is by Engineer David Cushman Coyle who designed Washington's State Capitol and has done time as a technical adviser to PWA. Some months ago he wrote a booklet called Brass Tacks explaining the whole economic system as he saw it, a work that is supposed to...

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