Books: Kennel Ration

AND I LEARN ABOUT PEOPLE (75 pp.) —Delmar W. Beman Sr.—Exposition ($2.50).

EVERY DOG SHOULD HAVE A MAN (40 pp.)—Corey Ford—Holt ($1).

For hundreds of years, when warned that human society is going to the dogs, people have only smiled indulgently, and thrown old Bowser another sparerib. Now it may be too late. Two investigators, working independently, have published monographs which point to the same conclusion: society has in fact already gone to the dogs, and human beings had better learn to make the best of it.

There is strong internal evidence that one of these books, And I Learn About People, was actually...

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