National Geographic January 1919
Chicago Today and Tomorrow: A City Whose Industries Have Changed the Food Status of the World and Transformed the Economic Situation of a Billion People
Thanks to its fortuitous geography, a visionary French explorer’s camp has become the gateway to an empire.
The League of Nations, What It Means and Why It Must Be
The concerted application of rationality and dialogue, argues former President William Howard Taft, can suppress imperialism, ensure an era of international stability, and promote worldwide progress.
Medicine Fakes and Fakers of All Ages: Strange Stories of Nostrums and Kingly Quacks in Every Era and Clime
Despite laws against quackery as old as Babylon, the persistence of miracle cure- alls is grounded in our primeval instinct to live.
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