Dearborn Independent Magazine January 1926-May 1926
Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M07 1 - 580 pages
This volume contains weekly issues of the Dearborn Independent magazine from January 2, 1926 through May 22, 1926, originally published by the Dearborn Publishing Company, of which Henry Ford was President. It purports to be the chronicler of the neglected truth. Each issue contains an editorials section, briefly told facts section, a dance a week section, and Mr. Ford's page. Sample contents: Sigmund Freud, the Man and His Methods; Hot Dog Engineer of Screenland; Bolshevism in the Philippines; Lincoln's Premonitions of Death; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Mystic; Italy's Debts, Here Are the Facts; Socialism With the Bark Stripped Off; Captain Kidd, Pirate Catcher; and much more.
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