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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The North American review. Volume 171, Issue 526, September 1900
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  • Imperialism and Christianity, 289-296.
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  • The Duty of Democrats, 296-302.
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  • Nihilism and Anarchy, 302-314.
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  • The Assassination Mania: Its Social and Ethical Significance, 314-320.
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  • Catholics and American Citizenship, 320-333.
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  • The Filipino's Vain Hope of Independence, 333-348.
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  • Notes on the Art of Robert Louis Stevenson, 348-359.
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  • Confucianism in the Nineteenth Century, 359-373.
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  • The Empire of the Dead, 373-389.
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  • Commercial Aspect of the Yellow Peril, 389-401.
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  • The Root of the Chinese Trouble, 401-411.
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  • What the Chinese Think of Us, 411-432.
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