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Fri Mar 21 17:12:25 2014 UTClccn-n830212820.00Papers, 1957-19670.431.00Letter to Herbert [Sherman Gorman], n.d3841537John_Chamberlain_(journalist)n 83021282914086Chamberlain, John Rensselaer.Chamberlain John Rensselaer 1903-1995チェンバレン, J張伯倫, 約翰lccn-n79046200Hitler, Adolf1889-1945lccn-n84149423Willoughby, Charles Andrew1892-1972nc-nationalsozialistische deutsche arbeiter parteiNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Parteilccn-n79054196MacArthur, Douglas1880-1964lccn-n50025840Hazlitt, Henry1894-1993lccn-n50075650Foundation for Economic Education, inclccn-n50038936Johnson, Alvin Saunders1874-1971edtlccn-n97005012Jones, Samuel Milton1846-1904lccn-n50066301Pressey, William Benfield1894-lccn-n50043698Watters, Reginald EyreChamberlain, John1903-1995PeriodicalsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHistoryMilitary historyPolitical scienceGermanyUnited StatesEconomic policyTotalitarianismNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-ParteiEconomic historyCapitalismIndustriesMacArthur, Douglas,Social problemsLiteratureSocial sciencesLiberalismProgressProgressivism (United States politics)Hitler, Adolf,Social problems in literaturePolitics in literatureLibertyAmerican literatureLibertarianismChamberlain, John,JournalistsEnglish prose literatureAmerican prose literatureFascismSocialismCivilizationWorld War (1939-1945)EssaysPacific OceanKorean War (1950-1953)Dos Passos, John,National socialismCollectivismGeneralsEconomicsMilitary campaignsPacific AreaUnited States.--ArmySpainConservatismPublic administrationCommunismOpen and closed shopLabor unionsPsychologyEducationEconomics--Philosophy190319951922193219331934193519361938193919401941194219431944194519481949195019541955195619571958195919601961196319641965196619671971197419761977197819791982199119952001952164250943.0850924DD247.H5ocn005030550ocn001166081ocn001370788ocn000656706ocn000545911ocn070308705ocn034111688ocn741874731ocn832604670ocn775091004ocn459822976228635ocn000710850book19610.31Chamberlain, JohnThe enterprising Americans; a business history of the United StatesHistory154937ocn000295151book19590.39Chamberlain, JohnThe roots of capitalism+-+6871148645137436ocn000445664book19220.56Chamberlain, JohnFarewell to reform; the rise, life and decay of the progressive mind in AmericaCriticism, interpretation, etc106223ocn000366467book19540.31Willoughby, Charles AndrewMacArthur, 1941-1951Military historyBiography91715ocn005030550book19390.33Hitler, AdolfMein kampf, complete and unabridged, fully annotated7627ocn001570149serial0.50The FreemanPeriodicals4285ocn001346721book19400.66Chamberlain, JohnThe American stakes2361ocn001166081book19480.59Chamberlain, JohnLiving, reading and thinking; 56 essays in exposition1527ocn000656706book19390.23Hitler, AdolfMein KampfHistoryBiographyTells the story of Hitler's life and his social and political philosophy1193ocn025653408book19910.90Chamberlain, JohnThe turnabout years : America's cultural life, 1900-1950Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+4618190645324822ocn000545911book19570.76The National review reader767ocn003179016book19390.88Chamberlain, JohnJohn Dos Passos; a biographical and critical essay372ocn005741690book19790.73Chamberlain, JohnFreedom and independence : the Hillsdale story183ocn312629838book19650.50Chamberlain, JohnMei guo ren de chuang ye jing shen166ocn030554853book19440.32Hayek, Friedrich A. vonThe road to serfdomClassic work in political philosophy, intellectual and cultural history, and economics. Originally published in 1944, it was seen as heretical for its passionate warning against the dangers of state control over the means of production. The author was a cowinner of the Nobel Memoiral Prize in economics in 1974and was a pioneer in monetary theory and the principal proponent of libertariansim in the twentieth century133ocn024785011book0.86Chamberlain, JohnEl atraso de España61ocn023244008book19420.95Chamberlain, JohnDemocracy and the closed shop52ocn026910414book19550.47Willoughby, Charles AndrewMac ArthurBiography41ocn012878817book19600.81Chamberlain, JohnProblems in education : where do we go from here?22ocn647977898mix1.00Chamberlain, JohnLetter to Herbert [Sherman Gorman], n.dDiscusses in detail: news covered in the New York Times on Feb. 2, 1882 (birth of James Joyce) and June 16, 1904; a manifesto issued by Charles Guiteau, murderer of President Garfield; burning of excursion boat General Slocum; Russo-Japanese War; being short on money due to Depression. Discusses briefly: a speech by Oscar Wilde; Star Route mail frauds; President Arthur3333ocn009161698book19820.56Chamberlain, JohnA life with the printed wordBiography11ocn017998072book19660.47Longshore, Marvin JamesJohn Chamberlain : across the political spectrum11ocn702153767mix1.00Keller, Albert GallowayAlbert Galloway Keller papersHistoryThe papers consist of correspondence, writings, student and teaching files, and miscellanea documenting the personal life and professional career of Albert G. Keller, a sociologist, author, and student and colleague of William Graham Sumner. Keller frequently corresponded with individuals on the subject of Sumner, and Yale University figures such as Arthur T. Hadley, James Rowland Angell, and Charles Seymour often felt Keller's displeasure over the University's treatment of the Sumner legacy. He also corresponded with colleagues and former students, Sumner biographers, and family members. Files relating to the William Graham Sumner Club, which he helped found, are also included. Drafts of several published and unpublished writings and many student gradebooks detail his literary and teaching activities11ocn700475180mix1.00Chamberlain, JohnJohn Chamberlain papersCriticism, interpretation, etcCollection contains Chamberlain's working draft for THE ROOTS OF CAPITALISM, with both handwritten and typescript pages. Also includes a notebook with his thoughts and notes on economic history, a letter of correspondence from a publisher about THE ROOTS OF CAPITALISM, and galley proofs from CITADEL, MARKET, AND ALTAR (1957) and MACARTHUR 1941-1951 (1954)11ocn849527443mix1.00Chamberlain, JohnJohn Chamberlain PapersArchivesCorrespondence (1963-1967); manuscript drafts, notes for books and columns; research material; photographs; press releases11ocn070970557mix1.00Paterson, IsabelIsabel Paterson papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, writings including ms. drafts of books, legal papers, and Paterson's book collection11ocn794506327mix1.00Chamberlain, JohnChamberlain, John, ArchiveComposed of approximately 200 typed and handwritten letters, the John R. Chamberlain Archive, 1923-1991, comprises correspondence between Chamberlain and many notable writers and business leaders, such as author Archibald MacLeish, journalist Dorothy Thompson, and Texaco president John K. McKinley documenting several political issues, including Watergate, federal aid to education, and the Eichmann trial. Additionally, the letters concern books and columns written by Chamberlain01ocn122528199mixChamberlain, JohnArchivesCorrespondence (1963-1967); manuscript drafts, notes for books and columns; research material; photographs; press releases+-+6871148645+-+6871148645Fri Mar 21 15:22:54 EDT 2014batch18510