- Additional Authors
- Johnson, Charles Spurgeon, 1893-1956.
- 6 p. l., 3-357 p.; 22 cm.
- Recent gains in government, by C. A. Beard.--New outposts of business and industry, by S. Chase.--Recent gains in industrial relations, by Mary van Kleeck.--Advances in the quest for peace, by N. Thomas.--Recent improvements in race relations, by C. S. Johnson.--The bright side of the American press, by O. G. Villard.--Education goes ahead, by D. L. Sharp.--American literature moves on, by Mary Austin.--New influences in art, by R. Kent.--Recent advances in science, by D. S. Jordan.--Recent gains in religion, by H. E. Fosdick.--A critique of American civilization, by J. Dewey.--Progress or decadence? By H. F. Ward.--Is western civilization worth saving? By P. A. Schilpp.--An oriental evaluation of modern civilization, by Masaharu Anesaki.
- Call Number
- Sc 917.3-P (Page, K. Recent gains in American civilization)
Page, Kirby, 1890-1957.
Recent gains in American civilization, by a group of distinguished critics of contemporary life; edited by Kirby Page.
New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company [c1928]
- Added Author
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon, 1893-1956.
- Research Call Number
Sc 917.3-P (Page, K. Recent gains in American civilization)
IAG (Page, K. Recent gains in American civilization)