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"Marx Inverted," Book Review, The New Republic, February 24, 1932

Part of Herndon J. Evans Collection

_ ,.-a-__-,.-,--e.. , , t .r -. r. -I - - a ~ Y W #~ i EQ I r I , h V A -I ii . I 3i! JUST Pusrrsummx . ;iI2 : xjjiir 1 if . I . I} , . T V A Book Tells S}lO?ly IO be publlfhli _ A it _A,; ; l I r in the Dollar Series, A V` V V` l {yi 3 1 Why We Behave V _ V We 2 Like sAmericans THE I e I he V A STUDY IN SOCIO-ANALYSIS , P G E A ii I I i i By LEON SAMSON I A A ` I Author of The New Humanism" o VI V J I Is the American business man caught today _ 7 between the overdevelopment of capitalism 4 * and his own underdevelopment as a capitalist? I b H S R . " -V I Have we power to dominate the world-but y fail because of our political infantilism? What C0-i1fh0l' of POWW C"hl are the 7 American social masks? Why is Art im- possible in America? These are just a few of the _ 1 questions that receive a new kind of analysis in The ` . ` American Mind. I E 'HE WC3l(IlSSS III tl1 ID3- ( "Mr. Sams0ns assessment of _American thought and chinery of Public cgntfgl ()V()f I V culture is one of the ablesr criticisms from the Marx- _ _ V ian point of view," saysHARRY ELMER BARNES. the utilities have become intensi- It launches out with originality and daring." $3.00 ii d _ b h I . e in recent years y t e unregu- . I 1 ~ ` g;F,`;Th S?;`;E S5 $Rjfj Y;fg; I lated growth of giant holding _ V companies. A menacing situation . I ___ exists, of which the public is al- most wholly unaware, despite the O * 4 extensive revelations of wrong- - Exiled from Harlan . . . ` doing on the part of the power A A monopolies. The book is a bril- ' n ZEKESVFRANK EMEND WILSON liant exposure and highly compe- I HOWE L OLM COWLEY i . ` P0LLY B0YDEN MARY HEATON v0RsE tem analysli ef what has bum g` LOUIS COLMAN JOHN HENRY HAMMOND, Jr. ` 011 blihllld fl`1C SCCIICS. It BX- = I Md others s I plains the opposition to Muscle V t Th C d A Shoals, describes the Boulder Dam " ` l' ` . . .. I ey arrze Re zef to the Harlan Mmers Project, the Ontario System, rcc_ a They Tested the Mmers Right to Food, - d , 1 t. . Eng _ Then were Kidnaped and Beaten . . . S Success g m ' V ~ A land and Germany, and points the V I way for consumers in America to ` Gfeet Them put a stop to conscienceless plun- - Hear Their Stgrigg dering on a huge scale and save . Y themselves hundreds of millions e I V l NEW STAR CASINO of dollars annually. Order through __ I ' Park Avenue at 107 Street f . - _ K New York City your bookseller or d1rect rom VV VV V Sunday, February 21 8:30 P. M. Promptly t INC; V V _ V V > i Auspices the National Committee for the I 421 WEST mst STREET; NEW QITY a ' `. IV Defense of Political Prisoners _ _ ` ` J ` ` . E il 'l { I] ' A l; M I { r if { VVV, VVV_____m_____w___ VVV, e,,. ._ _._., a__a_,___m_____ ,-_-_._,w___1,..,.,-,...,..ee.....,...g;;wi.,a.~ee mt -; ; M.-e::.~ *< -et