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Crowds

by Gerald Stanley Lee

On the title page Mr. Lee calls his book "a moving picture of democracy." It is made up of a series of brief essay son tendencies of the times grouped into five books: Crowds and machines; Letting the crowd be good; Letting the crowd be beautiful; Crowds and heroes; Good news and hard work. The author has faith in the future and can write exultingly of the glories of a machine age.

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