1930 Nation's Business December

1930 Nation's Business December
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Original December 1930 Nation's Business Magazine Volume 18 #13

Condition: Very Good except Missing 2 pages 83/84, 91/92. 8.5" X 11.5" Tall

  • Cover: The Pioneer Prospector by Charles Dunn
  • The Tragedy of Plenty by Merle Thorpe - page 9
  • As the Business World Wags Editorials - 11
  • Depression - The Road to Better Times by Julius H. Barnes, Cartoons by William M. Rittase - 15
  • Since Last We Met - 18
  • We Can't Raise Plums by Tree-Sitting by Labert St. Clair - 20
  • Freight Rates by Oliver Wesson - 23
  • Individualism Gains in Russia by Burton K. Wheeler - 27
  • My Money After I Die - 31
  • We've Been Overlooking Opportunity on Our Doorstep by Victor M. Cutter - 34
  • Depression Pays Dividents by Herbert Corey - 38
  • Making the Tariff Really Flexible, Tariff Act by Alfred Pearce Dennis - 41
  • Canada's Wheat Pool Faces a Crisis by James E. Boyle - 45
  • How We Make the May of Nation's Business by Frank Greene - 50
  • Finding Work for the Jobless by Alfred Albelli - 54
  • Whe Oil was a Curiosity - 60
  • Human Nature in Business by Fred Kelly - 62
  • Map of the Nation's Business by Frank Greene - 65
  • Porto Rico by Art Brown - 72
  • What I've Been Reading by William Feather - 80
  • Bookshelf - 84
  • War on the Chain Store by June J. Ellis - 90
  • News of Organized Business by Willard L. Hammer - 105
  • New Link Between South and West - 132
  • Wall Street is Talking About by M.S.Rukeyser - 135
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