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ISSUE DATE: January 1941; Vol. 38, No. 225
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Now I am for the Churches by Roger William Riis.
Uncle Sam arms Alaska, by Corey Ford and Alistair MacBain.
The most unforgettable character I've ever met -- my sister Virginia, by Jim Tully. [Original to this issue!]
Calling all inventors, by Stuart Chase.
After School Work for Softies, by Frances V. Rummell.
Boy on a raft, by Eric Davis.
Brazil's American Dime Store (Lojas Americanas, in Rio De Janeiro), by Carl Crow.
Chicago's one man cleanup campaign -- Anton C. Negri, by William F. McDermott.
So you're in love? -- a talk to youth about sex, by Paul Popenoe.
Our new merchant Navy, by Don Wharton.
The Thousand Dollar Bill, by Manuel Komroff.
Newspapers and the Recent Election: Pro and Con.
Costa Rica -- land of true democracy, by John Gunther.
"The Butcher Wagon", and Interne's Story, as told to Rackham Holt.
England must win -- or else! -- I: The Surest U. S. Defense Setup, by Mark Sullivan.
England must win -- or else! -- II: Can there be a Peace through Negotiation?, by Dorothy Thompson.
England must win -- or else! -- III: War or Measures Short of War, by Walter Lippmann.
Fear over Hollywood, by J. P. McEvoy.
Science -- defender of Democracy, by Bruce Bliven.
Aboard a US destroyer bound for Birtain, by William L. White.
"Hi, Doc!", by Webb Waldron.
Peddlers of Paradise (Jehovah's Witness), by Jerome Beatty.
Blood Brothers, by Milton MacKaye.
Farm surpluses for National Defense?, by Milo Perkins.
My Part in a Literary Mystery, by John Erskine.
Lisbon: Escape hatch of Europe, by Eric Sevareid.
Enterprise and the Old Iron, by John Patric.
Jack of all trades -- the electric eye, by Harland Manchester.
The Marines have the situation in hand, from TIME.
Our manpower and Mr. Sidney Hillman, from FORTUNE.
Supercharged Flour -- An Epochal Advance, by Paul de Kruif. [Original to this issue!]
Mother Nature's Brother, by J. Bryan III.
Three Stockings: Christmas morning with the (Mrs.) Miniver family by Jan Struther.
Winston Churchill, by Rene Kraus.
To The Indies, by C. S. Forester.
Latin America Welcomes The reader's Digest in Spanish, by Alofredo J. de Leon. [Original to this issue!]
A new bridge bewteen the Americas by Blair Niles. [Original to this issue!]
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