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Annotated proofs and press cuttings of the following articles by WSC: "Soapbox Messiahs" on illusory shortcuts in American capitalism; "Oldest and Richest" on John D Rockefeller; "Constitution - Bulwark or Fetter?" on the need to safeguard the American Constitution; "Japan and the Monroe Doctrine" on Japanese expansion and its relations with the United States and Britain.Also includes: a letter from Adam Marshall Diston on research for "Soapbox Messiahs".
Literary: correspondence, mainly readers' comments, on volume 1 ("The Gathering Storm") of WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War")., Apr 1948 - May 1955
Literary: correspondence regarding an offer by the McLure Newspaper Syndicate for WSC's autobiography., 15 Aug 1930 - 16 Dec 1930
Correspondents include Richard Waldo (President, McLure Newspaper Syndicate) (2) Contains references to the United States stock market crash.
Literary: correspondence with consultants (mainly volumes 5 and 6) and others on WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War"), G-Z., Feb 1947 - Jul 1953
Annotated proofs of the following articles by WSC: "Lord Fisher and his Biographer" on Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon's appointment to and removal from the Dover Patrol (1915-1917) and Bacon's biography of 1st Lord Fisher, and also on Fisher's part as 1st Sea Lord and during the Dardanelles Campaign; "Charles Stewart Parnell" on Parnell, Home Rule for Ireland and Kitty O'Shea; "B-P" on 1st Lord Baden-Powell; "Roosevelt From Afar" on Franklin Roosevelt's economic and labour reforms.
Literary: Hearst newspaper articles: correspondence regarding publication in the United States., 18 Nov 1930 - 05 Aug 1937
Includes telegrams from William Randolph Hearst and correspondence with editorial staff of Hearst newspapers.Subjects for articles include: trials in the Soviet Union; economic affairs; Spain; the League of Nations; the Rhineland; Palestine; serialisation rights to WSC's "The Eastern Front".Also includes: annotated copy of printed supplement to the Week-End Review entitled "A National Plan for Great Britain", 14 Feb 1931.
Includes cuttings from the Sunday Dispatch for: "H G Wells" on WSC's views of the author (also on the same page is an article by Wells on educational plans); "Don Quixote and Sancho Panza" [WSC's version of Cervantes' story]; "Montagu Norman - man of mystery" on WSC's views of the Governor of the Bank of England; "Miner's grandson became Lord Chancellor" on the career and WSC's memories of F E Smith [1st Lord Birkenhead].