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Books and Pamphlets by Dorothy Thompson

  /    /  Books and Pamphlets by Dorothy Thompson

[Circular from the Ring of Freedom] / Dorothy Thompson — New York, 1941.
— An appeal for funds from Thompson’s wartime relief organization.

The Crisis of the West / Dorothy Thompson — Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c1955. — (Marfleet Lectures Series)

The Depths of Prosperity / by Phyllis Bottome and Dorothy Thompson — [1st American ed.] — New York : Doran, [c1925]
— Dorothy Thompson’s first book.

Dorothy Thompson’s Political Guide / Dorothy Thompson — New York : Stackpole Sons, [c1938]

Enough for All / Dorothy Thompson — New York : The American Mercury, 1943.

The Future of the Jews / Dorothy Thompson — New York : United Palestine Appeal, [1943]

“I Saw Hitler!” / by Dorothy Thompson — New York : Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., [c1932]

Israel, Judaism and the American Jew / Dorothy Thompson — Philadelphia : American Council for Judaism, 1949.

Job; the Story of a Simple Man / Joseph Roth ; translated by Dorothy Thompson — [New York] : Grosset & Dunlap, 1931.

Let the Record Speak / by Dorothy Thompson — Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1939.

Listen, Hans / by Dorothy Thompson — Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1942.

The New Russia / by Dorothy Thompson — New York : Holt, [c1928]

On the Record : Our Pending Revolution in Government / Dorothy Thompson — Washington, D.C. : The American Coalition, [1937]

Refugees; Anarchy or Organization? / by Dorothy Thompson — New York : Random House, [c1938]

There is only One Answer / Dorothy Thompson / Dorothy Thompson — New York : American Zionist Emergency Council, [1943]
— Thompson addresses “the Arab-Jewish problem.”

To Thomas Mann : An Appreciation / Dorothy Thompson — New York : [reprinted from the New York Herald Tribune], 1937.
— Inscribed by Thomas Mann; signed additionally by Thompson. Accompanied by 4 documents relating to the American Guild for German Cultural Freedom, which held a dinner in Mann’s honor on April 20, 1937.