Columbus, OH: np, 1919. 21 pp. "Concerning elementary, private, and parochial schools and proceeding that instruction shall be in the English language"
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The Lithuanian American Information Center, 1944. 54 pp.
Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, GPO, 1977. 616 pp.
Democratic National Committee, 1924. 31 pp. 4" x 9"
Republican National Committee, 1940. 226.
Committee on Un-American Activities, 1958. 35 pp.
Center for Research and Studies on Kuwait, 1996.  pp. oblong. text is in Arabic, English, and French.
Beirut: The Institute for Palestine Studies, 1968.
The Freedom Leadership Foundation, 1975. First. 133 pp.
Club House, 1922. 151 pp.
Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, 1950. americana. 55 pp, including two folding illustrations.
Government Printing Office, 1972. 313 pp.
GPO, 1975. 169 + 27 pp.
Bangladesh: The University Press, 2007.
Red Bank, NJ: Howland Publishing Company, 1951. First edition, review copy with compliment's slip and 8-page publicity pamphlet laid in. 8vo. 96pp. Original printed wrappers; original printed dust jacket. Appleton was a Florida businessman and one of the leading thoroughbred horse breeders in the United States. His fortune was made...
Fort Thomas, KY: 1943. 69 pp.
Springfield: The Abraham Lincoln Association, 1945. 8vo. 356 pp. Black-and-white illustrations. Original gilt-lettered and decorated red cloth; dust jacket. Jacket chipped and toned. FIRST EDITION.
London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 1969. 31 pp.
Washington DC: Council for Social and Economic Studies, 1984. pp 311-340. an offprint from The Journal of Social, Politcal & Economic Studies, Fall, 1984, Vol. 9, No. 3.
The University of Chicago Press, 1931. 201 pp.
Melbourne University Press, 2001.
Progress Pubs, 1973.
Lisbon: 1970.  pp.
Tokyo, New York and San Francisco: Kodansha International, 1975. First edition. 8vo. 322pp. Photographic plates. Original cloth; dust jacket. Inscribed by the author on the title. Among the correspondents in the work are Donald Keene and Wm. Theodore de Bary.