The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. have written for the magazine.
  

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Contents

Can't Rotary do something?
7
Rotary International, Peace
Does human nature change?
8
Human nature, Social problems
Rediscovering the silk road
12
Roads (Asia), Silk industry, Trade routes, China (Commerce)
You can travel if you want to
17
William Johanne LA VARRE, Occupations, Travel
Labor union responsibility
20
Labor laws and regulations, Labor unions
Portrait
41
Chevalier Jackson; 1865-1958
Portrait
41
George W. James
Portrait
41
John D. MCGILVRAY
Portrait
41
Owen Josephus Roberts (American Supreme Court justice.); 1875-1955
Portrait
41
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi; 1893-1986

Deep diving is dangerous, but--.
22
Diving, Submarine, Diving equipment
Portrait
22
Max Gene NOHL
Taming waterfront beefs
25
Almon E. Roth; 1886-1964, Strikes (Longshore workers), Shipping
Portrait
28
Charles L. WHEELER
For wives will sing
29
Radio performers, Wives
Television to sell?
34
Radio advertising, Television
Friends, alien and countrymen
37
Human nature, Kindness, Travel
Portrait
41
Oliver P. BARTLETT
Portrait
41
Rowland Haynes; 1878-1963
Turns the wheel has taken
44
Rotary International, Emblems
College that service clubs built
47
MESA college, Grand Junction (Colo.)
Scrawls of the great go to market
53
Autographs
Once upon a time
59
Juvenile delinquents and delinquency
Portrait
61
Lawrence Gilman; 1878-1939
Portrait
61
STOLL Elmer Edger
Portrait
62
Mary Colum; 1887-1957
Portrait
62
Isabel Wilder; 1900-1995

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