“East and West Harvard Conservatism“


“East and West Harvard Conservatism“
   Essay (1,110 words); probably written in the summer of 1922. First published in Mind Power Plus (date unknown; probably 1922).
   The article is on David Van Bush’s New England lecture campaign and the success of his popular psychology in staid Massachusetts. Probably commissioned by Bush, the article appeared in his magazine, Mind Power Plus,which HPL mentions as “newly-founded” in June 1922 (see SL1.186). No copies of the magazine have been located; only a tearsheet of the article from the magazine (where it occupies pp. 55–56) is extant at JHL.

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