“For What Does the United Stand?“


“For What Does the United Stand?“
   Essay (535 words); probably written in the spring of 1920. First published in the United Amateur (May 1920); rpt. MW
   Brief article on the importance of the UAPA in fostering education and the literary development of amateur writers.

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