3 October 1920
Title: The Independent [Vol. 104, no. 3743 (October 3, 1920)]
One magazine entitled the Independent dated October 3, 1920. Contains articles concerning the 1920 election. Articles include; a Theodore Roosevelt Portrait, Go Forward from Economic Serfdom by Parley Parker Christensen, Sizing Up Senators by Susan Brown Bristol, The Battle of Blanc Mont by Captain Joseph Mills Hanson, Rheumatism? There's No Such Disease! by William Brady M.D. Republicans Who Will Vote for Cox, Why Vote For Harding by Talcott Williams, Why Vote For Cox by Norman Hapgood, Knocking the Bottom out of British Business by Edwin B. Slosson, Cold Comfort for a Million Miners (cartoons), A Danger Signal, The Wildest Libel Yet, The Sword of Brennus, The Paramount Issue, The G.O.P. and the League, Wilson Asks a Question, Free Speech at Mount Vernon, Have we Misgoverned Haiti?, The Cuban Sugar Crisis, A Million British Miners Strike, The Premier's Message, Irish Disorders, Italian Turmoil, German Socialist Split, The Decision of Klagentfurt, Making Seaports in the Middle West by Katherine Louise Smith, By the way, Girls Stick; Boys Don't, Have You Ears to Fly?, and Do Animals Have Cemeteries? The magazine also contains advertisements including one from the Republican National Committee featuring Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge's Mothers.