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Anderson, Maxwell, Off Broadway, William Sloane Associates,Inc., 1947, pp. 24-25.

Bailey, Mabel Driscoll, Maxwell Anderson: The Playwright as Prophet, Harper & Row Publishers, Inc., 1957, pp. 60-61.

Clark, Barrett H., Maxwell Anderson: The Man and His Plays, Samuel French, Inc., 1933, p. 28.

Meister, Charles W., Dramatic Criticism, McFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers, 1985, p. 182.

Shivers, Alfred S., Maxwell Anderson, Twayne Publishers, 1978, pp. 98-99.

Wilson, Edmund, The Triple Thinkers: Twelve Essays on Literary Subjects, Fararr, Straus & Giroux, 1938, pp. 26-27.

Clawson, Dan, Alan Neustadtl, and Denise Scott, Money Talks: Corporate PACs and Political Influence, Basic Books, 1992.

This book outlines the structure and political influence of Political Action Committees.

Gassner, John, "Introduction," in 20 Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre, 1930-1939, Crown Publishers, 1939, pp. vii-xxii.

Gassner was a respected theater scholar who headed the Theater Guild's play department at the height of its glory. His summary of this decade in theater gives modern readers a fair...

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