Dorothy Thompson: Selected full-text books and articles
Let the Record Speak Houghton Mifflin Company, 1939PRIMARY SOURCE
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Dorothy Thompson's Political Guide: A Study of American Liberalism and Its Relationship to Modern Totalitarian States Stackpole Sons, 1938
Nazism: An Assault on Civilization Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1934
Librarian’s tip: "The Record of Persecution" by Dorothy Thompson begins on p. 1
Great Women of the Press Southern Illinois University Press, 1983
Librarian’s tip: Chap. 16 "Dorothy Thompson: Political Columnist [1893-1961]"
Brilliant Bylines: A Biographical Anthology of Notable Newspaperwomen in America Columbia University Press, 1986
Librarian’s tip: Chap. 14 "Dorothy Thompson (1893-1961)"
Hard News: Women in Broadcast Journalism Greenwood Press, 1987
Librarian’s tip: "Dorothy Thompson: News Commentator" begins on p. 28
The Columnists Howell, Soskin, 1944
Librarian’s tip: "Dorothy Thompson, Cosmic Force" begins on p. 16
Sexual Power: Feminism and the Family in America University of Alabama Press, 1992
Librarian’s tip: "Dorothy Thompson" begins on p. 235
Women in Communication: A Biographical Sourcebook Greenwood Press, 1996
Librarian’s tip: "Dorothy Thompson (1893-1961)" begins on p. 406
Movers and Shakers: American Women Thinkers and Activists, 1900-1970 Quadrangle, 1973
Librarian’s tip: Discussion of Dorothy Thompson begins on p. 185
Biographical Dictionary of American Newspaper Columnists Greenwood Press, 1995
Librarian’s tip: "Thompson, Dorothy (9 July 1893 - 30 Jan. 1961)" begins on p. 324
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