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After Hitler Stalin? by Robert Ingrim
Alms For Oblivion: Books, Men And Biography by George Carver
The amazing electron / James I. Shannon, S. J. by James Ignatius Shannon
American humanism and the new age (Science and culture series) by Louis J. A. Mercier
Augustine's Quest Of Wisdom: Life and Philopsophy of the Bishop of Hippo by Vernon J. Bourke
Boscobel and other rimes by James J. Daly
The Catholic Literary Revival by calvert alexander
The Catholic Reformation by Pierre Janelle
Chapters in Frontier History, Research Studies in the Making of the West by Gilbert J. Garraghan
A Cheerful Ascetic and Other Essays (Science and Culture Series) by James J. Daly
The Christian social manifesto; an interpretative study of the encyclicals Rerum novarum and Quadragesimo anno of Pope Leo XIII and Pope Pius XI by Joseph Husslein, S. J. Ph. D.
Christopher Columbus by Daniel Sargent
The Church and spiritualism by Herbert Thurston
The church and the nineteenth century by Raymond Corrigan
The church in the South American republics, by Edwin Ryan
Creative Revolution by J.F.T. Prince
The Crusades: The World's Debate by Hilaire Belloc
Cultural anthropology (Science and culture series) by Albert Muntsch
A Dynamic World Order by Donald MacLean
The emancipation of a freethinker by Herbert E. Cory
Erasmus, by Christopher Hollis
Father Tim by Harold J. McAuliffe
Francis Thompson: In His Paths by Terence L. Connolly
Francisco Franco,... by Joaquin Arraras
The general who rebuilt the Jesuits by Robert North
Gentle Ireland : an account of a Christian culture in history and modern life by Hugh De Blacam
God's ambassadress, St. Bridget of Sweden, (Science and culture series) by Helen M. D Redpath
Gods of the Gentiles: Non-Jewish Cultural Religions of Antiquity by George Cyril Ring
The Gospel guide;: A practical introduction to the Gospels, (Science and culture series, J. Husslein...general editor) by William Aloysius Dowd
The Gospel in action : the Third order secular of St. Francis and Christian social reform by Paul Revere Martin
Gospel of Saint Mark Presented in Greek Thought-Units and Sense-Lines by James A. Kleist
The Greatest of the Borgias by Margaret Yeo
High Points Medieval Culture by James J. Walsh
Humanity: What? Whence? Whither? by William Edwin Orchard
India from the dawn: new aspects of an old story by M. Ruthnaswamy
The Jesuit in focus by James J. Daly
The Jesuits and Education: The Society's Teaching Principles and Practice, Especially in Secondary Education in the United States by William J. McGucken
Jesus Christ : His life, His teaching, and His work by Ferdinand Prat
The Latin American front, (Science and culture series; Joseph Husslein, general editor) by Joseph Frederic Privitera
Lenin by Christopher Hollis
Makers of the modern mind by Thomas Patrick Neill
Manuscripts and Memories : Chapters in Our Literary Tradition by Michael Earls
Moral problems in social work by Charles R. [from old catalog] McKenney
Mystic in Motley: The Life of St. Philip Neri by Theodore Maynard
The Oxford Movement 1833 to 1933 by Shane Leslie
A Padre Views South America by Peter Masten Dunne
Personality and Successful Living by James A. Magner
The philosophy of morality, (Science and culture series) by Henri Renard
Philosophy of science by Fulton J. Sheen
Principles of juvenile delinquency. by Clement S. Mihanovich
The Protestant reformation in Great Britain, (Science and culture series) by Joseph Clayton
Queen Elizabeth by Theodore Maynard
The question and the answer by Hilaire Belloc
A realistic philosophy; the perennial principles of thought and action in a changing world by Kurt F. Reinhardt
Recruiting for Christ by Godfrey Robert Poage
Religions of unbelief (Science and culture series, Joseph Husslein ... general editor) by Andre Bremond
Romance of the Floridas: The Finding and the Founding by Michael Kenny
THE ROSARY: A Social Remedy. by O.P. Thomas M. Schwertner
Rural Roads to Security: America's Third Struggle for Freedom by Rev. Luigi & Rev. John Rawe Ligguti
Safeguarding mental health by Raphael C. McCarthy
Saint Anselm by Joseph Clayton
The seven golden cities, (Science and culture series) by Mabel Farnum
Shadows over English literature by Constance. Julian
St. Albert the Great by O.P. Thomas M. Schwertner
St. Teresa of Avila by William Thomas Walsh
STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM by Sterling E. Edmunds
A Survey of Catholic Literature by Stephen Brown, SJ
A survey of sociology, by Eva Jeany Ross
The Sword of Saint Michael by Lillian Browne-Olf
Their name is Pius; portraits of five great modern popes by Lillian Browne Olf
These Three Hearts: Blessed Claude de la Colombiere, St. Margaret-Mary, and the Sacred Heart by Margaret Yeo
They lived the faith;: Great lay leaders of modern times (Science and culture series) by Thomas Patrick Neill
THIS EARTH OF OURS. by V Allen
This is Spain (Science and culture series) by Richard Pattee
Thomas More by Christopher Hollis
Three worlds: liberal, communist, and fascist society (Science and culture series: Joseph Husslein, general editor) by Nicholas S. Timasheff
Too Small A World: The Life of Mother Cabrini by Theodore Maynard
Total Empire: Roots and Progress of World Communism by Edmund A. Walsh
Tradition and progress, and other historical essays in culture, religion, and politics by Ross John Swartz Hoffman
TRAINING THE ADOLESCENT. by Raphael C. S.J. McCarthy
Villeneuve-Bargemont: Precursor of Modern Social Catholicism, 1784-1850 by Sister Mary Ignatius Ring
When the earth quakes (Science and culture series) by James Bernard Macelwane

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Series of books about religion, history, literature, geography, science, and social and political issues, edited by the Rev. Joseph Husslein, S.J., and published by the Bruce Publishing Company. The "Science and Culture Series," as well as the "Science and Culture Texts" and the "Religion and Culture Series" (both listed separately), were part of Husslein's "A University in Print" project.

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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