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The Inside of the Cup by Winston Churchill
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The Inside of the Cup (1913)

by Winston Churchill

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The Inside of the Cup is a 1913 best-selling novel by American writer Winston Churchill. The story was first serialized in Hearst's Magazine from April 1912 through July 1913, and was released in book form in May 1913. The best selling book in the United States for 1913, it sparked a nationwide debate about the role of Christianity in modern life.
  darlenebuckner | Feb 18, 2019 |
A splendid story with striking parallels with the social
situation of a century later ( )
  nholmes | Sep 23, 2006 |
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With few exceptions, the incidents recorded in these pages take place in one of the largest cities of the United States of America, and of that portion known as the Middle West,---a city once conservative and provincial, and rather proud of these qualities; but now outgrown them, and linked by lightning limited trains to other teeming centres of the modern world: a city overtaken, in recent years, by the plague which has swept our country from the Atlantic to the Pacific---Prosperity.
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