Midwest at Noon

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Midwest at Noon

By Graham Hutton
University of Chicago Press, 1946
350 pp. $3.50

Mr. Hutton, formerly one of the editors of The Economist of London, passed most of the war years as head of the British Information Office in Chicago. This is not so much a book of reminiscences as a friendly description and analysis of the forces which make the Midwest and its inhabitants what they are.

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