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What I Saw in America

G. K. Chesterton

1. Section 01 – Chapter 01 – Part 1 – What is America
2. Section 02 – Chapter 01 – Part 2 – What is America
3. Section 03 – Chapter 02 – Part 1 – A Meditation in a New York Hotel
4. Section 04 – Chapter 02 – Part 2 – A Meditation in a New York Hotel
5. Section 05 – Chapter 03 – Part 1 – A Meditation in Broadway
6. Section 06 – Chapter 03 – Part 2 – Medidation in Broadway
7. Section 07 – Chapter 04 – Part 1- Irish and Other Interviewers
8. Section 08 – Chapter 04 – Part 2 – Irish and Other Interviewers
9. Section 09 – Chapter 05 – Part 1 – Some American Cities
10. Section 10 – Chapter 05 – Part 2 – Some American Cities
11. Section 11 – Chapter 06 – Part 1 – In the American Country
12. Section 12 – Chapter 06 – Part 2 – In the American Country
13. Section 13 – Chapter 07 – Part 1 – The American Business Man
14. Section 14 – Chapter 07 – Part 2 – The American Business Man
15. Section 15 – Chapter 07 – Part 3 – The American Business Man
16. Section 16 – Chapter 08 – Part 1 – Presidents and Problems
17. Section 17 – Chapter 08 – Part 2 – Presidents and Problems
18. Section 18 – Chapter 08 – Part 3 – Presidents and Problems
19. Section 19 – Chapter 09 – Part 1 – Prohibition in Fact and Fancy
20. Section 20 – Chapter 09 – Part 2 – Prohibition in Fact and Fancy
21. Section 21 – Chapter 10 – Part 1 – Fads and Public Opinions
22. Section 20 – Chapter 10 – Part 2 – Fads and Public Opinion
23. Section 23 – Chapter 11 – The Extraordinary American
24. Section 24 – Chapter 12 – The Republican in the Ruins
25. Section 25 – Chapter 13 – Is the Atlantic Narrowing?
26. Section 26 – Chapter 14 – Lincoln and Lost Causes
27. Section 27 – Chapter 15 – Part 1 – Wells and the World State
28. Section 28 – Chapter 15 – Part 2 – Wells and the World State
29. Section 29 – Chapter 16 – A New Martin Chuzzlewit
30. Section 39 – Chapter 17 – The Spirit of America
31. Section 31 – Chapter 18 – The Spirit of England
32. Section 32 – Chapter 19 – The Future of Democracy

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“Let me begin my American impressions with two impressions I had before I went to America. One was an incident and the other an idea; and when taken together they illustrate the attitude I mean. The first principle is that nobody should be ashamed of thinking a thing funny because it is foreign; the second is that he should be ashamed of thinking it wrong because it is funny.” (Gilbert Keith Chesterton)