Remember that, as stated by George Jean Nathan, author, editor, and critic, "Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.
What does GJN stand for?
GJN stands for George Jean Nathan (playwright)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 4 other meanings of GJN in our Acronym Attic
- Global Justice Movement
- Golden Jubilee Medal
- Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (India; separatist political party)
- Great Jazz Masters (Japan)
- Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Area (South Africa)
- Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council (South Africa)
- Godawri Jiwachh Memorial Hospital & Research Centre (India)
- Global Journal of Mathematical Sciences
- Gomal Journal of Medical Sciences (Pakistan)
- Gallop, Johnson and Neuman (law firm; St. Louis, MO)
- Global Jaringan Nusantara (Indonesian: Global Archipelago Network)
- Golden Jubilee National Hospital (UK)
- German Junior National Team
- Good Jobs New York
- Grand Junction Office (DOE, Colorado)
- Greater Jedi Order (Star Wars)
- Go Jump Off a Cliff You Smelly Pile of Camel Dung (insult)
- Gap Junction Protein
- Gemensamma Jordbrukspolitiken (Swedish: Common Agricultural Policy / European Commission, aka: CAP)
- Georgia Justice Project (est. 1986)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mencken and George Jean Nathan, as a neglected venue for (what is now canonical) modernism; examines how key themes and concerns of modernism often appeared in similar fashion within the pages of the interwar pulp magazines; and describes the role of sensationalism in high-modernism as an entry point for a popular audience in the late-1940s and 1950s, particularly within case studies of elements of violent and sexual sensationalism, economic patronage, commercial pandering, and intrinsic visuality in William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway.
He frequently explained and even justified his plays to friends like George Jean Nathan.
George Jean Nathan -- The best thing about this group of candidates is that only one of them can win .
George Jean Nathan, American drama critic (1882-1958) "Under capitalism man exploits man; under socialism the reverse is true.
COMMENTS ON THE "POSTCARD NOTES" Line 1: "Am Mercury returned" - A heading for the list of three stories returned from Mercury, which was established in early 1924 by its editors, George Jean Nathan and H.
FISCHER Associate Mass Media Editor, USA Today, and Professor of Communication, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks Henry Louis Mencken wrote 30 books and contributed to 20 others; with George Jean Nathan, he edited the monthly Smart Set from 1914 to 1923; and, in 1924, he helped establish the American Mercury, which he managed until 1933.
Eliot to Mencken and George Jean Nathan when they edited the magazine Smart Set--was "immensely talented but with an unmistakable flavor of the mountebank.