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Year 1951 Archives
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    1. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Europe in Decay by Lewis B. Namier
      2. Two Memoirs by John Maynard Keynes
      3. Truman, Stalin and Peace by Albert H.Z. Carr
      4. Authoritarianism and the Individual by Harold Metz and Charles A.H. Thomson
      5. International Relations in the Age of the Conflict Between Democracy and Dictatorship by Robert Strausz-Hupe and Stefan Possony
      6. Even Now by Robert G. Vansittart
      7. Pax Futura by Willy Hellpach
      8. Reprieve from War by Lionel M. Gelber
      9. How Can We the People Achieve a Just Peace?
      10. How to Wage Peace by Hans W. Rosenhaupt
      11. European Movement and the Coucil of Europe
      12. Geo-Economic Regionalism and World Federation by Maurice Parmelee
      13. The Study of Comparative Government by Jasper Berry Shannon
      14. Minimum Standard of International Law Applied to Aliens by Andreas H. Roth
      15. The Statesman's Year-Book 1950 by S.H. Steinberg
      16. The South American Handbook 1950 by Howell Davies
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 315-316
    2. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Policy for the West by Barbara Ward
      2. Defence of the West by Basil H. Liddell Hart
      3. The Price of Survival by Joseph B. Sweet
      4. Power and Politics by Hanson W. Baldwin
      5. From Napoleon to Stalin by A.J.P. Taylor
      6. Shooting an Elephant, and Other Essays by George Orwell
      7. International Law and Human Rights by Hersch Lauterpacht
      8. The Law of the United Nations by Hans Kelsen
      9. The North Atlantic Treaty, the Brussels Treaty, and the Charter of the United Nations by W. Eric Beckett
      10. International Legislation, Vol. IX: 1942-1945 by Manley O. Hudson and Louis B. Sohn
      11. A Constitution for the World Government by Sanjib K. Chaudhuri
      12. Internationalism and Democracy by Stuart Gerry Brown
      13. The Politics of Murder by Joseph Bornstein
      14. History of the Great War by James E. Edmonds and H.R. Davies
      15. The Hell Bomb by William L. Laurence
      16. Political Handbook of the World, 1951 by Walter H. Mallory
      17. An Encyclopedia of Modern World Politics by Walter Theimer
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, pp. 488-490
    3. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Seven Decisions That Shaped History by Sumner Welles
      2. Peace Can Be Won by Paul G. Hoffman
      3. Challenge and Decision by Edgar Ansel Mowrer
      4. Peacemaking in Perspective: From Paris to Potsdam by F.W. Pick
      5. Voting and the Handling of Disputes in the Security Council by Eduardo Jimenez de Arechaga
      6. Defence in the Cold War
      7. The Law of the Sea by William McFee
      8. Natural Selection of Political Forces by Adolf A. Berle, Jr.
      9. Security, Loyalty, and Science by Walter Gellhorn
      10. War in Three Dimensions by Edgar J. Kingston-McCloughry
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1951, pp. 664-665
    4. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. In Defense of the National Interest by Hans J. Morgenthau
      2. The Political Collapse of Europe by Hajo Holborn
      3. Law and Peace by Edwin D. Dickinson
      4. Strengthening the Framework of Peace by Alan de Rusett
      5. Fundamentals of World Organization by Werner Levi
      6. Unite or Perish by Paul Reynaud
      7. The Prospect Before Us by John Dos Passos
      8. The Age of Terror by Leslie A. Paul
      9. The Front Is Everywhere by William R. Kintner
      10. Power and Society by Harold D. Lasswell and Abraham Kaplan
      11. A World Airlift by Elvira K. Fradkin
      12. The United Nations in Action by Eugene P. Chase
      13. Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, 1950 by Clyde Eagleton and Richard N. Swift
      14. The Diplomatic Year Book by Myron Leslie Hurwitz
      15. The Yearbook of World Affairs, 1951 by George W. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenb...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1951, pp. 152-153
    5. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. War and the Minds of Men by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
      2. War and Civilization by Arnold J. Toynbee and Albert Vann Fowler
      3. The Idea of Conflict by Kurt Singer
      4. Zero: The Story of Terrorism by Robert Payne
      5. The Dilemma of the Idealist by David Bryn-Jones
      6. Making Capitalism Work by Dexter Merriam Keezer
      7. Twentieth Century Economic Thought by Glenn Edwin Hoover
      8. The Economic Role of the State by William Aylott Orton
      9. The United States and the Restoration of World Trade by William Adams Brown, Jr.
      10. New Concept in the Quest for Peace by Paul Eric Keofod
      11. International Monetary and Financial Conferences in the Interwar Period by Dean E. Traynor
      12. Movements for Economic Reform by Philip Taft
      13. Wartime Economic Co-Operation by R. Warren James
      14. Problems in the Collection and Comparability of International Statistics
      15. The Sociology of Colonies by Rene Maunier
      16. Oil in the Modern World by Raj Narain Gupta
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 317-319
    6. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Our Jungle Road to Tokyo by Robert L. Eichelberger and Milton Mac...
      2. The Pacific: Guadalcanal to Saipan, August 1942 to July 1944 by Wesley Frank Craven and James Lea Cate
      3. Ill Met by Moonlight by W. Stanley Moss
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, p. 320
    7. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Man of Independence by Jonathan Daniels
      2. Bureaucracy in a Democracy by Charles S. Hyneman
      3. Modern Republic by Spencer Pinkham
      4. Federal Reserve Policy-Making by George Leland Bach
      5. Wartime Economic Planning in Agriculture by Bela Gold
      6. Trade and Agriculture by D. Gale Johnson
      7. Production and Welfare of Agriculture by Theodore W. Schultz
      8. The Road to Pearl Harbor by Herbert Feis
      9. America's Second Crusade by William Henry Chamberlin
      10. Faith, Purpose and Power by James P. Warburg
      11. Ordeal by Slander by Owen Lattimore
      12. Character Assassination by Jerome Davis
      13. A Generation on Trial by Alistair Cooke
      14. The Pre-Election Polls of 1948 by Frederick Mosteller, Herbert Hyman, P...
      15. European Beliefs Regarding the United States, 1949 by Henry Lee Munson
      16. Statehood for Hawaii by William C. Dill
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, p. 321
    8. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. The Belgian Kempenland by Francis John Monkhouse
      2. Contemporary Danish Politicians by Poul Hansen
      3. The Debate on the Foreign Policy of Sweden, 1918-1939 by Herbert L.G. Tingsten
      4. Germany and the Fight for Freedom by Lucius D. Clay
      5. The Fall of the German Gods by H.E. Westermeyer
      6. Friedrich Ebert by Max Peters
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 322-325
    9. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Soviet Politics: The Dilemma of Power by Barrington Moore, Jr.
      2. The Government of the Soviet Union by Samuel N. Harper and Ronald Thompson
      3. The People of Great Russia by Geoffrey Gorer and John Rickman
      4. Verdict of Three Decades by Julien Steinberg
      5. Moscow Correspondent by Ralph Parker
      6. The Election to the Russian Constituent Assembly of 1917 by Oliver Henry Radkey
      7. An Introduction to Russian History and Culture by Ivar Spector
      8. The Deadly Parallel by George Backer
      9. Stalin and the Poles by Bronislaw Kusnierz
      10. Soviet Trade Unions by Isaac Deutscher
      11. Industrial Management in the USSR by A. Arakelian
      12. The Cardinal's Story by Stephen K. Swift
      13. Tito by George Bilainkin
      14. Macedonia: A Switzerland of the Balkans by Ivan G. Mikhailov
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 326-327
    10. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. British Politics Since 1900 by D.C. Somervell
      2. Days for Decision by Anthony Eden
      3. Political Opinion by Henry W. Durant
      4. British Railways and Economic Recovery by Kenneth H. Johnston
      5. English Social Services: Methods and Growth by Emmeline W. Cohen
      6. Canada in World Affairs: The Pre-War Years by Frederic Hubert Soward
      7. Democratic Government Canada by Robert MacGregor Dawson
      8. We Went to Australia by David E. Walker
      9. Freedom and Planning in Australia by A. Campbell Garnett
      10. India by C.H. Philips
      11. New Zealand by Harold Gladstone Miller
      12. Burma by Daniel G.E. Hall
      13. South Africa: A Short History by Arthur Keppel-Jones
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, p. 328
    11. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. The Middle East: A Political and Economic Survey
      2. The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion by Louis Finkelstein
      3. The Republic of Israel by Joseph Dunner
      4. On the Road to Zion by Daniel Frisch
      5. Fifty Years of Zionism by Oscar K. Rabinowicz
      6. Building Israel by Arthur Ruppin
      7. New Star in the Near East by Kenneth W. Bilby
      8. I Saw the Battle of Jerusalem by Harry Levin
      9. The Army of Israel by Moshe Pearlman
      10. Going to Jerusalem by Willie Snow Ethridge
      11. Israel Revisited by Ralph McGill
      12. Report on Israel by Irwin Shaw and Robert Capa
      13. Palestine Is Our Business by Millar Burrows
      14. Israel in Crisis by A.B. Magil
      15. The Land and People of Israel by Gail Hoffman
      16. Education in Arab Countries of the Near East by Roderic D. Matthews and Matta Akrawi
      17. Foundations of Turkish Nationalism by Uriel Heyd
      18. A Searchlight on the Armenian Question, 1878-1950 by J. Missakian
      19. The Iranian Seven-Year Plan and Its Monetary Effects by Ali Moarefi
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 329-330
    12. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      South and Southeast Asia
      1. Independence and After by Jawaharlal Nehru
      2. Interview with India by John Frederick Muehl
      3. Indian Industrial Labour by T.N. Rastogi
      4. Bengal in Maps by S.P. Chatterjee
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, p. 331
    13. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Far East and Pacific Ocean
      1. Dateline: China by Hollington K. Tong
      2. Conflict in the Far East by James William Christopher
      3. The Beginnings of Political Democracy in Japan by Nobutaka Ike
      4. Journey to the "Missouri" by Toshikazu Kase
      5. Why War Came in Korea by Robert T. Oliver
      6. The Epic of Korea by A. Wigfall Green
      7. Saga of Jose P. Laurel by Teofilo Del Castillo and Jose Del Cas...
      8. Kon-Tiki: Across the Pacific by Raft by Thor Heyerdahl
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 331-332
    14. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Seven Across the Sahara by W. Harold Ingrams
      2. The Groundnut Affair by Alan Wood
      3. African Switzerland by Eric Rosenthal
      4. East African Agriculture by J.K. Matheson and E.W. Bovill
      5. The Griquas of Griqualand by Samuel James Halford
      6. Twilight in South Africa by Henry Gibbs
      7. Africa: Britain's Third Empire by George Padmore
      8. The Golden Land by Julian Mockford
      9. Seretse Khama by Julian Mockford
      10. The Zulu People by Alfred T. Bryant
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, p. 333
    15. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Latin America and the West Indies
      1. Social Science Trends in Latin America by Harold E. Davis
      2. Latin American Leaders by Harold Eugene Davis
      3. Mexico: A Land of Volcanoes by Joseph H. Schlarman
      4. Rural Cuba by Lowry Nelson
      5. Honduras: An Area Study in Government by William S. Stokes
      6. After England--We by A.H. Maloney
      7. The Bolivar Countries: Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela by William Richard Russell
      8. Three Worlds of Peru by Frances Toor
      9. The Road to Cuzco by Ena Dargan
      10. The Epic of the Chaco by Pablo Max Ynsfran and Jose Felix Esti...
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1951, pp. 334-335
    16. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. The Human Use of Human Beings by Norbert Wiener
      2. Strategy in Poker, Business and War by John McDonald
      3. Tensions that Cause Wars by Hadley Cantril
      4. Tensions Affecting International Understanding by Otto Klineberg
      5. Freedom, Power, and Democratic Planning by Karl Mannheim
      6. Stability by Frederick E. Dessauer
      7. Race and Culture by Robert Ezra Park
      8. Bold New Program by Willard R. Espy
      9. Peace by Investment by Benjamin A. Javits
      10. Monetary Theory and Public Policy by Kenneth K. Kurihara
      11. Self-Government for the Colonies by Walter R. Crocker
      12. Nationalism and Internationalism by Edward Mead Earle
      13. The Philosophy of Civilization by Albert Schweitzer
      14. I Did Not Interview the Dead by David P. Boder
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, p. 491
    17. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Calculated Risk by Mark W. Clark
      2. The Hinge of Fate by Winston S. Churchill
      3. Hitler Directs His War by Felix Gilbert
      4. A Short Story of 21 Army Group by Hugh Darby and Marcus Cunliffe
      5. The Marines Were There by Robert Bruce Lockhart
      6. Always a Fusilier by C. Northcote Parkinson
      7. The Green Beret by Hilary St. George Saunders
      8. The Red Beret by Hilary St. George Saunders
      9. Ack-Ack by Frederick A. Pile
      10. Operation Cicero by Ludwig Carl Moyzisch
      11. The Crucible by Yay Panlilio
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, pp. 492-493
    18. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt by Franklin D. Roosevelt
      2. From Versailles to the New Deal by Harold U. Faulkner
      3. The Era of Franklin D. Roosevelt by Denis W. Brogan
      4. War for the World by Fletcher Pratt
      5. The United States in a Chaotic World by Allan Nevins
      6. The United States as a World Power by Samuel Flagg Bemis
      7. The Diplomacy of the Dollar by Herbert Feis
      8. Air Transportation by G. Lloyd Wilson and Leslie A. Bryan
      9. The Strengthening of American Political Institutions by A.S. Mike Monroney
      10. The Puerto Rican Journey by C. Wright Mills
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, pp. 494-495
    19. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. All Honorable Men by James Stewart Martin
      2. England and Germany: Affinity and Contrast by Hermann Levy
      3. Account Settled by Hjalmar Schacht
      4. This Is Germany by Arthur Settel
      5. The Holy See at Work by Edward Louis Heston
      6. The Vatican and the Kremlin by Camille M. Cianfarra
      7. The Vatican and Its Role in World Affairs by Charles Pichon
      8. Pius XII by Piero Bargellini
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, pp. 496-498
    20. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Tito and Goliath by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
      2. Tito v. Stalin by Jan Yindrich
      3. The Soviet Image of the United States by Frederick C. Barghoorn
      4. America Faces Russia by Thomas A. Bailey
      5. The American Impact on Russia by Max M. Laserson
      6. The Russian Revolution by M.N. Roy
      7. Justice in Russia by Harold J. Berman
      8. The Police State by Craig Thompson
      9. The Soviet Air Force by Asher Lee
      10. Joseph Stalin
      11. Soviet Treaty Series by Leonard Shapiro
      12. Finland: The Adventures of a Small Power by Hugh Shearman
      13. The World of the Slavs by Albert Mousset
      14. Central and South East Europe, 1945-1948 by Reginald R. Betts
      15. Greek Monetary Developments, 1939-1948 by Dimitrios Delvanis and William C. Cle...
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1951, pp. 499-500