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Year 1952 Archives
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    1. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Survey of International Affairs, 1938 by R.G.D. Laffan
      2. Documents on International Affairs, 1939-1946 by Arnold J. Toynbee
      3. The Survival of Political Man by Errol E. Harris
      4. International Law by Cecil Hurst
      5. Enabling Instruments of Members of the United Nations, Part I by Walter H. Zeydel and Waldo Chamberlin
      6. The Beginnings of Diplomacy by Ragnar Numelin
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 327-328
    2. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Awakening: The World at Mid-Century by Erwin D. Canham
      2. New Hopes for a Changing World by Bertrand Russell
      3. The Price of Revolution by D.W. Brogan
      4. Political Realism and Political Idealism by John H. Herz
      5. The Philosophy of Communism by Giorgio La Pira and Charles Boyer
      6. Prelude to War by P.A.M. Van der Esch
      7. A History of the League of Nations by F.P. Walters
      8. The Secretary-General of the United Nations by Stephen M. Schwebel
      9. The Political Role of the General Assembly by H. Field Haviland, Jr.
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1952, p. 669
    3. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Survey of International Affairs, 1947-1948 by Peter Calvocoressi
      2. Documents on International Affairs, 1947-1948 by Margaret Carlyle
      3. The World in March 1939 by Arnold Toynbee and Frank T. Ashton-Gw...
      4. Back Door to War by Charles Callan Tansill
      5. The World Revolution of Our Time by Harold D. Lasswell
      6. The Comparative Study of Elites by Harold D. Lasswell, Daniel Lerner, an...
      7. The Politburo by George K. Schueller
      8. The Nazi Elite by Daniel Lerner
      9. The Comparative Study of Symbols by Harold D. Lasswell, Daniel Lerner, an...
      10. The "Prestige Papers" by Ithiel de Sola Pool
      11. Symbols of Democracy by Ithiel de Sola Pool
      12. How to Co-Exist Without Playing the Kremlin's Game by James P. Warburg
      13. The Citizen Decides by Ralph Barton Perry
      14. Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, 1951 by Clyde Eagleton and Richard N. Swift
      15. Realities of World Power by John E. Kieffer
      16. The Atom Spies by Oliver Pilat
      17. Soviet Atomic Spies by Bernard Newman
      18. The Anatomy of Communism by Andrew MacKay Scott
      19. Constitutions and Constitutional Trends Since World War II by Arnold J. Zurcher
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1952, pp. 150-151
    4. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. The Logic of Liberty by Michael Polanyi
      2. Mid-Century: The Social Implications of Scientific Progress by John Ely Burchard
      3. The World in Crisis by J. Salwyn Schapiro
      4. Collision of East and West by Herrymon Maurer
      5. The Rise and Fall of Civilization by Shepard B. Clough
      6. Of Societies and Men by Caryl P. Haskins
      7. Morals Since 1900 by Gerald Heard
      8. Authority and Delinquency in the Modern State by Alex Comfort
      9. The Human Group by George C. Homans
      10. Education for a World Society by Christian O. Arndt and Samuel Everett
      11. Roads to Agreement by Stuart Chase
      12. Warrior Without Weapons by Marcel Junod
      13. Children of Europe by Dorothy Macardle
      14. International Non-Governmental Organizations by Lyman Cromwell White and Marie Ragone...
      15. Money, Trade, and Economic Growth
      16. Wealth and Income by Brian Tew
      17. Cyclical Movements in the Balance of Payments by Tse Chun Chang
      18. Ten Great Economists: From Marx to Keynes by Joseph A. Schumpeter
      19. Economic Aspects of Atomic Power by Sam H. Schurr and Jacob Marschak
      20. Atomic Energy and the Hydrogen Bomb by Gerald Wendt
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 329-330
    5. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Flight in the Winter by Jurgen Thorwald
      2. Arms and the Men by Ian Hay
      3. The Combined Raw Materials Boards of the Second World War by S. McKee Rosen
      4. Aleutians, Gilberts and Marshalls, June 1942-April 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison
      5. Battle Submerged by Harley Francis Cope and Walter Karig
      6. Lone and Level Sands by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney
      7. Germany and American Neutrality, 1939-1941 by Hans Louis Trefousse
      8. The Struggle for the Mediterranean, 1939-1945 by Raymond de Belot
      9. The Secret Army by T. Bor-Komorowski
      10. With Tito Through the War by Vladimir Dedijer
      11. Sunbeams Like Swords by William F. Jeffery
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 331-332
    6. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Forrestal Diaries by Walter Millis, E.S. Duffield, and Jam...
      2. American Diplomacy, 1900-1950 by George F. Kennan
      3. General MacArthur and President Truman by Richard H. Rovere and Arthur M. Schle...
      4. White Collar by C. Wright Mills
      5. U.S.A.: The Permanent Revolution by Russell W. Davenport
      6. The Battle Against Disloyalty by Nathaniel Weyl
      7. The Communist Trail in America by Jacob Spolansky
      8. United States Administration of Its International Economic Affairs by Wallace Judson Parks
      9. Military Management for National Defense by John Robert Beishline
      10. Inflation in the United States, 1940-1948 by Lester V. Chandler
      11. Hawaii's War Years, 1941-1945 by Gwenfread E. Allen
      12. Pacific Outpost: American Strategy in Guam and Micronesia by Earl S. Pomeroy
      13. Herbert Hoover's Latin-American Policy by Alexander DeConde
      14. Career Ambassador by Willard L. Beaulac
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 333-334
    7. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. German-Soviet Relations Between the Two World Wars, 1919-1939 by Edward Hallett Carr
      2. Europe Between Democracy and Anarchy by Ferdinand A. Hermens
      3. The United States and France by Donald C. McKay
      4. Two Frenchmen by David Thomson
      5. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
      6. Germany: What Now? by Basil Davidson
      7. Germany and the Future of Europe by Hans J. Morgenthau
      8. The Eastern Zone and Soviet Policy in Germany, 1945-50 by J.P. Nettl
      9. Hostages of Civilisation by Eva G. Reichmann
      10. Eugenio Pacelli: Pope of Peace by Oskar Halecki
      11. The Villa Diana by Alan Moorehead
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 335-337
    8. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Must Night Fall? by Tufton V.H. Beamish
      2. The Soviet Linguistic Controversy by John V. Murra, Robert M. Hankin, and ...
      3. The Jews in the Soviet Union by Solomon M. Schwarz
      4. Soviet Attitudes Toward Authority by Margaret Mead
      5. Russian Purge and the Extraction of Confession by Frederick Beck and William Godin
      6. All Quiet in the Kremlin by George Marion
      7. The Soviet Union: Background, Ideology, Reality by Waldemar Gurian
      8. The Soviet Union: The Land and Its People by Georges Jorre
      9. Twentieth-Century Ukraine by Clarence A. Manning
      10. Ukrainian Liberation Movement in Modern Times by Oleh Martovych
      11. Total Terror by Albert Kalme
      12. Invitation to Moscow by Zbigniew Stypulkowski
      13. Jan Masaryk: A Personal Memoir by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
      14. Tito's Communism by Josef Korbel
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, pp. 338-340
    9. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. The British General Election 1950 by H.G. Nicholas
      2. Oversea Settlement by George Frederick Plant
      3. Canada by George Williams Brown
      4. Allegiance by Robert Brennan
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 341
    10. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. Wells of Power by Olaf K. Caroe
      2. Britain and the Middle East by Reader W. Bullard
      3. The Near East and the Great Powers by Richard N. Frye
      4. Seven Fallen Pillars by Jon Kimche
      5. History of Syria by Philip K. Hitti
      6. The New Turks by Eleanor Bisbee
      7. Portrait of a Turkish Family by Irfan Orga
      8. Let My Right Hand Wither by Daniel Spicehandler
      9. Israel Without Tears by Ruth Gruber
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 341
    11. [+]
      (Review)
      South and Southeast Asia
      1. For Fear of Weeping by Patrick Anthony O'Donovan
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 342
    12. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Far East and Pacific Ocean
      1. Yangtse Incident by Lawrence Earl
      2. The Land of the Camel by Schuyler V.R. Cammann
      3. Time of Fallen Blossoms by Allan S. Clifton
      4. The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire by David H. James
      5. First Malayan Republic by George A. Malcolm
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 342
    13. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. White Man Boss by Adamastor
      2. The Tropics: World of Tomorrow by Charles Morrow Wilson
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 343
    14. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Latin America
      1. Murder in Mexico by Leandro A. Sanchez Salazar and Julian...
      2. Paraguayan Interlude by Willard H. Smith and Verna Graber Smith
      3. The British West Indies by William Laurence Burn
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1952, p. 343
    15. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Dominations and Powers by George Santayana
      2. The Search for Peace Settlements by Redvers Opie, Jos W. Ballantine, Jean...
      3. The United Nations and Power Politics by John MacLaurin
      4. Constitution of the United Nations by Alf Ross
      5. Law and Society in the Relations of States by Percy E. Corbett
      6. The International Court of Justice by Oliver J. Lissitzyn
      7. Human Rights as Legal Rights by Pieter N. Drost
      8. Guide to League of Nations Publications by Hans Aufricht
      9. British and Soviet Colonial Systems by Kathleen M. Stahl
      10. The Governmental Process by David B. Truman
      11. The Idea and Practice of World Government by Gerard J. Mangone
      12. The Way of the Free by Stefan Osusky
      13. Two Cheers for Democracy by E.M. Forster
      14. Communism, Democracy, and Catholic Power by Paul Blanshard
      15. A Short History of World War I by James E. Edmonds
      16. Epics of Espionage by Bernard Newman
      17. Political Handbook of the World, 1952 by Walter H. Mallory
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1952, pp. 494-495
    16. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. The Balance of Payments by J.E. Meade
      2. American Monetary Policy by E.A. Goldenweiser
      3. The Accumulation of Capital by Rosa Luxemburg
      4. Propaganda in War and Crisis by Daniel Lerner
      5. The Making of Public Opinion by Emory S. Bogardus
      6. Unesco: Peace in the Minds of Men by Theodore Besterman
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1952, p. 496
    17. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill
      2. The Seizure of Tinian by Carl W. Hoffman
      3. Under the Southern Cross by Francis D. Cronin
      4. Hitler's Strategy by F.H. Hinsley
      5. Master Spy by Ian G. Colvin
      6. Missions Secretes en France by Colonel Passy
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1952, p. 497
    18. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Challenge to Isolation, 1937-1940 by William L. Langer and S. Everett Gle...
      2. Design for War by Frederic R. Sanborn
      3. The Pattern of Responsibility by Dean Acheson and McGeorge Bundy
      4. Joe Tumulty and the Wilson Era by John Morton Blum
      5. Across World Frontiers by Thomas W. Lamont
      6. Beckoning Frontiers: Public and Personal Recollections by Marriner S. Eccles and Sidney Hyman
      7. Fifty Billion Dollars by Jesse H. Jones and Edward Angly
      8. Eisenhower: The Man and the Symbol by John Gunther
      9. A Foreign Policy for Americans by Robert A. Taft
      10. Man Was Meant to Be Free by Harold E. Stassen
      11. The Presidency by Stefan Lorant
      12. Congress: Its Contemporary Role by Ernest S. Griffith
      13. The Economics of Mobilization and Inflation by Seymour E. Harris
      14. Capitalism in America by Frederick Martin Stern
      15. Impact of War on Federal Personnel Administration, 1939-45 by Gladys M. Kammerer
      16. Ships for Victory by Frederic Chapin Lane, Blanche D. Coll...
      17. What's Ahead for American Business by Sumner H. Slichter
      18. Public Relations and American Democracy by John A.R. Pimlott
      19. America's Colonial Experiment by Julius W. Pratt
      20. The Cross, the Sword, and the Dollar by Charles C. Hilliard
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1952, pp. 498-500
    19. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Negotiating with the Russians by Raymond Dennett and Joseph E. Johnson
      2. Russia's Soviet Economy by Harry Schwartz
      3. A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, 1927-28 to 1937 by Alexander Gerschenkron
      4. Russia: Past and Present by Anatole G. Mazour
      5. Soviet Staff Officer by Ivan Krylov
      6. Total Empire by Edmund A. Walsh
      7. Marxism and the Bolshevik State by George Spiro
      8. Bears in the Caviar by Charles W. Thayer
      9. Cases and Readings on Soviet Law by John N. Hazard and Morris L. Weisberg
      10. Pattern for Peace by Antoni Gronowicz
      11. Who's Next? by John Brown
      12. Maps and Politics by Henry Robert Wilkinson
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1952, pp. 504-505