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    1. Foreign Affairs Bibliography (1955) by Henry L. Roberts, Jean Gunther, and Janis A. Kreslins
      A Selected and Annotated List of Books on International Relations, 1952-1962
      2 Reviews
    2. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Power Through Purpose by Thomas I. Cook and Malcolm Moos
      2. Civilization and Foreign Policy by Louis J. Halle
      3. A Philosophy for Our Time by Bernard M. Baruch
      4. Essays in the Public Philosophy by Walter Lippmann
      5. The Evolution of Diplomatic Method by Harold Nicolson
      6. Popular Diplomacy and War by Sisley Huddleston
      7. Research for Peace by Quincy Wright, W. Fred Cottrell, and ...
      8. The Lie About the West by Douglas Jerrold
      9. A Program for Conservatives by Russell Kirk
      10. Today's Isms by William Ebenstein
      11. Freedom, Loyalty, Dissent by Henry Steele Commager
      12. Struggle for Tomorrow by Basil J. Vlavianos and Feliks Gross
      13. The Struggle for Mastery in Europe, 1848-1918 by A.J.P. Taylor
      14. Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles by Henry L. Bretton
      15. Germany and the Soviet Union, 1939-1941 by Gerhard L. Weinberg
      16. World History from 1914 to 1961 by David Thomson
      17. European Peace Treaties After World War II by Amelia C. Leiss and Raymond Dennett
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1955, pp. 511-512
    3. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Two Minutes Till Midnight by Elmer H. Davis
      2. Common Sense and World Affairs by Dorothy Fosdick
      3. American Strategy in the Atomic Age by George C. Reinhardt
      4. Political Warfare by John Scott
      5. Admiral Ambassador to Russia by William H. Standley and Arthur A. Ageton
      6. Marxism: Past and Present by R.N. Carew Hunt
      7. The Communist Theory of Law by Hans Kelsen
      8. War of Wits by Ladislas Farago
      9. Spies at Work by Ronald Seth
      10. Great Britain and the United States by H.C. Allen
      11. UN: The First Ten Years by Clark M. Eichelberger
      12. Federalism: Mature and Emergent by Arthur W. Macmahon
      13. Revolution of the Lonely by P.J. Bouman
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1955, pp. 689-690
    4. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The United States in World Affairs, 1953 by Richard P. Stebbins
      2. Survey of International Affairs, 1952 by Peter Calvocoressi
      3. Documents on International Affairs, 1952 by Denise Folliot
      4. The Dignity of Man by Russell W. Davenport
      5. The American Tradition in Foreign Policy by Frank Tannenbaum
      6. Toward International Understanding by Yasaka Takagi
      7. Billions, Blunders, and Baloney by Eugene W. Castle
      8. Personalities and Powers by Lewis B. Namier
      9. Asia and Africa in the Modern World by S.L. Poplai
      10. History of the Three Internationals by William Z. Foster
      11. Atomic Weapons and Armies by Ferdinand O. Miksche
      12. Development of the Guided Missile by Kenneth W. Gatland
      13. Identity and Continuity of States in Public International Law by Krystyna Marek
      14. A Half Century of International Problems by Frederic R. Coudert and Allan Nevins
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1955, p. 154
    5. [+]
      (25 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. A Study of History by Arnold J. Toynbee
      2. Power and Policy by Thomas K. Finletter
      3. A Decade of Decision by Fred Hoyle
      4. In the Name of Sanity by Lewis Mumford
      5. Freedom Against Itself by Clarence K. Streit
      6. Christianity, Diplomacy and War by Herbert Butterfield
      7. A New Pattern for a Tired World by Louis Bromfield
      8. The Myth of the Good and Bad Nations by Rene A. Wormser
      9. Strategy: The Indirect Approach by Basil H. Liddell Hart
      10. The Hydrogen Bomb by James R. Shepley and Clay Blair, Jr.
      11. Ideas and Weapons by Irving Brinton Holley, Jr.
      12. Cavalry of the Sky by Lynn Montross
      13. In the Cause of Peace by Trygve Lie
      14. The Problem of State Succession with Regard to Treaties by R.W.G. de Muralt
      15. Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, 1953 by Clyde Eagleton and Richard N. Swift
      16. Foreign Policy Analysis by Feliks Gross
      17. Decision-Making as an Approach to the Study of International Politics by Richard C. Snyder, H.W. Bruck, and Bu...
      18. The Allies and the Russian Revolution by Robert D. Warth
      19. The Policy of England and France Toward the "Anschluss" of 1938 by Sister Mary Antonia Wathen
      20. The Rebel by Albert Camus
      21. The Invisible Writing by Arthur Koestler
      22. The Appeals of Communism by Gabriel A. Almond, Herbert E. Krugman...
      23. The Meaning of Nationalism by Louis L. Snyder
      24. Political Parties by Maurice Duverger
      25. The People's Right to Know by Harold L. Cross
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, pp. 332-335
    6. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. Faith and Freedom by Barbara Ward
      2. Trade, Aid, or What? by Willard L. Thorp
      3. The Pool of Knowledge by Katherine B. Shippen
      4. The Dollar Dilemma: Perpetual Aid to Europe? by Melchior Palyi
      5. Art Under a Dictatorship by Hellmut Lehmann-Haupt
      6. The Twentieth-Century Capitalist Revolution by Adolf A. Berle, Jr.
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, p. 336
    7. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Sicily-Salerno-Anzio, January 1943-June 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison
      2. The Organization and Role of the Army Service Forces by John David Millett
      3. The Marshalls: Increasing the Tempo by Robert D. Heinl, Jr. and John A. Crown
      4. The Early Successes Against Italy (To May 1941) by I.S.O. Playfair
      5. The Defensive by S.W. Roskill
      6. Sunk by Mochitsura Hashimoto
      7. We Remained by R.W. Volckmann
      8. Unconditional Hatred by Russell Grenfell
      9. Management of Agriculture and Food in the German-Occupied and Other Areas of Fortress Europe by Karl Brandt
      10. Boldness Be My Friend by Richard Pape
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, pp. 336-337
    8. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. Realities of American Foreign Policy by George F. Kennan
      2. The Limits of Foreign Policy by Charles Burton Marshall
      3. MacArthur: 1941-1951 by Charles A. Willoughby and John Chambe...
      4. The Untold Story of Douglas MacArthur by Frazier Hunt
      5. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
      6. The Legislative Struggle by Bertram M. Gross
      7. Race, Jobs, and Politics: The Story of FEPC by Louis Ruchames
      8. The Golden Door by J. Campbell Bruce
      9. Where We Came Out by Granville Hicks
      10. Rosenberg Case: Fact and Fiction by S. Andhil Fineberg
      11. Catholicism in America by George N. Shuster
      12. Prelude to Point Four by Merle E. Curti and Kendall Birr
      13. Survey of United States International Finance, 1953 by Gardner Patterson, John M. Gunn, Jr.,...
      14. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1953 by Peter V. Curl
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, p. 338
    9. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. European Union and United States Foreign Policy by F.S.C. Northrop
      2. The Economic Future of Europe
      3. Politics in Post-War France by Philip Williams
      4. The Death of the Fourth Republic by Ronald Matthews
      5. Who's Who in France: Paris
      6. Toward Understanding Germany by Robert H. Lowie
      7. German History: Some New German Views by Hans Kohn
      8. The Bormann Letters by H.R. Trevor-Roper and Martin Bormann
      9. The Scourge of the Swastika by Edward F.L. Russell
      10. Tyranny on Trial by Whitney R. Harris
      11. The Sword in the Scales by Hans Fritzsche and Hildegard Springer
      12. The Seven Men of Spandau by Jack Fishman
      13. The Redeemers by Leo W. Schwarz
      14. Close Contact by Brigadier Claude H. Dewhurst
      15. The Dancing Bear: Berlin de Profundis by Frances Faviell
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, pp. 339-341
    10. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Religion Behind the Iron Curtain by George N. Shuster
      2. Russia's Danubian Empire by Gordon Brook-Shepherd
      3. The Soviet Regime: Communism in Practice by W.W. Kulski
      4. Through the Glass of Soviet Literature by Ernest J. Simmons
      5. Farming in Finland by W.R. Mead
      6. A King's Heritage by Peter II of Yugoslavia
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, p. 342
    11. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. The Middle East, 1945-1950 by George E. Kirk
      2. The Middle East: Problem Area in World Politics by Halford L. Hoskins
      3. Cities and Men: An Autobiography by Harry Luke
      4. Oil in the Middle East: Its Discovery and Development by Stephen Hemsley Longrigg
      5. Road to Mecca by Muhammad Asad
      6. End of an Exile by James W. Parkes
      7. Oil Diplomacy: Powderkeg in Iran by Nasrollah S. Fatemi
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, p. 343
    12. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      South and Southeast Asia
      1. South-East Asia: A Short History by Brian Harrison
      2. Aspects of Economic Development in South Asia by Robert I. Crane and Burton Stein
      3. Communism and Peasantry by Ram Swarup
      4. Men Against the Jungle by Ritchie Calder
      5. From Raj to Swaraj by Dhirendranath Sen
      6. India and Pakistan: A Continent Decides by Christopher B. Birdwood
      7. Danger in Kashmir by Josef Korbel
      8. The Communist Party of India by Minocheher R. Masani
      9. In the Shadow of the Mahatma by G.D. Birla
      10. Malaya: Communist or Free? by Victor Purcell
      11. Jungle Green by Arthur Campbell
      12. Indonesia: Land of Challenge by Margueritte Harmon Bro
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, pp. 344-345
    13. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      1. Red Dust of Kenya by Alyse Simpson
      2. South Africa in a Changing World by Edgar H. Brookes
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1955, p. 347
    14. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. Approaches to Economic Development by Norman S. Buchanan and Howard S. Ellis
      2. World Trade Polices by Henry Chalmers
      3. World Population and World Food Supplies by E. John Russell
      4. Hungry People and Empty Lands by S. Chandrasekhar
      5. Migration and Economic Growth by Brinley Thomas
      6. New Life in Old Lands by Kathleen McLaughlin
      7. Workshops for the World by Graham Beckel
      8. The Economist in the Twentieth Century by Lionel Robbins
      9. Oxford Economic Atlas of the World
      10. Economic Doctrine and Method by Joseph Schumpeter
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1955, pp. 513-514
    15. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Assignment to Catastrophe by Edward Louis Spears
      2. Leyte: The Return to the Philippines by M. Hamlin Cannon
      3. The Recapture of Guam by Orlan R. Lodge
      4. Ambassadors in Arms by Thomas D. Murphy
      5. German Military Intelligence by Paul Leverkuehn
      6. The First and the Last by Adolf Galland
      7. The Death of Hitler's Germany by Georges Blond
      8. Air War Against Germany and Italy, 1939-1943 by John Herington
      9. The Unseen and Silent
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1955, p. 515
    16. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. Politics in America by D.W. Brogan
      2. The American People in the Twentieth Century by Oscar Handlin
      3. The United States in a Changing World by James P. Warburg
      4. Call to Greatness by Adlai E. Stevenson
      5. The Secret Diary of Harold L. Ickes, Vol. I by Harold L. Ickes
      6. My Name is Tom Connally by Thomas T. Connally and Alfred Steinberg
      7. The Magnificent Mitscher by Theodore Taylor
      8. The Captains and the Kings by Edith Benham Helm
      9. Fear, the Accuser by Daniel S. Gillmor
      10. American Demagogues: Twentieth Century by Reinhard H. Luthin
      11. McCarthy and the Communists by James Rorty and Moshe Decter
      12. The State of Alaska by Ernest Gruening
      13. Alaska, 1741-1953 by Clarence C. Hulley
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1955, p. 516
    17. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Harvest of Hate by Leon Poliakov
      2. The Vichy Regime, 1940-44 by Robert Aron and Georgette Elgey
      3. The French Theory of the Nation in Arms, 1866-1939 by Richard D. Challener
      4. The French Labor Movement by Val R. Lorwin
      5. Protestantism and Politics in France by Stuart R. Schram
      6. Iceland, Old-New Republic by Amy Elizabeth Jensen
      7. October '43 by Aage Bertelsen
      8. West Norway and Its Fjords by Frank Noel Stagg
      9. The Wilhelmstrasse by Paul Seabury
      10. The Young Hitler I Knew by August Kubizek
      11. Communist Close-Up by Vincent R. Tortora
      12. Germany, 1945-1954
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1955, pp. 517-519