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  • The Making of Tomorrow (1942) by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
    7 Reviews, 2 Readable
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      The Making of Tomorrow, by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      1. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      Commonweal
      , May 29, 1942, p. 138
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      The Making of Tomorrow, by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      1. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      The Saturday Review
      , April 18, 1942, p. 5 - PDF
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      (6 Reviews)
      The Making of Tomorrow, by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      1. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      2. The Destiny of Western Man by W.T. Stace
      3. A New Earth and a New Humanity by Oliver L. Reiser
      4. America in the New Pacific by George E. Taylor
      5. Jews in a Gentile World by Isacque Graeber and Steuart Henderson...
      6. The Philippines: A Study in National Development by Joseph Ralston Hayden
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1942, p. 119 - PDF
    4. Books 
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      (4 Reviews)
      The Making of Tomorrow, by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      1. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      2. Razzle-Dazzle by William Saroyan
      3. The Children by Nina Fedorova
      4. Never Come Morning by Nelson Algren
      The New Yorker
      , April 18, 1942, p. 62
    5. Books 
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      (2 Reviews)
      Headhunting in the Solomon Islands, by Caroline Mytinger
      1. Headhunting in the Solomon Islands by Caroline Mytinger
      2. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      The New Yorker
      , December 26, 1942, pp. 48-50
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      (38 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The Lost Peace by Harold Beresford Butler
      2. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      3. This Age of Fable by Gustav Stolper
      4. Total Victory by Stephen King-Hall
      5. Post-War Worlds by Percy E. Corbett
      6. Strategy for Democracy by J. Donald Kingsley and David W. Peteg...
      7. The Destiny of Western Man by W.T. Stace
      8. The Will to Freedom by Harry Jewell Sarkiss
      9. Democracy and National Unity by William T. Hutchinson
      10. New Liberties for Old by Carl L. Becker
      11. Democracy Through Public Opinion by Harold D. Lasswell
      12. Studies in Political Science and Sociology by Hu Shih
      13. A Declaration of Dependence by Fulton J. Sheen
      14. Democracy or Anarchy? by F.A. Hermens
      15. Design for Power by Frederick L. Schuman and George D. Br...
      16. Twelve Decisive Battles of the Mind by Gorham B. Munson
      17. The Failures of Peace by Kent Forster
      18. North America: Wheel of the Future by Hawthorne Daniel
      19. Ten Years: The World on the Way to War, 1930-1940 by Dwight E. Lee
      20. Something Went Wrong by Lewis Browne
      21. The Tragedy of Europe by John A.R. Marriott
      22. Outline of Zionist History by Lotta Levensohn
      23. Jews in a Gentile World by Isacque Graeber and Steuart Henderson...
      24. A Quest for International Order by Jackson H. Ralston
      25. War and Peace in the Law of Islam by Majid Khadduri
      26. International Legislation, Vol. VII: 1935-1937 by Manley O. Hudson
      27. International Air Transport and National Policy by Oliver J. Lissitzyn
      28. Grand Strategy by Henry A. Sargeaunt and Geoffrey West
      29. Peace by Power by Lionel Gelber
      30. Mechanized Might by Paul C. Raborg
      31. Radio Goes to War by Charles J. Rolo
      32. War Wings by David C. Cooke
      33. The Destiny of Sea Power by John Philips Cranwell
      34. Great Soldiers of the Two World Wars by H.A. de Weerd
      35. Fatal Partners: War and Disease by Ralph H. Major
      36. Bombs and Bombing by Willy Ley
      37. The Sea of Memories by Charles Moran
      38. Political Handbook of the World, 1942 by Walter H. Mallory
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1942, pp. 771-773
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      (Review)
      The Making of Tomorrow, by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      1. The Making of Tomorrow by Raoul de Roussy de Sales
      The Nation
      , April 18, 1942, pp. 464-465