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Foreign Affairs Archives
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Foreign Affairs, October 1928 Issue
- 26 Articles, 180pp
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    Europe and America
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  • , pp. 41-53
  • , pp. 54-63
  • , pp. 64-71
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  • , pp. 150-155
  • Some Recent Books on International Relations, by William L. Langer 
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    (7 Reviews)
    , p. 156
    1. The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics by W.Y. Elliott
    2. The Doctrine of Necessity in International Law by Burleigh Cushing Rodick
    3. The Responsibility of States in International Law by Clyde Eagleton
    4. Freedom of the Seas by Joseph M. Kenworthy Strabolgi and Geo...
    5. The Drafting of the Covenant by David Hunter Miller
    6. The Origins of the League Covenant by Florence A. Wilson
    7. The Mythology of Reparations by Robert E.C. Long
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    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 157
    1. The Recognition Policy of the United States Since 1901 by Taylor Cole
    2. American Policy Toward Russia Since 1917 by Frederick Lewis Schuman
    3. We Fight for Oil by Ludwell Denny
    4. Selected Articles on the Interallied Debts and Revision of the Debt Settlements by James Thayer Gerould and Laura Sheare...
    5. The War Debts: An American View by Philip Dexter and John Hunter Sedgwick
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    (7 Reviews)
    , pp. 158-161
    1. The Memoirs of Raymond Poincare (1913-1914) by Raymond Poincare and George Arthur
    2. The War Guilt by Herbert Wrigley Wilson
    3. Falsehood in Wartime by Arthur Ponsonby
    4. The New Democratic Constitutions of Europe by Agnes Headlam-Morley
    5. Englishmen, Frenchmen, Spaniards by Salvador de Madariaga
    6. Mussolini and the New Italy by Alexander Robertson
    7. Italy's Aegean Possessions by C.D. Booth and Isabelle Bridge Booth
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    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 162-163
    1. Justice for Hungary by Count Albert Apponyi
    2. The Tragedy of Trianon by Robert Donald
    3. The Hungarian-Roumanian Land Dispute by Francis Deak
    4. The Russian Revolution by James Mavor
    5. Leninism by Joseph Stalin
    6. The Real Situation in Russia by Leon Trotsky
    7. The Challenge of Bolshevism by Dorothy F. Buxton
    8. Soviet Russia in the Second Decade by Stuart Chase, Robert Dunn, and Rexfor...
    9. Russia in Resurrection by An English Europasian
    10. Soviet Trade Unions by Robert W. Dunn
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    (11 Reviews)
    , p. 164
    1. British Foreign Policy Under Sir Edward Grey by Maximilian M.K.D. Montgelas
    2. The Life of General Lord Rawlinson of Trent from His Journal and Letters by Frederick Maurice
    3. Peace in Our Time by Austen Chamberlain
    4. The British Liberal Party by Hamilton Fyfe
    5. National Policy and Naval Strength by Herbert W. Richmond
    6. The Irish Free State, 1922-1927 by Denis Gwynn
    7. The Constitution of Northern Ireland by Arthur S. Quekett
    8. India in 1926-1927 by John Coatman
    9. The India We Served by Walter R. Lawrence
    10. Life and Times of C.R. Das by Prithwis C. Ray
    11. The Problem of Indian Administration
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 165
    1. Armenia and the Near East by Fridtjof Nansen
    2. The Persian Gulf by Arnold T. Wilson
  • , p. 166
    1. Armenia and the Near East by Fridtjof Nansen
    2. The Persian Gulf by Arnold T. Wilson
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    (6 Reviews)
    , p. 166
    1. The China Year Book, 1928 by H.G.W. Woodhead
    2. China and World Peace by Mingchien Joshua Bau
    3. Chinese Realities by John Foster
    4. China and England by W.E. Soothill
    5. That Untravell'd World
    6. The Mastery of the Pacific by Frank Fox
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 167
    1. Black Democracy by Harold Palmer Davis
    2. The Roman Catholic Church as a Factor in the Political and Social History of Mexico by Ernesto Galarza
    3. Commerce of South America by Clarence F. Jones
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 167
    1. Race and Civilization by Friedrich O. Hertz
    2. The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism by Bernard Shaw
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    1. Race and Civilization by Friedrich O. Hertz
    2. The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism by Bernard Shaw