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Foreign Affairs, April 1933 Issue
- 25 Articles, 164pp
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  • Some Recent Books on International Relations, by William L. Langer 
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    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 526-527
    1. Foreign Affairs Bibliography, 1919-1932 by William L. Langer and Hamilton Fish A...
    2. Political Handbook of the World, 1933 by Walter H. Mallory
    3. Survey of International Affairs, 1931 by Arnold J. Toynbee
    4. Documents on International Affairs, 1931 by John W. Wheeler-Bennett
    5. The Balance of the Continents by Mariano H. Cornejo
    6. War and Western Civilization, 1832-1932 by J.F.C. Fuller
    7. The Protection of Nationals by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
    8. The League of Year-Book, 1932 by Judith Jackson and Stephen King-Hall
    9. The League on Trial by Max Beer
    10. The Permanent Court of International Justice by Alexander P. Fachiri
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 528
    1. The World in Agony by Alfred Plummer
    2. Capitalism and Communism: A Reconciliation by Oscar Newfang
    3. The Coming Struggle for Power by John Strachey
    4. Atlantic Letters on World Affairs by Arthur Duckham
    5. Facts and Factors in Economic History
    6. Money and the Price Level by F.M. Huntington-Wilson
    7. Cartels, Concerns and Trusts by Robert Liefmann
    8. Theory of the Credit Standard by Hans Gluckstadt
    9. World Agriculture: An International Survey
    10. The Bank for International Settlements at Work by Eleanor Lansing Dulles
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    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 529
    1. United States in World Affairs, 1932 by Walter Lippmann, Charles Merz, and Wi...
    2. Can America Stay at Home? by Frank H. Simonds
    3. The Policy of the United States with Respect to the League of Nations by Clarence A. Berdahl
    4. What America Owes Europe by Francis H. Gribble
    5. Financial Condition and Operations of the National Government, 1921-1930 by William F. Willoughby
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    (6 Reviews)
    , pp. 530-531
    1. The Antecedents of Post War Europe by Henry Wickham Steed
    2. The Road to Ruin in Europe, 1890-1914 by C. Raymond Beazley
    3. European Diplomatic History, 1871-1932 by Raymond James Sontag
    4. Austro-German Diplomatic Relations, 1908-1914 by Oswald Henry Wedel
    5. The Big Blockade by E. Keble Chatterton
    6. Greek Memories by Compton Mackenzie
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    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 532-535
    1. Slump! A Study of Stricken Europe Today by H. Hessell Tiltman
    2. The Modern Dilemma by Christopher Dawson
    3. Can Europe Recover? by H.R. Knickerbocker
    4. National Minorities in Europe by Otto Junghann
    5. Our Genial Enemy, France by Edwin D. Schoonmaker
    6. Toward the New Spain by Joseph A. Brandt
    7. Italy and the Great War by Antonio Salandra
    8. Talks with Mussolini by Emil Ludwig
    9. Government and Politics of Italy by Henry Russell Spencer
    10. The German Phoenix by Oswald Garrison Villard
    11. Germany Puts the Clock Back by Edgar Ansel Mowrer
    12. Fall of the German Empire, 1914-1918 by Ralph Haswell Lutz
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    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 536-538
    1. Under Czar and Soviet by John Wynne Hird
    2. British Agent by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
    3. Days with Lenin by Maxim Gorky
    4. With Denikin's Armies by John Ernest Hodgson
    5. Red Russia Arms by John Baker White
    6. Russia in Transition: A Business Man's Appraisal by Elisha M. Friedman
    7. Soviet Russia As I Saw It by William Josephus Robinson
    8. Russian Minds in Fetters by Stanislaw Mackiewicz
    9. Red Economics by Gerhard Dobbert
    10. Agricultural Russia and the Wheat Problem by Vladimir P. Timoshenko
    11. The Incredible Balkans by Konrad Bercovici
    12. Rumania: Its History, Politics and Economics by George Clenton Logio
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    (18 Reviews)
    , p. 539
    1. A Modern History of England, 1485-1932 by G.R. Stirling Taylor
    2. Fifty Years
    3. Just the Other Day by John Collier and Iain Lang
    4. Class Struggle in Britain in the Epoch of Imperialism, Vol. I by Ralph Fox
    5. Britons in Partnership by L. St. Clare Grondona
    6. The Greater Britain by Oswald Mosley
    7. Life of Herbert Henry Asquith, Lord Oxford and Asquith by John A. Spender and Cyril Asquith
    8. Amid These Storms by Winston S. Churchill
    9. Battle: The Life Story of Winston S. Churchill by Hugh Martin
    10. Foreign Policy from a Back Bench, 1904-1918 by Thomas P. Conwell-Evans
    11. Imperial Defence and Capture at Sea in War by Herbert W. Richmond
    12. Britain's Air Peril by Charles Cyril Turner
    13. Ireland Forever by F.P. Crozier
    14. The Constitution of the Irish Free State by Leo Kohn
    15. Political India, 1832-1932 by John Cumming
    16. Indian Problems by Edward F.L.W. Halifax, Lord Irwin
    17. The Two Indias by B.R. Beotra
    18. Gandhi Versus the Empire by Haridas T. Muzumdar
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 540
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    2. Palestine As It Is by M.J. Landa
    3. Persia by Arnold T. Wilson
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 540
    1. The Citadel of Ethiopia by Max Gruhl
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    (11 Reviews)
    , pp. 541-542
    1. Re-Thinking Missions by William Ernest Hocking
    2. The Man Who Went on Business by Norman Tiptaft
    3. Storm Over Asia by Paul Hutchinson
    4. The Loom of the East by Francis Kingdon-Ward
    5. Can Nations Be Neighbors? by David Livingston Crawford
    6. Russia and Asia by Andrei Lobanov-Rostovsky
    7. Essays on the Manchurian Problem by Shuhsi Hsu
    8. China: The Pity of It by J.O.P. Bland
    9. Land and Labour in China by R.H. Tawney
    10. Japanese Government and Politics by Harold Scott Quigley
    11. Twenty Years in Tibet by David MacDonald
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    1. Re-Thinking Missions by William Ernest Hocking
    2. The Man Who Went on Business by Norman Tiptaft
    3. Storm Over Asia by Paul Hutchinson
    4. The Loom of the East by Francis Kingdon-Ward
    5. Can Nations Be Neighbors? by David Livingston Crawford
    6. Russia and Asia by Andrei Lobanov-Rostovsky
    7. Essays on the Manchurian Problem by Shuhsi Hsu
    8. China: The Pity of It by J.O.P. Bland
    9. Land and Labour in China by R.H. Tawney
    10. Japanese Government and Politics by Harold Scott Quigley
    11. Twenty Years in Tibet by David MacDonald