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Foreign Affairs Archives
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Foreign Affairs, April 1959 Issue
- 26 Articles, 196pp
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  • , pp. 378-393
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    An Obsolete Shibboleth?
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    A Dream Come True
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  • , pp. 496-503
    The Korean Experience
  • Recent Books on International Relations, by Henry L. Roberts 
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    (16 Reviews)
    , pp. 504-505
    1. The Great Powers by Max Beloff
    2. Interest Groups on Four Continents by Henry W. Ehrmann
    3. The Communist World and Ours by Walter Lippmann
    4. What We Must Know About Communism by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Wilkin...
    5. A Guide to Anti-Communist Action by Anthony T. Bouscaren
    6. Permanent Peace by Tom Slick
    7. The United States and the United Nations by William Abbott Scott and Stephen B. W...
    8. The Nature and Function of International Organization by Stephen S. Goodspeed
    9. Termination of Membership of International Organisations by Nagendra Singh
    10. United Nations and Domestic Jurisdiction by Mannaraswamighala S. Rajan
    11. Self-Defense in International Law by D.W. Bowett
    12. Disarmament by Yves Collart
    13. The Red Cross Conventions by G.I.A.D. Draper
    14. Free Elections: An Elementary Textbook by W.J.M. Mackenzie
    15. Friend to Friend by Pearl S. Buck and Carlos P. Romulo
    16. Political Handbook of the World, 1959 by Walter H. Mallory
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    (8 Reviews)
    , p. 506
    1. The World Dollar Problem by George Donald Alatair MacDougall
    2. Some Monetary Problems: International and National by Per Jacobsson
    3. The Strategy of Economic Development by Albert O. Hirschman
    4. Landmarks of Tomorrow by Peter F. Drucker
    5. The Struggle for a Higher Standard of Living by W. Brand
    6. Private Investment: The Key to International Industrial Development by James Daniel
    7. Rich Lands and Poor by Gunnar Myrdal
    8. The Geography of Air Transport by Kenneth R. Sealy
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    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 507
    1. Wedemeyer Reports! by Albert C. Wedemeyer
    2. The War Against Japan, Vol. II by S. Woodburn Kirby
    3. What Happened at Pearl Harbor? by Hans Louis Trefousse
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    (16 Reviews)
    , pp. 508-509
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    9. Foreign Aid Reexamined by James W. Wiggins and Helmut Schoeck
    10. The Reporter's Trade by Joseph Alsop and Stewart Alsop
    11. U.S.A.--Second Class Power? by Drew Pearson and Jack Anderson
    12. On My Own by Eleanor Roosevelt
    13. International Resources and National Policy by Olin T. Mouzon
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    (7 Reviews)
    , pp. 510-511
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    , pp. 512-513
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    5. Lenin on the Question of Nationality by Alfred D. Low
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    9. A Case History of Hope by Flora Lewis
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    , p. 514
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    , p. 515
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 516
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    (11 Reviews)
    , p. 517
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    5. Stalin's Failure in China, 1924-1927 by Conrad Brandt
    6. Essays on Japanese Economy by Shigeto Tsuru
    7. The Growth Rate of the Japanese Economy Since 1878 by Kazushi Ohkawa
    8. Political Tendencies of Japanese in Small Enterprises by Allan B. Cole
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 518
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 519
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    1. Globe and Hemisphere by J. Fred Rippy
    2. Political Change in Latin America by John J. Johnson
    3. The Bolivian National Revolution by Robert J. Alexander