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Foreign Affairs, April 1971 Issue
- 26 Articles, 205pp
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    a Prelude to H.G. Wells' Dream
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  • Latin America 
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    , pp. 556-558
    1. America and Russia in a Changing World by W. Averell Harriman
    2. The Lost Crusade by Chester L. Cooper
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    4. The Demigods by Jean Lacouture
    5. Americans and Chinese: Passages to Differences by Francis L.K. Hsu
    6. Awakening from History by Edmond Taylor
    7. Patterns of Dominance by Philip Mason
    8. Beyond Malthus by Neil W. Chamberlain
    9. Yalta by Diane Shaver Clemens
    10. The Yalta Myths by Athan G. Theoharis
    11. Political Anthropology by Georges Balandier
    12. Small Nation Survival by Vilnis V. Sveics
    13. Europe and America by W. Randolph Burgess and James Robert ...
    14. Sow the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind by Michael H. Prosser
    15. Words and Occasions by L.B. Pearson
    16. Designs in Diplomacy by Mario Toscano and George A. Carbone
    17. The Future of the International Legal Order, Vol. II by Richard A. Falk and Cyril E. Black
    18. Stalin, Hitler, and Europe, 1933-1939 by James E. McSherry
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    , p. 559
    1. Military Men by Ward Just
    2. The Military Establishment by Adam Yarmolinsky
    3. At War With Asia by Noam Chomsky
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    5. The Almanac of World Military Power by T.N. Dupuy and Wendell Blanchard
    6. Problems of Modern Strategy
    7. Studies in War and Peace by Michael Howard
    8. The Rising Sun by John Toland
    9. Scorched Earth by Paul Carell
    10. Strategy for Conquest by Jay Mallin
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  • , pp. 576-582
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