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  • Mexico and Its Heritage (1928) by Ernest Henry Gruening
    10 Reviews, 5 Readable
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      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      The American Mercury
      , December 1928, p. 508 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1929, p. 469
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      (2 Reviews)
      La Agonia Antillana, by Luis Araquistain
      1. La Agonia Antillana by Luis Araquistain
      2. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1929, pp. 210-211
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      3. The United States in World Affairs, 1937 by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. ...
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      5. American Foreign Policy in Mexican Relations by James Morton Callahan
      6. The Diplomatic Protection of Americans in Mexico by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
      7. Mexico and Her Foreign Creditors by Edgar Willis Turlington
      8. The Ejido: Mexico's Way Out by Eyler N. Simpson
      9. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      10. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
      11. Santa Anna by Wilfrid Hardy Callcott
      12. Glass Houses by Carleton Beals
      13. Organized Labor in Mexico by Marjorie Ruth Clark
      14. Mexico: A Revolution by Education by George I. Sanchez
      15. Renascent Mexico by Hubert Clinton Herring and Herbert We...
      16. The Genius of Mexico by Hubert C. Herring and Katherine Terrill
      17. Portrait of Mexico by Diego Rivera and Bertram D. Wolfe
      18. Contemporary Mexican Artists by Agustin Velazquez Chavez
      19. The New Architecture in Mexico by Esther Born
      20. Fiesta in Mexico by Erna Fergusson
      The Saturday Review
      , July 2, 1938, p. 10 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      The Saturday Review
      , November 3, 1928, p. 314 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      The Nation
      , December 5, 1928, pp. 632-633
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      10. The English Bible and Its Story by James Baikie
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      18. Paris Salons, Cafes and Studios by Sisley Huddleston
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      The Outlook
      , December 19, 1928, pp. 1372-1373 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      The Bookman
      , July 1928 - PDF
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      (6 Reviews)
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      1. Mexico by J. Fred Rippy, Jose Vasconcelos, and ...
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      5. The Central Americans by Arthur B. Ruhl
      6. The New Map of South America by Herbert Adams Gibbons
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1929, p. 338
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      (Review)
      Mexico and Its Heritage, by Ernest Henry Gruening
      1. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
      The New Republic
      , December 12, 1928, pp. 108-109