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Norman Angell • 139 Items / 35 Books, 83 Articles, 21 Reviews
America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? (1940)
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied?, by Norman Angell
    1. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    American Political Science Review, June 1941, p. 596
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    Angell Rushes In (Review)
    America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied?, by Norman Angell
    1. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    The New Masses, April 29, 1941, p. 24
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    Things in the Saddle (3 Reviews)
    Things in the Saddle, by George Norlin
    1. Things in the Saddle by George Norlin
    2. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    3. All Out! by Samuel Grafton
    The Nation, December 14, 1940, p. 610
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    What Must America Do? (4 Reviews)
    Yesterday Is Dead, by Stuart Cloete
    1. Yesterday Is Dead by Stuart Cloete
    2. America Is Worth Saving by Theodore Dreiser
    3. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    4. Union Now: With Great Britain by Clarence K. Streit
    The New Republic, May 26, 1941, p. 736
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    Briefly Noted (11 Reviews)
    General
    1. Seven Mysteries of Europe by Jules Romains
    2. Germs and the Man by Justina Hill
    3. Pan America: A Program for the Western Hemisphere by Carleton Beals
    4. America's Last Chance by Albert Carr
    5. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    6. The City of Man by Herbert Agar
    7. Speak Up for Democracy by Edward L. Bernays
    8. Golden Gate: The Story of San Francisco Harbor by Felix Riesenberg, Jr.
    9. Britain Speaks by J.B. Priestley
    10. Walt Disney's Fantasia by Deems Taylor
    11. Reason, Social Myths, and Democracy by Sidney Hook
    The New Yorker, December 7, 1940, p. 104
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    Recent Books on International Relations (33 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. America's Last Chance by Albert Carr
    2. America Next by Peter Markham
    3. America's Dilemma: Alone or Allied? by Norman Angell
    4. Beyond German Victory by Helen Hill and Herbert Agar
    5. Zero Hour: A Summons to Be Free by Stephen Vincent Benet, Erika Mann, and McGeorge Bundy, ...
    6. A History of American Foreign Policy, 1776-1940 by John Holladay Latane and David W. Wainhouse
    7. Speak Up for Democracy by Edward L. Bernays
    8. American Neutrality: Trial and Failure by Charles G. Fenwick
    9. International Law and American Treatment of Alien Enemy Property by James A. Gathings
    10. America and a New World Order by Graeme K. Howard
    11. The Trojan Horse In America by Martin Dies
    12. Fifth Column in America by Harold Lavine
    13. New Directions in the New World by Adolf A. Berle, Jr.
    14. Wartime Control of Prices by Charles O. Hardy
    15. M-Day: Banking and Finance by A. Philip Woolfson
    16. Foundations of American Population Policy by Frank Lorimer, Ellen Winston, and Louise K. Kiser, ...
    17. The American Impact on Great Britain, 1898-1914 by Richard Heathcote Heindel
    18. The President Makers by Matthew Josephson
    19. Mr. House of Texas by Arthur D. Howden Smith
    20. How Maine Viewed the War, 1914-1917 by Edwin Costrell
    21. Battle Shield of the Republic by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
    22. The Fleet Today by Kendall Banning
    23. Spy and Counterspy by Emanuel Victor Voska and Will Irwin
    24. The Middle Classes in American Politics by Arthur N. Holcombe
    25. The Old Deal and the New by Charles A. Beard and George H.E. Smith
    26. We Planned It That Way by Harold R. Malcolm
    27. Presidential Leadership by E. Pendleton Herring
    28. The President: Office and Powers by Edward S. Corwin
    29. The Pattern of Politics by John T. Salter
    30. Witch Hunt by George Seldes
    31. The News and How to Understand It by Quincy Howe
    32. Uncle Sam's Pacific Islets by David N. Leff
    33. Documents on American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, July 1939-June 1940 by S. Shepard Jones and Denys P. Myers
    Foreign Affairs, April 1941, pp. 679-681