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Ruth Nanda Anshen • 11 Items / 9 Books, 1 Article, 1 Review
Freedom: Its Meaning (1940)
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    Anatomy of Freedom (Review)
    Freedom: Its Meaning, by Ruth Nanda Anshen
    1. Freedom: Its Meaning by Ruth Nanda Anshen
    The Nation, December 28, 1940, p. 661
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    Briefly Noted (15 Reviews)
    General
    1. Hugh Young: A Surgeon's Autobiography by Hugh H. Young
    2. Freedom: Its Meaning by Ruth Nanda Anshen
    3. Growing Pains by Wanda Gag
    4. Report to the American People by William C. Bullitt
    5. Total Defense by Clark Foreman and Joan Raushenbush
    6. "Hoss" Doctor by R.J. Dinsmore
    7. The Buckeye Country by Harlan Hatcher
    8. Diplomatically Speaking by Lloyd C. Griscom
    9. Spy and Counterspy by Emanuel Victor Voska and Will Irwin
    10. My Shadow in the Sun by Frances Davis
    11. Voice from England by Robert Westerby
    12. Race: Science and Politics by Ruth Benedict
    13. The Sculpture of Michelangelo by Ludwig Goldscheider
    14. New Mexico (#33)
    15. The McKenneys Carry on by Ruth McKenney
    The New Yorker, September 28, 1940, pp. 62-63
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Versailles Twenty Years After by Paul Birdsall
    2. Prepare for Peace! by Henry M. Wriston
    3. The Redemption of Democracy by Hermann Rauschning
    4. The Wave of the Future by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
    5. Let No Wave Engulf Us by Frank Altschul
    6. Why Freedom Matters by Norman Angell
    7. The Wave of the Past by R.H. Markham
    8. Freedom: Its Meaning by Ruth Nanda Anshen
    9. The Moral Basis of Democracy by Eleanor Roosevelt
    10. The Foundations of a More Stable World Order by Walter H.C. Laves
    11. Terror in Our Time by Richard Wilmer Rowan
    12. Political Propaganda by Frederic C. Bartlett
    13. Majority Rule in International Organization by Cromwell A. Riches
    14. League Reform by Salo Engel
    15. Geography in Human Destiny by Roderick Peattie
    16. Conquest and Modern International Law by Matthew M. McMahon
    17. The Army of the Future by Charles de Gaulle
    18. Modern Arctic Exploration by Gunnar Seidenfaden
    19. Greenland Lies North by William S. Carlson
    20. The World Over in 1940 by Leon Bryce Bloch and Lamar Middleton
    Foreign Affairs, July 1941, pp. 870-871