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Geoffrey Barraclough • 75 Items / 32 Reviews, 11 Books, 32 Articles
An Introduction to Contemporary History (1964)
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Published Reviews
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    General (Review)
    An Introduction to Contemporary History, by Geoffrey Barraclough
    1. An Introduction to Contemporary History by Geoffrey Barraclough
    The American Historical Review, January 1966, p. 510
  2. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (12 Reviews)
    Cases in Comparative Politics, by James B. Christoph
    1. Cases in Comparative Politics by James B. Christoph
    2. Classic Speeches by Richard Crosscup
    3. Education and Political Development by James S. Coleman
    4. International Development by Hans W. Singer
    5. An Introduction to Contemporary History by Geoffrey Barraclough
    6. Political Behavior by Alfred de Grazia
    7. Political Organization by Alfred de Grazia
    8. The Present in Perspective by Hans W. Gatzke
    9. Propaganda Comes of Age by Michael Choukas
    10. State and Nations by Benjamin Akzin
    11. Systems of Integrating the International Community by Elmer Plischke
    12. UN: The First Twenty-Five Years, 1960-1967 by Clark M. Eichelberger
    Orbis, Winter 1966, pp. 1081-1082
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The Reckoning by Anthony Eden
    2. United Nation Forces by D.W. Bowett
    3. Alternative to Partition by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
    4. Beyond the Nation-State by Ernst B. Haas
    5. Toward World Peace by U Thant
    6. State and Nations by Benjamin Akzin
    7. Power and Human Destiny by Herbert Rosinski
    8. Patriotism and Nationalism by Leonard W. Doob
    9. Ideology and Discontent by David E. Apter
    10. Politics in Wartime, and Other Essays by A.J.P. Taylor
    11. The Anarchists by James Joll
    12. An Introduction to Contemporary History by Geoffrey Barraclough
    13. Foreign Correspondence by John Hohenberg
    Foreign Affairs, July 1965, p. 708