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Edward W. Barrett • 9 Items / 1 Book, 5 Articles, 3 Reviews
Truth Is Our Weapon (1953)
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Published Reviews
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    Truth Is Our Weapon, by Edward W. Barrett
    1. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    American Political Science Review, March 1954, pp. 257-258
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    The Necessity for Honor (Review)
    Truth Is Our Weapon, by Edward W. Barrett
    1. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    The Saturday Review, July 11, 1953, p. 13
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    Books in Brief (5 Reviews)
    A Stranger Here, by Robert Henriques
    1. A Stranger Here by Robert Henriques
    2. The Laughing Stranger by Vina Delmar
    3. Taw Jameson by May Davies Martinet
    4. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    5. Life Among the Savages by Shirley Jackson
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1953, pp. 102-103
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    Briefly Noted (12 Reviews)
    General
    1. America's Ancient Civilizations by A. Hyatt Verrill and Ruth Verrill
    2. The Bronte Story by Margaret Lane
    3. Where Main Street Meets the River by Hodding Carter
    4. Life Among the Savages by Shirley Jackson
    5. The Sea-Hunters by Edouard A. Stackpole
    6. The Buccaneers of America by John Esquemeling
    7. Manta by Hans Hass
    8. The Great Man: George Washington as a Human Being by Howard Swiggett
    9. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    10. Maurice Ravel by Victor I. Seroff
    11. Sculpture of the Twentieth Century by Andrew Carnduff Ritchie
    12. The Best I Ever Ate by June Platt and Sophie Kerr
    The New Yorker, June 20, 1953, pp. 88-94
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Undeclared War, 1940-1941 by William L. Langer and S. Everett Gleason
    2. The World Between the Wars: From the 1918 Armistice to the Munich Agreement by Quincy Howe
    3. Survey of International Affairs, 1949-1950 by Peter Calvocoressi
    4. Documents on International Affairs, 1949-1950 by Margaret Carlyle
    5. Beyond Containment by William Henry Chamberlin
    6. Report on the Atom by Gordon E. Dean
    7. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    8. Strategy for Survival by John E. Kieffer
    9. From Lenin to Malenkov by Hugh Seton-Watson
    10. European Communism by Franz Borkenau
    11. The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk
    12. The State the Enemy by Ernest Benn
    13. Aggressive War, An International Crime by Cornelis A. Pompe
    Foreign Affairs, January 1954, pp. 331-332
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    Books in Review (14 Reviews)
    Hitler's Secret Conversations, 1941-1944, by H.R. Trevor-Roper and Adolf Hitler
    1. Hitler's Secret Conversations, 1941-1944 by H.R. Trevor-Roper and Adolf Hitler
    2. Memoirs by Franz von Papen
    3. The Ciano Diaries, 1937-1943 by Count Galeazzo Ciano and Hugh L. Gibson
    4. Spain in the Modern World by James Cleugh
    5. The Challenge to American Foreign Policy by John J. McCloy
    6. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
    7. The Diplomats, 1919-1939 by Gordon A. Craig and Felix Gilbert
    8. The Ethics of Rhetoric by Richard M. Weaver
    9. The Strange Case of Alger Hiss by William Allen Jowitt
    10. I Was a Captive in Korea by Philip Deane
    11. The Bridges at Toko-Ri by James A. Michener
    12. London Calling North Pole by Hermann J. Giskes
    13. To the End of Time by Olaf Stapledon and Basil Davenport
    14. The Book of Health
    The American Mercury, October 1953, pp. 136-144