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Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater (1962)
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater, by Jack Bell
    1. Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater by Jack Bell
    National Review, August 28, 1962, pp. 156-164
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    The Wonderful Clouds, by Francoise Sagan
    1. The Wonderful Clouds by Francoise Sagan
    2. Prisoner's Friend by Andrew Garve
    3. How Like an Angel by Margaret Millar
    4. Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater by Jack Bell
    5. Rocking the Boat by Gore Vidal
    6. One Man's Freedom by Edward Bennett Williams
    7. My Language Is Me by Beulah Parker
    8. To Catch an Angel by Robert W. Russell
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1962, pp. 97-99
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Men and Decisions by Lewis L. Strauss
    2. Spearheads of Democracy by George C. Lodge
    3. The Liberal Papers by James Roosevelt
    4. American Perspectives by Robert E. Spiller and Eric Larrabee
    5. Foreign Affairs and You! by Andrew Berding
    6. Capital in the American Economy by Simon Kuznets and Elizabeth Jenks
    7. The Revolt of the Conservatives by George Wolfskill
    8. Congress and Foreign Policy-Making by James Arthur Robinson
    9. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations by David N. Farnsworth
    10. The American Establishment and Other Reports, Opinions, and Speculations by Richard H. Rovere
    11. The Tiger in the Senate by A. Robert Smith
    12. Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater by Jack Bell
    13. The Time of Power by Richard Goold-Adams
    14. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, John F. Kennedy, 1961 by John F. Kennedy
    15. Anglo-America by Paul Francis Griffin
    Foreign Affairs, October 1962, pp. 226-227