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Raoul Berger • 14 Items / 7 Books, 7 Articles
Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth (1974)
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  1. Books
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    Demolishing Extraconstitutionalism (Review)
    Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth, by Raoul Berger
    1. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    National Review, August 2, 1974, p. 875
  2. Book Reviews
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    There is No Such Thing... (Review)
    Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth, by Raoul Berger
    1. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    The New Republic, June 15, 1974, p. 21
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth, by Raoul Berger
    1. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    2. The Executive Privilege by Adam Carlyle Breckenridge
    Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1975, pp. 151-152
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    Just Received
    1. The Emerging Constitution by Rexford G. Tugwell
    2. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    3. John Marshall: A Life in Law by Leonard Baker
    Current History, August 1974, pp. 84-90
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    Political Book Notes (7 Reviews)
    Captive Capital, by Sam Smith
    1. Captive Capital by Sam Smith
    2. The Curve of Binding Energy by John A. McPhee
    3. Democracy and Its Discontents by Daniel J. Boorstin
    4. How True by Thomas Griffith
    5. Journey Among the Economists by Arrigo Levi
    6. Judges by Donald Dale Jackson
    7. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    The Washington Monthly, May 1974, pp. 63-66
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    Short Reviews: Books (13 Reviews)
    Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth, by Raoul Berger
    1. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    2. My Days by R.K. Narayan
    3. The Radetzky March by Joseph Roth
    4. A Poet's Journal: Days of 1945-51 by George A. Seferis
    5. The Decay of the Angel by Yukio Mishima
    6. The Life and Death of Yukio Mishima by Henry Scott Stokes
    7. The Schoolgirl Murder Case by Colin Wilson
    8. Love and Evil by Dan Sakall and Alan Harrington
    9. The Road to Many a Wonder by David Wagoner
    10. Primate Odyssey by Geoffrey H. Bourne
    11. Prize Stories, 1974 by William Abrahams
    12. Sakharov Speaks by Andrei D. Sakharov
    13. Walking the Boundaries by Peter Davison
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1974, pp. 100-106
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Kissinger by Marvin L. Kalb and Bernard Kalb
    2. The Cold Warriors by John C. Donovan
    3. Makers of American Diplomacy by Frank J. Merli and Theodore A. Wilson
    4. Elites in the Policy Process by Robert V. Presthus
    5. Reflections on the Cold War by Lynn H. Miller and Ronald W. Pruessen
    6. All the President's Men by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward
    7. Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth by Raoul Berger
    8. The Emerging Constitution by Rexford G. Tugwell
    9. Presidential Power and Accountability by Charles M. Hardin
    10. La Presidence Moderne Aux Etats-Unis by Edmond Orban
    11. The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence by Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks
    12. Eisenhower: Portrait of the Hero by Peter Lyon
    13. The Papers of Adlai E. Stevenson, Vol. IV by Walter Johnson and Adlai E. Stevenson
    14. Lessons from America by Richard Rose
    15. Confidential Dispatches by Thomas E. Hachey
    16. Ideology and Economics by Joan Hoff Wilson
    17. The United States and Western Europe by Wolfram F. Hanrieder
    Foreign Affairs, October 1974, pp. 180-181