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Justice and Social Order (1946)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Justice and Social Order, by Emil Brunner
    1. Justice and Social Order by Emil Brunner
    American Political Science Review, June 1946, p. 585
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    A Theologian on Justice (Review)
    Justice and Social Order, by Emil Brunner
    1. Justice and Social Order by Emil Brunner
    The Saturday Review, March 30, 1946, p. 21
  3. Books of the Week
    The Labor Movement (2 Reviews)
    Justice and Social Order, by Emil Brunner
    1. Justice and Social Order by Emil Brunner
    2. The Social Problems of an Industrial Civilization by Elton Mayo
    Commonweal, April 5, 1946, p. 625
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    Books in Brief (16 Reviews)
    Unwritten Treaty, by James P. Warburg
    1. Unwritten Treaty by James P. Warburg
    2. Marching Blacks by Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
    3. Justice and Social Order by Emil Brunner
    4. Al Smith, American: An Informal Biography by Frank Graham
    5. Steelways of New England by Alvin F. Harlow
    6. A Benjamin Franklin Reader by Nathan G. Goodman and Benjamin Franklin
    7. Fighting Divisions by E.J. Kahn, Jr. and Henry McLemore
    8. Chungking Listening Post by Mark A. Tennien
    9. The Story of the Second World War by Henry Steele Commager
    10. It's Tomorrow Out Here by Max Miller
    11. The Great Pacific Victory by Gilbert Cant
    12. My Yankee Paris by Herbert E. French
    13. Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remarque
    14. Twelve Stories by Steen Steensen Blicher
    15. My True Love by Darwin L. Teilhet
    16. The King's General by Daphne du Maurier
    The Forum, March 1946, pp. 652-656
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. The Industrialization of Backward Areas by Kurt Mandelbaum and J.R.L. Schneider
    2. National Interest and International Cartels by Charles R. Whittlesey
    3. The Capital Levy by Shun-hsin Chou
    4. Getting Into Foreign Trade by Eugene Van Cleef
    5. Manifesto for the Atomic Age by Virgil Jordan
    6. Peace, Prosperity, International Order by Robert Federn
    7. Science, Liberty and Peace by Aldous Huxley
    8. The Clock of History by Alvin Saunders Johnson
    9. The Chasm by Herbert A. Morrice
    10. Woman as Force in History by Mary R. Beard
    11. A Catholic Looks at the World by Francis E. McMahon
    12. One Destiny by Sholem Asch
    13. The Peace that Is Left by Emile Cammaerts
    14. Justice and Social Order by Emil Brunner
    15. No Dreamers Weak by Michael de la Bedoyere
    16. The Socialist Tradition: Moses to Lenin by Alexander Gray
    17. Social Democracy Versus Communism by Karl Kautsky and David Shub
    Foreign Affairs, October 1946, p. 161