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James MacGregor Burns • 77 Items / 24 Books, 23 Articles, 30 Reviews
Congress on Trial (1949)
The Legislative Process and the Administrative State
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Congress on Trial, by James MacGregor Burns
    1. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    American Political Science Review, December 1949, pp. 1278-1279
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    Reviews (Review)
    Congress on Trial, by James MacGregor Burns
    1. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1950, pp. 140-141
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    A Verdict of Guilty (Review)
    Congress on Trial, by James MacGregor Burns
    1. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    The Saturday Review, August 20, 1949, p. 14
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    Briefer Comment (5 Reviews)
    General Interest
    1. The Hours and the Ages by Edward Nicholas
    2. The Devil in Massachusetts by Marion L. Starkey
    3. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    4. Our English Heritage by Gerald W. Johnson
    5. Wells Fargo: Advancing the American Frontier by Edward Hungerford
    The Forum, November 1949, p. 283
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Strange Life of August Strindberg by Elizabeth Sprigge
    2. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    3. Memoirs of Childhood and Youth by Albert Schweitzer
    4. The Blue Field by John C. Moore
    5. A Study of Literature for Readers and Critics by David Daiches
    The New Yorker, September 3, 1949, p. 58
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    The Aspirin Age, 1919-1941, by Isabel Leighton
    1. The Aspirin Age, 1919-1941 by Isabel Leighton
    2. Congress on Trial by James MacGregor Burns
    3. Education for a New Japan by Robert King Hall
    4. Americans Betrayed by Morton Grodzins
    5. Equality by David Thomson
    6. Leave It to the People by Quentin J. Reynolds
    7. Perspectives in Medicine
    8. How Psychiatry Helps by Phillip Polatin and Ellen C. Philtine
    The Nation, August 20, 1949, p. 189