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Vannevar Bush • 12 Items / 4 Books, 7 Articles, 1 Review
Pieces of the Action (1970)
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    Books for Young People (Review)
    Pieces of the Action, by Vannevar Bush
    1. Pieces of the Action by Vannevar Bush
    The Saturday Review, September 19, 1970, pp. 40-41
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    The Peripatetic Reviewer (4 Reviews)
    The Wartime Journals of Charles A. Lindbergh, by Charles A. Lindbergh
    1. The Wartime Journals of Charles A. Lindbergh by Charles A. Lindbergh
    2. Pieces of the Action by Vannevar Bush
    3. Mrs. Wallop by Peter De Vries
    4. You Might As Well Live by John Keats
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1970, pp. 138-141
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technical and Scientific
    1. Population, Resources, Environment by Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich
    2. Strategy for Tomorrow by Hanson W. Baldwin
    3. The Wartime Journals of Charles A. Lindbergh by Charles A. Lindbergh
    4. The Years of MacArthur, Vol. I: 1880-1941 by D. Clayton James
    5. Pentagon Capitalism by Seymour Melman
    6. Decisions of Robert S. Mcnamara by James M. Roherty
    7. Pieces of the Action by Vannevar Bush
    8. The Scorpion and the Tarantula by Joseph I. Lieberman
    9. The Sea Against Hunger by Clarence P. Idyll
    10. Technology and Humanism by William G. Carleton
    11. The Road From War by Robert Shaplen
    12. The Protracted Game by Scott A. Boorman
    13. Decision-Making for Space by Irvin L. White
    14. Abel by Louise Bernikow
    15. The Politics of Grand Strategy by Samuel R. Williamson, Jr.
    16. On the Seas and in the Skies by Theodore Roscoe
    17. Unarmed and Unafraid by Glenn B. Infield
    18. The Damned Engineers by Janice Giles
    Foreign Affairs, January 1971, pp. 357-359