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No Neutral Ground (1973)
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    Will South Africa Explode? (4 Reviews)
    No Neutral Ground, by Joel Carlson
    1. No Neutral Ground by Joel Carlson
    2. Justice in South Africa by Albie Sachs
    3. Modernizing Racial Domination by Heribert Adam
    4. A Taste of Power by Peter Randall
    The New York Review of Books, October 31, 1974, pp. 29-33
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    1. Seven Houses by Josephine W. Johnson
    2. The Impossible Friendship by Mary Hyde
    3. A China Passage by John Kenneth Galbraith
    4. No Neutral Ground by Joel Carlson
    5. Cocteau's World: An Anthology of Writings by Margaret Crosland and Jean Cocteau
    The New Yorker, May 5, 1973, pp. 150-154
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    1. No Neutral Ground by Joel Carlson
    2. A Socioeconomic Profile of South Africa by William Redman Duggan
    3. Amin by Judith Listowel
    4. A Theory of Ideology by John R. Nellis
    5. Nation-Building in Kenya by John W. Harbeson
    6. The Price of Liberty by Kenneth W.J. Post and George D. Jenkins
    Foreign Affairs, July 1973, p. 846
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    Short Reviews: Books (11 Reviews)
    The Hawk Is Dying, by Harry Crews
    1. The Hawk Is Dying by Harry Crews
    2. Escape from the Shadows by Robin Maugham
    3. Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About by Charles Wright
    4. The Digger's Game by George V. Higgins
    5. No Neutral Ground by Joel Carlson
    6. Macaulay: The Shaping of the Historian by John Clive
    7. The White Island by John Lister-Kaye
    8. A China Passage by John Kenneth Galbraith
    9. Young Winston's Wars by Frederick Woods and Winston S. Churchill
    10. X-Raying the Pharoahs by James E. Harris and Kent R. Weeks
    11. Fairy Tale by Erich Segal
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1973, pp. 128-134