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Ian G. Colvin • 3 Books
None So Blind (1965)
A British Diplomatic View of the Origins of World War II
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    One Man's Warning (Review)
    None So Blind, by Ian G. Colvin
    1. None So Blind by Ian G. Colvin
    The New Republic, October 30, 1965, p. 25
  2. Books
    The Professional Touch (2 Reviews)
    None So Blind, by Ian G. Colvin
    1. None So Blind by Ian G. Colvin
    2. Halifax by Frederick W.F.S. Birkenhead
    The Reporter, March 10, 1966, pp. 52-54
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. International Political Communication by W. Phillips Davison
    2. Unfinished Revolution by C.L. Sulzberger
    3. The Atlantic Community by Drew Middleton
    4. Political Culture and Political Development by Lucian W. Pye and Sidney Verba
    5. Social Structure and the Ruling Class by Raymond Aron
    6. Education and Political Development by James S. Coleman
    7. Poor Countries and Authoritarian Rule by Maurice F. Neufeld
    8. Marxism: One Hundred Years in the Life of a Doctrine by Bertram D. Wolfe
    9. International Communism After Khruschev by Leopold Labedz
    10. Marxism in the Modern World by Milorad M. Drachkovitch
    11. Political Unification by Amitai Etzioni
    12. The Glass Curtain Between Asia and Europe by Raghavan Iyer
    13. A New World in the Making by Danilo Dolci
    14. None So Blind by Ian G. Colvin
    15. The Roosevelt-Litvinov Agreements by Donald G. Bishop
    16. The International Law Commission by Herbert W. Briggs
    17. UN: The First Twenty Years by Clark M. Eichelberger
    18. The United States in World Affairs, 1964 by Jules Davids
    19. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1964 by Jules Davids and Elaine P. Adam
    Foreign Affairs, January 1966, pp. 320-321