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Edward Crankshaw • 43 Items / 17 Books, 19 Articles, 7 Reviews
Cracks in the Kremlin Wall (1951)
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Published Reviews
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    Confusions Behind the Curtain (Review)
    Cracks in the Kremlin Wall, by Edward Crankshaw
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    The Saturday Review, August 11, 1951, p. 8
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    The Slavic Paradox (Review)
    A review of Edward Crankshaw's Cracks in the Kremlin Wall
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    The Reporter, August 21, 1951, pp. 36-37
  3. Books
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    Foreign and Domestis Policy in the USSR (Review)
    Who is the Enemy?
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    The New Republic, October 8, 1951, p. 18
  4. [+]
    Marxism a la Russe (Review)
    Cracks in the Kremlin Wall, by Edward Crankshaw
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    The Nation, August 18, 1951, p. 137
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    Not Merely Gossip (Review)
    Cracks in the Kremlin Wall, by Edward Crankshaw
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    Human Events, November 28, 1951, p. 8
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    The Philopher's Full Burden (Review)
    Cracks in the Kremlin Wall, by Edward Crankshaw
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    Commonweal, September 21, 1951, pp. 582-584
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (2 Reviews)
    Tensions Within the Soviet Union,
    1. Tensions Within the Soviet Union
    2. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    American Political Science Review, March 1952, pp. 259-261
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    General
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    2. Rockets, Missiles, and Space Travel by Willy Ley
    3. Good Food for Bad Stomachs by Sara Murray Jordan
    The New Yorker, August 18, 1951, pp. 77-78
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (6 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    2. Dizzy by Hesketh Pearson
    3. Andre Gide by Albert J. Guerard
    4. Man and God by Victor Gollancz
    5. The Face of Innocence by William Sansom
    6. Ti-Coyo and His Shark by Clement Richer
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1951, pp. 80-84
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy, 1917-1941 by Jane Degras
    2. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    3. This Is Russia, Uncensored by Edmund Stevens
    4. On Communist Education by Mikhail I. Kalinin
    5. Eleven Years in Soviet Prison Camps by Elinor Lipper
    6. Geography of the USSR by Theodore Shabad
    7. Geography of Russia by N.T. Mirov
    8. The Soviet Slave Empire by Albert Konrad Herling
    9. East Wind Over Prague by Jan Stransky
    10. Balkan Caesar by Leigh White
    11. When Greek Meets Greek by Reginald Leeper
    Foreign Affairs, October 1951, pp. 162-163
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    Brief Comments (24 Reviews)
    Twenty-four outstanding books of the previous quarter
    1. The Face of the Earth by H.M. Tomlinson
    2. The Conduct of Life by Lewis Mumford
    3. Cracks in the Kremlin Wall by Edward Crankshaw
    4. John C. Calhoun: Sectionalist, 1840-1850 by Charles M. Wiltse
    5. The Lobbyists by Karl Schriftgiesser
    6. The Autobiography of William Carlos Williams by William Carlos Williams
    7. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson by Julian P. Boyd, Lyman H. Butterfield, and Mina R. Bryan, ...
    8. The Sea Around Us by Rachel L. Carson
    9. The Lost Library by Walter Mehring
    10. Travels in America, 1816-1817 by Edouard de Montule
    11. In Search of London by H.V. Morton
    12. Katherine Mansfield by Sylvia Berkman
    13. Me and Mister Mountjoy by Ethelind E. Fearon
    14. Journey with Genius by Witter Bynner
    15. A Congreve Gallery by Kathleen M. Lynch
    16. The Novel in France by Martin Turnell
    17. The Master Art Forger by John Raymond Godley
    18. John Dewey by Jerome Nathanson
    19. Sigmund Freud by Gregory Zilboorg
    20. Selected Poems by Horace Gregory
    21. Moses by Sholem Asch
    22. The Holy Sinner by Thomas Mann
    23. Requiem for a Nun by William Faulkner
    24. The Strange Children by Caroline Gordon
    The American Scholar, Winter 1952, pp. 125-130