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Ronald J. Glasser • 14 Items / 8 Articles, 1 Review, 5 Books
Ward 402 (1973)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
    Doctors as Gods (Review)
    Ward 402, by Ronald J. Glasser
    1. Ward 402 by Ronald J. Glasser
    The New Republic, August 18, 1973, p. 23
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    Political Book Notes (12 Reviews)
    Architecture for the Poor, by Hassan Fathy
    1. Architecture for the Poor by Hassan Fathy
    2. Federal Housing Subsidies by Anthony Downs
    3. Corporate Power and Social Responsibility by Neil H. Jacoby
    4. The Dance of Legislation by Eric Redman
    5. The Briar Patch by Murray Kempton
    6. The Living Presidency by Emmet John Hughes
    7. Death at Buffalo Creek by Tom Nugent
    8. The Deceived Majority by Gordon Fellman and Barbara Brandt
    9. Longtime Californ' by Victor G. Nee and Brett De Bary Nee
    10. The Fractured Family by Leontine R. Young
    11. The Sovereign State of ITT by Anthony Sampson
    12. Ward 402 by Ronald J. Glasser
    The Washington Monthly, July 1973, pp. 93-95
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    Short Reviews: Books (14 Reviews)
    Frieda Lawrence, by Robert Lucas
    1. Frieda Lawrence by Robert Lucas
    2. Jason and Medeia by John Gardner
    3. Dickie's List by Ann Birstein
    4. The 92nd Tiger by Michael Francis Gilbert
    5. Ward 402 by Ronald J. Glasser
    6. Adventures with D.W. Griffith by Karl Brown and Kevin Brownlow
    7. Sir Noel Coward: His Words and Music by Lee Snider and Noel Coward
    8. The Hall of the Mountain King by Howard H. Snyder
    9. Exterminator! by William S. Burroughs
    10. Red Adam's Lady by Grace Ingram
    11. Utah by David Muench
    12. The Confessions of Lady Nijo by Karen Brazell
    13. Half Remembered by Peter Davison
    14. Marilyn: A Biography by Norman Mailer
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1973, pp. 118-126