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Victor Gollancz • 13 Items / 12 Books, 1 Article
Our Threatened Values (1946)
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    The Screen: Gold Is Where You Find It (Review)
    Our Threatened Values, by Victor Gollancz
    1. Our Threatened Values by Victor Gollancz
    Commonweal, September 24, 1948, p. 575
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    The Forgotten Human Being (Review)
    Our Threatened Values, by Victor Gollancz
    1. Our Threatened Values by Victor Gollancz
    The Nation, February 28, 1948, pp. 244-246
  3. Books in Review
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    Liberal Manifesto (Review)
    Our Threatened Values, by Victor Gollancz
    1. Our Threatened Values by Victor Gollancz
    The New Republic, July 29, 1946, p. 105
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. Literary Criticisms by Francis Thompson and Terence L. Connolly
    2. The Case of Rudolf Hess by John R. Rees
    3. Our Threatened Values by Victor Gollancz
    4. Bourke Cockran: A Free Lance in American Politics by James McGurrin
    5. Painting in Public by Maurice Grosser
    6. It Took Nine Tailors by Adolphe Menjou and M.M. Musselman
    The New Yorker, February 28, 1948, pp. 78-79
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. The Carthaginian Peace by Etienne Mantoux
    2. Controlling World Trade by Edward S. Mason
    3. Measuring Business Cycles by Arthur F. Burns and Wesley C. Mitchell
    4. Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt
    5. Our Threatened Values by Victor Gollancz
    6. Three Worlds by Nicholas S. Timasheff
    7. The Challenge of World Communism by Hamilton Fish
    8. The Jewish Problem in the Modern World by James W. Parkes
    9. Uprooted by Zorach Warhaftig
    10. Color Blind by Margaret Halsey
    Foreign Affairs, April 1947, p. 520