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Francis Hackett • 341 Items / 151 Reviews, 15 Books, 171 Articles, 2 Poems
What "Mein Kampf" Means to America (1941)
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    "Mein Kampf" for Americans (Review)
    What "Mein Kampf" Means to America, by Francis Hackett
    1. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    The Nation, August 23, 1941, p. 165
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    The Longest Book Review (Review)
    What "Mein Kampf" Means to America, by Francis Hackett
    1. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    The New Republic, July 14, 1941, p. 60
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    Re the "Monstrous Document" (Review)
    What "Mein Kampf" Means to America, by Francis Hackett
    1. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    The Saturday Review, July 12, 1941, p. 5
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    General
    1. Horatio Gates: Defender of American Liberties by Samuel White Patterson
    2. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    3. My Scottish Husband by Rosalie Galsworthy Neish
    4. Regeneration by Denis Saurat
    The New Yorker, July 12, 1941, p. 59
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    Briefers (5 Reviews)
    Sodom by the Sea, by Oliver Pilat and Jo Ranson
    1. Sodom by the Sea by Oliver Pilat and Jo Ranson
    2. Country Schoolma'am by Della Thompson Lutes
    3. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    4. The Economic History of Liberia by George William Brown
    5. Case Studies of Consumers' Cooperatives by H. Haines Turner
    Commonweal, August 29, 1941, pp. 452-453
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    Recent Books on International Relations (22 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The American Century by Henry R. Luce
    2. Against This Torrent by Edward Mead Earle
    3. The United States in World Affairs, 1940 by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. Scroggs
    4. What "Mein Kampf" Means to America by Francis Hackett
    5. The Time Is Now! by Pierre van Paassen
    6. A Letter to the American People by Lawrence Hunt
    7. America Is Worth Fighting For by Ralph Ingersoll
    8. Pax Americana by James H.R. Cromwell
    9. Hell Bent for War by General Hugh S. Johnson
    10. Public Policy and the General Welfare by Charles A. Beard
    11. Landscape of Freedom by Mauritz A. Hallgren
    12. Freedom of the Press Today by Harold L. Ickes
    13. The Dead Hand of Bureaucracy by Lawrence Sullivan
    14. International Executive Agreements by Wallace M. McClure
    15. America's Economic Strength by C.J. Hitch
    16. The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Program by Grace Beckett
    17. American Farmers in the World Crisis by Carl T. Schmidt
    18. Will We Have Inflation? by Harry Scherman
    19. Deficit Spending and the National Income by Henry Hilgard Villard
    20. The Bugle that Woke America by Hermann Hagedorn
    21. America in Arms by John McAuley Palmer
    22. Hawaii: Restless Rampart by Joseph Barber, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, October 1941, pp. 198-199