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Livingston Hartley • 10 Items / 3 Books, 7 Articles
Is America Afraid? (1937)
A New Foreign Policy for the United States
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The International Relations of the United States
    1. Is America Afraid? by Livingston Hartley
    2. The Bulwark of the Republic by Burton J. Hendrick
    3. The United States Among the Nations by Wallace Walter Atwood
    4. Government in the United States by Claudius O. Johnson
    5. Influence of Organized Labor on the Foreign Policy of the United States by Margaret Hardy
    6. The Settlement of Canadian-American Disputes by Percy E. Corbett
    7. Twenty Years as Military Attache by T. Bentley Mott
    8. From Bryan to Stalin by William Z. Foster
    Foreign Affairs, October 1937, p. 181
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    The New Books (8 Reviews)
    Laughter in the Sun, by Pamela Frankau
    1. Laughter in the Sun by Pamela Frankau
    2. Not Tonight by Parkhurst Whitney
    3. The Bridal Canopy by S.Y. Agnon
    4. Humming-Bird by Eleanor Farjeon
    5. The United States in World Affairs in 1936 by Whitney Hart Shepardson and William O. Scroggs, ...
    6. The United States Among the Nations by Wallace Walter Atwood
    7. Is America Afraid? by Livingston Hartley
    8. The Castle of Contentment by Jaegermester Plov
    The Saturday Review, June 12, 1937, pp. 21-22