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John Hohenberg • 34 Items / 8 Books, 21 Articles, 5 Reviews
Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause (1971)
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    General (Review)
    Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause, by John Hohenberg
    1. Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause by John Hohenberg
    The American Historical Review, June 1972, p. 741
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    Books in Communications (3 Reviews)
    The Press in War and Peace
    1. Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause by John Hohenberg
    2. The Information Machines by Ben H. Bagdikian
    3. The Obituary Book by Alden Whitman
    The Saturday Review, March 13, 1971, pp. 99-111
  3. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (13 Reviews)
    The Coming of Post-Industrial Society, by Daniel Bell
    1. The Coming of Post-Industrial Society by Daniel Bell
    2. The Fate of the Oceans by John J. Logue
    3. Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause by John Hohenberg
    4. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century by Gwendolen M. Carter and John H. Herz
    5. International Economic Peacekeeping in Phase II by Harald B. Malmgren
    6. International Law and Contemporary Commonwealth Issues by Robert R. Wilson
    7. Politics and Government by Thomas H. Stevenson
    8. The Politics of Assimilation by Charles F. Doran
    9. Protagonists of Change by Abdul A. Said
    10. Revolutions of Our Time: Fascism by Otto-Ernst Schuddekopf
    11. The Socialist Register by Ralph Miliband
    12. The United Nations and the News Media by Alexander Szalai and Margaret Croke
    13. World in Crisis by Frederick H. Hartmann
    Orbis, Summer 1973, pp. 632-633
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    Recent Books on International Relations (21 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Soldiers Without Enemies by Larry L. Fabian
    2. Free Press/Free People: The Best Cause by John Hohenberg
    3. Peace and Counterpeace: From Wilson to Hitler by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
    4. The Intellectual in Politics and Other Essays by Max Beloff
    5. The Gentlemen Negotiators by Z.A.B. Zeman
    6. The Big Two by Anatol Rapoport
    7. The Action-Image of Society by Alfred Willener
    8. Information Technology in a Democracy by Alan F. Westin
    9. The Scientific Study of Foreign Policy by James N. Rosenau
    10. Moscow and Jerusalem by Avigdor Dagan
    11. Is Peace Inevitable? by Santiago Genoves
    12. The Post-Industrial Society by Alain Touraine
    13. The New Left by Maurice William Cranston
    14. Appearance and Reality in International Relations by Grant Hugo
    15. The First Fifty Years by Arthur W. Rovine
    16. The United Nations: The First 25 Years by Edwin Tetlow
    17. The Future of Law in a Multicultural World by Adda B. Bozeman
    18. Frontiers of Development Administration by Fred W. Riggs
    19. The Coming of the New International by John Gerassi
    20. Naive Questions About War and Peace by William Whitworth
    21. What Price Vigilance? by Bruce M. Russett
    Foreign Affairs, July 1971, pp. 752-753