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Sidney Hook • 274 Items / 37 Books, 125 Articles, 112 Reviews
Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment (1957)
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Published Reviews
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    American Government and Politics (Review)
    Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment, by Sidney Hook
    1. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    American Political Science Review, March 1958, p. 224
  2. Books in Review
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    Broad Overhang (Review)
    Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment, by Sidney Hook
    1. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    National Review, June 15, 1957, p. 576
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    Civil Liberties (2 Reviews)
    Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment, by Sidney Hook
    1. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    2. Fundamental Liberties of a Free People by Milton R. Konvitz
    Commentary, January 1958, pp. 83-85
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    The New Books (8 Reviews)
    The Search for Community
    1. Journey of an American by Albion Ross
    2. Kingdom of the Saints by Ray B. West, Jr.
    3. The Short Reign of Pippin IV by John Steinbeck
    4. The Yoke and the Arrows by Herbert L. Matthews
    5. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    6. Go South to Sorrow by Carl T. Rowan
    7. The Feast of Lupercal by Brian Moore
    8. Tunes of Glory by James Kennaway
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1957, pp. 78-90
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    Briefly Noted (10 Reviews)
    General
    1. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    2. The Yoke and the Arrows by Herbert L. Matthews
    3. Soldier in the West by Robert G. Athearn and Alfred Lacey Hough
    4. The Central Blue by John C. Slessor
    5. The English Woman in History by Doris Mary Stenton
    6. The Innocent Ambassadors by Philip Wylie
    7. Law West of Fort Smith by Glenn Shirley
    8. Conversations With Artists by Selden Rodman
    9. Paris in the Past by Pierre Courthion
    10. Paris in Our Time by Pierre Courthion
    The New Yorker, May 11, 1957, pp. 151-155
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    The High Court vs. the Constitution (26 Reviews)
    Nine Men Against America, by Rosalie M. Gordon
    1. Nine Men Against America by Rosalie M. Gordon
    2. Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment by Sidney Hook
    3. Radicals and Conservatives by William Montgomery McGovern and David S. Collier, ...
    4. Masters of Deceit by J. Edgar Hoover
    5. The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson by Herbert Hoover
    6. Allied Wartime Diplomacy: A Pattern in Poland by Edward J. Rozek
    7. What Price Israel? by Alfred M. Lilienthal
    8. No Wonder We Are Losing by Robert Morris
    9. American Education in the Twentieth Century by I.L. Kandel
    10. What's Happened to Our High Schools? by John F. Latimer
    11. The Famous Five by Holmes Alexander
    12. The Enemy at His Back by Elizabeth Churchill Brown and Sen. William F. Knowland, ...
    13. Walter Reuther: Autocrat of the Bargaining Table by Eldorous L. Dayton
    14. Labor Union Monopoly by Donald R. Richberg
    15. Prosperity Through Competition by Ludwig Erhard
    16. With All Deliberate Speed by Don Shoemaker
    17. Communism and Christianity by Martin C. D'Arcy
    18. The Sovereign States by James Jackson Kilpatrick
    19. I Was a Slave in Russia by John H. Noble
    20. Only the Brave Are Free by Donald R. Richberg and Albert Britt
    21. Admiral Kimmel's Story by Husband E. Kimmel
    22. Sovereignty: An Inquiry Into the Political Good by Bertrand de Jouvenel
    23. Parkinson's Law, and Other Studies in Administration by C. Northcote Parkinson
    24. Art in Crisis: the Lost Center by Hans Sedlmayr
    25. Man in Modern Fiction by Edmund Fuller
    26. States' Rights: The Law of the Land by Charles J. Bloch
    Human Events, June 16, 1958, pp. 9-12