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Julian S. Huxley • 105 Items / 58 Articles, 40 Books, 4 Reviews, 2 Poems
If I Were Dictator (1935)
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    Books in Brief (5 Reviews)
    Indian Removal, by Grant Foreman
    1. Indian Removal by Grant Foreman
    2. Population Theories and Their Application by E.F. Penrose
    3. If I Were Dictator by Julian Huxley
    4. Innocence and Experience by Phyllis Bottome
    5. Windfalls by Sean O'Casey
    The New Republic, February 27, 1935, p. 84
  2. Books
    Recent Essays (8 Reviews)
    The Poet as Citizen, and Other Papers, by Arthur T. Quiller-Couch
    1. The Poet as Citizen, and Other Papers by Arthur T. Quiller-Couch
    2. At War with Academic Traditions In America by A. Lawrence Lowell
    3. The Winter Diversions of a Gardner by Richardson Wright
    4. Things to Live For by Francis Stuart
    5. If I Were Dictator by Julian Huxley
    6. From This Hill Look Down by Elliott Merrick
    7. A Western Wind by Charles S. Brooks
    8. Opinions: Literary and Otherise by Henry W. Taft
    Commonweal, March 29, 1935, pp. 629-630
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Documents on International Affairs, 1933 by John W. Wheeler-Bennett
    2. Documentary Textbook on International Relations by John Eugene Harley
    3. On Politics and Politicians by F.S. Oliver
    4. A Guide to Modern Politics by G.D.H. Cole and Margaret Cole
    5. Science for a New World by John Arthur Thomson and J.G. Crowther
    6. If I Were Dictator by Julian Huxley
    7. Liberty Today by C.E.M. Joad
    8. Democracy and Military Power by Silas Bent McKinley
    9. Force by David Davies
    10. How to Make a Revolution by Raymond Postgate
    11. Zaharoff: High Priest of War by Guiles Davenport
    12. Labour and War by Bjarne Braatoy
    13. Sea Power in the Modern World by Herbert W. Richmond
    14. Some Aspects of the Covenant of the League of Nations by John Fischer Williams
    15. The Origins of the International Labor Organization by James T. Shotwell
    16. The Permanent Court of International Justice by Manley O. Hudson
    17. The Development of International Law by the International Court by Hersch Lauterpacht
    18. Criteria of Capacity for Independence by Walter Holmes Ritsher
    Foreign Affairs, January 1935, pp. 345-346