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Gabriel Kolko • 34 Items / 11 Books, 21 Articles, 1 Review
The Politics of War (1968)
The World and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1943-1945
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Published Reviews
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    The Public Discourse (Review)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    The American Spectator, May 1973, p. 24
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1970, pp. 650-652
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    Historical Justice and the Cold War (Review)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    The New York Review of Books, July 10, 1969, pp. 10-16
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    Americas (2 Reviews)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. The Roots of American Foreign Policy by Gabriel Kolko
    The American Historical Review, February 1970, p. 958
  5. Books & the Arts
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    Making the World Safe for America (2 Reviews)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. The Roots of American Foreign Policy by Gabriel Kolko
    The Nation, October 6, 1969, p. 350
  6. Books
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    Kolko on American Foreign Policy (2 Reviews)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. The Roots of American Foreign Policy by Gabriel Kolko
    The Monthly Review, October 1970, pp. 38-46
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    Revisionism (2 Reviews)
    The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. Empire and Revolution by David Horowitz
    Commentary, December 1969, pp. 104-107
  8. Regular Features
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    Cuba: Castroism and Communism, 1959-1966, by Andres Suarez
    1. Cuba: Castroism and Communism, 1959-1966 by Andres Suarez
    2. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    3. A New Foreign Policy for the United States by Hans J. Morgenthau
    4. Thirteen Days by Robert F. Kennedy
    Current History, June 1969, p. 362
  9. Review Articles
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    Cold-War Revisionism (4 Reviews)
    A Critique
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. Atomic Diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam by Gar Alperovitz
    3. Cold War Essays by Gar Alperovitz
    4. From Yalta to Vietnam by David Horowitz
    World Politics, July 1972, pp. 579-612
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    Recent Books on International Relations (24 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Politics of War by Gabriel Kolko
    2. American Power and the New Mandarins by Noam Chomsky
    3. American Foreign Policy by Henry A. Kissinger
    4. Tangle of Hopes by Ernst B. Haas
    5. No More Vietnams? by Richard M. Pfeffer
    6. The Responsibilities of World Power by Gale W. McGee
    7. The Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson by Eric F. Goldman
    8. The Crisis of Confidence by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
    9. Fires in the in Basket by John P. Leacacos
    10. The Professional Diplomat by John Ensor Harr
    11. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs by Edgar B. Nixon and Franklin D. Roosevelt
    12. Politics and Policy by James L. Sundquist
    13. The Drugstore Liberal by Robert Sherrill and Harry W. Ernst
    14. Republican Papers by Melvin R. Laird
    15. Agenda for the Nation by Kermit Gordon
    16. The Goldwater Coalition by John H. Kessel
    17. Agents of Change by David Hapgood and Meridan Bennett
    18. The Dissenting Academy by Theodore Roszak
    19. Roosevelt and World War II by Robert A. Divine
    20. War, Peace, and the Presidency by Henry Paolucci
    21. America: The Changing Nation by Gerald Priestland
    22. Talk About America by Alistair Cooke
    23. All But the People by George Wolfskill and John A. Hudson
    24. The United States Information Agency by John W. Henderson
    Foreign Affairs, July 1969, pp. 768-770