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Richard D. Lambert • 4 Items / 2 Books, 2 Reviews
Indian Students on an American Campus (1956)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    General: Economic, Social and Cultural
    1. Climate and Economic Development in the Tropics by Douglas H.K. Lee
    2. A Proposal: Key to an Effective Foreign Policy by Max F. Millikan and W.W. Rostow
    3. Economic Commentaries by Dennis H. Robertson
    4. NATO: The Economics of an Alliance by Ronald S. Ritchie
    5. The Sterling Area in the Postwar World by Philip W. Bell
    6. Free Ports and Foreign-Trade Zones by Richard S. Thoman
    7. The Growing Shortage of Scientists and Engineers
    8. My Father, Irving Fisher by Irving Norton Fisher
    9. The Refugee and the World Community by John George Stoessinger
    10. Indian Students on an American Campus by Richard D. Lambert and Marvin Bressler
    11. The American Experience of Swedish Students by Franklin D. Scott
    12. Foreign Students and Higher Education in the United States by Cora Alice Du Bois
    13. Prospero and Caliban by Octave Mannoni
    14. Population by Dennis H. Wrong
    Foreign Affairs, April 1957, pp. 533-534
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    Schoolman's Bookshelf (15 Reviews)
    The Good Education of Youth, by Frederick C. Gruber
    1. The Good Education of Youth by Frederick C. Gruber
    2. Educating Gifted Children by Robert F. DeHaan and Robert J. Havighurst
    3. A Guide to College Teaching by Claude E. Buxton
    4. The Christian Idea of Education by Edmund Fuller
    5. Education in the USA by W. Kenneth Richmond
    6. Some Observations on American Education by Robert M. Hutchins
    7. Administering the People's Schools by Albert L. Ayars
    8. The Elementary School Principal at Work by William V. Hicks and Marshall C. Jameson
    9. The American University in the Twentieth Century by William Clyde DeVane
    10. No Frontier to Learning by Ralph L. Beals and Norman D. Humphrey
    11. Indian Students on an American Campus by Richard D. Lambert and Marvin Bressler
    12. The Liberal Arts College by George P. Schmidt
    13. Colleges for Our Land and Time by Edward Danforth Eddy, Jr.
    14. Why Teach? by D. Louise Sharp
    15. Passport to Friendship by William Peters
    The Saturday Review, September 14, 1957, pp. 43-45