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Melvin J. Lasky • 94 Items / 84 Articles, 5 Books, 5 Reviews
The Hungarian Revolution (1957)
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Published Reviews
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (Review)
    The Hungarian Revolution, by Melvin J. Lasky
    1. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    American Political Science Review, June 1958, p. 573
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    A European Tragedy (Review)
    The Hungarian Revolution, by Melvin J. Lasky
    1. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    Encounter, July 1957, pp. 77-80
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    Rebellion in Budapest (Review)
    The Hungarian Revolution, by Melvin J. Lasky
    1. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    The Saturday Review, September 28, 1957, p. 19
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    Modern European History (2 Reviews)
    A History of Hungary, 1929-1945, by C.A. Macartney
    1. A History of Hungary, 1929-1945 by C.A. Macartney
    2. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    The American Historical Review, April 1958, pp. 676-677
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    General
    1. Russia in Transition, and Other Essays by Isaac Deutscher
    2. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    3. Slanted News by Arthur Edward Rowse
    4. The Brave Coward by Art Buchwald
    The New Yorker, August 17, 1957, p. 99
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    Reviewed in Brief (7 Reviews)
    The Hungarian Revolution, by Melvin J. Lasky
    1. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    2. What I Said About the Press by Randolph S. Churchill
    3. These Are the British by Drew Middleton
    4. The Alabama: Ghost Ship of the Confederacy by Edward Boykin
    5. To an Unknown Lady by Andre Maurois
    6. A Man Against Insanity by Paul de Kruif
    7. The Philosophy of Insanity by A Late Inmate of the Glasgow Royal Asylum, ...
    National Review, October 5, 1957, pp. 308-309
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Russia Since 1917 by Frederick L. Schuman
    2. Rewriting Russian History by Cyril E. Black
    3. Soviet Russia and the East, 1920-1927 by Xenia Joukoff Eudin and Robert C. North
    4. Soviet Russia and the West, 1920-1927 by Xenia Joukoff Eudin, Harold. H. Fraser, and Rosemary Brown Jones, ...
    5. Russia in Transition, and Other Essays by Isaac Deutscher
    6. The Communist Party of the Soviet Union by Boris Meissner and John S. Reshetar, Jr.
    7. The Church in Soviet Russia by Matthew Spinka
    8. Soviet Affairs
    9. Legal Problems Under Soviet Domination by Zygmunt Nagorski
    10. Moscow and the Ukraine, 1918-1953 by Basil Dmytryshyn
    11. Bolshevism in Turkestan, 1917-1927 by Alexander Garland Park
    12. The Winter War by Vaino A. Tanner
    13. Contemporary Poland: Society, Politics, Economy by Alicja Iwanska
    14. A History of Hungary, 1929-1945 by C.A. Macartney
    15. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
    16. Memoirs by Admiral Nicholas Horthy
    17. National Communism and Soviet Strategy by Dinko A. Tomasic and Joseph Strmecki
    18. The Coal Resources of Yugoslavia by Melrad Mellen and Victor H. Winston
    Foreign Affairs, October 1957, pp. 188-190