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William J. Lederer Archives
William J. Lederer • 25 Items / 15 Articles, 8 Books, 2 Reviews
A Nation of Sheep (1961)
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Published Reviews
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    A Nation of Sheep, by William J. Lederer
    1. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    National Review, July 15, 1961, p. 24
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    Book in the News (Review)
    A Nation of Sheep, by William J. Lederer
    1. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    The Saturday Review, April 29, 1961, p. 13
  3. Books and the Arts
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    Myopia and Foreign Policy (2 Reviews)
    The War Called Peace, by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Overstreet
    1. The War Called Peace by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Overstreet
    2. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    The New Republic, May 1, 1961, p. 17
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (6 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin by George F. Kennan
    2. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    3. The New America by Karl E. Meyer
    4. The Proverb and Other Stories by Marcel Ayme
    5. A Month of Sundays by Louis Kronenberger
    6. The Fox and the Camellias by Ignazio Silone
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1961, pp. 100-105
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    Books in Brief (7 Reviews)
    A Month of Sundays, by Louis Kronenberger
    1. A Month of Sundays by Louis Kronenberger
    2. The Adventures of Maud Noakes by Alan Neame
    3. All the Summer Days by Ned Calmer
    4. The Dark and the Light by Elio Vittorini
    5. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    6. Foreign Aid: Our Tragic Experiment by Thomas S. Loeber
    7. Communication Among Social Bees by Martin Lindauer
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1961, pp. 99-101
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Organizing for Defense by Paul Y. Hammond
    2. A Nation of Sheep by William J. Lederer
    3. Peace with Justice by Dwight D. Eisenhower
    4. Freedom and Equality by Harry S. Truman
    5. Powers of the President During Crises by J. Malcolm Smith and Cornelius P. Cotter
    6. Regions, Resources, and Economic Growth by Harvey S. Perloff
    7. Professional Diplomacy in the United States, 1779-1939 by Warren Frederick Ilchman
    8. The Futilitarian Society by William J. Newman
    9. Ambassadors Ordinary and Extraordinary by E. Wilder Spaulding
    10. Newton D. Baker: A Biography by C.H. Cramer
    Foreign Affairs, July 1961, p. 700