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James L. McCamy • 20 Items / 6 Books, 2 Articles, 12 Reviews
Conduct of the New Diplomacy (1964)
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    Conduct of the New Diplomacy, by James L. McCamy
    1. Conduct of the New Diplomacy by James L. McCamy
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1965, pp. 322-323
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Conduct of the New Diplomacy by James L. McCamy
    2. A Guide to National Defense by Patrick W. Powers
    3. The President as World Leader by Sidney Warren
    4. Congress: The Sapless Branch by Joseph S. Clark
    5. The Journals of David E. Lilienthal, Vol. I by David E. Lilienthal
    6. Reminiscences by Douglas MacArthur
    7. Herbert Hoover by Eugene Lyons
    8. An American Epic, Volume IV by Herbert Hoover
    9. Economics of the Kennedy Years, and a Look Ahead by Seymour E. Harris
    Foreign Affairs, January 1965, p. 366
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    United States (17 Reviews)
    American Government and the Economy, by Emmette S. Redford
    1. American Government and the Economy by Emmette S. Redford
    2. American National Security by Morton Berkowitz and P.G. Bock
    3. American Politics and the Party System by Hugh A. Bone
    4. Conduct of the New Diplomacy by James L. McCamy
    5. Decision-Making in the White House by Theodore C. Sorensen
    6. Foreign Aid and Foreign Policy by Herbert Feis
    7. Foreign Policy in American Government by Bernard C. Cohen
    8. The Fourth Dimension of Foreign Policy by Philip H. Coombs
    9. A History of United States Foreign Policy by Julius W. Pratt
    10. The Makers of Public Policy by R. Joseph Monsen, Jr. and Mark W. Cannon
    11. The Moon-Doggle by Amitai Etzioni
    12. Nuclear Secrecy and Foreign Policy by Harold L. Nieburg
    13. Our Depleted Society by Seymour Melman
    14. Pride and Power by Vernon Van Dyke
    15. Readings in the Making of American Foreign Policy by Andrew M. Scott and Raymond H. Dawson
    16. The Representation of the United States Abroad by Vincent M. Barnett, Jr.
    17. The Strategy of Persuasion by Arthur E. Meyerhoff
    Orbis, Summer 1965, pp. 510-512