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C.E. McGuire • 15 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article, 11 Reviews
Italy's International Economic Position (1927)
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    Poems for Holy Week (Review)
    Italy's International Economic Position, by Constantine E. McGuire
    1. Italy's International Economic Position by Constantine E. McGuire
    Commonweal, April 13, 1927, p. 643
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    When Debts are Politics (2 Reviews)
    World War Debt Settlements, by Harold G. Moulton and Leo Pasvolsky
    1. World War Debt Settlements by Harold G. Moulton and Leo Pasvolsky
    2. Italy's International Economic Position by Constantine E. McGuire
    The Saturday Review, June 11, 1927, pp. 892-893
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    Europe
    1. A Political Handbook of Europe by Malcolm W. Davis
    2. French Industry During the War by Arthur Fontaine
    3. France by Sisley Huddleston
    4. International Economic by Tommaso Tittoni
    5. Fascism by Giuseppe Prezzolini
    6. Italy's International Economic Position by Constantine E. McGuire
    7. The Papacy and the Kingdom of Italy by Humphrey J.T. Johnson
    8. The Case of German South Tyrol Against Italy by C.H. Herford
    9. My Early Life by William Hohenzollern
    10. The Social Revolution in Austria by C.A. Macartney
    11. Hungary New and Old by Elisabeth Czekonacs
    12. America in the Struggle for Czechoslovak Independence by Charles Pergler
    13. Poland's Economic Development by Franciszek Bujak
    14. Marx, Lenin, and the Science of Revolution by Max Eastman
    15. Utopia in Chains by Morris Gordin
    16. Southern Albania or Northern Epirus in European International Affairs, 1912-1923 by Edith Pierpont Stickney
    17. My Fifty Years by Prince Nicholas of Greece
    Foreign Affairs, April 1927, pp. 512-515