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Charles E. Merriam • 77 Items / 12 Articles, 39 Reviews, 26 Books
The Making of Citizens (1931)
A Comparative Study of the Methods of Civic Training
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  1. Book Reviews and Notices
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Making of Citizens, by Charles Edward Merriam
    1. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
    American Political Science Review, February 1932, p. 150
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    Civic Training (Review)
    The Making of Citizens, by Charles Edward Merriam
    1. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
    The Saturday Review, July 23, 1932, p. 5
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    Check List of New Books (7 Reviews)
    Public Questions
    1. Newton D. Baker: America at War by Frederick Palmer
    2. The Historical Evolution of Modern Nationalism by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    3. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
    4. The Red Trade Menace by H.R. Knickerbocker
    5. Ol' Rum River by Ira L. Reeves
    6. From Cain to Capone by John McConaughy
    7. Come With Me to India! by Patricia Kendall
    The American Mercury, January 1932
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    General International Relations
    1. The Unity of the World by Guglielmo Ferrero
    2. Consolidating World Peace by Arthur Henderson
    3. Goose Steps to Peace by Jonathan Mitchell
    4. War by Scott Nearing
    5. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    6. Disarmament and the Inter-Parliamentary Union by William Martin
    7. The Geneva Experiment by William E. Rappard
    8. The International Court by Edward Lindsey
    9. World Peace and Armaments by A.J. Jacobs#2
    10. Minorities and Boundaries by Otto E. Lessing
    11. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
    Foreign Affairs, January 1932, p. 333