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Charles E. Merriam • 77 Items / 12 Articles, 39 Reviews, 26 Books
What Is Democracy? (1941)
Democracy in American Life
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    Contemporary Social Problems (Review)
    What Is Democracy?, by Charles E. Merriam
    1. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    Commonweal, October 3, 1941, p. 573
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    The Democratic Method (2 Reviews)
    What Is Democracy?, by Charles E. Merriam
    1. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    2. On the Agenda of Democracy by Charles E. Merriam
    The Saturday Review, December 6, 1941, pp. 30-31
  3. Book Reviews and Notices
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    What Is Democracy?, by Charles E. Merriam
    1. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    2. Democracy in American Life by Avery O. Craven
    3. Aspects of Democracy by R.B. Huliman
    American Political Science Review, December 1941, p. 1161
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    Reviews (3 Reviews)
    The Defense of Freedom, by Edmund Ezra Day
    1. The Defense of Freedom by Edmund Ezra Day
    2. Democracy in American Life by Avery O. Craven
    3. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1942, pp. 622-623
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    General History (5 Reviews)
    New Liberties for Old, by Carl L. Becker
    1. New Liberties for Old by Carl L. Becker
    2. The Defense of Freedom by Edmund Ezra Day
    3. Democracy in American Life by Avery O. Craven
    4. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    5. Aspects of Democracy by Robert Bechtold Heilman
    The American Historical Review, April 1942, pp. 566-567
  6. The Bookshelf, conducted by Henry C. Tracy
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    America and Americans in the Making (16 Reviews)
    First Papers, by Martin Gumpert
    1. First Papers by Martin Gumpert
    2. I Am an American by Robert Spiers Benjamin
    3. The Ground We Stand On by John Dos Passos
    4. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    5. The Highland Call by Paul Green
    6. Reveille in Washington, 1860-1865 by Margaret Leech
    7. Walt Whitman: Builder for America by Babette Deutsch
    8. American Giant by Frances Winwar
    9. Carl Sandburg by Karl Detzer
    10. Anton Dvorak by Paul Stefan
    11. Tar Heels by Jonathan Daniels
    12. Emigres in the Wilderness by T. Wood Clarke
    13. Shake Hands with the Dragon by Carl Glick
    14. No Life for a Lady by Agnes Morley Cleaveland
    15. From My Highest Hill by Olive Tilford Dargan
    16. Northwest Gateway by Archie Binns
    Common Ground, Winter 1942, pp. 124-125
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. History as the Story of Liberty by Benedetto Croce
    2. The Managerial Revolution by James Burnham
    3. The Myth of the Total State by Guenter Reimann
    4. What Is Democracy? by Charles E. Merriam
    5. Democracy Is Different by Carl Wittke
    6. Toward a Philosophy of History by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    7. Handbook of Political "Isms" by Louis Wasserman
    8. A Great Experiment by Lord Robert Cecil
    9. The Assembly of the League of Nations by Margaret E. Burton
    10. Contemporary Europe by Joseph Roucek
    11. Government in War-time Europe by Harold Zink and Taylor Cole
    12. War, Politics and Emotion by Geoffrey H. Bourne
    13. Law Without Force by Gerhart Niemeyer
    14. The Nature of Modern Warfare by Cyril Falls
    15. Military Science Today by Donald Portway
    16. Modern Naval Strategy by Reginald Bacon and Francis E. McMurtrie
    17. We Dive at Dawn by Kenneth Edwards
    18. The Totalitarian War---and After by Carlo Sforza
    19. International Arbitration and Security by Gunji Hosono
    20. We Escaped by William Allan Neilson
    21. Looking for Trouble by Virginia Cowles
    22. The Antarctic Ocean by Russell Owen
    23. The Statesman's Year-Book, 1941 by M. Epstein
    Foreign Affairs, January 1942, pp. 373-374