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Joao F. Normano Archives
Joao F. Normano • 10 Items / 6 Books, 1 Article, 3 Reviews
The Struggle for South America (1931)
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    Shorter Notices (Review)
    The Struggle for South America, by J.F. Normano
    1. The Struggle for South America by J.F. Normano
    The American Historical Review, July 1932, p. 815
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    The South Americans (4 Reviews)
    Latin American Problems, by Thomas Fitzhugh Lee
    1. Latin American Problems by Thomas Fitzhugh Lee
    2. The Struggle for South America by J.F. Normano
    3. The Coming of South America by Henry Kittredge Norton
    4. Modern South America by Charles W. Domville-Fife
    The Nation, June 1, 1932, p. 628
  3. Reviews of Books
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    The Other America (6 Reviews)
    Caribbean Backgrounds and Prospects, by Chester Lloyd Jones
    1. Caribbean Backgrounds and Prospects by Chester Lloyd Jones
    2. The Struggle for South America by J.F. Normano
    3. America Hispana: A Portrait and a Prospect by Waldo David Frank
    4. The Capitalists and Colombia by J. Fred Rippy
    5. Porto Rico: A Broken Pledge by Bailey W. Diffie and Justine W. Diffie
    6. The Cuban Situation and Our Treaty Relations by Philip G. Wright
    The New Republic, January 13, 1932, pp. 246-247
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    Latin America
    1. America Hispana: A Portrait and a Prospect by Waldo David Frank
    2. The Struggle for South America by J.F. Normano
    3. Modern South America by Charles W. Domville-Fife
    4. Porto Rico: A Broken Pledge by Bailey W. Diffie and Justine W. Diffie
    5. The Cuban Situation and Our Treaty Relations by Philip G. Wright
    6. The Capitalists and Colombia by J. Fred Rippy
    7. Mexico: A Study of Two Americas by Stuart Chase and Marian Tyler
    Foreign Affairs, January 1932, p. 346