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    Political Theory and Miscellaneous (Review)
    Dare We Look Ahead?, by Bertrand Russell
    1. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    American Political Science Review, October 1938, p. 1016
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    British Symposium (Review)
    Dare We Look Ahead?, by Bertrand Russell
    1. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    The New Masses, August 23, 1938, pp. 23-24
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    British Foreground (Review)
    Dare We Look Ahead?, by Bertrand Russell
    1. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    The Saturday Review, July 9, 1938, p. 16
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    New Books: A Reader's List (11 Reviews)
    Conscript Europe, by Randolph Leigh
    1. Conscript Europe by Randolph Leigh
    2. A Revolutionary Conservative by Edward P. Alexander
    3. American Years by Harold Sinclair
    4. Faithful Stranger, and Other Stories by Sheila Kaye-Smith
    5. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    6. I'm a Stranger Here Myself by Ogden Nash
    7. Under the Hog by Patrick Carleton
    8. Horatio Seymour of New York by Stewart Mitchell
    9. Civil Liberties and Industrial Conflict by Roger N. Baldwin and Clarence B. Randall
    10. Laughter in the Dark by Vladimir Nabokov
    11. Though Young by Leighton Barret
    The New Republic, June 22, 1938, pp. 195-196
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    Books of the Day (17 Reviews)
    Dare We Look Ahead?, by Bertrand Russell
    1. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    2. Across the Frontiers by Philip Gibbs
    3. The Catholic Doctor by Alphonsus Bonnar
    4. Are We Movie Made? by Raymond Moley
    5. Can Women Be Gentlemen? by Gertrude Atherton
    6. Poetry and Crisis by Martin Turnell
    7. The Silver Branch by Sean O'Faolain
    8. The Bird Below the Waves by Benjamin Francis Musser
    9. Educational Foundations of the Jesuits in Colonial Hispanic America by Jerome V. Jacobsen
    10. Thirty-Five Thousand Days in Texas by Sam Hanna Acheson
    11. The People and Politics of Latin America by Mary Wilhelmine Williams
    12. All About Ships and Shipping by E.P. Harmack
    13. Ships of the North Atlantic by A.G. Horton White
    14. Men and Iron by Edward Hungerford
    15. The Eastern Branches of the Catholic Church by Francis J. McGarrigle
    16. New Frontiers of Religion by Arthur L. Swift, Jr.
    17. Honesty by Richard C. Cabot
    Commonweal, September 9, 1938, pp. 505-510
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Coming Victory of Democracy by Thomas Mann
    2. Refugees: Anarchy or Organization? by Dorothy Thompson
    3. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    4. Heritage of Yesterday by Richard von Kuhlmann
    5. Co-Operation or Coercion? by L.P. Jacks
    6. Looking Behind the Censorships by Eugene J. Young
    7. Geneva and the Drift to War by Norman Angell and J.B. Condliffe
    8. A Mirror to Geneva by George E. Slocombe
    9. The Future of Freedom by Douglas Jerrold
    10. My Pilgrimage for Peace by George Lansbury
    11. The Conquest of Violence by Bart de Ligt
    12. Political Behavior by Herbert Tingsten
    13. Islam in the World by Zaki Ali
    14. International Studies in Modern Education by Stanley Hartnoll Bailey
    15. Breathe Freely! The Truth About Poison Gas by James Kendall
    16. The Statesman's Year-Book, 1938 by M. Epstein
    17. 1938 Britannica Book of the Year~~Nineteen Thirty-Eight Britannica Book of the Year by Franklin Henry Hooper and Walter Yust
    Foreign Affairs, October 1938, pp. 176-177
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    The Check List (28 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Unto Caesar by Fritz A. Voigt
    2. Save America First by Jerome Frank
    3. The Good Society by Walter Lippmann
    4. Pity the Persecutor by Julius Gordon
    5. We Too Are the People by Louise V. Armstrong
    6. Across the Frontiers by Philip Gibbs
    7. And So--They Indicted Me! by J. Edward Jones
    8. The Novel in Contemporary Life by Storm Jameson
    9. What a University President Has Learned by A. Lawrence Lowell
    10. Holland: Crossroads of the Zuider Zee by Hendrik de Leeuw
    11. Foreign Affairs, 1919-1937 by Eugene L. Hasluck
    12. Japan in China by T.A. Bisson
    13. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    14. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    15. Britain and the Dictators by R.W. Seton-Watson
    16. The Martyrdom of Spain by Alfredo Mendizabal
    17. News of England by Beverley Nichols
    18. Olla Podrida by Elinor Burt
    19. Brass Tacks by Albert G. Keller
    20. Political Guide by Dorothy Thompson
    21. Yukon Voyage by Walter R. Curtin
    22. Metropolis: A Study of the Urban Community by Howard B. Woolston
    23. Ships and Sailors by William H. Clark
    24. Labor's Road to Plenty by A.A. Rucker
    25. The Future of Freedom by Douglas Jerrold
    26. Roosevelt: A Study in Fortune and Power by Emil Ludwig
    27. The Stag at Ease by Marian Squire
    28. Civil Liberties and Industrial Conflict by Roger N. Baldwin and Clarence B. Randall
    The American Mercury, October 1938, pp. 233-237