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John L. Snell • 24 Items / 6 Books, 2 Articles, 16 Reviews
The Meaning of Yalta (1956)
Big Three Diplomacy and the New Balance of Power
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    General History (Review)
    The Meaning of Yalta, by John L. Snell
    1. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
    The American Historical Review, October 1956, p. 101
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    The Meaning of Yalta, by John L. Snell
    1. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
    American Political Science Review, March 1957, p. 266
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    Pivotal Conference (Review)
    The Meaning of Yalta, by John L. Snell
    1. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
    The Saturday Review, May 19, 1956, p. 25
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Years of Trial and Hope by Harry S. Truman
    2. Military Policy and National Security by William W. Kaufmann, Gordon A. Craig, and Roger Hilsman, ...
    3. Russia and America: Dangers and Prospects by Henry L. Roberts
    4. This Is Our World by Louis Fischer
    5. The Influence of Force in Foreign Relations by W.D. Puleston
    6. World Without Barriers by Emanuel R. Posnack
    7. Survey of International Affairs, 1953 by Peter Calvocoressi
    8. Documents on International Affairs, 1953 by Denise Folliot
    9. The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents by Jane Degras
    10. The Hungry Sheep by David Kelly
    11. Democracy and Marxism by Henry B. Mayo
    12. The Loyal and the Disloyal by Morton Grodzins
    13. Democracy and Dictatorship by Zevedei Barbu
    14. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
    15. Airman at Yalta by Laurence S. Kuter
    16. America's Siberian Expedition, 1918-1920 by Betty Miller Unterberger
    17. Nationality and Statelessness in International Law by Paul Weis
    18. The Law of State Succession by Daniel P. O'Connell
    19. We the Judges by William O. Douglas
    20. The Anglo American Tradition in Foreign Affairs by Arnold Wolfers and Lawrence W. Martin
    Foreign Affairs, July 1956, pp. 673-675
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    Brief Comments (24 Reviews)
    Twenty-four outstanding books
    1. New Lives for Old by Margaret Mead
    2. Man's Role in Changing the Face of the Earth by William L. Thomas, Jr., Carl O. Sauer, and Marston Bates, ...
    3. Pelican in the Wilderness by F. Fraser Darling
    4. In Silence I Speak by George N. Shuster
    5. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
    6. Russia Leaves the War by George F. Kennan
    7. Reinhold Niebuhr by Charles W. Kegley and Robert W. Bretall
    8. Contemporary European Philosophy by Joseph M. Bochenski
    9. Sovereignty: An Inquiry Into the Political Good by Bertrand de Jouvenel
    10. An International Economy by Gunnar Myrdal
    11. Contemporary Capitalism by John Strachey
    12. The Negro Potential by Eli Ginzberg, James K. Anderson, and Douglas W. Bray, ...
    13. The Republicans: A History of Their Party by Malcolm C. Moos
    14. Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Triumph by Frank Freidel
    15. The Presidency Today by Edward S. Corwin and Louis W. Koenig
    16. The American Presidency by Clinton Rossiter
    17. The Course of American Democratic Thought by Ralph Henry Gabriel
    18. Freedom's Fetters by James Morton Smith
    19. Eli Whitney and the Birth of American Technology by Constance McL. Green
    20. The Fur Hunters of the Far West by Alexander Ross and Kenneth A. Spaulding
    21. The Search for Captain Slocum by Walter Magnes Teller
    22. Critical Approaches to Literature by David Daiches
    23. The Raven and the Whale by Perry Miller
    24. D. H. Lawrence: Novelist by F.R. Leavis
    The American Scholar, Winter 1957, pp. 110-123