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C.P. Snow Archives
C.P. Snow • 60 Items / 30 Books, 23 Articles, 7 Reviews
Science and Government (1961)
The Godkin Lectures at Harvard University, 1960
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    Book Notes (Review)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1961, p. 465
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    National Review, June 3, 1961, p. 358
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    Secret Decisions (Review)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    Encounter, June 1961, pp. 86-89
  4. Books and the Arts
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    Clash of Titans (Review)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    The Nation, April 15, 1961, p. 323
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    Briefly Noted (2 Reviews)
    General
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    2. Ordeal by Ice by Farley Mowat
    The New Yorker, April 22, 1961, pp. 179-182
  6. Books
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    The Type to which the Whole Creation Moves? (2 Reviews)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    2. Science and Human Values by C.P. Snow
    Encounter, February 1962, pp. 87-89
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    Reviews of Books (3 Reviews)
    Science and Government, by C.P. Snow
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    2. Science and Public Administration by James L. McCamy
    3. Scientists in Government by Earl W. Lindveit
    American Political Science Review, December 1961, p. 912
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (3 Reviews)
    The Peripatetic Reviewer
    1. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    2. Abraham Lincoln: Citizen of New Salem by Paul Horgan
    3. Goodbye to a River by John Graves
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1961, pp. 106-109
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    Reading Recommended (6 Reviews)
    To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
    1. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
    2. Lament for a City by Henry Beetle Hough
    3. The Lovely Ambition by Mary Ellen Chase
    4. The Years and Hours of Emily Dickinson by Jay Leyda
    5. The Future of Mankind by Karl Jaspers
    6. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    The American Scholar, Summer 1961, pp. 448-449
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    Recent Books on International Relations (22 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Future of Mankind by Karl Jaspers
    2. The New Politics by Edmund O. Stillman and William Pfaff
    3. Einstein on Peace by Otto Nathan, Heinz Norden, and Albert Einstein
    4. Strategy and Arms Control by Thomas C. Schelling and Morton H. Halperin
    5. The United States in World Affairs, 1960 by Richard P. Stebbins
    6. Sketches from Life of Men I Have Known by Dean Acheson
    7. Builders of Emerging Nations by Vera Micheles Dean
    8. Dragon in the Kremlin by Marvin L. Kalb
    9. The Path to Leadership by Bernard Montgomery
    10. National Security in the Nuclear Age by Gordon B. Turner and Richard D. Challener
    11. Disarmament: The Challenge of the Nineteen Sixties by James P. Warburg
    12. The War Called Peace by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Overstreet
    13. American Opinion About Russia, 1917-1920 by Leonid I. Strakhovsky
    14. Science and Government by C.P. Snow
    15. Seapower in the Nuclear Age by Anthony E. Sokol
    16. The Fight for the Sea by David D. Lewis
    17. The Forbidden Voyage by Earle L. Reynolds
    18. Internationalised Territories by Meir Ydit
    19. Transfer of Power by Charles Joseph Jeffries
    20. Resistance, Rebellion, and Death by Albert Camus
    21. The Promise of World Tensions by Harlan Cleveland
    22. Politics and Culture in International History by Adda B. Bozeman
    Foreign Affairs, July 1961, pp. 695-697