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Thomas Swick • 23 Items / 14 Articles, 8 Reviews, 1 Book
Unquiet Days (1991)
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    Solidarity in the Kitchen (Review)
    Unquiet Days, by Thomas R. Swick
    1. Unquiet Days by Thomas R. Swick
    Commonweal, February 14, 1992, pp. 28-29
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    1. Savage Inequalities by Jonathan Kozol
    2. Unquiet Days by Thomas R. Swick
    3. Haig's Command by Denis Winter
    4. My Well Balanced Life on a Wooden Leg by Al Capp
    The New Yorker, October 28, 1991, pp. 119-122
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Future Belongs to Freedom by Eduard Shevardnadze
    2. Nationalism and Policy Toward the Nationalities in the Soviet Union by Gerhard Simon
    3. The Collapse of State Socialism by Bartlomiej Kaminski
    4. The Rise of Nations in the Soviet Union by Michael Mandelbaum
    5. Eastern Europe in the Postwar World by Thomas W. Simons, Jr.
    6. The Socialist Economies in Transition by Robert W. Campbell
    7. Stalin: Triumph and Tragedy by Dmitri Volkogonov
    8. Soviet-American Relations After the Cold War by Robert Jervis and Seweryn Bialer
    9. Restructuring the Soviet Economy by Nicolas Spulber
    10. Five Years that Shook the World by Harley D. Balzer
    11. Gorbachev's Retreat by Melvin A. Goodman
    12. The USSR and Marxist Revolutions in the Third World by Mark N. Katz
    13. Yugoslav-American Economic Relations Since World War II by John R. Lampe, Russell O. Prickett, and Ljubisa S. Adamovic, ...
    14. Unquiet Days by Thomas R. Swick
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1991, pp. 197-200