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Robert Grainger Ker Thompson • 5 Books
No Exit from Vietnam (1969)
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    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    No Exit from Vietnam, by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    1. No Exit from Vietnam by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    American Political Science Review, December 1971, pp. 1232-1233
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    Correspondence (Review)
    No Exit from Vietnam, by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    1. No Exit from Vietnam by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    The Labour Monthly, November 1969, p. 526
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    Vietnam: The Right Way and the Wrong Way (Review)
    No Exit from Vietnam, by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    1. No Exit from Vietnam by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    National Review, October 7, 1969, p. 1018
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    Your Literary I.Q. (2 Reviews)
    No Exit from Vietnam, by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    1. No Exit from Vietnam by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    2. Who We Are by Robert Manning and Michael Janeway
    The Saturday Review, September 6, 1969, pp. 31-32
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Making of the President, 1968 by Theodore H. White
    2. No Exit from Vietnam by Robert Grainger Ker Thompson
    3. American Defense Policy by Mark E. Smith III and Claude J. Johns, Jr.
    4. The Korean War and American Politics by Ronald J. Caridi
    5. U.S. Foreign Policy by Paul Seabury and Aaron Wildavsky
    6. The Most Unsordid Act by Warren F. Kimball
    7. American Appeasement by Arnold A. Offner
    8. Come to the Party by Hugh Scott
    9. America and East Asia by Richard Harris
    10. Presidential Advisory System by Thomas E. Cronin and Sanford D. Greenberg
    11. America at War by Richard Polenberg
    Foreign Affairs, October 1969, p. 185