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Adam B. Ulam • 92 Items / 42 Articles, 33 Reviews, 17 Books
The Rivals (1971)
America and Russia Since World War II
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Published Reviews
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    International Politics, Law and Organization (Review)
    The Rivals, by Adam B. Ulam
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    American Political Science Review, December 1973, pp. 1458-1459
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    The Bootblack Stand (Review)
    The Rivals, by Adam B. Ulam
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    The American Spectator, April 1973, pp. 27-29
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    The Cold War Revisited (Review)
    The Rivals, by Adam B. Ulam
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    Commentary, May 1972, pp. 84-85
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    Some Like It Cold (Review)
    The Rivals, by Adam B. Ulam
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    The New York Review of Books, November 18, 1971, pp. 41-42
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    United States (2 Reviews)
    After Yalta, by Lisle A. Rose
    1. After Yalta by Lisle A. Rose
    2. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    The American Historical Review, October 1975, p. 1061
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    Wit Twister (2 Reviews)
    The Rivals, by Adam B. Ulam
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    2. Nations in Darkness: China, Russia, and America by John G. Stoessinger
    The Saturday Review, November 20, 1971, pp. 38-39
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
    2. History and Class Consciousness by Georg Lukacs
    3. Deceitful Peace by Gerhart Niemeyer
    4. Russian Sea Power by David Fairhall
    5. The Victors' Dilemma by John Silverlight
    6. The Medvedev Papers by Zhores A. Medvedev
    7. Solzhenitsyn: A Documentary Record by Leopold Labedz
    8. Soviet Jewry Today and Tomorrow by Boris Smolar
    9. Ferment in the Ukraine by Michael Browne
    10. Men Versus Systems by Arthur E. Adams and Jan S. Adams
    11. Native Fascism in the Successor States, 1918-1945 by Peter F. Sugar
    12. Gomulka by Peter Raina
    13. Why Dubcek Fell by Pavel Tigrid
    14. The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring by Vladimir V. Kusin
    15. Writers Against Rulers by Dusan Hamsik
    16. The Embattled Mountain by F.W. Deakin
    17. Yugoslavia by Stevan K. Pavlowitch
    18. Eyewitness in Greece by John A. Katris
    Foreign Affairs, January 1972, pp. 383-384