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Jack Valenti • 10 Items / 2 Books, 6 Articles, 2 Films
A Very Human President (1976)
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    New Books (Review)
    A Very Human President, by Jack Valenti
    1. A Very Human President by Jack Valenti
    The Saturday Review, January 24, 1976, p. 37
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    Political Booknotes (5 Reviews)
    A Man Named Tony, by Stuart Brown
    1. A Man Named Tony by Stuart Brown
    2. Simple Justice by Richard Kluger
    3. A Soldier Reports by William C. Westmoreland
    4. Unequal Justice by Jerold S. Auerbach
    5. A Very Human President by Jack Valenti
    The Washington Monthly, January 1976, pp. 63-66
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. American Foreign Relations 1971 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    2. A Peace Denied by Gareth Porter
    3. The Time of Illusion: Vietnam by Jonathan Schell
    4. Prelude to Disaster by Weldon A. Brown
    5. Uncertain Friendship by Marvin R. Zahniser
    6. America and the Arab States by Robert W. Stookey
    7. Along the Afric Shore by Russell Warren Howe
    8. A Cartoon History of United States Foreign Policy, 1776-1976
    9. Beyond Kissinger by George Liska
    10. Nightmare: The Underside of the Nixon Years by J. Anthony Lukas
    11. Game Plan for Disaster by Clark R. Mollenhoff
    12. A Very Human President by Jack Valenti
    13. The Promise and the Performance by Lewis J. Paper
    14. Herbert Hoover: President of the United States by Edgar Eugene Robinson and Vaughn Davis Bornet, ...
    15. The New American Ideology by George C. Lodge
    16. Interest and Ideology by Bruce M. Russett and Elizabeth C. Hanson
    17. Power Shift by Kirkpatrick Sale
    18. The New Reformers by Stephen C. Schlesinger
    Foreign Affairs, April 1976, pp. 614-616