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Colonies (1944)
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    Colonies, by Eric Anderson Walker
    1. Colonies by Eric Anderson Walker
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1945, p. 299
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    Recent Books on International Relations (26 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. An Intelligent American's Guide to the Peace by Sumner Welles
    2. Strategy of Peace by Henry Merritt Wriston
    3. The Gentlemen Talk of Peace by William B. Ziff
    4. Foreign Policy Begins at Home by James P. Warburg
    5. Problems of the Peace by Wilson Harris
    6. The Second Chance by John Boardman Whitton
    7. The United Nations of the World by Haridas T. Muzumdar
    8. Continentalism: For Enduring Peace by Allan Ramsey Wurtele
    9. The Peace We Americans Need by Edmund Jacobson
    10. New Perspectives on Peace by George B. de Huszar
    11. Postwar Problems in Business, Education, and Government
    12. Pioneers in World Order by Harriet Eager Davis
    13. Colonies by Eric Anderson Walker
    14. Bureaucracy by Ludwig Von Mises
    15. The Device of Government by John Laird
    16. How to Tell Progress from Reaction by Manya Gordon
    17. War Through the Ages by Lynn Montross
    18. War and Its Causes by Luther Lee Bernard
    19. What Makes a War End? by H.A. Calahan
    20. Warfare Today by Reginald Bacon
    21. Air Power and the Expanding Community by Oliver Stewart
    22. Bombing Vindicated by J.M. Spaight
    23. The Legal Effects of War by Lord McNair and A.D. Watts
    24. Claims to Territory in International Law and Relations by Norman L. Hill
    25. Beyond All Fronts by Max Jordan
    26. Political Handbook of the World, 1945 by Walter H. Mallory
    Foreign Affairs, April 1945, pp. 510-512