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Harris Gaylord Warren • 12 Items / 5 Books, 7 Reviews
Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression (1959)
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    American History (Review)
    Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression, by Harris Gaylord Warren
    1. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    The American Historical Review, July 1959, pp. 976-977
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    American Government and Politics (Review)
    Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression, by Harris Gaylord Warren
    1. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    American Political Science Review, December 1959, p. 1162
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    Mr. Hoover as a Terrapin Progressive (Review)
    Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression, by Harris Gaylord Warren
    1. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    The New Republic, March 16, 1959, pp. 18-19
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    Received At Our Desk (8 Reviews)
    Studies in Economics
    1. American Trade Union Democracy by William Leiserson
    2. Altgeld's America, 1892-1950 by Ray Ginger
    3. The Foundations of Capitalism by Oliver C. Cox
    4. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    5. The Allocation of Economic Resources by Moses Abramovitz
    6. Class and Class Conflict in Industrial Society by Ralf Dahrendorf
    7. The Making of an American Community by Merle Curti, Robert Daniel, and Shaw Livermore, Jr., ...
    8. Introduction to the New Economics by Bernard L. Cohen
    Current History, September 1959, p. 172
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The United States in World Affairs, 1958 by Richard P. Stebbins
    2. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1958 by Paul E. Zinner
    3. What We Are For by Arthur Larson
    4. What's Wrong with U.S. Foreign Policy by C.L. Sulzberger
    5. The Tragedy of American Diplomacy by William Appleman Williams
    6. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1956 by Dwight D. Eisenhower
    7. The United States and the Treaty Law of the Sea by Henry Reiff
    8. Crisis Diplomacy by Doris A. Graber
    9. Robert Lansing and American Neutrality, 1914-1917 by Daniel Malloy Smith
    10. Peace Without Victory by Laurence W. Martin
    11. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    12. Education and Military Leadership by Gene Martin Lyons and John W. Masland
    13. William Nelson Cromwell, 1854-1948 by Arthur H. Dean
    Foreign Affairs, July 1959, pp. 688-689
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    Brief Comments on recent books (20 Reviews)
    An Anthropologist at Work, by Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict
    1. An Anthropologist at Work by Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict
    2. The Sociological Imagination by C. Wright Mills
    3. Can Man be Modified? by Jean Rostand
    4. The Simplicity of Science by Stanley D. Beck
    5. The Individual and the Universe by Bernard Lovell
    6. Law in Diplomacy by Percy E. Corbett
    7. Economic Development of Communist China by Cho-Ming Li
    8. The Economy, Liberty, and the State by Calvin B. Hoover
    9. Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression by Harris Gaylord Warren
    10. The Roosevelt Revolution by Mario Einaudi
    11. Contemporary Canada by Miriam Chapin
    12. The Correspondence of Edmund Burke, Vol. I by Thomas W. Copeland and Edmund Burke
    13. Homer and the Heroic Tradition by Cedric H. Whitman
    14. Shakespeare and His Betters by Reginald C. Churchill
    15. The Vision of Tragedy by Richard B. Sewall
    16. St. Petersburg by Andrey Biely
    17. D.H. Lawrence: A Composite Biography by Edward Nehls
    18. The Letters of Theodore Dreiser by Robert H. Elias and Theodore Dreiser
    19. The Critical Writings of James Joyce by Ellsworth Mason, Richard Ellmann, and James Joyce, ...
    20. Life Studies by Robert Lowell
    The American Scholar, Autumn 1959, pp. 514-535