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William S. White Archives
William S. White • 63 Items / 6 Books, 56 Articles, 1 Review
The Responsibles (1971)
How Five American Leaders Coped with Crisis
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    In Brief (5 Reviews)
    Source Catalog - Communications, by Source Collective
    1. Source Catalog - Communications by Source Collective
    2. The Schlemiel as Modern Hero by Ruth R. Wisse
    3. Peace with China? by Earl C. Ravenal
    4. The Responsibles by William S. White
    5. My Land is Dying by Harry M. Caudill
    The New Republic, January 1, 1972, pp. 25-26
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    United States and Canada (5 Reviews)
    Afternoon on the Potomac?, by Roy Jenkins
    1. Afternoon on the Potomac? by Roy Jenkins
    2. Canadian Foreign Policy by Dale C. Thomson and Roger F. Swanson
    3. Diplomacy for Victory by Raymond G. O'Connor
    4. The Origins of American Intervention in the First World War by Ross Gregory
    5. The Responsibles by William S. White
    Orbis, Spring 1972, p. 305
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Coming Apart by William L. O'Neill
    2. Uncommon Sense by James MacGregor Burns
    3. The Limits of Power by Joyce Kolko and Gabriel Kolko
    4. Kennedy Justice by Victor S. Navasky
    5. The Kennedy Doctrine by Louise FitzSimons
    6. Pacifist's Progress by Bernard K. Johnpoll
    7. The Truman Doctrine and the Origins of McCarthyism by Richard M. Freeland
    8. The Role of Congress in Foreign Policy by John C. Stennis and J. William Fulbright
    9. Peace with China? by Earl C. Ravenal
    10. Political Hysteria in America by Murray B. Levin
    11. Dissent and the State in Peace and War by Morton A. Kaplan
    12. The Responsibles by William S. White
    13. The Constitution in Crisis Times, 1918-1969 by Paul L. Murphy
    Foreign Affairs, April 1972, pp. 582-583