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Oswin W. Willcox • 5 Books
Nations Can Live at Home (1935)
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    Peace through Plenty (Review)
    Nations Can Live at Home, by O.W. Willcox
    1. Nations Can Live at Home by O.W. Willcox
    Commonweal, October 4, 1935, p. 562
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    Feeding Ourselves (Review)
    Nations Can Live at Home, by O.W. Willcox
    1. Nations Can Live at Home by O.W. Willcox
    The Nation, January 1, 1936, p. 24
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    Agrophantics (Review)
    Nations Can Live at Home, by O.W. Willcox
    1. Nations Can Live at Home by O.W. Willcox
    The New Republic, October 30, 1935, p. 340
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    Among the Outstanding Books (3 Reviews)
    Nations Can Live at Home, by O.W. Willcox
    1. Nations Can Live at Home by O.W. Willcox
    2. Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles by Stefan Zweig
    3. War Memoirs of Robert Lansing by Robert Lansing
    The Literary Digest, September 21, 1935, pp. 24-25
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    General: Economic
    1. Economic Thought and Its Traditional Background by Harvey Whitefield Peck
    2. The Great Change by Richard T. Ely and Frank Bohn
    3. An Economist's Confession of Faith by Gilbert Jackson
    4. Aspects of the Theory of International Capital Movements by Carl Iversen
    5. The United States as a Financial Centre, 1919-1933 by M.F. Jolliffe
    6. The International Banks by A.S.J. Baster
    7. War and the Private Investor by Eugene Staley
    8. Economic Freedom by Francis W. Hirst
    9. Tariff Policy by Octavio Paranagua
    10. Nations Can Live at Home by O.W. Willcox
    11. The Agricultural Crisis by Joseph M. Goldstein
    Foreign Affairs, January 1936, p. 356