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James T. Wooten • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article
Dasher (1977)
The Roots and the Rising of Jimmy Carter
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    Commendables (Review)
    Wooten's Challenge
    1. Dasher by James T. Wooten
    Chronicles, May 1978, p. 14
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    Why He's Not the Best (Review)
    Dasher, by James T. Wooten
    1. Dasher by James T. Wooten
    The New York Review of Books, May 18, 1978, pp. 18-26
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    Political Books (Review)
    Dasher, by James T. Wooten
    1. Dasher by James T. Wooten
    The Washington Monthly, December 1977, pp. 57-58
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    1. Dasher by James T. Wooten
    2. Politics and Markets by Charles E. Lindblom
    3. Black Odyssey by Nathan Irvin Huggins
    4. Lermontov: Tragedy in the Caucasus by Laurence Kelly
    The New Yorker, March 20, 1978, pp. 150-154
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Honorable Men by William E. Colby and Peter Forbath
    2. Allies of a Kind by Christopher Thorne
    3. Russia, the Soviet Union, and the United States by John Lewis Gaddis
    4. Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case by Allen Weinstein
    5. Legend: The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald by Edward Jay Epstein
    6. Dulles by Leonard Mosley
    7. A Pretty Good Club by Martin Weil
    8. Silent Missions by Vernon A. Walters
    9. Grassroots by George S. McGovern
    10. Dasher by James T. Wooten
    11. The Parties by Henry Fairlie
    12. On Press by Tom Wicker
    13. The Public and American Foreign Policy, 1918-1978 by Ralph B. Levering
    Foreign Affairs, July 1978, pp. 884-885