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    1. Foreign Affairs Bibliography (1945) by Robert Gale Woolbert
      A Selected and Annotated List of Books on International Relations, 1932-1942
      2 Reviews
    2. [+]
      (Review)
      Italy from Within, by Richard G. Massock
      1. Italy from Within by Richard G. Massock
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1943, p. 558
    3. [+]
      (Review)
      Italian Democracy in the Making, 1900-1914, by A. William Salomone
      1. Italian Democracy in the Making, 1900-1914 by A. William Salomone
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1946, p. 607
      1. Italian Democracy in the Making, 1900-1914 by A. William Salomone
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1942, pp. 535-551
      1. Italian Democracy in the Making, 1900-1914 by A. William Salomone
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1937, pp. 374-380
    4. [+]
      (Review)
      A Short History of Eritrea, by Stephen H. Longrigg
      1. A Short History of Eritrea by Stephen H. Longrigg
      The American Historical Review
      , October 1946, p. 100
    5. Feudal Ethiopia and Her Army
      1. A Short History of Eritrea by Stephen H. Longrigg
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1935, pp. 71-81
      1. A Short History of Eritrea by Stephen H. Longrigg
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1935, pp. 499-508
      1. A Short History of Eritrea by Stephen H. Longrigg
      Foreign Policy Report
      , May 1, 1940, pp. 45-56
    6. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Italy at the Paris Peace Conference, by Rene Albrecht-Carrie
      1. Italy at the Paris Peace Conference by Rene Albrecht-Carrie
      2. Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy, 1914-1937 by Maxwell H.H. Macartney and Paul Cremona
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1939, p. 907
      1. Italy at the Paris Peace Conference by Rene Albrecht-Carrie
      2. Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy, 1914-1937 by Maxwell H.H. Macartney and Paul Cremona
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1938, pp. 309-322
      1. Italy at the Paris Peace Conference by Rene Albrecht-Carrie
      2. Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy, 1914-1937 by Maxwell H.H. Macartney and Paul Cremona
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1936, pp. 340-344
    7. [+]
      (Review)
      Color and Democracy, by W.E.B. DuBois
      1. Color and Democracy by W.E.B. DuBois
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1945, p. 1054
    8. [+]
      (22 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The Conquest of Power by Albert Weisbord
      2. Collectivism: A False Utopia by William Henry Chamberlin
      3. A Good Word for Democracy by S.E. Forman
      4. Theory of the Democratic State by Marie T. Collins Swabey
      5. The Story of Dictatorship by E.E. Kellett
      6. The Press and World Affairs by Robert William Desmond
      7. International Relations Since the Peace Treaties by E.H. Carr
      8. World Revolution, 1917-1936 by C.L.R. James
      9. Peaceful Change: A Study of International Procedures by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
      10. A History of Peaceful Change in the Modern World by C.R.M.F. Cruttwell
      11. Peaceful Change: An International Problem by Charles A.W. Manning
      12. The League and the Future of the Collective System by Herbert S. Morrison
      13. What Is Ahead of Us? by G.D.H. Cole
      14. Peace or War? by Harold S. Quigley
      15. The Price of European Peace by Frank Darvall
      16. Which Way to Peace? by Bertrand Russell
      17. Foreigners Aren't Fools by Christopher Hollis
      18. We Cover the World by Eugene Lyons
      19. Flood-Light on Europe by Felix Wittmer
      20. Blood on the Moon by Linton Wells
      21. What Is This Moslem World? by Charles R. Watson
      22. The Statesman's Year-Book, 1937 by M. Epstein
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, pp. 176-177
    9. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. Economic Planning and International Order by Lionel C. Robbins
      2. Planned Society: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by Findlay MacKenzie
      3. Socialism by Ludwig Von Mises
      4. Economic Balance or World War by Scoville Hamlin
      5. Studies in the Theory of International Trade by Jacob Viner
      6. The Problem of International Investment
      7. World Finance, 1935-1937 by Paul Einzig
      8. Gold Deposits of the World by William Harvey Emmons
      9. Introductory Economic Geography by Lester E. Klimm, Otis P. Starkey, and...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, p. 178
    10. The World War
      1. Economic Planning and International Order by Lionel C. Robbins
      2. Planned Society: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by Findlay MacKenzie
      3. Socialism by Ludwig Von Mises
      4. Economic Balance or World War by Scoville Hamlin
      5. Studies in the Theory of International Trade by Jacob Viner
      6. The Problem of International Investment
      7. World Finance, 1935-1937 by Paul Einzig
      8. Gold Deposits of the World by William Harvey Emmons
      9. Introductory Economic Geography by Lester E. Klimm, Otis P. Starkey, and...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, pp. 179-180
    11. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The International Relations of the United States
      1. Is America Afraid? by Livingston Hartley
      2. The Bulwark of the Republic by Burton J. Hendrick
      3. The United States Among the Nations by Wallace Walter Atwood
      4. Government in the United States by Claudius O. Johnson
      5. Influence of Organized Labor on the Foreign Policy of the United States by Margaret Hardy
      6. The Settlement of Canadian-American Disputes by Percy E. Corbett
      7. Twenty Years as Military Attache by T. Bentley Mott
      8. From Bryan to Stalin by William Z. Foster
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, p. 181
    12. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Labour Conditions in Western Europe, 1820 to 1935 by Jurgen Kuczynski
      2. The Third Reich by Henri Lichtenberger and Koppel S. Pinson
      3. The Spirit and Structure of German Fascism by Robert A. Brady
      4. Germany: The Last Four Years by Germanicus
      5. Economic Development of Germany Under National Socialism by Vaso Trivanovitch
      6. Christ Versus Hitler by William Kraft
      7. Denmark: Kingdom of Reason by Agnes Rothery
      8. Does Norwegian Labor Seek the Middle Way? by Finn Moe
      9. The Government of Switzerland by William E. Rappard
      10. The Separation of Church and State in Italian Thought from Cavour to Mussolini by S. William Halperin
      11. The Papacy in Politics Today by Joseph McCabe
      12. Spain: A Tragic Journey by F. Theobald Rogers
      13. Single to Spain by Keith Scott Watson
      14. After the Revolution by D.A. de Santillan
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, pp. 181-184
    13. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. The Letters of Lenin by Elizabeth Hill, Doris Mudie, and Vlad...
      2. The Second Five-Year Plan
      3. From Lenin to Stalin by Victor Serge
      4. The Stalin School of Falsification by Leon Trotsky
      5. Banks, Credit, and Money in Soviet Russia by Arthur Z. Arnold
      6. The Poland of Pilsudski by Robert Machray
      7. Polish Countrysides by Louise A. Boyd
      8. Hitler's Drive to the East by F. Elwyn Jones
      9. National Minorities in Central Europe by Joseph Chmelar
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, pp. 185-186
    14. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. The Magic of Monarchy by Kingsley Martin
      2. King Edward VIII: An Intimate Biography by Hector Bolitho
      3. Coronation Commentary by Geoffrey Dennis
      4. The Condition of Britain by G.D.H. Cole and Margaret Cole
      5. Problems of Nationality, 1918-1936 by W.K. Hancock
      6. Chatham House by Stephen King-Hall
      7. The English Cooperatives by Sydney Robert Elliott
      8. Politics from Inside by Austen Chamberlain
      9. The Life of Lord Carson by Ian Colvin
      10. T.E. Lawrence by His Friends by A.W. Lawrence
      11. Ireland and the British Empire, 1937: Conflict or Collaboration by Henry Harrison
      12. Grey Steel: J.C. Smuts, A Study in Arrogance by Harold C. Armstrong
      13. The Indian Federation by Shafa'At Ahmad Khan
      14. New Constitution of India by Sudhir Kumar Lahiri and B.N. Banerjea
      15. Indian States in the Federation by N.D. Varadachariar
      16. India and Britain: A Moral Challenge by C.F. Andrews
      17. The Legacy of India by G.T. Garratt
      18. Recent Economic Changes in New Zealand by W.B. Sutch
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1937, pp. 187-188