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    1. Notes & Topics 
      Encounter
      , September 1982, pp. 32-33 - PDF
    2. Points of the Compass 
      Encounter
      , June 1982, pp. 100-107 - PDF
    3. Encounter
      , June 1982, p. 45 - PDF
    4. Film 
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      (Review)
      Spaghetti Westerns, by Christopher Frayling
      1. Spaghetti Westerns by Christopher Frayling
      Encounter
      , January 1982, pp. 72-73 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Ingmar Bergman and the Rituals of Art, by Paisley Livingston
      1. Ingmar Bergman and the Rituals of Art by Paisley Livingston
      2. Theories of Authorship by John Caughie
      3. Screen Reader 2: Cinema and Semiotics by Steve Neale and Mick Eaton
      4. Hawks on Hawks by Joseph McBride
      5. The Films of Carl-Theodor Dreyer by David Bordwell
      6. Eisenstein's Ivan the Terrible by Kristin Thompson
      7. Two or Three Things I Know About Her by Alfred Guzzetti
      8. Feature Films as History by K.R.M. Short
      9. The Film in History by Pierre Sorlin
      10. Screening Out the Past by Lary May
      Encounter
      , May 1982, pp. 75-79 - PDF
      1. Ingmar Bergman and the Rituals of Art by Paisley Livingston
      2. Theories of Authorship by John Caughie
      3. Screen Reader 2: Cinema and Semiotics by Steve Neale and Mick Eaton
      4. Hawks on Hawks by Joseph McBride
      5. The Films of Carl-Theodor Dreyer by David Bordwell
      6. Eisenstein's Ivan the Terrible by Kristin Thompson
      7. Two or Three Things I Know About Her by Alfred Guzzetti
      8. Feature Films as History by K.R.M. Short
      9. The Film in History by Pierre Sorlin
      10. Screening Out the Past by Lary May
      Encounter
      , January 1982, pp. 18-26 - PDF
    6. Books & Writers 
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      (Review)
      Midnight's Children, by Salman Rushdie
      1. Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie
      Encounter
      , February 1982, pp. 61-65 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Anthony Eden: A Biography, by David Carlton
      1. Anthony Eden: A Biography by David Carlton
      2. The United States, Britain and Appeasement, 1936-1939 by C.A. MacDonald
      3. Kennedy and Roosevelt: The Uneasy Alliance by Michael R. Beschloss
      4. Washington Dispatches, 1941-45 by H.G. Nicholas
      Encounter
      , February 1982, pp. 70-75 - PDF
    8. East & West 
      1. Anthony Eden: A Biography by David Carlton
      2. The United States, Britain and Appeasement, 1936-1939 by C.A. MacDonald
      3. Kennedy and Roosevelt: The Uneasy Alliance by Michael R. Beschloss
      4. Washington Dispatches, 1941-45 by H.G. Nicholas
      Encounter
      , February 1982, pp. 76-80 - PDF
      1. Anthony Eden: A Biography by David Carlton
      2. The United States, Britain and Appeasement, 1936-1939 by C.A. MacDonald
      3. Kennedy and Roosevelt: The Uneasy Alliance by Michael R. Beschloss
      4. Washington Dispatches, 1941-45 by H.G. Nicholas
      Encounter
      , February 1982, pp. 56-57 - PDF
    9. Special Book Section: Politics & World Affairs 
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      (17 Reviews)
      The Shape of Wars to Come, by David Baker
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , March 1982, pp. 51-57 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , January 1982, p. 67 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , February 1982, p. 96 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , March 1982, p. 96 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , April 1982, p. 95 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , May 1982, p. 96 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , June 1982, p. 19 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , August 1982, p. 79 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , September 1982, p. 97 - PDF
      1. The Shape of Wars to Come by David Baker
      2. The Nuclear Revolution by Michael Mandelbaum
      3. War and Change in World Politics by Robert Gilpin
      4. The Nuclear Destruction of Britain by Magnus Clarke
      5. British Nuclear Weapons by Jeff McMahan
      6. How to Make Up Your Mind About the Bomb by Robert R. Neild
      7. Nuclear Nightmares by Nigel Calder
      8. Apocalypse by Louis Rene Beres
      9. The Politics of Nuclear Disarmament by Martin H. Ryle
      10. The Atom Besieged by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak
      11. Race to the Finish? by Dervla Murphy
      12. How Safe is Nuclear Energy? by Alan H. Cottrell
      13. The Failed Promise of Nuclear Power by Irvin C. Bupp and Jean-Claude Derian
      14. The Politics of Uranium by Norman Moss
      15. Nuclear Proliferation by George Quester
      16. Politics and Force Levels by Desmond Ball
      17. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Test Ban by Glenn T. Seaborg
      Encounter
      , November 1982, p. 84 - PDF