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Herbert Agar • 43 Items / 15 Books, 16 Articles, 11 Reviews
Who Owns America? (1936)
A New Declaration of Independence
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Published Reviews
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    Lost Cause Found (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    The American Enterprise, October 2000, p. 59
  2. Books in Review
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    Property as an Absolute (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    The New Republic, July 1, 1936, p. 245
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    "O Time In Your Flight" (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    The Nation, June 24, 1936, p. 813
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    Briefly Noted (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    First Things, March 2000, p. 90
  5. Books
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    Independence and Interdependence (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    Commonweal, June 12, 1936, pp. 191-193
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    Agrarianism, American Style (Review)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    The Saturday Review, July 25, 1936, p. 17
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    Three Important Books (3 Reviews)
    Who Owns America?, by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    1. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    2. The Restoration of Property by Hilaire Belloc
    3. On Being Human by Paul Elmer More
    The American Review, October 1936, pp. 601-604
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    Prophets of the New Order (4 Reviews)
    Fifty-Five Men: The Story of the Constitution, by Fred Rodell
    1. Fifty-Five Men: The Story of the Constitution by Fred Rodell
    2. Democratic Despotism by Raoul E. Desvernine
    3. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    4. Brass Tacks by David Cushman Coyle
    The American Mercury, March 1937
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    The Check List (4 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. Labor Unions and the Public by Walter Chambers
    2. Vital Peace by Henry Wickham Steed
    3. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    4. Washington Jitters by Dalton Trumbo
    The American Mercury, November 1936, p. 380
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations by (16 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. The Far Eastern Crisis by Henry L. Stimson
    2. The Devil Theory of War by Charles A. Beard
    3. The Neutrality Policy of the United States by Julia Emily Johnsen
    4. M-Day: The Day America Mobilizes for War by Rose Marian Stein
    5. Whose Constitution? by Henry A. Wallace
    6. After the New Deal, What? by Norman Thomas
    7. A Program for Modern America by Harry W. Laidler
    8. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    9. An American Experiment by Edward M. Hugh-Jones and E.A. Radice
    10. Jews in America
    11. Hearst: Lord of San Simeon by Oliver Carlson and Ernest Sutherland Bates
    12. War in the Pacific by Sutherland Denlinger and Charles B. Gary
    13. American Diplomacy by Benjamin H. Williams
    14. State Interests in American Treaties by Nicholas Pendleton Mitchell
    15. What the International Labor Organization Means to America by Spencer Miller, Jr.
    16. The President's Control of the Tariff by John Day Larkin
    Foreign Affairs, October 1936, pp. 207-208