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The Dark Side of the Moon (1947)
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Published Reviews
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    The Screen: For You and You and You (Review)
    The Dark Side of the Moon, by Anonymous
    1. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    Commonweal, March 21, 1947, p. 568
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    Reviews (Review)
    The Dark Side of the Moon, by Anonymous
    1. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1947, pp. 602-603
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    Victims of Wrong "Social Origins" (Review)
    The Dark Side of the Moon, by Anonymous
    1. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    The Saturday Review, March 15, 1947, p. 16
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    The Check List (4 Reviews)
    Foreign Affairs
    1. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    2. The Memoirs of Doctor Felix Kersten by Herma Briffault and Felix Kersten
    3. USSR: A Concise Handbook by Ernest J. Simmons
    4. Of Guilt and Hope by Martin Niemoller
    The American Mercury, May 1947, p. 632
  5. The Library
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    Forced Labor in Soviet Russia (4 Reviews)
    Report on the Russian Timber Camps, by Alan Pim and Edward Bateson
    1. Report on the Russian Timber Camps by Alan Pim and Edward Bateson
    2. I Speak for the Silent by Vladimir V. Tchernavin
    3. Forced Labor in Soviet Russia by David J. Dallin and Boris I. Nicolaevsky
    4. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    The American Mercury, November 1947, pp. 619-627
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    Books Received (7 Reviews)
    The Dark Side of the Moon, by Anonymous
    1. The Dark Side of the Moon by Anonymous
    2. Leonardo da Vinci: A Study in Psychosexuality by Sigmund Freud
    3. Russia in Perspective by George Soloveytchik
    4. The United States and the Near East by E.A. Speiser
    5. Our Vichy Gamble by William L. Langer
    6. The United Nations Organization Handbook by Andrew Boyd
    7. The Lincoln Reader by Paul M. Angle
    The New Masses, April 29, 1947, pp. 28-29