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Bernard M. Baruch • 16 Items / 6 Books, 9 Articles
American Industry in the War (1941)
A Report of the War Industries Board
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    Recent Books on International Relations (28 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Your Foreign Policy by Robert Aura Smith
    2. U.S.A. by D.W. Brogan
    3. Say, Is This the U.S.A.? by Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White
    4. Smash Hitler's International by Edmond Taylor, Edgar Snow, and Eliot Janeway
    5. The New "Common Sense" by William Fletcher Russell
    6. We Have a Future by Norman Thomas
    7. Getting Us Into War by Porter Sargent
    8. Democracy in American Life by Avery O. Craven
    9. Constitutional Revolution, Ltd. by Edward S. Corwin
    10. The Majority of the People by Edwin Mims, Jr.
    11. Administration and the Rule of Law by J. Roland Pennock
    12. Federal Administrative Proceedings by Walter Gellhorn
    13. The New Centralization by George C.S. Benson
    14. Planning for America by George B. Galloway
    15. Government Control of Business by Harold D. Koontz
    16. Government and the American Economy by Merle Fainsod and Lincoln Gordon
    17. American Industry in the War by Bernard M. Baruch
    18. The Structure of American Economy, 1919-1939 by Wassily W. Leontief
    19. Industry Goes to War by Cecil E. Fraser and Stanley F. Teele
    20. How America Lives by J.C. Furnas
    21. Today's Refugees, Tomorrow's Citizens by Gerhart Saenger
    22. Organized Anti-Semitism in America by Donald S. Strong
    23. Civil Air Defense by Augustin M. Prentiss
    24. Winged Warfare by Henry Harley Arnold and Ira C. Eaker
    25. Louisiana Hayride by Harnett T. Kane
    26. We Pledged Allegiance by Edith Guerrier
    27. Diplomat Between Wars by Hugh R. Wilson
    28. My American Diary by Walter Citrine
    Foreign Affairs, January 1942, pp. 379-380