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Willy Brandt • 18 Items / 9 Articles, 9 Books
The Ordeal of Coexistence (1963)
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    Message from the Mayor (Review)
    The Ordeal of Coexistence, by Willy Brandt
    1. The Ordeal of Coexistence by Willy Brandt
    The Saturday Review, May 18, 1963, p. 26
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Postwar Population Transfers in Europe, 1945-1955 by Joseph B. Schechtman
    2. The Community of Europe by Richard Mayne
    3. Algeria and France by Dorothy Maud Pickles
    4. The Ordeal of Coexistence by Willy Brandt
    5. The Politics of Postwar Germany by Walter Stahl
    6. Federalism, Bureaucracy, and Party Politics in Western Germany by Edward L. Pinney
    7. Goering by Roger Manvell and Heinrich Fraenkel
    8. The Italian Labor Movement by Daniel L. Horowitz
    Foreign Affairs, July 1963, pp. 782-783
  3. Books Received
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    Politics History Economics (16 Reviews)
    The Dollar in World Affairs, by Henry G. Aubrey
    1. The Dollar in World Affairs by Henry G. Aubrey
    2. East and West by C. Northcote Parkinson
    3. The Human Dimension in International Relations by Otto Klineberg
    4. International Business by Howe Martyn
    5. International Civil Service by Georges Langrod
    6. Local Government in Developing Countries by Harold F. Alderfer
    7. The Millennium of Europe by Oskar Halecki
    8. Nation-Building by Karl W. Deutsch and William J. Foltz
    9. Neutralism by Peter Lyon
    10. The Ordeal of Coexistence by Willy Brandt
    11. Planning Economic Development by Everett E. Hagen
    12. Political Science by J. Roland Pennock and David G. Smith
    13. The Politics of Hysteria by Edmund Stillman and William Pfaff
    14. Subversion of the Innocents by Dan Kurzman
    15. What Is Conservatism? by Frank S. Meyer
    16. World History, 1914-1968 by David Thomson
    Orbis, Spring 1964, pp. 180-182
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    Politics History Economics (25 Reviews)
    America and the World Revolution, and Other Lectures, by Arnold J. Toynbee
    1. America and the World Revolution, and Other Lectures by Arnold J. Toynbee
    2. The Calculus of Consent by James M. Buchanan and Gordon Tullock
    3. Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman
    4. In Defense of Liberalism by K.M. Panikkar
    5. The Diplomacy of Economic Development by Eugene R. Black
    6. Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective by Alexander Gerschenkron
    7. The Elements of International law by Gerard J. Mangone
    8. Foundations of International Politics by Harold Hance Sprout and Margaret Sprout
    9. Geography and Politics in a World Divided by Saul B. Cohen
    10. Government Guarantees to Foreign Investors by A.A. Fatouros
    11. The Making of Foreign Policy by Joseph Frankel
    12. Man in the Struggle for Peace by Charles Habib Malik
    13. The One and the Many by John Brooks
    14. The Ordeal of Coexistence by Willy Brandt
    15. Peace-Keeping by UN Forces by Arthur Lee Burns and Nina Heathcote
    16. Political Development in the New States by Edward Shils
    17. Political Handbook and Atlas of the World, 1963 by Walter H. Mallory
    18. The Political Role of Labor in Developing Countries by Bruce H. Millen
    19. Primitive Rebels by E.J. Hobsbawm
    20. Public Finance in Underdeveloped Countries by A.R. Prest
    21. The Quiet Battle by Mulford Q. Sibley
    22. Spearheads of Democracy by George C. Lodge
    23. Toward World Order by Amry Vandenbosch and Willard N. Hogan
    24. The United Nations Reconsidered by Raymond A. Moore, Jr.
    25. World Order and New States by Peter Calvocoressi
    Orbis, Summer 1963, pp. 421-424