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Michael Brecher • 21 Items / 13 Books, 6 Articles, 2 Reviews
Nehru: A Political Biography (1959)
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Published Reviews
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    Far Eastern History (Review)
    Nehru: A Political Biography, by Michael Brecher
    1. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    The American Historical Review, January 1960, pp. 385-386
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    Nehru's Power (Review)
    Nehru: A Political Biography, by Michael Brecher
    1. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    Encounter, January 1960, pp. 85-86
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    The Paradoxes of Nehru (Review)
    Nehru: A Political Biography, by Michael Brecher
    1. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    The Nation, June 25, 1960, p. 555
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    Reviews (Review)
    Nehru: A Political Biography, by Michael Brecher
    1. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1959, pp. 593-594
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    A Glowing Light in the Gray Gallery of Leaders (2 Reviews)
    Nehru: A Political Biography, by Michael Brecher
    1. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    2. Nehru and Democracy by Donald Eugene Smith
    The Saturday Review, June 27, 1959, p. 12
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    Received At Our Desk (5 Reviews)
    Soviet Russia and Indian Communism, 1917-1947, by David N. Druhe
    1. Soviet Russia and Indian Communism, 1917-1947 by David N. Druhe
    2. Economic Integration by Rolf Sannwald and Jacques Stohler
    3. Diplomacy in a Changing World by Stephen D. Kertesz and M.A. Fitzsimons
    4. Communism and British Intellectuals by Neal Wood
    5. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    Current History, March 1960, pp. 170-171
  7. Books and the Arts
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    The Different Indias They See (6 Reviews)
    India and America, by Phillips Talbot and S.L. Poplai
    1. India and America by Phillips Talbot and S.L. Poplai
    2. Communism in India by Gene D. Overstreet and Marshall Windmiller
    3. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    4. Pilot Project, India by Albert Mayer, Mckim Marriott, and Richard L. Park, ...
    5. India Changes! by Taya Zinkin
    6. The Leaf and the Flame by Margaret Parton
    The New Republic, November 30, 1959, p. 19
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    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    South and Southeast Asia
    1. Mahatma Gandhi by B.R. Nanda
    2. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    3. A Bunch of Old Letters by Jawaharlal Nehru
    4. The Dragon's Seed by Robert S. Elegant
    5. Viet-Nam: The First Five Years by Richard W. Lindholm
    6. The Indonesian Town
    7. The Dynamics of the Western New Guinea Problem by Robert C. Bone, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, October 1959, p. 160
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    Brief comments on recent books (20 Reviews)
    A History of Western Morals, by Crane Brinton
    1. A History of Western Morals by Crane Brinton
    2. The House of Intellect by Jacques Barzun
    3. The Structure of Nations and Empires by Reinhold Niebuhr
    4. Just Before Darwin by Milton Millhauser
    5. Flying Saucers by C.G. Jung
    6. Free Associations by Ernest Jones
    7. The Warriors by J. Glenn Gray
    8. The Idea of the University by Karl Jaspers and Karl W. Deutsch
    9. Our Public Life by Paul Weiss
    10. The President's Cabinet by Richard F. Fenno, Jr.
    11. Nehru: A Political Biography by Michael Brecher
    12. Italy: A Modern History by Denis Mack Smith
    13. France: A Modern History by Albert Guerard
    14. The Frozen Revolution: Poland by Frank Gibney
    15. The Dragon's Seed by Robert S. Elegant
    16. The Harmless People by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas
    17. Henry Purcell, 1659-1695 by Imogen Holst
    18. Heiress of All the Ages by William Wasserstrom
    19. The World's One Clock by Louise Townsend Nicholl
    20. The Third Voice by Denis Donoghue
    The American Scholar, Winter 1960, pp. 118-135