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D.W. Brogan • 113 Items / 43 Articles, 50 Reviews, 20 Books
Government of the People (1933)
A Study in the American Political System
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Government of the People, by D.W. Brogan
    1. Government of the People by D.W. Brogan
    American Political Science Review, April 1934, p. 312
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    American Government and Politics (Review)
    Government of the People, by D.W. Brogan
    1. Government of the People by D.W. Brogan
    American Political Science Review, February 1945, p. 193
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    American Politics (Review)
    Government of the People, by D.W. Brogan
    1. Government of the People by D.W. Brogan
    The Nation, October 25, 1933, p. 487
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    A Scotchman's View of Our Democracy (Review)
    Government of the People, by D.W. Brogan
    1. Government of the People by D.W. Brogan
    The Saturday Review, October 7, 1933, p. 170
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Our Jungle Diplomacy by William Franklin Sands and Joseph M. Lalley
    2. First Fleet by Reg Ingraham
    3. The History of the New Deal, 1933-1938 by Basil Rauch
    4. Democracy Under Pressure by Stuart Chase
    5. Meet Your Congress by John T. Flynn
    6. Government of the People by D.W. Brogan
    7. The Dies Committee by August Raymond Ogden
    8. What America Thinks by William A. Lydgate
    9. What the Negro Wants by Rayford W. Logan
    10. Jim Crow Joins Up by Ruth Danenhower Wilson
    11. Here Comes Tomorrow by A. Wilbert Zelomek
    12. When Johnny Comes Marching Home by Dixon Wecter
    13. The Economics of Demobilization by E. Jay Howenstine, Jr.
    14. Civil Aviation and Peace by J. Parker Van Zandt
    15. The Wilson Era: Years of Peace, 1910-1917 by Josephus Daniels
    16. Bernard Baruch by Carter Field
    17. General Ike by Alden Hatch
    Foreign Affairs, April 1945, pp. 515-516