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William Henry Chamberlin • 436 Items / 21 Books, 280 Articles, 124 Reviews
America's Second Crusade (1950)
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Published Reviews
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    America's Second Crusade, by William Henry Chamberlin
    1. America's Second Crusade by William Henry Chamberlin
    American Political Science Review, March 1951, p. 265
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    Not Merely Gossip (Review)
    America's Second Crusade, by William Henry Chamberlin
    1. America's Second Crusade by William Henry Chamberlin
    Human Events, October 11, 1950, p. 8
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    That Dictator Roosevelt Again (Review)
    America's Second Crusade, by William Henry Chamberlin
    1. America's Second Crusade by William Henry Chamberlin
    The Saturday Review, November 18, 1950, p. 20
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Man of Independence by Jonathan Daniels
    2. Bureaucracy in a Democracy by Charles S. Hyneman
    3. Modern Republic by Spencer Pinkham
    4. Federal Reserve Policy-Making by George Leland Bach
    5. Wartime Economic Planning in Agriculture by Bela Gold
    6. Trade and Agriculture by D. Gale Johnson
    7. Production and Welfare of Agriculture by Theodore W. Schultz
    8. The Road to Pearl Harbor by Herbert Feis
    9. America's Second Crusade by William Henry Chamberlin
    10. Faith, Purpose and Power by James P. Warburg
    11. Ordeal by Slander by Owen Lattimore
    12. Character Assassination by Jerome Davis
    13. A Generation on Trial by Alistair Cooke
    14. The Pre-Election Polls of 1948 by Frederick Mosteller, Herbert Hyman, and Philip J. McCarthy, ...
    15. European Beliefs Regarding the United States, 1949 by Henry Lee Munson
    16. Statehood for Hawaii by William C. Dill
    Foreign Affairs, January 1951, p. 321