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The Geography of Hunger (1952)
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Published Reviews
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    Leisure in a Bourgeois World (Review)
    The Geography of Hunger, by Josue de Castro
    1. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    Commonweal, April 11, 1952, p. 21
  2. Books and the Arts
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    Diet and the Birth Rate (Review)
    The Geography of Hunger, by Josue de Castro
    1. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    The Nation, March 15, 1952, p. 254
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    Food and the World (Review)
    The Geography of Hunger, by Josue de Castro
    1. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    The New Republic, April 7, 1952, p. 19
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    No Need for Malthusianism (Review)
    The Geography of Hunger, by Josue de Castro
    1. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    The Saturday Review, March 22, 1952, p. 19
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    This Crooked Way, by Elizabeth Spencer
    1. This Crooked Way by Elizabeth Spencer
    2. Naked to Mine Enemies by Susan Yorke
    3. Air Bridge by Hammond Innes
    4. Trial by Terror by Paul Gallico
    5. Ghost and Flesh by William Goyen
    6. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    7. I Live Again by Princess Ileana of Romania
    8. When Doctors Are Patients by Max Pinner, M.D. and Benjamin F. Miller, M.D., ...
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1952, pp. 107-114
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    General: Economic, Social and Cultural
    1. Four Thousand Million Mouths by F. Le Gros Clark and N.W. Pirie
    2. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    3. Population on the Loose by Elmer Pendell
    4. Capitalism and Socialism on Trial by Fritz Sternberg
    5. Mobilizing Resources for War by Tibor Scitovsky, Edward Shaw, and Lorie Tarshis
    6. Mobilization and Inflation by Frederic L. Simmons
    7. The Economics of Collective Action by John R. Commons
    8. Schumpeter: Social Scientist by Seymour E. Harris
    9. Air War and Emotional Stress by Irving L. Janis
    10. The Story of the Rockefeller Foundation by Raymond B. Fosdick
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, p. 670
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    Brief Comments (28 Reviews)
    Twenty-nine outstanding books of the previous quarter
    1. The Desert Year by Joseph Wood Krutch
    2. The Geography of Hunger by Josue de Castro
    3. West African Explorers by Cecil Howard
    4. The Era of Good Feelings by George Dangerfield
    5. The Life of Billy Yank by Bell Irvin Wiley
    6. Mr. President by William Hillman
    7. How to Get Rich in Washington by Blair Bolles
    8. Eisenhower: The Man and the Symbol by John Gunther
    9. New Hopes for a Changing World by Bertrand Russell
    10. The Lonely Tower by Thomas R. Henn
    11. City of Discontent by Mark Harris
    12. Horace Walpole's Correspondence by W.S. Lewis, A Dayle Wallace, and Horace Walpole
    13. Funds and Foundations: Their Policies, Past and Present by Abraham Flexner and Esther S. Bailey
    14. The Story of the Rockefeller Foundation by Raymond B. Fosdick
    15. The Great Days of Piracy in the West Indies by George Woodbury
    16. The Autobiography of a Hunted Priest by John Gerard
    17. As You Pass by by Kenneth Holcomb Dunshee
    18. Dance to the Piper by Agnes de Mille
    19. Duveen by S.N. Behrman
    20. This Crooked Way by Elizabeth Spencer
    21. The Catherine Wheel by Jean Stafford
    22. Jefferson Selleck by Carl Jonas
    23. Grand Right and Left by Louis Kronenberger
    24. Spark of Life by Erich Maria Remarque
    25. The Swift Cloud by Sigrid de Lima
    26. Clara by Lonnie Coleman
    27. The Groves of Academe by Mary McCarthy
    28. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson by Julian P. Boyd, Lyman H. Butterfield, and Mina R. Bryan, ...
    The American Scholar, Summer 1952, pp. 378-386