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Barry M. Goldwater • 170 Items / 9 Books, 157 Articles, 2 Reviews, 2 Films
Goldwater (1988)
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Published Reviews
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    Mr. Right (Review)
    Goldwater, by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    1. Goldwater by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    Commentary, November 1988, pp. 70-74
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    The Right Books (Review)
    Goldwater, by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    1. Goldwater by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    National Review, November 7, 1988, pp. 72-75
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    The Alrightnik of Arizona (Review)
    Goldwater, by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    1. Goldwater by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    The New Republic, November 28, 1988, pp. 41-45
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    The Conscience of a Curmudeon (Review)
    Goldwater, by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    1. Goldwater by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    Reason, February 1989, p. 54
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. A Bright Shining Lie by Neil Sheehan
    2. In Quest of National Security by Zbigniew Brzezinski and Marin Strmecki
    3. Inside the National Security Council by Constantine C. Menges
    4. Perilous Statecraft by Michael A. Ledeen
    5. Liberty Under Siege by Walter Karp
    6. Waging Peace and War by Thomas J. Schoenbaum
    7. Johnson, Nixon, and the Doves by Melvin Small
    8. Remembering America by Richard N. Goodwin
    9. JFK: History of an Image by Thomas Brown
    10. Goldwater by Barry M. Goldwater and Jack Casserly
    11. The Proud Decades by John Patrick Diggins
    12. Alternatives to Anarchy by Wesley T. Wooley
    13. The Life of Herbert Hoover: The Humanitarian, 1914-1917 by George H. Nash
    14. Stark Decency by Allen V. Koop
    15. Troublesome Border by Oscar J. Martinez
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1988, pp. 181-183