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Carmen Haider • 12 Items / 2 Books, 2 Articles, 8 Reviews
Do We Want Fascism? (1934)
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Published Reviews
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    A Guide Through Chaose (Review)
    Do We Want Fascism?, by Carmen Haider
    1. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    The New Republic, July 25, 1934, p. 297
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    Do We Want Fascism?, by Carmen Haider
    1. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    2. B.U.F.: Oswald Mosley and British Fascism by James Drennan
    American Political Science Review, August 1934, p. 689
  3. Books
    Books on Public Affairs (10 Reviews)
    The Challenge to Liberty, by Herbert Hoover
    1. The Challenge to Liberty by Herbert Hoover
    2. It's Up to Us by James P. Warburg
    3. Roosevelt Versus Recovery by Ralph Robey
    4. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    5. The New Democracy by Harold L. Ickes
    6. A Short History of the New Deal by Louis M. Hacker
    7. The Quest for Security by Isaac M. Rubinow
    8. New Federal Organizations by Laurence F. Schmeckebier
    9. The Budget in Governments of Today by A.E. Buck
    10. Crisis Government by Lindsay Rogers
    Commonweal, January 11, 1935, pp. 321-323
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    The Prince Consort and His Brother, by Hector Bolitho and Prince Albert
    1. The Prince Consort and His Brother by Hector Bolitho and Prince Albert
    2. Evangels of Reform by Mortimer Brewster Smith
    3. The New Capitalism by James D. Mooney
    4. Individualism and Socialism by Kirby Page
    5. The Great One by Henry Hart
    6. The Phantom Emperor by Neil H. Swanson
    7. The United States and Cuba by Harry Frank Guggenheim
    8. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    9. The Explorers of North America, 1492-1806 by John Bartlet Brebner
    10. Exploring the Upper Atmosphere by Dorothy Fisk
    The Saturday Review, June 2, 1934, p. 732
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    Some Recent Books on Internatinal Relations (16 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The New Internationalism by Clark Foreman
    2. Property or Peace? by Henry Noel Brailsford
    3. A Primer for Tomorrow by Christian F. Gauss
    4. Quo Vadimus? by Alfred E. Zimmern
    5. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    6. The Method of Freedom by Walter Lippmann
    7. Must We Have War? by Ascher Henkin
    8. Sanctions and Treaty Enforcement by Payson S. Wild, Jr.
    9. The World Court, 1921-1931 by Manley O. Hudson
    10. The Air Menace and the Answer by Elvira K. Fradkin
    11. Merchants of Death by H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen
    12. Iron, Blood and Profits by George Seldes
    13. National States and National Minorities by C.A. Macartney
    14. Handbook of Revolutions by Roger Shaw
    15. The Racial Myth by Paul Radin
    16. An Atlas of Current Affairs by James F. Horrabin
    Foreign Affairs, July 1934, pp. 689-690
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    The Book Parade (16 Reviews)
    Colonel Lawrence of Arabia, by B.H. Liddell Hart
    1. Colonel Lawrence of Arabia by B.H. Liddell Hart
    2. Nijinsky by Romola Nijinsky
    3. Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    4. Germany Prepares for War by Ewald Banse
    5. Long Remember by MacKinlay Kantor
    6. James Shore's Daughter by Stephen Vincent Benet
    7. In All Countries by John Dos Passos
    8. How Odd of God by Lewis Browne
    9. Bassett by Stella Gibbons
    10. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
    11. The Reckoning by Leane Zugsmith
    12. Late Flowering by Janet Curren Owen
    13. Seven Gothic Tales by Isak Dinesen
    14. The Roosevelt Year by Pare Lorentz
    15. Come in at the Door by William March
    16. The Menace of Recovery by William MacDonald
    The Forum, May 1934