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Carlton J.H. Hayes • 172 Items / 97 Articles, 55 Reviews, 19 Books, 1 Set
The United States and Spain (1951)
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Published Reviews
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    The United States and Spain, by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    1. The United States and Spain by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    American Political Science Review, June 1952, pp. 593-595
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    Children's Books (Review)
    The United States and Spain, by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    1. The United States and Spain by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    Commonweal, November 16, 1951, p. 157
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    Dr. Hayes on Spain (Review)
    The United States and Spain, by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    1. The United States and Spain by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    The Nation, April 5, 1952, p. 329
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    The Horns of a Dilemma (2 Reviews)
    The Face of Spain, by Gerald Brenan
    1. The Face of Spain by Gerald Brenan
    2. The United States and Spain by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    The Saturday Review, October 27, 1951, p. 18
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Counterfeit Revolution by Sidney Lens
    2. Compulsory Labor Arbitration in France, 1936-1939 by Joel G. Colton
    3. The French Franc Between the Wars, 1919-1939 by Martin Wolfe
    4. The Purge of Dutch Quislings by Henry L. Mason
    5. Denmark Is a Lovely Land by Hudson Strode
    6. Background to Sweden by Terence Heywood
    7. Danger Spot of Europe by Alan Houghton Brodrick
    8. Know Your Germans by Kurt Blucher von Wahlstatt
    9. Moscow, Tokyo, London: Twenty Years of German Foreign Policy by Herbert von Dirksen
    10. The Saar: Battleground and Pawn by Frank M. Russell
    11. Immigrant's Return by Angelo M. Pellegrini
    12. The United States and Spain by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, pp. 676-677