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America's Role in Asia (1943)
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    "Beneath an Amber Moon" (Review)
    America's Role in Asia, by Harry Paxton Howard
    1. America's Role in Asia by Harry Paxton Howard
    Commonweal, June 4, 1943, p. 174
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    For a Free World (8 Reviews)
    The Century of the Common Man, by Henry A. Wallace
    1. The Century of the Common Man by Henry A. Wallace
    2. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    3. Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time by Harold J. Laski
    4. America's Role in Asia by Harry Paxton Howard
    5. Between Tears and Laughter by Yutang Lin
    6. Freedom of the Soul by Dwight J. Bradley
    7. A New World Is Born by Israel Herbert Levinthal
    8. The Nature and Destiny of Man by Reinhold Niebuhr
    Common Ground, Autumn 1943, p. 109
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. America's Role in Asia by Harry Paxton Howard
    2. American Diplomacy in the Far East: 1941 by K.C. Li
    3. War and Peace in the Pacific
    4. Japan's Military Masters by Hillis Lory
    5. Why Japan Was Strong by John Patric
    6. Challenge: Behind the Face of Japan by Upton Close
    7. A Gazetteer of Japanese Place Names by Stanley Gerr
    8. Bushido: The Anatomy of Terror by O. Alexandre J. Pernikoff
    9. Is China a Democracy? by Creighton Lacy
    10. Resistance and Reconstruction by Chiang Kai-shek
    11. Little China: The Annamese Lands by Alan Houghton Brodrick
    12. East of Singapore by Marjorie Appleton
    13. The Making of Modern New Guinea by Stephen Winsor Reed
    14. The Papuan Achievement by Lewis Lett
    15. Islands of the Pacific by Hawthorne Daniel
    Foreign Affairs, October 1943, p. 166