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Emmet John Hughes • 12 Items / 6 Books, 4 Articles, 2 Reviews
The Ordeal of Power (1963)
A Political Memoir of the Eisenhower Years
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    Witness in the White House (Review)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    The Saturday Review, March 16, 1963, p. 85
  2. Books
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    A Touching Tale of Lost Horizons (Review)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    The Reporter, March 28, 1963, pp. 58-60
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    The Need to Know and the Right to Tell (Review)
    The National Interest: Disclosure or Discretion
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1964, pp. 168-183
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    The Need to Know and the Right to Tell (Review)
    The Protection of Privacy
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1964, pp. 162-167
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    Target: The President (Review)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    The New Republic, April 27, 1963, pp. 25-26
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    National Review, June 18, 1963, p. 505
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    Crusading with Eisenhower (Review)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    Commentary, June 1963, pp. 550-554
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    The Cold Crusade (3 Reviews)
    The Ordeal of Power, by Emmet John Hughes
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    2. Firsthand Report by Sherman Adams
    3. Cross Fire: The Eight Years with Eisenhower by Ezra Taft Benson
    The Nation, April 27, 1963, pp. 361-362
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Great Hunger, by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    1. The Great Hunger by Cecil Woodham-Smith
    2. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    3. The Great World by Charles Greville and Louis Kronenberger
    4. My Life in Jazz by Max Kaminsky and V.E. Hughes
    5. ...And Presumed Dead by Lucille Fletcher
    6. A Little Less Than Kind by Charlotte Armstrong
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1963, pp. 112-114
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    2. Cross Fire: The Eight Years with Eisenhower by Ezra Taft Benson
    3. The Warfare State by Fred J. Cook
    4. The Two Faces of American Foreign Policy by Thomas Molnar
    5. The Sixth Column by Roger Burlingame
    6. Senator Gerald P. Nye and American Foreign Relations by Wayne S. Cole
    7. My Life by Claude G. Bowers
    8. The Instruments of America's Foreign Policy by H. Bradford Westerfield
    9. The Literature of Communism in America by Robert Finley Delaney
    Foreign Affairs, July 1963, p. 781
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (9 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
    2. A Favourite of the Gods by Sybille Bedford
    3. The Ordeal of Power by Emmet John Hughes
    4. Boys and Girls Together by William Saroyan
    5. The Exiles by Albert J. Guerard
    6. The Lonely Voice by Frank O'Connor
    7. The Age of Suspicion: Essays on the Novel by Nathalie Sarraute
    8. The Ordeal of Change by Eric Hoffer
    9. Profiles of the Future by Arthur C. Clarke
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1963, pp. 144-152