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Ellsworth Huntington • 84 Items / 20 Books, 33 Articles, 31 Reviews
The Character of Races (1924)
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Published Reviews
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    General Books and Books of Ancient History (Review)
    The Character of Races, by Ellsworth Huntington
    1. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    The American Historical Review, April 1925, pp. 570-572
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    The Character of Races, by Ellsworth Huntington
    1. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    The Bookman, March 1925, p. 99
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    Race and Character (Review)
    The Character of Races, by Ellsworth Huntington
    1. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    The Nation, May 20, 1925, p. 574
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    Hypothesis and Prejudice (2 Reviews)
    The Character of Races, by Ellsworth Huntington
    1. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    2. Racial Realities in Europe by Lothrop Stoddard
    The New Republic, February 4, 1925, pp. 288-289
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    Homo Sapiens (4 Reviews)
    What is Man?, by J. Arthur Thomson
    1. What is Man? by J. Arthur Thomson
    2. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    3. Studies in Human Biology by Raymond Pearl
    4. Racial Realities in Europe by Lothrop Stoddard
    The American Mercury, February 1925, p. 252
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    Recent Books in the International Field (5 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. A History of Political Theories, Recent Times by Charles E. Merriam and Harry Elmer Barnes
    2. Population Problems by Edward Byron Reuter
    3. Survival or Extinction by Elisha M. Friedman
    4. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
    5. Racial Realities in Europe by Lothrop Stoddard
    Foreign Affairs, December 1924, p. 341