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Harold A. Innis • 18 Items / 12 Books, 6 Reviews
The Canadian Economy and Its Problems (1934)
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (2 Reviews)
    The British Way to Recovery, by Herbert Heaton
    1. The British Way to Recovery by Herbert Heaton
    2. The Canadian Economy and Its Problems by H.A. Innis and A.F.W. Plumptre
    American Political Science Review, April 1935, p. 331
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. Viscount Grey of Fallodon by Politicus X
    2. More Pages from My Diary, 1908-1914 by George Allardice Riddell
    3. An Autobiography by Philip Snowden
    4. Beaverbrook: The Statesman and the Man by Edgar C. Middleton
    5. Maurice de Bunsen: Diplomat and Friend by Edgar T.S. Dugdale
    6. The British Way to Recovery by Herbert Heaton
    7. Britain Under Protection by Ronald M. Findlay
    8. The British Attack on Unemployment by Arthur C.C. Hill, Jr. and Isador Lubin
    9. Scotland by Robert S. Rait and George S. Pryde
    10. The Canadian Economy and Its Problems by H.A. Innis and A.F.W. Plumptre
    11. Canada: An American Nation by John W. Dafoe
    12. The Colour Problems of South Africa by Edgar H. Brookes
    13. Australia and England by Henry L. Hall
    14. Thirty Years: The Commonwealth of Australia, 1901-1931 by Arthur Norman Smith
    15. British Imperialism in India by Joan Beauchamp
    16. The Princes of India by William Barton
    17. Wisdom and Waste in the Punjab Village by Malcolm L. Darling
    18. Indian Patchwork by Edward Charles and Mary Charles
    19. The Development of Capitalistic Enterprise in India by Daniel Houston Buchanan
    Foreign Affairs, April 1935, pp. 533-535