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Francis L. Loewenheim Archives
Francis L. Loewenheim • 19 Items / 5 Books, 14 Reviews
The Historian and the Diplomat (1967)
The Role of History and Historians in American Foreign Policy
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    Americas (Review)
    The Historian and the Diplomat, by Francis L. Loewenheim
    1. The Historian and the Diplomat by Francis L. Loewenheim
    The American Historical Review, December 1967, p. 580
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Historian and the Diplomat, by Francis L. Loewenheim
    1. The Historian and the Diplomat by Francis L. Loewenheim
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1967, pp. 643-644
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (10 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. The Bitter Heritage by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
    2. The Quicksand War: Prelude to Vietnam by Lucien Bodard
    3. Ten Vietnamese by Susan Sheehan
    4. The Viet Cong by Douglas E. Pike
    5. The United States in Vietnam by George McTurnan Kahin and John W. Lewis
    6. The Arrogance of Power by J. William Fulbright
    7. The Historian and the Diplomat by Francis L. Loewenheim
    8. Inside South America by John Gunther
    9. The Courtesy of Death by Geoffrey Household
    10. I Don't Need You Any More by Arthur Miller
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1967, pp. 138-143
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Responsibility and Response by Maxwell D. Taylor
    2. The Bitter Heritage by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
    3. The Artillery of the Press by James Reston
    4. George C. Marshall: Ordeal and Hope, 1939-1943 by Forrest C. Pogue
    5. The Pentagon: Politics, Profits and Plunder by Clark R. Mollenhoff
    6. The First New Deal by Raymond Moley and Elliot A. Rosen
    7. The American Legion Story by Raymond Moley Jr.#2
    8. The Historian and the Diplomat by Francis L. Loewenheim
    9. Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane
    10. Charles Evans Hughes and the Illusions of Innocence by Betty Glad
    11. The Time Between the Wars by Jonathan Daniels
    Foreign Affairs, April 1967, p. 557