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William M. McCord Archives
William M. McCord • 10 Items / 4 Articles, 5 Books, 1 Review
The Springtime of Freedom (1965)
Evolution of Developing Societies
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Published Reviews
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    Reviews of Books (Review)
    The Springtime of Freedom, by William M. McCord
    1. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    American Political Science Review, December 1965, p. 1006
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    Understanding Comes First (Review)
    The Springtime of Freedom, by William M. McCord
    1. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    Dissent, Autumn 1965, pp. 498-502
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Springtime of Freedom, by William M. McCord
    1. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1966, p. 326
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. Cockerell by Wilfrid Blunt
    2. The Blue Hen's Chick by Alfred Bertram Guthrie, Jr.
    3. The Silent Explosion by Philip Appleman
    4. Track of the Bear by William Bixby
    5. Lord Justice by H. Montgomery Hyde
    6. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    7. First Gentleman of the Bedchamber by Hubert Cole
    The New Yorker, June 26, 1965, pp. 109-114
  5. Books Received
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    Politics History Economics (17 Reviews)
    Accelerating Development, by Lauchlin Currie
    1. Accelerating Development by Lauchlin Currie
    2. Beyond Sovereignty by Max Mark
    3. Cause and Effect by Daniel Lerner
    4. Conversations with Walter Lippmann by Edward Weeks and Walter Lippmann
    5. Developmental Planning by Richard L. Meier
    6. Education, Manpower, and Economic Growth by Frederick H. Harbison and Charles A. Myers
    7. The Foundations of Freedom by Durward V. Sandifer and L. Ronald Scheman
    8. Governmental Policy and International Education by Stewart Fraser
    9. The International Development Association by James H. Weaver
    10. Manpower and Education by Frederick Harbison and Charles A. Myers
    11. Politics: A Study of Control Behavior by Neil A. McDonald
    12. Population Dynamics by Minoru Murumatsu and Paul A. Harper
    13. Propaganda by Jacques Ellul
    14. Regionalism and World Order by Ronald J. Yalem
    15. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    16. The United Nations at Work by Joseph Marion Jones
    17. World Trade in Transition by Virginia L. Galbraith
    Orbis, Summer 1966, pp. 625-628
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    Recent Books on International Relations (21 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The Springtime of Freedom by William M. McCord
    2. Trends in World Politics by Bruce M. Russett
    3. The Western Alliance: Its Status and Prospects by Edgar S. Furniss, Jr.
    4. International Relations: A General Theory by John W. Burton
    5. World Politics in the General Assembly by Hayward R. Alker, Jr. and Bruce M. Russett
    6. Regionalism and World Order by Ronald J. Yalem
    7. The Inductive Approach to International Law by Georg Schwarzenberger
    8. The Politics of Socialism by R.H.S. Crossman
    9. Strange Communists I Have Known by Bertram D. Wolfe
    10. The Spy Without a Country by Hans K. Ronblom
    11. The World Changers by Bruce Bliven
    12. And the Crooked Shall Be Made Straight by Jacob Robinson
    13. Community of Fate by Kurt Rosenbaum
    14. Letters from the Paris Peace Conference by Charles Seymour and Harold B. Whiteman, Jr.
    15. The University Looks Abroad by William W. Marvel
    16. Historical Surveys and Portraits by G.P. Gooch
    17. Conversations with Walter Lippmann by Edward Weeks and Walter Lippmann
    18. The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents by Jane Degras
    19. Survey of International Affairs, 1961 by Donald C. Watt
    20. Survey of International Affairs, 1961 by Donald C. Watt
    21. Political Handbook and Atlas of the World, 1966 by Walter H. Mallory
    Foreign Affairs, April 1966, pp. 527-528