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Herbert Adolphus Miller • 12 Items / 3 Reviews, 4 Books, 5 Articles
Races, Nations and Classes (1924)
The Psychology of Domination and Freedom
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Published Reviews
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    Briefer Notices (Review)
    Races, Nations and Classes, by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    1. Races, Nations and Classes by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    American Political Science Review, May 1925, p. 423
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    Why Social Conflict? (Review)
    Races, Nations and Classes, by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    1. Races, Nations and Classes by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    The Nation, December 2, 1925, p. 627
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    Reviews (Review)
    Races, Nations and Classes, by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    1. Races, Nations and Classes by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1925, pp. 293-295
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (3 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Christianity and the Race Problem by Joseph H. Oldham
    2. Races, Nations and Classes by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    3. Geography and World Power by James Fairgrieve
    Foreign Affairs, April 1925, p. 520
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    Check List of New Books (11 Reviews)
    Biography, History, Sociology
    1. Sainte-Beuve by Lewis Freeman Mott
    2. John Donne: A Study in Discord by Hugh l'Anson Fausset
    3. Life and Times of Warren G. Harding by Joe Mitchell Chapple
    4. Twice Thirty by Edward W. Bok
    5. Troubadour by Alfred Kreymborg
    6. American Economic History by Harold Underwood Faulkner
    7. A History of Minnesota by William Watts Folwell
    8. Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism by C.A. Bodelsen
    9. The Scientific Study of Human Society by Franklin Henry Giddings
    10. Races, Nations and Classes by Herbert Adolphus Miller
    11. Farm Life Abroad by E.C. Branson
    The American Mercury, May 1925