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Frederick F. Moore • 24 Items / 18 Articles, 5 Books, 1 Review
America's Naval Challenge (1929)
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Published Reviews
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    Minor Notices (Review)
    America's Naval Challenge, by Frederick Moore
    1. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    The American Historical Review, July 1929, p. 894
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    America's Naval Challenge, by Frederick Moore
    1. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    American Political Science Review, August 1929, p. 790
  3. Books
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    What Shall We Do with Peace? (4 Reviews)
    The Public International Conference, by Norman L. Hill
    1. The Public International Conference by Norman L. Hill
    2. International Arbitration from Athens to Locarno by Jackson H. Ralston
    3. The Politics of Peace by Charles E. Martin
    4. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    Commonweal, July 10, 1929, p. 278
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. The American Secretaries of State and Their Diplomacy by Samuel Flagg Bemis
    2. As They Saw Us by George Sylvester Viereck
    3. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    4. The Economic Foreign Policy of the United States by Benjamin H. Williams
    5. Dollars for Bullets by Harold Norman Denny
    Foreign Affairs, July 1929, p. 675
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    Trends in American Policy (5 Reviews)
    The Economics of Farm Relief, by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    1. The Economics of Farm Relief by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    2. America Challenged by Lewis F. Carr
    3. Frontiers of Trade by Julius Klein
    4. The Isthmian Highway by Hugh Gordon Miller
    5. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    The Outlook, May 22, 1929, pp. 150-152