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Joseph Newman • 10 Items / 5 Books, 3 Articles, 2 Reviews
Goodbye Japan (1942)
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Published Reviews
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    Inside Japan (Review)
    Goodbye Japan, by Joseph Newman
    1. Goodbye Japan by Joseph Newman
    The Saturday Review, May 30, 1942, p. 11
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    The Problem of Japan (4 Reviews)
    Goodbye Japan, by Joseph Newman
    1. Goodbye Japan by Joseph Newman
    2. Our Enemy Japan by Wilfrid Fleisher
    3. How Japan Plans to Win by Kinoaki Matsuo
    4. Japan: A World Problem by Harold J. Timperley
    The Nation, May 9, 1942, p. 548
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    Check List (6 Reviews)
    1. Heroes I Have Known by Max Eastman
    2. Goodbye Japan by Joseph Newman
    3. Canada Moves North by Richard Finnie
    4. Wide Margins by George Palmer Putnam
    5. The Last Time I Saw Paris by Elliot Paul
    6. Essays in Criticism and Research by Geoffrey Tillotson
    The American Mercury, July 1942, p. 122
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. Ramparts of the Pacific by Hallett Abend
    2. Far Eastern War, 1937-1941 by Harold S. Quigley
    3. The Valor of Ignorance by Homer Lea
    4. Air Transport in the Pacific Area by Sydney Bernard Smith
    5. Japan: A World Problem by Harold J. Timperley
    6. Goodbye Japan by Joseph Newman
    7. With Japan's Leaders by Frederick Moore
    8. Petticoat Vagabond in Ainu Land by Neill James
    9. Formosa Today by Andrew J. Grajdanzev
    10. Wang Ching Wei: Puppet or Patriot by Don Bate
    11. Russia and Japan by Maurice Hindus
    12. Foreign Capital in Southeast Asia by Helmut G. Callis
    13. Modern Burma by John LeRoy Christian
    14. Thy People, My People by Edward Joseph Edwards
    15. To the Isles of Spice by Frank Clune
    16. The Dutch in the Far East by Albert Hyma
    17. Black Borneo by Charles Constant Miller
    Foreign Affairs, October 1942, pp. 186-187