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Oliver Pilat • 19 Items / 8 Books, 2 Articles, 9 Reviews
The Atom Spies (1952)
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    A Dark Dim Crime (Review)
    The Atom Spies, by Oliver Pilat
    1. The Atom Spies by Oliver Pilat
    The Saturday Review, June 21, 1952, p. 39
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    Books in Brief (3 Reviews)
    Upon Their Shoulders, by Shelley Ayame Nishimura Ota
    1. Upon Their Shoulders by Shelley Ayame Nishimura Ota
    2. John Sloan, 1871-1951 by Lloyd Goodrich
    3. The Atom Spies by Oliver Pilat
    The Nation, July 26, 1952, p. 76
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Survey of International Affairs, 1947-1948 by Peter Calvocoressi
    2. Documents on International Affairs, 1947-1948 by Margaret Carlyle
    3. The World in March 1939 by Arnold Toynbee and Frank T. Ashton-Gwatkin
    4. Back Door to War by Charles Callan Tansill
    5. The World Revolution of Our Time by Harold D. Lasswell
    6. The Comparative Study of Elites by Harold D. Lasswell, Daniel Lerner, and C. Easton Rothwell, ...
    7. The Politburo by George K. Schueller
    8. The Nazi Elite by Daniel Lerner
    9. The Comparative Study of Symbols by Harold D. Lasswell, Daniel Lerner, and Ithiel de Sola Pool, ...
    10. The "Prestige Papers" by Ithiel de Sola Pool
    11. Symbols of Democracy by Ithiel de Sola Pool
    12. How to Co-Exist Without Playing the Kremlin's Game by James P. Warburg
    13. The Citizen Decides by Ralph Barton Perry
    14. Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, 1951 by Clyde Eagleton and Richard N. Swift
    15. Realities of World Power by John E. Kieffer
    16. The Atom Spies by Oliver Pilat
    17. Soviet Atomic Spies by Bernard Newman
    18. The Anatomy of Communism by Andrew MacKay Scott
    19. Constitutions and Constitutional Trends Since World War II by Arnold J. Zurcher
    Foreign Affairs, October 1952, pp. 150-151