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David M. Potter • 48 Items / 11 Books, 1 Article, 36 Reviews
People of Plenty (1954)
Economic Abundance and the American Character
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    American History (Review)
    People of Plenty, by David M. Potter
    1. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    The American Historical Review, January 1955, p. 380
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    Reviews of Books (Review)
    People of Plenty, by David M. Potter
    1. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    American Political Science Review, June 1955, pp. 547-548
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    Abundance and American Character (Review)
    People of Plenty, by David M. Potter
    1. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    Commentary, January 1956, pp. 98-102
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    Abundance and Outlook (Review)
    People of Plenty, by David M. Potter
    1. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    Commonweal, October 22, 1954, p. 73
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    Bounteous New Man (Review)
    People of Plenty, by David M. Potter
    1. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    The Saturday Review, July 16, 1955, p. 19
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    Selected New Books (4 Reviews)
    Social Sciences
    1. Christian Values and Economic Life by John Coleman Bennett, Howard R. Bowen, and William Adams Brown, Jr., ...
    2. Fair Competition: The Law and Economics of Antitrust Policy by Joel B. Dirlam and Alfred E. Kahn
    3. Economic Doctrine and Method by Joseph Schumpeter
    4. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    The Nation, November 6, 1954, p. 411
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Particle and Pattern
    1. Accent on Form by Lancelot Law Whyte
    2. A Program for Conservatives by Russell Kirk
    3. A Dangerous Freedom by Bradford Smith
    4. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    5. The Natural House by Frank Lloyd Wright
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1955, pp. 90-97
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Realities of American Foreign Policy by George F. Kennan
    2. The Limits of Foreign Policy by Charles Burton Marshall
    3. MacArthur: 1941-1951 by Charles A. Willoughby and John Chamberlain
    4. The Untold Story of Douglas MacArthur by Frazier Hunt
    5. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    6. The Legislative Struggle by Bertram M. Gross
    7. Race, Jobs, and Politics: The Story of FEPC by Louis Ruchames
    8. The Golden Door by J. Campbell Bruce
    9. Where We Came Out by Granville Hicks
    10. Rosenberg Case: Fact and Fiction by S. Andhil Fineberg
    11. Catholicism in America by George N. Shuster
    12. Prelude to Point Four by Merle E. Curti and Kendall Birr
    13. Survey of United States International Finance, 1953 by Gardner Patterson, John M. Gunn, Jr., and Dorothy L. Swerdlove, ...
    14. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1953 by Peter V. Curl
    Foreign Affairs, January 1955, p. 338
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    Pick of the Paperbacks (19 Reviews)
    The Epic of Latin American Literature, by Arturo Torres-Rioseco
    1. The Epic of Latin American Literature by Arturo Torres-Rioseco
    2. Five Masters by Joseph Wood Krutch
    3. Forms of Modern Fiction by William Van O'Connor
    4. The Fiction of J. D. Salinger by Frederick L. Gwynn and Joseph L. Blotner
    5. Richard Crashaw by Ruth C. Wallerstein
    6. History of the Persian Empire by A.T. Olmstead
    7. History of the Byzantine Empire by Alexander A. Vasiliev
    8. How To Get Into College by Frank H. Bowles
    9. How to Finance a College Education by W. Bradford Craig
    10. Liberal Education and the Democratic Ideal by A. Whitney Griswold
    11. American Ideas About Adult Education, 1710-1951 by C. Hartley Grattan
    12. The Praise of Folly by Desiderius Erasmus
    13. A Short Life of Kierkegaard by Walter Lowrie
    14. Introduction to Existentialism by Marjorie Grene
    15. An Introduction to Mathematics by Alfred North Whitehead
    16. The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills
    17. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
    18. Business Cycles and Their Causes by Wesley C. Mitchell
    The Saturday Review, June 20, 1959, pp. 22-23