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I Know These Dictators (1938)
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    "We Aren't Sure. We're Wondering" (Review)
    I Know These Dictators, by G. Ward Price
    1. I Know These Dictators by G. Ward Price
    The New Masses, April 26, 1938, p. 28
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    How to Be a Dictator (Review)
    I Know These Dictators, by G. Ward Price
    1. I Know These Dictators by G. Ward Price
    The Saturday Review, March 5, 1938, p. 5
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    New Books: A Reader's List (10 Reviews)
    Then Came Oil, by C.B. Glasscock
    1. Then Came Oil by C.B. Glasscock
    2. The Rest of the World by Ernest O. Hauser
    3. Judge Lynch: His First Hundred Years by Frank Shay
    4. The Politics of Modern Spain by Frank E. Manuel
    5. The Invasion of China by the Western World by E.R. Hughes
    6. Problems of the Pacific, 1936 by W.L. Holland and Kate L. Mitchell
    7. These Foreigners by William Seabrook
    8. I Know These Dictators by G. Ward Price
    9. Shakespeare Rediscovered by Clara Longworth de Chambrun
    10. I, William Shakespeare by Leslie Hotson
    The New Republic, March 16, 1938, pp. 175-176
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    Books in the News: Germany (20 Reviews)
    Inside Europe, by John Gunther
    1. Inside Europe by John Gunther
    2. Plot and Counter-Plot in Central Europe by Marcel W. Fodor
    3. Europe in Crisis by Vera Micheles Dean
    4. Background of War by The Editors of Fortune
    5. The House That Hitler Built by Stephen H. Roberts
    6. The Third Reich by Henri Lichtenberger and Koppel S. Pinson
    7. Government in the Third Reich by Fritz Morstein Marx
    8. Germany Since 1918 by Frederick L. Schuman
    9. The Spirit and Structure of German Fascism by Robert A. Brady
    10. I Knew Hitler by Kurt G.W. Ludecke
    11. Germany and World Peace by Sven A. Hedin
    12. I Know These Dictators by G. Ward Price
    13. Germany: The Last Four Years by Germanicus
    14. The German Universities and National Socialism by Edward Yarnall Hartshorne, Jr.
    15. From U-Boat to Pulpit by Martin Niemoller
    16. International Aspects of German Racial Policies by Oscar I. Janowsky and Melvin M. Fagen
    17. Gustav Stresemann: His Diaries, Letters and Papers by Eric Sutton and Gustav Stresemann
    18. Conquest of the Past by Hubertus zu Loewenstein
    19. The Death of an Empire by Imre Balassa
    20. Post-War German-Austrian Relations by M. Margaret Ball
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1938, p. 4
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Money Powers of Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries by Paul H. Emden
    2. Intermission in Europe by Vernon Bartlett
    3. Leon Blum: Man and Stateman by Geoffrey Fraser and Thadee Natanson
    4. Peasantry and Crisis in France by Neil Hunter
    5. I Know These Dictators by G. Ward Price
    6. The German Octopus by Henry C. Wolfe
    7. Germany: World Empire or World Revolution by G. Reimann
    8. Insulted and Exiled by Arnold Zweig
    9. From U-Boat to Pulpit by Martin Niemoller
    10. Mussolini in the Making by Gaudens Megaro
    11. What Italy Owes to Mussolini by Mario Missiroli
    12. Italy Against the World by George Martelli
    13. Government in Fascist Italy by H. Arthur Steiner
    14. The Syndical and Corporative Institutions of Italian Fascism by G. Lowell Field
    15. Fascist Economy by Giuseppe Tassinari
    16. Pope Pius the Eleventh by Philip Hughes
    17. Wars of Ideas in Spain by Jose Castillejo
    18. The Politics of Modern Spain by Frank E. Manuel
    19. Spain Between Death and Birth by Peter Merin
    20. A Catholic in Republican Spain by Prince Hubertus Lowenstein
    21. In Franco's Spain by Francis McCullagh
    22. Catalonia Infelix by E. Allison Peers
    23. Economic Planning in Corporative Portugal by Freppel Cotta
    Foreign Affairs, July 1938, pp. 734-738