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Basil Rauch • 17 Items / 4 Books, 1 Article, 12 Reviews
Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor (1950)
A Study in the Creation of a Foreign Policy
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    American History (Review)
    Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by Basil Rauch
    1. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    The American Historical Review, January 1951, pp. 368-370
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by Basil Rauch
    1. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    American Political Science Review, September 1950, p. 793
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    Not Merely Gossip (Review)
    Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by Basil Rauch
    1. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    Human Events, June 21, 1950, p. 8
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    Roosevelt and the Isolationists (Review)
    Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by Basil Rauch
    1. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    The New Republic, April 24, 1950, pp. 26-27
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    Refuting the Isolationist Thesis (Review)
    Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by Basil Rauch
    1. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    The Saturday Review, April 22, 1950, p. 12
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    The Check List (3 Reviews)
    History
    1. The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865 by E. Merton Coulter
    2. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    3. I Was There by Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy
    The American Mercury, June 1950, p. 759
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the Four Kings by Amy Ruth Kelly
    2. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    3. Max D. Steuer: Trial Lawyer by Aron Steuer
    4. Bricks and Flowers by Katherine H. Everett
    5. Friar Felix at Large by H.F.M. Prescott
    6. Is Sex Necessary? by James Thurber and E.B. White
    The New Yorker, April 15, 1950, p. 110
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    Recent Books on International Relations (25 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The United States in World Affairs, 1949 by Richard P. Stebbins
    2. Roosevelt in Retrospect by John Gunther
    3. Roosevelt: From Munich to Pearl Harbor by Basil Rauch
    4. The American People and Foreign Policy by Gabriel A. Almond
    5. Documents on American Foreign Relations by Raymond Dennett and Robert K. Turner
    6. The American Mind by Henry Steele Commager
    7. America and Cosmic Man by D.B. Wyndham Lewis
    8. The President and the Presidency by Louis Brownlow
    9. American Themes by Denis W. Brogan
    10. Removal and Return by Leonard Bloom and Ruth Riemer
    11. Race Relations in a Democracy by Ina Corinne Brown
    12. American Immigration Policy by William S. Bernard, Carolyn Zeleny, and Henry Miller, ...
    13. The Communist Trial by George Marion
    14. Seeds of Treason by Ralph de Toledano and Victor Lasky
    15. Treason by Nathaniel Weyl
    16. Fighting Words
    17. The Socialist Labor Party and the Internationals by Eric Hass
    18. Mink and Red Herring by A.J. Liebling
    19. The Hoover Commission Report on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
    20. The Statistical Agencies of the Federal Government by Frederick C. Mills and Clarence D. Long
    21. A Hook in Leviathan by Bradley D. Nash and Cornelius Lynde
    22. United States Army in the World War, 1917-1919
    23. The United States Coast Guard, 1790-1915 by Stephen Hadley Evans
    24. Air Power and Unification by Louis A. Sigaud
    25. Alaska Today by Webster Denison
    Foreign Affairs, October 1950, pp. 149-151