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The Yenan Way (1951)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    Latin America and the West Indies
    1. Public Finance in a Developing Country by Henry C. Wallich and John H. Adler
    2. The Republic of Panama in World Affairs, 1903-1950 by Lawrence O. Ealy
    3. The Caribbean Commission by Bernard L. Poole
    4. Caribbean at Mid-Century by A. Curtis Wilgus
    5. The Yenan Way by Eudocio Ravines
    6. Uruguay: South America's First Welfare State by George Pendle
    7. Ecuador: Constitutions and Caudillos by George I. Blanksten
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, p. 685
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    Briefly Noted (20 Reviews)
    1. Strange Lands and Friendly People by William O. Douglas
    2. Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill
    3. Master Plan U.S.A. by John Fischer
    4. The Yenan Way by Eudocio Ravines
    5. Sweet Cork of Thee by Robert Gibbings
    6. Chicago: City on the Make by Nelson Algren
    7. Venture to the Interior by Laurens van der Post
    8. The Great Days of Piracy in the West Indies by George Woodbury
    9. Strong Cigars and Lovely Women by John Lardner
    10. They Saw It Happen by Louis L. Snyder and Richard B. Morris
    11. Gustave Courbet by Gerstle Mack
    12. The Wine of Genius by Robert Coughlan
    13. Paul Cezanne Sketch Book by Paul Cezanne
    14. French Painting at the Time of the Impressionists by Raymond Cogniat
    15. French Cathedrals by Jean Bony, Peter Meyer, and Martin Hurlimann
    16. The Harper History of Painting by David M. Robb
    17. Revolution and Tradition in Modern American Art by John I.H. Baur
    18. Beautiful London by Helmut Gernsheim
    19. London West of the Bars by W. Douglas Newton
    20. Windsor Castle by Owen Morshead
    The New Yorker, December 8, 1951, pp. 157-166