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John W. Riley • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article
The Reds Take a City (1951)
The Communist Occupation of Seoul
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    Lise Lillywhite, by Margery Sharp
    1. Lise Lillywhite by Margery Sharp
    2. Lie Down in Darkness by William Styron
    3. The Finer Things of Life by Frances Gray Patton
    4. Weekend at Dunkirk by Robert Merle
    5. The Conformist by Alberto Moravia
    6. The Forgotten Language by Erich Fromm
    7. A Walker in the City by Alfred Kazin
    8. The Reds Take a City by John W. Riley, Jr. and Wilbur Schramm
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1952, pp. 100-106
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The Far East and Pacific Ocean
    1. The Voice of Asia by James A. Michener
    2. The Siberian Fiasco by Clarence A. Manning
    3. The Enemy Within by Raymond J. DeJaegher and Irene Corbally Kuhn
    4. Brain-Washing in Red China by Edward Hunter
    5. Profile of Red China by Lynn Landman and Amos Landman
    6. Mao's China: Party Reform Documents, 1942-1944 by Boyd Compton
    7. Red China's Fighting Hordes by Robert B. Rigg
    8. The Reds Take a City by John W. Riley, Jr. and Wilbur Schramm
    9. Shanghai Conspiracy by Charles A. Willoughby
    10. Japan by Hugh Borton
    11. The Peculiar War by E.J. Kahn, Jr.
    12. My Forty Year Fight for Korea by Louise Yim
    13. The Philippines and the United States by Garel A. Grunder and William E. Livezey
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, p. 683
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    Briefly Noted (16 Reviews)
    General
    1. True Tales of Buried Treasure by Edward Rowe Snow
    2. The Foreign Policy of the United States by Felix Morley
    3. Lord Chesterfield and His World by Samuel Shellabarger
    4. The Reds Take a City by John W. Riley, Jr. and Wilbur Schramm
    5. The Gila by Edwin Corle
    6. The Hawthornes by Vernon Loggins
    7. The Lost Pharoahs by Leonard Cottrell
    8. The Hapsburg Monarchy, 1867-1914 by Arthur J. May
    9. Samuel Butler's Notebooks by Geoffrey Keynes, Brian Hill, and Samuel Butler
    10. Portrait of the Artist as an American by Selden Rodman
    11. Seven Leagues to Paradise by Richard Tregaskis
    12. Sex and the Law by Morris Ploscowe
    13. Katherine Mansfield's Letters to John Middleton Murry, 1913-1922 by John Middleton Murry and Katherine Mansfield
    14. Gertrude Stein: A Biography of Her Work by Donald Sutherland
    15. The ABC of Reading by Ezra Pound
    16. Audubon's Animals by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
    The New Yorker, November 24, 1951, pp. 149-158