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Francis E. Rourke • 34 Items / 6 Books, 8 Articles, 20 Reviews
Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy (1961)
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    American Government and Politics (Review)
    Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy, by Francis E. Rourke
    1. Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy by Francis E. Rourke
    American Political Science Review, March 1962, p. 175
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    Books in Communications (5 Reviews)
    Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy, by Francis E. Rourke
    1. Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy by Francis E. Rourke
    2. The American Newspaperman by Bernard A. Weisberger
    3. Culture for the Millions? by Norman Jacobs
    4. Media for the Millions by Robert C. O'Hara
    5. The World of John Lardner by John Lardner
    The Saturday Review, September 9, 1961, p. 47
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. America's Quest for Peace by Dexter Perkins
    2. The United States and the United Nations by Francis O. Wilcox and H. Field Haviland, Jr.
    3. Secrecy and Publicity: Dilemmas of Democracy by Francis E. Rourke
    4. Economic Growth in the United States by Sumner H. Slichter
    5. Trends in Government Financing by Morris A. Copeland
    6. Problems of American Economic Growth by Bruce R. Morris
    7. The St. Lawrence Waterway by William R. Willoughby
    8. To Turn the Tide by John F. Kennedy
    9. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, Harry S. Truman, 1945 by Harry S. Truman
    10. The Autobiography of James T. Shotwell by James T. Shotwell
    11. Norman Thomas, Respectable Rebel by Murray B. Seidler
    12. The Political World of American Zionism by Samuel Halperin
    13. Americans from Yugoslavia by Gerald Gilbert Govorchin
    Foreign Affairs, April 1962, p. 500