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Frank Tannenbaum • 79 Items / 16 Books, 46 Articles, 17 Reviews
Peace by Revolution (1933)
An Interpretation of Mexico
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Peace by Revolution, by Frank Tannenbaum
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    American Political Science Review, February 1934, p. 150
  2. Books
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    Mexico Interpreted (Review)
    Peace by Revolution, by Frank Tannenbaum
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    Commonweal, February 2, 1934, p. 386
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    Peace by Default (Review)
    Peace by Revolution, by Frank Tannenbaum
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    The Nation, January 10, 1934, p. 50
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    Reviews (Review)
    Peace by Revolution, by Frank Tannenbaum
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1934, p. 293
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    Mexico in Evolution (Review)
    Peace by Revolution, by Frank Tannenbaum
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    The Saturday Review, January 6, 1934, p. 393
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    Books in Brief (2 Reviews)
    World Politics
    1. Whither Latin America? by Frank Tannenbaum
    2. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    The New Republic, March 21, 1934, p. 167
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    Latin America
    1. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    2. Black Bagdad by John Houston Craige
    3. If Crab No Walk by Owen Rutter
    4. Whither Latin America? by Frank Tannenbaum
    5. Education in Latin America by Henry Lester Smith and Harold Littell
    Foreign Affairs, April 1934, p. 536
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    Books in the News: Mexico (20 Reviews)
    Mexico's Social Revolution,
    1. Mexico's Social Revolution
    2. Mexico's Challenge to Foreign Capital
    3. The United States in World Affairs, 1937 by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. Scroggs
    4. Expropriation
    5. American Foreign Policy in Mexican Relations by James Morton Callahan
    6. The Diplomatic Protection of Americans in Mexico by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
    7. Mexico and Her Foreign Creditors by Edgar Willis Turlington
    8. The Ejido: Mexico's Way Out by Eyler N. Simpson
    9. Mexico and Its Heritage by Ernest Henry Gruening
    10. Peace by Revolution by Frank Tannenbaum
    11. Santa Anna by Wilfrid Hardy Callcott
    12. Glass Houses by Carleton Beals
    13. Organized Labor in Mexico by Marjorie Ruth Clark
    14. Mexico: A Revolution by Education by George I. Sanchez
    15. Renascent Mexico by Hubert Clinton Herring and Herbert Weinstock
    16. The Genius of Mexico by Hubert C. Herring and Katherine Terrill
    17. Portrait of Mexico by Diego Rivera and Bertram D. Wolfe
    18. Contemporary Mexican Artists by Agustin Velazquez Chavez
    19. The New Architecture in Mexico by Esther Born
    20. Fiesta in Mexico by Erna Fergusson
    The Saturday Review, July 2, 1938, p. 10