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Roland G. Usher • 78 Items / 12 Books, 34 Articles, 32 Reviews
Pan-Americanism (1915)
Forecast of the Inevitable Clash between the United States and Europe's Victor
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Published Reviews
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Pan-Americanism, by Roland G. Usher
    1. Pan-Americanism by Roland G. Usher
    American Political Science Review, February 1916, pp. 191-192
  2. Literature
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    The Vaticinations of Professor Usher (Review)
    Pan-Americanism, by Roland G. Usher
    1. Pan-Americanism by Roland G. Usher
    The Nation, July 1, 1915, p. 16
  3. Reviews of Books
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    The Next "Inevitable" Conflict (Review)
    Pan-Americanism, by Roland G. Usher
    1. Pan-Americanism by Roland G. Usher
    The New Republic, July 17, 1915, pp. 289-290
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    A Group of War-Books (16 Reviews)
    The Anglo-German Problem, by Charles Sarolea
    1. The Anglo-German Problem by Charles Sarolea
    2. Austria-Hungary and the War by Ernest Ludwig
    3. Pan-Americanism by Roland G. Usher
    4. War's New Weapons by Baron Hrolf von Dewitz
    5. In a Moment of Time by Reginald Wright Kauffman
    6. With the German Armies in the West by Sven Hedin
    7. The Berlin Court Under William II by Axel von Schwering
    8. Germany Embattled by Oswald Garrison Villard
    9. Deutschland Uber Alles; or, Germany Speaks by John Jay Chapman
    10. Alsace and Lorraine by Ruth Putnam
    11. Can Germany Win? by An American
    12. America and the World-War by Theodore Roosevelt
    13. Germany's Madness by Emil Reich
    14. Why Europe Is at War by Frederic R. Coudert and Frederick W. Whitridge, ...
    15. Confessions of Frederick the Great and The Life of Frederick the Great by Heinrich von Treitschke
    16. America and the New World-State by Norman Angell
    The Literary Digest, May 15, 1915, pp. 1157-1164