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Ben J. Wattenberg Archives
Ben J. Wattenberg • 43 Items / 14 Books, 28 Articles, 1 Review
This U.S.A. (1965)
An Unexpected Family Portrait of 194,067,296 Americans Drawn from the Census
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    Verse (Review)
    This U.S.A., by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    1. This U.S.A. by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    Commonweal, June 24, 1966, p. 398
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    Most of Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink (Review)
    This U.S.A., by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    1. This U.S.A. by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    The Harpers Monthly, March 1966, pp. 149-150
  3. Books
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Deluge: British Society and the First World War by Arthur Marwick
    2. This U.S.A. by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    3. The Honorable Conquerors by Walt Sheldon
    4. Lyonel Feininger: City at the Edge of the World by T. Lux Lyonel Feininger
    5. Trials of the Word by R.W.B. Lewis
    6. A Way of Seeing by Helen Levitt and James Agee
    The New Yorker, March 5, 1966, p. 158
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. A Thousand Days by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
    2. LBJ's Inner Circle by Charles Wesley Roberts
    3. The Uncertain Giant, 1921-1941 by Selig Adler
    4. The Opinionmakers by William L. Rivers
    5. America: Purpose and Power by Gene M. Lyons
    6. The Fulbright Program by Walter Johnson and Francis J. Colligan
    7. Schools for Strategy by Gene M. Lyons and Louis Morton
    8. Undercurrents in American Foreign Relations by M.S. Venkataramani
    9. This U.S.A. by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard M. Scammon
    10. Home Place by William S. White
    11. Morning and Noon by Dean Acheson
    12. The High Ministry of Government by Richard D. Lunt
    Foreign Affairs, April 1966, p. 532