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Alexander Weissberg • 2 Books
The Accused (1951)
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Published Reviews
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    In Soviet Inferno (Review)
    The Accused, by Alexander Weissberg
    1. The Accused by Alexander Weissberg
    The Saturday Review, February 9, 1952, p. 13
  2. [+]
    Byzantine Leviathan (2 Reviews)
    A World Apart, by Gustav Herling
    1. A World Apart by Gustav Herling
    2. The Accused by Alexander Weissberg
    The New Republic, March 10, 1952, p. 19
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (4 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. The Accused by Alexander Weissberg
    2. The Pattern of Responsibility by Dean Acheson and McGeorge Bundy
    3. Dance to the Piper by Agnes de Mille
    4. The Catherine Wheel by Jean Stafford
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1952, pp. 80-83
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Accused by Alexander Weissberg
    2. The Lost Childhood, and Other Essays by Graham Greene
    3. Force Mulberry by Alfred Stanford
    4. The Forgotten Language by Erich Fromm
    The New Yorker, January 26, 1952, pp. 91-94
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Stalin's Satellites in Europe by Ygael Gluckstein
    2. The Communist War on Religion by Gary MacEoin
    3. Marx Against the Peasant by David Mitrany
    4. The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923 by E.H. Carr
    5. My Ringside Seat in Moscow by Nicholas Nyaradi
    6. Dateline Moscow by Don Dallas
    7. I Spied for Stalin by Nora Korzhenko Murray
    8. The Accused by Alexander Weissberg
    9. Soviet Legal Philosophy by V.I. Lenin
    10. The Soviet Economy During the Plan Era by Naum Jasny
    11. Soviets in Central Asia by William P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates
    12. A History of Latvia by Alfred Bilmanis
    13. The Katyn Wood Murders by Joseph Mackiewicz
    14. The Economic Development of Poland, 1919-1950 by Jack Taylor
    15. I Live Again by Princess Ileana of Romania
    16. Titoism and the Cominform by Adam B. Ulam
    17. Greece: American Dilemma and Opportunity by L.S. Stavrianos
    18. Greek Resistance Army by Stefanos Sarafis
    Foreign Affairs, July 1952, pp. 678-680