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Sumner Welles • 26 Items / 8 Books, 16 Articles, 1 Review
The World of the Four Freedoms (1943)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The World of the Four Freedoms, by Sumner Welles
    1. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    American Political Science Review, August 1943, p. 738
  2. Books
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    The Guiding Principle (Review)
    The World of the Four Freedoms, by Sumner Welles
    1. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    Free World, August 1943, p. 184
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    Analyst of the Conditions of Peace (Review)
    The World of the Four Freedoms, by Sumner Welles
    1. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    The Saturday Review, June 5, 1943, p. 27
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    Incan North (4 Reviews)
    The Transition from War to Peace Economy,
    1. The Transition from War to Peace Economy
    2. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    3. With a Merry Heart by Paul J. Phelan
    4. War Discovers Alaska by Joseph Driscoll
    Commonweal, June 11, 1943, pp. 209-210
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    For a Free World (8 Reviews)
    The Century of the Common Man, by Henry A. Wallace
    1. The Century of the Common Man by Henry A. Wallace
    2. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    3. Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time by Harold J. Laski
    4. America's Role in Asia by Harry Paxton Howard
    5. Between Tears and Laughter by Yutang Lin
    6. Freedom of the Soul by Dwight J. Bradley
    7. A New World Is Born by Israel Herbert Levinthal
    8. The Nature and Destiny of Man by Reinhold Niebuhr
    Common Ground, Autumn 1943, p. 109
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. Moment of Truth by Charles Sweeny
    2. Love in America by David L. Cohn
    3. Atlas of American History by James Truslow Adams
    4. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    5. South American Journey by Waldo Frank
    6. Short Cut to Tokyo by Corey Ford
    7. European Drawings
    8. New Frontiers in American Painting by Samuel M. Kootz
    The New Yorker, May 22, 1943, pp. 59-62
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    Recent Books on International Relations (24 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. U.S. Foreign Policy: Shield of the Republic by Walter Lippmann
    2. One World by Wendell L. Willkie
    3. The World of the Four Freedoms by Sumner Welles
    4. The Latin American Policy of the United States by Samuel Flagg Bemis
    5. Way for America by Alexander K. Laing
    6. Moment of Truth by Charles Sweeny
    7. A Time to Act by Archibald MacLeish
    8. Roosevelt: World Statesman by Basil Woon
    9. Atlantic Charter by Cecil King
    10. The Navy Has Wings by Fletcher Pratt
    11. What You Should Know About the Signal Corps by Harry Meyer Davis and F.G. Fassett, Jr.
    12. How Our Army Grew Wings by Charles de Forest Chandler and Frank P. Lahm
    13. Mitchell: Pioneer of Air Power by Isaac Don Levine
    14. What You Should Know About Spies and Saboteurs by Will Irwin and Thomas M. Johnson
    15. Passport to Treason by Alan Hynd
    16. Brothers Under the Skin by Carey McWilliams
    17. Labor's Voice in the Cabinet by John Lombardi
    18. American Agriculture, 1899-1939 by Harold Barger and Hans H. Landsberg
    19. The Farmer Citizen at War by Howard R. Tolley
    20. The Consumer Goes to War by Caroline F. Ware
    21. Years of This Land by Hermann R. Muelder and David M. Delo
    22. Atlas of American History by James Truslow Adams
    23. The Canadian Born in the United States by Leon E. Truesdell
    24. War Discovers Alaska by Joseph Driscoll
    Foreign Affairs, October 1943, pp. 159-161