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The United States and the Philippines (1924)
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Published Reviews
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    Briefer Notices (Review)
    The United States and the Philippines, by Daniel R. Williams
    1. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    American Political Science Review, May 1925, p. 429
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    The Philippines Again (Review)
    The United States and the Philippines, by Daniel R. Williams
    1. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    The Nation, March 11, 1925, p. 271
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    Philippines Problems (Review)
    The United States and the Philippines, by Daniel R. Williams
    1. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    The New Republic, January 7, 1925, p. 179
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    History and Political Economy
    1. Security Against War by Frances Kellor and Antonia Hatvany
    2. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    The Outlook, December 17, 1924, p. 649
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. National Isolation an Illusion by Perry Belmont
    2. A History of the Foreign Policy of the United States by Randolph Greenfield Adams
    3. Working Manual of Original Sources in American Government by Milton Conover
    4. American Relations with Mexico by Launa M. Smith
    5. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    6. Our Competitors and Markets by Arnold W. Lahee
    Foreign Affairs, April 1925, p. 514
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    Brief Notices (9 Reviews)
    A History of the English People in 1815, by Elie Halevy
    1. A History of the English People in 1815 by Elie Halevy
    2. Women and Leisure: A Study of Social Waste by Lorine Pruette
    3. The Evolution of American Political Parties by Edgar Eugene Robinson
    4. The Tragedies of the Medici by Edgcumbe Staley
    5. The United States and the Philippines by Daniel R. Williams
    6. Everywhere: The Memoirs of an Explorer by A. Henry Savage-Landor
    7. Some Victorian Men by Harry Furniss
    8. Weber and Fields by Felix Isman
    9. The Negro in South Carolina During the Reconstruction by Alrutheus Ambush Taylor
    The American Mercury, March 1925, p. 383