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Beckles Willson • 22 Items / 20 Books, 1 Article
Friendly Relations (1934)
A Narrative of Britain's Ministers and Ambassadors to America, 1791-1930
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Published Reviews
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    Shorter Notices (Review)
    Friendly Relations, by Beckles Willson
    1. Friendly Relations by Beckles Willson
    The American Historical Review, April 1935, p. 557
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    Friendly Relations, by Beckles Willson
    1. Friendly Relations by Beckles Willson
    American Political Science Review, June 1935, p. 533
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. The Study of International Relations in the United States by Edith Ellen Ware
    2. The American Diplomatic Game by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
    3. Friendly Relations by Beckles Willson
    4. Autopsy of the Monroe Doctrine by Raul Diez de Medina
    5. The State Papers and Other Public Writings of Herbert Hoover by William S. Myers and Herbert Hoover
    6. Bliss, Peacemaker by Frederick Palmer and Tasker Howard Bliss
    7. An Admiral from Texas by Henry Ariosto Wiley
    8. True Anecdotes of an Admiral by Robert E. Coontz
    9. American Militarism by Elbridge Colby
    10. The New Democracy by Harold L. Ickes
    11. What of Tomorrow? by Ogden L. Mills
    12. The New America by Arthur Steel-Maitland
    13. The Economic Consequences of the New Deal by Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton
    14. The Battle for Democracy by Rexford Guy Tugwell
    15. Labor's Fight for Power by George E. Sokolsky
    16. Taming Philippine Headhunters by Felix M. Keesing and Marie Keesing
    Foreign Affairs, April 1935, pp. 526-527