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Roland Young • 21 Items / 6 Books, 3 Articles, 10 Reviews, 2 Poems
Congressional Politics in the Second World War (1956)
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Published Reviews
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    United States History: General (Review)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    The American Historical Review, October 1956, p. 238
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    Reviews of Books (Review)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    American Political Science Review, June 1956, pp. 520-521
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    Congress at War (Review)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    National Review, March 28, 1956, p. 28
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    How Resilient is Congress? (Review)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    The New Republic, March 26, 1956, p. 20
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    Reviews (Review)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1956, pp. 285-286
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    Book Notes (4 Reviews)
    Congressional Politics in the Second World War, by Roland Young
    1. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    2. Congress: Its Contemporary Role by Ernest S. Griffith
    3. Elephants and Ivory by John Alfred Jordan and John Prebble
    4. The Story of the Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright
    The Reporter, March 22, 1956, pp. 56-58
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Soldier: The Memoirs of Matthew B. Ridgway by Matthew B. Ridgway and Harold H. Martin
    2. Affairs of State: The Eisenhower Years by Richard H. Rovere
    3. The Revolt of the Moderates by Samuel Lubell
    4. The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills
    5. Strategic Intelligence and National Decisions by Roger Hilsman
    6. Congressional Politics in the Second World War by Roland Young
    7. What I Think by Adlai E. Stevenson
    8. Cousins and Strangers by S. Gorley Putt
    9. The Civilian and the Military by Arthur A. Ekirch, Jr.
    10. American Military Policy by C. Joseph Bernardo and Eugene H. Bacon
    Foreign Affairs, July 1956, p. 678