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Coral Bell • 13 Items / 8 Books, 5 Articles
The Reagan Paradox (1989)
American Foreign Policy in the 1980s
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Reagan Paradox, by Coral Bell
    1. The Reagan Paradox by Coral Bell
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1990, p. 640
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    The United States (8 Reviews)
    American Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century, by Robert D. Schulzinger
    1. American Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century by Robert D. Schulzinger
    2. Bureaucracy by James Q. Wilson
    3. The Great Universal Embrace by Kenneth L. Adelman
    4. Henry Kissinger: Doctor of Diplomacy by Robert D. Schulzinger
    5. Inside the National Security Council by Constantine C. Menges
    6. Politics by Other Means by Benjamin Ginsberg and Martin Shefter
    7. The Reagan Paradox by Coral Bell
    8. Soviet Perceptions of the U.S. Congress by Robert T. Huber
    Orbis, Spring 1990, pp. 289-293
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Reagan Paradox by Coral Bell
    2. Richard Milhous Nixon by Roger Morris
    3. Lost Victory by William Colby and James McCargar
    4. How Presidents Test Reality by John P. Burke, Fred I. Greenstein, and Larry Berman, ...
    5. Vietnam Now by John LeBoutillier
    6. Political Instability and American Foreign Policy by John David Orme
    7. Roosevelt and Marshall by Thomas Parrish
    8. The Borrowed Years, 1938-1941 by Richard M. Ketchum
    9. Aftermath of War by Howard B. Schonberger
    10. Foreign Intelligence by Barry M. Katz
    11. American Labor and Postwar Italy, 1943-1953 by Ronald L. Filippelli
    12. The Lone Star by James Reston, Jr.
    13. Armand Hammer by Steve Weinberg
    14. Right Places, Right Times by Hedley Donovan
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1990, pp. 174-175