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Francis Biddle • 43 Items / 8 Books, 18 Articles, 16 Reviews, 1 Poem
The World's Best Hope (1949)
A Discussion of the Role of the United States in the Modern World
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Published Reviews
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The World's Best Hope, by Francis Biddle
    1. The World's Best Hope by Francis Biddle
    American Political Science Review, October 1949, p. 1051
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    The Heart of the Argument (Review)
    The World's Best Hope, by Francis Biddle
    1. The World's Best Hope by Francis Biddle
    The Nation, April 23, 1949, pp. 477-479
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    For Potential Isolationists (Review)
    The World's Best Hope, by Francis Biddle
    1. The World's Best Hope by Francis Biddle
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1949, p. 14
  4. Books
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    Of Note (2 Reviews)
    The World's Best Hope, by Francis Biddle
    1. The World's Best Hope by Francis Biddle
    2. There's Freedom for the Brave by Paul McGuire
    Commonweal, March 18, 1949, p. 568
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Evolution of American Foreign Policy by Dexter Perkins
    2. The World's Best Hope by Francis Biddle
    3. As Others See Us by Andre Visson
    4. Our Farm Program and Foreign Trade by C. Addison Hickman
    5. Overseas Information Service of the United States Government by Charles A.H. Thomson
    6. America's Pacific Dependencies by Rupert Emerson, Lawrence S. Finkelstein, and E.L. Bartlett, ...
    7. The Whole of Their Lives by Benjamin Gitlow
    8. Washington Witch Hunt by Bert Andrews
    9. The Roosevelt Court by C. Herman Pritchett
    10. The Roosevelt Myth by John T. Flynn
    11. The Truman Program by M.B. Schnapper and Harry S. Truman
    12. John J. Pershing, General of the Armies by Frederick Palmer
    Foreign Affairs, July 1949, p. 683