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Paul W. Blackstock • 5 Items / 4 Books, 1 Review
The Strategy of Subversion (1964)
Manipulating the Politics of Other Nations
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    The Hidden Political Persuaders (Review)
    The Strategy of Subversion, by Paul W. Blackstock
    1. The Strategy of Subversion by Paul W. Blackstock
    The Saturday Review, November 14, 1964, p. 35
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    The President's Constituency (3 Reviews)
    Can American Democracy Survive Cold War?, by Harry Howe Ransom
    1. Can American Democracy Survive Cold War? by Harry Howe Ransom
    2. The Strategy of Subversion by Paul W. Blackstock
    3. The Invisible Government by David Wise and Thomas B. Ross
    The New Republic, August 21, 1965, pp. 28-31
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The New Meaning of Treason by Rebecca West
    2. Quest for Peace by Andrew W. Cordier and Wilder Foote
    3. Markings by Dag Hammarskjold
    4. The Cold War by Evan Luard
    5. The United States and the United Nations by Franz B. Gross
    6. The Dimensions of Diplomacy by E.A.J. Johnson
    7. The Strategy of Subversion by Paul W. Blackstock
    8. The Democratic Civilization by Leslie Lipson
    9. The Prospects of International Adjudication by C. Wilfred Jenks
    10. The Changing Structure of International Law by Wolfgang Friedmann
    11. In Pursuit of World Order by Richard N. Gardner
    12. Who Helped Hitler? by I.M. Maiskii
    13. Hostile Allies: FDR and Charles de Gaulle by Milton Viorst
    14. Seeds of Discord by Dorothy Shipley White
    15. Paris Peace Conference 1919 by Paul Mantoux
    16. Political Handbook and Atlas of the World, 1965 by Walter H. Mallory
    Foreign Affairs, April 1965, pp. 536-538
  4. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (21 Reviews)
    China, Russia, and the U.S.A., by Edgar Snow
    1. China, Russia, and the U.S.A. by Edgar Snow
    2. The Cold War by Evan Luard
    3. The Developing Nations by Eloise G. ReQua and Jane Stratham
    4. The Diplomacy of the Russo-Japanese War by John Albert White
    5. The Economics of the Developing Countries by Hla Myint
    6. The Elephants and the Grass by Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.
    7. Ethnic Stratification by Tamotsu Shibutani and Kian M. Kwan
    8. The Foundations of Morality by Henry Hazlitt
    9. How Nations Negotiate by Fred C. Ikle
    10. An Introduction to World Politics by Wolfgang G. Friedmann
    11. The New Meaning of Treason by Rebecca West
    12. The New Nations in International Law and Diplomacy by William V. O'Brien
    13. The Political Philosophy of Bakunin by G.P. Maximoff
    14. Politics and Opinion in the Nineteenth Century by John Bowle
    15. Power Transformed by Robert M. MacIver
    16. The Red Pawn by Flora Lewis
    17. The Rise and Fall of Western Colonialism by Stewart C. Easton
    18. Self-Government in Modernizing Nations by J. Roland Pennock
    19. Sociology and the Military Establishment by Morris Janowitz and Lt. Col. Roger W. Little
    20. The Strategy of Subversion by Paul W. Blackstock
    21. World Perspectives on International Politics by Walter C. Clemens, Jr.
    Orbis, Summer 1965, pp. 505-508