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Foreign Influences in American Life (1944)
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    American History (Review)
    Foreign Influences in American Life, by David F. Bowers
    1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    The American Historical Review, April 1945, pp. 578-579
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    Impact from Overseas (Review)
    Foreign Influences in American Life, by David F. Bowers
    1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    Commonweal, October 27, 1944, p. 40
  3. Books
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    Americans All---Immigrants All (Review)
    Foreign Influences in American Life, by David F. Bowers
    1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    Free World, December 1944, pp. 565-566
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    Book Notes (Review)
    Foreign Influences in American Life, by David F. Bowers
    1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1945, p. 319
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    Action and Reaction in the Melting Pot (Review)
    Foreign Influences in American Life, by David F. Bowers
    1. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    The Saturday Review, December 16, 1944, p. 10
  6. The Bookshelf, conducted by Henry C. Tracy
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    For the Real American Tradition (8 Reviews)
    Prejudice: Japanese-Americans, by Carey McWilliams
    1. Prejudice: Japanese-Americans by Carey McWilliams
    2. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    3. What the Negro Wants by Rayford W. Logan
    4. Probing Our Prejudices by Hortense Powdermaker and Helen Frances Storen, ...
    5. Your School, Your Children by Marie Syrkin
    6. A Faith to Free the People by Cedric Belfrage
    7. Democracy Begins at Home by Jennings Perry
    8. Rendezvous with America by Melvin B. Tolson
    Common Ground, Winter 1945, pp. 105-106
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    Recent Books on International Relations (34 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. An American Program by Wendell L. Willkie
    2. The American Character by D.W. Brogan
    3. Foreign Influences in American Life by David F. Bowers
    4. The Road to Foreign Policy by Hugh Gibson
    5. Bases Overseas by George Weller
    6. The Battle Against Isolation by Walter Johnson
    7. An American Peace by Neil MacNeil
    8. Our Road to Power by Julian Bornow
    9. What Manner of Man? by Noel F. Busch
    10. "That Man" in the White House by Frank Kingdon
    11. Dewey: An American of This Century by Stanley Walker
    12. The Gentleman from Massachusetts by Karl Schriftgiesser
    13. Democracy Reborn by Henry A. Wallace
    14. Watching the World by Raymond Clapper
    15. Stefansson: Prophet of the North by Earl Parker Hanson
    16. Report on Demobilization by James R. Mock and Evangeline Thurber
    17. The Presidency and the Crisis by Louis William Koenig
    18. Our Civil Liberties by Osmond K. Fraenkel
    19. The Bureaucrat by John H. Crider
    20. You and Your Congress by Volta Torrey
    21. New Dictionary of American Politics by Edward Conrad Smith and Arnold John Zurcher
    22. A Dictionary of American Politics by Edward Conrad Smith and Arnold John Zurcher
    23. Representative American Speeches, 1943-44 by A. Craig Baird
    24. Citizens for a New World by Erling M. Hunt
    25. The Rest of Your Life by Leo M. Cherne
    26. Peace, Plenty, and Petroleum by Benjamin T. Brooks
    27. The Food Front in World War I by Maxcy Robson Dickson
    28. Food "Crisis" by Roy F. Hendrickson
    29. United States Shipping in Transpacific Trade, 1922-1938 by Walter A. Radius
    30. U.S. Aviation in Wartime
    31. State of the Nation by John Dos Passos
    32. The History of American Trotskyism, 1928-38 by James P. Cannon
    33. Prejudice: Japanese-Americans by Carey McWilliams
    34. Revolt in Paradise by Alexander MacDonald
    Foreign Affairs, January 1945, pp. 336-338