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Carl F. Brand • 33 Items / 2 Books, 5 Articles, 26 Reviews
British Labour's Rise to Power (1941)
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    British Empire (Review)
    British Labour's Rise to Power, by Carl F. Brand
    1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
    The American Historical Review, July 1942, pp. 935-936
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    British Labour's Rise to Power, by Carl F. Brand
    1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
    American Political Science Review, December 1941, p. 1170
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    Reviews (Review)
    British Labour's Rise to Power, by Carl F. Brand
    1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1942, pp. 139-140
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    Labor in Britain (3 Reviews)
    British Labour's Rise to Power, by Carl F. Brand
    1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
    2. Bevin and Company by Patricia O'Flynn Strauss
    3. Labour in the War by John Price
    The New Republic, August 25, 1941, p. 258
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
    2. The Long Week-End by Robert Graves and Alan Hodge
    3. Sea Power by Russell Grenfell
    4. Concerning Winston Spencer Churchill by George Arthur
    5. The Men Around Churchill by Rene Kraus
    6. Bevin and Company by Patricia O'Flynn Strauss
    7. The American Speeches of Lord Lothian by Philip H. Kerr Lothian
    8. The Ideas and Ideals of the British Empire by Ernest Barker
    9. Ireland---In the Age of Reform and Revolution by Nicholas Mansergh
    10. The Canadian Peoples by B.K. Sandwell
    11. The Choice Before India by J. Chinna Durai
    12. The Structural Basis of the Indian Economy by H. Venkatasubbiah
    Foreign Affairs, January 1942, p. 384