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Earl Browder • 167 Items / 13 Books, 143 Articles, 11 Reviews
The People's Front (1938)
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Published Reviews
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    Charting the Course of the Democratic Front (Review)
    The People's Front, by Earl Browder
    1. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    The Communist, April 1938, pp. 339-350
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    The Revised Communist Faith (Review)
    The People's Front, by Earl Browder
    1. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    The Nation, February 26, 1938, pp. 247-249
  3. Book Reviews
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    Twentieth-Century Americanism (Review)
    The People's Front, by Earl Browder
    1. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    The New Masses, March 1, 1938, pp. 21-23
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    Browder (Review)
    The People's Front, by Earl Browder
    1. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    The New Republic, April 13, 1938, p. 310
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    American Socialism, by Harry W. Laidler
    1. American Socialism by Harry W. Laidler
    2. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    American Political Science Review, August 1938, pp. 746-747
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Our Country, Our People, and Theirs by M.E. Tracy
    2. Save America First by Jerome Frank
    3. Anglo-American Trade Relations
    4. Conference on Canadian American Affairs by Walter W. McLaren, Albert B. Corey, and Reginald G. Trotter, ...
    5. Roosevelt: A Study in Fortune and Power by Emil Ludwig
    6. The Hoover Policies by Ray Lyman Wilbur and Arthur Mastick Hyde
    7. The People's Front by Earl Browder
    8. You Can't Do That by George Seldes
    9. Our Ships
    10. The 168 Days by Joseph Alsop and Turner Catledge
    11. The Story of Alaska by Clarence Leroy Andrews
    Foreign Affairs, October 1938, p. 180