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Herbert Butterfield • 28 Items / 4 Articles, 7 Reviews, 16 Books, 1 Film
Christianity, Diplomacy and War (1953)
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    General History (Review)
    Christianity, Diplomacy and War, by Herbert Butterfield
    1. Christianity, Diplomacy and War by Herbert Butterfield
    The American Historical Review, July 1954, p. 970
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    The Longer View (Review)
    Christianity, Diplomacy and War, by Herbert Butterfield
    1. Christianity, Diplomacy and War by Herbert Butterfield
    Encounter, November 1953, pp. 80-83
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    Recent Books on International Relations (25 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. A Study of History by Arnold J. Toynbee
    2. Power and Policy by Thomas K. Finletter
    3. A Decade of Decision by Fred Hoyle
    4. In the Name of Sanity by Lewis Mumford
    5. Freedom Against Itself by Clarence K. Streit
    6. Christianity, Diplomacy and War by Herbert Butterfield
    7. A New Pattern for a Tired World by Louis Bromfield
    8. The Myth of the Good and Bad Nations by Rene A. Wormser
    9. Strategy: The Indirect Approach by Basil H. Liddell Hart
    10. The Hydrogen Bomb by James R. Shepley and Clay Blair, Jr.
    11. Ideas and Weapons by Irving Brinton Holley, Jr.
    12. Cavalry of the Sky by Lynn Montross
    13. In the Cause of Peace by Trygve Lie
    14. The Problem of State Succession with Regard to Treaties by R.W.G. de Muralt
    15. Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, 1953 by Clyde Eagleton and Richard N. Swift
    16. Foreign Policy Analysis by Feliks Gross
    17. Decision-Making as an Approach to the Study of International Politics by Richard C. Snyder, H.W. Bruck, and Burton Sapin
    18. The Allies and the Russian Revolution by Robert D. Warth
    19. The Policy of England and France Toward the "Anschluss" of 1938 by Sister Mary Antonia Wathen
    20. The Rebel by Albert Camus
    21. The Invisible Writing by Arthur Koestler
    22. The Appeals of Communism by Gabriel A. Almond, Herbert E. Krugman, and Elsbeth Lewin, ...
    23. The Meaning of Nationalism by Louis L. Snyder
    24. Political Parties by Maurice Duverger
    25. The People's Right to Know by Harold L. Cross
    Foreign Affairs, January 1955, pp. 332-335
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    Brief Comments (28 Reviews)
    Twenty-eight outstanding books of the previous quarter
    1. The Temper of Western Europe by C. Crane Brinton
    2. Fire in the Ashes by Theodore H. White
    3. Modern China's Foreign Policy by Werner Levi
    4. The China Tangle by Herbert Feis
    5. How Russia Is Ruled by Merle Fainsod
    6. Russian Assignment by Leslie C. Stevens, Vice Admiral, U.S.N. (Retired)
    7. Christianity, Diplomacy and War by Herbert Butterfield
    8. Triumph and Tragedy by Winston S. Churchill
    9. James Madison: Secretary of State, 1800-1809 by Irving Brant
    10. A Stillness at Appomattox by Bruce Catton
    11. Cheyenne Autumn by Mari Sandoz
    12. Academic Procession by Ernest P. Earnest
    13. Educational Wastelands by Arthur E. Bestor
    14. Vermont Tradition by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
    15. Circle of the Seasons by Edwin Way Teale
    16. The Best of Two Worlds by Joseph Wood Krutch
    17. The Word on the Brazos by J. Mason Brewer
    18. The World's Rim by Hartley Burr Alexander
    19. Wild Flowers of Western Pennsylvania and the Upper Ohio Basin by O.E. Jennings
    20. Boswell on the Grand Tour by Frederick A. Pottle and James Boswell
    21. Freedom and Fate by Stephen E. Whicher
    22. Southern Renascence by Louis D. Rubin, Jr. and Robert D. Jacobs
    23. Selected Works of Sacheverell Sitwell by Sacheverell Sitwell
    24. Collected Poems by Conrad Aiken
    25. Gardeners and Astronomers by Edith Sitwell
    26. The Present and the Past by I. Compton-Burnett
    27. The Lying Days by Nadine Gordimer
    28. Love is a Bridge by Charles Bracelen Flood
    The American Scholar, Spring 1954, pp. 246-252