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John Creighton Campbell • 274 Items / 9 Books, 24 Articles, 241 Reviews
American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe (1965)
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    Comparative Government and Cross-National Research (2 Reviews)
    Suffrage Politique en France, by Jean-Paul Charnay
    1. Suffrage Politique en France by Jean-Paul Charnay
    2. American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe by John C. Campbell
    American Political Science Review, December 1965, p. 1071
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    Cracks in the Monolith (2 Reviews)
    International Communism After Khruschev, by Leopold Labedz
    1. International Communism After Khruschev by Leopold Labedz
    2. American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe by John C. Campbell
    Modern Age, Spring 1966, pp. 202-205
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe by John C. Campbell
    2. Communism, National and International by H. Gordon Skilling
    3. Foreign Capital as an Instrument of National Economic Policy by V.N. Bandera
    4. Memoirs, 1921-1941 by Ilya Ehrenburg
    5. The War, 1941-45 by Ilya Ehrenburg
    6. The Great Purge Trial by Robert C. Tucker and Stephen F. Cohen
    7. Soviet Research and Development by Alexander G. Korol
    8. Khrushchev and the Arts by Priscilla Johnson and Leopold Labedz
    9. The Soviet Youth Program by Allen Kassof
    10. A History of Finland by John H. Wuorinen
    11. Lithuania Under the Soviets by V. Stanley Vardys
    12. Polish National Income and Product in 1954, 1955, and 1956 by Thad Paul Alton
    13. Rumania: Russia's Dissident Ally by David Floyd
    14. Revolution and Defeat by D. George Kousoulas
    Foreign Affairs, October 1965, pp. 157-158