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James Chace • 81 Items / 11 Books, 56 Articles, 14 Reviews
Atlantis Lost (1976)
U.S.-European Relations After the Cold War
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    Western Europe (8 Reviews)
    Atlantis Lost, by James Chace and Earl C. Ravenal
    1. Atlantis Lost by James Chace and Earl C. Ravenal
    2. Beyond Detente by Nils Andren and Karl E. Birnbaum
    3. Changes in European Relations by James A. Kuhlman and Louis J. Mensonides
    4. The Crossman Diaries by Richard H.S. Crossman and Anthony Howard
    5. The EEC and the Mediterranean Countries by Avi Shlaim and G.N. Yannopoulos
    6. The Euro-American System by Ernst-Otto Czempiel and Dankwart A. Rustow
    7. The Finnish Dilemma by George Maude
    8. The Portuguese Revolution and the Armed Forces Movement by Rona M. Fields
    Orbis, Fall 1976, p. 821
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream by Doris Kearns Goodwin
    2. On Watch: A Memoir by Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr.
    3. The Education of a Public Man by Hubert H. Humphrey
    4. The Creative Balance by Elliot L. Richardson
    5. Atlantis Lost by James Chace and Earl C. Ravenal
    6. The Alms Race by Eugene Linden
    7. The Best-Laid Schemes by Seymour J. Deitchman
    8. Men Against McCarthy by Richard M. Fried
    9. The Man Who Pardoned Nixon by Clark Mollenhoff
    10. "I Never Wanted to be Vice-President of Anything!" by Michael S. Kramer and Sam Roberts
    11. V Was for Victory by John Morton Blum
    12. News for Everyman by David Holbrook Culbert
    13. The Imperial Years by Alonzo L. Hamby
    14. The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945 by George H. Nash
    15. The Best Years: 1945-1950 by Joseph C. Goulden
    16. Roosevelt and Romanism by George Q. Flynn
    17. The Origins of the Marshall Plan by John Gimbel
    18. The Department of State by Thomas S. Estes and E. Allan Leghtner, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, October 1976, pp. 221-222