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Jonathan Daniels • 298 Items / 17 Books, 109 Articles, 172 Reviews
The End of Innocence (1954)
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Published Reviews
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    Roosevelt & Daniels (Review)
    The End of Innocence, by Jonathan Daniels
    1. The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels
    The New Republic, July 26, 1954, p. 18
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    F.D.'s Mentor (Review)
    The End of Innocence, by Jonathan Daniels
    1. The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels
    The Saturday Review, June 19, 1954, p. 18
  3. Books
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    Two Men and Two Presidents (2 Reviews)
    The End of Innocence, by Jonathan Daniels
    1. The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels
    2. The Man Behind Roosevelt by Lela Stiles
    The Nation, July 3, 1954, p. 14
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Dollmaker, by Harriette Arnow
    1. The Dollmaker by Harriette Arnow
    2. A Wreath for the Enemy by Pamela Frankau
    3. The Victorian Chaise-Longue by Marghanita Laski
    4. The Gentle House by Anna Perrott Rose
    5. A Child of the Century by Ben Hecht
    6. The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1954, pp. 101-102
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. God's Country and Mine by Jacques Barzun
    2. America Day by Day by Simone de Beauvoir
    3. But We Were Born Free by Elmer H. Davis
    4. The End of Innocence by Jonathan Daniels
    5. Secretary Stimson: A Study in Statecraft by Richard N. Current
    6. Woodrow Wilson and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1920 by Louis L. Gerson
    7. Is There a Republican Majority? by Louis Harris
    8. The Advice and Consent of the Senate by Joseph P. Harris
    9. Civil Liberties and the Vinson Court by C. Herman Pritchett
    10. Elihu Root and the Conservative Tradition by Richard W. Leopold and Oscar Handlin
    11. The Age of Suspicion by James A. Wechsler
    Foreign Affairs, October 1954, p. 160