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Carlos G. Davila • 5 Items / 2 Books, 3 Articles
We, of the Americas (1949)
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    Buttering Our Bread on Wrong Side? (Review)
    We, of the Americas, by Carlos Davila
    1. We, of the Americas by Carlos Davila
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1949, p. 16
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    Latin America
    1. We, of the Americas by Carlos Davila
    2. Handbook of Latin American Studies, 1945 by Miron Burgin
    3. Who's Who in Latin America, Part VI: Brazil by Ronald Hilton
    4. The Brazilian Economy by Henry William Spiegel
    5. Southern Empire: Brazil by Bertita L. Harding
    6. The Long Land: Chile by Carleton Beals
    Foreign Affairs, July 1949, p. 695
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    Briefer Comment (7 Reviews)
    Current History
    1. Fear, War, and the Bomb by P.M.S. Blackett
    2. In Search of a Future by Maurice Hindus
    3. Out of Exile by Sutan Sjahrir
    4. Russia's Race for Asia by George Creel
    5. Canada: An International Power by Andre Siegfried
    6. Poland Struggles Forward by William Cary
    7. We, of the Americas by Carlos Davila
    The Forum, May 1949, p. 282
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    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    Chief Justice John Marshall and the Growth of the Republic, by David G. Loth
    1. Chief Justice John Marshall and the Growth of the Republic by David G. Loth
    2. In Anger and Pity by Robert Magidoff
    3. Actions and Passions by Max Lerner
    4. Freedom of Information by Herbert Brucker
    5. Mystic Rebels by Harry C. Schnur
    6. Report on America by Robert Payne
    7. We, of the Americas by Carlos Davila
    8. American Argument by Pearl S. Buck and Eslanda Goode Robeson
    9. Citizen Thomas More and His Utopia by Russell Ames
    The Nation, March 26, 1949, p. 368