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Louis Fischer • 293 Items / 24 Books, 205 Articles, 64 Reviews
Why Recognize Russia? (1931)
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Published Reviews
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    Soviet Recognition (Review)
    Why Recognize Russia?, by Louis Fischer
    1. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    The Nation, June 3, 1931, p. 614
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    The Nonexistent Russians (Review)
    Why Recognize Russia?, by Louis Fischer
    1. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    The New Republic, July 15, 1931, p. 239
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    Modern Russia (2 Reviews)
    New Russia's Primer, by M. Ilin
    1. New Russia's Primer by M. Ilin
    2. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    The Saturday Review, May 16, 1931, p. 828
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    Check List of New Books (6 Reviews)
    Public Questions
    1. New Russia's Primer by M. Ilin
    2. Pan-Sovietism by Bruce C. Hopper
    3. Men, Women and Conflict by George A. Bartlett
    4. Massacre: A Survey of Today's American Indian by Robert Gessner
    5. The Red Trade Menace by H.R. Knickerbocker
    6. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    The American Mercury, June 1931
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    Book Reviews (6 Reviews)
    Hidden Springs of the Russian Revolution, by Lincoln Hutchinson and Katerina Breshkovsk...
    1. Hidden Springs of the Russian Revolution by Lincoln Hutchinson and Katerina Breshkovskaia, ...
    2. Lenin, Red Dictator by George Vernadsky
    3. Pan-Sovietism by Bruce C. Hopper
    4. The Soviet Planned Economic Order by William Henry Chamberlin
    5. Making Bolsheviks by Samuel N. Harper
    6. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    American Political Science Review, November 1931, pp. 1073-1075
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. Directory of American Agencies Concerned with the Study of International Affairs by Ruth Savord
    2. Good Neighbourhood by Vincent Massey
    3. Why Recognize Russia? by Louis Fischer
    4. Wilson, the Unknown by Wells Wells
    5. Drifting Sands of Party Politics by Oscar W. Underwood
    6. Filipino Immigration to Continental United States and to Hawaii by Bruno Lasker
    Foreign Affairs, July 1931, p. 688