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Frank Gibney • 24 Items / 8 Books, 14 Articles, 2 Reviews
The Khrushchev Pattern (1961)
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Published Reviews
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    The Fight for Red Domination (Review)
    The Khrushchev Pattern, by Frank Gibney
    1. The Khrushchev Pattern by Frank Gibney
    The Saturday Review, February 4, 1961, p. 21
  2. Books
    Hostile Coexistence (9 Reviews)
    Peaceful Co-Existence, by Wladyslaw W. Kulski
    1. Peaceful Co-Existence by Wladyslaw W. Kulski
    2. Is Peaceful Co-Existence Possible? by Michael Lindsay
    3. The Great Contest by Isaac Deutscher
    4. Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin by George F. Kennan
    5. Russia, America, and the World by Louis Fischer
    6. Neither War Nor Peace by Hugh Seton-Watson
    7. The Khrushchev Pattern by Frank Gibney
    8. The Soviet Cultural Offensive by Frederick C. Barghoorn
    9. The Challenge of Coexistence by Milton Kovner
    Problems of Communism, July 1961, pp. 31-36
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. The Transformation of Russian Society by Cyril E. Black
    2. Soviet Foreign Policy after Stalin by David J. Dallin
    3. The Soviet Industrialization Debate, 1924-1928 by Alexander Erlich
    4. The Khrushchev Pattern by Frank Gibney
    5. Value and Plan by Gregory Grossman
    6. Economic Atlas of the Soviet Union by George Kish
    7. Russia's Rockets and Missiles by Albert Parry
    8. Russian Science in the Twenty-First Century by Sergei Gouschev and Mikhail Vassiliev
    9. Documents on Polish-Soviet Relations, 1939-1945
    10. Russia and China by J.V. Davidson-Houston
    11. Pan-Turkism and Islam in Russia by Serge A. Zenkovsky
    12. The Undefeated Nation by Adolfs Blodnieks
    13. Central Planning in Czechoslovakia by Jan M. Michal
    Foreign Affairs, April 1961, pp. 521-522