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Mary Ann Glendon • 47 Items / 6 Books, 28 Articles, 13 Reviews
A World Made New (2001)
Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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Published Reviews
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    World Without End, Amen (Review)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    Chronicles, January 2002, p. 26
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    Mrs. Roosevelt's Opus (Review)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    Commonweal, May 4, 2001, pp. 33-34
  3. Books
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    Human Rights and Mrs. Roosevelt (Review)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    First Things, June/July 2001, pp. 43-45
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    Rights of Passage (Review)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    The New Republic, February 25, 2002, pp. 37-41
  5. Books & Arts
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    The Legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt (Review)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    The Weekly Standard, May 28, 2001, pp. 29-32
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    A World Made New, by Mary Ann Glendon
    1. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    2. Frank Lloyd Wright and the Art of Japan by Julia Meech
    3. A War of Nerves by Ben Shephard
    4. The Tether by Carl Phillips
    The New Yorker, May 21, 2001, p. 101
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    Political and Legal
    1. Revolutions in Sovereignty by Daniel Philpott
    2. Problematic Sovereignty by Stephen D. Krasner
    3. A World Made New by Mary Ann Glendon
    4. Diplomacy of Conscience by Ann Marie Clark
    5. Wilson's Ghost by Robert S. McNamara and James G. Blight
    6. Taking Trade to the Streets by Susan Ariel Aaronson
    Foreign Affairs, September 2001, pp. 157-159