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Grigory F. Grinko • 1 Book
The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union (1930)
A Political Interpretation
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    Check List of New Books (4 Reviews)
    Public Questions
    1. What Rights Are Left by Henry Alan Johnston
    2. Life in College by Christian F. Gauss
    3. The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union by Grigory F. Grinko
    4. Justice for Hungary by Otto Legrady
    The American Mercury, December 1930
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    Book Reviews (6 Reviews)
    The Economic Life of Soviet Russia, by Calvin B. Hoover
    1. The Economic Life of Soviet Russia by Calvin B. Hoover
    2. Russia's Productive System by Emile Burns
    3. The Red Trade Menace by H.R. Knickerbocker
    4. The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union by Grigory F. Grinko
    5. The Challenge of Russia by Sherwood Eddy
    6. The Russian Experiment by Arthur Feiler
    American Political Science Review, August 1931, pp. 752-753
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. The Ochrana by A.T. Vassilyev and Rene Fulop-Miller
    2. Russian Local Government During the War and the Union of Zemstvos by Tikhon I. Polner
    3. Agricultural Russia on the Eve of the Revolution by Georgii Alekseevich Pavlovsky
    4. The White Army by A.I. Denikin
    5. Memories of Lenin, 1893-1917 by Nadezhda K. Krupskaya
    6. The Soviets in World Affairs by Louis Fischer
    7. The Experiment of Bolshevism by Arthur Feiler
    8. The Economic Policy of Soviet Russia by Paul Haensel
    9. The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union by Grigory F. Grinko
    Foreign Affairs, January 1931, pp. 361-362
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    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union, by Grigory F. Grinko
    1. The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union by Grigory F. Grinko
    2. The Life of the Empress Eugenie by Robert Sencourt
    3. India and the Simon Report by C.F. Andrews
    4. Francis Joseph I: The Downfall of an Empire by Karl Tschuppik
    5. Gabriel the Archangel by Federico V. Nardelli and Arthur Livingston
    6. The Unfinished Symphony by David Ewen
    7. The World Crisis by Winston Churchill
    8. A History of Later Latin Literature from the Middle of the Fourth to the End of the Seventeenth Century by F.A. Wright and T.A. Sinclair
    9. Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes: Slaves of Passion by Lily B. Campbell
    The Nation, August 12, 1931, pp. 164-165