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John N. Hazard • 41 Items / 11 Books, 8 Articles, 22 Reviews
Settling Disputes in Soviet Society (1960)
The Formative Years of Legal Institutions
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (Review)
    Settling Disputes in Soviet Society, by John N. Hazard
    1. Settling Disputes in Soviet Society by John N. Hazard
    American Political Science Review, June 1961, p. 430
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    Soviet Courts (Review)
    Settling Disputes in Soviet Society, by John N. Hazard
    1. Settling Disputes in Soviet Society by John N. Hazard
    The Anglo-Soviet Journal, Summer 1961, p. 40
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    A Precarious Legality (4 Reviews)
    Settling Disputes in Soviet Society, by John N. Hazard
    1. Settling Disputes in Soviet Society by John N. Hazard
    2. Justice in Russia by Harold J. Berman
    3. Communism and the Law by Peter Archer
    4. Soviet Administrative Legality by Glenn G. Morgan
    Problems of Communism, July 1964, pp. 34-39
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents by Jane Degras
    2. The Conscience of the Revolution by Robert Vincent Daniels
    3. The Soviet Cultural Offensive by Frederick C. Barghoorn
    4. Khrushchev: The Making of a Dictator by Gyorgy Paloczi-Horvath
    5. A Documentary History of Communism in Russia by Robert V. Daniels
    6. The Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    7. Settling Disputes in Soviet Society by John N. Hazard
    8. The Conspirators by Geoffrey Bailey
    9. The Changing Soviet School by George Z.F. Bereday, William W. Brickman, and Gerald H. Read, ...
    10. Soviet Statistics of Physical Output of Industrial Commodities by Gregory Grossman
    11. Russian and East European Publications in the Libraries of the United States by Melville J. Ruggles and Vaclav Mostecky
    12. A Polish Factory by Jiri Kolaja
    13. Political Prisoner by Paul Ignotus
    14. Cyprus Guerrilla: Grivas, Makarios and the British by Doros Alastos
    Foreign Affairs, January 1961, p. 327
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    Brief Comments on Recent Books (28 Reviews)
    The Cost of Freedom, by Henry C. Wallich
    1. The Cost of Freedom by Henry C. Wallich
    2. Basic Values of Western Civilization by Shepard B. Clough
    3. Human Nature and the Human Condition by Joseph Wood Krutch
    4. Science Ponders Religion by Harlow Shapley
    5. Politics and the Arts by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
    6. The Creative Mind and Method by Jack D. Summerfield and Lorlyn Thatcher
    7. The American Imagination by Alan Pryce-Jones
    8. Music as Metaphor by Donald N. Ferguson
    9. The Golden House of Nero by Axel Boethius
    10. The Orphic Voice by Elizabeth Sewell
    11. The Swinburne Letters by Cecil Y. Lang and Algernon Swinburne
    12. Rainer Maria Rilke by Heinz F. Peters
    13. The Woman at the Washington Zoo by Randall Jarrell
    14. Can These Bones Live? by Edward Dahlberg
    15. Ezra Pound by Charles Norman
    16. The Comic Sense of Henry James by Richard Poirier
    17. Ellen Glasgow and the Ironic Art of Fiction by Frederick P.W. McDowell
    18. Collected Poems, 1930-1960 by Richard Eberhart
    19. Education in the Nation's Service
    20. Industrialism and Industrial Man by Clark Kerr, John T. Dunlop, and Frederick H. Harbison, ...
    21. The Burden of Southern History by C. Vann Woodward
    22. The American Historian by Harvey Wish
    23. Great Presidential Decisions by Richard B. Morris
    24. Turner and Beard: American Historical Writing Reconsidered by Lee Benson
    25. The Unfinished Revolution by Adam B. Ulam
    26. Settling Disputes in Soviet Society by John N. Hazard
    27. France: Steadfast and Changing by Raymond Aron
    28. The New Nigerian Elite by Hugh H. Smythe and Mabel M. Smythe
    The American Scholar, Spring 1961, pp. 268-302