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Gregg Herken • 13 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article, 9 Reviews
Counsels of War (1985)
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Published Reviews
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    United States (Review)
    Counsels of War, by Gregg Herken
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    The American Historical Review, October 1986, p. 1019
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    Nuclear Strategy (Review)
    Counsels of War, by Gregg Herken
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    Commentary, July 1985, pp. 74-75
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    Nattering Nuclear Nabobs (Review)
    Counsels of War, by Gregg Herken
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    The New Republic, April 22, 1985, pp. 36-37
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    Strategy or Romance? (Review)
    Counsels of War, by Gregg Herken
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    The New York Review of Books, July 18, 1985, pp. 11-13
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    Contemporary Affairs (Review)
    Counsels of War, by Gregg Herken
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    The Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 1985, p. 145
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Counsels of War by Gregg Herken
    2. American Hostages in Iran by Warren Christopher and Paul H. Kreisberg
    3. The Limits of Victory by George D. Moffett III
    4. The Personal President by Theodore J. Lowi
    5. America Overcommitted by Donald E. Nuechterlein
    6. Sherman's March and Vietnam by James Reston, Jr.
    7. The Trouble With America by Michel Crozier
    8. Grave New World by Michael A. Ledeen
    9. They Dare to Speak Out by Paul Findley
    10. The Pied Piper by Richard Cummings
    11. The Liberal Mind in a Conservative Age by Richard H. Pells
    12. USIA: Public Diplomacy in the Computer Age by Allen C. Hansen
    13. An Uncommon Man by Richard Norton Smith
    14. The Presidency of Herbert C. Hoover by Martin L. Fausold
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1985, pp. 1117-1119