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James G. Leyburn • 6 Items / 5 Books, 1 Article
The Haitian People (1941)
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Published Reviews
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    American History (Review)
    The Haitian People, by James G. Leyburn
    1. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    The American Historical Review, July 1942, p. 915
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    History (Review)
    The Haitian People, by James G. Leyburn
    1. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    Commonweal, March 6, 1942, p. 491
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    The Haitian Revolution (Review)
    The Haitian People, by James G. Leyburn
    1. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    The Nation, June 20, 1942, p. 719
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    Haitian Analysis (Review)
    The Haitian People, by James G. Leyburn
    1. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    The Saturday Review, December 20, 1941, p. 16
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    Vodou Power (2 Reviews)
    Papa Doc, by Bernard Diederich and Al Burt #2
    1. Papa Doc by Bernard Diederich and Al Burt #2
    2. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    The New York Review of Books, March 12, 1970, pp. 47-48
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Latin America
    1. Latin America by Preston E. James
    2. Inter-American Solidarity by Walter H.C. Laves
    3. Handbook of Latin American Studies, 1940 by Miron Burgin
    4. Mexico's School-Made Society by George C. Booth
    5. The Haitian People by James G. Leyburn
    6. The Panama Canal in Peace and War by Norman J. Padelford
    7. The Nazi Underground in South America by Hugo Fernandez Artucio
    8. The Battle of South America by Albert B. Carter
    9. The Pageant of South American History by Anne Merriman Peck
    Foreign Affairs, July 1942, pp. 785-786