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Published Reviews
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    The Party Needs a Trial (Review)
    The Confession, by Arthur London
    1. The Confession by Arthur London
    The Nation, December 7, 1970, pp. 598-599
  2. Books
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    Verse (2 Reviews)
    The Confession, by Arthur London
    1. The Confession by Arthur London
    2. The Battle Stalin Lost by Vladimir Dedijer
    Commonweal, March 5, 1971, pp. 550-552
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    Rebirth and Death in Czechoslovakia (9 Reviews)
    Dubcek, by William Shawcross
    1. Dubcek by William Shawcross
    2. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    3. Prague Notebook by Michel Salomon
    4. A Year is Eight Months by Josef Maxa
    5. Czechoslovakia Since World War II by Tad Szulc
    6. From the Diary of a Counter-Revolutionary by Pavel Kohout
    7. The Confession by Arthur London
    8. Stalinism in Prague by Eugen Loebl
    9. The Czechoslovak Political Trials, 1950-1954 by Jiri Pelikan
    The New York Review of Books, September 2, 1971, pp. 11-13
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Truth and Power by Hans J. Morgenthau
    2. From Trust to Terror by Herbert Feis
    3. Future Shock by Alvin Toffler
    4. The Last of the Giants by C.L. Sulzberger
    5. Struggles in the State by George Armstrong Kelly and Clifford W. Brown, Jr., ...
    6. The Ruler's Imperative by W. Howard Wriggins
    7. UN: The First Twenty-Five Years, 1960-1967 by Clark M. Eichelberger
    8. The New Nations in the United Nations, 1960-1967 by David A. Kay
    9. The Logic of Images in International Relations by Robert Jervis
    10. The Pathology of Leadership by Hugh L'Etang
    11. Boundaries by Robert Jay Lifton
    12. Prison Journals of a Priest Revolutionary by Philip Berrigan and Vincent McGee
    13. The Confession by Arthur London
    14. Political Conflict by Morris Janowitz
    15. Exercises in Diplomacy by Percy C. Spender
    16. National Interests and the Multinational Enterprise by Jack N. Behrman
    17. International Law and the Social Sciences by Wesley L. Gould and Michael Barkun
    18. The New International Actors by Carol Ann Cosgrove and Kenneth J. Twitchett
    19. The International Regulation of Frontier Disputes by Evan Luard
    20. The International Labour Organisation by G.A. Johnston
    Foreign Affairs, January 1971, pp. 355-356