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John M. Mathews • 54 Items / 13 Books, 12 Articles, 29 Reviews
American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices (1928)
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    Shorter Notices (Review)
    American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices, by John Mabry Mathews
    1. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    The American Historical Review, April 1930, p. 684
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices, by John Mabry Mathews
    1. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    American Political Science Review, May 1929, pp. 492-493
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices, by John Mabry Mathews
    1. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    American Political Science Review, June 1938, p. 598
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    Reviews (Review)
    American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices, by John Mabry Mathews
    1. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1929, pp. 464-465
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. American Diplomacy in the Modern World by Arthur Bullard
    2. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    3. America's Ambassadors to England, 1785-1928 by Beckles Willson
    4. Aspects of Anglo-American Relations by K. Capper Johnson and John M. Frankland
    5. The Grain Trade During the World War by Frank M. Surface
    6. The Philippine Islands by W. Cameron Forbes
    Foreign Affairs, April 1929, p. 504
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    Books of the Day (9 Reviews)
    A New Birth of Freedom, by Nicholas Roosevelt
    1. A New Birth of Freedom by Nicholas Roosevelt
    2. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    3. The New Ireland by J.B. Morton
    4. I Follow Saint Patrick by Oliver St. John Gogarty
    5. Unto Caesar by Fritz A. Voigt
    6. Charles Sheeler: Artist in the American Tradition by Constance Rourke
    7. Letters from the Sandwich Islands by Mark Twain and G. Ezra Dane
    8. Introductory Child Psychology by William A. Kelly and Margaret R. Kelly
    9. Psychological Aspects of Business by Edward K. Strong, Jr.
    Commonweal, September 2, 1938, pp. 478-481
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    The Check List (28 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Unto Caesar by Fritz A. Voigt
    2. Save America First by Jerome Frank
    3. The Good Society by Walter Lippmann
    4. Pity the Persecutor by Julius Gordon
    5. We Too Are the People by Louise V. Armstrong
    6. Across the Frontiers by Philip Gibbs
    7. And So--They Indicted Me! by J. Edward Jones
    8. The Novel in Contemporary Life by Storm Jameson
    9. What a University President Has Learned by A. Lawrence Lowell
    10. Holland: Crossroads of the Zuider Zee by Hendrik de Leeuw
    11. Foreign Affairs, 1919-1937 by Eugene L. Hasluck
    12. Japan in China by T.A. Bisson
    13. Dare We Look Ahead? by Bertrand Russell
    14. American Foreign Relations: Conduct and Polices by John Mabry Mathews
    15. Britain and the Dictators by R.W. Seton-Watson
    16. The Martyrdom of Spain by Alfredo Mendizabal
    17. News of England by Beverley Nichols
    18. Olla Podrida by Elinor Burt
    19. Brass Tacks by Albert G. Keller
    20. Political Guide by Dorothy Thompson
    21. Yukon Voyage by Walter R. Curtin
    22. Metropolis: A Study of the Urban Community by Howard B. Woolston
    23. Ships and Sailors by William H. Clark
    24. Labor's Road to Plenty by A.A. Rucker
    25. The Future of Freedom by Douglas Jerrold
    26. Roosevelt: A Study in Fortune and Power by Emil Ludwig
    27. The Stag at Ease by Marian Squire
    28. Civil Liberties and Industrial Conflict by Roger N. Baldwin and Clarence B. Randall
    The American Mercury, October 1938, pp. 233-237