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George Fort Milton • 76 Items / 26 Articles, 44 Reviews, 6 Books
The Eve of Conflict (1934)
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    The Irrepressible Conflict (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    The American Review, May 1935, pp. 249-256
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    Books of American History (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    The American Historical Review, April 1935, pp. 531-533
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    The Little Giant (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    Commonweal, May 1, 1936, p. 25
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    Was It a Needless War? (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    The Nation, January 9, 1935, p. 52
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    The Great Doughface (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    The New Republic, December 19, 1934, p. 172
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    Tragic "Little Giant" (Review)
    The Eve of Conflict, by George Fort Milton
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    The Saturday Review, October 27, 1934, p. 233
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    Also Out This Week (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Eve of Conflict by George Fort Milton
    2. A Guide to Modern Politics by G.D.H. Cole and Margaret Cole
    3. The Cingalese Prince by Brooks Atkinson
    4. Afternoon Neighbors by Hamlin Garland
    5. The American Theatre by Montrose J. Moses and John Mason Brown
    6. Conversation Piece by Noel Coward
    7. The Sentimental Years: 1836-1860 by E. Douglas Branch
    8. The Doctor in History by Howard W. Haggard
    The New Yorker, November 10, 1934, pp. 112-113