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Felix Morley • 131 Items / 11 Books, 83 Articles, 37 Reviews
Our Far Eastern Assignment (1926)
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Published Reviews
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    American Government and Constitutional Law (Review)
    Our Far Eastern Assignment, by Felix Morley
    1. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    American Political Science Review, May 1927, p. 465
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    Common Sense on the Far East (Review)
    Our Far Eastern Assignment, by Felix Morley
    1. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    The New Republic, June 8, 1927, p. 80
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    Across the Pacific (Review)
    Our Far Eastern Assignment, by Felix Morley
    1. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    The Saturday Review, April 2, 1927, p. 693
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    Journalists in China (3 Reviews)
    China and the Powers, by Henry Kittredge Norton
    1. China and the Powers by Henry Kittredge Norton
    2. The Revolt of Asia by Upton Close
    3. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    The Nation, April 27, 1927, p. 480
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    China on the Map (4 Reviews)
    China and the Powers, by Henry Kittredge Norton
    1. China and the Powers by Henry Kittredge Norton
    2. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    3. China: Yesterday and Today by Edward Thomas Williams
    4. China and Her Political Entity by Shuhsi Hsu
    The Forum, June 1927, pp. 954-955
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. A History of American Foreign Policy, 1776-1940 by John Holladay Latane and David W. Wainhouse
    2. Foreign Policies of the United States by James Quayle Dealey
    3. Our Far Eastern Assignment by Felix Morley
    4. A History of Hawaii by Ralph S. Kuykendall
    5. Migration and Business Cycles by Harry Jerome
    Foreign Affairs, April 1927, p. 512