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A Democratic Manifesto (1942)
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Published Reviews
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    First Person Singular (Review)
    A Democratic Manifesto, by Emery Reves
    1. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1942, p. 138
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    The Way to Begin (Review)
    A Democratic Manifesto, by Emery Reves
    1. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    The Nation, October 3, 1942, p. 304
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    Success Story (Review)
    A Democratic Manifesto, by Emery Reves
    1. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    The Saturday Review, February 27, 1943, p. 9
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    Underground Reporter: A Year of Resistance (5 Reviews)
    The New Freedom of the Seas, by W. Arnold-Forster
    1. The New Freedom of the Seas by W. Arnold-Forster
    2. Agenda for a Postwar World by J.B. Condliffe
    3. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    4. Greece Fights by Homer W. Davis
    5. Strategic Materials and National Strength by Harry N. Holmes
    Free World, October 1942, pp. 92-94
  5. The Bookshelf, conducted by Henry C. Tracy
    Aspects of the Democratic Offensive (7 Reviews)
    Argentina: The Life Story of a Nation, by John W. White
    1. Argentina: The Life Story of a Nation by John W. White
    2. Pan American Progress by Philip Leonard Green
    3. New World Constitutional Harmony by George H. Jaffin
    4. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    5. The Raft by Robert Trumbull
    6. What's Your Name? by Louis Adamic
    7. The American Jew by Oscar I. Janowsky
    Common Ground, Winter 1943, p. 115
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    Recent Books on International Relations (30 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Permanent Revolution by Sigmund Neumann
    2. World in Trance: From Versailles to Pearl Harbor by Leopold Schwarzschild
    3. War in Our Time by Harry B. Henderson and Herman C. Morris
    4. Rip Tide of Aggression by Lilian T. Mowrer
    5. Modern World Politics by Thorsten V. Kalijarvi
    6. On Borrowed Peace by Hubertus zu Loewenstein
    7. Reflections on Government by Ernest Barker
    8. A Democratic Manifesto by Emery Reves
    9. Time to Inquire by Samuel Crowther
    10. Our Side Is Right by Ralph Barton Perry
    11. Studies in Diplomacy and Statecraft by G.P. Gooch
    12. How to Win the Peace by Carl J. Hambro
    13. Victory Is Not Enough by Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer
    14. The World After War by Henry Bamford Parkes
    15. Peace Plans and American Choices by Arthur C. Millspaugh
    16. A Basis for the Peace to Come by Francis J. McConnell
    17. A Christian Basis for the Post-War World by Albert E. Baker
    18. Victory---and After by Earl Browder
    19. Plans for a Post-War World by Julia E. Johnsen
    20. Generals and Geographers: The Twilight of Geopolitics by Hans W. Weigert
    21. An Outline of Political Geography by James F. Horrabin
    22. Encyclopedia Britannica World Atlas by G. Donald Hudson
    23. New World Horizons by Chester H. Lawrence
    24. Voices of History, 1942-1943 by Franklin Watts and Barbara E. Leighton
    25. Documents on International Affairs, 1938 by Monica Curtis
    26. The Command of the Air by Giulio Douhet
    27. Principles of War by Carl von Clausewitz
    28. Silent Enemies by Justina H. Hill
    29. Modern Camouflage by Robert P. Breckenridge
    30. World Government by Oscar Newfang
    Foreign Affairs, April 1943, pp. 574-576