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Leo P. Ribuffo • 29 Items / 2 Books, 11 Articles, 16 Reviews
The Old Christian Right (1983)
The Protestant Far Right from the Great Depression to the Cold War
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Published Reviews
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    United States (Review)
    The Old Christian Right, by Leo Ribuffo
    1. The Old Christian Right by Leo Ribuffo
    The American Historical Review, October 1984, p. 1185
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    Nativist Demoagogues (Review)
    The Old Christian Right, by Leo Ribuffo
    1. The Old Christian Right by Leo Ribuffo
    Dissent, Summer 1984, pp. 379-380
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Panama Odyssey by William J. Jorden
    2. The Making of America's Soviet Policy by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
    3. Our Own Worst Enemy by I.M. Destler, Leslie H. Gelb, and Anthony Lake
    4. Endless Enemies by Jonathan Kwitny
    5. Western Interests and U.S. Policy Options in the Caribbean Basin by James R. Greene and Brent Scowcroft
    6. Endless War by James Chace
    7. The Morass by Richard Alan White
    8. Obbligato, 1939-79 by William H. Sullivan
    9. The Decline of American Political Parties, 1952-1980 by Martin P. Wattenberg
    10. To Promote Peace by Dennis L. Bark
    11. To Promote Prosperity by John Hampton Moore
    12. Contending with Kennan by Barton Gellman
    13. Drawing the Line by Robert M. Blum
    14. Touched with Fire by John Wheeler
    15. Long Time Passing by Myra MacPherson
    16. The Marshall Plan by Charles L. Mee, Jr.
    17. The Heyday of American Communism by Harvey Klehr
    18. Lightest Blues by Jane Van Nimmen and Clive Giboire
    19. The Old Christian Right by Leo Ribuffo
    20. Outstanding International Press Reporting by Heinz-Dietrich Fischer
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1984, pp. 192-195