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O Congress (1972)
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    Two GOP Dissenters (2 Reviews)
    O Congress, by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    1. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    2. Catch the Falling Flag by Richard J. Whalen
    The New Republic, September 2, 1972, p. 34
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    1. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    2. Meditations on Hunting by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    3. George S. Kaufman by Howard Teichmann
    4. A Populist Manifesto by Jack Newfield and Jeff Greenfield
    5. The Duel: De Gaulle and Pompidou by Philippe Alexandre
    6. The Barrier and the Bridge by Alfonso Lowe
    The New Yorker, July 22, 1972, pp. 78-79
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    Political Book Notes (11 Reviews)
    Citizen Power, by Mike Gravel
    1. Citizen Power by Mike Gravel
    2. Counsel for the Deceived by Philip G. Schrag
    3. Dark Horse by Fletcher Knebel
    4. In Critical Condition by Edward Moore Kennedy
    5. The Investigation of Ralph Nader by Thomas Whiteside
    6. A New Isolationism by Robert W. Tucker
    7. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    8. A Political Education by Harry McPherson
    9. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    10. A Sense of the Senate by Seymour K. Freidin
    11. Walter Reuther by Jean Gould and Lorena Hickok
    The Washington Monthly, June 1972, pp. 61-66
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    Recent Books on International Relations (22 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Memoirs, 1950-1963 by George F. Kennan
    2. A Political Education by Harry McPherson
    3. The United States and the Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1947 by John Lewis Gaddis
    4. A New Isolationism by Robert W. Tucker
    5. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    6. Afternoon on the Potomac? by Roy Jenkins
    7. Presidents, Bureaucrats, and Foreign Policy by I.M. Destler
    8. Papers On the War by Daniel Ellsberg
    9. Anatomy of an Undeclared War by Patricia A. Krause
    10. The End of Nowhere by Charles A. Stevenson
    11. Dean Acheson by Gaddis Smith
    12. The Patton Papers, Vol. I: 1885-1940 by Martin Blumenson
    13. In the Fullness of Time by Paul H. Douglas
    14. In Search of Nixon by Bruce Mazlish
    15. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    16. McGovern by Robert Sam Anson
    17. The Great Coalfield War by George S. McGovern and Leonard F. Guttridge
    18. Private Faces/Public Places by Abigail McCarthy
    19. Nixonomics by Leonard Silk
    20. The United States in World Affairs, 1970 by William P. Lineberry
    21. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1968-69 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    22. The Changing Values on Campus by Daniel Yankelovich
    Foreign Affairs, October 1972, pp. 233-235
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    Book Marks (26 Reviews)
    The Emerging Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois, by W.E.B. Du Bois
    1. The Emerging Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois by W.E.B. Du Bois
    2. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    3. My Prison by Luisa Isabel Alvarez de Toledo
    4. West Indian Societies by David Lowenthal
    5. Are You Now or Have You Ever Been by Eric Bentley
    6. The Star-Spangled Hustle by Arthur I. Blaustein and Geoffrey Faux
    7. To Be... by Harold Flender
    8. Forever Open, Clear, and Free by Lois Wille
    9. Le Portugal Baillonne by Mario Soares
    10. Oscar Wilde by Kevin Sullivan
    11. For the First Hours of Tomorrow by Elmer Gertz
    12. The Hurricane Creek Massacre by Thomas N. Bethell
    13. Racial Oppression in America by Bob Blauner
    14. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    15. The Ecstasy of Owen Muir by Ring Lardner, Jr.
    16. The Time of the Toad by Dalton Trumbo
    17. The American Worker by Franklin Wallick
    18. Puerto Rico by Manuel Maldonado-Denis
    19. Bureaucracy and Foreign Policy by Francis E. Rourke
    20. Relevant Lawyers by Ann Fagan Ginger
    21. War Without End by Michael T. Klare
    22. A Qui Appartient Paris? by Claude Bourdet
    23. Proxmire by Jay G. Sykes
    24. Only Victims by Robert Vaughn
    25. War Conspiracy by Peter Dale Scott
    26. Beyond Babel by Brenda Maddox
    The Nation, January 8, 1973, pp. 58-59