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Edith Roper • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
Skeleton of Justice (1941)
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    Foreign Government and Politics (Review)
    Skeleton of Justice, by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    1. Skeleton of Justice by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    American Political Science Review, October 1941, p. 1014
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    The Nazi Courts at Work (Review)
    Skeleton of Justice, by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    1. Skeleton of Justice by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    The Nation, June 14, 1941, p. 703
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    Justice of Terror (Review)
    Skeleton of Justice, by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    1. Skeleton of Justice by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    The New Republic, August 18, 1941, p. 227
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    General
    1. Darwin, Marx, and Wagner: Critique of a Heritage by Jacques Barzun
    2. Women of Britain by Beatrice Curtis-Brown
    3. America Is Worth Fighting For by Ralph Ingersoll
    4. Skeleton of Justice by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    5. River of Ruins by Louis J. Halle, Jr.
    The New Yorker, May 17, 1941, p. 78
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The War Crisis in Berlin, July-August 1914 by Horace Rumbold
    2. Scapa Flow by Ludwig von Reuter
    3. The Dual State by Ernst Fraenkel
    4. Skeleton of Justice by Edith Roper and Clara Leiser
    5. The Social Policy of Nazi Germany by C.W. Guillebaud
    6. The Educational Philosophy of National Socialism by George Frederick Kneller
    7. Nazi Europe and World Trade by Cleona Lewis and John C. McClelland
    8. Here Lies Goebbels by Vernon McKenzie
    9. Hitler Youth by Hans Siemsen
    10. Germany Tomorrow by Otto Strasser
    11. What Mussolini Did to Us by Paolo Treves
    Foreign Affairs, October 1941, pp. 200-201