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Bruce M. Russett • 66 Items / 17 Books, 32 Articles, 17 Reviews
No Clear and Present Danger (1972)
A Skeptical View of the United States Entry Into World War II
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Published Reviews
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    International Politics, Law and Organization (Review)
    No Clear and Present Danger, by Bruce M. Russett
    1. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    American Political Science Review, March 1976, p. 293
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    No Clear and Present Danger, by Bruce M. Russett
    1. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1973, p. 492
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    United States (2 Reviews)
    No Clear and Present Danger, by Bruce M. Russett
    1. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    2. Foreign Policy of Col. McCormick's Tribune, 1929-1941 by Jerome E. Edwards
    The American Historical Review, April 1974, p. 608
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    United States and Canada (6 Reviews)
    The Modern Military in American Society, by Charles Walton Ackley
    1. The Modern Military in American Society by Charles Walton Ackley
    2. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    3. On the Democratic Idea in America by Irving Kristol
    4. Political Hysteria in America by Murray B. Levin
    5. The Politics of Riot Commissions, 1917-1970 by Anthony M. Platt
    6. Spiro Agnew's America by Theo Lippman, Jr.
    Orbis, Fall 1972, p. 824
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    Book Marks (17 Reviews)
    In the Life, by Bruce Jackson
    1. In the Life by Bruce Jackson
    2. Juror Number Four by Edwin Kennebeck
    3. Black Star Over Japan by Albert Axelbank
    4. A Male Guide to Women's Liberation by Gene Marine
    5. The New Tsars by John Dornberg
    6. Highways to Nowhere by Richard Hebert
    7. You Can't Steal First Base by Charles Granville Hamilton
    8. Workers' Control by Gerry Hunnius, G. David Garson, and John Case
    9. To Kill a Child's Spirit by John Caughey
    10. Military Force and American Society by Bruce M. Russett and Alfred Stepan
    11. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    12. Land Reform and Economic Development by Peter Dorner
    13. The Bracero by Eugene Nelson
    14. The Autobiography of Dr. Samuel Rosen by Samuel Rosen
    15. Turn That Damned Thing Off by Gene Klavan
    16. The Myth of America's Military Power by John J. Chodes
    17. Ando Sangrando by Armando Morales
    The Nation, July 16, 1973, pp. 59-60
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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