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    Political Theory and Miscellaneous (Review)
    Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism, by Kemper Simpson
    1. Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism by Kemper Simpson
    American Political Science Review, June 1942, p. 597
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    Contemporary Social Problems (Review)
    Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism, by Kemper Simpson
    1. Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism by Kemper Simpson
    Commonweal, May 2, 1941, p. 41
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    An Exposure of Big Business (Review)
    Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism, by Kemper Simpson
    1. Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism by Kemper Simpson
    The Nation, May 24, 1941, p. 620
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    Fascist States and Industry (Review)
    Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism, by Kemper Simpson
    1. Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism by Kemper Simpson
    The Saturday Review, June 21, 1941, p. 17
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. International Labor, Diplomacy, and Peace, 1914-1919 by Austin Van der Slice
    2. Fiscal Policy and Business Cycles by Alvin H. Hansen
    3. Investment and Business Cycles by James W. Angell
    4. Challenge to Karl Marx by John Kenneth Turner
    5. Big Business, Efficiency, and Fascism by Kemper Simpson
    6. Abundance: The Devil of the Machine Age by J. Russell Smith
    7. Land Tenure Policies at Home and Abroad by Henry William Spiegel
    8. A More Co-Operative Democracy by James Duff Barnett
    9. Research in International Economics by Federal Agencies by Sanford Schwarz
    10. Science in Peace and War by J.B.S. Haldane
    11. Education on an International Scale by George William Gray
    Foreign Affairs, January 1942, p. 375