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Gaddis Smith • 87 Items / 5 Books, 4 Articles, 78 Reviews
Morality, Reason, and Power (1986)
American Diplomacy in the Carter Years
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    The Two Carters (Review)
    Morality, Reason, and Power, by Gaddis Smith
    1. Morality, Reason, and Power by Gaddis Smith
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1986, pp. 78-79
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    Jimmy's World (Review)
    Morality, Reason, and Power, by Gaddis Smith
    1. Morality, Reason, and Power by Gaddis Smith
    The New Republic, October 20, 1986, pp. 39-41
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    Words and Deeds (2 Reviews)
    Morality, Reason, and Power, by Gaddis Smith
    1. Morality, Reason, and Power by Gaddis Smith
    2. The Uncertain Crusade by Joshua Muravchik
    Commentary, August 1986, pp. 62-66
  4. On Political Books
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    Did Carter Fail on Human Rights? (2 Reviews)
    His execution was poor, but even Reagan can't ignore his ideas.
    1. Morality, Reason, and Power by Gaddis Smith
    2. The Uncertain Crusade by Joshua Muravchik
    The Washington Monthly, June 1986, pp. 51-55
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Thinking in Time by Richard E. Neustadt and Ernest R. May
    2. The Dream of Deliverance in American Politics by Mona Harrington
    3. Intervention: How America Became Involved in Vietnam by George McTurnan Kahin
    4. Brothers in Arms by William Broyles, Jr.
    5. Morality, Reason, and Power by Gaddis Smith
    6. The Uncertain Crusade by Joshua Muravchik
    7. Mayday by Michael R. Beschloss
    8. The Bold Experiment: JFK's Peace Corps by Gerard T. Rice
    9. Grenville Clark, Public Citizen by Gerald T. Dunne
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1986, pp. 1115-1116