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Henry DeWolf Smyth • 6 Items / 4 Articles, 2 Books
Atomic Energy for Military Purposes (1945)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Atomic Energy for Military Purposes, by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    1. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    American Political Science Review, February 1946, pp. 156-157
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    The Smyth Report (Review)
    Atomic Energy for Military Purposes, by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    1. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    The New Republic, October 15, 1945, pp. 504-505
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    The Atom (3 Reviews)
    Atomic Energy for Military Purposes, by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    1. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    2. Almighty Atom by John J. O'Neill
    3. Atomic Energy in the Coming Era by David Dietz
    The Nation, November 3, 1945, p. 465
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    2. John Henry Newman by John Moody
    3. John Henry Newman by Charles Frederick Harrold
    4. The Life of the Heart by Frances Winwar
    5. My Wayward Parent by Elisabeth Cobb
    6. Well Done! by Morris Markey
    7. The Shelley Legend by Robert Metcalf Smith and Martha Mary Schlegel, ...
    8. One Small Voice by Marianne Oswald
    The New Yorker, November 10, 1945, pp. 98-99
  5. The Revolving Bookstand
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    Scholarship Designed for the People (13 Reviews)
    The Columbia Encyclopedia, by Clarke F. Ansley
    1. The Columbia Encyclopedia by Clarke F. Ansley
    2. The Dictionary of American English by William Alexander Craigie and James R. Hulbert, ...
    3. Knowledge for What? by Robert Staughton Lynd
    4. Reveille for Radicals by Saul D. Alinsky
    5. The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich A. Hayek
    6. Deserts on the March by Paul B. Sears
    7. Plowman's Folly by Edward H. Faulkner
    8. Sweden: The Middle Way by Marquis W. Childs
    9. Management and the Worker by F.J. Roethlisberger, William J. Dickson, and Harold A. Wright, ...
    10. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    11. Child Care and Training by Marion L. Faegre and John E. Anderson
    12. All These People by Rupert B. Vance and Nancy Danilevsky
    13. What the Negro Wants by Rayford W. Logan
    The American Scholar, Autumn 1947, pp. 491-508
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Price of Peace by William H. Beveridge
    2. Nationalism and After by Edward H. Carr
    3. Backgrounds of Conflict: Ideas and Forms in World Politics by Kurt London
    4. The Atlantic Charter: New Worlds for Old by Julius Stone
    5. United World: The Road to International Peace by Scott Nearing
    6. Let's Talk About the Peace by Henry G. Alsberg
    7. Commonwealth of Tomorrow by Hermann Goetz
    8. Now or Never by Ernest L. Howard-Williams
    9. Dumbarton Oaks by Robert E. Summers
    10. Weapons for Peace by Thomas P. Neill
    11. It's Happening Again by Ernest R. Troughton
    12. The House of Europe by Paul Scott Mowrer
    13. League of Nations and National Minorities by Pablo de Azcarate
    14. World War: Its Cause and Cure by Lionel Curtis
    15. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes by Henry DeWolf Smyth
    16. Ocean Power Wins by W.C. Brian Tunstall
    17. Air Power for Peace by Eugene Edward Wilson
    18. The Outlook for International Law by J.L. Brierly
    19. An International Bill of the Rights of Man by Hersh Lauterpacht
    20. A Guide to the Practice of International Conferences by Vladimir D. Pastuhov
    21. The International Secretariat by Egon F. Ranshofen-Wertheimer
    22. The North Atlantic Triangle by John Bartlet Brebner
    23. Voices of History: 1944-45 by Nathan Ausubel
    Foreign Affairs, January 1946, pp. 347-348