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Richard P. Stebbins • 45 Items / 39 Books, 1 Article, 5 Reviews
The United States in World Affairs, 1965 (1966)
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    Americas (2 Reviews)
    The United States in World Affairs, 1965, by Richard P. Stebbins
    1. The United States in World Affairs, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins
    2. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    The American Historical Review, April 1967, p. 1124
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    The Making of United States Foreign Policy, by Burton M. Sapin
    1. The Making of United States Foreign Policy by Burton M. Sapin
    2. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    3. The United States in World Affairs, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1968, pp. 140-141
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Lyndon B. Johnson and the World by Philip L. Geyelin
    2. The Truman Presidency by Cabell B.H. Phillips
    3. The Neglected Aspect of Foreign Affairs by Charles Frankel
    4. Power and Impotence by Edmund O. Stillman and William Pfaff
    5. Profiles in Power by Joseph Kraft
    6. No Time for Rest by Robert Cutler
    7. The Politics of Military Unification by Demetrios Caraley
    8. Air Transport Policy and National Security by Frederick C. Thayer, Jr.
    9. The RAND Corporation by Bruce L.R. Smith
    10. The American Dissent by Jeffrey Hart
    11. The City Man's Guide to the Farm Problem by Willard W. Cochrane
    12. The United States in World Affairs, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins
    13. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1965 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    Foreign Affairs, October 1966, p. 167