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John Strachey • 134 Items / 32 Books, 84 Articles, 17 Reviews, 1 Poem
What Are We to Do? (1938)
A History of the British and American Labor Movements
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Published Reviews
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    New Communist Presbyter (Review)
    What Are We to Do?, by John Strachey
    1. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    The Nation, August 13, 1938, p. 157
  2. Review & Comment
    The Logic of Our Times (Review)
    What Are We to Do?, by John Strachey
    1. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    The New Masses, August 16, 1938, p. 22
  3. Books in Review
    Mr. Strachey and the State (Review)
    What Are We to Do?, by John Strachey
    1. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    The New Republic, August 10, 1938, p. 24
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    United Front or Trojan Horse? (Review)
    What Are We to Do?, by John Strachey
    1. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    The Saturday Review, August 6, 1938, p. 6
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Slump and Recovery, 1929-1937 by H.V. Hodson
    2. World Finance, 1937-1938 by Paul Einzig
    3. The International Distribution of Raw Materials by Herman Kranold
    4. The Evolution of Finance Capitalism by George W. Edwards
    5. The Crumbling of Empire by Moritz J. Bonn
    6. International Trade and Finance by John Parke Young
    7. Tariff Levels and the Economic Unity of Europe by Heinz Liepmann
    8. Tomorrow's War by Stephen Possony
    9. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    10. Europe Re-Housed by Elizabeth Denby
    11. The Next British Empire by R.A. Piddington
    12. My Life as a Rebel by Angelica Balabanoff
    Foreign Affairs, January 1939, p. 437
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    The Check List (33 Reviews)
    1. Listen! The Wind by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
    2. Life Class by Ludwig Bemelmans
    3. A Southerner Discovers the South by Jonathan Daniels
    4. Patterns of Survival by John Hodgdon Bradley
    5. The March of the Iron Men by Roger Burlingame
    6. The Rediscovery of Man by Henry C. Link
    7. Hex Marks the Spot by Ann Hark
    8. On Going to College by Irwin Edman
    9. Variety by Paul Valery
    10. Ten Years Under the Earth by Norbert Casteret
    11. Photography and the American Scene by Robert Taft#2
    12. Let Them Live! by Stewart Hall Holbrook
    13. The Letters of Lincoln Steffens, 1889-1936 by Ella Winter, Granville Hicks, and Lincoln Steffens, ...
    14. In Search of Soviet Gold by John D. Littlepage and Demaree Bess
    15. Mussolini in the Making by Gaudens Megaro
    16. The National Mind: English, French, German by Michael Demiashkevich
    17. What Are We to Do? by John Strachey
    18. The Family by Willard Waller
    19. Nine Chains to the Moon by R. Buckminster Fuller
    20. Afterthoughts on the USSR by Andre Gide
    21. Caribbee Cruise by John W. Vandercook
    22. The Nation's Forests by William Atherton DuPuy
    23. British American Alliance by E.C. Buehler
    24. Land of the Burnt Thigh by Edith Eudora Kohl
    25. When the Merry-Go-Round Breaks Down! by Wilfred J. Funk
    26. Fishing Memories by Dorothy Noyes Arms
    27. It's an Art by Helen R. Woodward
    28. Sagas of the Evergreens by Frank H. Lamb
    29. Architecture of the Earth by Reginald Aldworth Daly
    30. Winning Oregon by Melvin C. Jacobs
    31. A History of Mexico by Henry Bamford Parkes
    32. Tell My Horse by Zora Neale Hurston
    33. Philosopher's Holiday by Irwin Edman
    The American Mercury, January 1939, pp. 108-112