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Gordon Rattray Taylor • 12 Items / 8 Books, 4 Articles
The Doomsday Book (1970)
Can the World Survive?
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    The Doomsday Book, by Gordon Rattray Taylor
    1. The Doomsday Book by Gordon Rattray Taylor
    National Review, January 26, 1971, p. 96
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    The Doomsday Men (6 Reviews)
    Future Shock, by Alvin Toffler
    1. Future Shock by Alvin Toffler
    2. The Doomsday Book by Gordon Rattray Taylor
    3. Reason Awake---Science for Man by Rene J. Dubos
    4. Utopia or Oblivion by R. Buckminster Fuller
    5. Beyond the Ivory Tower by Solly Zuckerman
    6. Science and Society by Hilary Rose and Steven Rose
    Encounter, January 1971, pp. 64-67
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technical and Scientific
    1. The Future of the Oceans by Wolfgang Friedmann
    2. Nuclear Diplomacy by George H. Quester
    3. No Victory Parades by Murray Polner
    4. Every War Must End by Fred Charles Ikle
    5. The Law of Diminishing War Power by John C. Ten Eyck
    6. The International Law of Civil War by Richard A. Falk
    7. Conscience and Command by James Finn
    8. The Strategy of Technology by Stefan T. Possony and J.E. Pournelle
    9. The Doomsday Book by Gordon Rattray Taylor
    10. Guerrillas in History by Lewis H. Gann
    11. Insurgency by Andrew M. Scott
    12. See Parris and Die by H. Paul Jeffers and Dick Levitan
    13. General Eisenhower on the Military Churchill by Alistair Cooke and James Nelson
    14. Dear General by Joseph Patrick Hobbs and Dwight D. Eisenhower, ...
    15. Soviet Rocketry by Michael Stoiko
    16. Aircraft and Sea Power by Arthur R. Hezlet
    17. Military Government Journal by John J. Maginnis and Robert A. Hart
    Foreign Affairs, July 1971, pp. 754-755