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Sandra Vogelgesang • 3 Items / 1 Article, 2 Books
The Long Dark Night of the Soul (1974)
The American Intellectual Left and the Vietnam War.
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    United States (2 Reviews)
    The Wound Within, by Alexander Kendrick
    1. The Wound Within by Alexander Kendrick
    2. The Long Dark Night of the Soul by Sandy Vogelgesang
    The American Historical Review, April 1976, p. 470
  2. Books
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    Ideas and Power (2 Reviews)
    The American Intellectual Elite, by Charles Kadushin
    1. The American Intellectual Elite by Charles Kadushin
    2. The Long Dark Night of the Soul by Sandy Vogelgesang
    Dissent, Spring 1975, pp. 199-201
  3. Books
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    A Clerisy of Intellectuals (2 Reviews)
    The American Intellectual Elite, by Charles Kadushin
    1. The American Intellectual Elite by Charles Kadushin
    2. The Long Dark Night of the Soul by Sandy Vogelgesang
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1975, pp. 80-81
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    Chapters in an Unfinished War (6 Reviews)
    Law, Morality, and Vietnam, by John F. Bannan and Rosemary S. Bannan
    1. Law, Morality, and Vietnam by John F. Bannan and Rosemary S. Bannan
    2. Bringing the War Home by John Helmer
    3. The Wound Within by Alexander Kendrick
    4. True Americanism: Green Berets and War Resisters by David Mark Mantell
    5. Out of the Vietnam Vortex by James F. Mersmann
    6. The Long Dark Night of the Soul by Sandy Vogelgesang
    Commonweal, January 17, 1975, pp. 331-332
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The President Is Calling by Milton S. Eisenhower
    2. Innocents at Home: America in the 1970s by Tad Szulc
    3. The Long Dark Night of the Soul by Sandy Vogelgesang
    4. The United States Against the Third World by Melvin Gurtov
    5. Contemporary American Foreign Policy by Lawrence L. Whetten
    6. Charles A. Lindbergh and the Battle Against American Intervention in World War II by Wayne S. Cole
    7. Foreign Policy and the Bureaucratic Process by William I. Bacchus
    8. The Institute of Pacific Relations by John N. Thomas
    9. The China Lobby in American Politics by Ross Y. Koen and Richard C. Kagan
    10. The Power of the Modern Presidency by Erwin C. Hargrove
    11. War and Presidential Power by Thomas F. Eagleton
    12. Has the President Too Much Power? by Charles Wesley Roberts
    Foreign Affairs, January 1975, pp. 384-385