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William B. Willcox Archives
William B. Willcox • 32 Items / 3 Articles, 23 Reviews, 6 Books
American Rebellion (1954)
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Published Reviews
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    United States History: General (Review)
    American Rebellion, by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    1. American Rebellion by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    The American Historical Review, July 1955, p. 982
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    Reviews (Review)
    American Rebellion, by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    1. American Rebellion by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1955, pp. 303-304
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    Violent Birth (Review)
    American Rebellion, by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    1. American Rebellion by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    The Saturday Review, December 18, 1954, p. 14
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    Briefly Noted (17 Reviews)
    General
    1. My Several Worlds by Pearl S. Buck
    2. The Taste-Makers by Russell Lynes
    3. My Life with Groucho by Arthur Marx
    4. Charlemagne: From the Hammer to the Cross by Richard Winston
    5. Sunk by Mochitsura Hashimoto
    6. American Rebellion by William B. Willcox and Henry Clinton
    7. An Almanac of Liberty by William O. Douglas
    8. The Animal Kingdom by Frederick Drimmer
    9. The Bafut Beagles by Gerald M. Durrell
    10. Thirty Years by John P. Marquand
    11. The Age of Conformity by Alan Valentine
    12. A Dangerous Freedom by Bradford Smith
    13. Fear, the Accuser by Daniel S. Gillmor
    14. The Evolution of Love by Donald Day
    15. The Last of the Bohemians by Andre Beucler
    16. William Schuman by Flora Rheta Schreiber and Vincent Persichetti, ...
    17. Early Medieval Music Up to 1300 by Dom Anselm Hughes
    The New Yorker, November 6, 1954, pp. 186-194