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The Soviets (1937)
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (Review)
    The Soviets, by Albert Rhys Williams
    1. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    American Political Science Review, October 1938, p. 1007
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    Whitewash (Review)
    The Soviets, by Albert Rhys Williams
    1. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    Commonweal, May 28, 1937, p. 136
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    Here Are the Answers (Review)
    The Soviets, by Albert Rhys Williams
    1. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    The New Masses, June 15, 1937, pp. 24-25
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    Russia: State and People (Review)
    The Soviets, by Albert Rhys Williams
    1. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    The New Republic, June 2, 1937, p. 110
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    Soviet Summary (Review)
    The Soviets, by Albert Rhys Williams
    1. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    The Saturday Review, May 22, 1937, p. 11
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Assignment in Utopia by Eugene Lyons
    2. Moscow, 1937 by Lion Feuchtwanger
    3. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    4. The Case of Leon Trotsky by John Dewey
    5. Soviet Justice and the Trial of Radek and Others by Dudley Collard
    6. A History of Russia by Bernard Pares
    7. History of Anarchism in Russia by E. Yaroslavsky
    8. Soviet Democracy by Pat Sloan
    9. Forty Thousand Against the Arctic by Harry Peter Smolka
    10. Plot and Counter-Plot in Central Europe by Marcel W. Fodor
    11. Facts About Democracy in Czechoslovakia by Brackett Lewis
    Foreign Affairs, January 1938, pp. 364-365
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    The Check List (55 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Plato by Lane Cooper and Plato
    2. Walden and Other Writings by Henry David Thoreau and Brooks Atkinson
    3. Complete Tales and Poems by Edgar Allan Poe
    4. Bartlett's Familiar Quotations by Christopher Morley, Louella D. Everett, and John Bartlett, ...
    5. The Goncourt Journals, 1851-1870 by Lewis Galantiere, Edmond de Goncourt, and Jules de Goncourt, ...
    6. This Is Our World by Paul B. Sears
    7. Social Thought from Lore to Science by Harry Elmer Barnes and Howard Paul Becker
    8. Introductory Lecture by A.E. Housman
    9. Truth in History and Other Essays by William A. Dunning
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    11. To the Queen's Taste by Helen Train Hilles
    12. The Morning After the First Night by George Jean Nathan
    13. Let Me Show You Vermont by Charles Edward Crane
    14. The Negro's Struggle for Survival by Samuel J. Holmes
    15. The Great Adventure by Edwin C. Parsons
    16. England Under Trust by James Dixon-Scott
    17. Plot and Counter-Plot in Central Europe by Marcel W. Fodor
    18. America's Yesterday by F. Martin Brown
    19. A History of Historical Writing by Harry Elmer Barnes
    20. Forty Years of American Japanese Relations by Foster Rhea Dulles
    21. Animal Treasure by Ivan T. Sanderson
    22. Brittany Patrol by H. Wickliffe Rose
    23. The Powers of the President by Wilfred E. Binkley
    24. The Realm of Truth by George Santayana
    25. Ascaris: The Biologist's Story of Life by Richard B. Goldschmidt
    26. Carbine and Lance by W.S. Nye
    27. Counter-Attack in Spain by Ramon J. Sender
    28. The Apache Indians by Frank C. Lockwood
    29. Giant Fishes, Whales, and Dolphins by John Roxbrough Norman and F.C. Fraser
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    32. Holy Old Mackinaw by Stewart H. Holbrook
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    34. The Fate of the Grosvenor by Jonathan Lee
    35. Japan in American Public Opinion by Eleanor Tupper and George E. McReynolds
    36. Prison Life Is Different by James A. Johnston
    37. Modern Building: Its Nature, Problems, and Forms by Walter Curt Behrendt
    38. My Discovery of the West by Stephen Leacock
    39. Farewell Spain by Kate O'Brien
    40. An Encyclopaedia of Pacifism by Aldous Huxley
    41. The English Novelists by Derek Verschoyle
    42. America on Relief by Marie Dresden Lane and Francis Steegmuller
    43. Report of the Hospital Survey of New York
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    45. The Idaho Encyclopedia by Vardis Fisher
    46. Early Man by George Grant MacCurdy
    47. Historic Churches and Homes of Maine
    48. You Have Seen Their Faces by Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White
    49. A Guide to Columbia University by John William Robson
    50. The Conquest of Culture by M.D.C. Crawford
    51. The Arts Workshop of Rural America by Marjorie Patten
    52. The Folklore of Capitalism by Thurman W. Arnold
    53. The Spirit and Structure of German Fascism by Robert A. Brady
    54. The Soviets by Albert Rhys Williams
    55. What Every Young Man Should Know About War by Harold Roland Shapiro
    The American Mercury, May 1938, pp. 122-141