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Bryant, Elizabeth H.; Gilpin, Robert; Pierre, Andrew J.; Diebold Jr., William; Smith, Gaddis; Crossweller, Robert D.; Valkenier, Robert W.; Campbell, John C.; Austin, Lewis C.; Whitaker, Jennifer Seymour
October 1973
Foreign Affairs;Oct73, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p197
This section presents information on books regarding international relations and U.S. politics, including The Presidency in Flux, by George E. Reedy.


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