Chronicles Magazine REVIEWS

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    Guns, Butter, and Guilt

    It is 40 years now since the Allies claimed victory over Germany and survivors on both sides made the first groping attempts to uncover the meaning of Nazism. Yet despite the availability of almost inexhaustible sources and the persistence of...

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    The Bear and His Claws

    No matter where the finger roams on the map, the question inevitably arises: What are the Russians trying to do here? Richard F. Staar, a Senior Fellow at The Hoover Institution and an authority on Soviet communism, seeks to assess the global...

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    Naming the Bard

    It's not the same as saying that God is dead, or the world is flat, or the check is in the mail. Yet one would think that Charlton Ogburn had committed that kind of atrocity . . .

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    Proust Among the Buckeyes

    Originally published in 1963 by the Ohio State University Press, Ohio Town quickly drew a near-cult following that Harper & Row would now evidently like to amplify in the wake of Santmyer's best selling " . . . And Ladies of the Club." This...

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