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Date Processed:

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Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information:  Box number, Folder number and/or title, Albert H. Z. Carr papers, MSS 7, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

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Copyright is retained by the author of the items in this archive, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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Collection Summary:

Typed manuscript for Juggernaut: the Path of Dictatorship which was published by Viking Press in 1939.

Historical Background:

American writer, born January 15, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois;  died October 28, 1971 in New York, N.Y.  Free-lance writer, 1931-41; White House staff economic advisor, 1944-46; consultant to President Truman, 1948-52. Member of U.S. government missions to England, China, and Germany.  Awarded Order of Victory by the Republic of China, 1945. Wrote fourteen books, numerous magazine articles, and several film and television plays. Sometimes referred to as a “Renaissance Man”, Carr was knowledge-able in a wide variety of subjects including economics, history, diplomacy, and current events.

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Arrangement:


Box Folder Folder/Description
Juggernaut: The Path of Dictatorship.New York: Viking, 1939.
1 1 Manuscript, p. 1-100
  2 Manuscript, p. 101-200
  3 Manuscript, p. 201-300
  4 Manuscript, p. 301-400
  5 Manuscript, p. 401-500
  6 Manuscript, p. 501-533



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