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Catalog of Files and Microfilm of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920–1945, Vol. 4

via Hoover Institution Press
Saturday, January 1, 1972

"The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace takes pride in publishing the fourth and final volume of A Catalog of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920-1945 and thus completing a cooperative publication venture with the U.S. Department of State.


From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa, 1882–-1964: Vol. 1: Protest and Hope, 1882–1934

via Hoover Institution Press
Saturday, January 1, 1972

This remarkable collection of material is as relevant today as when it was first published; graphically demonstrating the native African's struggle for peace, freedom, and equality in his native land during the 19th and 20th centuries.


Western Europe: A Survey of Holdings at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace

via Hoover Institution Press
Thursday, January 1, 1970

Both an overview and a list of outstanding holdings of the Hoover library collection on Western Europe.


Burden of Empire

by Peter J. Duignan, Lewis H. Gannvia Hoover Institution Press
Sunday, January 1, 1967

Since its publication in 1967, Burden of Empire has been widely praised and criticized for its controversial approach to the problem of colonialism in Africa. The authors have challenged the new "orthodoxy" about Africa—the belief that little but evil and exploitation has resulted from the era of European colonialism.


Hoover Digest 2015 NO. 3 Is Now Online

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The latest issue of Hoover Digest in now available online.
No Sign Of Restraint” by George P. Shultz and Henry A. Kissinger
Minimum Wage As Stealth Tax” by Thomas E. MaCurdy
A (Dry) Winter’s Tale” by Victor Davis Hanson

Hoover Digest 2014 No. 2 Cover

The current issue of the Hoover Digest is now online

Monday, April 7, 2014

On the cover: A century before there was the drone, there was the zeppelin. As a weapon of terror, the airship had no equal at the start of the First World War.

Featured articles
A Policy too Far
Houses of Cards
Bringing the NSA in from the Cold

Hoover Digest 2013 No. 3 cover image

The latest issue of the Hoover Digest is online

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

A racecar streaking past the finish line is more than an iconic image of summer. The scene depicted in this poster about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway also evokes the history of American car making.

Featured articles
How to Ignite Economic Growth (It's Not a Mystery)
On the Border, New Realities
Nuclear Arms: No Time for Complacency

<i>Hoover Digest</i> 2013 No. 1 cover image

Hoover Digest 2013 no. 1 is now online

Monday, January 28, 2013

The new issue features
The New New Deal” by Richard A. Epstein
The Best Teachers in the World” by John E. Chubb
Start Now” by George P. Shultz; Michael J. Boskin; John F. Cogan; Allan H. Meltzer; and John B. Taylor

On the cover:
Painter William Herndon Foster found poetry in an image of speed, purpose, and transition: a moonlit scene of two trains passing in the night—in this case, the westbound and eastbound versions of the Twentieth Century Limited, America’s most famous train. The luxurious trains raced between Chicago and New York during the middle of their namesake century. In this painting, they are probably crossing west of Buffalo, about halfway into their opposite journeys, the passengers snug in their Pullman bunks and the powerful steam locomotives taking full advantage of the smooth “Water Level Route,” whose straightaways and broad curves hugged the rivers and lakes of the Northeast. Travelers from New York would have stepped aboard in Grand Central Terminal from a scarlet carpet, emblazoned with the Twentieth Century’s name, that was the very origin of the phrase “red-carpet treatment”—and once aboard, they expected nothing short of the best. Click here to read the full description. -->

<i>Hoover Digest</i> 2012 No. 4 cover image

Hoover Digest 2012 no. 4 is now online

Monday, October 29, 2012

The new issue features
Obesity and Responsibility” by Scott W. Atlas
No Time for Wrong Steps” by Michael J. Boskin
Champion of Liberty” by Stephen Moore

On the cover:
“Everything is beautiful there, even regrets,” Albert Camus said of the enchanting hilltop town known as Cordes sur Ciel. The walled city, chartered in the thirteenth century as simply Cordes, was given its expanded name of “in the sky” in the late twentieth century in reference to the clouds that envelop the lower slopes in fall and spring. Visible from miles away, Cordes sur Ciel seems to sail through a sea of clouds just as it has navigated hundreds of years of colorful history. Click here to read the full description. -->

Hoover Digest 2012 No. 3 Cover

Hoover Digest 2012 no. 3 is now online

Thursday, August 16, 2012

The new issue features
A Ballot-Box Prescription” by Scott W. Atlas
A Matter of National Security” by Condoleezza Rice and Joel Klein
The Syrian Rebellion” by Fouad Ajami
On the cover: The Grand Hotel at Font-Romeu presides over a peaceful summer scene in this 1920s French railway poster, one of many in the Hoover Archives’ poster collection. Click here to read the full story.



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