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Volume 63 - Number 4 - December 1948

 

Variations on Democratic Themes
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 481-500
 

The Anvil of American Foreign Policy
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 501-527
 

The United States of Europe
Ernst B. Haas

pp. 528-550
 

Greece and the United Nations
C. E. Black

pp. 551-568
 

The Fiasco of Denazification in Germany
John H. Herz

pp. 569-594
 

Wesley Clair Mitchell

pp. 639-640
 

The Price of Power, Hanson W. Baldwin
Reviewed by Kent Roberts Greenfield

pp. 595-597
 

Power and Personality, Harold Dwight Lasswell
Reviewed by Lyman Bryson

pp. 597-599
 

The American Democracy: A Commentary and an Interpretation, Harold J. Laski
Reviewed by Eduard C. Lindeman

pp. 599-601
 

Democracy--The Threshold of Freedom, Harold F. Gosnell
Reviewed by Charles S. Hyneman

pp. 601-603
 

The Pattern of Imperialism: A Study in the Theories of Power, E. M. Winslow
Reviewed by M. M. Knight

pp. 603-605
 

Inevitable Peace, Carl Joachim Friedrich
Reviewed by Herbert Maza

pp. 605-607
 

Berlin Reparations Assignment: Round One of the German Peace Settlement, B. U. Ratchford and William D. Ross
Reviewed by Philip E. Mosely

pp. 607-609
 

German Realities, Gustav Stolper
Reviewed by Sherman Kent

pp. 609-610
 

Father Land: A Study of Authoritarianism in the German Family, Bertram Schaffner
Reviewed by Jane Belo

pp. 610-612
 

The Mediterranean, André Siegfried and Doris Hemming ; The Mediterranean: Its Role in America's Foreign Policy, William Reitzel
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 612-614
 

Balkan Politics: International Relations in No Man's Land, Joseph S. Roucek
Reviewed by Michael B. Petrovich

pp. 615-616
 

Introduction to Iran, Elgin Groseclose ; Iran: An Economic Study, Raj Narain Gupta ; Land and Poverty in the Middle East, Doreen Warriner
Reviewed by Ali Aghassi

pp. 617-619
 

The United States and China, John King Fairbank
Reviewed by C. Martin Wilbur

pp. 619-620
 

The Australian Economy in War and Reconstruction, E. Ronald Walker

pp. 621-622
 

Foundations of Tudor Policy, W. Gordon Zeeveld
Reviewed by Conyers Read

pp. 622-625
 

Conservatism in Early American History, Leonard Woods Labaree
Reviewed by Curtis P. Nettels

pp. 625-627
 

The Age of the Great Depression, 1929-1941, Dixon Wecter
Reviewed by Allen R. Foley

pp. 627-629
 

Farming and Democracy, A. Whitney Griswold
Reviewed by J. I. Falconer

pp. 629-630
 

City Region and Regionalism: A Geographical Contribution to Human Ecology, Robert E. Dickinson
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 630-631
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