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Volume 65 - Number 2 - June 1950

 

Approaches to the Study of Political Power
Franz L. Neumann

pp. 161-180
 

Contract Versus Status
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 181-192
 

Some Reflections on the Rising of Subject Peoples
René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 193-213
 

The Soviet Union, the Comintern and World Revolution: 1935
Kermit E. McKenzie

pp. 214-237
 

The Course of Peonage in a Slave State
Richard B. Morris

pp. 238-263
 

The Kashmir Issue and the United Nations
Taraknath Das

pp. 264-282
 

A Hook in Leviathan: A Critical Interpretation of the Hoover Commission Report, Bradley D. Nash and Cornelius Lynde
Reviewed by Charles B. Coates

pp. 284-290
 

Primer of Intellectual Freedom, Howard Mumford Jones
Reviewed by Lyman Bryson

pp. 291-292
 

The Education of Free Men: An Essay Toward a Philosophy of Education for Americans, Horace M. Kallen
Reviewed by Harry D. Gideonse

pp. 292-294
 

Authority and the Individual, Bertrand Russell
Reviewed by Herbert A. Deane

pp. 295-296
 

Conservatism Revisited: The Revolt Against Revolt, 1815-1949, Peter Viereck
Reviewed by Herman Ausubel

pp. 296-297
 

An Essay for Our Times, H. Stuart Hughes
Reviewed by Eric C. Kollman

pp. 298-300
 

The Power of Freedom, Max Ascoli
Reviewed by James E. Russell

pp. 300-302
 

History of the National Economy of Russia to the 1917 Revolution, Peter I. Lyashchenko and L. M. Herman
Reviewed by Naum Jasny

pp. 302-305
 

The Rome-Berlin Axis: A Study of the Relations between Hitler and Mussolini, Elizabeth Wiskemann
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 305-307
 

The Struggle for Democracy in Germany, Gabriel A. Almond
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 308-309
 

The English Utilitarians, John Plamenatz
Reviewed by Joseph Dorfman

pp. 309-311
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