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Volume 69 - Number 3 - September 1954

 

A Meaning for Turner's Frontier: Part I: Democracy in the Old Northwest
Stanley Elkins, Eric McKitrick

pp. 321-353
 

The Integration of Western Europe
J. F. Kövér

pp. 354-373
 

The Enlightenment in the History of Political Theory
Peter Gay

pp. 374-389
 

The Reduction of Communist Power in the Australian Trade Unions: A Case Study
Herbert E. Weiner

pp. 390-412
 

Reorganizing the Council of Economic Advisers
Ronald C. Hood

pp. 413-437
 

Formal Recognition of the Leader of the Opposition in Parliaments of the British Commonwealth
Dean E. McHenry

pp. 438-452
 

Ideals and Self-Interest in America's Foreign Relations: The Great Transformation of the Twentieth Century, Robert Endicott Osgood
Reviewed by Basil Rauch

pp. 453-454
 

De Roosevelt a Eisenhower: La Politique Etrangere Americaine, 1945-1952, Jacques Freymond
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 455-456
 

Civil Liberties and the Vinson Court, C. Herman Pritchett
Reviewed by Leonard W. Levy

pp. 456-459
 

Elihu Root and the Conservative Tradition, Oscar Handlin and Richard W. Leopold
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 459-461
 

Thorstein Veblen: A Critical Interpretation, David Riesman
Reviewed by Walter G. Metzger

pp. 461-463
 

A History of the Southern Confederacy, Clement Eaton
Reviewed by Francis B. Simkins

pp. 463-464
 

The Future of Underdeveloped Countries: Political Implications of Economic Development, Eugene Staley
Reviewed by Samuel P. Hayes

pp. 464-466
 

How Nations See Each Other: A Study in Public Opinion, William Buchanan and Hadley Cantril
Reviewed by R. M. Darrow

pp. 467-468
 

Ambassador's Report, Chester Bowles
Reviewed by Jerome B. Cohen

pp. 468-470
 

Poland: White Eagle on a Red Field, Samuel L. Sharp
Reviewed by J. B. Hoptner

pp. 471-473
 

'Iraq, 1900 to 1950: A Political, Social, and Economic History, Stephen H. Longrigg
Reviewed by Majid Khadduri

pp. 473-474
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