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Volume 70 - Number 2 - June 1955

 

The Development of Political-Military Consultation in the United States
Ernest R. May

pp. 161-180
 

Communism vs. Peasantry in the Soviet Union
Samuel Kucherov

pp. 181-196
 

Herbert Croly and the Promise of American Life
Byron Dexter

pp. 197-218
 

Uncle Sam's Foreign Labor Guests
John C. Fuess

pp. 219-229
 

"Competitive Coexistence" and the Communist Challenge in Italy
Vincent M. Barnett

pp. 230-257
 

Unconditional Surrender Reconsidered
John L. Chase

pp. 258-279
 

Franz L. Neumann

pp. 319-320
 

Civilization and Foreign Policy: An Inquiry for Americans, Louis J. Halle ; Common Sense and World Affairs, Dorothy Fosdick
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 280-282
 

Essays in the Public Philosophy, Walter Lippmann
Reviewed by Dexter Perkins

pp. 282-283
 

American Thought: A Critical Sketch, Morris R. Cohen and Felix S. Cohen
Reviewed by Joseph L. Blau

pp. 284-285
 

The Rise of French Liberal Thought: A Study of Political Ideas from Bayle to Condorcet, J. P. Mayer and Kingsley Martin
Reviewed by J. Salwyn Schapiro

pp. 285-286
 

Henry George, Charles Albro Barker
Reviewed by Broadus Mitchell

pp. 286-288
 

The Theory of the Mixed Constitution in Antiquity: A Critical Analysis of Polybius' Political Ideas, Kurt von Fritz
Reviewed by Corinne Comstock Weston

pp. 288-289
 

The Process and Effects of Mass Communication, Wilbur Schramm
Reviewed by William F. Swindler

pp. 290-291
 

Taxation in the United States, Randolph E. Paul
Reviewed by William Vickrey

pp. 291-292
 

The Arbitration of Wages, Irving Bernstein
Reviewed by Joseph P. Goldberg

pp. 292-294
 

Politics in Post-War France: Parties and the Constitution in the Fourth Republic, Philip Williams ; The Death of the Fourth Republic, Ronald Matthews
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 294-296
 

Gladstone: A Biography, Philip Magnus
Reviewed by David Owen

pp. 297-298
 

The Origin of Russia, Henryk Paszkiewicz
Reviewed by Michael Cherniavsky

pp. 298-300
 

The Negro in American Life and Thought: The Nadir, 1877-1901, Rayford W. Logan
Reviewed by David Donald

pp. 300-302
 

Black Moses: The Story of Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association, Edmund David Cronon
Reviewed by Rhoda G. Freeman

pp. 302-303
 

The American Rebellion: Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative of His Campaigns, 1775-1782. With an Appendix of Original Documents, William B. Willcox
Reviewed by John F. Roche

pp. 303-305
 

Federalist Delaware, 1775-1815, John A. Munroe
Reviewed by Morton Borden

pp. 305-306
 

The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill, Hermann Hagedorn
Reviewed by Charles C. Cole

pp. 306-308
 

The American People in the Twentieth Century, Oscar Handlin
Reviewed by William E. Leuchtenburg

pp. 308-310
 

Presidential Nominating Politics in 1952, Paul T. David, Malcolm Moos and Ralph M. Goldman
Reviewed by David B. Truman

pp. 310-311
 

Politics in America, D. W. Brogan
Reviewed by Lucius Wilmerding

pp. 312-313
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