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Volume 70 - Number 4 - December 1955

 

Considerations on the British Constitution
George Catlin

pp. 481-497
 

L'Affaire Rosenberg in France
Robert B. Glynn

pp. 498-521
 

Technological Change, Ideology and Productivity
Yale Brozen

pp. 522-542
 

Bentham Looks at America
Chilton Williamson

pp. 543-551
 

The Wavering "Line" of Indian Communism
Morton Schwartz

pp. 552-572
 

Toward a Modern American Theory of Church-State Relationships
Loren P. Beth

pp. 573-597
 

Academic Freedom: An Essay in Definition, Russell Kirk
Reviewed by Walter P. Metzger

pp. 598-600
 

The Crime of Galileo, Giorgio de Santillana
Reviewed by Garrett Mattingly

pp. 600-601
 

The Liberal Tradition in America: An Interpretation of American Political Thought since the Revolution, Louis Hartz
Reviewed by Eric F. Goldman

pp. 601-602
 

The Political Ideas of Harold J. Laski, Herbert A. Deane
Reviewed by Carroll Hawkins

pp. 603-604
 

The Tree of Culture, Ralph Linton
Reviewed by William Duncan Strong

pp. 604-606
 

Great Cities of the World: Their Government, Politics and Planning, W. A. Robson
Reviewed by W. J. M. Mackenzie

pp. 606-607
 

The TVA: An Approach to the Development of a Region, Gordon R. Clapp
Reviewed by William E. Leuchtenburg

pp. 608-609
 

A Chronicle of Jeopardy, 1945-55, Rexford G. Tugwell
Reviewed by Julius W. Pratt

pp. 609-611
 

The Structure and Government of Labor Unions, Philip Taft
Reviewed by Joseph P. Goldberg

pp. 611-613
 

Tempestuous Journey: Lloyd George, His Life and Times, Frank Owen
Reviewed by Samuel J. Hurwitz

pp. 615-617
 

Welsh and Scottish Nationalism: A Study, Jack Simmons and Reginald Coupland
Reviewed by Sidney A. Burrell

pp. 617-618
 

The Study of International Relations, Quincy Wright
Reviewed by Martin B. Travis

pp. 618-620
 

Soviet Law and Soviet Society, George C. Guins
Reviewed by Max Rheinstein

pp. 622-625
 

Admiral Ambassador to Russia, William H. Standley and Arthur A. Ageton
Reviewed by A. O. Sarkissian

pp. 625-626
 

Communism and the Russian Peasant, Herbert S. Dinerstein ; Moscow in Crisis, Herbert S. Dinerstein and Leon Gouré ; Two Studies in Soviet Controls, Philip E. Mosely
Reviewed by John A. Armstrong

pp. 626-628
 

The Third Reich, Edmond Vermeil and Maurice Baumont
Reviewed by Paul Seabury

pp. 628-630
 

The Economic Development of Japan: Growth and Structural Change, 1868-1938, William W. Lockwood
Reviewed by Edwin P. Reubens

pp. 630-632
 

Fundamental Law in English Constitutional History, J. W. Gough
Reviewed by J. B. Stewart

pp. 632-633
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