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Volume 72 - Number 1 - March 1957

 

Political Theory: What Is It?
George Catlin

pp. 1-29
 

The Demands of Politics and Job-Centered Unions
James W. Kuhn

pp. 30-49
 

The Basic Democrat: A Version of Tocqueville
Marvin Meyers

pp. 50-70
 

British Interest-Group Tactics: A Case Study
John H. Millett

pp. 71-82
 

Malayan Rubber Policy
P. T. Bauer

pp. 83-99
 

Wesley Mitchell's Theory of Planning
Forest G. Hill

pp. 100-118
 

Arms and Men: A Study in American Military History, Walter Millis
Reviewed by Henry F. Graff

pp. 119-120
 

The Course of American Democratic Thought, Ralph Henry Gabriel
Reviewed by Harvey Wish

pp. 120-122
 

Harlan Fiske Stone: Pillar of the Law, Alpheus Thomas Mason
Reviewed by Mark DeWolfe Howe

pp. 122-125
 

Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Triumph, Frank Freidel
Reviewed by William E. Leuchtenburg

pp. 125-127
 

The New Isolationism: A Study in Politics and Foreign Policy Since 1950, Norman A. Graebner
Reviewed by Foster Rhea Dulles

pp. 127-129
 

The Second International, 1889-1914. Parts I and II, G. D. H. Cole
Reviewed by Herbert A. Deane

pp. 129-131
 

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: A Biography, George Woodcock
Reviewed by P. M. Williams

pp. 131-133
 

From Vienna to Versailles, L. C. B. Seaman
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 133-134
 

Communism and Nationalism in the Middle East, Walter Z. Laqueur
Reviewed by Charles Issawi

pp. 136-138
 

The Story of the Integration of the Indian States, V. P. Menon
Reviewed by I. H. Qureshi

pp. 138-140
 

Trade Union Government and Administration in Great Britain, B. C. Roberts
Reviewed by Frieda Wunderlich

pp. 140-142
 

An International Economy: Problems and Prospects, Gunnar Myrdal
Reviewed by Edwin P. Reubens

pp. 142-144
 

Sterling-Dollar Diplomacy: Anglo-American Collaboration in the Reconstruction of Multilateral Trade, Richard N. Gardner
Reviewed by M. A. Kriz

pp. 145-147
 

Capital Formation and Economic Growth, Moses Abramovitz
Reviewed by Leon Quinto

pp. 147-149
 

Land Tenure: Proceedings of the International Conference on Land Tenure and Related Problems in World Agriculture Held at Madison, Wisconsin, 1951, Kenneth H. Parsons, Raymond J. Penn and Philip M. Raup
Reviewed by Murray R. Benedict

pp. 149-150
 

The State of the Social Sciences, Leonard D. White
Reviewed by Bernard E. Brown

pp. 151-152
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