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Volume 76 - Number 1 - March 1961

 

Technology and Social Progress
Robert W. King

pp. 3-10
 

The Supreme Court and the Future of Judicial Review
Loren P. Beth

pp. 11-23
 

The H-Bomb Decision: How to Decide without Actually Choosing
Warner R. Schilling

pp. 24-46
 

Libya--No Longer "Arid Nurse of Lions"
Andrew Galbraith Carey

pp. 47-68
 

Research: An Instrument of Political Power
Edward F. Cooke

pp. 69-87
 

The Artificial Revolution in Germany: A Case Study
John Gimbel

pp. 88-104
 

On the Prevention of Gerrymandering
William Vickrey

pp. 105-110
 

The Twilight of European Colonialism: A Political Analysis, Stewart C. Easton
Reviewed by Gwendolen M. Carter

pp. 111-113
 

On Alien Rule and Self-Government, John Plamenatz
Reviewed by A. A. Castagno

pp. 113-115
 

Ceylon: Dilemmas of a New Nation, W. Howard Wriggins
Reviewed by Amry Vandenbosch

pp. 115-117
 

Race and Nationalism: The Struggle for Power in Rhodesia-Nyasaland, Thomas M. Franck
Reviewed by L. Gray Cowan

pp. 118-119
 

Austrian Catholics and the First Republic: Democracy, Capitalism, and the Social Order, 1918-1924, Alfred Diamant
Reviewed by Kurt L. Shell

pp. 120-121
 

German Electoral Politics: A Study of the 1957 Campaign, U. W. Kitzinger
Reviewed by Richard Hiscocks

pp. 121-123
 

France, Troubled Ally: De Gaulle's Heritage and Prospects, Edgar S. Furniss
Reviewed by Gordon Wright

pp. 123-124
 

Contemporary Theory in International Relations, Stanley H. Hoffmann
Reviewed by Glenn H. Snyder

pp. 125-126
 

Nationalism, Elie Kedourie
Reviewed by Boyd C. Shafer

pp. 126-128
 

Governing New York City: Politics in the Metropolis, Wallace S. Sayre and Herbert Kaufman
Reviewed by William Anderson

pp. 128-130
 

The Enlargement of the Presidency, Rexford Guy Tugwell
Reviewed by Robert S. Hirschfield

pp. 130-132
 

Modern Britain, 1885-1955, Henry Pelling
Reviewed by Charles F. Mullett

pp. 132-133
 

The British General Election of 1959, D. E. Butler and Richard Rose
Reviewed by Steven Muller

pp. 133-135
 

A Study in Austrian Intellectual History: From Late Baroque to Romanticism, Robert A. Kann
Reviewed by Leonard Krieger

pp. 136-137
 

Legacy of Suppression: Freedom of Speech and Press in Early American History, Leonard W. Levy ; The First and the Fifth: With Some Excursions into Others, O. John Rogge ; The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties, Osmond K. Fraenkel
Reviewed by Peter Bachrach

pp. 137-140
 

Law in a Changing Society, W. Friedmann
Reviewed by John Willis

pp. 140-142
 

China: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture, Chang-Tu Hu
Reviewed by G. William Skinner

pp. 142-144
 

The Russian Push Toward Japan: Russo-Japanese Relations, 1697-1875, George Alexander Lensen
Reviewed by Nicholas V. Riasanovsky

pp. 144-146
 

Max Weber: An Intellectual Portrait, Reinhard Bendix
Reviewed by Hans L. Zetterberg

pp. 146-148
 

The Profession of Government: The Public Service in Europe, Brian Chapman
Reviewed by Dwight Waldo

pp. 148-150
 

The Revolt of the Mind: A Case History of Intellectual Resistance Behind the Iron Curtain, Tamas Aczél and Tibor Méray
Reviewed by Stephen Borsody

pp. 153-154
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