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Volume 77 - Number 2 - June 1962

 

Contracting for Defense: Private Firms and the Public Interest
J. Stefan Dupré, W. Eric Gustafson

pp. 161-177
 

Castro and Social Change
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 178-204
 

American Intervention in Siberia: A Reinterpretation
Christopher Lasch

pp. 205-223
 

The City Manager, Administrative Theory and Political Power
Duane Lockard

pp. 224-236
 

Communism, A Self-Limiting Political Order
Robert W. King

pp. 237-247
 

An Approach to Indian Federalism
S. C. Gangal

pp. 248-253
 

An Age of Revolution
Sidney A. Burrell

pp. 254-261
 

Mao Tse-Tung on Guerrilla Warfare, Samuel B. Griffith ; Che Guevara on Guerrilla Warfare, Harries-Clichy Peterson ; Guerrilla Warfare, Che Guevara ; Guerrillas in the 1960's, Peter Paret and John W. Shy ; Communist Revolutionary Warfare: The Vietminh in Indo-china, George K. Tanham
Reviewed by George A. Kelly

pp. 262-265
 

The Politics of Cultural Despair: A Study in the Rise of the Germanic Ideology, Fritz Stern
Reviewed by H. Stuart Hughes

pp. 265-267
 

Political Justice: The Use of Legal Procedure for Political Ends, Otto Kirchheimer
Reviewed by Thomas I. Emerson

pp. 267-269
 

Who Governs? Democracy and Power in an American City, Robert A. Dahl
Reviewed by Hugh Douglas Price

pp. 269-271
 

The Antifederalists: Critics of the Constitution, 1781-88, Jackson Turner Main
Reviewed by John P. Roche

pp. 271-273
 

Antislavery: The Crusade for Freedom in America, Dwight Lowell Dumond ; A Bibliography of Antislavery in America, Dwight Lowell Dumond
Reviewed by David Donald

pp. 273-276
 

The La Guardia Years: Machine and Reform Politics in New York City, Charles Garrett
Reviewed by Ransom E. Noble

pp. 277-278
 

The Making of the Good Neighbor Policy, Bryce Wood
Reviewed by Theodore P. Wright

pp. 278-279
 

Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1960, Richard P. Stebbins ; The United States in World Affairs, 1960, Richard P. Stebbins ; American Diplomacy in a New Era, Stephen D. Kertesz
Reviewed by Cecil V. Crabb

pp. 280-282
 

America in Britain's Place: The Leadership of the West and Anglo-American Unity, Lionel Gelber
Reviewed by Henry R. Winkler

pp. 282-284
 

The United Nations: Constitutional Developments, Growth and Possibilities, Benjamin V. Cohen
Reviewed by Leland M. Goodrich

pp. 284-287
 

The Making of the President, 1960, Theodore H. White
Reviewed by Allan P. Sindler

pp. 287-289
 

Rebel in Paradise: A Biography of Emma Goldman, Richard Drinnon
Reviewed by Harry W. Laidler

pp. 289-290
 

Pressure Group: The Campaign for Commercial Television in England, H. H. Wilson
Reviewed by Steven Muller

pp. 290-292
 

The Unexpected Revolution: Social Forces in the Hungarian Uprising, Paul Kecskemeti
Reviewed by Henry L. Roberts

pp. 292-293
 

Strategy and Arms Control, Thomas C. Schelling and Morton H. Halperin
Reviewed by Demetrios Caraley

pp. 293-295
 

Appeasement: A Study in Political Decline 1933-1939, A. L. Rowse
Reviewed by George Woodbridge

pp. 295-296
 

Unconditional Surrender: The Impact of the Casablanca Policy Upon World War II, Anne Armstrong
Reviewed by Lewis J. Edinger

pp. 296-299
 

Principles of Economics, Alfred Marshall
Reviewed by Robert Lekachman

pp. 299-300
 

The Steel Industry 1939-1959: A Study in Competition and Planning, Duncan Burn
Reviewed by Donald Dewey

pp. 301-302
 

The Kenyatta Election: Kenya 1960-1961, George Bennett and Carl G. Rosberg
Reviewed by L. Gray Cowan

pp. 303-304
 

The Political Kingdom in Uganda: A Study in Bureaucratic Nationalism, David E. Apter ; Tanganyika and International Trusteeship, B. T. G. Chidzero
Reviewed by Roland Young

pp. 304-307
 

Lord and Peasant in Russia from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Century, Jerome Blum
Reviewed by Marc Raeff

pp. 307-310
 

The Fifteenth Century 1399-1485 (The Oxford History of England, Volume VI), Ernest F. Jacob
Reviewed by Norman F. Cantor

pp. 310-311
 

Colonial Justice: The Unique Achievement of the Privy Council's Committee of Judges, Barnett Hollander
Reviewed by Joseph H. Smith

pp. 312-313
 

Bertrand Barere: A Reluctant Terrorist, Leo Gershoy
Reviewed by Louise Dalby

pp. 313-315
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