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Volume 77 - Number 4 - December 1962

 

In Memoriam: William Duncan Strong

p. 0
 

Some Reflections on the Employment Act
Arthur F. Burns

pp. 481-504
 

Sociology and Utopia: The Early Writings of Simone Weil
Roy Pierce

pp. 505-525
 

The Colonial Defence Committee and Imperial Collaboration: 1885-1904
Donald C. Gordon

pp. 526-545
 

The Legal and Political Genesis of the Supreme Court
Robert J. Steamer

pp. 546-569
 

The American Political Tradition and the American Image of Chinese Communism
Tang Tsou

pp. 570-600
 

Pricing Power and the Public Interest: A Study Based on Steel, Gardiner C. Means
Reviewed by Donald Dewey

pp. 601-603
 

Men and Nations, Louis J. Halle
Reviewed by Kenneth W. Thompson

pp. 603-605
 

A Theory of Foreign Policy, George Modelski
Reviewed by Kenneth W. Waltz

pp. 605-607
 

Canals and American Economic Development, Carter Goodrich, Julius Rubin, H. Jerome Cranmer and Harvey H. Segal
Reviewed by Harry N. Scheiber

pp. 607-608
 

Citizens as Sovereigns, Paul H. Appleby
Reviewed by Vincent M. Barnett

pp. 609-610
 

Western Politics, Frank H. Jonas
Reviewed by Lawrence H. Chamberlin

pp. 610-612
 

Farewell to the Bloody Shirt: Northern Republicans & the Southern Negro, 1877-1893, Stanley P. Hirshson
Reviewed by Louis Filler

pp. 612-614
 

Changing Patterns of Military Politics, Samuel P. Huntington
Reviewed by Albert Norman

pp. 614-615
 

The Nature of International Society, C. A. W. Manning
Reviewed by Leland M. Goodrich

pp. 615-616
 

Power Relations within the Chinese Communist Movement, 1930-1934: a Study of Documents, Tso-liang Hsiao
Reviewed by Howard L. Boorman

pp. 617-618
 

Catholicism and Crisis in Modern France: French Catholic Groups at the Threshold of the Fifth Republic, William Bosworth
Reviewed by Bernard E. Brown

pp. 618-620
 

Parliament and Public Ownership, A. H. Hanson
Reviewed by Stanley Rothman

pp. 620-622
 

Party Politics, Volume III: The Stuff of Politics, Ivor Jennings
Reviewed by Steven Muller

pp. 622-624
 

A History of Russia, Jesse D. Clarkson
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 624-626
 

The First Russian Revolution: Its Impact on Asia, Ivor Spector
Reviewed by James B. Crowley

pp. 626-627
 

Principles of Government and Politics in the Middle Ages, Walter Ullmann
Reviewed by Ewart Lewis

pp. 627-630
 

Russia Under Khrushchev: An Anthology from Problems of Communism, Abraham Brumberg
Reviewed by John A. Armstrong

pp. 630-632
 

Competition as a Dynamic Process, John Maurice Clark
Reviewed by Richard E. Caves

pp. 632-634
 

The Common Defense: Strategic Programs in National Politics, Samuel P. Huntington

pp. 634-636
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