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Volume 79 - Number 1 - March 1964

 

The United States International-Payments Deficit: Dilemmas and Solutions
James W. Angell

pp. 1-24
 

National Political Alignments and the Politics of Large Cities
Charles E. Gilbert

pp. 25-51
 

A Study in Nativism: The American Red Scare of 1919-20
Stanley Coben

pp. 52-75
 

Policy by Default: The Origin and Fate of the Prescott Letter
Gordon G. Henderson

pp. 76-95
 

The Political Behavior Approach: Methodological Advance or New Formalism?-- A Review Article
Demetrios Caraley

pp. 96-108
 

The Fascists in Britain, Colin Cross
Reviewed by Earl Attlee

pp. 109-111
 

The Deadlock of Democracy: Four-Party Politics in America, James MacGregor Burns
Reviewed by Peter H. Odegard

pp. 111-114
 

Manifest Destiny and Mission in American History: A Reinterpretation, Frederick Merk and Lois Bannister Merk
Reviewed by Julius W. Pratt

pp. 114-116
 

Reinterpretation of the Formation of the American Constitution, Robert Eldon Brown ; Connecticut in Transition: 1775-1818, Richard J. Purcell and S. Hugh Brockunier
Reviewed by Staughton Lynd

pp. 116-118
 

The Urbanization of America, 1860-1915, Blake McKelvey
Reviewed by Lucia White

pp. 118-120
 

The Powers of Government. Volume I: Federal and State Powers. Volume II: The Powers of the President, Bernard Schwartz
Reviewed by Carl Brent Swisher

pp. 120-122
 

Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil, Hannah Arendt
Reviewed by Frederic S. Burin

pp. 122-125
 

Trade Union Growth, Structure and Policy, H. A. Turner
Reviewed by Lloyd Ulman

pp. 126-129
 

Top Executive Pay Package, Leonard Randolph Burgess
Reviewed by Daniel M. Holland

pp. 129-133
 

Income Distribution and Social Change, Richard M. Titmuss ; Wealth and Power in America, Gabriel Kolko
Reviewed by Robert Lekachman

pp. 133-134
 

Federal Fiscal Policy in the Postwar Recessions, Wilfred Lewis
Reviewed by Harold Barger

pp. 135-136
 

The Nature of Politics, J. D. B. Miller
Reviewed by C. B. Macpherson

pp. 136-138
 

In Defense of Politics, Bernard Crick
Reviewed by Stanley Rothman

pp. 138-140
 

The Governance of Mediaeval England from the Conquest to Magna Carta, H. G. Richardson and G. O. Sayles
Reviewed by Gaines Post

pp. 140-142
 

The Passing of the Whigs, 1832-1886, Donald Southgate
Reviewed by Barry McGill

pp. 142-144
 

Bismarck and the Development of Germany: The Period of Unification, 1815-1871, Otto Pflanze
Reviewed by Leonard Krieger

pp. 144-146
 

In Search of France, Stanley Hoffman
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 146-147
 

The Boxer Uprising: A Background Study, Victor Purcell
Reviewed by L. Carrington Goodrich

pp. 148-149
 

The Politics of Scarcity: Public Pressure and Political Response in India, Myron Weiner
Reviewed by Richard L. Park

pp. 149-152
 

Into Exile, Ronald Segal ; An African Explains Apartheid, Jordan K. Ngubane ; Cold Rebellion: The South's Oligarchy in Revolt, Lewis W. Jones

pp. 152-154
 

Mexico: Revolution to Evolution, 1940-1960, Howard F. Cline
Reviewed by Martin C. Needler

pp. 154-156
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