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Volume 88 - Number 3 - September 1973

 

A New Look at the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
Michael Les Benedict

pp. 349-367
 

Moral Values and International Politics
Kenneth W. Thompson

pp. 368-374
 

Arthur H. Vandenberg, Internationalism, and the United Nations
James A. Gazell

pp. 375-394
 

The Functions of Communist One-Party Elections: The Case of Czechoslovakia, 1971
Frank Dinka, Max J. Skidmore

pp. 395-422
 

Governor Alfred E. Smith and the Red Scare, 1919-20
David R. Colburn

pp. 423-444
 

Term Paper "Mills," Academic Plagiarism, and State Regulation
Leonard Price Stavisky

pp. 445-461
 

What Makes A Classic in Political Theory?
Michael Levin

pp. 462-476
 

Class and Politics in the United States, Richard F. Hamilton
Reviewed by Samuel R. Friedman

pp. 477-478
 

The Winning of the Midwest: Social and Political Conflict, 1888-96, Richard J. Jensen ; Critical Elections and the Mainsprings of American Politics, Walter Dean Burnham
Reviewed by H. Douglas Price

pp. 479-481
 

Systematic Thinking for Social Action, Alice M. Rivlin
Reviewed by Joseph J. Spengler

pp. 481-482
 

Harry S. Truman, Margaret Truman
Reviewed by Robert Griffith

pp. 482-484
 

The Engineering of Restraint: The Nixon Administration and the Press (A Report of the American Civil Liberties Union), Fred Powledge
Reviewed by Harold C. Relyea

pp. 484-486
 

A House for All Peoples: Ethnic Politics in Chicago, 1890-1936, John M. Allswang
Reviewed by Robert D. Cross

pp. 486-488
 

Ethnocentrism: Theories of Conflict, Ethnic Attitudes and Group Behavior, Robert A. LeVine and Donald T. Campbell
Reviewed by Thomas F. Pettigrew

pp. 488-489
 

Black Religion and Black Radicalism: An Examination of the Black Experience in Religion, Gayraud S. Wilmore
Reviewed by Joseph R. Washington

pp. 489-490
 

Sentencing in a Rational Society, Nigel Walker
Reviewed by Paul Jeffrey Brantingham

pp. 490-492
 

No Clear and Present Danger: A Skeptical View of the United States Entry into World War II, Bruce M. Russett
Reviewed by Robert H. Ferrell

pp. 492-493
 

America's Outward Thrust: Approaches to Foreign Affairs, 1865-1900, Milton Plesur ; The Limits of Power: The World and United States Foreign Policy, 1945- 1954, Gabriel Kolko and Joyce Kolko
Reviewed by Manfred Jonas

pp. 493-496
 

The United States and the Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1947, John Lewis Gaddis ; The Road to Yalta: Soviet Foreign Relations, 1941-1945, Louis Fischer
Reviewed by Arthur L. Smith

pp. 496-497
 

The Uneasy Alliance: America, Britain, and Russia, 1941-1943, Robert Beitzell
Reviewed by Lisle A. Rose

pp. 497-498
 

After Yalta, Lisle A. Rose
Reviewed by Robert Beitzell

pp. 499-500
 

Dragon by the Tail: American, British, Japanese, and Russian Encounters with China and One Another, John Paton Davies
Reviewed by O. Edmund Clubb

pp. 500-501
 

Pacific Estrangement. Japanese and American Expansion, 1897-1911, Akira Iriye
Reviewed by Walter LaFeber

pp. 501-503
 

Project Paperclip: German Scientists and the Cold War, Clarence G. Lasby ; The German Rearmament Question: American Diplomacy and European Defense after World War II, Robert McGeehan
Reviewed by John Gimbel

pp. 503-504
 

From Resistance to Revolution: Colonial Radicals and the Development of American Opposition to Britain, 1765-1776, Pauline Maier
Reviewed by Jack P. Greene

pp. 505-507
 

The Politics of Depression: Political Behavior in the Northeast, 1893-1896, Samuel T. McSeveney
Reviewed by Seymour J. Mandelbaum

pp. 507-508
 

Albert J. Beveridge: American Nationalist, John Braeman
Reviewed by Otis A. Pease

pp. 508-510
 

Privilege and Creative Destruction: The Charles River Bridge Case, Stanley I. Kutler
Reviewed by Jonathan Lurie

pp. 510-511
 

The Iroquois in the American Revolution, Barbara Graymont
Reviewed by Robert F. Berkhofer

pp. 511-512
 

Pointing the Way, 1959-1961, Harold Macmillan
Reviewed by Richard W. Lyman

pp. 513-514
 

Nuclear Politics: The British Experience with an Independent Strategic Force, 1939-1970, Andrew J. Pierre
Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein

pp. 514-516
 

Competition and the Corporate Society. British Conservatives, the State and Industry, 1945-1964, Nigel Harris
Reviewed by Harvey Glickman

pp. 516-518
 

The Land Question and the Irish Economy, 1870-1903, Barbara Lewis Solow
Reviewed by Folke Dovring

pp. 518-519
 

The Rise of a Third Party, A Study in Crisis Politics, Maurice Pinard
Reviewed by Mildred A. Schwartz

pp. 519-521
 

The French Communists: Profile of a People, Annie Kriegel and Elaine P. Halperin ; The French Communist Party versus the Students: Revolutionary Politics, Richard Johnson
Reviewed by Gordon Wright

pp. 521-523
 

To the Maginot Line: The Politics of French Military Preparation, Judith M. Hughes
Reviewed by Charles C. Bright

pp. 523-526
 

Richelieu and Reason of State, William F. Church
Reviewed by Donald R. Kelley

pp. 526-527
 

The Foreign Policy of Hitler's Germany: Diplomatic Revolution in Europe, 1933-36, Gerhard L. Weinberg ; Socialist, Anti-Semite, and Jew: German Social Democracy Confronts the Problems of Anti-Semitism, 1918-1933, Donald L. Niewyk ; West German Reparations to Israel, Nicholas Balabkins
Reviewed by C. M. Kimmich

pp. 529-531
 

Die Munchener Ministerprasidentenkonferenz, 1947: Anlass und Scheitern eines gesamtdeutschen Unternehmens, Wilhard Grünewald
Reviewed by John Gimbel

pp. 531-533
 

Jesuits and Jacobins: Enlightenment and Enlightened Despotism in Austria, Paul P. Bernard
Reviewed by Orest Ranum

pp. 533-535
 

Bulgarian Communism: The Road to Power, 1934-1944, Nissan Oren
Reviewed by Eugene C. Black

pp. 535-537
 

The Foreign Policy System of Israel: Setting, Images, Process, Michael Brecher
Reviewed by Avraham Avi-hai

pp. 537-539
 

The Cultural Revolution in China, Thomas W. Robinson ; Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture, Richard H. Solomon
Reviewed by Harold Z. Schiffrin

pp. 539-543
 

The South African Voter: Some Aspects of Voting Behaviour with Special Reference to the General Elections of 1966 & 1970, Henry Lever
Reviewed by John Stone

pp. 543-545
 

The Rise of African Nationalism in South Africa: The African National Congress 1912-1952, Peter Walshe
Reviewed by Julius Lewin

pp. 545-546
 

Revolutionary Change in Cuba, Carmelo Mesa-Lago ; The Theory of Moral Incentives in Cuba, Robert M. Bernardo
Reviewed by Richard R. Fagen

pp. 546-549
 

Patterns of Foreign Influence in the Caribbean, Emanuel de Kadt
Reviewed by Herbert Goldhamer

pp. 549-550
 

Brazil in the Sixties, Riordan Roett
Reviewed by E. Bradford Burns

pp. 550-551
 

Word Politics: Verbal Strategy Among Superpowers, Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband
Reviewed by Donald J. Puchala

pp. 551-552
 

Communication in International Politics, Richard L. Merritt
Reviewed by Phillips W. Davison

pp. 553-555
 

Transnational Law in a Changing Society: Essays in Honor of Philip C. Jessup, Wolfgang Friedmann, Louis Henkin and Oliver Lissitzyn
Reviewed by Lynn H. Miller

pp. 555-556
 

Magna Carta: The Heritage of Liberty, Anne Pallister
Reviewed by Charles F. Mullett

pp. 556-557
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