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Volume 90 - Number 1 - Spring 1975

 

The Americans' Retreat from World Power
Bruce Russett

pp. 1-21
 

Roosevelt, Truman, and the Atomic Bomb, 1941-1945

Barton J. Bernstein explains the Roosevelt and Truman policies on the construction and use of the atomic bomb.

pp. 23-69
 

Official Secrecy and Informal Communication in Congressional-Bureaucratic Relations
Leon V. Sigal

pp. 71-92
 

The Politics of the Allende Overthrow in Chile
Peter A. Goldberg

pp. 93-116
 

JFK Through Russian Eyes
Nelson W. Polsby

pp. 117-126
 

The Potboiler Reconsidered: A Comment on "JFK Through Russian Eyes"
Piers Ploughman

pp. 127-130
 

Rejoinder to Piers
Nelson W. Polsby

p. 131
 

Correspondence

p. 199
 

The Imperial Republic: The United States and the World, 1945-1973, Raymond Aron
Reviewed by Grayson Kirk

pp. 133-135
 

Kissinger, Marvin Kalb and Bernard Kalb
Reviewed by John Gimbel

pp. 135-136
 

Nuclear Theft: Risks and Safeguards, Mason Willrich and Theodore B. Taylor
Reviewed by George H. Quester

pp. 136-138
 

Why Nations Go to War, John G. Stoessinger
Reviewed by Samuel R. Williamson

pp. 138-139
 

The United Nations in a Changing World, Leland M. Goodrich
Reviewed by Inis L. Claude, Jr.

pp. 139-141
 

Multinational Companies and the Third World, Louis Turner
Reviewed by Rosemary Galli

pp. 141-142
 

Bureaucratic Politics and Foreign Policy, Morton Halperin, Priscilla Clapp and Arnold Kanter
Reviewed by Robert H. Trice

pp. 143-144
 

The Economics of Peacetime Defense, Murray L. Weidenbaum
Reviewed by Barry M. Blechman

pp. 144-146
 

The Security Council: A Study in Adolescence, Richard Hiscocks
Reviewed by Leland M. Goodrich

pp. 146-147
 

The International Law of Pollution, James Barros and Douglas M. Johnston
Reviewed by Howard J. Taubenfeld

p. 148
 

Democrats and Progressives: The 1948 Presidential Election as a Test of Postwar Liberalism, Allen Yarnell
Reviewed by Norman D. Markowitz

pp. 149-150
 

Choosing the President, James David Barber
Reviewed by Dale Vinyard

p. 150
 

Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth, Raoul Berger ; The Executive Privilege: Presidential Control over Information, Adam Carlyle Breckenridge
Reviewed by Robert H. Hammel

pp. 151-153
 

Media and the First Amendment in a Free Society, Georgetown Law Journal
Reviewed by John A. Morgan

pp. 153-155
 

Elites in the Policy Process, Robert Presthus
Reviewed by Sharon A. Smith

pp. 155-156
 

When Governments Come to Washington: Governors, Mayors, and Intergovernmental Lobbying, Donald H. Haider
Reviewed by Richard H. Leach

pp. 157-158
 

Urban Outcomes, Aaron Wildavsky, Frank S. Levy and Arnold J. Meltsner
Reviewed by Peter A. Lupsha

pp. 158-160
 

Race and Authority in Urban Politics: Community Participation and the War on Poverty, J. David Greenstone and Paul E. Peterson
Reviewed by Joel D. Aberbach

pp. 160-162
 

Urban Economic Development: Suburbanization, Minority Opportunity, and the Condition of the Central City, Bennett Harrison
Reviewed by Robert D. Reischauer

pp. 162-164
 

The Recruitment of Political Leaders: A Study of Citizen-Politicians, Kenneth Prewitt ; The Threads of Public Policy: A Study in Policy Leadership, Robert Eyestone ; City Mangers in Legislative Politics, Robert O. Loveridge ; Local Interest Politics: A One-Way Street, Betty H. Zisk ; Labyrinths of Democracy: Adaptations, Linkages, Representation, and Policies in Urban Politics, Heinz Eulau and Kenneth Prewitt
Reviewed by Dean Grimes Farrer

pp. 164-167
 

The Urban Wilderness: A History of the American City, Sam Bass Warner
Reviewed by John W. Chambers

pp. 167-168
 

From Colony to Country: The Revolution in American Thought, 1750-1820, Ralph Ketcham
Reviewed by Stephen Botein

pp. 169-170
 

Essays on the American Revolution, Stephen G. Kurtz and James H. Hutson
Reviewed by Richard E. Ellis

pp. 170-172
 

The National Urban League 1910-1940, Nancy J. Weiss
Reviewed by Marsha Hurst

pp. 173-174
 

Robert L. Vann of the Pittsburgh Courier: Politics and Black Journalism, Andrew Buni
Reviewed by Luther P. Jackson

pp. 174-176
 

Accounting for United States Economic Growth, 1929-1969, Edward F. Denison
Reviewed by Raymond J. Saulnier

pp. 176-177
 

Urban Economics and Public Policy, James Heilbrun
Reviewed by Seymour Sacks

pp. 177-178
 

The Other South: Southern Dissenters in the Nineteenth Century, Carl N. Degler
Reviewed by George M. Fredrickson

pp. 178-180
 

Organized Labor and the Black Worker, 1619-1973, Philip S. Foner
Reviewed by Daniel J. Leab

pp. 180-182
 

The Modern World System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century, Immanuel Wallerstein
Reviewed by Lewis A. Coser

pp. 182-183
 

Lion Rampant: Essays in the Study of British Imperialism, D. A. Low
Reviewed by John W. Cell

pp. 183-185
 

Decline or Renewal? France Since the 1930's, Stanley Hoffmann
Reviewed by Ezra N. Suleiman

pp. 185-187
 

Expansion and Coexistence: Soviet Foreign Policy 1917-1973, Adam B. Ulam
Reviewed by Robert G. Wesson

pp. 187-189
 

A History of Russian and Soviet Sea Power, Donald W. Mitchell ; Soviet Naval Developments: Capability and Context, Michael MccGwire
Reviewed by Hannah J. Zawadzka

pp. 189-191
 

Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Chile, Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff
Reviewed by Elizabeth Farnsworth

pp. 192-193
 

The Politics of Massacre: Political Processes in South Vietnam, Charles A. Joiner
Reviewed by Cynthia H. Enloe

pp. 193-194
 

The Political Culture of Japan, Bradley M. Richardson
Reviewed by John Creighton Campbell

pp. 195-196
 

Indira: A Biography of Prime Minister Gandhi, Krishan Bhatia
Reviewed by Donald E. Smith

pp. 196-197
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