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Volume 90 - Number 4 - Winter 1975-76

 

Sentences and Other Sanctions in the Criminal Courts of Baltimore, Chicago, and Detroit
Herbert Jacob, James Eisenstein

pp. 617-635
 

China and the Superpowers: Policies toward the United States and the Soviet Union
Steven I. Levine

pp. 637-658
 

The Causes of New York City's Fiscal Crisis

pp. 659-674
 

School Desegregation and White Flight
Christine H. Rossell

pp. 675-695
 

An Autopsy of Collective Security
Earl C. Ravenal

pp. 697-714
 

Comment on "An Autopsy of Collective Security"
Inis L. Claude, Jr.

pp. 715-717
 

Environmental Preservation and Politics: The Significance of
Robert S. Gilmour, John A. McCauley

pp. 719-738
 

Breach of Faith: The Fall of Richard Nixon, Theodore H. White ; Watchmen in the Night: Presidential Accountability after Watergate, Theodore C. Sorensen ; The Plot that Failed: Nixon and the Administrative Presidency, Richard P. Nathan
Reviewed by Erwin C. Hargrove

pp. 739-743
 

Voters' Choice: Varieties of American Electoral Behavior, Gerald M. Pomper
Reviewed by Richard W. Boyd

pp. 743-744
 

Gerald Ford and the Future of the Presidency, J. F. terHorst
Reviewed by Paul J. Halpern

pp. 745-746
 

Mediacracy: American Parties and Politics in the Communications Age, Kevin P. Phillips
Reviewed by Leon V. Sigal

pp. 746-748
 

Decade of Disillusionment: The Kennedy-Johnson Years, Jim F. Heath
Reviewed by Everett Carll Ladd

pp. 749-750
 

The Reaffirmation of Republicanism: Eisenhower and the Eighty-Third Congress, Gary W. Reichard
Reviewed by Robert Griffith

pp. 750-751
 

The Glory and the Dream: A Narrative History of America, 1932-1972, William Manchester
Reviewed by Daniel J. Kevles

pp. 752-753
 

Southern Politics and the Second Reconstruction, Numan V. Bartley and Hugh D. Graham ; Southern Republicanism, Louis M. Seagull
Reviewed by William C. Havard

pp. 753-756
 

Congressional Power: Congress and Social Change, Gary Orfield
Reviewed by David W. Rohde

pp. 756-757
 

Constituencies and Leaders in Congress: Their Effects on Senate Voting Behavior, John E. Jackson
Reviewed by Donald R. Matthews

pp. 757-759
 

Monitoring Revenue Sharing, Richard P. Nathan, Allen P. Manvel and Susannah E. Calkins
Reviewed by Robert B. Pettengill

pp. 759-761
 

Essays on John Maynard Keynes, Milo Keynes
Reviewed by Robert Lekachman

pp. 761-763
 

The Wartime Alliance and the Zonal Division of Germany, Tony Sharp
Reviewed by John Gimbel

pp. 763-764
 

Advice and Dissent: Scientists in the Political Arena, Joel Primack and Frank von Hippel
Reviewed by William D. Carey

pp. 764-766
 

L'Univers Politique des Enfants, Annick Percheron ; New Directions in Political Socialization, David C. Schwartz and Sandra Kenyon Schwartz ; Psychology and the Political Experience, Alan Hughes
Reviewed by Mark Kesselman

pp. 768-771
 

The Trial of Martin Luther King, Alan F. Westin and Barry Mahoney
Reviewed by Robert L. Green

pp. 771-772
 

The Politics of Black America, Milton D. Morris
Reviewed by Lee Augustus McGriggs

pp. 773-774
 

Roll, Jordon, Roll: The World the Slaves Made, Eugene D. Genovese
Reviewed by Norman R. Yetman

pp. 774-777
 

From the Diaries of Felix Frankfurter, with a Biographical Essay and Notes, Joseph P. Lash
Reviewed by Osmond K. Fraenkel

pp. 777-778
 

Many Sovereign States, Dan W. Lufkin
Reviewed by Gerald Benjamin

pp. 779-780
 

The Manchester Union Leader in New Hampshire Elections, Eric Veblen
Reviewed by Lawrence I. Radway

pp. 780-782
 

Productivity in the Local Government Sector, John P. Ross and Jesse Burkhead
Reviewed by Raymond D. Horton

pp. 782-783
 

Mugwumps, Morals and Politics, 1884-1920, Gerald W. McFarland
Reviewed by Wilbur C. Rich

pp. 784-785
 

Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur, Thomas C. Reeves
Reviewed by Ari Hoogenboom

pp. 785-786
 

Hidden from History: Rediscovering Women in History from the 17th Century to the Present, Sheila Rowbotham
Reviewed by Annette K. Baxter

pp. 786-788
 

Suffragists and Liberals: The Politics of Woman Suffrage in England, David Morgan
Reviewed by Patricia A. Kyle

pp. 788-790
 

The Politics of Women's Liberation: A Case Study of an Emerging Social Movement and Its Relation to the Policy Process, Jo Freeman
Reviewed by Kathryn B. Yatrakis

pp. 790-791
 

The Problem of Party Government, Richard Rose ; Pressure Groups in Britain, Richard Kimber and J. J. Richardson
Reviewed by Graham Wootton

pp. 792-794
 

Elites and Power in British Society, Philip Stanworth and Anthony Giddens ; Elites in Western Democracy: British Political Sociology Yearbook. Vol. 1, Ivor Crewe
Reviewed by Richard Rose

pp. 794-795
 

Nonconformity in Modern British Politics, Stephen Koss
Reviewed by Peter Marsh

pp. 796-797
 

French Politics in Transition: The Years After DeGaulle, Roy C. Macridis
Reviewed by P. M. Williams

pp. 797-798
 

The Soviet Union: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow; A Colloquy of American Long Timers in Moscow, Foy D. Kohler and Mose L. Harvey
Reviewed by Nils H. Wessell

pp. 799-800
 

East Central Europe between the Two World Wars, Joseph Rothschild
Reviewed by Ezra Mendelsohn

pp. 800-802
 

Decisions in Israel's Foreign Policy, Michael Brecher
Reviewed by Edward L. Morse

pp. 802-803
 

The Foreign Relations of Iran: A Developing State in a Zone of Great-Power Conflict, Sepehr Zabih and Shahram Chubin
Reviewed by Majid Khadduri

pp. 803-805
 

Post-War Southeast Asia: Independence Problems, John Cady
Reviewed by Howard Wriggins

pp. 805-807
 

The Political Economy of Agrarian Change: An Essay on the Green Revolution, Keith Griffin
Reviewed by Stanley J. Heginbotham

pp. 807-809
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