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Volume 98 - Number 2 - Summer 1983

 

Theater Nuclear Forces: Public Opinion in Western Europe
Bruce Russett and Donald R. Deluca look at European public opinion data on nuclear arms deployment and arms control. They argue that the data refute charges that Europeans are becoming neutralist, pacifist, or anti-American, but confirm that Europeans have serious doubts about the prudence of contemporary American leaders.

pp. 179-196
 

The NATO Decision on Theater Nuclear Forces
Raymond L. Garthoff reviews the NATO decision of 1979 on deploying new intermediate-range nuclear missiles in Europe. He finds that among the complex considerations underlying that decision, reassurance of the Western Alliance itself was at least as important as deterrence of the Soviet Union.

pp. 197-214
 

The Environmental Mandate: Activists and the Electorate
Laura M. Lake analyzes the environmental mandate of the 1970s and argues that the recent stalemate over renewing environmental laws is due to a misperception of the nature of public support. She finds that the environmental mandate is broad and long-lived and that the environmentalist electorate contrasts sharply with the stereotype of the environmental movement.

pp. 215-233
 

Worker Participation and Worker Discontent in the Soviet Union
Charles E. Ziegler examines the sources of worker dissatisfaction in the USSR and the attempts of the Soviet regime to cope with this discontent through expanded participation. He contends that the regime's strategy has been moderately effective in reducing worker dissatisfaction and that the politicization of Soviet workers has remained inchoate.

pp. 235-253
 

Eisenhower as Party Leader
Cornelius P. Cotter discusses the party leadership record of a president, Dwight Eisenhower, who was assumed to have eschewed a party role. He finds that Eisenhower had a clear conception of how the party related to his administration and consistently sought to influence the organization, leadership, and staffing of the Republican National Committee and to strengthen the party in the states.

pp. 255-283
 

The Congressional Veto and Administrative Rulemaking
William West and Joseph Cooper focus on the congressional veto as a means of controlling administrative rulemaking. They contend that criticisms of the veto are based on faulty assumptions concerning the legislative and administrative process and that the veto, if structured properly, can have a salutary effect as an oversight device in many areas of administrative rulemaking.

pp. 285-304
 

Dilemmas of Pluralist Democracy: Autonomy vs. Control, Robert A. Dahl
Reviewed by Kay Lehman Schlozman

pp. 305-306
 

Felix Frankfurter and His Times: The Reform Years, Michael E. Parrish ; The Enigma of Felix Frankfurter, H. N. Hirsch
Reviewed by Henry J. Abraham

pp. 306-308
 

The New Deal Lawyers, Peter H. Irons
Reviewed by Donald M. Roper

pp. 308-309
 

Planning a Tragedy: The Americanization of the War in Vietnam, Larry Berman
Reviewed by Lloyd C. Gardner

pp. 309-311
 

To the Lesser Heights of Morningside: A Memoir, Rexford G. Tugwell
Reviewed by Harvey C. Mansfield, Sr.

pp. 311-312
 

The President's Agenda: Domestic Policy Choice from Kennedy to Carter, Paul C. Light
Reviewed by John F. Manley

pp. 312-313
 

Security in the Persian Gulf: The Role of Outside Powers, Shahram Chubin
Reviewed by Jed Snyder

pp. 313-314
 

Dictatorships and Double Standards: Rationalism and Reason in Politics, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
Reviewed by Linda B. Miller

p. 315
 

The Politician: The Life and Times of Lyndon Johnson--The Drive for Power, from the Frontier to Master of the Senate, Ronnie Dugger
Reviewed by Steven F. Lawson

pp. 316-317
 

The Hidden-Hand Presidency, Fred I. Greenstein
Reviewed by Richard M. Pious

pp. 317-320
 

Personal Rule in Black Africa: Prince, Autocrat, Prophet, Tyrant, Robert H. Jackson and Carl G. Rosberg
Reviewed by Graham W. Irwin

pp. 320-321
 

Tax Revolt: Something for Nothing in California, David O. Sears and Jack Citrin
Reviewed by Alvin Rabushka

pp. 321-322
 

The Rise and Decline of Nations: Economic Growth, Stagflation, and Social Rigidities, Mancur Olson
Reviewed by James Douglas

pp. 323-324
 

Governor Rockefeller in New York: The Apex of Pragmatic Liberalism, James E. Underwood and William J. Daniels
Reviewed by Robert H. Connery

pp. 324-325
 

Essays in Supply Side Economics, David G. Raboy, ed.
Reviewed by F. Thomas Juster

pp. 325-327
 

The American Governorship, Coleman B. Ransone, Jr.
Reviewed by Gerald Benjamin

pp. 327-328
 

The Deindustrialization of America: Plant Closings, Community Abandonment, and the Dismantling of Basic Industry, Bennett Harrison and Barry Bluestone
Reviewed by Larry C. Ledebur

pp. 329-330
 

Pure Politics and Impure Science: The Swine Flu Affair, Arthur M. Silverstein
Reviewed by Robert Lewy

pp. 330-331
 

Clipped Wings: The American SST Conflict, Mel Horwitch
Reviewed by Vern Lanphier

pp. 331-333
 

The Politics of Defense Contracting: The Iron Triangle, Gordon Adams
Reviewed by Thomas L. McNaugher

pp. 333-334
 

Marshall: Hero For Our Times, Leonard Mosley
Reviewed by Edward M. Coffman

pp. 334-335
 

Abortion, Politics, and the Courts: Roe v. Wade and Its Aftermath, Eva R. Rubin
Reviewed by Janet K. Boles

pp. 336-337
 

OSHA and the Politics of Health Regulation, David P. McCaffrey
Reviewed by Susan Rose-Ackerman

pp. 337-338
 

The Politics of Aging: Power and Policy, John B. Williamson, Linda Evans, Lawrence A. Powell and Sharlene Hesse-Biber
Reviewed by Abraham Monk

pp. 338-339
 

An Ounce of Prevention: Child Health Politics Under Medicaid, Ann-Marie Foltz
Reviewed by Dan E. Beauchamp

pp. 340-341
 

The Politics of Welfare: The New York City Experience, Blanche Bernstein
Reviewed by Bruce Jacobs

pp. 341-342
 

Red Harvest: The Communist Party and American Farmers, Lowell K. Dyson
Reviewed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

pp. 342-343
 

Disability and Work: The Economics of American Policy, Robert H. Haveman and Richard V. Burkhauser
Reviewed by V. Lane Rawlins

pp. 343-345
 

Lead Me On: Frank Goad Clement and Tennessee Politics, Lee Seifert Greene
Reviewed by Clifton McCleskey

pp. 345-346
 

Change and Continuity in the 1980 Elections, David W. Rohde, Paul R. Abramson and John H. Aldrich
Reviewed by Candice J. Nelson

pp. 346-347
 

Strategic Studies and Public Policy: The American Experience, Colin S. Gray
Reviewed by Richard Ned Lebow

pp. 347-348
 

Social Science and Institutional Change, Robert R. Mayer
Reviewed by Robert G. Meadow

pp. 348-350
 

Inflation and Politics: Fiscal, Monetary, and Wage-Price Discipline, William A. Lovett
Reviewed by Robert B. Pettengill

p. 350
 

Britain and Soviet Communism: The Impact of Revolution, F. S. Northedge and Audrey Wells
Reviewed by Jonathan Schneer

pp. 351-352
 

Reviving the Industrial City: The Politics of Urban Renewal in Lyon and Birmingham, Jerry A. Webman
Reviewed by Elliot J. Feldman

pp. 352-354
 

Workers and Communists in France: From Popular Front to Eurocommunism, George Ross
Reviewed by Mark Kesselman

pp. 354-355
 

Red Navy at Sea: Soviet Naval Operations on the High Seas, 1956-1980, Bruce W. Watson
Reviewed by Christopher J. Bowie

pp. 355-356
 

The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda, Edward S. Herman
Reviewed by W. R. Campbell

pp. 356-357
 

Media and the Russian Public, Ellen Propper Mickiewicz
Reviewed by Maurice Friedberg

pp. 358-359
 

Siberian Development and East Asia: Threat or Promise?, Allen S. Whiting
Reviewed by Steven I. Levine

pp. 359-360
 

Policy and Politics in Contemporary Poland: Reform, Failure and Crisis, Jean Woodall, ed.
Reviewed by Zvi Gitelman

pp. 360-361
 

East European Military Establishments: The Warsaw Pact Northern Tier, A. Ross Johnson, Robert W. Dean and Alexander Alexiev
Reviewed by Andrew C. Goldberg

pp. 362-363
 

An Economic History of the Middle East and North Africa, Charles Issawi
Reviewed by John P. Entelis

pp. 363-364
 

The New Arab Social Order: A Study of the Social Impact of Oil Wealth, Saad Eddin Ibrahim
Reviewed by Jerrold D. Green

pp. 364-365
 

Roots of Confrontation in South Asia: Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and the Superpowers, Stanley Wolpert
Reviewed by Stephen Philip Cohen

pp. 365-366
 

Communist Powers and Sub-Saharan Africa, Thomas H. Henriksen, ed.
Reviewed by Helen Desfosses

pp. 366-367
 

The Australian-American Security Relationship: A Regional and International Perspective, Henry S. Albinski
Reviewed by H. Bradford Westerfield

pp. 368-369
 

The House and Foreign Policy: The Irony of Congressional Reform, Charles W. Whalen, Jr.
Reviewed by Joseph Cooper

pp. 369-370
 

Decentralizing Urban Policy: Case Studies in Community Development, Paul R. Dommel, et al.
Reviewed by George Sternlieb

pp. 370-371
 

Why Nations Realign: Foreign Policy Restructuring in the Postwar World, K. J. Holsti, et al.
Reviewed by S. Shepard Jones

pp. 372-373
 

Polls Apart, John P. Robinson and Robert Meadow
Reviewed by Donald R. Deluca

pp. 373-374
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