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Volume 101 - Number 3 - 1986

 

The Political Culture of the Democratic and Republican Parties
Jo Freeman argues that despite the many similarities  in external forms of the Democratic and Republican national parties, there are significant differences in various aspects of their political culture such as legitimacy and representation, organizational style attitudes towards dissent and disloyalty, means of maintaining cohesion, and response to the demands of new groups.

pp. 327-356
 

Camp David and Peacemaking in the Middle East
William B. Quandt assesses the impact of the Camp David Accords on subsequent developments in the Middle East.  He pays special attention to the American role as a prospective mediator of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

pp. 357-377
 

The Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Populist Instinct in American Politics
Steven Metz contends that the anti-apartheid movement in the United States has often been ineffective in attempts to influence American policy toward South Africa because of a tendency to rely on populist strategies of influence.  He attributes this to the influence that the civil rights and anti-Vietnam war movements had on the leaders of the anti-apartheid movement.

pp. 379-395
 

Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Latin America, 1960-1980
MICHAEL WEITZ examines insurgencies in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Bolivia with an aim toward establishing conditions related to success and failure.

pp. 397-413
 

Reindustrialization, Liberal Democracy, and Corporatist Representation
Robert C. Grady analyzes values and assumptions underlying proposals to revitalize the American economy.  He argues that they require a form of functional representation that is incompatible with traditional liberal democratic ideals.

pp. 415-432
 

U.S. Policy and German Scientists: The Early Cold War
John Gimbel reflects on the controversy over the American evacuation of some German scientists and technicians and their families from the Soviet zone of occupation in 1945.

pp. 433-451
 

Eisenhower and Third World Nationalism: A Critique of the Revisionists
Robert J. McMahon looks at recent scholarly literature concerning the foreign policy of the Eisenhower administration.  He concludes that the current wave of "Eisenhower revisionism" has tended to slight Eisenhower's persistant failures in the Third World and thus presents a distorted view of his administration's overall diplomatic record.

pp. 453-473
 

The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende, Nathaniel Davis ; The Rise and Fall of Chilean Christian Democracy, Michael Fleet
Reviewed by Jorge I. Domínguez

pp. 475-477
 

NATO, the Warsaw Pact and Africa, Christopher Coker
Reviewed by Crawford Young

pp. 477-478
 

The Breakdown of Democratic Party Organization, 1940-1980, Alan Ware
Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein

pp. 478-479
 

Religion in American Public Life, A. James Reichley
Reviewed by Andrew Greeley

pp. 479-480
 

Images of Voting/Visions of Democracy, Peter B. Natchez
Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsby

pp. 481-482
 

Party Identification, Political Behavior, and the American Electorate, Sheldon Kamieniecki

pp. 482-483
 

Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook, Wolf Blitzer
Reviewed by Yagil Weinberg

pp. 483-484
 

The MX Decision: A New Direction in U.S. Weapons Procurement Policy?, Lauren H. Holland and Robert A. Hoover
Reviewed by Philip W. Dyer

pp. 484-485
 

The Vietnam War: A Study in the Making of American Policy, Michael P. Sullivan
Reviewed by Wallace J. Thies

pp. 486-487
 

Making the Alliance Work: The United States and Western Europe, Gregory F. Treverton
Reviewed by Gerald Segal

pp. 487-488
 

Arms and Oil: U.S. Military Strategy and the Persian Gulf, Thomas L. McNaugher
Reviewed by Shaul Bakhash

pp. 488-489
 

A World of Secrets: The Uses and Limits of Intelligence, Walter Laqueur
Reviewed by Jeffrey T. Richelson

pp. 489-490
 

The West Bank: Line of Defense, Aryeh Shalev
Reviewed by Marc Robbins

pp. 491-492
 

Economic Statecraft, David A. Baldwin
Reviewed by Jeffrey J. Schott

pp. 492-493
 

Crabgrass Frontier: The Suburbanization of the United States, Kenneth T. Jackson
Reviewed by George Sternlieb

pp. 493-494
 

Chicago Divided: The Making of a Black Mayor, Paul Kleppner
Reviewed by Ester Fuchs

pp. 494-495
 

Politics, Democracy, and the Supreme Court: Essays on the Frontier of Constitutional Theory, Arthur S. Miller
Reviewed by C. Herman Pritchett

pp. 495-496
 

Conservatives in Court, Lee Epstein
Reviewed by James Magee

pp. 496-498
 

Judges and the Cities: Interpreting Local Autonomy, Gordon L. Clark
Reviewed by Herbert Jacob

pp. 498-499
 

Without Precedent: The Life and Career of Eleanor Roosevelt, Joan Hoff-Wilson and Marjorie Lightman, eds.
Reviewed by Theda Skocpol

pp. 499-500
 

From Working Girl to Working Mother: The Female Labor Force in the United States, 1820-1980, Lynn Y. Weiner
Reviewed by Jessie Bernard

pp. 500-501
 

Women as Candidates in American Politics, Susan J. Carroll
Reviewed by Harmon Zeigler

pp. 501-502
 

Radical Islam: Medieval Theology and Modern Politics, Emmanuel Sivan
Reviewed by L. Carl Brown

p. 503
 

Protest in Democratic India: Authority's Response to Challenge, Leslie J. Calman
Reviewed by Sanjib Baruah

pp. 504-505
 

The Politics of Deregulation, Martha Derthick and Paul J. Quirk
Reviewed by Fred Thompson

pp. 505-506
 

Warriors and Politicians in Modern Greece, Constantine P. Danopoulos
Reviewed by Harry J. Psomiades

pp. 506-507
 

Making the Managerial Presidency: Comprehensive Reorganization Planning, 1905-1980, Peri E. Arnold
Reviewed by James W. Fesler

pp. 507-509
 

Who Paid the Taxes, 1966-85?, Joseph A. Pechman
Reviewed by Edgar K. Browning

pp. 509-510
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