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Volume 116 - Number 3 - Fall 2001

Hegemon on the Offensive: Chinese Perspectives on U. S. Global Strategy
Yong Deng examines Chinese perceptions of and reactions to the U.S. global power status and grand security strategy after the cold war. He shows that conflict between the United States and China is structural and has been on the rise. The author believes there is a real danger of an escalation of balancing and counterbalancing unless a mechanism of peaceful change is devised.

pp. 343-365
 

Family Homelessness in New York City: A Case Study
Ralph Nunez examines the recent rise in family homelessness in New York City and details the underlying causes and characteristics of family homelessness and its effect on children. He discusses political trends affecting affordable housing and new strategies for transitional housing.

pp. 367-379
 

Dissonant Politics in Iran and Indonesia
Daniel Brumberg offers alternative concepts of state building, ideological change, and transitions in Islamic polities. Dissonant states, he argues, institutionalize competing visions of political community in ways that promote interelite competition, bargaining, and ideological innovation. He illustrates his argument by exploring the evolution of dissonant politics in Iran and Indonesia.

pp. 381-411
 

The Earned Income Tax Credit: Knowledge Is Money
Katherin Ross Phillips examines demographic differences in knowledge about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) among parents. Using data from the National Survey of America’s Families, she finds that almost two-thirds of low-income parents have heard about the EITC, but low-income Hispanic parents are less than half as likely as low-income non-Hispanic parents to know about the tax credit.

pp. 413-424
 

Rethinking Media Politics and Public Opinion: Reactions to the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal
Regina G. Lawrence and W. Lance Bennett offer an alternative interpretation of public opinion during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Rejecting the “prosperity” explanation, they explore four dimensions of public reactions to the Clinton impeachment that are not well explained by simpler models.

pp. 425-446
 

Radical Change in Israel: A Review Essay
Myron J. Aronoff discusses social, economic, cultural, and political changes that have dramatically transformed Israel. He critically evaluates recent publications on the relationship between the liberalization of the economy and the peace process, public policy and electoral reform, and consensus and dissent on central issues relating to democracy and peace.

pp. 447-453
 

Correspondence
Roger Brandwein, Richard Pious, Bill Green

pp. 497-498

Cadres and Corruption: The Organizational Involution of the Chinese Communist Party, Xiaobo Lü
Reviewed by Patricia M. Thornton

pp. 455-456
 

The Roots of Rhetoric: Politics of Nuclear Weapons in India and Pakistan, Haider K. Nizamani
Reviewed by Timothy D. Hoyt

pp. 456-457

Cuba's Foreign Relations in a Post-Soviet World, H. Michael Erisman
Reviewed by Jorge I. Domínguez

pp. 458-459
 

Audacious Reforms: Institutional Invention and Democracy in Latin America, Merilee S. Grindle
Reviewed by Elisabeth Jay Friedman

pp. 459-460
 

Chile under Pinochet: Recovering the Truth, Mark Ensalaco
Reviewed by Tony Spanakos

pp. 460-462
 

The Deadlock of Democracy in Brazil, Barry Ames
Reviewed by Octavio Amorim Neto

pp. 462-463
 

Secret Dialogues: Church-State Relations, Torture, and Social Justice in Authoritarian Brazil, Kenneth P. Serbin
Reviewed by Jeanne A. K. Hey

pp. 463-464
 

After the Deluge: Regional Crises and Political Consolidation in Russia, Daniel S. Treisman
Reviewed by Leonid Polishchuk

pp. 465-466
 

Unexpected Outcomes: Electoral Systems, Political Parties, and Representation in Russia, Robert G. Moser
Reviewed by Olga Shvetsova

pp. 466-467
 

Work without Wages: Russia's Nonpayment Crisis, Padma Desai and Todd Idson
Reviewed by Debra Javeline

pp. 467-469
 

Ukraine and Russia: The Post-Soviet Transition, Roman Solchanyk
Reviewed by Paul Kubicek

pp. 469-470
 

Political Will and Personal Belief: The Decline and Fall of Soviet Communism, Paul Hollander
Reviewed by Judith Kullberg

pp. 470-472
 

Europe in the New Century: Visions of an Emerging Superpower, Robert J. Guttman, Jr.
Reviewed by Alison M. S. Watson

pp. 472-473
 

A Rising Middle Power? German Foreign Policy in Transformation, 1989-1999, Max Otte
Reviewed by John S. Duffield

pp. 473-474
 

War, Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East, Steven Heydemann, ed.
Reviewed by Kenneth W. Stein

pp. 475-476
 

The Uncertain Friendship: The U. S. and Israel from Roosevelt to Kennedy, Herbert Druks
Reviewed by Dalia Dassa Kaye

pp. 476-477
 

A Grand Delusion: America's Descent into Vietnam, Robert Mann
Reviewed by Derek Chollet

pp. 477-479
 

Strategic Deception: Rhetoric, Science, and Politics in Missile Defense Advocacy, Gordon R. Mitchell
Reviewed by Barbara Farnham

pp. 479-480
 

Globalization: A Critical Introduction, Jan Aart Scholte
Reviewed by Daniel W. Drezner

pp. 480-482
 

International Relations and the Challenge of Postmodernism: Defending the Discipline, D. S. L. Jarvis
Reviewed by Daniel H. Nexon

pp. 482-483
 

Threats and Promises: The Pursuit of International Influence, James W. Davis, Jr.
Reviewed by Rose McDermott

pp. 483-485
 

Deterrence and Security in the 21st Century: China, Britain, France and the Enduring Legacy of the Nuclear Revolution, Edward D. Mansfield
Reviewed by Glenn H. Snyder

pp. 485-486
 

The Federal Appointments Process: A Constitutional and Historical Analysis, Michael J. Gerhardt
Reviewed by Sheldon Goldman

pp. 486-488

Government Works: Why Americans Need the Feds, Milton J. Esman
Reviewed by James W. Davis

pp. 488-489
 

Stepping up to Power: The Political Journey of American Women, Harriet Woods
Reviewed by Susan Levine

pp. 489-490
 

Gender and American Politics: Women, Men, and the Political Process, Sue Tolleson-Rinehart and Jyl J. Josephson, eds.
Reviewed by Susan B. Hansen

pp. 491-493
 

What Motivates Bureaucrats? Politics and Administration during the Reagan Years, Marissa Martino Golden
Reviewed by William F. West

pp. 493-494
 

Class and Party in American Politics, Jeffrey Stonecash
Reviewed by Nicol Rae

pp. 494-495
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