The Political Lessons of Two World War II Novels: A Review Essay
Michael Mandelbaum's review essay of Herman Wouk's two historical novels of World War II reflects on the aspects of that war that seem most important forty years after it began.
The Fall of the First British Empire: Origins of the War of American Independence, Robert W. Tucker and David C. Hendrickson Reviewed by Michael Mandelbaum
U.S.-Japan Relations and the Security of East Asia: The Next Decade, Franklin B. Weinstein Reviewed by Michael Mandelbaum
Politics and Markets: The World's Political-Economic Systems, Charles E. Lindblom Reviewed by Michael Mandelbaum
The Anarchical Society: A Study of Order in World Politics, Hedley Bull Reviewed by Michael Mandelbaum
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