The Functions of Communist One-Party Elections: The Case of Czechoslovakia, 1971
Frank Dinka and Max J. Skidmore
American Ideal: Theodore Roosevelt's Search for American Individualism, Paul M. Rego Reviewed by Max J. Skidmore
Conflict and Cohesion in Socialist Yugoslavia: Political Decision Making Since 1966, Steven L. Burg Reviewed by Frank Dinka
Subliminal Politics: Myths and Mythmakers in America, Dan Nimmo and James E. Combs Reviewed by Max J. Skidmore
Socialist Opposition in Eastern Europe: The Czechoslovak Example, Jiri Pelikan Reviewed by Frank Dinka
Czechoslovakia Before Munich: The German Minority Problems and British Appeasement Policy, J. W. Bruegel ; Czechoslovakia: The Party and the People, Andrew Oxley, Alex Pravada and Andrew Ritchie Reviewed by Frank Dinkamore by this author
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