Spain Tries Democracy Again
Michael Roskin analyzes Spain's first free elections in forty-one years. He characterizes them as "shakedown" elections in which too many parties and personalities competed for a basically moderate electorate and learned some lessons in political science.
Political Forces in Spain, Greece and Portugal, Beate Kohler, Frank Carter and Ginnie Hole Reviewed by Michael Roskin
Never Again: Learning from America's Foreign Policy Failures, Earl C. Ravenal Reviewed by Michael Roskin
Eurocommunism and the State, Santiago Carrillo Reviewed by Michael Roskin
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