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William Linn Westermann

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The Revolutionary Strategy of Mao Tse-Tung
Edward L. Katzenbach, Gene Z. Hanrahan

pp. 321-340

Our Congressional Elections: In Defense of the Traditional System
William G. Carleton

pp. 341-357

The Scottish Separatist Movement: A Present Assessment
Sidney A. Burrell

pp. 358-367

Problems and Tensions in South Africa

pp. 368-386

Notes on the Formation of State-Municipal Fiscal Policy: Chicago and New York
Gilbert Y. Steiner

pp. 387-409

Past Limitations and the Future of Democracy in Japan
Hugh Borton

pp. 410-420

Achievements and Prospects of German Democracy
Hajo Holborn

pp. 421-434

John Maynard Keynes: Economist and Policy Maker, Seymour E. Harris
Reviewed by Lyle C. Fitch

pp. 435-436

Post-Keynesian Economics, Kenneth K. Kurihara
Reviewed by Carl F. Christ

pp. 436-439

The Political Element in the Development of Economic Theory, Gunnar Myrdal and Paul Streeten
Reviewed by O. H. Taylor

pp. 439-440

A Critique of Socioeconomic Goals, Henry M. Oliver
Reviewed by Kenneth J. Arrow

pp. 441-442

The Social Contract, Willmoore Kendall and Jean Jacques Rousseau
Reviewed by Peter Gay

pp. 442-445

German Marxism and Russian Communism, John Plamenatz ; Democracy and Marxism, Walter Bedell Smith and H. B. Mayo
Reviewed by John N. Hazard

pp. 445-447

The Federal Tax System of the United States: A Survey of Law and Administration, Joseph P. Crockett
Reviewed by Carl S. Shoup

pp. 447-448

The Political Economy of American Foreign Policy: Its Concepts, Strategy, and Limits, William Y. Elliott
Reviewed by John Gange

pp. 449-450

Rebels and Democrats: The Struggle for Equal Political Rights and Majority Rule During the American Revolution, Elisha P. Douglass
Reviewed by Richard B. Morris

pp. 452-454

A Whig Embattled: The Presidency under John Tyler, Robert J. Morgan
Reviewed by David Donald

pp. 454-455

America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954, Foster Rhea Dulles
Reviewed by Julius W. Pratt

pp. 455-456

The Roosevelt Leadership, 1933-1945, Edgar Eugene Robinson
Reviewed by Walter Johnson

pp. 457-459

Conservatism in America, Clinton Rossiter
Reviewed by Jerome G. Kerwin

pp. 459-460

Commerces et Marchands de Toulouse (vers 1350-vers 1450), Philippe Wolff
Reviewed by John H. Mundy

pp. 461-462

Renaissance Diplomacy, Garrett Mattingly
Reviewed by Wallace K. Ferguson

pp. 462-463

Members of the Long Parliament, R. H. Tawney, D. Brunton and D. H. Pennington ; The Long Parliament, 1640-1641: A Biographical Study of Its Members, Mary Frear Keeler
Reviewed by J. H. Hexter

pp. 464-467

Assignment to Catastrophe. Vol. I: Prelude to Dunkirk, July 1939-May 1940. Vol. II: The Fall of France, June 1940, Edward Spears
Reviewed by C. P. Stacey

pp. 467-468

The Death of Hitler's Germany, Georges Blond and Frances Frenaye
Reviewed by Francis L. Loewenheim

pp. 468-469

Toward Our Common American Destiny, John M. Cabot
Reviewed by Robert J. Alexander

pp. 470-471

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