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The Need to Know and the Right to Tell: Emmet John Hughes, The Ordeal of Power--A Discussion
Malcolm Moos

pp. 161-183

The German Roman Catholic Hierarchy and the Saar Plebiscite of 1935
Guenter Lewy

pp. 184-208

Notes on "Political Science"
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 209-232

On Cuban Political Economy
James O'Connor

pp. 233-247

Federal-State Collaboration in the Nineteenth-Century United States
Daniel J. Elazar

pp. 248-281

United Europe: Challenge and Opportunity, Walter Hallstein ; The United States and the Common Market: A Background Study, Don D. Humphrey
Reviewed by Peter B. Kenen

pp. 282-284

Politics and World Oil Economics, J. E. Hartshorn
Reviewed by Algimantas Petrenas

pp. 284-285

The Nature and Limits of Political Science, Maurice Cowling ; Social Science and Political Theory, W. G. Runciman
Reviewed by J. Roland Pennock

pp. 285-287

The Geography of Intellect, Stefan T. Possony and Nathaniel Weyl
Reviewed by L. C. Dunn

pp. 287-290

Political Parties in a New Nation: The American Experience, 1776-1809, William Nisbet Chambers
Reviewed by Shaw Livermore

pp. 292-293

The Progressives and the Slums: Tenement House Reform in New York City, 1890-1917, Roy Lubove
Reviewed by Bert E. Swanson

pp. 293-295

Socialized Medicine in England and Wales: The National Health Service, 1948-1961, Almont Lindsey
Reviewed by Eveline M. Burns

pp. 295-297

The Canadian General Election of 1957, John Meisel
Reviewed by Dennis H. Wrong

pp. 297-298

The French Radical Party: From Herriot to Mendes-France, Francis De Tarr
Reviewed by Dorothy Pickles

pp. 298-300

Le Chancelier Federal dans le Regime Constitutionnel de la Republique Federale d'Allemagne, Jean Amphoux
Reviewed by Otto Kirchheimer

pp. 300-302

A History of the Weimar Republic. Volume I: From the Collapse of the Empire to Hindenburg's Election, Erich Eyck and Harlan P. Hanson
Reviewed by Gordon A. Craig

pp. 302-303

The Fall of the Dynasties: The Collapse of the Old Order, 1905-1922, Edmond Taylor
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 303-304

India and Pakistan: A Political Analysis, Hugh Tinker ; The Evolution of India and Pakistan, 1858-1947, C. H. Philips, H. L. Singh and B. N. Pandy
Reviewed by Myron Weiner

pp. 304-306

Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age, 1798-1939, Albert Hourani ; The Genesis of Young Ottoman Thought: A Study in the Modernization of Turkish Political Ideas, Şerif Mardin
Reviewed by Nikki R. Keddie

pp. 306-308

Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power: The Emergence of Revolutionary China, 1937-1945, Chalmers A. Johnson
Reviewed by Howard L. Boorman

pp. 309-310

M. N. Roy's Mission to China, Robert C. North and Xenia J. Eudin
Reviewed by Earl Browder

pp. 310-312

Zambia Shall be Free, Kenneth David Kaunda ; Africa Unbound: Reflections of an African Statesman, Alex Quaison-Sackey
Reviewed by Robert I. Rotberg

pp. 312-314

Entrepreneurship in Argentine Culture, Thomas C. Cochran and Ruben E. Reina
Reviewed by J. Fred Rippy

pp. 314-315

Latin America Between the Eagle and the Bear, Salvador de Madariaga ; The Second Revolution in Cuba, J. P. Morray ; The Coming Explosion in Latin America, Gerald Clark
Reviewed by Robert J. Alexander

pp. 315-318

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