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Volume 76 - Number 4 - December 1961

 

Equilibrium and Disequilibrium in American Military Policy
Samuel P. Huntington

pp. 481-502
 

Organization and Military Power: The Japanese High Command in World War II
Stanley L. Falk

pp. 503-518
 

Aspects of Rousseau's Political Thought
George Kateb

pp. 519-543
 

The Christian-Muslim Frontier in the Mediterranean: A History of Two Peninsulas
Charles Issawi

pp. 544-554
 

"Radical" Imperalists within German Social Democracy, 1912-1918
Abraham Ascher

pp. 555-575
 

The Imperial Russian Army Officer
Oliver Allen Ray

pp. 576-592
 

Political Messianism: The Romantic Phase, J. L. Talmon
Reviewed by John Plamenatz

pp. 593-595
 

Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin, George F. Kennan
Reviewed by Philip E. Mosely

pp. 595-597
 

The Soviet Cultural Offensive: The Role of Cultural Diplomacy in Soviet Foreign Policy, Frederick C. Barghoorn
Reviewed by Robert F. Byrnes

pp. 597-598
 

1400 Governments: The Political Economy of the New York Metropolitan Region, Robert C. Wood and Vladimir V. Almendinger
Reviewed by Douglas Price

pp. 600-602
 

The Long Revolution, Raymond Williams
Reviewed by Richard W. Lyman

pp. 602-604
 

The Futilitarian Society, William J. Newman
Reviewed by Phillip C. Chapman

pp. 604-606
 

A Forward Strategy for America, Robert Strausz-Hupé, William R. Kintner and Stefan T. Possony
Reviewed by Glenn H. Snyder

pp. 606-608
 

The Spanish Civil War, Hugh Thomas
Reviewed by Norman J. Padelford

pp. 608-610
 

Spain and Defense of the West: Ally and Liability, Arthur P. Whitaker
Reviewed by William Ebenstein

pp. 610-612
 

Field Administration in the United Nations System, Walter R. Sharp
Reviewed by Carol Lubin

pp. 612-613
 

The Crossroads of Liberalism: Croly, Weyl, Lippmann, and the Progressive Era, 1900-1925, Charles Forcey
Reviewed by Chester McArthur Destler

pp. 614-615
 

Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence, A. G. Guest
Reviewed by Wolfgang Friedmann

pp. 615-618
 

The Century of Revolution, 1603-1714. A History of England, Vol. 5, Christopher Hill
Reviewed by Caroline Robbins

pp. 618-619
 

Politics and Religion in Seventeenth Century France, W. J. Stankiewicz
Reviewed by David D. Bien

pp. 620-621
 

France and the Economic Development of Europe, 1800-1914, Rondo E. Cameron
Reviewed by Goran Ohlin

pp. 622-623
 

Mr. Secretary Peel: The Life of Sir Robert Peel to 1830, Norman Gash
Reviewed by P. H. Noyes

pp. 624-625
 

Communist Propaganda Methods: A Case Study on Czechoslovakia, Hans J. Morgenthau and Vladimir Reisky de Dubnic
Reviewed by William E. Griffith

pp. 625-626
 

Some 20th-Century Historians: Essays on Eminent Europeans, S. William Halperin
Reviewed by Charles F. Mullett

pp. 627-628
 

Presidential Transitions, Laurin L. Henry
Reviewed by Marian D. Irish

pp. 628-630
 

Social Change in Latin America Today: Its Implications for United States Policy, Richard N. Adams ; The Struggle for Democracy in Latin America, Robert J. Alexander and Charles O. Porter
Reviewed by Roberto E. Socas

pp. 630-633
 

The Emerging States of French Equatorial Africa, Virginia Thompson and Richard Adloff
Reviewed by Ruth Schachter

pp. 633-634
 

Community Political Systems, Morris Janowitz
Reviewed by David Rogers

pp. 634-636
 

Industrialization in the Middle East, Kurt Grunwald and Joachim O. Ronall
Reviewed by G. S. Gouri

pp. 636-637
 

The Struggle for Survival: Indian Cultures and the Protestant Ethic in British Columbia, F. E. La Violette
Reviewed by Anthony H. Richmond

pp. 638-639
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