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Volume 83 - Number 1 - March 1968

 

The World Today
Harold Macmillan

pp. 1-15

Dean Acheson and the Korean War
David S. McLellan analyzes why fundamentally cautious and calculating Secretary of State Dean Acheson agreed to permit the United Nations forces to undertake the unification of all Korea. He argues that Acheson misjudged the intentions of Peking and mistakenly shared the prevailing confidence that MacArthur could accomplish his mission and that Chinese intervention, if it did occur, could be contained within a buffer zone. He concludes that Acheson failed to keep Truman adequately informed of both the political and the military risks, which ultimately led the President to allow MacArthur to advance.

pp. 16-39
 

Thoughts on Assassination in Africa
Ali A. Mazrui

pp. 40-58
 

Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: The Economics of Food Aid Programs
Clifford R. Kern

pp. 59-75
 

Some Reflections on Sorel and Machiavelli
Neal Wood

pp. 76-91
 

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and the Puritan Revolution, Roger Howell ; The Fifth Monarchy Men, P. G. Rogers ; Wayward Puritans, Kai T. Erikson
Reviewed by Perez Zagorin

pp. 92-94
 

Coleridge and the Idea of the Modern State, David P. Calleo
Reviewed by David V. Erdman

pp. 94-96
 

"The Most English Minister..." The Policies and Politics of Palmerston, Donald Southgate
Reviewed by Barry McGill

pp. 97-98
 

The Making of the Second Reform Bill, F. B. Smith
Reviewed by John Clive

pp. 98-99
 

Selections from the Smuts Papers, W. K. Hancock and Jean van der Poel
Reviewed by David Owen

pp. 99-101
 

The Downfall of the Liberal Party: 1914-1935, Trevor Wilson
Reviewed by George Dangerfield

pp. 101-102
 

French Communism in the Making, 1914-24, Robert Wohl
Reviewed by David Caute

pp. 102-104
 

Yesterday's Deterrent: Tirpitz and the Birth of the German Battle Fleet, Jonathan Steinberg
Reviewed by Gordon A. Craig

pp. 104-105
 

Khrushchev: A Career, Edward Crankshaw
Reviewed by Henry Krisch

pp. 106-107
 

Danilevsky: A Russian Totalitarian Philosopher, Robert E. MacMaster
Reviewed by M. Raeff

pp. 107-109
 

Deterrence and Strategy, André Beaufre and R. H. Barry ; Test Ban and Disarmament: The Path of Negotiation, Arthur H. Dean
Reviewed by Kenneth E. Boulding

pp. 109-111
 

Peace and War: A Theory of International Relations, Raymond Aron, Annette Baker Fox and Richard Howard
Reviewed by Quincy Wright

pp. 111-114
 

The Evolution of International Organizations, Evan Luard
Reviewed by Wolfgang Friedmann

pp. 114-115
 

Functionalism and World Politics: A Study Based on United Nations Programs Financing Economic Development, James Patrick Sewell
Reviewed by Henry S. Bloch

pp. 115-117
 

The Political Illusion, Konrad Kellen and Jacques Ellul
Reviewed by Thomas Landon Thorson

pp. 117-119
 

Economic Policies Toward Less Developed Countries, Harry G. Johnson
Reviewed by Oscar Gass

pp. 119-122
 

Cicero, the Statesman, R. E. Smith
Reviewed by Lily Ross Taylor

pp. 122-123
 

Roman Voting Assemblies: From the Hannibalic War to the Dictatorship of Caesar, Lily Ross Taylor
Reviewed by Mason Hammond

pp. 123-124
 

The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Harold C. Syrett and Jacob E. Cooke
Reviewed by Broadus Mitchell

pp. 124-126
 

The Road to Independence: The Revolutionary Movement in New York, 1773- 1777, Bernard Mason
Reviewed by Staughton Lynd

pp. 126-127
 

Jacksonian Aristocracy: Class and Democracy in New York, 1830-1860, Douglas T. Miller
Reviewed by Marcus Cunliffe

pp. 127-128
 

James K. Polk, Continentalist: 1843-1846, Vol. II, Charles Sellers
Reviewed by Walter Hugins

pp. 128-130
 

Florence Kelley: The Making of a Social Pioneer, Dorothy Rose Blumberg
Reviewed by Howard H. Quint

pp. 130-131
 

Competition and Cooperation: The Emergence of a National Trade Association, Louis Galambos
Reviewed by Edward C. Kirkland

pp. 131-132
 

Liberals and Communism: The "Red Decade", Frank A. Warren
Reviewed by Stanley Coben

p. 133
 

The Broken Seal: The Story of "Operation Magic" and the Pearl Harbor. Disaster, Ladislas Farago
Reviewed by Alfred Vagts

pp. 133-135
 

On the Uses of Military Power in the Nuclear Age, Klaus Knorr ; Escalation and the Nuclear Option, Bernard Brodie
Reviewed by Lincoln P. Bloomfield

pp. 135-137
 

Technology, Economic Growth and Public Policy, Richard R. Nelson, Merton J. Peck and Edward D. Kalachek
Reviewed by Jacob Schmookler

pp. 137-139
 

In the Name of Science, H. L. Nieburg
Reviewed by Arnold A. Rogow

pp. 139-140
 

The Making of United States Foreign Policy, Burton M. Sapin ; Documents on American Foreign Relations: 1965, Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam ; The United States in World Affairs: 1965, Richard P. Stebbins
Reviewed by Cecil V. Crabb

pp. 140-142
 

Elections and the Political Order, Angus Campbell
Reviewed by Hugh Douglas Price

pp. 142-143
 

Economics of the Property Tax, Dick Netzer
Reviewed by James Heilbrun

pp. 143-145
 

America in the Market Place: Trade, Tariffs and the Balance of Payments, Paul H. Douglas
Reviewed by C. Lowell Harriss

pp. 145-147
 

Nationalism in Latin America, Gerhard Masur ; Nationalism in Contemporary Latin America, Arthur P. Whitaker and David C. Jordan
Reviewed by K. H. Silvert

pp. 147-149
 

Trujillo: The Life and Times of a Caribbean Dictator, Robert D. Crassweller ; Overtaken by Events: The Dominican Crisis from the Fall of Trujillo to the Civil War, John Bartlow Martin
Reviewed by Rollie E. Poppino

pp. 149-151
 

The Eastern Question, 1774-1923: A Study in International Relations, M. S. Anderson
Reviewed by Roderic H. Davison

pp. 151-152
 

Modernization and British Colonial Rule in Egypt, 1882-1914, Robert L. Tignor
Reviewed by Charles Issawi

pp. 152-154
 

Asian Bureaucratic Systems Emergent from the British Imperial Tradition, Ralph Braibanti
Reviewed by Rowland Egger

pp. 154-155
 

Foundation of Constitutional Government in Modern Japan, 1868-1900, George Akita
Reviewed by Hugh Borton

pp. 156-157
 

Dreams and Deeds: Achievement Motivation in Nigeria, Robert A. LeVine, Eugene Strangman and Leonard Unterberger
Reviewed by David C. McClelland

pp. 157-159
 

Nigerian Government and Politics: Prelude to the Revolution, John P. Mackintosh
Reviewed by Claude Ake

pp. 159-161
 

The Delinquent Solution, David M. Downes ; The Emergence of Youth Societies, David Gottlieb, Jon Reeves and Warren D. TenHouten
Reviewed by Edgar Z. Friedenberg

pp. 162-164
 

Types of Economic Theory: From Mercantilism to Institutionalism, Wesley C. Mitchell and Joseph Dorfman
Reviewed by P. Sargant Florence

pp. 164-165
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