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Volume 87 - Number 1 - March 1972

 

Social Science and the Collectivization of Hubris
Joseph J. Spengler

pp. 1-21
 

Urbanization and Changing Voting Patterns: Colombia, 1946-1970
Lars Schoultz

pp. 22-45
 

Political Virtue in the Age of Jackson
Perry M. Goldman

pp. 46-62
 

One Theory in Search of Reality: The Development of United States Studies in the Soviet Union
Richard M. Mills

pp. 63-79
 


Alfred Vagts

pp. 80-89
 

The Future of Law in a Multicultural World, Adda B. Bozeman
Reviewed by William O. Douglas

pp. 90-92
 

The Democratic Citizen: Social Science and Democratic Theory in the Twentieth Century, Dennis F. Thompson
Reviewed by T. H. Marshall

pp. 92-94
 

Social Science and Social Purpose, T. S. Simey
Reviewed by Heinz Hartmann

pp. 94-96
 

The Foundations of Human Society, Donald McIntosh ; The Reach of Politics: A New Look at Government, James K. Feibleman ; Personality and Politics: Problems of Evidence, Inference, and Conceptualization, Fred I. Greenstein
Reviewed by J. Roland Pennock

pp. 96-98
 

Children in the Political System: Origins of Political Legitimacy, David Easton and Jack Dennis
Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein

pp. 98-102
 

The Seniority System in Congress, Barbara Hinckley
Reviewed by Richard Bolling

pp. 102-103
 

The Year of the People, Eugene McCarthy
Reviewed by Richard L. Rubin

pp. 103-105
 

Alliance Politics, Richard E. Neustadt
Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein

pp. 105-107
 

The Uneasy Partnership: Social Science and the Federal Government in the Twentieth Century, Gene M. Lyons
Reviewed by Paul F. Lazarsfeld

pp. 107-109
 

The Image Empire: A History of Broadcasting in the United States, Erik Barnouw
Reviewed by Newton N. Minow

pp. 109-110
 

The Great Betrayal: The Evacuation of the Japanese-Americans during World War II, Audrie Girdner and Anne Loftis
Reviewed by Frank Freidel

pp. 111-112
 

Profit in Politics: Henry A. Wallace and the War Years, 1940-1965, Edward L. Schapsmeier and Frederick H. Schapsmeier
Reviewed by Carey McWilliams

pp. 112-115
 

British-American Relations, 1917-1918: The Role of Sir William Wiseman, W. B. Fowler ; America and the Mediterranean World, 1776-1882, James A. Field ; William E. Borah and American Foreign Policy, Robert James Maddox
Reviewed by Paul S. Holbo

pp. 115-117
 

A Hero in Spite of Himself: Brand Whitlock in Art, Politics, and War, Robert M. Crunden
Reviewed by Michael Wreszin

pp. 117-119
 

New Orleans in the Gilded Age: Politics and Urban Progress, 1880-1896, Joy J. Jackson
Reviewed by Robert R. Roberts

pp. 119-120
 

Radicalism, Racism, and Party Realignment: The Border States during Reconstruction, Richard O. Curry
Reviewed by Harold M. Hyman

pp. 120-121
 

Forging a Majority: The Formation of the Republican Party in Pittsburgh, 1848-1860, Michael Fitzgibbon Holt
Reviewed by Jon Fackler

pp. 121-123
 

Peaceable Kingdoms: New England Towns in the Eighteenth Century, Michael Zuckerman
Reviewed by Robert Middlekauff

pp. 123-124
 

Europe: An Emergent Nation?, Carl J. Friedrich ; The Atlantic Community: A Complex Imbalance, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff ; Britain Faces Europe, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff
Reviewed by David P. Calleo

pp. 124-127
 

Captains without Eyes: Intelligence Failures in World War II, Lyman B. Kirkpatrick
Reviewed by Robert G. Deindorfer

pp. 127-128
 

Political Change in Britain: Forces Shaping Electoral Choice, David Butler and Donald Stokes
Reviewed by J. Blondel

pp. 128-129
 

The Conquest of Violence: Order and Liberty in Britain, T. A. Critchley
Reviewed by Max Beloff

pp. 129-131
 

Pay and Productivity Bargaining: A Study of the Effect of National Wage Agreements in the Nottinghamshire Coalfield, R. G. Searle-Barnes
Reviewed by Irving H. Siegel

pp. 131-132
 

From the Ancien Regime to the Popular Front: Essays in the History of Modern France in Honor of Shepard B. Clough, Charles K. Warner
Reviewed by Allan Mitchell

pp. 132-133
 

The History of the Nazi Party: 1919-1933, Dietrich Orlow ; The Limits of Hitler's Power, Edward N. Peterson
Reviewed by H. A. Turner

pp. 133-135
 

Frederick Barbarossa: A Study in Medieval Politics, Peter Munz
Reviewed by Giles Constable

pp. 135-136
 

The Habsburg Empire, 1790-1918, C. A. Macartney
Reviewed by Norman Rich

pp. 137-138
 

Politics in Modern Greece, Keith R. Legg
Reviewed by Adamantia Pollis

pp. 139-140
 

The Soviet Prefects: The Local Party Organs in Industrial Decision-Making, Jerry F. Hough
Reviewed by Alec Nove

pp. 140-143
 

The Jews in Soviet Russia since 1917, Leonard Schapiro and Lionel Kochan ; Germans and Jews: The Right, the Left, and the Search for a "Third Force" in Pre-Nazi Germany, George L. Mosse
Reviewed by Werner T. Angress

pp. 143-144
 

Russia and China: Their Diplomatic Relations to 1728, Mark Mancall
Reviewed by Owen Lattimore

pp. 145-146
 

The Ruler's Imperative: Strategies for Political Survival in Asia and Africa, W. Howard Wriggins
Reviewed by Myron Weiner

pp. 146-148
 

Land and the Constitution in India, H. C. L. Merillat ; India: Planning for Industrialization, Jagdish N. Bhagwati and Padma Desai ; The Crisis of Indian Planning: Economic Policy in the 1960s, Paul Streeten and Michael Lipton
Reviewed by William Vickrey

pp. 148-152
 

Australia, New Zealand and the United States: A Survey of International Relations, 1941-1968, Trevor R. Reese ; The Communist Party of Australia: A Short History, Alastair Davidson ; The Puzzled Patriots: The Story of the Australia First Movement, Bruce Muirden
Reviewed by R. Michael Pordes

pp. 152-155
 

Technology and the Economic Development of the Tropical African Frontier, Thomas R. de Gregori
Reviewed by Robert L. West

pp. 155-156
 

The OAS in Transition, M. Margaret Ball ; The Movement Toward Latin American Unity, Ronald Hilton ; Alliance for Progress: A Social Invention in the Making, Harvey S. Perloff
Reviewed by Bryce Wood

pp. 156-158
 

The Latin Americans, Victor Alba
Reviewed by Anthony Leeds

pp. 158-160
 

The Chasm Ahead, Aurelio Peccei
Reviewed by Walter Goldstein

pp. 160-162
 

Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek, Fritz Machlup, Friedrich A. Lutz, Erich Streissler and Gottfried Haberler
Reviewed by Murray N. Rothbard

pp. 162-163
 

The Crazy Ape, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Reviewed by Alexander Alland

pp. 163-164
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