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Volume 88 - Number 4 - December 1973

 

Whither the American Party System?
James L. Sundquist

pp. 559-581
 

Separation of Powers and Executive Privilege: The Watergate Briefs

pp. 582-654
 

Post-Reconstruction Suffrage Restrictions in Tennessee: A New Look at the V. O. Key Thesis
J. Morgan Kousser

pp. 655-683
 

Political Socialization of Children in the USSR
Robert W. Clawson

pp. 684-712
 

British Political Biography as History
Stephen E. Koss

pp. 713-724
 

Reflections on Writing Biography of Public Men
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 725-733
 

The Human Meaning of Social Change, Angus Campbell and Philip E. Converse
Reviewed by Lewis A. Coser

pp. 734-736
 

Luce and His Empire, W. A. Swanberg
Reviewed by Edward W. Barrett

pp. 736-738
 

The New Federalism, Michael D. Reagan ; Implementation--How Great Expectations in Washington Are Dashed in Oakland; Or, Why It's Amazing that Federal Programs Work At All, This Being a Saga of the Economic Development Administration as Told by Two Sympathetic Observers Who Seek to Build Morals on a Foundation of Ruined Hopes, Aaron B. Wildavsky and Jeffrey L. Pressman
Reviewed by James L. Sundquist

pp. 738-740
 

The Women Citizen, J. Stanley Lemons ; Women, Resistance and Revolution, Sheila Rowbotham
Reviewed by Annette K. Baxter

pp. 740-743
 

Incentives and Planning in Social Policy, Bruno Stein and S. M. Miller
Reviewed by Alfred J. Kahn

pp. 743-744
 

The Hidden Injuries of Class, Richard Sennett and Jonathan Cobb
Reviewed by T. H. Marshall

pp. 744-746
 

The Bracero Program: Interest Groups and Foreign Policy, Richard B. Craig
Reviewed by Carey McWilliams

pp. 746-747
 

Reforming School Finance, Robert D. Reischauer, Robert W. Hartman and Daniel J. Sullivan
Reviewed by Donna E. Shalala

p. 748
 

The Analysis of Subjective Culture, Harry Triandis, Vasso Vassiliou, George Vassiliou, Yasumasa Tanaka and A. V. Shanmugam
Reviewed by William W. Lambert

pp. 749-751
 

American Policy and the Division of Germany: The Clash with Russia over Reparations, Bruce Kuklick
Reviewed by John Gimbel

pp. 753-754
 

The Semblance of Peace: The Political Settlement After the Second World War, John W. Wheeler-Bennett and Anthony Nicholls
Reviewed by Robert A. Divine

pp. 754-755
 

The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Vols. XVI and XVII, Harold C. Syrett
Reviewed by Paul Goodman

pp. 756-757
 

Slavery and the Annexation of Texas, Frederick Merk ; The South and the Concurrent Majority, David M. Potter
Reviewed by Harold M. Hyman

pp. 757-759
 

Abolitionism: A New Perspective, Gerald Sorin ; Bound with Them in Chains: A Biographical History of the Anti-slavery Movement, Jane H. Pease and William H. Pease
Reviewed by Lewis Perry

pp. 759-761
 

Leon Trotsky on Britain, George Novack
Reviewed by Graham Wootton

pp. 761-763
 

Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order, 1940-1944, Robert O. Paxton
Reviewed by Gordon Wright

pp. 763-765
 

Hitler's War Aims: Ideology, the Nazi State, and the Course of Expansion, Norman Rich
Reviewed by Hans W. Gatzke

pp. 765-766
 

Fascist Italy, William Ebenstein
Reviewed by Joseph LaPalombara

pp. 767-769
 

The Changing Party Elite in East Germany, Peter C. Ludz
Reviewed by Peter H. Merkl

pp. 769-770
 

Roman Dmowski, Andrzej Micewski
Reviewed by Stanislaw Dabrowski

pp. 770-773
 

Stalin as a Revolutionary, 1879-1929, Robert C. Tucker
Reviewed by Robert G. Wesson

pp. 774-776
 

The Political Elite of Iran, Marvin Zonis
Reviewed by Nikki Keddie

pp. 776-777
 

The United States, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, W. Norman Brown ; Pakistan's Foreign Policy, S. M. Burke
Reviewed by Howard Wriggins

pp. 778-780
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