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Volume 89 - Number 3 - Fall 1974

 

On the Presidential Succession
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.

pp. 475-505
 

Coups and Countercoups in Greece, 1967-1973 (with postscript)
Stephen G. Xydis

pp. 507-538
 

Convention Reform and Conventional Wisdom: An Empirical Assessment of Democratic Party Reforms
Jeffrey L. Pressman, Denis G. Sullivan

pp. 539-562
 

From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam: Shifting Generational Paradigms and Foreign Policy
Michael Roskin

pp. 563-588
 

Congress and National Science Policy
Sanford A. Lakoff

pp. 589-611
 

Political Change in Israel: The Case of a New Town
Myron J. Aronoff

pp. 613-625
 

Is Presidential Power "Poison"?
Richard M. Pious

pp. 627-643
 

Coping: On the Practice of Government, Daniel P. Moynihan
Reviewed by Alice M. Rivlin

pp. 645-647
 

Political Organizations, James Q. Wilson
Reviewed by Pamela Doty

pp. 647-650
 

Impeachment: The Constitutional Problems, Raoul Berger ; The Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson, Michael Les Benedict
Reviewed by Larry R. Matheny

pp. 650-652
 

"God Save This Honorable Court!", Louis M. Kohlmeier ; In His Own Image: The Supreme Court in Richard Nixon's America, James F. Simon
Reviewed by D. Grier Stephenson, Jr.

pp. 652-654
 

The Future of Foundations, Fritz Heimann
Reviewed by Elinor G. Barber

pp. 654-656
 

Building Coalitions: American Politics in the 1970s, Andrew M. Greeley
Reviewed by James L. Sundquist

pp. 657-658
 

The Awesome Power: Harry S. Truman as Commander in Chief, Richard F. Haynes
Reviewed by John Spanier

pp. 658-659
 

The Papers of Adlai E. Stevenson, Volume III: Governor of Illinois, 1949- 1953, Walter Johnson and Carol Evans
Reviewed by Hermon Dunlap Smith

pp. 660-661
 

The Price of Vision: The Diary of Henry A. Wallace, 1942-1946, John Morton Blum ; The Rise and Fall of the People's Century, Norman D. Markowitz
Reviewed by Robert F. Campbell

pp. 661-663
 

Franklin D. Roosevelt: Launching the New Deal, Frank Freidel
Reviewed by Stephen J. Wayne

pp. 663-665
 

Lawyer's Lawyer: The Life of John W. Davis, William H. Harbaugh
Reviewed by Stephen Botein

pp. 665-666
 

Woman's Consciousness, Man's World, Sheila Rowbotham
Reviewed by Annette K. Baxter

pp. 666-668
 

Party and Opposition: Congressional Challengers in American Politics, Jeff Fishel
Reviewed by Raisa B. Deber

pp. 668-669
 

The Deceived Majority: Politics and Protest in Middle America, Gordon Fellman and Barbara Brandt
Reviewed by Frances Fox Piven

pp. 669-671
 

Black City Politics, Ernest Patterson
Reviewed by Shirley E. Ostholm

pp. 671-672
 

Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking, Leon V. Sigal
Reviewed by Doris A. Graber

pp. 672-674
 

Participation in America: Political Democracy and Social Equality, Sidney Verba and Norman H. Nie
Reviewed by Gerald Finch

pp. 674-676
 

One Last Chance: The Democratic Party, 1974-76, John G. Stewart ; The Politics of Representation: The Democratic Convention 1972, Jeffrey L. Pressman, Denis G. Sullivan, Benjamin I. Page and John J. Lyons
Reviewed by Judith H. Parris

pp. 676-678
 

Dynamics of the Party System: Alignment and Realignment of Political Parties in the United States, James L. Sundquist
Reviewed by Frank J. Sorauf

pp. 678-680
 

Yankee Politics in Rural Vermont, Frank M. Bryan
Reviewed by Louis Maisel

pp. 680-681
 

The Deep South States in America, Neal R. Peirce
Reviewed by Clifton McCleskey

pp. 682-683
 

An American Philosophy of Social Security, J. Douglas Brown
Reviewed by Eveline M. Burns

pp. 683-684
 

Politics, Science, and Dread Disease: A Short History of United States Medical Research Policy, Stephen P. Strickland
Reviewed by George Rosen

pp. 684-686
 

Foreign Policy and U.S. Presidential Elections, 1940-1948, Robert A. Divine ; Foreign Policy and U.S. Presidential Elections, 1952-1960, Robert A. Divine
Reviewed by H. Bradford Westerfield

pp. 686-688
 

The Public's Impact on Foreign Policy, Bernard C. Cohen
Reviewed by Michael Leigh

pp. 688-690
 

The Cold War in Asia: A Historical Introduction, Akira Iriye
Reviewed by Walter LaFeber

pp. 690-691
 

Party and Faction in American Politics: The House of Representatives, 1789- 1801, Rudolph M. Bell
Reviewed by Joseph Cooper

pp. 691-693
 

The Radical Republicans and Reform in New York During Reconstruction, James C. Mohr
Reviewed by Richard L. McCormick

pp. 693-695
 

Mike: The Memoirs of the Right Honourable Lester B. Pearson, Volume 2, 1948-1957, John A. Munro and Alex I. Inglis
Reviewed by Thomas P. Peardon

pp. 695-697
 

By Elections in British Politics, Chris Cook and John Ramsden
Reviewed by Stephen Koss

pp. 697-699
 

Englishmen and Irish Troubles: British Public Opinion and the Making of Irish Policy, 1918-1922, D. G. Boyce
Reviewed by Nicholas Mansergh

pp. 699-700
 

Europe Since 1870: An International History, James Joll
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 700-702
 

The Face of Defeat: Palestinian Refugees and Guerrillas, David Pryce-Jone
Reviewed by Naomi Williams

pp. 702-703
 

Managers of Modernization: Organization and Elites in Turkey (1950-1969), Leslie L. Roos and Noralou P. Roos
Reviewed by Serif Mardin

pp. 704-706
 

Ethnic Conflict and Political Development, Cynthia H. Enloe
Reviewed by Audrey C. Smock

pp. 706-708
 

Marx and Burke: A Revisionist View, Ruth A. Bevan
Reviewed by Michael Levin

pp. 708-709
 

Developing the Third World: The Experience of the Nineteen-Sixties, Ronald Robinson
Reviewed by Harry G. Johnson

pp. 709-711
 

Urban Liberalism and Progressive Reform, John D. Buenker
Reviewed by Kenneth T. Jackson

pp. 711-712
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