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American Political Institutions after Watergate--A Discussion
DEMETRIOS CARALEY, CHARLES V. HAMILTON, ALPHEUS T. MASON, ROBERT A. McCAUGHEY, NELSON W. POLSBY, JEFFREY L. PRESSMAN, ARTHUR M. SCHLESINGER, JR., GEORGE L. SHERRY, AND TOM WICKER met to discuss what they believed would be the long-term implications for American political institutions of the Watergate events, including the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon. 

pp. 713-749

The Supreme Court and School Desegregation: Twenty Years Later
Harrell R. Rodgers

pp. 751-776

Federal Policy, Local Power, and Metropolitan Segregation
Gary Orfield

pp. 777-802

The German Janus: From Westpolitik to Ostpolitik
Peter H. Merkl

pp. 803-824

Agrarian or Working-Class Radicalism? The Electoral Basis of Populism in Wisconsin
Roger E. Wyman

pp. 825-847


pp. 905-906

The American Condition, Richard N. Goodwin
Reviewed by Robert Lekachman

pp. 849-850

Beyond the New Deal: Harry S. Truman and American Liberalism, Alonzo L. Hamby
Reviewed by Cabell Phillips

pp. 850-852

Lawyer and Client: Who's in Charge?, Douglas E. Rosenthal
Reviewed by Bernard Barber

pp. 852-853

More Equality, Herbert J. Gans
Reviewed by Howard Zinn

pp. 854-855

The World of the Urban Working Class, Marc Fried
Reviewed by Leonard I. Pearlin

pp. 855-856

Genetic Fix, Amitai Etzioni
Reviewed by Alexander M. Capron

pp. 856-858

Justices and Presidents: A Political History of Appointments to the Supreme Court, Henry J. Abraham
Reviewed by John R. Schmidhauser

p. 859

Fame and the Founding Fathers: Essays by Douglass Adair, Trevor Colbourn
Reviewed by Jack P. Greene

pp. 860-861

Justice and Reform: The Formative Years of the OEO Legal Services Program, Earl Johnson
Reviewed by Richard M. Pious

pp. 861-862

Through Different Eyes: Black and White Perspectives on American Race Relations, Stanley Rothman, Peter I. Rose and William J. Wilson
Reviewed by Michael Preston

pp. 862-864

Police Practices, John C. Weistart ; Police Politics: A Comparative Study of Three Cities, Leonard Ruchelman
Reviewed by James P. Gifford

pp. 864-866

Neighborhood Democracy, Douglas Yates
Reviewed by Francois D'Arcy

pp. 866-868

Representative Bureaucracy, Samuel Krislov
Reviewed by Wilbur C. Rich

pp. 868-870

The Politics of School Decentralization, George R. La Noue
Reviewed by Joseph F. Zimmerman

pp. 870-871

The Intellectual Crisis in American Public Administration, Vincent Ostrom
Reviewed by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr.

pp. 871-873

The New Economics One Decade Older, James Tobin
Reviewed by Robert V. Roosa

pp. 873-875

Ideologies and Attitudes: Modern Political Culture, William T. Bluhm
Reviewed by Mostafa Rejai

pp. 875-876

The Communal Experience: Anarchist and Mystical Counter-Cultures in Twentieth-Century America, Laurence Veysey
Reviewed by Lewis A. Coser

pp. 877-878

The New Heavens and New Earth: Political Religion in America, Cushing Strout
Reviewed by Richard E. Morgan

pp. 878-880

European Security and the Atlantic System, Warner R. Schilling ; American Arms and a Changing Europe: Dilemmas of Deterrence and Disarmament, Warner R. Schilling, Donald J. Puchala and Catherine M. Kelleher
Reviewed by Edward A. Kolodziej

pp. 880-882

Backbench Opinion in the House of Commons 1945-55, Hugh Berrington ; Front-Bench Opposition, R. M. Punnett ; The Backbenchers, Peter G. Richards
Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein

pp. 883-885

France 1848-1945. Volume I: Ambition, Love and Politics, Theodore Zeldin
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 885-886

The Foreign Policy of the Third Reich, Klaus Hildebrand and Anthony Fothergill ; Hitler, Horthy, and Hungary: German-Hungarian Relations, 1941-1944, Mario D. Fenyo ; Hitler's Strategy 1940-1941: The Balkan Clue, Martin van Creveld ; The War Hitler Won: The Fall of Poland, September, 1939, Nicholas Bethell
Reviewed by Edward D. Wynot

pp. 887-890

The Soviet Union and the Arab East under Khrushchev, Oles M. Smolansky
Reviewed by Arnold L. Horelick

pp. 890-892

Bukharin and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Political Biography 1888-1938, Stephen F. Cohen
Reviewed by Peter Juviler

pp. 892-894

Will Japan Rearm? A Study in Attitudes, John K. Emmerson and Leonard A. Humphreys
Reviewed by Akira Iriye

pp. 894-895

Population, Politics, and the Future of Southern Asia, W. Howard Wriggins and James F. Guyot ; Modernization in South-East Asia, Hans-Dieter Evers
Reviewed by Cynthia H. Enloe

pp. 895-898

The Second World War and Politics in Nigeria, 1939-1953, G. O. Olusanya
Reviewed by Levi A. Nwachuku

pp. 898-899

Ebony Kinship: Africa, Africans, and the Afro-American, Robert G. Weisbord
Reviewed by Pearl T. Robinson

pp. 899-901

The Great Wheel, Sidney E. Rolfe and J. L. Burtle
Reviewed by Stephen G. Xydis

pp. 901-902

International Legal Aspects of Federalism, Ivan Bernier
Reviewed by Guenter Weissberg

pp. 902-904

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