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George W. Bush, the Surge, and Presidential Leadership
Stephen Benedict Dyson discusses the impact of George W. Bush's personality and belief system on the decision to surge troops in Iraq. He argues that absent Bush's distinctive approach to leadership, the surge decision would not have been made.

pp. 557-585

The Origins of the Two Lefts in Latin America
RAÚL L. MADRID argues that liberal left parties in Latin America arose prior to the debt crisis of the 1980s and were profoundly shaped by the failure of state interventionist policies and the initial success of market-oriented reforms. The interventionist left parties, by contrast, typically emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when the economies of the region had encountered problems and the support for market-oriented policies had diminished.

pp. 587-609

Conservatives and American Political Development
Brian J. Glenn explores how conservatism has impacted the growth of the American state since the New Deal and also how the growth of the American state has influenced conservatism. He finds that in many instances, conservatives have moved beyond mere obstructionism and that a new form of modern conservatism has conceded the goals of liberalism.

pp. 611-638

Consumer Protection Policy Issues on the Congressional Agenda
Loree Bykerk and Ardith Maney look at how consumer protection policy fared under the conservative congresses of recent decades. They argue that although the congressional forum open to consumer protection issues remained stable, consumer advocates and their allies were significantly more outnumbered by producer interests than they were before the Republican takeover of the House in 1995.

pp. 639-655

Turkey and Europeanization of Foreign Policy?
TARIK OGUZLU argues that even though Turkish foreign policy has in recent years become Europeanized, the driving force of this Europeanization has not been Turkey's accession process with the European Union or its desire to prove its European identity.

pp. 657-683

Policy and Politics in the United Kingdom and the United States: A Review Essay
Robert Jervis examines policy and politics in the United Kingdom and the United States. He offers a review and assessment of the recently published autobiography, A Journey: My Political Life by Tony Blair and Bob Woodward's Obama's Wars.

pp. 685-700

The Perils of Global Legalism, Eric A. Posner
Reviewed by Tonya L. Putnam

pp. 701-702

Disconnect: The Breakdown of Representation in American Politics, Morris Fiorina
Reviewed by Thomas E. Mann

pp. 702-703

Follies of Power: America's Unipolar Fantasy, David P. Calleo
Reviewed by Miroslav Nincic

pp. 704-705

A Question of Command: Counterinsurgency from the Civil War to Iraq, Mark Moyar
Reviewed by James Russell

pp. 705-706

An Outsider in the White House: Jimmy Carter, His Advisors, and the Making of American Foreign Policy, Betty Glad
Reviewed by Mark J. Rozell

pp. 706-708

In Time of War: Understanding American Public Opinion from World War II to Iraq, Adam Berinsky
Reviewed by Allan Silver

pp. 708-709

Kissinger: 1973, the Crucial Year, Alistair Horne
Reviewed by Mark Atwood Lawrence

pp. 709-711

The Partisan Sort: How Liberals Became Democrats and Conservatives Became Republicans, Matthew Levendusky
Reviewed by Joseph Bafumi

pp. 711-712

Hillary Clinton's Race for the White House: Gender Politics & the Media on the Campaign Trail, Regina G. Lawrence and Melody Rose
Reviewed by Richard L. Fox

pp. 712-713

The Culture of Military Innovation: The Impact of Cultural Factors on the Revolution in Military Affairs in Russia, the US, and Israel, Dima Adamsky
Reviewed by David W. Kearn, Jr.

pp. 713-715

The International Politics of Intelligence Sharing, James Igoe Walsh
Reviewed by Arthur S. Hulnick

pp. 715-716

Saving Schools: From Horace Mann to Virtual Learning, Paul Peterson
Reviewed by Scott Abernathy

pp. 716-717

Globalization and the New Politics of Embedded Liberalism, Jude C. Hays
Reviewed by Andy Baker

pp. 717-719

Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times: Culture, Security and Populism in the New Europe, Mabel Berezin
Reviewed by Mark Kesselman

pp. 719-720

The Search for Reconciliation: Sino-Japanese and German-Polish Relations since World War II, Yinan He
Reviewed by Thomas Berger

pp. 720-722

Advice & Dissent: The Struggle to Shape the Federal Judiciary, Forrest Maltzman and Sarah A. Binder
Reviewed by Lisa M. Holmes

pp. 722-724

Us Against Them: Ethnocentric Foundations of American Opinion, Donald Kinder and Cindy Kam
Reviewed by Christina M. Greer

pp. 724-725

Blacks and the Quest for Economic Equality: The Political Economy of Employment in Southern Communities in the United States, James W. Button, Barbara A. Rienzo and Sheila L. Croucher
Reviewed by Charles W. Eagles

pp. 725-727

Envisioning America: New Chinese Americans and the Politics of Belonging, Tritia Toyota
Reviewed by Edward J.W. Park

pp. 727-728

Campaign Finance in Local Elections: Buying the Grassroots, Brian E. Adams
Reviewed by Bertram Johnson

pp. 728-729

Cycles of Spin: Strategic Communication in the U.S. Congress, Patrick Sellers
Reviewed by Corwin D. Smidt

pp. 729-731

Latino Lives in America: Making It Home, Michael Jones-Correa, Luis Ricardo Fraga, John A. Garcia, Rodney E. Hero, Valerie Martinez-Ebers and Gary M. Segura
Reviewed by Jeronimo Cortina

pp. 731-732

Moved to Action: Motivation, Participation, and Inequality in American Politics, Hahrie Han
Reviewed by Dara Z. Strolovitch

pp. 732-733

Party Position Change in American Politics: Coalition Management, David Karol
Reviewed by Walter C. Wilson

pp. 734-735

Presidential Party Building: Dwight D. Eisenhower to George W. Bush, Daniel J. Galvin
Reviewed by Steven E. Schier

pp. 735-736

Primary Politics: How Presidential Candidates Have Shaped the Modern Nominating System, Elaine C. Kamarck
Reviewed by Gar Culbert

pp. 736-738

Comparative Environmental Regulation in the United States and Russia: Institutions, Flexible Instruments, and Governance, Lada V. Kochtcheeva
Reviewed by Liliana B. Andonova

pp. 738-739

Africa: Unity, Sovereignty, and Sorrow, Pierre Englebert
Reviewed by A. Carl LeVan

pp. 739-741

After Khomeini: Iran Under His Successors, Saïd Amir Arjomand
Reviewed by Barbara Ann Flanagan

pp. 741-742

Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? What History Teaches Us About Strategic Barriers and International Security, Brent L. Sterling
Reviewed by George Gavrilis

pp. 742-743

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