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Emilio Del Toro

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Diplomacy, Democracy, Security: Two Centuries in Contrast
Harry R. Rudin

pp. 161-181

The Soviet Union is Not a Socialist Society (In "Defense" of V. M. Molotov)
Samuel Kucherov

pp. 182-202

From the Indus to the Jordan: Characteristics of Middle East International River Disputes
Abraham M. Hirsch

pp. 203-222

Federalism and Labor Regulation in the United States and Australia
M. J. C. Vile

pp. 223-241

Is There a Revolt Against Reason?
Bernard W. Wishy

pp. 242-256

Congressional Control of Agricultural Conservation Policy: A Case Study of the Appropriations Process
David C. Knapp

pp. 257-281

Modern Political Parties: Approaches to Comparative Politics, Sigmund Neumann
Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein

pp. 282-283

Elections and Electors: Studies in Democratic Representation, J. F. S. Ross
Reviewed by R. K. Webb

pp. 283-285

Congressional Politics in the Second World War, Roland Young
Reviewed by William G. Carleton

pp. 285-287

Politics and Science, William Esslinger and Albert Einstein

pp. 287-289

Energy and Society: The Relation Between Energy, Social Change, and Economic Development, Fred Cottrell
Reviewed by Bernard Barber

pp. 289-291

Historical Inevitability, Isaiah Berlin
Reviewed by J. B. Stewart

pp. 291-292

Jean-Jacques Rousseau: A Critical Study of His Life and Writings, F. C. Green
Reviewed by Peter Gay

pp. 292-293

Continuity and Change in Russian and Soviet Thought, Ernest J. Simmons
Reviewed by Harold H. Fisher

pp. 294-296

The Origin of the Communist Autocracy: Political Opposition in the Soviet State, First Phase, 1917-1922, Leonard Schapiro
Reviewed by Samuel Hendel

pp. 296-298

Selected Works. Vol. I: 1926-1936; Vol. II: 1937-1938; Vol. III: 1939-1941, Mao Tse-Tung
Reviewed by Chester C. Tan

pp. 298-299

Japan's Modern Century, Hugh Borton
Reviewed by William W. Lockwood

pp. 300-301

A History of South-East Asia, D. G. E. Hall
Reviewed by Russell H. Fifield

pp. 301-302

The Great Experiment: An Introduction to the History of the American People, Frank Thistlethwaite
Reviewed by Donald Sheehan

pp. 303-304

Middle-Class Democracy and the Revolution in Massachusetts, 1691-1780, Robert E. Brown
Reviewed by Clifford K. Shipton

pp. 306-308

Il Pensiero Politico degli Autori del "Federalist", Aldo Garosci ; Il Federalista, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Gaspare Ambrosini, Guglielomo Negri and Mario d'Addio
Reviewed by Gerald Stourzh

pp. 309-312

Labor Disputes and Their Settlement, Kurt Braun
Reviewed by Joseph P. Goldberg

pp. 312-313

The Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance: Civic Humanism and Republican Liberty in an Age of Classicism and Tyranny, Hans Baron
Reviewed by Garrett Mattingly

pp. 314-315

Mainsprings of the German Revival, Henry C. Wallich
Reviewed by Nathan Reich

pp. 315-317

Francisco I. Madero: Apostle of Mexican Democracy, Stanley R. Ross
Reviewed by Robert J. Alexander

pp. 317-318

The Gold Coast in Transition, David E. Apter
Reviewed by L. Gray Cowan

pp. 318-320

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