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A: The current Version 2.0 release of UNZ.org incorporates major design changes from the previous version, but nearly all of the same underlying printed content is still available. Given the relatively slight use of the previous links to external videos and webzines, these portions have been removed, thereby streamlining access to the printed materials which constitute the main value of the system. Another major change has been the widespread use of Javascript, rendering most of the pages "reactive" as you begin entering information.

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Year 1995 Archives
American Political Science Review Archives
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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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    1. American Political Science Review
      , September 1995, pp. 601-611
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      (Review)
      LBJ and Vietnam, by George C. Herring
      1. LBJ and Vietnam by George C. Herring
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 206
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      (Review)
      Seducing America, by Roderick P. Hart
      1. Seducing America by Roderick P. Hart
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, pp. 203-204
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      (2 Reviews)
      The State Roots of National Politics, by Michael B. Berkman
      1. The State Roots of National Politics by Michael B. Berkman
      2. Public Opinion and Policy Leadership in the American States by Phillip W. Roeder
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 197
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      (Review)
      Rights at Work, by Michael W. McCann
      1. Rights at Work by Michael W. McCann
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 211
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      (2 Reviews)
      Values and Public Policy, by Thomas E. Mann, Henry J. Aaron, and T...
      1. Values and Public Policy by Thomas E. Mann, Henry J. Aaron, and T...
      2. Public Policy for Democracy by Helen Ingram and Steven Rathgeb Smith
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, pp. 191-192
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      (Review)
      Less Than Meets the Eye, by Barbara Hinckley
      1. Less Than Meets the Eye by Barbara Hinckley
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 207
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      (Review)
      The Supreme Court and Constitutional Theory, 1953-1993, by Ronald Kahn
      1. The Supreme Court and Constitutional Theory, 1953-1993 by Ronald Kahn
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 209
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      (2 Reviews)
      Alternative Tracks, by Gerald Berk
      1. Alternative Tracks by Gerald Berk
      2. The Iron Horse and the Constitution by Richard C. Cortner
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, pp. 195-196
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      (Review)
      Between the Lines, by R. Shep Melnick
      1. Between the Lines by R. Shep Melnick
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 213
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      (Review)
      The Presidency in a Separated System, by Charles O. Jones
      1. The Presidency in a Separated System by Charles O. Jones
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 208
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      The Decline of Comity in Congress, by Eric M. Uslaner
      1. The Decline of Comity in Congress by Eric M. Uslaner
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, pp. 215-216
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      (Review)
      The Mild Voice of Reason, by Joseph M. Bessette
      1. The Mild Voice of Reason by Joseph M. Bessette
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 198
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      (Review)
      The Capacity for Wonder, by William R. Lowry
      1. The Capacity for Wonder by William R. Lowry
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 210
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      (Review)
      The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning, by Frank Fischer and John Forester
      1. The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning by Frank Fischer and John Forester
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, pp. 201-202
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      (Review)
      Creating the Constitution, by Thornton Anderson
      1. Creating the Constitution by Thornton Anderson
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 193
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      (Review)
      Policy and Opinion in the Gulf War, by John Mueller
      1. Policy and Opinion in the Gulf War by John Mueller
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 214
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      (Review)
      The Fatal Embrace, by Benjamin Ginsberg
      1. The Fatal Embrace by Benjamin Ginsberg
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 203
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      (Review)
      The Dynamics of American Politics, by Lawrence C. Dodd and Calvin Jillson
      1. The Dynamics of American Politics by Lawrence C. Dodd and Calvin Jillson
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 199
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      (Review)
      Privatopia, by Evan McKenzie
      1. Privatopia by Evan McKenzie
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1995, p. 212