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Political Science Quarterly Archives
Title Author Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
Political Science Quarterly, Winter Issue
- 49 Articles, 214pp
  • , pp. 577-600
    The Inversion of the New Deal Order
  • , pp. 601-618
  • , pp. 619-624
    Morality versus American National Interest
  • , pp. 625-628
    A Modest Proposal
  • , pp. 629-630
  • , pp. 631-648
    Roots of the Cold War in Asia
  • , pp. 649-672
  • , pp. 673-696
    The Polls and the Press in Britain
  • [+] Book Reviews
    (39 Reviews)
    , p. 697 - PDF
    1. [+]
      Diplomacy for a Crowded World, by George W. Ball
      , p. 697
      1. Diplomacy for a Crowded World by George W. Ball
    2. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      , p. 698
      1. Security in the Nuclear Age by Jerome H. Kahan
      2. Nuclear Weapons and International Behavior by Henry T. Nash
    3. [+]
      , pp. 699-700
      1. Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream by Doris Kearns Goodwin
    4. [+]
      , pp. 701-702
      1. The Twilight of Capitalism by Michael Harrington
    5. [+]
      , p. 703
      1. The Party's Choice by William R. Keech and Donald R. Matthews
    6. [+]
      , p. 704
      1. Explorations in Convention Decision Making by Denis G. Sullivan, Jeffrey L. Pressma...
    7. [+]
      , pp. 705-706
      1. Financing the 1972 Election by Herbert E. Alexander
    8. [+]
      , p. 707
      1. Party Dynamics by Richard L. Rubin
    9. [+]
      , pp. 708-709
      1. The Future of Political Parties by Louis Maisel and Paul M. Sacks
    10. [+]
      , p. 710
      1. Blacks in Power by Leonard A. Cole
    11. [+]
      , p. 711
      1. The Making of Congressmen by Alan L. Clem
    12. [+]
      , pp. 712-713
      1. Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics by Michael Wheeler
    13. [+]
      , pp. 714-715
      1. The Good Guys, the Bad Guys, and the First Amendment by Fred W. Friendly
    14. [+]
      , p. 716
      1. Are Government Organizations Immortal? by Herbert Kaufman
    15. [+]
      , pp. 717-718
      1. FBI: An Uncensored Look behind the Walls by Sanford J. Ungar
    16. [+]
      , p. 719
      1. Justice by Consent by Arthur Rosett and Donald R. Cressey
    17. [+]
      , pp. 720-721
      1. Financing the New Federalism by Wallace E. Oates
    18. [+]
      , p. 722
      1. The Urban Predicament by William Gorham and Nathan Glazer
    19. [+]
      , pp. 723-724
      1. Post-Industrial America by George Sternlieb and James W. Hughes
    20. [+]
      , pp. 725-726
      1. The Changing Face of the Suburbs by Barry Schwartz
    21. [+]
      , p. 727
      1. School Finance in Transition by John A. Pincus
    22. [+]
      , p. 728
      1. Philadelphia: The Federalist City by Richard G. Miller
    23. [+]
      , pp. 729-730
      1. Interest and Ideology by Bruce M. Russett and Elizabeth C. Hanson
    24. [+]
      , pp. 731-732
      1. The Public Image of Big Business in America, 1880-1940 by Louis Galambos and Barbara Barrow Spence
    25. [+]
      , p. 733
      1. Outer Space and Inner Sanctums by Michael Kinsley
    26. [+]
      , pp. 734-735
      1. Herbert H. Lehman and New York's Little New Deal by Robert P. Ingalls
    27. [+]
      , p. 736
      1. Madam Secretary: Frances Perkins by George Whitney Martin
    28. [+]
      , pp. 737-738
      1. A History of the ICC by Ari Hoogenboom and Olive Hoogenboom
    29. [+]
      , p. 739
      1. The 103rd Ballot by Robert K. Murray
    30. [+]
      , pp. 740-741
      1. The Abolitionist Legacy by James M. McPherson
    31. [+]
      , pp. 742-743
      1. American Slavery, American Freedom by Edmund S. Morgan
    32. [+]
      , p. 744
      1. Trotsky: An Appreciation of His Life by Joel Carmichael
    33. [+]
      , p. 745
      1. Asia and the Road Ahead by Robert A. Scalapino
    34. [+]
      , pp. 746-747
      1. Ballots for Freedom by Richard H. Sewell
    35. [+]
      , p. 748
      1. The History and Practice of the Political Police in Britain by Tony Bunyan
    36. [+]
      , pp. 749-750
      1. Politics and the Migrant Poor in Mexico City by Wayne A. Cornelius
    37. [+]
      , pp. 751-753
      1. Multinational Corporations and the Politics of Dependence by Theodore H. Moran
    38. [+]
      , p. 754
      1. The Politics of Pluralism by David R. Smock and Audrey C. Smock
    39. [+]
      , pp. 755-756
      1. Coups and Army Rule in Africa by Samuel Decalo
  • , pp. 757-758
    1. Coups and Army Rule in Africa by Samuel Decalo
  • , pp. 759-780
    1. Coups and Army Rule in Africa by Samuel Decalo