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Political Science Quarterly Archives
Title Author Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
Political Science Quarterly, January 1991 Issue
- 52 Articles, 212pp
  • , pp. 1-16
  • , pp. 17-32
  • , pp. 33-56
  • , pp. 57-82
    Restraining More Than Remaking Governments
  • , pp. 83-108
    The Power of Names and Naming
  • , pp. 109-122
  • , pp. 123-128
    A Review Essay
  • [+] Book Reviews
    (44 Reviews)
    , p. 129 - PDF
    1. [+]
      Constitutionalism, Democracy, and Foreign Affa...
      , p. 129
      1. Constitutionalism, Democracy, and Foreign Affairs by Louis Henkin
    2. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      , pp. 130-131
      1. China Rising by Lee Feigon
      2. China's Crisis by Andrew J. Nathan
    3. [+]
      , pp. 132-133
      1. China's Unfinished Revolution by James M. Ethridge
    4. [+]
      , p. 134
      1. Soldiers and the Soviet State by Timothy J. Colton and Thane Gustafson
    5. [+]
      , pp. 135-136
      1. Civilian-Based Defense by Gene Sharp
    6. [+]
      , p. 137
      1. The New Deal and Its Legacy by Robert Eden
    7. [+]
      , pp. 138-139
      1. The Fifth Branch by Sheila Jasanoff
    8. [+]
      , p. 140
      1. South Africa's Foreign Policy by James P. Barber and John Barrett
    9. [+]
      , p. 141
      1. The Politics of Rich and Poor by Kevin P. Phillips
    10. [+]
      , p. 142
      1. The Loyalties of Voters by Richard Rose and Ian McAllister
    11. [+]
      , pp. 143-144
      1. The Environmental Protection Agency by Marc K. Landy, Marc J. Roberts, and S...
    12. [+]
      , p. 145
      1. Deadly Dilemmas by James H. Lebovic
    13. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      , pp. 146-148
      1. Eisenhower: Soldier and President by Stephen E. Ambrose
      2. Eisenhower: Turning the World Toward Peace by Harold E. Stassen and Marshall Houts
    14. [+]
      , pp. 149-150
      1. Lucius D. Clay: An American Life by Jean Edward Smith
    15. [+]
      , p. 151
      1. The Limits of Alliance by Douglas Stuart and William Tow
    16. [+]
      , p. 152
      1. The Cold War and Defense by Keith Neilson and Ronald G. Haycock
    17. [+]
      , p. 153
      1. Rethinking the Pacific by Gerald Segal
    18. [+]
      , pp. 154-155
      1. Public Opinion, Polls and Democracy by Irving Crespi
    19. [+]
      , p. 156
      1. The United States and Egypt by William B. Quandt
    20. [+]
      , pp. 157-158
      1. The Founding of Israeli Democracy, 1948-1967 by Peter Y. Medding
    21. [+]
      , p. 159
      1. The Parties Respond by L. Sandy Maisel
    22. [+]
      , p. 160
      1. Belonging to America by Kenneth L. Karst
    23. [+]
      , p. 161
      1. The Money Chase by David B. Magleby and Candice J. Nelson
    24. [+]
      , pp. 162-163
      1. Governors and Legislatures: Contending Powers by Alan Rosenthal
    25. [+]
      , p. 164
      1. Black Entrepreneurship in America by Shelley Green and Paul Pryde
    26. [+]
      , pp. 165-166
      1. Race Redevelopment and the New Company Town by Daniel J. Monti
    27. [+]
      , p. 167
      1. Supremely Political by John Massaro
    28. [+]
      , p. 168
      1. City Choices: Education and Housing by Kenneth K. Wong
    29. [+]
      , p. 169
      1. The Politics of Plant Closings by John Portz
    30. [+]
      , pp. 170-171
      1. Coping with Mandates by Michael Fix and Daphne A. Kenyon
    31. [+]
      , p. 172
      1. The Justice Juggernaut by Diana R. Gordon
    32. [+]
      , p. 173
      1. Rules for Rulers by Arnold J. Meltsner
    33. [+]
      , pp. 174-175
      1. The Privatization Decision by John D. Donahue
    34. [+]
      , p. 176
      1. Tar Heel Politics by Paul Luebke
    35. [+]
      , pp. 177-178
      1. The Cause that Failed by Guenter Lewy
    36. [+]
      , p. 179
      1. Nicaragua's Other Revolution by J. Michael Dodson and Laura Nuzzi O'S...
    37. [+]
      , p. 180
      1. Political Economy of European Integration by Paolo Guerrieri and Pier Carlo Padoan
    38. [+]
      , pp. 181-182
      1. Autonomy, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination by Hurst Hannum
    39. [+]
      , p. 183
      1. Middle Power Internationalism by Cranford Pratt
    40. [+]
      , p. 184
      1. Sweden: Social Democracy in Practice by Henry Milner
    41. [+]
      , pp. 185-186
      1. The Indochinese Refugee Dilemma by Valerie O'Connor Sutter
    42. [+]
      , pp. 187-188
      1. The Political Unification of Korea in the 1990s by Young Jeh Kim
    43. [+]
      , p. 189
      1. Entangling Alliances by John Maxwell Hamilton
    44. [+]
      , p. 190
      1. Culture Shift in Advanced Industrial Society by Ronald Inglehart
  • , pp. 191-204
    1. Culture Shift in Advanced Industrial Society by Ronald Inglehart