- Books Received
Books Received, July 1999 (No.3)
The books listed below were recently received by the editors. A listing here does not preclude a review in a future issue.
Calling Elections: The History of Horse-Race Journalism. By Thomas B. Littlewood. University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. 202 pp.
Clinton's World: Remaking American Foreign Policy. Edited by William G. Hyland. Praeger, 1999. 220 pp.
The Color Of Freedom: Race and Contemporary American Liberalism. By David Carroll Cochran. State University of New York Press, 1999. 207 pp.
Debating Democracy's Discontent: Essays on American Politics, Law, and Public Philosophy. Edited by Anita L. Allen and Milton C. Regan, Jr. Oxford University Press, 1998. 391 pp.
Economic Casualties: How U.S. Foreign Policy Undermines Trade, Growth, and Liberty. Edited by Solveig Singleton and Daniel T. Griswold. Cato Institute, 1999. 122 pp.
Gray Dawn: How the Coming Age Wave Will Transform America--and the World. By Peter G. Peterson. Times Books, 1999. 280 pp.
The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years. By Lawrence S. Kaplan. Praeger, 1999. 262 pp.
Making Party Democracy in Greece. By Takis S. Pappas. St. Martin's, 1999. 226 pp.
The Media in American Politics: Contents and Consequences. By David L. Paletz. Longman, 1999. 394 pp.
The New England Town Meeting: Democracy in Action. By Joseph F. Zimmerman. Praeger, 1999. 231 pp.
Party Formation and Democratic Transition in Spain: The Creation and Collapse of the Union of the Democratic Centre. By Jonathan Hopkin. St. Martin's, 1999. 289 pp.
Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America. Edited by Charles T. Clotfelter and Thomas Ehrlich. Indiana University Press, 1999. 560 pp.
Preparing America's Foreign Policy for the Twenty-first Century. Edited by David L. Boren and Edward J. Perkins. University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. 432 pp.
Religious Institutions and Minor Parties in the United States. By Christopher P. Gilbert, David A.M. Peterson, Timothy R. Johnson, and Paul A. Djupe. Praeger, 1999. 178 pp.
Speaking to the People: The Rhetorical Presidency in Historical Perspective. By Richard J. Ellis. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. 283 pp.
The Style of Paris: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment. By George Huppert. Indiana University Press, 1999. 146 pp.
Talking to Strangers: Improving American Diplomacy at Home and Abroad. By Monteagle Stearns. 4th ed. Princeton University Press, 1999. 201 pp.
Uneasy Alliances: Race and Party Competition in America. By Paul Frymer. Princeton University Press, 1999. 214 pp.
The Wilsonian Century: U.S. Foreign Policy Since 1900. By Frank Ninkovich. University of Chicago Press, 1999. 320 pp.
African Issues: The Criminalization of the State in Africa. By Jean-FranÇois Bayart, Stephen Ellis, and Beatrice Hibou. Indiana University Press, 1999. 126 pp.
Africa's New Leaders: Democracy or State Reconstruction? By Marina Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1999. 138 pp.
Disarmament and Defence Industrial Adjustment in South Africa. By Peter Batchelor and Susan Willett. Oxford University Press, 1998. 249 pp.
Fault Lines: Journeys into the New South Africa. By David Goodman. University of California Press, 1999. 400 pp.
South Africa in Transition: The Misunderstood Miracle. By Adrian Guelke. I.B. Tauris, 1999. 211 pp.
Stabilizing Nigeria: Sanctions, Incentives, and Support for Civil Society. By Peter M. Lewis, Pearl T. Robinson, and Barnett R. Rubin. The Council on Foreign Relations and the Century Foundation, 1998. 152 pp.
The Environment and Security in Pacific Asia. By Alan Dupont. Oxford University Press, 1998. 94 pp.
Gadflying China: A Democratic Perspective. By X. Drew Liu. China Strategic Institute, 1999. 277 pp.
A Moment of Anguish: Singapore in Malaysia and the Politics of Disen-gagement. By Albert Lau. Times Academic Press, 1998. 312 pp.
The Politics of Indonesia. By Damien Kingsbury. Oxford University Press, 1998. 286 pp.
The Singapore Story. By Lee Kuan Yew. Prentice Hall, 1998. 680 pp.
To Be Free: Stories from Asia's Struggle Against Oppression. By Chee Soon Juan. Monash Asia Institute, 1998. 390 pp.
Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture, and Society Since 1939. Edited by Sabrina P. Ramet. Indiana University Press, 1998. 426 pp.
Equality By Design: The Grand Experiment in Destratification in Socialist Hungary. By Szonja Szelényi...