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David M. Abshire • 8 Items / 7 Books, 1 Review
The Growing Power of Congress (1981)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Growing Power of Congress, by David M. Abshire and Ralph D. Nurnberger
    1. The Growing Power of Congress by David M. Abshire and Ralph D. Nurnberger
    Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1982, p. 141
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    The United States and Canada (7 Reviews)
    The Atom Bomb Spies, by H. Montgomery Hyde
    1. The Atom Bomb Spies by H. Montgomery Hyde
    2. Dictionary of American Diplomatic History by John E. Findling
    3. The Growing Power of Congress by David M. Abshire and Ralph D. Nurnberger
    4. The Secretary of Defense by Douglas Kinnard
    5. Setting National Priorities: The 1984 Budget by Joseph A. Pechman
    6. U.S. Foreign Policy and the Law of the Sea by Ann L. Hollick
    7. The Vietnam Trauma in American Foreign Policy, 1945-75 by Paul M. Kattenburg
    Orbis, Summer 1981, p. 454
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Purposes of American Power by Robert W. Tucker
    2. Strategies for the 1980s by Philip van Slyck
    3. New Rules by Daniel Yankelovich
    4. Setting National Priorities: The 1984 Budget by Joseph A. Pechman
    5. The New Congress by Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein
    6. The Growing Power of Congress by David M. Abshire and Ralph D. Nurnberger
    7. Governing America by Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
    8. Javits by Jacob K. Javits and Rafael Steinberg
    9. The Declassified Eisenhower by Blanche Wiesen Cook
    10. Washington Dispatches, 1941-45 by H.G. Nicholas
    11. The Road to Nuremberg by Bradley F. Smith
    12. The United States, Great Britain, and the Cold War, 1944-1947 by Terry H. Anderson
    13. The Adversaries by Michael Balfour
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1981, pp. 205-206