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John Dunn • 21 Items / 14 Books, 7 Reviews
Modern Revolutions (1972)
An Introduction to the Analysis of a Political Phenomenon
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Published Reviews
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    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    Modern Revolutions, by John Dunn
    1. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    American Political Science Review, September 1974, p. 1351
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    Russian Language Course (Review)
    Modern Revolutions, by John Dunn
    1. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    The Anglo-Soviet Journal, September 1972, pp. 51-54
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    Modern Revolutions, by John Dunn
    1. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    2. Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century by Robin D.S. Higham
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1974, pp. 232-233
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    General (3 Reviews)
    The Myth of the Guerrilla, by J. Bowyer Bell
    1. The Myth of the Guerrilla by J. Bowyer Bell
    2. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    3. The Fourth Dimension of Warfare by Michael Elliott-Bateman
    The American Historical Review, June 1976, p. 567
  5. Special Book Section: History & Politics
    The Lure of Revolutionary Revolution (6 Reviews)
    Europe, Mother of Revolutions, by Friedrich Heer
    1. Europe, Mother of Revolutions by Friedrich Heer
    2. The Struggle Against History by Ronald Segal
    3. Dynamics of Counterrevolution in Europe, 1870-1956 by Arno J. Mayer
    4. The Revolution and the Civil War in Spain by Pierre Broue and Emile Temime
    5. Revolution in Central Europe, 1918-1919 by F.L. Carsten
    6. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    Encounter, July 1972, pp. 45-49
  6. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (14 Reviews)
    The Economic Theory of Representative Government, by Albert Breton
    1. The Economic Theory of Representative Government by Albert Breton
    2. The Fabulous Ego by Milton Klonsky
    3. Foreign Policy Analysis by Howard H. Lentner
    4. The Golden Bowl Be Broken by Richard Critchfield
    5. The Law of International Cartels by Heinrich David Kronstein
    6. The Millennium Postponed by Edward Hyams
    7. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    8. Multilateral Sanctions in International Law by C. Lloyd Brown-John
    9. Political Terrorism by Paul Wilkinson
    10. The Politics of Trade by Douglas Evans
    11. Quantitative Techniques in Foreign Policy Analysis and Forecasting by Michael K. O'Leary and William D. Coplin
    12. Raw Material Supply in a Multipolar World by Yuan-li Wu
    13. Toynbee on Toynbee by Arnold J. Toynbee and G.R. Urban
    14. Understanding World Politics by Kenneth W. Thompson
    Orbis, Spring 1975, pp. 280-282
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Imperialism by George Lichtheim
    2. The Conventions of Crisis by Coral Bell
    3. Crisis, Escalation, War by Ole R. Holsti
    4. Crises and Sequences in Political Development by Leonard Binder, James S. Coleman, and Joseph LaPalombara, ...
    5. Faces of Nationalism by Boyd C. Shafer
    6. Democracy by Dorothy M. Pickles
    7. Commonwealth by H. Duncan Hall
    8. Between Nothingness and Paradise by Gerhart Niemeyer
    9. The Human Basis of the Polity by Jeanne N. Knutson
    10. Peaceful Change in Modern Society by E. Berkeley Tompkins
    11. Coercion by J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman
    12. Building the City of Man by W. Warren Wagar
    13. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
    14. Anarchy and Order by Herbert Read
    15. Anarchism Today by David E. Apter and James Joll
    16. Comparative Political Corruption by James C. Scott
    17. Peace in Parts by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
    18. The Future of the International Legal Order, Vol. I by Richard A. Falk and Cyril E. Black
    19. The Legal Regime of Hydrospace by Edward D. Brown
    20. The Use and Abuse of Social Science by Irving Louis Horowitz
    Foreign Affairs, July 1972, pp. 765-766