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Yale Political Monthly 1990 November, The Politic, Inc. Nov 1990

Yale Political Monthly 1990 November, The Politic, Inc.

The Politic

No abstract provided.


Yale Political Monthly 1990 October, The Politic, Inc. Oct 1990

Yale Political Monthly 1990 October, The Politic, Inc.

The Politic

No abstract provided.


The Case For Negotiated Independence, James E. Crimmins, M R. Moore Jan 1990

The Case For Negotiated Independence, James E. Crimmins, M R. Moore

James E Crimmins

No abstract provided.


The Common Law And Benthamic Praxis: Crimmins On Postema’, James E. Crimmins Jan 1990

The Common Law And Benthamic Praxis: Crimmins On Postema’, James E. Crimmins

James E Crimmins

No abstract provided.


Book Review. Conceptual Change And The Constitution, Stephen A. Conrad Jan 1990

Book Review. Conceptual Change And The Constitution, Stephen A. Conrad

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Soviet National Security Decision Making, Kurt M. Campbell, Jeffrey W. Legro Jan 1990

Soviet National Security Decision Making, Kurt M. Campbell, Jeffrey W. Legro

Political Science Faculty Publications

Winston Churchill's characterization of the Soviet Union as a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma may overstate Western understanding of the USSR's national security decision-making. The evidence in this domain is sparse, and what we do have is incomplete. Indeed, the Soviets have taken extraordinary steps to maintain the black box that shields how and why their decisions are made. With these caveats in mind, knowledge of Soviet decision-making can be summed up in a few general statements. First, the Soviet leadership is an integrated political-military body, where political authority is dominant, but where the professional ...


The "L-Word": A Short History Of Liberalism, Terence Ball, Richard Dagger Jan 1990

The "L-Word": A Short History Of Liberalism, Terence Ball, Richard Dagger

Political Science Faculty Publications

Hence the question: Are these good or bad times for liberalism? To answer, we shall need a broader perspective than a survey of contemporary developments can provide. We shall need to look back, that is, to see what liberalism was in order to understand what it has become. Only then can we assess its current condition and prospects-and appreciate how politics in the United States is largely an intramural debate between different wings of liberalism.