Mandela's South Africa--and After

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"Madison’s Audience" by Larry D. Kramer, in Harvard Law Review (Jan. 1999), Gannett House, 1511 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 02138.

"Oh, Woe Is Us! Well, Maybe Not" by Paul Starobin, in National Journal (Jan. 16, 1999), 1501 M St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005.

"The Lonely Superpower" by Samuel P. Huntington, in Foreign Affairs (Mar.–Apr. 1999), 58 E. 68th St., New York, N.Y. 10021.

"The Pinochet Dilemma" by Ricardo Lagos and Heraldo Muñoz, and "The Long Arm of the Law" by Anne-Marie Slaughter, in Foreign Policy (Spring 1999), 1779 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036; "Something’s Got to Give" by Jeremy Rabkin, in The National Interest (Spring 1999), 1112 16th St., N.W., Ste. 540, Washington, D.C. 20036.

"A Widening Gap between the U.S. Military and Civilian Society? Some Evidence, 1976-96" by Ole R. Holsti, in International Security (Winter 1998-99), MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. 02142.

"Reversal of Fortune? The Recovery of the U.S. Semiconductor Industry" by Jeffrey T. Macher, David C. Mowery, and David A. Hodges, in California Management Review (Fall 1998), Univ. of California, S549 Haas School of Business #1900, Berkeley, Calif. 94720–1900.

"Can Leadership Be Taught?" by Peter Coy, in Cornell Magazine (Nov.–Dec. 1998), Cornell Alumni Federation, 55 Brown Rd., Ithaca, N.Y. 14850–1247.

"The Strength of a Weak State: The Rights Revolution and the Rise of Human Resources Management Divisions" by Frank Dobbin and John R. Sutton, in American Journal of Sociology (Sept. 1998), 5835 S. Kimbark, Chicago, Ill. 60637.

"The Strength of a Weak State: The Rights Revolution and the Rise of Human Resources Management Divisions" by Frank Dobbin and John R. Sutton, in American Journal of Sociology (Sept. 1998), 5835 S. Kimbark, Chicago, Ill. 60637.

"Edward Said’s ‘Orientalism’ Revisited" by Keith Windschuttle, in The New Criterion (Jan. 1999), 850 Seventh Ave., New York, N.Y. 10019.

"Getting to the Source: Hetty Shepard, Dorothy Dudley, and Other Fictional Colonial Women I Have Come to Know Altogether Too Well" by Mary Beth Norton, in Journal of Women’s History (Autumn 1998), Dept. of History, Ohio State Univ., 106 Dulles Hall, 230 W. 17th Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43210–1367.

"The Invention of ‘Welfare’ in America" by Michael B. Katz and Lorrin R. Thomas, in Journal of Policy History (1998: No. 4), Saint Louis Univ., P.O. Box 56907, St. Louis, Mo. 63156–0907.

"The Thomas Jefferson Paternity Case," letters from E. A. Foster et al., in Nature (Jan. 7, 1999), Porters South, 4 Crinan St., London N1 9XW, England; "The Tom-and-Sally Miniseries (Cont.)" by Lewis Lord, in U.S. News & World Report (Jan. 18, 1999), 1050 Thomas Jefferson St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007.

"Local TV News: What Works, What Flops, and Why" by Tom Rosentiel, Carl Gottlieb, and Lee Ann Brady, in Columbia Journalism Review (Jan.–Feb. 1999), 2950 Broadway, Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. 10027.

"The Making of Religious Policy, 1533–1546: Henry VIII and the Search for the Middle Way" by G. W. Bernard, in The Historical Journal (June 1998), Cambridge Univ. Press, Journals Dept., 40 W. 20th St., New York, N.Y. 10011–4211.

"Jews and Catholics: Beyond Apologies" by David Novak, in First Things (Jan. 1999), 156 Fifth Ave., Ste. 400, New York, N.Y. 10010.

"Why Settle Down? The Mystery of Communities" by Michael Balter, and "The Slow Birth of Agriculture" by Heather Pringle, in Science (Nov. 20, 1998), American Assn. for the Advancement of Science, 1200 New York Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005.

"Objective Visions" by Bruce Bower, in Science News (Dec. 5, 1998), 1719 N St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.

"How Costly Is ‘Clean’? An Analysis of the Benefits and Costs of Superfund Site Remediations" by James T. Hamilton and W. Kip Viscusi, in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (Winter 1999), Univ. of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, 3620 Locust Walk, Ste. 3100, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104–6372.

"Darwin and Dickens" by Nick Gillespie, in Reason (Nov. 1998), 3415 Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 400, Los Angeles, Calif. 90034–6064.

"China’s Other Cultural Revolution" by Charles Ruas, in Art in America (Sept. 1998), 575 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10012.

"Who Reads Nonfiction?" by Beth Luey, in Publishing Research Quarterly (Spring 1998), P.O. Box 2423, Bridgeport, Conn. 06608–0423.

"The Rise of English Nationalism" by Robin Harris, in The National Interest (Winter 1998–99), 1112 16th St., N.W., Ste. 540, Washington, D.C. 20036; "Identity Crisis," in The Economist (Oct. 3, 1998), 25 St. James’s St., London SW1A 1HG.

"The Life, Death and Resurrection of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Moscow" by Andrew Gentes, in History Workshop Journal (Autumn 1998), Oxford Univ. Press, Great Clarendon St., Oxford OX2 6DP, England.

"The Privilege of Choosing: The Fallout from Japan’s Economic Crisis" by Masaru Tamamoto, in World Policy Journal (Fall 1998), World Policy Institute, New School University, 65 Fifth Ave., Ste. 413, New York, N.Y. 10003.

Reviews of new research at public agencies and private institutions

Book Reviews

RUSSIA UNDER WESTERN EYES. By Martin Malia. Harvard Univ. Press. 514 pp. $35

DR. FREUD: A Life. By Paul Ferris. Counterpoint. 464 pp. $30

FREUD: Conflict and Culture. Edited by Michael S. Roth. Knopf. 272 pp. $26

AN EMPIRE WILDERNESS: Travels into America’s Future. By Robert D. Kaplan. Random House. 384 pp. $27.50

AT HOME WITH THE MARQUIS DE SADE: A Life. By Francine du Plessix Gray. Simon & Schuster. 491 pp. $27.50

SADE: A Biographical Essay. By Laurence L. Bongie. Univ. of Chicago Press. 336 pp. $29

VIRTUAL REALISM. By Michael Heim. Oxford Univ. Press. 264 pp. $26


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