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    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    Party Rivalry and Political Change in Taisho Japan, by Peter Duus
    1. Party Rivalry and Political Change in Taisho Japan by Peter Duus
    American Political Science Review, September 1969, p. 966
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    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Why Poor People Stay Poor, by Michael Lipton
    1. Why Poor People Stay Poor by Michael Lipton
    American Political Science Review, March 1979, p. 297
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    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Disorder Under Heaven, by James W. Tong
    1. Disorder Under Heaven by James W. Tong
    American Political Science Review, December 1992, p. 1095
  4. Great Expectations
    The Business Correspondence of "Gibbons & Lammot," Gold Rush Black Powder Merchants
    California History, December 2, 1976, pp. 290-305
  5. Ikki (1995)
    Social Conflict and Political Protest in Early Modern Japan
    2 Reviews
  6. Mass Movement and Democracy
    Sokagakkai in Japanese Politics
    American Political Science Review, September 1967, pp. 744-750
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Imperial Japan's Higher Civil Service Examinations, by Robert M. Spaulding, Jr.
    1. Imperial Japan's Higher Civil Service Examinations by Robert M. Spaulding, Jr.
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1970, pp. 345-347
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Japanese Urbanism, by Gary D. Allinson
    1. Japanese Urbanism by Gary D. Allinson
    Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1977, pp. 181-182
  9. The Sokagakkai and Mass Society (1970)
    2 Reviews
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    Tradition and Politics in Studies of Contemporary Japan (4 Reviews)
    Election Campaigning Japanese Style, by Gerald L. Curtis
    1. Election Campaigning Japanese Style by Gerald L. Curtis
    2. Party in Power by Haruhiro Fukui
    3. Japanese Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics by Donald C. Hellmann
    4. How the Conservatives Rule Japan by Nathaniel B. Thayer
    World Politics, April 1974, pp. 400-427
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