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Power and Policy in Transition
Power and Policy in Transition
Edited by Vojtech Mastny
Greenwood Press, 1984, 271 pp

These essays, "presented on the tenth anniversary of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy in honor of its founder Hans J. Morgenthau," reflect the committee's opposition to dFtente with the Soviet Union, its support of Israel and its general neo-conservative flavor. Some of the pieces are extended political editorials, others are substantial and informative-for example, Mastny on Stalin, Rael Jean Isaac on the Institute for Policy Studies, and Stephanie Neuman on the arms race and American national interests.