Political Development in Eastern Europe

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NAME INDEX
Afanasyev, Viktor G., 74
Almond, Gabriel A., 34, 47
Apter, David E., 34
Armstrong, John A., 16
Barbic, Ana, 152, 153, 156
Baucic, Ivo, 345, 350
Beria, Lavrentii, 104, 317
Brezhnev, Leonid Ilich, 56, 76, 78
Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 3; The Soviet Bloc, 241, 320
Bukharin, Nikolai, 57
Campbell, John C., 318
Ceausescu, Nicolae, 76, 80, 217, 298
Churchill, Sir Winston, 316
Cojocaru, Constantin, 65
Conquest, Robert, 31
Croan, Melvin, 4, 74
Dahl, Robert, 178
Deutsch, Karl, 283, 335, 352
Dubcek, Alexander, 54
Easton, David, 34
Ellman, Michael, 63
Feld, Werner, 324
Fleron, Frederic J., 45
Friedrich, Carl J., 3; and Z. Brzezinski, 32
Gitelman, Zvi, 285
Gomulka, Wladyslaw, 54, 55
Grecic, Vladimir, 348
Griffiths, William, 12
Grossman, Gregory, 324
Hammond, Thomas, 181
Hewett, Edward A., 263
Hough, Jerry, 150
Huntington, Samuel P., 4, 7-14, 36, 122, 125, 147, 283, 301
Ionescu, Ghita, 7, 321
Jarosz, Maria, 129
Johnson, Chalmers, 119
Johnson, Lyndon B., 320
Johnson, Paul, economic reform scale, 44- 45
Jowitt, Kenneth, 74, 80
Kadar, Janos, 5
Kanet, Roger E., 296
Kassof, Allen, 31
Kesselman, Mark, 124
Khrushchev, Nikita S., 5, 54, 55, 81, 104, 106
Komarica, Zvonimir, 339
Korbonski, Andrzej, 270, 330
Kautsky, John, 4
Lenin, Vladimir I., 283
Lerner, Daniel, 348
Little, Richard D., 150
Lodge, Milton, 45
Lowenthal, Richard, 17
Malenkov, Georgii, 317
Marx, Karl, 84, 188
McMillan, Carl H., 264
McNamara, Robert S., 105
Meyer, Alfred, 11, 31
Miller, Arthur, 325
Mil'ner, B., 71-72
Nelson, Daniel, 162, 163
Nelson, Joan, 147
Nie, Norman H., 120
Nixon, Raymond B., 46
Novotny, Antonin, 5, 54, 104, 248
Pryor, Frederic L., 68
Pye, Lucian, 35
Rakosi, Matyas, 5
Rankovic, Alexander, 337, 353
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 316
Rosenau, James, 277
Rush, Myron, 13
Rusk, Dean, 320

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