Various books, pamphlets, tapes, and periodicals, solicited and unsolicited, are received from time to time at the editorial offices of the Military Law Redew. With volume SO, the Remew began adding short descriptive comments ta the standard bibliographic information published in previous volumes. These comments are prepared by the editor after brief examination of the publications discussed. The number of items received makes formal review of the great majority of them impossible.

The comments in these notes are not intended to be interpreted asrecommendations for or against the books and ather witings described. These comments serve only as information for the guidance of ow readers who may want to obtain and examine one or more of the publications further on their own initiative. However, description of an item in this section does not preclude simultaneous or subsequent review in the Military Law Reeiew.

Nates are set forth in Section V, below, are arranged in alphabetical order by name af the fist author or editor listed in the publication, and are numbered accordingiy. In Section 111, Authors or Editors of Publications Noted, and in Section IV, Titles Noted, below, the number in parentheses following each entry is the number ofthe corresponding note in Section V. Far books having more than one principal author or editor, all authors and editors are listed in Section 111.

In Section 11, Publishers or Printers of Publications Xoted, all h s or organizations are listed whose names are dispiayed on the cover or onor near the title page of a noted publication. Excluded from this list are institutional authors and editors who are listed in Section 111. No distinction is made in Section I1 among coppight owners, licensees, distributers, or printers for hire.

The opinions and conclusions expressed in the notes in Section V are those of the editor of the Mzltiary Law Revzm. They do not necessarily reflect the views of The Judge Advocate General's School, the Department of the Amy, or any other governmental agency.


Alien Smith Company, Indianapoiis, Indiana (No. 26).

Anchor PresslDoubieday & Company, Ine., Garden City, N.Y. (Nos. 6, 6, and 7).

Army, see U.S. Army.

Bobbs-Merrill Company and Michie Company, Charlottesviile, Virpia (No. 14).

Brassey's Publishers Ltd., London, United Kingdom (No. 17).

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington, D.C. (Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 19).

CBS, Ine.,and Holt, Rinehart & Winston (Praeger Publishers), New York, N.Y. (Nos. 10 and 22).

Crane, Russak & Co., he., New York, N.Y.

(Nos. 17, 24, and 25).

Department of Defense, Washington, D.C. (No.


Department of the Army, Washington, D.C. (Nos. 9 and 16).

DolphidDaubieday & Company, he., New York, N.Y. (No. 23)

Doubleday & Company, Inc. (including Anchor Press and Dolphin), Garden City, N.Y. (Nos. 6, 6, 7, 21, and 23).

Facts on File, he., New York, N.Y. (Nos. 16 and 181.

Government, see U.S. Government.

Holt, Rinehart & WinstoniCBS, Inc. (Praeger hblishers), New Yark, N.Y. (Nos. 10 and 22).

Lawyers Cc-operative Publishing Company, Rochester, N.Y. (No. 28).

Michie CompanylBobbs-Med Company, Inc., Charlottesville, Va. (No. 14).


New Jersey Law Journal, Newark, N.J. (No. 31).

Practicing Law Institute, New York, N.Y. (Nos. 20 and 29)

Praegerhblishers, Div. of Hoit, Rinehart & WinstoniCBS, Inc., NewYork, N.Y. (Nos. 10 and 22).

Seven Arts Press, Inc., Hollywood, California (Nos. 11, 12, and 13).

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden (No. 27).

Taylor & Francis, Ltd., London, U.K. (No. 27).

Toronto, University of, Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (No. 30)

U.S. Army AG Publications Center, Baltimore, Maryland (No. 9). See also Department of the Army; Department of Defense.

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Nos. 8 and 161,

University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (No. 30).


Aaron, Benjamin, Joseph R. Grodin, and James L. Stem, editors, Public Sector Bargaming (No. 1).

Blake, George P., and Peter G. Nash, editors, Appropliate Units foor

Collectwe Bargaining (No. 20).

Bureau of National Affairs, Labor Relations Yearbook--1978 (No. 2).

Bureau of National Affairs, and Sanford M. Morse, Reporler Serviees and Thew Use (No. 3).

Cappalli, Richard B., Rights andRemedies UnderFederal Grants (No. 4).

Coakley, Robert W., and John E. Jessup, Jr., A Guide to the Study and Use of mil it an^ Hzston~ (No. 16).

Conway, Mimi, Riae Gonna Rise: A Portrait of Southern Textile Work- Cottin, Lou, Elders in Rebellion; A Guzde to Senior Aeticzsm (No. 6).

Crone, Kenneth C., America for Sale (No I).

Department of Defense, Selling to tke .Mzlita7y: Anny, Kay, Air


Force, Defeense Logistics Agency (No. 8).

Department of the Army, Pamphlet No. 69M1, Guide to Civilian PWSonnel Management for Key Militand Personnel (No. 9).

Dougherly, James E., Paul H. Nitze, and Francis X. Kane, Fateful

Ends and Shades of SALT: Past . . Present . . . and Yet to Come? (No. 24).

Grodin, Joseph R., Benjamin Aaron,

Public Sector Bargaining (NO.


ers (NO.

and James L. Stern, editors,

Harkavy, Robert E., and Stephanie G. Heuman, editors, Ams Trans-fws in the Modern World (No. 221.

Hope, Richard O.,

Racial Stnfe in the U.S. .Mzlttary: Toward the

Elimination of Dzsclirnination. (No. 10).

Hurst, Walter E., and Sharon Marshall, editors, Copynght Regisfro-tia Forma PA & SR (No. 11).

Hurst, Walter E., and Don Rim, How to be a Music Pubitsher (No. 12).

Hurst, Walter E., and Sharon Marshall, editors, The Record Industq Book (No. 13).

Jacobs, James J., Individual Rqhts and Institutional Authority. Pris-OM, Mental Hospitals, Schools, and Milttaq (No. 141.

Jessup, John E., Jr., and Robert W. Coakley, editors, A Guzde to the Study and Use of Militand Htstory (No. 15).

Judge, Clark S., The Book of American Rankiws (No. 16).

Kane, Francis X., Paul H. Nitze, and James E. Dougherty, Fateful Ends and Shades ofSALT Past, . Present. . and Yet to Come? (No. 24).

Klepseh, Egon, Future Ams Pmewrement: USA-Europe Ams PN.curement (The Klepseh Report) (No. 17).

Kramer, Nancy, and Stephen Kewman, Getting What You Desen,e. A Handbook for the Assediue Consumer (No. 23).

Kurian, George T., The Book of World Rankings (No. 18).

Latrnan, Alan, The Copynght Law: Howell's Copyright Law Rel;ised and the 1976 Art (No. 19).

Marshall, Sharon, and Walter E. Hurst, editors, Copyright Registm-Lion Foms PA & S R (KO. 11).

Marshall, Sharon, and Walter E. Hurst, editors, The Record Industw Book (No. 13).

Morse, Sanford M., and Bureau of National Affairs, Reporier Seruiees and Thew Cse (No. 3).

Nash, Peter G., and George P. Blake, editors, Appropriate khf8 for Collectice Bargaining (No. 20).

Nathanson, Bernard X., with Richard N. Ostling, Aborfing Amenca (SO. 21).

Neuman, Stephanie G., and Robert E. Harkavy, editors, Anns Trans-fem in the Modern World (No.


Neuman, Stephen, and Kaney Kramer, Getting What You Deseme: A Handbook for the Assertive Consumer (Sa. 23).

Nitze, Paul H., James E. Dougherty, and Francis X. Kane, Fatefu!

. and Yet to Cow? (No. Ends and Shades ofSALT Past. . . Present. 24).

Ostling, Richard S., and Bernard N. Nathanson, Aboding America (No. 21).

Rica, Don, and Walter E. Hurst, How to be a Musac Publisher (No. 12).

Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Ten Years of Terrorism. Collected Views (No. 25).

Scalf, Robert A,, editor, Volume 28, Defense Law Jmml (No. 26).

Stem, James L., Benjamin Aaron, and Joseph R. Grodin, editors, Publze Sector Bargaining (No. 1).

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Xwlear Energy and Nuclear Weapon Prolifeemtion (No. 21).

Torcia, Charles E., Whorton's Criminal La=,,

14th Edition, Volumes


Willoughby, William R., The Joint OTgoniioiiam of Canada and the United Slates (No. 30).

Zeiehner, Irving B., editor, 2980 Law Enforeemant Reference Manual and Police Official Diary (No. 31). IV. TITLES NOTED

Aborting America, by Bernard N. Nuthanson Wzth Richard N. Ostling (No. 21).

America for Sale, by Kenneth C. Crowe (No. I).

Appropriate Unit8 for Collective Bargaining, edited by Peter G. Nash and George P. Blake (No. 20).

Anns Transfers m the Modem World, edited by Stephanie G. Neamn

and Robert E. Harkavy (No. 22).

Book of American Rankings, by Clark S.

Judge (No. 16)

Book of World Rankings, by George T. Kunan (No. 18).

1 & 2 (No. 28).

Werner, Raymond J., Rea! Estate Closings (No.

Copylight Law: Howell's Copyright Law Revised and the 1976 Act, by Alan Latman (No. 19).

Coppight Registration Forms PA & SR, edited by Walter E Hurst and Sbmn .Wamhall (No. 11).

Defense Law Journal, Volume 28, edited by Robert A. Sealf (No. 26).

Edlers in Rebellion: A Guide to Senior Activism, by Lou Cottin (No. 6).

Fateful Ends and Shades of SALT Past. . . Present . . . and Yet to Come? by Paul H. h'itre, Jams E. Doughedy, and Francis X. Kane (No. 241,

Future Arms Procurement: USA-Europe Arms Procurement (The Klepseh Report), by Egon Klqseh (No. 17).

Getting What You Deserve: A Handbook for the Assertive Consumer, b Staphen Newrnan and Nancy K m m

(No. 23).

Guide to the Study and Use of Military History, edited by John E. Jessup, .I?-.,and Roberet W.

Coakley (No. 15).

How to be a Nusic Publisher, by Walter E. Hurst and Don Rim (No. 12).

Individual Rights and Institutional Authority: Prisons, Mental Hospitals, Schools, and Military, by Jams J. Jacobs (No. 14).

Joint Organizatins of Canada and the United States, by William R. Willrmghby (No. 30).

Labor Relations Yearbook-1978, by Bureau of National A/fairs (No. 2).

Law Enforcement Reference Manual and Police Official Diary, 1980, edited by Irving E. Zeiekner (No. 31).

Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Weapon Proliferation, by Stockholm In-ternational Peace Research Institute (No. 27).

Pamphlet Sa. 69&11, Guide to Civilian Personnel Management for Key Mihtary Personnel, by Department of the A m y

(No. 91.

Public-Sector Bargaining, edited by Renjamzn Aaron, Joseph R. Gra. din, and James L. Stern (No. 1).


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