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NATO Expansion: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly — July 4, 1997
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The author discusses the expansion of NATO.

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No Mas, No Mas; Ear Biting; and Iconoclasm: The Political Psychology of Boxing — July 4, 1997
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With boxing as but an example, this article describes the political psychological substrates of competitive athletics' popularity throughout history.

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The Past from the Present: Comments on the Social Construction of Machiavellianism — July 4, 1997
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This article presents different meanings of the term Machiavellianism and posits a mechanism of social construction to explain these differences.

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Theory and Practice in the Career of Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Part I — July 4, 1997
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Political psychologists often contemplate the significance of their research--theoretical, empirical--for the practice of politics. Too often, seemingly valuable research is ignored, discounted, misperceived, and misapplied by political practitioners. Yet occasionally researchers practice politics as well--not just the politics of everyday life--but the formal politics of local, regional, national, and international entities. In the United States, Woodrow Wilson, Eugene McCarthy, and even Newt Gingrich come immediately to mind. What will be the interaction of research and practice when both are developed and implemented by the same individual? Dr. Ted Goertzel of Rutgers University has written the following article concerning another researcher-practitioner--Fernando Henrique Cardoso of Brazil. The paper will be published within IBPP in installments and was presented at the Third Conference on Political Behavior in Brazil and Latin America, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil, June 11-13, 1997. (It has previously been published in the magazine, Brazzil.) Dr. Goertzel can be reached at goertzel@crab.rutgers.edu.

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Trends. Supercomputer Sales and Nuclear Proliferation: The Surrealist Top Ten — July 4, 1997
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The author discusses supercomputers in conjunction with nuclear weapons.