A. James Gregor

[2 April 1929.  Anthony Gimigliano (A. James Gregor) is born in New York, the son of Antonio Gimigliano ("a worker Italy gave to America") and Maria (Gazzini) Gimigliano.  His father was a machine operator and factory worker.]

[1946-48.  US Army.]

[1951.  Gimigliano receives the Ayres-Karling Award in Science from Purdue University.]

[1952.  B.A. (history), Columbia University.]

[1952-56.  Gimigliano is a high school social studies teacher in New York.  During this period he published essays in Sir Oswald Mosley's The European.]

 

1954

Gregor, A. James.  "Eisenhoover:  A Study in American Economy."  The European, no. 17 (July 1954):  7-13.
   [The European was a post-war journal (published from 1953 to 1959) of Sir Oswald Mosley, the leader of the former British Union of Fascists.  See Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley (London: Macmillan, 1975), pp. 493-494:   "Mosley's aim [in The European] of starting a forum of debate in which his position could be defended and attacked so that 'truth' would emerge was only partially realized.  Opponents steered well clear of the European, if indeed they even heard of it, so that such debate as took place was within fascist and neo-fascist circles of thought, revolving round the relative importance of nationalism and Europeanism, the practicability of syndicalism (the old left-right split in fascism), the importance of race, etc.  A. James Gregor, who has since made a name for himself in political science, wrote essays on syndicalism and race, notable for their extraordinary proliferation of footnotes."]

James, Anthony.  "European Socialism."  Letter.   The European, no. 17 (July 1954):  60-62.
   [Criticizes Mosley's postwar ideological line ("European Socialism") from the point of view of traditional fascist corporatism.  James' address is: 370 6th Street, Brooklyn.]

Mosley, Oswald.  "European Socialism."  Letter.   The European, no. 18 (August 1954):  58-59.
   [A response to Anthony James's letter.]

 

1955

Gregor, James.  "Some Problems of Race." The European, no. 24 (February 1955):  19-25.
   [This was Gregor's first published essay on the subject of race, which became his principal theme for the next 15 years.]

Saunders, Gerald.  "Rerum Novarum and the Syndicalist State."  Letter.  The European, no. 24 (February 1955):  61-62.
   [A critique of Gregor's "Eisenhoover." Saunders lived in London.]

Gregor, A. James.  "An American Considers European Socialism."  The European, no. 33 (November 1955):  17-24.
   [A critique of "European Socialism," Mosley's postwar ideological line.]

 

1956

Gregor, A. James.  "Syndicalism: A Critical History."   The European, no. 38 (April 1956):  10-20.

Gregor, A. James.  "Marxism as Philosophy."  The European 7 (August 1956):  11-26.

Gregor, A. James.  "Marxism as a Theory of History."   The European 8 (November 1956):  146-62.

 

1958

Gregor, A. James.  "The Logic of Race Classification."   Genus 14 (1958):  150-61.
   [The first essay by Gregor to appear in an academic journal.  Genus is one of several journals edited by Corrado Gini, a leading Italian sociologist and demographer and one of the most highly regarded ideologues of Italian fascism.  This was the first of many essays in which Gregor explicated and defended Gini’s work.   Gini is discussed in Carl Ipsen, Dictating Demography: The Problem of Population in Fascist Italy Cambridge UP, 1996.  Like Gregor, Gini was associated with Mankind Quarterly, the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, and the Institut International de Sociologie.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Corrado Gini and the Theory of Race Formation," Sociology and Social Research, 1961
    Gregor, "Nordicism Revisited," Phylon, 1961
    Gregor, Review of Der Begabungsschwund in Europa by Ludwig Winter, in Sociological Quarterly, 1962
    Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court, 1967

Gregor, A. James. "National Socialism and Race." The European 11 (July 1958): 273-91.
   [Gregor was 29 when this essay appeared.  It was his last article in The European, and one of his most radical essays.  He argued that by the time of the Holocaust, Nazi race doctrine and Hitler's beliefs weren't narrowly Nordicist.  He described his material without apparent disapprobation, and indeed seemed to be trying to recover something of value from Nazi racial doctrine that might be usable for a new, intellectually defensible race science.  His later writing on German National Socialism adopts a different, more critical tone.]
    Cited in:
    Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court, 1967

[1958-59.  Reader in philosophy, Columbia University.]

[1958-59.  Irwin Edman scholar, Columbia University.]

[Another European].  "National Socialism and Race."   Letter.  The European (September 1958):  63.
   [A Nordicist criticism of Gregor's article. The anonymous writer lives in London.]

[12 December 1958.  James Gregor delivers a lecture on the topic "Some Race Theories" as part of the Racist Forum's 1958-59 monthly lecture series, held at Steinway Hall, 113 West 57th Street, New York.  The previous month's speaker was James Madole, head of a small neo-Nazi sect called the National Renaissance Party, who spoke on "The Role of the Jew in Modern Politics."  On Madole and the NRP, see Martin A. Lee, The Beast Reawakens (Boston: Little, Brown, 1997).   Madole's speech elicited negative commentary in the New York press, to which Gregor's friend Robert E. Kuttner responded in an anti-Semitic article in The Truth Seeker.  Kuttner was also a speaker in the series;  he delivered a lecture on "Race and the Future of Civilization" on March 13, 1959.]

 

1959

[23 April 1959.  The International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, Inc., is incorporated in Baltimore.  There were three incorporators:
                            James Gregor
                            Robert E. Kuttner [q.v.]
                            Lawson Purdy.
Purdy was an eminent old New Yorker.  He was a prominent supporter of Henry George and was Tax Comissioner of the City of New York, founder of the National Tax Association, and a prominent figure in the Charity Organization Society and the City Club of New York.   There were three witnesses to the incorporation:
                            Donald A. Swan [q.v.]
                            Arthur J. Swan (his father)
                            W.J. Neilan (a New Y ork lawyer).
Neilan represented the Associaiton for the Preservation of the Freedom of Choice in New York. IAAEE’s initial officers were:
                            President:              Robert E. Kuttner
                            Vice-President:      John Brockenbrough Fox
                            Secretary:              A. James Gregor
                            Treasurer:             Donald A. Swan
Fox (b. 1916) was a Baltimore attorney.  He also served as IAAEE’s registered agent.  He was the author of "Morality and the Empire," a letter to the editor of National Review 7 (August 15, 1959), p. 237, in which he disputed a claim made in the magazine that Sir Oswald Mosley’s solution to "the Notting Hill problem" was unthinkable and would undermine the moral basis of the Empire.  He also wrote a review of Nathaniel Weyl’s The Negro in American Civilization in Mankind Quarterly 1 (January 1961), pp. 223-225.  The first issue of Western Destiny (June 1964) carried an ad for IAAEE that listed Fox’s law office as its Treasurer’s address.
    The notary to incorporation was Alfred Avins [q.v.].  The founding members of IAAEE’s executive committee included:
                            Robert Gayre of Gayre
                            R. Ruggles Gates
                            Henry E. Garrett
                            Corrado Gini
                            Charles C. Tansill
                            Heinrich Quiring.]

[1959. M.A., Columbia Univ.]

 

1960

[20 February 1960.  First general meeting of the IAAEE and the Association for the Preservation of Freedom of Choice, at Charles C. Tansill's home in Washington, D.C..]

[1960-61.  Gregor is an Instructor in philosophy at Washington College in Chestertown, MD.]

[June 1960.  The first issue of Mankind Quarterly appears.   It includes:
    Henry E Garrett, "Klineberg’s Chapter on Race and Psychology: A Review," pp. 15-22
    Stanley D Porteus and JP Kleman, "A New Anthropometric Approach," pp. 23-30.]

"Un-American Science."  Science 132 (July 1, 1960):  24.
   [This is an item in the "Science in the News" section.]

[31 August-6 September 1960.  The Institut International de Sociologie sponsers the XIXth International Congress of Sociology, in Mexico City.   Gregor delivers "Sociology and the Anthropobiological Sciences," subsequently published in Institut International de Sociologie, Mémoire du XIXe Congrès International de Sociologie, vol. 2, Communications (México, D.F.: Comité Organisateur du XIXe Congrès International de Sociologie, 1960), pp. 83-107.   Gregor became active in the Institut International de Sociologie, one of the leaders of which was Corrado Gini.  On the Institut's ideological background, see Jerry Z. Muller, The Other God That Failed: Hans Freyer and the Deradicalization of German Conservatism (Princeton University Press, 1987).]

Gregor, A. James.  "Sociology and the Anthropobiological Sciences."  In Mémoire du XIXe Congrès International de Sociologie, vol. 2, Communications , pp. 83-107.  México, D.F.:  Comité Organisateur du XIXe Congrès International de Sociologie, 1960.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "The XIXth International Congress of Sociology," Mankind Quarterly, 1960

Garrett, Henry E.  "On Un-American Science Reporting."   Letter.  Science 132 (September 9, 1960):  685.

Gregor, James.  "The XIXth International Congress of Sociology."  Mankind Quarterly 1 (October 1960):  126-29.
   [This was Mankind Quarterly's second issue and Gregor's first appearance in it.  Here he reports on the August-September 1960 IIS meeting.  He very quickly established himself as a leading figure in the circle associated with this journal.]
    Cited in:
    Juan Comas, "A ‘McCarthyan’ Attack," Current Anthropology 3 (April 1962): 155-58
    Gregor, "Juan Comas: Critic and Scholar," Mankind Quarterly, July-Sept 1962
    Lars Beckman, "Assortive Mating in Man," Eugenics Review 52 (July 1962): 63-67
    Gregor, Reply to Comas in Current Anthropology, February 1963

[15 November 1960.  Juan Comas submits the Spanish-language manuscript of "’Scientific’ Racism Again?" to Current Anthropology.]

 

1961

Gregor, A. James.  "On the Nature of Prejudice."  Eugenics Review 52 (January 1961):  217-24.
   [This article was circulated as IAAEE Reprint No. 3 by the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics (IAAEE), of which Gregor is Secretary.]
    Cited in:
    Lars Beckman, "Assortive Mating in Man," Eugenics Review 52 (July 1962): 63-67
    Gregor, "Ethnocentrism Among the Australian Aborigines," Sociological Quarterly, Spring 1963
    Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court, 1967
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Elizabeth Epstein and Ruth Guttman, "Mate Selection in Man: Evidence, Theory, and Outcome," Social Biology 31 (Fall-Winter 1984): 243-78

Gregor, A. James.  "Corrado Gini and the Theory of Race Formation."  Sociology and Social Research 45 (January 1961):   175-81.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Ethnocentrism Among the Australian Aborigines," Sociological Quarterly, Spring 1963
    Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court, 1967

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Actas del Congreso Internacional del Instituto de Clases Medias, vol. II: Informes y Comunicaciones.  In Sociology and Social Research 45 (January 1961):  247-48.
    [Gregor refers to Ulick Varange's [Francis Parker Yockey's] Imperium.]
    Cited in:
    Michele Marotta and Gregor, "Sociology in Italy," Sociological Quarterly, 1961

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Die Rassenpolitik des amerikanischen Imperialismus by I.A. Gejewski [Geevski], Die Rassentheorien im Dienste der Amerikanisch-Englischen Imperialisten by A.I. Demidenko, and Die amerikanische bürgerliche Philosophie und Soziologie im dienste des Imperialismus by A.P. Gagarin.  In Problems of the Peoples of the USSR, no. 11 (1961): 73-74.
   [This journal was founded in Munich in 1958 by the League for the Liberation of the Peoples of the USSR (Paris Bloc), an émigré front of six anti-Soviet national liberation groups (Belorussian, Ukrainian, Georgian, Armenian, Azerbaidzhan, North Caucasian) established in Paris in 1953.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, Reply to Comas in Current Anthropology, February 1963

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Mémoire du XIXe Congrès International de Sociologie, vol. II: Communications.  In Sociology and Social Research 45 (April 1961):  372-73.
   [Gregor is a contributor to the book he is reviewing.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Race Relations and Mental Health:  A Review." Mankind Quarterly 1 (April-June 1961):  248-52.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "Comas' Chapter on 'Racial Myths:' A Review," Mankind Quarterly 2 (July- September 1961): 30-34

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Corso di Sociologia by Corrado Gini.  In Mankind Quarterly 1 (April-June 1961):  298-300.

[May 1961.  Gregor delivers the substance of "The Biosocial Nature of Prejudice" under the title "Race Relations and Evolutionary Theory," as a lecture before the Faculty Seminar of Social Relations at Johns Hopkins University.  The Department of Social Relations was still very small in 1961.   It had been established in 1959 and by 1961 it still had only one full professor, James S Coleman.  Gregor was teaching during this period across the Chesapeake Bay   from Baltimore in Chestertown.  The paper was published in 1962 in Gini's Genus.]

Cain, A.J.  "The Mankind Quarterly."  Race 2 (May 1961):  78-82.

[1961.  Anthony James Gimigliano completes his Ph.D., Columbia University, in philosophy (social and political).]

Gimigliano, Anthony James. The Ethical and Political Thought of Giovanni Gentile.  Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Columbia University, 1961.

[8 June 1961.  Letter from Donald A. Swan to Mrs. Ada Sumrall of the Mississippi State Department of Education:  "Dr. A. James Gregor (see enclosed photostat of article entitled 'On the Nature of Prejudice') and I will make a two-week trip in July through several of the Southern states in order to discuss educational projects in the fields of race and race relations with state educational officials.  If it would be convenient for you, we would like to get together with you and any other interested officials at that time."  State of Mississippi Sovereignty Commission files, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.]

[12 June 1961.  Letter from Donald A. Swan to Albert Jones, the Director of the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission:  "During the month of July, Dr. A. James Gregor (see enclosed copy of article entitled "On the Nature of Prejudice") and I will travel through several of the Southern states in order to discuss the educational projects outlined in the letter to Mrs. Sumrall, as well as the possibility of using anthropological and sociological data to counter the Brown decision.  We would greatly appreciate it if you and some of the other members of the State Sovereignty Commission could spare the time in July to discuss some of the above projects with us.  Any suggestions as to state officials and educators whom we could could [sic] contact in either Mississippi or any of the other Southern states would also be sincerely appreciated."  State of Mississippi Sovereignty Commission files, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.]

[1961-64.  Gregor is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Hawaii.]

Marotta, Michele, and A. James Gregor.  "Sociology in Italy."  Sociological Quarterly 2 (July 1961):  215-221.

Gregor, A. James.  "Comas' Chapter on 'Racial Myths:' A Review."  Review of Race and Science by Juan Comas and others.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (July-September 1961):  30-34.
   [Gregor stated that this review was originally solicited by the Marxist journal, Science and Society.  It found a more appropriate publisher here.  As written, it is part of a wider attack on UNESCO racial liberalism.  It appeared just before Juan Comas’ widely circulated critique of the Mankind Quarterly, "‘Scientific’ Racism Again?," was published as a target article in Current Anthropology in October 1961.  (Comas argued that the advent of Mankind Quarterly augured a resurgence of discredited "scientific racism;" his discussion is focused on one article from the first issue, Henry E Garrett’s "Klineberg’s Chapter on Race and Psychology: A Review." Gregor's title echoes Garrett's.)
    This paper marked the beginning of a long, acrimonious controversy with Comas and others, which was part of a larger campaign against UNESCO racial liberalism.   It was reprinted as the first article in The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, Edinburgh: The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963.
    Comas (1900-1978) was a Spanish physical anthropologist.  He was educated in Spain and at the University of Geneva, where he completed a doctoral thesis under the direction of Eugène Pittard.  He was exiled by the Franco government in 1939 and settled in Mexico City, where he became director of anthropology at the National University of Mexico.  A specialist in osteology and anthropometrics, he was critical of the use of anthropometric indices in racial classifications, histories and hierarchies.   He was an active critic of biological racism, in connection with which he was active in several United Nations and UNESCO commissions on racial discrimination.]
    Cited in:
    Santiago Genoves, "‘Mankind Quarterly’ and Racism," Letter in Science 134 (December 8, 1961): 1928-1930, 1932
    Gregor, "Notes on a ‘Scientific’ Controversy," Mankind Quarterly January-March 1962
    Henry E Garrett, "Racial Differences and Witch Hunting," Letter in Science 135 (16 March 1962): 982, 984
    Gregor, "Racial Differences and Witch Hunting," Letter in Science 135 (16 March 1962): 984, 986-987
    Juan Comas, "A ‘McCarthyan’ Attack," Current Anthropology 3 (April 1962): 155-58
    Donald A Swan, "Juan Comas on ‘‘Scientific’ Rascism Again?’: A Scientific Analysis," Mankind Quarterly 2 (April-June 1962): 231-245
    Gregor, "Juan Comas: Critic and Scholar," Mankind Quarterly July-September 1962
    Gregor, "The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I: Introduction," The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, Edinburgh: The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963

Gregor, A. James.  "Sozialtheorie im faschistischen Italien."  Sociologus (n.s.), 11 (1961):  64-79.

Harrison, G. Ainsworth.  "The Mankind Quarterly."  Man 61 (September 1961):  163-164.

Comas, Juan.  "‘Scientific’ Racism Again?" Current Anthropology 2 (October 1961):  303-314.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Darwinism and the Study of Society, edited by Michael Banton.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (October-December 1961):   139-140.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of A Clinical and Genetico- Statistical Study of Schizophrenia and Low-Grade Mental Deficiency by Bertil Hallgren and Torsten Sjögren.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (October-December 1961):   141-142.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Black Muslims in America by C. Eric Lincoln.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (October-December 1961):  142-143.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Newcomers: The West Indians in London by Ruth Glass.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (October-December 1961):   146-148.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Leopard's Spots by William Stanton.  In Sociology and Social Research 46 (October 1961):  106-107.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology by Stanley Porteus.  In American Journal of Psychiatry 118 (December 1961):  572-73.
   [Porteus (1883-1972), a University of Hawaii psychology professor, was associated with the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics and with Mankind Quarterly;  he worked with Gregor while the latter was in Hawaii.  This review is reprinted in The Sixth Mental Measurements Yearbook, edited by Oscar Krisen Buros, pp. 1546-1547 (Highland Park, N.J.: Gryphon Press, 1965).]

Genoves, Santiago.  "‘Mankind Quarterly’ and Racism."  Letter.  Science 134 (December 8, 1961):  1928-1930, 1932.
   ["Note added in proof:  While this letter was in press, the July-September 1961 issue of The Mankind Quarterly (2, no. 1) has appeared.  In it the same extreme racial trend is followed. Among other papers, it contains a review by A. James Gregor of Comas’s Racial Myths - a review which is full of totally unjustified personal attacks and insinuations of a political type, without basis and completely outside the framework of the problem under discussion."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Nordicism Revisited."  Phylon 22 (Winter 1961):  351-60.
   [A critique of the Nordicist faction within racist thinking.   Gregor had friendly relations with some of the principal objects of his attack, e.g., Robert E. Kuttner.]

 

1962

Gregor, A. James.  "La Filosofia Politica de Giovanni Gentile."  Revista de Estudios Políticos, no. 121 (January-February 1962):  83-98.
   [A journal of the Instituto de Estudios Políticos, Madrid.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Lineas Fundamentales de una Sociologia General by Alfredo Niceforo.  In Sociology and Social Research 46 (January 1962):  239-240.
    [The review is of a Spanish translation of a work by an Italian sociologist (1876-1960) associated with Gini and rightist sociological thought.  See the article on Niceforo by Michele Moratta, "Il pensiero sociologico di Alfredo Niceforo," Rassegna italiana di sociologia 1 (1960).]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Ethnocentrism Among the Australian Aborigines," Sociological Quarterly, Spring 1963

Gregor, A. James.  "Notes on a 'Scientific Controversy'."  Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  14-23.
   [This article was reprinted in The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part III, Mankind Monographs VI, Edinburgh: The Mankind Quarterly, February 1964.
    This article was cited seemingly sympathetically by William Petersen (Professor of Social Demography, Ohio State University, and author of Malthus, Harvard University Press, 1979), in Ethnicity Counts (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1997), where, in a tendentious account, he stated (p. 37) that: "In the social disciplines the definition of the concept [of race] has never been settled.  A symposium on race in Current Anthropology (three full issues in 1962-64) indicated how little consensus, how little even of a charitable appreciation of other views, exist among the world's professional analysts of the subject.  The symposium was instigated by an attack on Mankind Quarterly, another anthropology journal, and on the author of a paper there."  A footnote (p. 283n14) indicates that this article by Gregor was the object of the attack in Current Anthropology.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Juan Comas: Critic and Scholar," Mankind Quarterly July-September 1962
    Gregor, "The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I: Introduction," The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, Edinburgh: The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963
    William Petersen, Ethnicity Counts, New Brunswick NJ: Transaction 1997

Gregor, A. James.  "The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology:   A Review."  Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):   197-99.
   [Review of Stanley D. Porteus' 1959 book.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Heredity and Evolution in Human Populations by L.C. Dunn.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):   211-212.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of African Genesis by Robert Ardrey.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  213-214.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Psychology and the Religious Quest by Raymond B. Cattell.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):   216-218.
   [The book under review was published a quarter century earlier, in 1938.  Cattell [q.v.] was an eminent psychologist of radical rightwing eugenist views.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Biological Basis of Human Freedom by Theodosius Dobzhansky.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  218-219.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek by Thorleif Boman.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):   220-222.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Louis Agassiz by Edward Lurie.   In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  222-223.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Dialectical Materialism by Gustav Witter.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  224-225.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Razas y Racismo en Norteamerica by Manuel Fraga Iribarne.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):   225-226.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Essential Tremor by T. Larsson and Torsten Sjögren.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):

Gregor, A. James.  Review of La Science de la Richesse by Corrado Gini.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  228.

Gregor, A. James.  "Racial Differences:  A Brief Rejoinder."  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 5 (Spring 1962):   390-95.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "Juan Comas: Critic and Scholar" Mankind Quarterly July-September 1962
    Gregor, "The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I: Introduction," The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, Edinburgh: The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963

Garrett, Henry E.  "Racial Differences and Witch Hunting."  Letter.  Science 135 (March 16, 1962):  982, 984.

Gregor, A. James.  "Racial Differences and Witch Hunting."  Letter.  Science 135 (March 16, 1962):  984, 986-987.

Genoves, Santiago.  "Racial Differences and Witch Hunting."  Letter.  Science 135 (March 16, 1962):  987-988, 990-991.

Comas, Juan.  "A McCarthyan Attack."  Current Anthropology 3 (April 1962):  155-158.
   [Response to Gregor's "Comas’ Chapter on ‘Racial Myths:’ A Review," Mankind Quarterly 2 (July-Sept 1961).]

Gregor, A. James.  "Philosophy and the Young Karl Marx."   Review of Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx by Robert Tucker.  In Studies on the Left 2 (1962):  95-102.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

[1 June 1962.  Date on a letter from Gregor to Current Anthropology, responding to Comas’s "A ‘McCarthyan’ Attack."   It appears in the February 1963 issue.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Der Begabungsschwund in Europa by Ludwig Winter.  In Sociological Quarterly 3 (July 1962):  253-4.
   [The book under review was published in Paehl, West Germany by Hohe Warte, the imprint of the Bund für Gotterkenntnis (the Ludendorff movement), a schismatic ultra-radical faction within German national socialism led by Mathilde Ludendorff, the widow of General Erich Ludendorff.  The book’s subject is the purported genetic degeneration of the European peoples.  Gregor’s review apparently was the only notice the book received in the English-language literature. In May 1961, just after the book appeared and before Gregor’s review was published, West German authorities dissolved Hohe Warte under their anti-Nazi statutes.
    Ludwig Winter drew extensively on the work of the Anglo-American psychologist Raymond B. Cattell, who had endorsed Mathilde Ludendorff’s views in his first book, Psychology and Social Progress (London: C.W. Daniel, 1933).   Gregor criticizes Winter’s use of Cattell’s work.
    Gregor subsequently cites his negative judgment of this book as proof that he himself is not a racist.]


Beckman, Lars.  "Assortive Mating in Man."  Eugenics Review 54 (July 1962):  63-67.
   [This is the text of a lecture delivered at a members’ meeting of the Eugenics Society on 12 April 1962.  Beckman was at the Institute for Medical Genetics, Uppsala.  The lecture’s last section is on "Assortive Mating and Racial Prejudice."  Beckman writes:  "Gregor ['On the Nature of Prejudice,' Eugenics Review 1961], discussing the nature of prejudice, states that ‘Prejudice is the obverse image of preferential association.’  During the XIXth International Congress of Sociology in Mexico City in 1960 controversial opinions were expressed during discussion of the causes of race discrimination.  In a review of these discussions Gregor ["The XIXth International Congress of Sociology," Mankind Quarterly 1960] stated that man shares with the social animals a native disposition to preferred association and that the racial differences act as a focal point for group orientation … It seems as if there is a tendency to ‘excuse’ race discrimination by explaining it as an exaggeration of the processes of assortive mating occurring within races and by stating that the tendency to positive assortive mating is an inborn phenomenon in humans.  In a new journal The Mankind Quarterly, which has been developed to provide a forum for criticism of the UNESCO Statement on Race, such views have often been expressed by different authors."]

[Summer 1962.  Summer consultant, Human Genetics Fund, Australia.   (What was the relation of the Human Genetics Fund to the Pioneer Fund?  R. Travis Osborne also received funds from the Human Genetics Fund.)  This involved the expeditions among the Wailbri, Pintubi and Aranda Aborigines with Stanley Porteus.   It produced a number of papers.]

[1962-64.  Lecturer for the Peace Corps on Marx.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Studi in Onore di Corrado Gini, edited by V. Castellano.  In Sociology and Social Research 46 (July 1962):   501.

[July-Sept. 1962. Mankind Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 1.  With this issue, Gregor, Robert Kuttner and Donald A. Swan are listed as the Assistant Editors.   Gregor remains through the April-June 1964 issue; his friends stay longer.]

Porteus, Stanley D.  "The Will to Live."  Mankind Quarterly 3 (July-September 1962):  6-19.
   [The annotation to this item in the bibliography of Porteus’s works in his autobiography, A Psychologist of Sorts (1969), states:  "This publication represents a revival ... of interest on the part of the author in the subject of Australid mentality, after a gap of 33 years ... [I]n 1962 he was able to revisit Central Australia and arrange for Dr. James A. Gregor [sic; emphasis added] to carry on further investigations among the natives of the Wailbri, Pintubi, and Arunta (Aranda) tribes...
    "Dr. Gregor’s research involved the application of the three series of Maze Tests, the Original, the Extension, and the Supplement, amounting in some cases to a three-hour intensive examination."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Juan Comas: Critic and Scholar."   Mankind Quarterly 3 (July-September 1962):  37-47.
   [Reprinted in The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part i, Mankind Monograph VI.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Sociological Imagination by C. Wright Mills.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (July-September 1962):  59.

Gregor, A. James.  "The Biosocial Nature of Prejudice."   Genus 18 (1962):  116-28.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James.  "Erich Fromm and the Young Karl Marx."  Review of Marx’s Concept of Man by Erich Fromm.  In Studies on the Left 3 (1962):  85-92.
    [For this and the following two issues, Gregor appeared on the masthead as an Associate.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    KD Shifferd, Journal of Environmental Education 3 (1972): 39

Gregor, A. James.  "The Dynamics of Prejudice." Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):  79-88.
   Cited in:
    A.J.G., Review of Ashley Montagu, in Mankind Quarterly 3 (January-March 1963): 196-198
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Emerson on Race and History by Philip Nicoloff.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):   116-117.

A.J.G.  Review of The People That Walk in Darkness: A History of the Negro People in America by J.W. Schulte Nordholt.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):  135-136.

Horowitz, Irving Louis.  "On the Social Theories of Giovanni Gentile." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 23 (December 1962):   263-268.

 

1963

Gregor, A. James, and Angus McPherson.  "Personnel Selection Tests and Nonliterate Peoples."  Mankind Quarterly 3 (January-March 1963):  151-58.
   [A report on Gregor's summer 1962 fieldwork, done with Stanley Porteus, among Australian aborigines.  A footnote says the paper was "prepared with the assistance of a generous grant from the Human Genetics Fund …"
    This was Gregor’s first collaboration with D. Angus McPherson;   they published seven papers together on race psychology over the following three years.  Most of these reported results from the fieldwork done with Stanley Porteus.   In some of the papers, McPherson's address is given as the Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Progress and Evolution of Man in Africa by Louis S.B. Leaky.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (January-March 1963):

A.J.G.  Review of Ashley Montagu.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (January-March 1963):  197-198.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Race and Science by Juan Comas.  In Science and Society 27 (Winter 1963):  101-3.
   [Gregor's affiliation is given as the Intitut International de Sociologie.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Lenin on the Nature of Sensations."   Studies on the Left 3 (Winter 1963):  34-42.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James.  "Reply."  Current Anthropology 4 (February 1963):  119-21.

Gregor, A. James.  "Science and Social Change:  A Review of K.B. Clark's Prejudice and Your Child."  Educational Quarterly (1963):
    Cited in:
    Philip Friedman, "Racial Preferences and Identifications of White Elementary School Children," Contemporary Educational Psychology 5 (July 1980): 256-265

Gregor, A. James.  "Ethnocentrism Among the Australian Aborigines: Some Preliminary Notes."  Sociological Quarterly 4 (Spring 1963):  162-67.
    [Reports on the fieldwork done with Porteus.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor and D Angus McPherson, "Racial Preference and Ego-Identity Among White and Bantu Children in the Republic of South Africa," Genetic Psychology Monographs, 1966
    Gregor and D Angus McPherson, "Racial Attitudes Among White and Negro Children in a Deep South Standard Metropolitan Area," Journal of Social Psychology, 1966
    Daniel Druckman, "Ethnocentrism in the Inter-Nation Simulation," Journal of Conflict Resolution 12 (1968): 45-68
    Elizabeth A Sommerlad and WP Bellingham, "Cooperation-Competition: A Comparison of Australian European and Aboriginal School Children," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 (June 1972): 149-57
    L Lamarche, Bulletin de psychologie 29 (1976): 716

[27 March 1963.  Perceptual and Motor Skills receives the manuscript of Porteus and Gregor, "Studies in Intercultural Testing."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Giovanni Gentile and the Philosophy of the Young Karl Marx."  Journal of the History of Ideas 24 (April-June 1963):  213-30.

Gregor, A. James.  "Science and Social Change:  A Review of K.B. Clark's Prejudice and Your Child."  Mankind Quarterly 3 (April-June 1963):  229-37.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Social Science Research and the Education of the Minority-Group Child," Appendix in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Joseph Hraba and Geoffrey Grant, "'Black Is Beuatiful': A Reexamination of Racial Preference and Identification," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 16 (November 1970): 398-402
    Philip Friedman, "Racial Preferences and Identifications of White Elementary School Children," Contemporary Educational Psychology 5 (July 1980): 256-265

[8 April 1963.  Journal of Psychology receives the manuscript of Gregor and McPherson, "The Correlation of the Porteus Maze and the Gestalt Continuation..."]

Porteus, S.D., and A. James Gregor.  "Studies in Intercultural Testing."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 16 (June 1963):   705-724.
    ["Comparative intellectual and social adjustment data for males and females of various primitive groups are described."]
    Cited in:
    George E Kearney, "Comment on ‘The Use of a Non-Verbal Test of Intelligence in the Trust Territory of the Pacific’ by Jordheim and Olsen," American Anthropologist 66 (December 1964): 1395-96
    Gregor and McPherson, "A Study of Susceptibility to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian Aborigines," Psychologia Africana, 1965
    Porteus and Kenneth H David, "Australid Mental Development and Geriatric Decline," Perceptual and Motor Skills 23 (1966): 75-87
    Porteus, "Australid Environment: External and Internal," Perceptual and Motor Skills 23 (1966): 223-231
    Porteus, et. al., "Age as a Factor in Australid Mentality," Perceptual and Motor Skills 25 (1967): 3-16
    Kenneth H David, "Cross-Cultural Uses of the Porteus Maze," Journal of Social Psychology 92 (February 1974): 11-18
    M Riddle and AH Roberts, "Delinquency, Delay of Gratification, Recidivism and Porteus Maze Tests," Psychological Bulletin 84 (1977): 417-25
    Anneliese A Pontius, "Global Spatial Relations in Face Representations Shown in ‘Ecological Dyslexia’ of Australian Aboriginals and in ‘Western’ Dyslexics," Perceptual and Motor Skills 55 (December 1982): 1191-2000

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson.  "The Correlation of the Porteus Maze and the Gestalt Continuation as Personnel Selection Tests of Peripheral Peoples."  Journal of Psychology 56 (July 1963):  137-42.
    [Reports results of Gregor's Australian fieldwork.]
    Cited in:
    George E Kearney, "Comment on ‘The Use of a Non-Verbal Test of Intelligence in the Trust Territory of the Pacific’ by Jordheim and Olsen," American Anthropologist 66 (December 1964): 1395-96

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Desegregation of Public Schools by Robert Coles.  In Mankind Quarterly 4 (July-September 1963):   58-60.

[Summer 1963.  Studies on the Left, vol. 3, no. 3.   This was the last issue to list Gregor as an Associate.]

[Summer 1963.  Summer consultant, Africa Institute.  Field expedition among the Venda and Zulu Bantu, South Africa.]

[August 1963.  Gregor delivers "Evolutionary Theory, Population Genetics, and Social Theory" before the South African Genetics Society in Pretoria.]

Armstrong, Clairette P., Ralph W. Erikson, Henry Garrett, and A. James Gregor.  "Interracial Housing and the Law:  A Social Science Assessment."  In Open Occupancy vs. Forced Housing Under the Fourteenth Amendment: A Symposium on Anti-Discrimination Legislation, Freedom of Speech and Property Rights in Housing, edited by Alfred Avins, 137- .  New York:  The Bookmailer, Inc., 1963.
   [Avins' "Introduction" was dated August 1963.  The book was one of the major products of the group of academic racists who came together around the Association for the Preservation of Freedom of Choice, Mankind Quarterly, the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, and the Liberty Lobby.
    Gregor’s coauthors were all members of the executive committee of the IAAEE.  All were active as scientific experts in defense of racial segregation.
    Clairette Armstrong was born in Memphis.  She was educated and made her career as a psychologist in New York City.  She studied at Columbia University, where she was taught by Henry E. Garrett, and New York University, from which she received a Ph.D.  Anne Anastasi describes her in "A Career in Psychological Measurement," The History of Clinical Psychology in Autobiography, vol. 11, edited by C. Eugene Walker, pp. 33-66 (Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole, 1993), pp. 54-55:   "I had contact with several typical clinical psychologists of the 1930s.   They were persons with a Ph.D. in psychology who had a solid foundation in general psychology and some training in testing, especially with individual intelligence scales.   Most of them were women.  An example was Clairette Armstrong, employed as a psychologist at the New York City Children’s Court.  There she administered tests, did some interviewing and preparation of case histories, and made recommendations regarding disposition of the cases.  She worked in close cooperation with social workers and other professionals.  The Children’s Court handled a wide diversity of cases, from child custody to juvenile delinquency.  The children were either passive or active objects of judicial concern; that is, the court was involved either to protect the children from neglect or mistreatment or to deal with criminal offenses by minors … Because these early clinical psychologists were essentially ‘mental testers,’ they could branch off into several emerging fields of applied psychology, such as educational, industrial, and forensic psychology."  See the references to Armstrong in Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1967), pp. 87-88.  Her other work includes:

    Armstong, "Toward a Democratic Eugenics: A Review of American Eugenics Today," Journal of Heredity 30 (April 1939): 163-165
    Armstrong, SS Crutchfield, William E Hoy and Robert E Kuttner, "Legal Testimony and Scientific Evidence: A Contrast," Mankind Quarterly 4 (Oct-Dec 1963): 105-110
    Armstrong and Gregor, "Integrated Schools and Negro Character Development: Some Considerations of the Possible Effects," Psychiatry 27 (Feb 1964): 69-72
    Armstrong, "Psychodiagnosis, Prognosis, School Segregation and Delinquency," Mankind Quarterly 5 (Oct-Dec 1964): 63-80

Avins [q.v.], who had a teaching position at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, had originally planned to publish its contents in the April 1963 issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, but college officials, who had already questioned his previous use of the journal as a platform for the expression of his racial views, raised obstacles, so it was decided to publish the symposium independently as a book.  The publisher, Bookmailer, Inc., was operated by Lyle Munson and was a leading distributor or right wing literature;  see Mike Newberry, The Yahoos, New York: Marzani and Munsell, 1964.  The book was aggressively promoted by the Liberty Lobby.  See, for example, Liberty Letter, no 39 (January 1964): 3, and Liberty Letter, no. 63 (April 1966): 3.  Liberty Letter, no. 65 (June 1966), solicits money from readers to support the distribution of copies of the book to every member of Congress as part of the Liberty Lobby's campaign against the proposed Civil Rights Act of 1966.  Avins testified (May, 24 1966), on behalf of the Liberty Lobby, against the bill before Subcommittee No. 5 of the House Judiciary Committee, at which time copies of the book were distributed to all subcommittee members.  He also testified (June 21, 1966) against the bill before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights (Sam Ervin, chm.) of the Senate Judiciary Committee, at which time parts of the book were entered into the record. The bill eventually died in the Senate.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The Law, Social Science, and School Segregation:  An Assessment."  Western Reserve Law Review 14 (September 1963):  621-36.
    Cited in:
    Ovid C Lewis, "Parry and Riposte to Gregor’s ‘The Law, Social Science, and School Segregation: An Assessment’," Western Reserve Law Review 14 (September 1963): 637-82
    Idus Newby, Challenge to the Court, 1967
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Frank I Goodman, "De Facto School Segregation: A Constitutional and Empirical Analysis," California Law Review 60 (March 1972): 275-437
    (Anon.), "Comprehensive Metropolitan Planning: A Reinterpretation of Equal Educational Opportunity," Northwestern University Law Review 67 (July-August 1972): 388-412
    Ira P Robbins, "The Admissibility of Social Science Evidence in Person-Oriented Legal Adjudication," Indiana Law Journal 50 (Spring 1975): 493-516
    (Anon.), "Single-Sex Public Schools: The Last Bastiion of ‘Separate But Equal’?," Duke Law Journal (March 1977): 259-277
    Michael B Wise, et. al., "Desegregation in Education: A Legal Bibliography," Notre Dame Lawyer 52 (April 1977): 733-790
    William L Taylor, Review of Disaster by Decree by Lino Graglia, in Columbia Law Review 77 (June 1977): 810-817
    Mark G Yudof, "School Desegregation: Legal Realism, Reasoned Elaboration, and Social Science Research in the Supreme Court," Law and Contemporary Problems 42 (Autumn 1978): 57-110
    Paul Lermack, "No Right Number?: Social Science Research in Jury-Size Cases," New York University Law Review 54 (1979): 951
    David M O’Brien, "The Seduction of the Judiciary: Social Science and the Courts," Judicature 64 (June-July 1980): 8-21
    Joseph Sanders, et. al., "The Relevance of ‘Irrelevant’ Testimony: Why Lawyers Use Social Science Experts in School Desegregation Cases," Law and Society Review 16 (1981-1982): 403-28
    Debra Kalmuss, Mark Chesler and Joseph Sanders, "Political Conflict in Applied Scholarship: Expert Witnesses in School Desegregation Litigation," Social Problems 30 (December 1982): 168-78
    Julia Lamber, Barbara Reskin and Terry Dworkin, "The Relevance of Statistics to Prove Discrimination: A Typology," Hastings Law Journal 34 (1982-1983): 553-598
    Sheri Lynn Johnson, "Black Innocence and the White Jury," Michigan Law Review 83 (June 1985): 1611-1709
    Kevin Brown, "Termination of Public School Desegregation: Determination of Unitary Status Based on the Elimination of Invidious Value Inculcation" George Washington Law Review 58 (August 1990): 1105-1164

Gregor, A. James.  "The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I: Introduction."  In The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, pp. 3-5.   Mankind Monographs, VI.  Edinburgh:  The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963.

Gregor, A. James.  "Comas’ Chapter on Racial Myths."  In The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, pp. 7-10.  Mankind Monographs, VI.  Edinburgh:  The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963.

Comas, Juan.  "A ‘McCarthyan’ Attack."   In The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, pp. 11-18.  Mankind Monographs, VI.  Edinburgh:  The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963.

Gregor, A. James.  "Juan Comas:  Critic and Scholar."  In The Anatomy of a Controversy, Part I, pp. 19-28.   Mankind Monographs, VI.  Edinburgh:  The Mankind Quarterly, September 1963.

[September 1963. Gregor and McPherson deliver "Sociology and Mental Testing of Non-Industrial Peoples" and "Sociology and the Assimilation of Non-Industrial Peoples" at the 20th International Congress of Sociology, in Argentina.  Published in La Sociologia y las Sociedades en Desarrollo Industrial: Communications Before the XXth International Congress of Sociology, Cordoba: Universidade de Cordoba, 1963. Vol. 2, pp. 337-50.]

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson.  "Sociology and Mental Testing of Non-Industrial Peoples."  In La Sociologia y las Sociedades en Desarrollo Industrial:  Communications Before the XXth International Congress of Sociology, vol. 2, pp. 337-350.  Cordoba, Argentina:  Universidade de Cordoba, 1963.
    Cited in:
    Gregor and D Angus McPherson, "Racial Preference and Ego-Identity Among White and Bantu Children in the Republic of South Africa," Genetic Psychology Monographs, 1966
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson.  "Sociology and the Assimilation of Non-Industrial Peoples."  In La Sociologia y las Sociedades en Desarrollo Industrial:  Communications Before the XXth International Congress of Sociology, vol. 2, pp. 185- .  Cordoba, Argentina:  Universidade de Cordoba, 1963
    Cited in:
    Clairette P Armstrong and Gregor, "Integrated Schools and Negro Character Development," Psychiatry, 1964
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James.  "Black Nationalism:  A Preliminary Analysis of Negro Radicalism."  Science and Society 27 (Fall 1963):   415-32.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    L Paul Metzger, "American Sociology and Black Assimilation: Conflicting Perspectives," American Journal of Sociology 7 (January 1971): 627-647
    James P Pitts, "The Study of Race Consciousness: Comments on New Directions," American Journal of Sociology 80 (November 1974): 665-87
    Gary R Peck, "Black Radical Consciousness and the Black Christian Experience," Sociological Analysis 43 (Summer 1982): 155-69
    Kathleen M Handy, "Race and Class Consciousness Among Southern Blacks," Sociological Spectrum 4 (1984): 383-403

Gregor, A. James.  "The Law and Social Science:  A Reply to O.C. Lewis."  Western Reserve Law Review 15 (December 1963):   111-
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    (Anon.), "Single-Sex Public Schools: The Last Bastion of ‘Separate But Equal’?," Duke Law Journal (March 1977): 259-277

 

1964

Gregor, A. James.  The Assimilation of Peripheral People:   The Australian Aborigines.  Mankind Monographs, 1964.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Armstrong, Clairette P., and A. James Gregor.  "Integrated Schools and Negro Character Development: Some Considerations of the Possible Effects."  Psychiatry 27 (February 1964):  69-72.
   Cited in:
    Florence N Holland, "A Comment on the Segregated Learning Situation as an Insulating Device for the Negro Child," Psychiatry 27 (Aug 1964): 301
    Max Pepper, FC Redlich and Anita Pepper, "Social Psychiatry," American Journal of Psychiatry 12 (January 1965): 662-6
    HJ Roberts, "The Syndrome of Narcolepsy and Diabetogenic Hyperinsulinism in the American Negro: Important Clinical, Social and Public Health Aspects," Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 13 (September 1965): 852-85
    Vamik Volkan, "Some Observations of the Psychodynamic Processes of Two Negroes with Leukodermia," Psychiatric Quarterly 40 (1966): 34-42
    Gregor and D Angus McPherson, "Racial Attitudes Among White and Negro Children in a Deep South Standard Metropolitan Area," Journal of Social Psychology, 1966
    Ralph Mason Dreger and Kent S. Miller, "Comparative Psychological Studies of Negroes and Whites in the United States: 1959-1965," Psychological Bulletin Monograph Supplement 70 (September 1968): 1-58
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Gregor, "Social Science Research and the Education of the Minority-Group Child," Appendix in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Thomas F Pettigrew, "Racially Separate or Together," Journal of Social Issues 25 (1969): 43-69
    Joseph Hraba and Geoffrey Grant, "Black Is Beautiful: An Examination of Racial Preference and Identification," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 16 (November 1970): 398-402
    Perry A Zirkel, "Self-Concept and the ‘Disadvantage of Ethnic Group Membership and Mixture," Review of Educational Research 41 (June 1971): 211-25
    Susan Harris Ward and John Braun, "Self-Esteem and Racial Preference in Black Children," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 42 (July 1972): 644-647
    HE Wolf, Kolner Zeitschrift Soc 24 (1972): 747
    Yehudit Arzi, Megamot 22 (1976): 279
    Yehudit Arzi and Yehuda Amir, "Intellectual and Academic Achievements and Adjustment of Underprivileged Children in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Classrooms," Child Development 48 (June 1977): 726-9
    Yehuda Amir, Megamot 23 (1977): 41
    Bruce A Campbell, "The Impact of School Segregation: An Investigation of Three Mediating Factors," Youth and Society 9 (September 1977): 79-111
    Philip Friedman, "Racial Preferences and Identifications of White Elementary School Children," Contemporary Educational Psychology 5 (July 1980): 256-265
    FE Aboud, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 15 (1984): 3

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Reader in Marxist Philosophy edited by Howard Selsam and Harry Martel.  In Science and Society 28 (Spring 1964):  227-30.

[March 1964.  Gregor delivers a lecture on "Marxism in the Modern World" as part of the World Affairs Public Lectures series, University of Hawaii.]

[March 1964.  Gregor delivers "Race Relations, Personality and Aggression" and "Changing Concepts of Logic in Soviet Philosophy" before the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Lexington, Kentucky.   Later that year he settled in Lexington to teach at the University of Kentucky.]

[7 March 1964.  Genetic Psychology Monographs receives the manuscript of Gregor and McPherson, "Racial Preference and Ego Identity Among White and Bantu Children," which reports results of a study undertaken by the Committee for the Study of Intergroup Relations (of which Gregor is Program-Coordinator), under the auspices of the Institut International de Sociologie.  It was supported by a grant from the Human Genetics Fund and undertaken with the cooperation of officials of the South African government.  Gregor thanked Corrado Gini for "sage counsel and advice."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Heredity and Intellect."   Review of The Geography of Intellect by Nathaniel Weyl and Stefan Possony.   In National Review 16 (April 7, 1964):  287-289.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Geography of Intellect by Stephan Possony and Nathaniel Weyl.  In Mankind Quarterly 4 (April-June 1964):   223-226.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Black Nationalism: A Search for an Identity in America by E.U. Essein-Udom.  In Mankind Quarterly 4 (April-June 1964):  226-228.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of La Contribucion de Ortega a la Teoria Sociologica by Juan Carlos Aquila.  In Mankind Quarterly 4 (April-June 1964):  233-234.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Education and Attitude Change: The Effect of Schooling on Prejudice Against Minority Groups by Charles H. Stember.   In Mankind Quarterly 4 (April-June 1964):  238-239.

[April-June 1964.  Mankind Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 4.   This was the last issue to list Gregor as an Assistant Editor, and also the last to which he contributes.  Despite this formal end to Gregor's relationship with Mankind Quarterly, he continued to write on racial theory with other continuing contributors to the journal, and he continued to contribute to journals that had links to Mankind Quarterly.]

[11 April 1964.  Gregor delivers the substance of "Race Relations, Personality and Aggression" under title "Race Relations, Personality Dynamics and Aggression" at the Symposium on Violence conducted by the Medical Correctional Association, the Manhattan College Institute for Forensic Research and the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Conference in New York City.]

[18-21 May 1964.  Evers v. Jackson is heard in US District Court.]

[2 July 1964.  The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is signed into law.]

[1964-66.  Gregor leaves the University of Hawaii for a position as associate professor of philosophy, University of Kentucky.]

[October 1964.  Gregor delivers "Philosophy and Psychology" before the Kentucky Academy of Sciences, Morehead, Kentucky.]

[November 1964.  Gregor delivers "The Susceptibility to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian Aborigines" before the Kentucky Psychological Association.]

[Dec. 1964.  Revue Internationale de Sociologie, vol. 2 (new series), no. 1.  Gregor is listed as a Co-Editor (responsible for English-language submissions).  This is the journal of the Institut International de Sociologie, edited by Corrado Gini.  Its Comité Scientifique interlocks with the group around IAAEE and Mankind Quarterly, including Ernest van den Haag, C.D. Darlington, Charles C. Josey, R. Travis Osborne, Ralph W Erikson (Mississippi State U), George Lundberg (Univ Washington), etc.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Necrologies:  William Fielding Ogburn (1886-1959)."  Revue International de Sociologie 2 (N.S.), (December 1964):  92.

 

1965

Gregor, A. James.  "Marx, Feuerbach, and the Reform of the Hegelian Dialectic."  Science and Society 29 (Winter 1965):  66-80.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    H Veltmeyer, Sociological Inquiry 48 (1978): 101

Gregor, A. James.  A Survey of Marxism:  Problems in Philosophy and the Theory of History. New York:  Random House, 1965.
   Cited in:
    Bernard S Morris, Review in Political Science Quarterly 81 (June 1966): 318-20
    Alfred G Meyer, Review in American Political Science Review 61 (March 1967): 170-72
    Gregor, "African Socialism, Socialism and Fascism" Review of Politics, 1967
    Henry F Mins, Review in Science and Society 31 (Summer 1967): 359-64
    Lloyd D Easton, Review in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 28 (September 1967): 128-30
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, revised edition, 1969
    Terence Ball, "From Paradigms to Research Programs: Towards a Post-Kuhnian Political Science," American Journal of Political Science 20 (February 1976): 151-77
    Gregor, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, 1979
    Maria Hsia Chang, "What Is Left of Mao Tse-tung Thought?," Issues and Studies 28 (January 1992): 18-38

[20 February 1965.  Promotional letter from the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics describing its monograph and reprint series.  It states that the selection of materials for reprinting is made by an editorial committee consisting of Robert E. Kuttner, A. James Gregor, and Donald A. Swan.  The articles in the IAAEE reprint series included:
        No. 1:  Henry E. Garrett, "Klineberg's Chapter on Race and Psychology"
        No. 2:  E. Raymond Hall, "Zoological Subspecies of Man"
        No. 3:  A. James Gregor, "On the Nature of Prejudice"
        No. 4:  Stanley D. Porteus, "Ethnic Group Differences"
        No. 5:  C.D. Darlington, "The Control of Evolution in Man"
        No. 6:  R. Ruggles Gates, "The Emergence of Racial Genetics"
        No. 7:  Bertil J. Lundman. "The Racial History of Scandanavia: An Outline"
        No. 8:  George A. Lundberg, "Some Neglected Aspects of the 'Minorities' Problem"
        No. 9:  Henry E. Garrett, "The S.P.S.S.I. and Racial Differences"
        No. 10:  Ernest van den Haag, "Social Science Testimony in the Desegregation Cases: A Reply to Professor Kenneth Clark"
        No. 11:  Sir Cyril Burt, "The Inheritance of Mental Ability"
        No. 12:  John M. Radzinski, "The American Melting Pot: Its Meaning to Us"
        No. 13:  Clairette P. Armstrong, "Psychodiagnosis, Prognosis, School Desegregation and Delinquency"
        No. 14:  H.M. Roland and Donald A. Swan, "Race, Psychology and Education: Wilmington, N.C."]

Gregor, A. James, and Angus McPherson.  "A Study of Susceptibility to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian Aborigines."  Psychologia Africana 11 (1965):  1-13.
   [This journal was published by the National Institute for Personnel Research (NIPR), Johannesburg, South Africa.  Helmut Reuning of the NIPR was on the executive committee of the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics.  Gregor’s fellow assistant editor at Mankind Quarterly, Donald A. Swan, also published here.]
    Cited in:
    JW Berry, "Ecology, Perceptual Development and the Müller-Lyer Illusion," British Journal of Psychology 59 (August 1968): 205-210
    Gustav Jahoda and Barrie Stacey, "Susceptibility to Geometrical Illusions According to Culture and Professional Training," Perception and Psychophysics 7 (1970): 179-84
    Clive M Davis, "Education and Susceptibility to the Müller-Lyer Illusion Among the Banyankole," Journal of Social Psychology 82 (October 1970): 25-34
    JW Berry, "Müller-Lyer Susceptibility: Culture, Ecology or Race?" International Journal of Psychology 6 (1971): 193-7
    Gustav Jahoda, "Retinal Pigmentation, Illusion Susceptibility and Space Perception," International Journal of Psychology 6 (1971): 199-208
    Subhas Chandra, "An Assessment of Perceptual Acuity in Fiji: A Cross-Cultural Study with Indians and Fijians," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 (December 1972): 401-6
    A Zempleni, "Environnement africaine et developpement," Psychopathologie Africaine 8 (1972): 233-295
    Marc H Bornstein, "The Psychophysiological Component of Cultural Difference in Color naming and Illusion Susceptibility," Behavior Science News 8 (1973): 41-101
    John LM Dawson, Brian M Young and Peter PC Choi, "Developmental Influences on Geometric Illusion Susceptibility Among Hong Kong Chinese Children," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 4 (March 1973): 49-74
    Helmut Reuning and W Wortley, "Psychological Studies of Bushmen," Psychologia Africana S7 (1973): 1-113
    V Mary Stewart, "Tests of the 'Carpentered World' Hypothesis by Race and Environment in America and Zambia," International Journal of Psychology 8 (1973): 83-94
    P Marquer, B Psychol 27 (1974): 572
    Jan B Deregowski, "Implicit Shape Constancy" Cross-Cultural Comparison," Perception 5 (1976): 343-348
    A Ahluwalia, "An Intra-Cultural Investigation of Susceptibility to ‘Perspective’ and ‘Non-Perspective’ Spatial Illusions," British Journal of Psychology 69 (May 1978): 233-41
    AD Pick, in Handbook of Perception, vol. 10, Perceptual Ecology, edited by EC Carterette and MP Friedman, pp. 19- , New York: Academic Press 1978
    J Reis, "Causality Among Cross-Cultural Correlations - A Psychological Interpretation," Behavior Science Research 14 (1979): 71-113
    DN Perkins and Jan B Deregowski, "A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Use of a Gestalt Perceptual Strategy," Perception 11 (1982): 279-286
    Jan B Deregowski, "Real Space and Represented Space: Cross-Cultural Perspectives," Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12 (March 1989): 51-119

Gregor, A. James.  "The Law, Social Science, and School Segregation:  An Assessment."  In De Facto Segregation and Civil Rights:   The Struggle for Legal and Social Equality, edited by Oliver Schroeder, Jr. and D. Smith.  Buffalo:  W.S. Hein, 1965.
   [Reprint of the 1963 Western Reserve Law Review article.]
    Cited in:
    Frank I Goodman, "De Facto School Segregation: A Constitutional and Empirical Analysis," California Law Review 60 (March 1972): 275-437


[Summer 1965.  Gregor was summer consultant to the Human Genetics Fund, in South West Africa.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844 and Karl Marx:  Early Writings.  In Science and Society 24 (Summer 1965):  357-62.

[13 November 1965.  Gregor presents a paper on "Marxism and Ethics: A Methodological View" at the American Institute of Marxist Studies Symposium on Marxist Methodology, held at the University of Pennsylvania.  It was published in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (1968).]

Gregor, A. James.  "Race Relations, Frustration, and Aggression."  Revue Internationale de Sociologie 2 (n.s.), (December 1965):  90-110.
   [This is from the April 1964 paper.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969

 

1966

Leonard, George Stephen.  "Ethnic Differentiation in the United States School Desegregation Cases."  Mankind Quarterly 6 (January-March 1966):  139-148.
   [At p. 144:  "In this same period [after Brown] outside the courts a considerable body of evidence was being assembled that announced conclusions of our Supreme Court were scientifically incorrect and that a demonstration could be made to show not only that the races differ basically in their learning patterns and average intelligence but that this conclusion was supported by the published studies on comparative brain weight and structure and and by data from the fields of differential psychology and the newer discipline of social dynamics.  Directly concerned with … bringing together the available scientific materials which contradicted the assertions of Drs. Redfield and Clark were a number of scientists and others well known to the readers of The Mankind Quarterly, including Drs. Garrett, George, Armstrong, Osborne, van den Haag, Kuttner, Gregor; and much of the credit for collating and organizing the available data belongs to an Assistant Editor, Donald A. Swan."]

Osborne, R. Travis, and A. James Gregor.  "The Heritability of Visualization, Perceptual Speed and Spatial Organization."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 23 (1966):  379-90.
   [This was the first of five papers that Gregor published with Osborne (four in Perceptual and Motor Skills, one in Revue Internationale de Sociologie) reporting on the Georgia twin study.  Osborne, a professor of psychology at the University of Georgia, was a major figure in the coterie around Mankind Quarterly.]
    Cited in:
    R Travis Osborne, Gregor and Frank Miele, "Heritability of Numerical Facility," Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1967
    IM Smith, Durham Research Review 5 (1967): 149
    D Campbell, Annual Review of Psychology 19 (1968): 251
    R Travis Osborne, Gregor and Frank Miele, "Heritability of Factor V: Verbal Comprehension," Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1968
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Lee J Cronbach, "Heredity, Environment, and Educational Policy," Harvard Educational Review 39 (Spring 1969): 338-47
    R Guttman, Human Heredity 20 (1970): 57
    JS Kleinfeld, Arctic 24 (1971): 132
    Gardner Lindzey, John C Loehlin, M Manoservitz and Del Thiessen, "Behavioral Genetics," Annual Review of Psychology 22 (1971): 39-94
    Frank Miele, "Twin Studies and the Inheritance of Mental Ability," Mankind Quarterly 13 (January-March 1973): 129-40
    JS Kleinfeld, "Intellectual Strengths in Culturally Different Groups: An Eskimo Example," Review of Educational Research 43 (Summer 1973): 341-359
    P Rouberto, Ann Psychol 73 (1973): 151
    Donald Kolakowski and Robert M Malina, "Spatial Ability, Throwing Accuracy and Man's Hunting Heritage," Nature 251 (October 4, 1974): 410-412


[13-15 March 1966.  International Symposium on the Methodology of the Social Sciences, in Rome.  Gregor delivers an abridged version of "Corrado Gini, the Organismic Analogy, and Sociological Explanation" and an early version of "Political Science and the Uses of Functional Analysis," and Gregor and Osborne deliver "Hereditary Factors in the Performance of Visual Perceptual Tasks."]

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson.  "Racial Preference and Ego-Identity Among White and Bantu Children in the Republic of South Africa." Genetic Psychology Monographs 73 (May 1966):  217-53.
   Cited in:
    D Campbell, Annual Review of Psychology 19 (1968): 251
    J Kenneth Morland, "Race Awareness Among American and Hong Kong Chinese Children," American Journal of Sociology 75 (November 1969): 360-74
    J Kenneth Morland, "Race Awareness Among American and Hong Kong Chinese Children," Ekistics 32 (September 1971): 221-25
    David Milner, "Racial Identification and Preference in ‘Black’ British Children," European Journal of Social Psychology 3 (1973): 281-95
    Hoyt S Alverson, "Minority Group Autonomy and the Rejection of Dominant Group Racial Mythologies: the Zulu of South Africa," African Studies 33 (1974): 3-24
    Bernard G Rosenthal, "Development of Self-Identification in Relation to Attitudes Towards the Self in the Chippewa Indians," Genetic Psychology Monographs 90 (August 1974): 43-141
    Nicola JH Madge, "Context and the Expressed Ethnic Preferences of Infant Schoolchildren," Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 17 (1976): 337-44
    AG Davey and PN Mullin, "Ethnic Identification and Preference of British Primary School Children," Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 21 (July 1980): 241-251
    J Kenneth Morland and Ellen Suthers, "Racial Attitudes of Children: Perspectives on the Structural-Normative Theory of Prejudice," Phylon 41 (1980): 267-75
    Philip Frankel, "Political Culture and revolution in Soweto," Journal of Politics 43 (August 1981): 831-849
    J Kenneth Morland and Chien-Hou Wang, "Racial/Ethnic Identity of Preschool Children: Comparing Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United States," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 12 (December 1981): 409-24
    Miles Hewstone, Jos Jaspers and Mansur Lee, "Social Representations, Social Attribution and Social Identity," European Journal of Social Psychology 12 (July-September 1982): 241-69
    A Majeed and ESK Ghosh, "A Study of Social Identity in Three Ethnic Groups in India," International Journal of Psychology 17 (1982): 455-63
    Eta I Schneiderman, "Sex Differences in the Development of Children's Ethnic and Language Attitudes," International Journal of the Sociology of Language, no. 38 (1982): 31-44
    Isidore Pushkin and Veronica Norburn, "Ethnic Preferences in Young Children and Their Adolescence in Three London Districts," Human Relations 36 (April 1983): 309-44
    Graham C Kinloch, "Racial Attitudes in South Africa: A Review," Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs 111 (August 1985): 263-81
    Peter Frost, "Human Skin Color: The Sexual Differentiation of Its Social Perception," Mankind Quarterly 30 (1989): 3-16
    Joyce Hickson and Susan Kriegler, "Childshock: The Effects of Apartheid on the Mental Health of South Africa's Children," International Journal for the Advacnement of Counselling 14 (June 1991): 141-154
    John T Jost and Mahzarin R Banaji, "The Role of Stereotyping in System-Justification and the Production of False Consciousness," British Journal of Social Psychology 33 (March 1994): 1-27
    Peter Frost, "Preference for Darker Faces in Photographs at Different Phases of the Menstrual Cycle,"Perceptual and Motor Skills 79 (August 1994): 507-514
    Yael Bat-Chava, "Group Identification and Self-Esteem of Deaf Adults," Personality and Social Psychology 20 (October 1994): 494-502
    M Kelly and J Duckett, "Racial Preference and Self-Esteem in Black South African Children," South African Journal of Psychology 25 (1995): 217-223

   

[1966-67.  Gregor is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Texas in Austin.]

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson.  "Racial Attitudes Among White and Negro Children in a Deep South Standard Metropolitan Area."  Journal of Social Psychology 68 (1966):  95-106.
   [This was Gregor's last paper with McPherson.]
    Cited in:
    Ralph Mason Dreger and Kurt S Miller. "Comparative Psychological Studies of Negroes and Whites in the United States: 1959-1965," Psychological Bulletin Monograph Supplement 70 (September 1968): 1-58
    D Campbell, Annual Review of Sociology 19 (1968): 251
    Leslie Melamed, "Race Awareness in South African Children," Journal of Social Psychology 76 (October 1968): 3-8
    Gregor, "Social Science Research and the Education of the Minority-Group Child," Appendix in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    John H Litcher and David W Johnson, "Changes in Attitudes Toward Negroes of White Elementary School Students After Use of Multiethnic Readers," Journal of Educational Psychology 76 (October 1968): 3-8
    HE Wolf, Kolner Zeitschrift fur So 24 (1972): 747
    Antonio Martinez-Monfort and Ralph Mason Dreger, "Reactions of High School Students to School Desegregation in a Southern Metropolitan Area," Psychological Reports 30 (April 1972): 543-50

   Susan Harris Ward and John Braun, "Self-Esteem and Racial Preference in Black Children," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 42 (July 1972): 644-647
    Norman H Hamm, David O William and A Derick Dalhouse, "Preference for Black Skin Among Negro Adults," Psychological Reports 32 (June 1973): 1171-5
    John H Litcher, David W Johnson and Frank L Ryan, "Use of Pictures of Multiethnic Interaction to Change Attitudes of White Elementary School Students Toward Blacks," Psychological Reports 33 (August 1973): 367-72
    DJ Fox and VB Jordan, "Racial Preference and Identification of Black, American Chinese, and White Children," Genetic Psychology Monographs 88 (1973): 229-86
    Elaine S Brand, Rene A Ruiz and Amado M Padilla, "Ethnic Identification and Preference," Psychological Bulletin 81 (November 1974): 860-90
    P Prendergast et al, "Self Image Among a National Probability Sample of Girls," Child Study Journal 4 (1974): 103-14
    Albert Roberts, Kathleen Y Mosley and Maureen W Chamberlain, "Age Differences in Racial Self-Identity of Young Black Girls," Psychological Reports 37 (December 1975): 1263-6

    W Curtis Banks, "White Preference in Blacks: A Paradigm in Search of a Phenomenon," Psychological Bulletin 83 (November 1976): 1179-86
    Yakov Epstein, Edward Krupat and Constance Obudho, "Clean Is Beautiful: Identification and Preference as a Function of Race and Cleanliness," Journal of Social Issues 32 (1976): 109-118
    S Jones and E Diener, "Ethnic Preference of College Students for Their Own and Other Racial Groups," Social Behavior and Personality 4 (1976): 225-231
    Linda A Teplin, "A Comparison of Racial/Ethnic Preferences Among Anglo, Black and Latino Children," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 46 (October 1976): 702-709
    Clifford L Moore, "The Racial Preference and Attitude of Preschool Black Children," Journal of Genetic Psychology 129 (September 1976): 37-44
    Linda A Teplin, "Racial Preference as Artifact?," Social Science Quarterly 57 (March 1977): 834-48
    Linda A Teplin, "Preference versus Prejudice: A Multimethod Analysis of Children’s Discrepant Racial Choices," Social Science Quarterly 58 (December 1977): 390-406
    Clifford L Moore, "Racial Preference and Intelligence," Journal of Psychology 100 (September 1978): 39-43
    Theodore M Dembroski, Thomas M Lasater and Alberto Ramirez, "Communicator Similarity, Fear Arousing Communications, and Compliance with Health Care Recommendations," Journal of Applied Social Psychology 8 (July-September 1978): 254-69
    Elaine S LeVine and Rene A Ruiz, "An Exploration of Multicorrelates of Ethnic Group Choice," Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 9 (June 1978): 179-90
    Janet W Schofield, "An Exploratory Study of the Draw-a-Person as a Measure of Racial Identity," Perceptual and Motor Skills 46 (February 1978): 311-21
    Walter G Stephan, "School Desegregation: An Evaluation of Predictions Made in Brown v. Board of Education," Psychological Bulletin 85 (March 1978): 217-38
    Andrea Weiland and Walter Stephan, "The Effects of Race on Imitation," Journal of Genetic Psychology 133 (December 1978): 277-85
    Carole G Goldstein, et. al., "Racial Attitudes in Young Children as a Function of Interracial Contact in the Public Schools," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 49 (January 1979): 89-99

   S Feinman, "Trends in Racial Self-Image of Black Children," Journal of Negro Education 48 (1979): 488-499
    Jo Whitten May and J Gaylord May, "Color Preference for Black and White by Infants and Young Children," Perceptual and Motor Skills 49 (1979): 143
    Philip Friedman, "Racial Preferences and Identifications of White Elementary School Children," Contemporary Educational Psychology 5 (July 1980): 256-265
    Reginald L Jones and Yvonne Smith, "Black Children’s Associations of Class-Descriptive labels," Journal of Black Studies 10 (March 1980): 345-53
    SB Graves, "Psychological Effects of Black Portrayals on Television," in Television and Social Behavior, edited by SB Withey and RP Abeles, pp. 259- , Hillsdale NJ: L. Erlbaum 1980
    RT Jones, in Individuals as Producers of Their Own Development, edited by RM Lerner and NA Buschrossnagel, pp. 349- , NY: Academic Press, 1981
    JW May, Perceptual and Motor Skills 52 (1981): 255
    Eta I Schneiderman, "Sex Differences in the Development of Children's Ethnic and Language Attitudes," International Journal of the Sociology of Language, no. 38 (1982): 31-44

    Isidore Pushkin and Veronica Norburn, "Ethnic Preferences in Young Children and in Their Adolescence in Three London Districts," Human Relations 36 (1983): 309-44
    GR Sudame, International Journal of Social Work 44 (1983): 35
    KJ Gergen, Advances in Experimental Social Psychology 17 (1984): 49
    GM Vaughan, Australian Journal of Psychology 38 (1986): 359

Gregor, A. James.  "Psychoanalytic Disposition Terms and Reduction Sentences."  Journal of Philosophy 63 (December 1966):   737-44.

Gregor, A. James.  "Some Aspects of the Scientific Work of Corrado Gini."  Revue Internationale de Sociologie 2 (n.s.), (December 1966):  64-75.

Osborne, R. Travis, and A. James Gregor.  "Hereditary Factors in the Performance of Visual Perceptual Tasks."  Revue Internationale de Sociologie 2 (n.s.), (December 1966):  274-82.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969


[27 December 1966.  Gregor delivers "Functionalism as a Heuristic Aid" at the 64th annual meeting of the American Philosophical Association.]

 

1967

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Three Faces of Fascism by Ernst Nolte.  In Science and Society 31 (Winter 1967): 82-85.
   [This was Gregor's first published work on fascist ideology since the early essays in The European.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Corrado Gini, the Organismic Analogy, and Sociological Explanation." The Sociological Quarterly 8 (Spring1967):   165-172.

Gregor, A. James.  "Evolutionary Theory, Race, and Society."  In Race and Modern Science, edited by Robert E. Kuttner, 278-303.  New York:  Social Science Press, 1967.
    Cited in:
    LC Dunn Review of Race and Modern Science, in Eugenics Quarterly 15 (December 1968): 298-301

[1967- .  Gregor is on the faculty of the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.]

[1967.   Gregor is affiliated with UC Berkeley's Institute for International Studies, Berkeley and East Germany.]

Gregor, A. James.  "African Socialism, Socialism, and Fascism."  Review of Politics 29 (July 1967):  324-353.
   [This important paper contained many of the themes Gregor developed in his work on fascist ideology over the following decade:  developmental dictatorship, young Mussolini, etc. It marks a transition in his work on race from psychological to ideological analysis, in which African Socialism (like black nationalism in the 1963 Science and Society article) is viewed through the matrix of fascist ideology (and as an historical illustration of the general psychological principles laid out in the earlier work).]
    Cited in:
    Marion Mushkat, "Der afrikanische Sozialismus," Politische Vierteljahresschrift 12 (August 1971): 220-51
    Anthony James Joes, "Fascism: The Past and the Future," Comparative Political Studies 7 (April 1974): 107-133
    Marion Mushkat, "Die Ökonomischen, politischen und menschlichen Faktoren der Unterentwicklung," Politische Studien 25 (July-August 1974): 385-392
    Marion Mushkat, Mondes en developpement (1975): 57
    Anthony James Joes, Fascism in the Contemporary World, Boulder: Westview, 1978
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980
    Frederick B Pike, "Peru’s Haya de la Torre and Archetypal Regeneration Mythology," Inter-American Economic Affairs 34 (Autumn 1980): 25-65
    GC Corat, Parlimentary Affairs 36 (1983): 229
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

   Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

Newby, Idus A. Challenge to the Court:  Social Scientists and the Defense of Segregation, 1954-1966.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana University Press, 1967.
   [This important book contains a long discussion of Gregor's work on race and of the ideological community within which he developed his ideas.  It argues that the IAAEE and Mankind Quarterly were among the main institutional centers of scientific racist thinking during the period.
    Elements of this milieu, including Gregor, responded aggressively to the publication of Newby’s book, and their pressure led the LSU Press to agree to publish a new edition in 1969 that contains long critical commentaries by:
                            Gregor
                            Frank CJ McGurk
                            R Travis Osborne
                            Wesley Critz George
                            Robert Gayre of Gayre
                            Carleton Putnam
                            Nathaniel Weyl
                            Ernest van den Haag.]
    Cited in:
    Arnold W Green, "Science or Dogma?," Review in National Review (February 13, 1968): 148-149
    Milton Cantor, Review in Negro History Bulletin 31 (March 1968): 23
    (Anon.), Review in Virginia Quarterly Review 44 (Spring 1968): lxxi
    CP Ives, "Equality and Genetics," Review in The Modern Age 12 (Spring 1968): 204-207
    Richard L Watson Jr, Review in North Carolina Historical Review 45 (April 1968): 228-229
    J Welfred Holmes, Review in Journal of Negro History 53 (April 1968): 188-190
    Elliott Rudwick, Review in American Historical Review 73 (June 1968): 1680-1681
    Gilbert Osofsky, Review in Wisconsin Magazine of History (Summer 1968): 338-9
    Albert B Saye, Review in Georgia Historical Quarterly 52 (September 1968): 362-364
    Arnold W Green, "Invincible Ideology" Review of revised edition in National Review (9 September 1969): 915-917
    Paul L Murphy, Review in Mississippi Quarterly 22 (Fall 1969): 382-385
    Peter Dodge, Review in American Sociological Review 39 (October 1969): 766-767

   

Osborne, R. Travis, A. James Gregor, and Frank Miele.  "Heritability of Numerical Facility."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 24 (1967):  659-66.
   [Miele was a student of Osborne in Georgia and a frequent contributor to Mankind Quarterly.  Osborne and Miele also collaborated with Donald A. Swan, the neo-Nazi assistant editor of Mankind Quarterly.  Miele has subsequently worked, with financial support from the Pioneer Fund, as a research assistant to the psychologist Richard Lynn, and is now an associate editor of Skeptic magazine.]
    Cited in:
    R Travis Osborne, Gregor and Frank Miele, "Heritability of Factor V: Verbal Comprehension," Perceptual and Motor Skills,1968
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    FS Fehr, "Critique of Hereditarian Accounts of ‘Intelligence’ and Contrary Findings: A Reply to Jensen," Harvard Educational Review 39 (Summer 1969): 571-80
    Gardner Lindzey, John C Loehlin, M Manosevitz and Del Thiessen, "Behavioral Genetics," Annual Review of Psychology 22 (1971): 39-94
    Frank Miele, "Twin Studies and the Inheritance of Mental Ability," Mankind Quarterly 13 (Jan-March 1973): 129-40
    P Rouberto, Ann Psychol 73 (1973): 151

[23-27 October 1967.  XXIth Congress of the Institut International de Sociologie, in Madrid. Gregor delivers "Political Science and the Uses of Functionalism," and R. Travis Osborne and Gregor deliver "Racial Differences in Inheritance Ratios for Tests of Spatial Ability."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Functionalism as a Heuristic Aid."   Abstract.  Journal of Philosophy 64 (October 26, 1967):  686-687.
   [This appeared among the abstracts of papers to be read at the 64th annual meeting, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, December 27-29, 1967.]

"New Race Doctrines:  To Sustain 'White Supremacy'."   Patterns of Prejudice 1 (November- December 1967): 21-23.
   [Page 21 of this survey of publications of the IAAEE refers to Gregor's On the Nature of Prejudice.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The Impact of Darwinism on the Materialist Conception of History."  Revue Internationale de Sociologie 3 (n.s.), (December 1967):  74-89.

 

1968

Gregor, A. James.  Contemporary Radical Ideologies:   Totalitarian Thought in the Twentieth Century.  New York:  Random House, 1968.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "African Socialism, Socialism and Fascism," Review of Politics, 1967
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    Howard L Parsons, Review of The Ideology of Fascism and Contemporary Radical Ideologies, in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 31 (December 1970): 306-8
    Clement Henry Moore, "On Theory and Practice Among Arabs," World Politics 24 (October 1971): 106-26
    James F Ward, "Toward a Sixth Party System?: Partisanship and Political Development," Western Political Quarterly 26 (September 1973): 385-413
    Gregor, Interpretations of Fascism, 1974
    Clement Henry Moore, "Authoritarian Politics in an Unincorporated Society: The Case of Nasser's Egypt," Comparative Politics 6 (1974): 193-218
    Juan J Linz, "Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes," in Handbook of Political Science, vol 3, Macropolitical Theory, edited by Fred I Greenstein and Nelson W Polsby, 175-411, Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1975
    BO Adebisi, "Alliance for Oppression: Pre-Coup Portugal, Rhodesia and South Africa versus Blacks," Co-Existence 13 (October 1976): 190-208
    Arnold Hughes and Martin Kolinsky, "‘Paradigmatic Fascism’ and Modernization: A Critique," Political Studies 24 (December 1976): 371-96
    Gregor, "Fascism and the ‘Countermodernization’ of Consciousness," Comparative Political Studies, 1977
    Anthony James Joes, Fascism in the Contemporary World, Boulder: Westview, 1978
    R Stokes, Economic Development and Cultural Change 26 (1978): 245
    Gilbert Allardyce, "What Fascism Is Not: Thoughts on the Deflation of a Concept," American Historical Review 84 (April 1979): 367-98
    Martin Seliger, "The Inseparability of Ideology and Politics: The Case for a Re-Evaluation of the Concept of 'Ideology'," Cahiers Vilfredo Pareto 17 (1979): 115-38
    Gregor, "The Socialism of Fools," Society, 1981

    Hermann Klenner, "Hegel's 'Rechtsphilosophie' und ihre bò rgerliche Gegenwartskritisk," Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Philosophie 30 (1982): 470-479
    Menno Boldt and Anthony Long, "Tribal Philosophies and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms," Ethnic and Racial Studies 7 (October 1984): 478-93
    Colin A Vale, "Was Apartheid a Unique Phenomenon?: A Discussion of Its Origins in the Light of Recent Research," Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies 17 (1992): 89-122
    Scott E Sundby, "’Everyman’s’ Fourth Amendment: Privacy or Mutual Trust Between Government and Citizen?," Columbia Law Review 94 (October 1994): 1751-1812
    Jarolsaw Piekalkiewicz and Alfred Wayne Penn, Politics of Ideocracy, Albany: SUNY Press, 1995
    Robert F Nagel, "Progress and Constitutionalism," Michigan Law Review 94 (May 1996): 1495-1509
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

   

[9 January 1968.  Perceptual and Motor Skills accepts Osborne, Gregor and Miele, "Heritability of Factor V: Verbal Comprehension."]

Gregor, A. James.  Review Sociological Theory and Modern Society by Talcott Parsons.  In American Sociological Review 33 (June 1968):  450-453.

Gregor, A. James.  "Marxism and Ethics:  A Methodological Inquiry."  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 28 (March 1968):  368-84.

[19-20 April 1968.  Gregor presents "Marxism and the Totalitarian Ethic" at the 2nd Conference on Value Inquiry, University of Akron.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Classical Marxism and the Totalitarian Ethic."  Journal of Value Inquiry 2 (Spring 1968):  58-72.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Understanding Fascism," American Political Science Review, 1973
    Gregor, Interpretations of Fascism, 1974
    Gregor, "Fascism and the ‘Countermodernization’ of Consciousness," Comparative Political Studies, 1977

Gregor, A. James.  "Political Science and the Uses of Functionalism."  American Political Science Review 62 (June 1968):   425-39.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Theory, Metatheory and Comparative Politics," Comparative Politics, 1971
    Nancy E McGlen and Alvin Rabushka, "Polemics on Functional Analysis," Midwest Journal of Political Science 15 (February 1971): 133-43
    Peter A Corning, "The Biological Bases of Behavior and Some Implications for Political Science," World Politics 23 (April 1971): 321-70
    Sheldon Goldman and Thomas P Jahnige, "Systems Analysis and Judicial Systems," Polity 3 (Spring 1971): 334-59
    A Wayne Penn, "Toward a New Generation of Systems Models in Political Science," Polity 4 (Spring 1972): 272-300
    Doyal D O’Dell, "The Structure of Metropolitan Political Systems," Western Political Quarterly 26 (March 1973): 64-82
    Ronald J Yalem, "Prolegomena on the Post-Behavioral Revolution in International Studies," Orbis 16 (Winter 1973): 1032-42
    FS Pearson, "Dynamics of Middle Eastern Conflict," General Systems 19 (1974): 103-115
    J Thomas, Social Stud 3 (1974): 381
    Ernst B Haas, "On Systems and International Regimes," World Politics 27 (January 1975): 147-74
    JS Sorzano, "David Easton and the Invisible Hand," American Political Science Review 69 (March 1975): 91-106
    Terence Ball, "From Paradigms to Research Programs: Towards a Post-Kuhnian Political Science," American Journal of Political Science 20 (February 1976): 151-77
    Gabriel A Almond and SJ Genco, "Clouds, Clocks and the Study of Politics," World Politics 29 (1977): 489-522
    Frederick M Wirt, "Reassessment Needs in the Study of the Politics of Education," Teachers College Record 78 (May 1977): 401-12
    Kenneth España-Bauzon, "Martial Law in the Philippines: Paradigms of Explanation (Part II)," Asia Quarterly (1979): 185-202
    ME Hawkeswo, International Journal Women 7 (1984): 81

Osborne, R. Travis, A. James Gregor, and Frank Miele.   "Heritability of Factor V:  Verbal Comprehension."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 26 (1968):  191-202.
    [Contains noteworthy ideological passages.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry Into I.A. Newby’s Challenge to the Court," in Challenge to the Court, rev. ed., 1969
    P Mittler, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 10 (1969): 165
    R Travis Osborne, "Heritability Estimates for Visual Evoked Response," Life Sciences 9 (May 1970): 481-90
    R Travis Osborne and David E Suddick, "Blood Type Gene Frequency and Mental Ability," Psychological Reports 29 (December 1971): 1243-9
    Peggy R Sanday, "On the Causes of IQ Differences Between Groups and Implications for Social Policy," Human Organization 31 (Winter 1972): 411-24
    Leona E Tyler, "Human Abilities," Annual Review of Psychology 23 (1972): 177-206
    R Travis Osborne and David Suddick, "Stability of IQ Differences of Twins Between Ages Twelve and Twenty," Psychological Reports 32 (June 1973): 1096-8
    John C Loehlin, Gardner Lindzey and JN Spuhler, Race Differences in Intelligence, San Francisco: WH Freeman, 1975


[19 September 1968.  Perceptual and Motor Skills accepts Osborne and Gregor, "Racial Differences in Heritability Estimates for Tests of Spatial Ability."]

Osborne, R. Travis, and A. James Gregor.  "Racial Differences in Heritability Estimates for Tests of Spatial Ability."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 27 (1968):  735-39.
   [This is the last of Gregor's papers with Osborne and the culmination of the program of racial research that he has conducted over 10 years.   With the exception of his role in HJ Eysneck's August 1970 London conference, his apologia in Newby, and passages in his texts on fascist ideology, it marks the end of his work on the subject. Significantly, the paper, in its opening sentences, heralds the coming of Arthur Jensen. Was Gregor in contact with Jensen at Berkeley? He did stay in contact with his old New York acquaintance and former fellow assistant editor of Mankind Quarterly, Robert E. Kuttner, when the latter was in Palo Alto working with William Shockley.]
    Cited in:
    R Travis Osborne and Frank Miele, "Racial Differences in Environmental Influences on Numerical Abilities as Determined by Heritability Estimates," Perceptual and Motor Skills 28 (April 1969): 535-8
    Peggy R Sanday, "On the Causes of IQ Differences Between Groups and Implications for Social Policy," Human Organization 31 (Winter 1972): 411-24
    Leona E Tyler, "Human Abilities," Annual Review of Psychology 23 (1972): 177-206
    John C Loehlin, Gardner Lindzey and JN Spuhler, Race Differences in Intelligence, San Francisco: WH Freeman, 1975
    Wendy M Yen, "Sex-Linked Major-Gene Influences on Selected Types of Spatial Behavior," Behavior Genetics 5 (July 1975): 281-298
    Mark G McGee, "Human Spatial Abilities: Psychometric Studies and Environmental, Genetic, Hormonal, and Neurological Influences," Psychological Bulletin 86 (September 1979): 889-918

Dunn. L.C.  Review of Race and Modern Science, edited by Robert E. Kuttner.  In Eugenics Quarterly 15 (December 1968):  298-301.
   [At the first mention of Gregor’s name, Dunn states:   "Also known as A.J. Gimigliano of the Philosophy Department of the University of Hawaii."  On page 300 he writes:  "The other articles in the Sociology section present little that is new. Profesor Gini, who died in 1965, is represented by translations from lectures which he began to give in Rome in 1926, later included in his Corso di Sociologia (1957).  Dr. Gregor (Gimigliano) spends much of his essay in an effort to resuscitate the views set forth by Ludwig Gumplowicz in his book of 1883, Der Rassenkampf, which were later propagated by W.G. Sumner."]

 

1969

Gregor, A. James.  "Of Learned Ignorance: A Brief Inquiry into I.A. Newby's Challenge to the Court."  In Challenge to the Court: Social Scientists and the Defense of Segregation, 1954-1966, by Idus A. Newby, 237-266.  Revised edition.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1969.

Gregor, A. James.  "Social Science Research and the Education of the Minority-Group Child."  In Challenge to the Court:  Social Scientists and the Defense of Segregation, 1954-1966, by Idus A. Newby, 267-283.   Revised edition.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1969.

Gregor, A. James. The Ideology of Fascism:  The Rationale of Totalitarianism.  New York:  Free Press, 1969.
   Cited in:
    "Cautionary Tale." Review in The Economist (January 3, 1970): 38-9
    William Ebenstein, Review in Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science 389 (May 1970): 152-4
    Alfonso Damico, Review in Journal of Politics 32 (May 1970): 464-5
    Dante Germino, Review in American Political Science Review 64 (June 1970): 614-7
    Edward R Tannenbaum, Review in American Historical Review 75 (December 1970): 2016-8
    Howard L Parsons, Review of The Ideology of Fascism and Contemporary Radical Ideologies, in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 31 (December 1970): 306-8
    Carl J Friedrich, Central European History 4 (1971): 271
    ED Wynot, Canadian Slavic Studies 4 (1971): 213
    SJ Woolf, Review in Political Studies 19 (December 1971): 494-5
    Gerhard Weinberg, Review in Political Science Quarterly 86 (December 1971): 665-7
    Lloyd E Eastman, "Fascism in Kuomintang China: The Blue Shirts," China Quarterly (January-March 1972): 1-31
    Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., "Fascism and Modernization," World Politics 24 (July 1972): 547-564
    Gregor, Fascism: The Contemporary Interpretations, 1973
    Gregor, "On Understanding Fascism: A Review of Some Contemporary Literature" American Political Science Review, 1973
    Gregor, Interpretations of Fascism, 1974
    Juan J Linz, "Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes," in Handbook of Political Science, vol 3, Macropolitical Theory, edited by Fred I Greenstein and Nelson W Polsby, 175-411, Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley 1975
    Michael A Ledeen, "The Evolution of Italian Fascist Antisemitism," Jewish Social Studies 37 (January 1975): 3-17
    John Dunn, "Fascists and Marxists," Review in Government and Opposition 10 (Winter 1975): 117-21
    TR Bates, Journal of the History of Ideas 36 (1975): 351
    Guy Hermet, Revue française de science politique 25 (1975): 1029
    Gene Bernardi, "The Origins and Development of Racial Antisemitism in Fascist Italy," Journal of Modern History 49 (September 1977): 431-53
    DC Band, "The Question of Sorel," Journal of European Studies 7 (September 1977): 204-13
    Michael Billig, European Journal of Social Psychology 7 (1977): 393
    Anthony James Joes, Fascism in the Contemporary World, Boulder: Westview, 1978
    John Lauber, "Pound’s Cantos: A Fascist Epic," Journal of American Studies 12 (April 1978): 3-21
    Gregor, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, 1979
    Gregor, Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, 1979
    Gilbert Allardyce, "What Fascism Is Not: Thoughts on the Deflation of a Concept," American Historical Review 84 (April 1979): 367-98
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980
    Gregor, "The Socialism of Fools," Society, 1981
    Said Amir Arjomand, "Shi’ite Islam and the Revolution in Iran," Government and Opposition 16 (Summer 1981): 293-316
    Eugen Weber, "Fascism(s) and Some Harbingers," Journal of Modern History 54 (December 1982): 746-65
    Said Amir Arjomand, American Sociologist 17 (1982): 94
    Gavan McCormack, "Nineteen-Thirties Japan: Fascism?," Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 14 (April-June 1982): 20-32
    Michael Shafir, "The Men of the Archangel Revisited: Anti-Semitic Formations Among Communist Romania’s Intellectuals," Studies in Comparative Communism 16 (Autumn 1983): 223-43
    Judith R Goodstein, "The Rise and Fall of Vito Volterra’s World," Journal of the History of Ideas 45 (October 1984): 607-17
    Christopher Dandeker, "Fascism and Ideology: Continuities and Discontinuities in Capitalist Development," Ethnic and Racial Studies 8 (1985): 348-367
    Jeffrey M Bale, "The Main Currents of Neo-Fascist Ideology in Post-World War II Europe: An Overview," Unpublished paper, 1987
    Jeffrey M Bale, "Right-Wing Terrorists and the Extraparlimentary Left in Post-World War II Europe: Collusion or Manipulation?" Berkeley Journal of Sociology 32 (1987): 193-236
    Leonid Luks, "Bolschewismus, Faschismus, Nationalsozialismus: verwandte Gegner," Geschichte und Gesellschaft 14 (1988): 96-115
    Philip V Cannistraro, Historical Dictionary of Fascist Italy, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1988

    Walter L Adamson, "Modernism and Fascism: The Politics of Culture in Italy, 1903-1922," American Historical Review 95 (April 1990): 359-90
    Roger Griffin, The Nature of Fascism, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991
    Walter L Adamson, "The Language of Opposition in Early Twentieth-Century Italy: Rhetorical Continuities between Prewar Florentine Avant-gardism and Mussolini's Fascism," Journal of Modern History 64 (March 1992): 22-51
    B Lamounier, Desarrollo Economico 32 (1992): 185-198
    Dick Pels, "Misionary Sociology Between Left and Right: A Critical Introduction to Mannheim," Theory, Culture, and Society 10 (August 1993): 45-68
    Dick Pels, "The Dark Side of Socialism: Hendrik De Man and the Fascist Temptation," History of the Human Sciences 6 (1993): 75-95
    Zeev Sternhell with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri, The Birth of Fascist Ideology Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: Univ Wisconsin Press, 1995
    Jarolsaw Piekalkiewicz and Alfred Wayne Penn, Politics of Ideocracy, Albany: SUNY Press, 1995
    Colin A Holmes, "The Politics of Phenomenological Concepts in Nursing," Journal of Advanced Nursing 24 (September 1996): 579-87
    Montserrat Guibernau, Nationalisms: The Nation-State and Nationalism in the Twentieth Century, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1996
    Franco Ferraresi, Threats to Democracy: The Radical Right in Italy After the War Princeton University Press 1996
    Martin A Lee, The Beast Reawakens, Boston: Little, Brown, 1997

Porteus, Stanley D.  A Psychologist of Sorts:  The Autobiography and Publications of the Inventor of the Porteus Maze Test.  Palo Alto:  Pacific Books, 1969.
   [Describes Gregor’s work with Porteus.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Gunnell on Deduction, Logic of Science and Scientific Explanation."  American Political Science Review 63 (1969): 1251-58.
   Cited in:
    Joseph M Firestone, "Remarks on Concept Formation: Theory Building and Theory Testing," Philosophy of Science 38 (December 1971): 570-604
    Warren R Phillips, "Where Have All the Theories Gone?," World Politics 26 (January 1974): 155-88
    John G Gunnell, "Political Science and the Theory of Action," Political Theory 7 (February 1979): 75-100
    S McGuire, "Incommensurability and Relativism," Current Perspectives 2 (1982): 161-88

Green, Arnold W.  "Invincible Ideology."  Review of Challenge to the Court:  Social Scientists and the Defense of Segregation, 1954-1966, revised edition, by Idus A. Newby.  In National Review (September 9, 1969):  915-917.
   ["… Newby says that Gregor attempted to have Challenge to the Court removed from circulation. Gregor, in his statement, says: ‘Only the decision of my attorneys and the attorneys of the Louisiana State Press that Newby’s libels are not legally ‘actionable’ has driven me to put [these hard judgments of Newby] into print.’ The Note from the Publisher in the book’s front refers only to ‘the right of rebuttal’ as reason for the new edition. If so, it was an act of gracious restitution and not a reaction to pressure."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Totalitarian Age."  Review of European Fascism edited by S. J. Woolf.  In Trans-Action 6 (October 1969):   56-57.
   [This is the first of three book reviews Gregor publishes here over next 18 months. The magazine's book review editor for this period is his Berkeley colleague, Nelson W. Polsby. IL Horowitz, who was also interested in fascism, has lately become Gregor's publisher at Transaction Press.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Understanding Fascism," American Political Science Review, 1973

Gregor, A. James.  "Parson's Functionalism as a Source of Test Hypotheses."  Revue Internationale de Sociologie 5 (n.s.), (December 1969):  160-

 

1970

Gregor, A. James.  "The Cult of the 'I'."  Review of Science and Subjectivity by Israel Scheffler.  In Trans-Action 7 (April 1970):  90.

[August 1970.  Gregor is involved in the arrangement for a conference on "Human Differences and Social Issues" at Maudsley Hospital, London.  H.J. Eysenck is the dominant figure at the meeting.]

 

1971

Gregor, A. James.  An Introduction to Metapolitics:  A Brief Inquiry into the Conceptual Language of Political Science.  New York:   Free Press, 1971.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Theory, Metatheory and Comparative Politics" Comparative Politics, 1971
    Peter Lyon, "Politics, Political Scientists and Metapolitics," Review in Encounter 39 (July 1972): 73-7
    RG Largen, Review in Journalism Quarterly 49 (1972): 597
    R Bell, Review in Journal of Politics 34 (1972): 962
    FJ Abbate, Review in Review of Politics 35 (1973): 421
    Gregor, Fascism: The Contemporary Interpretations, 1973
    Gregor, "On Understanding Fascism: A Review of Some Contemporary Literature," American Political Science Review, 1973
    WJM Mackenzie, Review in Political Studies 21 (September 1973): 429-31
    Gregor, Interpretations of Fascism, 1974
    A Zuckerman, Journal of Politics 39 (1977): 324
    David Ricci, "Receiving Ideas in Political Analysis: The Case of Community Power Studies, 1950-1970," Western Political Quarterly 33 (December 1980): 451-75
    J Gerstle, International Social Science 41 (1989): 607
    WC Muller, Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Politikwissenschaft 23 (1994): 213
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascist Lexicon."  Review of Le Interpretazione del Fascismo by Renzo De Felice, L'Industrializzazione tra Nazionalismo e Rivoluzione by Ludivco Garruccio, Fascism: An Anthology edited by Nathaniel Greene, Nazis and Fascists in Europe, 1918-1945 edited by John Weiss, The Fascist Tradition by John Weiss, and The Nature of Fascism edited by S.J. Woolf.  In Trans-Action 8 (May 1971):  54-58.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "On Understanding Fascism: A Review of Some Contemporary Literature" American Political Science Review, 1973

Gregor, A. James.  "Theory, Metatheory, and Comparative Politics."  Review of Comparative Politics by Gabriel A. Almond and G. Bingham Powell, Comparative Perspectives edited by Amitai Etzioni and Fredric L. Dubow, The Methodology of Comparative Research edited by Robert T. Holt and John E. Turner, Comparative Sociology by Robert M. Marsh, Modern Comparative Politics by Peter Merkl, and Politics and Social Structure by Talcott Parsons.  In Comparative Politics 3 (July 1971):  575-85.
    Cited in:
    MW Jackson, Canadian Journal of Politic 5 (1972): 402
    A Lijphart, International Studies Quarterly 18 (1974): 41
    N Furniss, International Studies Quarterly 18 (1974): 105
    Richard Sanderbrook, "The ’Crisis’ of Political Development Theory," Journal of Development Studies 12 (January 1976): 165-85
    James S Wunsch, "Traditional Authorities, Innovation and Development Policy," Journal of Developing Areas 11 (April 1977): 357-72
    Lee Sigelman and George H Gadbois Jr, "Contemporary Comparative Politics: An Inventory and Assessment," Comparative Political Studies 16 (October 1983): 275-305
    Jeffrey M Stonecash, "Inter-Party Competition, Political Dialogue and Public Policy," Policy Studies Journal 16 (Winter 1987): 243-62
    Stephanie Lawson, "Conceptual Issues in the Comparative Study of Regime Changes and Democratization," Comparative Politics 25 (January 1993): 183-205

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Moral Principles in Political Philosophy by Felix Oppenheimer.  In Philosophy Forum 10 (September 1971):   131-36.

 

1973

Gregor, A. James.  Fascism:  The Contemporary Interpretations.  Morristown, N.J.:  General Learning Press, 1973.

Gregor, A. James.  Fascism:  The Classical Interpretations of the Interwar Years.  Morristown, N.J.:  General Learning Press, 1973.
    Cited in:
    Anthony James Joes, Fascism in the Contemporary World, Boulder: Westview, 1978

Swan, Donald A.  "Differences in Race Are Not Just Skin Deep."  Pulse (Janury 20, 1973):  20-21.
   [Copies of this article were distributed by the IAAEE. It appears on the page with ads for IAAEE reprints and monographs, including Mankind Monograph, The Anatomy of a Controversy, and also IAAEE reprint no. 3, Gregor's "On the Nature of Prejudice," from the Eugenics Review of January 1961.]

Gregor, A. James.  "On Understanding Fascism:  A Review of Some Contemporary Literature."  Review of The Place of Fascism in European History edited by Gilbert Allardyce, The Rise of Fascism by F.L. Carsten, Duce! by R.H. Collier, Mussolini and America by John Diggins, The End of Economic Man by Peter Drucker, Fascism in Western Europe, 1900-45 by H. Kesward, Formen Buergerlicher Herrschaft by R. Kuehnl, and Fascism and Industrial Leadership in Italy by Roland Sarti.  In American Political Science Review 67 (December 1973):  1332-47.
    Cited in:
    Jonathan M Wiener, "Review of Reviews: The Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, by Barrington Moore, Jr," History and Theory 15 (1976): 146-75
    R Rogowski, "Gauleiter and the Social Origins of Fascism," Comparative Studies in Society and History 19 (1977): 399-430

[13 December 1973 . The Pioneer Fund approves a grant of $2,000 to the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, care of Professor A. James Gregor, University of California, Berkeley, "to defray costs of presentation at AAAS meeting." See the Pioneer Fund, Form 990-PF, 1973.]

 

1974

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler by Robert Payne, and The Mind of Adolf Hitler by Walter Langer.  In American Political Science Review 68 (March 1974):  317-18.

Gregor, A. James.  L'Ideologia del Fascismo.  Milan:   Il Borghese,1974.
   [This is a translation of Gregor's 1969 book, The Ideology of Fascism.  It is published under the imprint of Italy's largest-circulation extreme right publication.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascism and Modernization:  Some Addenda."  World Politics 26 (April 1974):  370-84.
   [An extract from this essay is reprinted under the title "A Modernizing Dictatorship" in Roger Griffin, editor, International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus (London: Arnold, 1998), pp. 127-137.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, Interpretations of Fascism 1974
    Juan J Linz, "Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes," in Handbook of Political Science, vol 3, Macropolitical Theory, edited by Fred I Greenstein and Nelson W Polsby, 175-411, Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley 1975
    Guy Hermet, "Dictature bourgeoise et modernisation conservatrice: Problemes methodologiques de l’analyse des situations autoritaires," Revue française de science politique 25 (December 1975): 1029-61
    Gregor, "Fascism and Comparative Politics," Comparative Political Studies, 1976
    Charles S Maier, "Some Recent Studies of Fascism," Journal of Modern History 48 (September 1976): 506-521
   Anthony James Joes, "On the Modernity of Fascism," Comparative Political Studies 10 (July 1977): 259-69
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980
    AF Kleinberg, Compare 11 (1981)
    Arnold Beichman, "Imaginary Fascism," Policy Review, no. 16 (Spring 1981): 155-161
    RC Baum and FJ Lechner, "National Socialism: Towards an Action-Theoretical Interpretation," Sociological Inquiry 51 (1981): 281-308
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

Joes, Anthony James.  "Fascism:  The Past and the Future."  Comparative Political Studies 7 (April 1974):  107-133.

[1974.  Gregor is a Guggenheim fellow.]

Gregor, A. James.  Interpretations of Fascism.   Morristown, N.J.:  General Learning Press, 1974.
   [An Italian translation was published in Rome by G. Volpe Editore in 1977.  Transaction Publishers republished the book with a new author's introduction in 1997.]
    Cited in:
    Juan J Linz, "Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes," in Handbook of Political Science, vol 3, Macropolitical Theory, edited by Fred I Greenstein and Nelson W Polsby, 175-411, Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1975
    William T Bluhm, Review of Interpretations of Fascism and The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics, in Journal of Politics 37 (May 1975): 586-88
    G Botz, Journal of Contemporary History 11 (1976): 129
    Gregor, "Fascism and Comparative Politics" Comparative Politicial Studies July 1976
    Charles S Maier, "Some Recent Studies of Fascism" Journal of Modern History 48 (September 1976): 506-521
    Stanley G Payne, Review in American Political Science Review 70 (December 1976): 1266-67
    FA Kalinowski, Western Political Quarterly 30 (1977): 65
    Gilbert Allardyce, Review in American Historical Review 82 (April 1977): 387-88
    M Wolffsohn, Zeitschrift fur Politik 24 (1977): 56
    Michael Billig, European Journal of Social Psychology 7 (1977): 393
    Umberto di Meglio, Review in Rivista de Studi Corporativi 7 (Sept-Dec 1977): 301-302
    Gregor, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, 1979
    Gilbert Allardyce, "What Fascism Is Not: Thoughts on the Deflation of a Concept," American Historical Review 84 (April 1979): 367-98
    R Cochrane, British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 18 (1979): 159
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Nazionalfascismo and the Revolutionary Nationalism of Sun Yat-sen," Journal of Asian Studies, November 1979
    Gregor, Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, 1979
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980
    WS Gramm, Journal of Economic Issues 14 (1980): 411
    Walter L Adamson, Journal of the History of Ideas 41 (1980): 615
    David Luban, "Explaining Dark Times: Hannah Arendt’s Theory of Theory," Social Research 50 (Spring 1983): 215-48
    Sheila Ruth, "A Feminist Analysis of the New Right," Women’s Studies International Forum 6 (1983): 345-51
    Hélgio Trindade, Dados 26 (1983): 53
    Hélgio Trindade, "La question du fascisme en Amerique Latine," Revue française de science politique 33 (April 1983): 281-312
    PH Amann, Comparative Political Studies 25 (1983): 490
    Hélgio Trindade, Desarrollo Economico 23 (1983): 429
    Christopher Dandeker, "Fascism and Ideology: Continuities and Discontinuities in Capitalist Development," Ethnic and Racial Studies 8 (1985): 348-367
    Roger Griffin, The Nature of Fascism, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

    Roger Griffin, ed., Fascism, New York: Oxford University Press, 1995
    Jarolsaw Piekalkiewicz and Alfred Wayne Penn, Politics of Ideocracy, Albany: SUNY Press, 1995
    Rosemary HT O’Kane, Terror, Force and States: The Path from Modernity, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996

Gregor, A. James.  The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics.   Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1974.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Fascism and Modernization: Some Addenda," World Politics, April 1974
    Juan J Linz, "Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes," in Handbook of Political Science, vol. 3, Macropolitical Theory, edited by Fred I Greenstein and Nelson W Polsby, 175-411, Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley 1975
    William T Bluhm, Review of Interpretations of Fascism and The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics, in Journal of Politics 37 (May 1975): 586-88
    H Malcolm MacDonald, Review in Social Science Quarterly 56 (June 1975): 154
    (Anon.), "Recent Studies in Comparative Politics: An Annotated Listing," Comparative Political Studies 8 (July 1975): 251-6
    Phillip Abbott Luce, Review in Western Political Quarterly 28 (September 1975): 583-84
    Frederick B Pike and BR Williams, "Cultures and Organisms: Historical-Biological Perspectives on United States-Latin American Economic Affairs," Inter-American Economic Affairs 28 (1975): 45-76
    AL Weeks, Orbis 19 (1975): 264
    John Dunn, "Fascists and Marxists," Review in Government and Opposition 10 (Winter 1975): 117-21
    Carl Gershman, "Roots of Radicalism," Review in Commentary 61 (January 1976): 86-8
    Carl Marzani, Review in Science and Society 40 (Spring 1976): 100-3
    Robert Southard, "Marxist Rhetoric, Fascist Behavior," Review in The Alternative: An American Spectator 9 (June-July 1976): 37, 39
   Charles S Maier, "Some Recent Studies of Fascism," Journal of Modern History 48 (September 1976):  506-521
   Michael Ledeen, Society 13 (1976): 53
    Robert A Pois, Social Science Journal 13 (1976): 77
    Arnold Hughes and Martin Kolinsky, "‘Paradigmatic Fascism’ and Modernization: A Critique," Political Studies 24 (December 1976): 371-96
    Ernst Nolte, Review in Historische Zeitschrift 223 (December 1976): 655-9
    Michael Billig, European Journal of Social Psychology 7 (1977): 393
    Roland Sarti, Review in American Political Science Review 71 (September 1977): 1134-5
    RA Nye, Sage Pr P C 2 (1977): 5
    Dale Vree, Worldview 20 (1977): 14
    Frederick B Pike, Journal of Latin American Studies 10 (1978) 239
    Anthony James Joes, Fascism in the Contemporary World, Boulder: Westview, 1978
    Gregor, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, 1979
    Gregor, Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, 1979
    R Falk, Univers Hum 1 (1979): 3
    P McCormick, Canadian Journal of Politics 12 (1979): 689
    WS Gramm, Journal of Economic Issues 14 (1980): 411
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980
    Gregor, "The Socialism of Fools," Society, 1981
    KR Nilsson, "The EUR Accords and the Historic Compromise: Italian Labor and Eurocommunism," Polity 14 (1981): 29-50
    Frederick B Pike, "Introduction: The Background to the Civil War in Spain and the United States Response to the War," in Spanish Civil War, 1936-39: American Hemispheric Perspectives, ed. Mark Falcoff and Frederick B Pike, 1-48, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982
    Thomas C Heller, "Structuralism and Critique," Stanford Law Review 36 (Jan 1984): 127-98
    Christopher Dandeker, "Fascism and Ideology: Continuities and Discontinuities in Capitalist Development," Ethnic and Racial Studies 8 (1985): 348-367
    Peter R Moody Jr, "Spiritual Crisis in Contemporary China: Some Preliminary Explorations," Issues and Studies 23 (June 1987): 34-66
    Roger Griffin, The Nature of Fascism, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991
    James Q Whitman, "Of Corporatism, Fascism, and the First New Deal," American Journal of Comparative Law 39 (1991): 747-78
    Dick Pels, "The Dark Side of Socialism: Hendrik De Man and the Fascist Temptation," History of the Human Sciences 6 (1993): 75-95
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: Univ Wisconsin Press, 1995
    Montserrat Guibernau, Nationalisms: The Nation-State and Nationalism in the Twentieth Century, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1996
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997
    Martin A Lee, The Beast Reawakens, Boston: Little, Brown, 1997
    Roger Griffin, ed., International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus, London: Arnold, 1998

 

1975

Gregor, A. James.  "The Ideology of Fascism."  In The Transformation of a Continent:  Europe in the Twentieth Century, edited by Gerhard L. Weinberg, 3-46.  Minneapolis:  Burgess Publishing, 1975.
   Cited in:
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980

[8 April 1975.  The Pioneer Fund approves a $2,000 grant to the University of California at Berkeley "for Research in Heredity and Eugenics."   See the Pioneer Fund's 1975 Form 990-PF.]

[26-31 May 1975.  Centenary Conference on the Thought of Giovanni Gentile, in Rome, sponsored by the Fondazione Giovanni Gentile and the Instituto dell'Enciclopedia Italia.  Gregor reads "Giovanni Gentile, Contemporary Analytic Philosophy and the Concept of Political Obligation."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Giovanni Gentile and Corporativism."   Rivista di Studi Corporativi 5 (July-October 1975):  240-53.
   [The article is in English.  It appears in a special issue dedicated to the centenary of Gentile's birth.  The journal is produced by the Instituto di Studi Corporativi, in Rome, which has ties to the MSI, Italy's, and Europe's, largest neo-fascist political party.]

Stefano, Lino de.  Review of L'Ideologia del Fascismo.   In Rivista di Studi Corporativi 5 (July-October 1975):  353-54.

Di Felice, Renzo.  Intervista sul fascismo, edited by Michael Ledeen.  Rome:  Bari, July 1975.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Objectivity in Social Science by Frank Cunningham.  In American Political Science Review 69 (September 1975):  995.
   Cited in:
    Frank Cunningham, "In Defense of Objectivity," Philosophy of the Social Sciences 10 (Dec 1980): 417-26

Skidelsky, Robert.  Oswald Mosley.  London:   Macmillan, 1975.
   [Skidelsky refers to Gregor's contributions to Mosley's The European.]

 

1976

Gershman, Carl.  "Roots of Radicalism."  Review of The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics.  In Commentary 61 (January 1976):   86-88.
   [Interesting.  A letter to the editor extends the argument by discovering fascism in the French Revolution:  Paul R Porter, "The French Revolution," Commentary 61 (May 1976): 26, 28.]

[14 January 1976.  The Pioneer Fund approves a $1,500 grant to the University of California at Berkeley "for Research in Heredity and Eugenics."   See the Pioneer Fund's 1976 Form 990-PF.]

Gershman, Carl.  "Blacks and Jews."  Midstream 22 (February 1976):  8-17.
   [Cites Gregor's The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics.   On "revolutionary black nationalism," he says that anti-semitism "has been frequently associated with the extreme nationalist variant of Black American political expression...[T]he last century has shown a significant...[correlation] between anti-Semitism and so-called revolutionary nationalism, otherwise known as fascism*."  Footnote reads: "The term 'fascism' is used here not as an epithet but descriptively to refer to the kind of revolutionary and totalitarian nationalism that has its origins in Mussolini's fascism and now characterizes the dominant politics of many developing countries, including China and Cuba.  For a fuller discussion of this subject, see A. James Gregor's book, The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics, Princeton, 1974."]

Gregor, A. James.  "Lo stato totalitario."  In Linee per un Stato moderne:  terzo incontro romano edited by the Fondazione Gioacchino Volpe.  Rome:  Volpe, 1976.
   [The distinguished historian Gioacchino Volpe was, along with Giovanni Gentile, a leading Italian fascist intellectual.  Gregor dedicated his 1979 book, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, to him.  Meir Michaelis, Mussolini and the Jews (1978): "Gioachhino Volpe, the leading historian of the Fascist movement, frankly deplored the importation of German racial theories into Italy."  The Fondazione Gioacchino Volpe was established by neo- or post-fascist radical rightists in 1972 to promote "the restoration of our European culture;" Giovanni Volpe Editore is its imprint.]

Gregor, A. James.  In Sei Risposte a Renzo De Felice.   Rome:  Giovanni Volpe Editore, 1976.
   [The other contributors include the French fascist Maurice Bardèche, Julien Freund, Enzo Erra, etc.  See the review in Rivista di Studi Corporativi, vol. 7, no. 1-2, pp. 74-76.]

[28 April 1976.  Gregor delivers "Storiografia e relatività della storia" at the 2nd session of the 4th Roman Meeting sponsored the Fondazione Gioacchino Volpe, on the theme, "La Libertà dello Storico fra Storia e Politica."]

Guglielmi, N.  "Democrazia e Corporativismo."   Interview with A. James Gregor.  In Rivista di Studi Corporativi 6 (June 1976):

Southard, Robert.  "Marxist Rhetoric, Fascist Behavior."   Review of Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics.  In The Alternative:  An American Spectator 9 (June-July 1976):  37, 39.

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascism and Comparative Politics."   Review of La Politica Economica del Fascismo by S. La Frencesca, Fascism by P. Hayes, Das faschistische Herrenschaftssystem und die moderne Gesellschaft by A. Kuhn, Gli industriali e Mussolini by P. Melograni, Fascismo e Società Italiana by G. Quazza, Revolutions of Our Time: Fascism by O. Schueddekopf, and Prefigurazioni del Fascismo by A. Vinci.  In Comparative Political Studies 9 (July 1976):  207-222.

Vree, Dale. On Synthesizing Marxism and Christianity.  New York:  Wiley, 1976.
   [In the Introduction, Vree thanks Gregor for assistance.   Vree, a recovering former Berkeley student radical, was then at the Institute for International Studies at UC Berkeley; he is now the editor of New Oxford Review.]

Maier, Charles S.  "Some Recent Studies of Fascism."   Journal of Modern History 48 (September 1976):  506-521.
   [Discusses Gregor's Interpretations of Fascism.]

[October 1976.  Special issue of the Journal of Contemporary History devoted to "Theories of Fascism."]

Nolte, Ernst.  Review of The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics.  In Historische Zeitschrift 223 (December 1976):  655-59.
   [Noteworthy.]

Payne, Stanley G.  Review of Interpretations of Fascism.   In American Political Science Review 70 (December 1976):  1266-67.

Hughes, Arnold, and Martin Kolinsky.  "'Paradigmatic Fascism' and Modernization:  A Critique."  Political Studies 24 (December 1976):  371-96.
   [Criticizes Gregor's analysis of fascism.]

 

1977

Gregor, A. James.  "Storiografia e relatività della storia."  In La Libertà dello Storico fra Storia e Politica, edited by the Fondazione Gioacchino Volpe.  Rome : Giovanni Volpe Editore, 1977.

Gregor, A. James.  Le Interpretazioni del Fascismo.   Rome:  Volpe, 1977.

Gregor, A. James.  Il Fascismo:  Interpretazioni e giudizi.   Rome:  Volpe, 1977.

Allardyce, Gilbert.  Review of Interpretations of Fascism.   In American Historical Review 82 (April 1977):  387-388.

Gregor, A. James.  "Un programma per la 'grande Italia'."  Intervento, no. 27 (May-June 1977):  91-104.
   [This was a radical-right journal published by Giovanni Volpe.   Gregor was on its "scientific committee."  The NY Public Library and UC Berkeley have holdings.]
    Cited in:
    Stanley G Payne, Fascism: Comparison and Definition, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1980

Joes, Anthony James.  "Christian-Marxist Dialogue: A Look at Some Foundations."  Review of On Synthesizing Marxism and Christianity by Dale Vree.  In Worldview 20 (May 1977):  44-46.
   [Refers to Gregor.]

Joes, Anthony James.  "On the Modernity of Fascism."   Comparative Political Studies 10 (July 1977):  259-69.
   [Joes closely follows Gregor.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascism and the 'Countermodernization' of Consciousness."  Comparative Political Studies 10 (July 1977):   239-50.

Gregor, A. James.  "Mussolini and the Intellectuals."   The Alternative:  An American Spectator 10 (August-September 1977):   9-12.

D[I] M[eglio], U[mberto].  Review of Le Interpretazioni del Fascismo.  In Rivista de Studi Corporativi 7 (September-December 1977):   301-302.

[3 September 1977.  Gregor delivers a paper on "Emergency Regimes in European Politics" at a session on "Emergency Regimes and the Politics of Development" at the 1977 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.  Cf. "Emergency Regimes in Democratic States," chapter 2 of Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, The Republic of China and U.S. Policy (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1983).]

Chairoff, Patrice.  Dossier Néo-Nazisme.  Preface by Beate Klarsfeld.  Paris: Éditions Ramsay, 1977.
   [At page 364, in a discussion of the Mexican neofascist right:   "Other national socialists have preferred, as is often the case, to disguise themselves behind more inoffensive names, permitting easier recruitment. This is the case, in particular, with the Centro de Estudios Corporativos [Apartado Postal M-10381, Mexico 1, D.F.], which is animated by Manuel de la Isla Paulin and James A. Gregor [sic]. The center produces two publications, Corporativismo, subtitled Expression of National-Revolutionary Thought, and Despertar [Awake], both published by Eduardo Fernadez Armendariz with the assistance of Margarita Flores. Several hundred militants have been assembled in this way by the CEC who maintain close contacts with its Italian counterpart, the Centro di Studi Corporativi, a branch of the MSI." "James A. Gregor" very likely is A. James Gregor and the Centro di Studi Corporativi could possibly be the Instituto di Studi Corporativi, publisher of the Rivista di Studi Corporativi, in which Gregor has published. On the Mexican groups, Ciarán Ó Maoláin, The Radical Right: A World Directory (Essex: Longman, 1987), p. 192, classifies as a defunct group: "Despertar - Cooperativismo; a journal and grouping formed in 1974 by J.L. Ontiveros (later of Año Cero) and M. de la Isla, it advanced co-operativist fascist ideas similar to those later adopted by Conciencia Joven [Young Consciousness]. It was ultra-nationalist, racist and anti-communist, put forward a masonic conspiracy theory and spread the ideas of European fascist thinkers such as the Italian Julius Evola." At p. 193, ( Maoláin lists Año Cero as a minor group: "Año Cero (Year Zero), a little known Evolian co-operative fascist group and review formed in 1977 by J.L. Ontiveros."  The Mexico City phone book had this listing at least through 1986:  Isla Paulin, Manual de la, Tapachula 2-7, ZP 7, 574-6393.]

Kaukas, Dick.  "Fund Aids Race-Based Intelligence Studies, Busing Foes."  The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky), (October 16, 1977), 1, 14.
   [On the Pioneer Fund.  At p. 14:  "And not all the researchers who got Pioneer Fund money used it for the study of racial differences.   A. James Gregor, a political science professor at Berkeley who got grants of $1,500 and $2,000 from the Pioneer Fund, said he used the money to conduct a course on 'racist thought in America' and to pay a student for compiling information on Chinese demography.   Gregor said, 'As far as getting money for research, I don't see that there'd be any difference in getting it from Idi Amin as long as Idi Amin doesn't have any control over my research or what I produce.’
    "He said the Pioneer Fund didn't try to restrict or direct his work in any way."]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Fascism and Dictatorship by Nicos Poulantzas.  In American Political Science Review 71 (December 1977):   1649-50.

Lichtenstein, Grace.  "Fund Backs Controversial Study of 'Racial Betterment'."  New York Times (December 11, 1977).
   ["Other colleges that have accepted Pioneer grants for 'eugenics and heredity' research include the University of California at Berkeley...Spokesmen at all the schools who knew about the grants said they did not know the Pioneer Fund had been chartered for research in 'racial betterment'...A spokesman for the University of California at Berkeley said its records showed...it did accept a Pioneer grant for a political science professor."]

 

1978

Gregor, A. James.  "Forward."  In Fascism in the Contemporary World by Anthony James Joes, xi-xiv.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1978.

Gregor, A. James.  "Professor Renzo De Felice and the Fascist Phenomenon."  Review of Mussolini il Duce and Fascism by Renzo De Felice.  In World Politics 30 (April 1978):  433-49.
   [Painter (1990):  "The American political scientist A. James Gregor remained true to his maverick views on fascism by writing a strong endorsement of De Felice's position in a 1978 review of Gli anni del consenso and the Intervista.  It is not clear that De Felice would subscribe as enthusiastically to Gregor's views, which depict Italian fascism as a 'developmental dictatorship' and seek to exclude German Nazism altogether from the fascist camp."]
    Cited in:
    RC Baum and FJ Lechner, "National Socialism: Towards an Action-Theoretical Interpretation," Sociological Inquiry 51 (1981): 281-308
    Borden W Painter Jr, "Renzo De Felice and the Historiography of Italian Fascism," American Historical Review 95 (April 1990): 391-405

Joes, Anthony James.  "The Fascist Century."  Worldview 21 (May 1978):  19-23.

Gregor, A. James.  Sergio Panunzio, Il Sindacalismo ed il Fondamento Razionale del Fascismo.  Rome:  Giovanni Volpe Editore, 1978.
   [The editor's introduction was dated 29 May 1978.]
    Cited in:
    Denis Mack Smith, "The Great Benito?," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, Sergio Panunzio, and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in New York Review of Books 27 (May 1, 1980): 30-31
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Maoism and Marxism in Comparative Perspective."  Review of Politics 40 (July 1978):   307-327.
   [Chang was a graduate student of Gregor.  She became his wife and close collaborator as he shifted the focus of his interests to Asian political-military affairs.  Since getting her Ph.D. in 1983, Chang has taught Asian politics at the University of Puget Sound and, currently, the University of Nevada, Reno.]

[15-17 September 1978.  Symposium on Comparative Fascism, University of California, Berkeley, under auspices of its Institute of International Studies.  Maria Hsia Chang presents a paper on "'Fascism' and Modern China."]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Fascism: A Reader's Guide edited by Walter Laqueur.  In American Political Science Review 72 (December 1978):  1474-75.

[15 December 1978.  President Carter's decision to normalize relations with PRC, and de-recognize ROC on Taiwan, effective Jan. 1, 1979.]

Michaelis, Meir.  Mussolini and the Jews: German-Italian Relations and the Jewish Question in Italy, 1922-1945.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1978.
   [At p. 127, Michaelis concluded that racism wasn't forced on Mussolini by the Germans. "Similar conclusions were reached by ... A. James Gregor, author of a scholarly work on Fascist ideology, who regarded Mussolini's imitation of the Nuremberg laws as the most shameful aspect of his attempt at the ideological Gleichschaltung of Italy - 'all the more shameful because Hitler had never made the alliance with Italy contingent upon such espousals'."  The author cites The Ideology of Fascism, p. 260.]

 

1979

Gregor, A. James.  Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1979.
    Cited in:
    Denis Mack Smith, "The Great Benito?," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, Sergio Panunzio, and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in New York Review of Books 27 (May 1, 1980): 30-31
    Martin Blinkhorn, "Marxism Into Fascism," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Times Literary Supplement (May 2, 1980): 484
    Anthony James Joes, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Worldview 23 (June 1980): 26-27
    Charles F Delzell, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in American Political Science Review 74 (December 1980): 1114-5
    Roland Sarti, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Dictatorship and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in American Historical Review 86 (February 1981): 169-70
    H Malcolm MacDonald, Review in Social Science Quarterly 62 (March 1981): 190-1
    George Feaver, Review in Canadian Journal of Political Science 14 (March 1981): 187-9
    Anthony James Joes, "Black Shirt, Red Heart," Society 18 (May-June 1981): 32
    Adrian Lyttleton, Review in Political Studies 29 (June 1981): 328-9
    James C Hunt, "Mussolini’s Fascism: Left or Right?," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Review of Politics 43 (July 1981): 466-9
    Paul Corner, Review of The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism by David D. Roberts, and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in European Studies Review 11 (July 1981): 409-12
    Paolo Farnetti, Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in Journal of Modern History 53 (September 1981): 565-8
    John A Davis, Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in English Historical Review 96 (October 1981): 888-9
    Eugen Weber, "Fascism(s) and Some Harbingers," Journal of Modern History 54 (December 1982): 746-65
    Frederick B Pike, "Introduction: The Background to the Civil War in Spain and the United States Response to the War," in Spanish Civil War, 1936-39: American Hemispheric Perspectives, edited by Mark Falcoff and Frederick B Pike, 1-48, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982
    Alan Milward, "Fascists, Nazis, and Historical Method," History 67 (February 1982): 47-62
    Tobias Abse, "Syndicalism and the Origins of Italian Fascism," Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in Historical Journal 25 (March 1982): 247-58
    Germaine A Hoston, "Tenk(: Marxism and the National Question in Prewar Japan," Polity 16 (Fall 1983): 96-118
    MacGregor Knox, "Conquest, Foreign and Domestic, in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany," Journal of Modern History 56 (March 1984): 1-57
    Walter L Adamson, "Modernism and Fascism: The Politics of Culture in Italy, 1903-1922," American Historical Review 95 (April 1990): 359-90
    Roger Griffin, TheNature of Fascism, New York: St. Martin’sPress, 1991
    James Q Whitman, "Of Corporatism, Fascism, and the First New Deal," American Journal of Comparative Law 39 (Fall 1991): 747-78
    Dick Pels, "Missionary Sociology Between Left and Right: A Critical Introduction to Mannheim," Theory, Culture, Society 10 (August 1993): 45-68
    Dick Pels, "The Dark Side of Socialism: Hendrik De Man and the Fascist Temptation," History of the Human Sciences 6 (1993): 75-95
    Zeev Sternhell, with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri, The Birth of Fascist Ideology, Princeton University Press, 1994
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

    Roger Griffin, ed., Fascism, New York: OxfordUniversityPress, 1995
    Ruth Ben-Ghiat, "Fascism, Writing and memory: The Realist Aesthetic in Italy, 1930-1950," Journal of Modern History 67 (September 1995): 627-665
    Franco Ferraresi, Threats to Democracy: The Radical Right in Italy After the War, Princeton University Press, 1996
    Carl Levy, "From Fascism to ‘Post-Fascists’: Italian Roads to Modernity," in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts, ed. Richard Bessel, pp. 165-196, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996
    Philip V Cannistraro, "Mussolini, Sacco-Vanzetti, and the Anarchists: The Transatlantic Context," Journal of Modern History 68 (March 1996): 31-62
    Veljko Vujacic, "Gennadiy Zyuganov and the 'Third Road'," Post-Soviet Affairs 12 (April-June 1996): 118-154

Gregor, A, James.  Roberto Michels e l'ideologia del fascismo.   Rome:  Giovanni Volpe Editore, 1979.
   Cited in:
    Zeev Sternhell, with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri, The Birth of Fascist Ideology, Princeton University Press, 1994

[18 January 1979.  US State Department spokesman Hodding Carter letter to A. James Gregor on the subject of Taiwan.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The U.S. and Taiwan: Creative Divorce."  American Spectator 12 (March 1979):  15-16.

Payne, Stanley G.  "What Is Fascism?"  Review of Fascism in the Modern World by Anthony James Joes.  In New Oxford Review (March 1979):  19-20.

[14-16 March 1979.  "Conference on the Moral Implications of Terrorism:  Justifications and Consequences," at UCLA, sponsored by the Center for International and Strategic Studies at UCLA and the Institute for Studies in International Terrorism, SUNY.  Gregor is a participant.  See Gregor, "Some Thoughts on State and Rebel Terror," in The Rationalization of Terrorism, edited by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander (Frederick MD, 1982), pp. 56-66, and also Gregor's comments in the discussions, pp. 67-68, 69, 70, 71-72, 73-77, 78-79, 198-99.]

[29 March 1979.  Congress passes the Taiwan Relations Act (P.L. 96-6).]

[1979.  Zeev Sternhell was a visiting professor in the Departments of History and Political Science at UCLA.  In Ni droite ni gauche (1983) he says:  "At the neighboring campus at Berkeley, I had a friendly and profitable relationship with A. James Gregor."]

[June 1979.  The Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League's monthly magazine, Asian Outlook (v 14, n 6), has a photograph of Gregor and his wife, Maria Hsia Chang, seated with Ku Cheng-kang.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "'Fascism' and Modern China." China Quarterly, no. 79 (September 1979):  553-67.

[September 1979.  Journal of Strategic Studies, vol. 2, no. 2.  With this issue, Gregor is added to the journal's Editorial Board;  he remains thee currently.  Its American editor is Amos Perlmutter of American University.]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Nazionalfascismo and the Revolutionary Nationalism of Sun Yat-sen."  Journal of Asian Studies 39 (November 1979):  21-37.
    Cited in:
    TE Greiff, "The Principle of Human Rights in Nationalist China," China Quarterly (1985): 441-461
    Michael E Lestz, "Gli intellettuali del Fuxingshe. Fascismo e dittatura del partito in Cina, 1932-1937," Storia contemporanea 18 (April 1987): 269-285
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang. "Anti-Confucianism: Mao's Last Campaign."  Asian Survey 19 (November 1979):  1073-1092.

Eastman, Lloyd.  "Fascism and Modern China: A Rejoinder."  China Quarterly, no. 80 (December 1979):  838-42.

Gregor, A, James.  Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1979.
   [Dedicated to the historian Gioacchino Volpe, a leading Italian fascist intellectual. Published January 28, 1980.]
    Cited in:
    Charles Keserich, Review in History: Review of New Books 8 (May-June 1980): 156
    Denis Mack Smith, "The Great Benito?," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, Sergio Panunzio, and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in New York Review of Books 27 (May 1, 1980): 30-31
    Martin Blinkhorn, "Marxism Into Fascism," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Times Literary Supplement (May 2, 1980): 484
    Anthony James Joes, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Worldview 23 (June 1980): 26-27
    Alan Cassels, "Fascism as Radicalism," Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism by David O Roberts, in Canadian Journal of History 15 (August 1980): 259-61
    Charles F Delzell, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in American Political Science Review 74 (December 1980): 1114-5
    Roland Sarti, Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Dictatorship and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in American Historical Review 86 (February 1981): 169-70
    Gregor, "The Socialism of Fools," Society 1981
    James C Hunt, "Mussolini’s Fascism: Left or Right?," Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in Review of Politics 43 (July 1981): 466-9
    Paul Corner, Review of The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism by David D. Roberts, and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship, in European Studies Review 11 (July 1981): 409-12
    Paolo Farnetti, Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in Journal of Modern History 53 (September 1981): 565-8
    H James Burgwyn, Review in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 457 (September 1981): 214
    John A Davis, Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in English Historical Review 96 (Oct 1981): 888-9
    Peter H Merkl, "Democratic Development, Breakdowns and Fascism," World Politics 34 (October 1981): 114-35
    Robert Leonardi, Review in Political Science Quarterly 96 (Fall 1981): 523-4
    Howard J Wiarda, "The Ethnocentrism of the Social Science Implications for Research and Policy," Review of Politics 43 (April 1981): 163-97
    Alan Milward, "Fascists, Nazis, and Historical Method," History 67 (February 1982): 47-62
    Tobias Abse, "Syndicalism and the Origins of Italian Fascism," Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, in Historical Journal 25 (March 1982): 247-58
    S Breuer, "Faschismus in Italien und Deutschland: Gesichtspunkte zum Vergleich," Zeitgeschichte10 (June-July 1983): 341-69
   Vincent E McHale, Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship by A. James Gregor, Fascism in the Contemporary World by Anthony James Joes, and Who Were the Fascists?, edited by Stein Ugelvik, Bernt Hagtvet and Jan Petter Myklebust, in International Journal of Comparative Sociology 24 (September-December 1983): 280-1
    MacGregor Knox, "Conquest, Foreign and Domestic, in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany," Journal of Modern History 56 (March 1984): 1-57     David G Becker, "Development, Democracy and Dependency in Latin America," Third World Quarterly 6 (April 1984): 411-31
    Karl-Egon Lönne, Review in Historische Zeitschrift 239 (October 1984): 446-7
    Christopher Dandeker, "Fascism and Ideology: Continuities and Discontinuities in Capitalist Development," Ethnic and Racial Studies 8 (1985): 348-367
    Edwin M Lemert, "Juvenile Justice Italian Style," Law and Society Review 20 (1986): 509-44
    Tim Mason, "Moderno, modernit´ e modernizzazione: un montaggio," Movimento operario e socialista 1 (1987): 45-61
    RL Sklar, "Developmental Democracy," Comparative Studies in Society and History 29 (1987): 686-714
    Gregory M Luebbert, "Social Foundations of Political Order in Interwar Europe," World Politics 39 (July 1987): 449-78
    Tim Mason, "Italy and Modernization," History Workshop, no. 25 (Spring 1988): 127-147
    Jon S Cohen, "Was Italian Fascism a Developmental Dictatorship?: Some Evidence to the Contrary" Economic History Review, 2nd series, 51 (1988): 95-113
    William D. Irvine, The Boulanger Affair: Royalism, Boulangism, and the Origins of the Radical Right in France, New York: Oxford University Press, 1989
    KC Schwartz, Journal of Political and Military 17 (1990): 197
    KC Schwartz, Dados 32 (1989): 203
    Roger Griffin, TheNature of Fascism, New York: St. Martin’sPress, 1991
    Jeffrey Kopstein and Karl-Otto Richter, "Communist Social Structure and Post-Communist Elections: Voting for Reunification in East Germany," Studies in Comparative Communism 25 (1992): 363-80
    Francesco Sidoti, "The Extreme Right in Italy: Ideological Orphans and Countermobilization," in The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, edited by Paul Hainsworth, pp. 151-174, London: Pinter, 1992
    Zeev Sternhell, with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri, The Birth of Fascist Ideology, Princeton University Press,1994
    Adrian Leftwich, "States of Underdevelopment: The Third World State in Theoretical Perspective," Journal of Theoretical Politics 6 (January 1994): 55-74
    Adrian Leftwich, "Governance, the State and the Politics of Development," Development and Change 25 (April 1994): 363-386
    Stanley G Payne, A History of Fascism, 1914-1945, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995

    Jarolsaw Piekalkiewicz and Alfred Wayne Penn, Politics of Ideocracy, Albany: SUNY Press, 1995
    Adrian Leftwich, "Bringing Politics Back In: Towards a Model of the Developmental State," Journal of Developmental Studies 31 (February 1995): 400-427
    Walter Laqueur, Fascism: Past, Present, Future NY: Oxford University Press, 1996
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

 

1980

Snyder, Edwin K., A. James Gregor, and Maria Hsia Chang.  The Taiwan Relations Act and the Defense of the Republic of China.  Berkeley:   Institute of International Studies, 1980.
   [Snyder was a Rear Admiral in the US Navy and the Commander of the U.S. Taiwan Defense Command, 1974-77.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Authoritarianism, Fascism, and National Populism by Gino Germani.  In American Political Science Review 74 (March 1980):  163-65.

[March 1980.  Annual Meeting of International Studies Association, in Los Angeles.  Gregor and Chang presented a paper at panel on "Asia in U.S. Foreign Policy."  A revised version appeared under the title "Taiwan: The 'Wild Card' in U.S. Defense Policy in the Far Pacific," in Asia and U.S. Foreign Policy, edited by James C. Hsiung and Winberg Chai, pp. 131-145 (New York, 1981).]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Arms Control, Regional Stability and the Taiwan Relations Act."  Journal of Strategic Studies 3 (May 1980):  3-25.
   Cited in:
    Edwin K Snyder, with Gregor, "The Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Journal of Strategic Studies 1981

Smith, Denis Mack.  "The Great Benito?"  Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism, Sergio Panunzio, and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship.  In New York Review of Books 27 (May 1, 1980):  30-31.
   [Important.]

Joes, Anthony James.  Review of Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship.   In Worldview 23 (June 1980):  26-27.

[10-13 June 1980.  Ninth Sino-American Conference on Mainland China, held in Taipei, sponsored by the Institute of International Relations, Republic of China.  Gregor was a participant, Maria Hsia Chang an observer.  At a session chaired by Ray Cline they presented "The Military Defense of the Republic of China," which was published in Issues and Studies (July 1980) and in Struggling for Change in Mainland China: Challenges and Implications edited by Tsai Wei-ping, 254-267 (Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1980).]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Wang Yang-ming and the Ideology of Sun Yat-sen."  Review of Politics 42 (July 1980):   388-404.

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Military Defense of the Republic of China."  Issues and Studies 16 (July 1980):  51-64.
   [Issues and Studies is published by the Institute of International Relations in Taipei.]
    Cited in:
    Leo Yueh-yun Liu, "Taiwan’s Role in the Western Pacific," Current History 81 (April 1982): 164-77

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "The Military Defense of the Republic of China."  In Struggling for Change in Mainland China:  Challenges and Implications, edited by Tsai Wei-ping, pp. 254-267.   Taipei:  Institute of International Relations, 1980.
    Cited in:
    Edwin K Snyder, with Gregor, "The Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Journal of Strategic Studies 1981

Gregor, A. James.  "The United States, the Republic of China, and the Taiwan Relations Act."  Orbis 24 (Fall 1980):  609-23.
   Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act and US Interests in East Asia," Journal of Strategic Studies 1985
    Gregor, "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Issues and Studies 21 (Oct 1985): 58-74

Linder, James B., and A. James Gregor.  "Taiwan's Troubled Security Outlook."  Strategic Review 8 (Fall 1980):  48-55.
   [Rear Admiral Linder was Edwin Snyder's successor as Commander of the U.S. Taiwan Defense Command, Republic of China, from 1977 until the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Taiwan in early 1979.]

Gregor, A. James, Anthony James Joes, David D. Roberts and Denis Mack Smith.  "An Exchange on Fascism."  Letters.  In New York Review of Books (November 6, 1980):  55-57.

Di Meglio, Umberto.  Review of Roberto Michels e L'Ideologia del Fascismo by A. James Gregor.  In Rivista di Studi Corporativi 10 (November-December 1980):  427-429.

[8 December 1980.  Gregor delivers "The Reagan Administration's China Policy Options" at a Symposium on U.S.-R.O.C. Relations sponsored by the Institute of International Affairs, Taipei.]

 

1981

Gregor, A. James.  "Confucianism and the Political Thought of Sun Yat-sen."  Philosophy East and West 31 (January 1981):  55-70.

Gregor, A. James.  "'Totalitarianism' Revisited."   In Totalitarianism Reconsidered, edited by Ernest A. Menze, 130-145.   Port Washington, N.Y.:  Kennikat Press, 1981.
   [This volume grew out of a session at the 1977 annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Dallas.]
    Cited in:
    JE Elliot, "Contending Perspectives on the Nature of the Soviet Economic System," International Journal of Social Economics 11 (1984): 40-61
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The Future of Taiwan edited by V.H. Li, and Growth with Equity: The Taiwan Case by John Fei, Gustav Ranis and Shirley W.Y. Kuo.  In Journal of Asian Studies 86 (February 1981):   169-70.

Beichman, Arnold.  "Imaginary Fascism."  Review of Friendly Fascism by Bertram Gross.  In Policy Review, no. 16 (Spring 1981):   155-61.
   [At 158:  " ... as Professor A. James Gregor has argued, fascism may well be a variation of the radical socialism prevalent in Italy before World War I.  Professor Gregor has also shown in a masterly piece of research that the standard Soviet interpretation of fascism has undergone critical changes*.  The new revisionism among Soviet social scientists demonstrates a sympathetic understanding about the role of fascism in European history, how it 'eroded' the foundations of 'bourgeois democracy,' and how it 'spurred' economic activity, and how it provided for an 'increased degree of vertical social mobility,' according to Alexander Galkin, a Soviet social scientist, quoted extensively by Professor Gregor." Beichman's footnote reads:   "A. James Gregor, 'Fascism and Modernization: Some Addenda,' World Politics XXVI:3 (April 1974), pp. 379 passim.  The Galkin article quoted by Professor Gregor is 'Capitalist Society and Fascism,' Social Sciences; USSR Academy of Sciences II (1970), pp. 128-38."]

Kuan, John C., editor. Symposium on R.O.C.-U.S. Relations.   Asia and the World Monograph Series, No. 21.  Taipei:  Asia and World Institute, March 1981.
   [Contains papers from the December 1980 symposium.  Also reprints the 1980 Orbis article.  Gregor is in the discussion at pp. 73-74, 78-79.]

Joes, Anthony James.  "Black Shirt, Red Heart."  Society 18 (May-June 1981):  32.

Gregor, A. James.  "The Socialism of Fools."  Society 18 (May-June 1981):  36-39.
   [Gregor was on leave at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Taiwan:  The 'Wild Card' in U.S. Defense Policy in the Far Pacific."  In Asia and U.S. Foreign Policy, edited by James C. Hsiung and Winberg Chai, 131-145.  New York:   Praeger, 1981.
    Cited in:
    Maria Hsia Chang, "Political Succession in the Republic of China on Taiwan," Asian Survey 24 (April 1984): 423-46
    Dennis Van Vranken Hickey, "U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan: Institutionalized Ambiguity," Asian Survey 26 (Dec 1986): 1324-36

Gregor, A. James.  "The Reagan Administration's China Policy Options."  Sino-American Relations 7 (Summer 1981):  13-20.
   [The journal was published by the Institute of Sino-American Relations, Chinese Culture University, in cooperation with the Moral Rearmament Institute of the China Academy, Taipei.  Gregor delivered this paper at the December 1980 symposium.]
    Cited in:
    David CL Auw, "Comitment, Policy Legacy, and PoliyOptions: TheU.S.-ROC Relations Under Reagan," Issues and Studies 18 (March 1982): 8-26

Snyder, Edwin K., with A. James Gregor.  "The Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait."  Journal of Strategic Studies 4 (September 1981):  306-317.

Linder, James B., and A. James Gregor.  "The Role of the Chinese Air Force in the 'Punitive' War Against Vietnam."  Air University Review 32 (September-October 1981):  67-77.

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Terrorism:   The View from Taiwan."  Terrorism 5 (1981):  233-64.

Merkl, Peter H.  "Democratic Development, Breakdowns, and Fascism."  World Politics 34 (October 1981):  114-135.
   [Merkl reviews Gregor's and Joes' books on Italian fascism.]

[November 1981.  Date on Gregor and Chang, "Marxism, Sun Yat-sen and the Concept of "Imperialism'."  Gregor was at Hebrew University, Jerusalem.]

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Who Were the Fascists?: Social Roots of European Fascism, edited by Stein Ugelvik Larsen, Bernt Hagtvet and Jan Petter Myklebust.  In American Political Science Review 75 (December 1981):   1078-79.
   [Gregor's affiliation was listed as the Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.]

Gregor, A. James, with Maria Hsia Chang and Andrew Zimmerman.   Ideology and Development:  Sun Yat-sen and the Economic History of Taiwan.   Research Monograph No. 23.  Berkeley: Center for Chinese Studies, University of California, 1981.
    Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Marxism, Sun Yat-sen and the Concept of 'Imperialism'," Pacific Affairs Spring 1982
    Chin-Yuan Lin, Review in Pacific Affairs 56 (Summer 1983): 330-332
    Tim Wright, Review in China Quarterly no 98 (June 1984): 378
    John F Copper, "Taiwan: New Challenges to Development," Current History 85 (April 1986): 168-84
    Ichiro Numazaki, "Networks of Taiwanese Big Business," Modern China 12 (October 1986): 487-534
    Gregor, "Comparative Political Stability: The Philippines and the Republic of China," Issues and Studies 1987
    Thomas A Metzger, "Developmental Criteria and Indigenously Conceptualized Options: A Normative Approach to China’s Modernization in Recent Times," Issues and Studies 23 (February 1987): 19-81
    Cal Clark, "The Taiwan Exception," International Studies Quarterly 31 (September 1987): 327-56
    Jan S Prybyla, "The Economics of Island and Mainland China: Taiwan as a Systemic Model," Issues and Studies 24 (December 1988): 12-28
    Szu-yin Ho, "The More Things Change, the More Things Stay the Same: Some External Constraints on the ROC’s Bureaucracy," Issues and Studies 24 (December 1988): 126-37
    Walter Arnold, "Bureaucratic Politics, State Capacity and Taiwan's Automobile Industrial Policy," Modern China 15 (April 1989): 178-214
    David Wen-wei Chang, "Political Development in Taiwan: The Sun Yat-sen Model of National Reconstruction," Issues and Studies 25 (May 1989): 11-32
    GT Crane, "State-Owned Enterprises and the Oil Shock in Taiwan," Studies in Comparative International Development 24 (Winter 1989-1990): 3-23
    Ralph W Hueneman, "Family Planning in Taiwan: The Conflict Between Ideologues and Technocrats," Modern China 16 (April 1990): 173-89
    GT Yu, Asian Survey 31 (1991): 895
    GT Crane, "Special Things in Special Ways: National Economic Identity and China's Special Economic Zones," Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, no. 32 (1994): 71-92
    PB Prescott, American Journal of Economics and Sociology 53 (1994): 363
    Paul W Hao, "The Transformation of the KMT's Ideology," Issues and Studies 32 (February 1996): 1-31
    RN Clough, China Quarterly (1996): 1054

 

1982

Beichman, Arnold.  "A Fearful Symmetry."  Review of Who Were the Fascists?: Social Roots of European Fascism, edited by Stein Ugelvik Larsen, Bernt Hagtvet and Jan Petter Myklebust.  In Times Literary Supplement (February 1982):
   [Praises Gregor's work.]

Abse, Tobias.  "Syndicalism and the Origins of Italian Fascism."  Review of Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship and Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism.  In Historical Journal 25 (March 1982):  247-58.
    [Abse was at New Hall, Cambridge.]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Marxism, Sun Yat-sen, and the Concept of 'Imperialism'."  Pacific Affairs 55 (Spring 1982):  54-79.
    Cited in:
    Edmund SK Fung, "Anti-Imperialism and the Left Guomindang," Modern China 11 (January 1985): 39
    Edmund SK Fung, "The Chinese Nationalists and the Unequal Treaties, 1924-1931," Modern Asian Studies 21 (October 1987): 793-819
    P Wolfe, "History and Imperialism: A Century of Theory, From Marx to Postcolonialism," American Historical Review 102 (1997): 388-420

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "The Economic History of Taiwan and the Notion of Imperialist Exploitation."  Jerusalem Journal of International Relations 6 (1982):  61-87.

[20 May 1982.  Gregor testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the human rights situation in Taiwan.  His Terrorism article is entered into the record.  See U.S. Congress, House, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, Martial Law on Taiwan and U.S. Foreign Policy Interests, Hearing, 97th Cong., 2d Sess., Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Some Thoughts on State and Rebel Terror."  In The Rationalization of Terrorism, edited by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander, 56-66.  Frederick, Maryland:  University Press of America, 1982.
   [Also see Gregor's comments on pp. 67-79, 198-99.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascism's Philosophy of Violence and the Concept of Terror."  In The Morality of Terrorism:  Religious and Secular Justifications, edited by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander, 152-168.   New York:  Pergamon Press, 1982.
    Cited in:
    Rosemary HT O’Kane, Terror, Force and States: The Path from Modernity, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996
    Rosemary O’Kane, "Modernity, the Holocaust and Politics," Economy and Society 26 (1997): 43-61

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Sun Yat-sen's Parteiorgan 'Chien-she' (1919-1920) by Corinna Hana.  In Journal of Asian Studies 41 (August 1982):  811-12.

Gregor, A. James.  Review of Sun Yat-sen: Reluctant Revolutionary by Harold Schriffin.  In Journal of Asian Studies 41 (August 1982):  820-22.

[17 August 1982. US-PRC Joint Communique.]

[16 September 1982.  Gregor appears on MacNeil-Lehrer Hour in a discussion of the Taiwan Communique.]

[17 September 1982.  Gregor testifies on Taiwan before Sen. John East's subcommittee on the separation of powers, Senate Judiciary Committee.  See U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Separation of Powers, Taiwan Communique and Separation of Powers, Hearings, 97th Congress, 2nd Session, Serial No. J-97-137, Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1982, pp. 21, 29-35, 39-40, 55-62, 75-85.  He appears on a panel with Ray Cline.]

[September 1982.  Gregor participates in a Heritage Foundation seminar on the Philippines, held in Washington DC.  The papers presented are published in Gregor, ed., The U.S. and the Philippines, 1983.]

 

1983

Sternhell, Zeev. Ni droite ni guache:  L’Ideologie fasciste en France.  Paris:  Editions du Seuil, 1983.

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  The Republic of China and U.S. Policy:  A Study in Human Rights.  Washington, D.C.:  Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1983.
   Cited in:
    Maria Hsia Chang, "Political Succession in the Republic of China on Taiwan," Asian Survey 24 (April 1984): 423-46
    An-chia Wu, "’One Country, Two Systems’: A Model for Taiwan?" Issues and Studies 21 (1985): 33-59
    Richard C DeAngelis, Review in Teaching Political Science 13 (Spring 1986): 134-136
    Cecil Findley, Review in International Journal of World Peace 3 (1986): 110-12
    Gregor, "Comparative Political Stability: The Philippines and the Republic of China," Issues and Studies 23 (Jan 1987): 11-22
    Chien-min Chao, "From Limited to Extended Rights: Political Participation in the Republic of China Issues and Studies 23 (1987): 26-49
    Harmon Zeigler, Pluralism, Corporatism, and Confucianism: Political Association and Conflict in the United States, Europe, and Taiwan, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988
    Panos D Bardis, "Aparthied Monocritics and the Philosophy of Consequentialism," International Journal of World Peace 7 (September 1990): 29-56
    C Shih, "Psychological Security and National Security: The Taiwan Factor in China’s U.S. Policy," Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies 16 (1991): 441-467

Beichman, Arnold.  "Mussolinismo."  American Spectator (January 1983):
   [Refers to Gregor.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  The Blue Shirts Society:  Fascism and Developmental Nationalism.  Ph.D dissertation, University of California at Berkeley, 1983.

Gregor, A. James.  "On 'Liberation Theology'." Cogito 1 (June 1983):  66-87.
   [This was the second issue of Cogito, a philosophy journal published by the University of the Philippines, Quezon City.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "After the Fall: The Prospects for Democracy After Marcos," World Affairs 1987

Gregor, A. James.  "The People's Republic of China as a Western Security Asset."  Air University Review 34 (July-August 1983):   12-23.
    Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act and US Interests in East Asia," Journal of Strategic Studies 1985
    Gregor, "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Issues and Studies 1985
    Gregor, "The Spratlys and the Security Environment in the South China Sea," The New Pacific Security Environment 1993

Gregor, A. James, editor. The U.S. and the Philippines:  A Challenge to a Special Relationship.  Washington:  Heritage Foundation, 1983.
   [This was a product of the September 1982 Heritage Foundation seminar on U.S.-Philippine relations.  It was Gregor's first published work on the Philippines and the first in the Heritage Foundation's Asian Studies monograph series.   It includes:
    John S Copper, "Forward," p. v
    Gregor, "United States Foreign Policy and the Republic of the Philippines," pp. 1-15
    Raul P de Guzman, "The Evolution of Filipino Political Institutions: Prospects for Normalization in the Philippines," pp. 17-31
    Ramon H Myers, "The Philippine Economy: Current Problems and Future Prospects," pp. 33-54
    Alvin J Cottrell, "The U.S.-Philippine Security Relationship," pp. 55-66
    Gregor, "Some Policy Considerations," pp. 67-84]

 

1984

Gregor, A. James. The Key Role of U.S. Bases in the Philippines.   Asian Studies Center Backgrounder, No. 7.  Washington:  Heritage Foundation, January 10, 1987.
    Cited in:
    Adrian E Cristobal and Gregor, "The Philippines and the United States," Comparative Strategy 1987

Gregor, A. James.  "Western Security and the Military Potential of the PRC."  Parameters 14 (Spring 1984):  35-48.
    Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act and US Interests in East Asia," Journal of Strategic Studies 1985
    Gregor, "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Issues and Studies 1985
    T David Mason, "Non-Military Dimensions of Soviet Security Policy in Asia," Bulletin of Peace Proposals 20 (December 1989): 405-419

[23 February 1984.  Gregor delivers a lecture, "Ferdinand Marcos and the Crisis in the Philippines" at the Heritage Foundation, Washington DC.]

"John F. Cooper:  East Meets West at Asian Studies Center." Heritage Today, No. 2 (March-April 1984):  6,9.
   [At p. 7 there is a photograph with the caption:  "Sen. John Melcher (D.-Mont.)...agreed to disagree with Dr. A. James Gregor...at podium...during a recent Heritage Asian Studies Center lecture discussion on 'President Marcos and the Crisis in the Philippines.' Also shown at right is Theodore Friend, former President of Swarthmore College and a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, who joined in the discussion."  The February 23rd lecture in Heritage's Lehrman Auditorium was the second of five Asian Studies Center lectures held in early 1984.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Political Succession in the Republic of China on Taiwan."  Asian Survey 24 (April 1984):  423-46.

Gregor, A. James.  "The Republic of China."  In Arms Production in Developing Countries, edited by James E. Katz, 301-320.  Lexington, Mass.:  Lexington Books, 1984.
   Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act and US Interests in East Asia," Journal of Strategic Studies 1985
    Gregor, "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Issues and Studies 1985

Myers, Raymon H.  The Roots of the Philippines' Economic Troubles.  Asian Studies Center Backgrounder, No. 14.  Washington:  Heritage Foundation, May 31, 1984.
   [Myers, who thanks Gregor for comments on a draft, is at the Hoover Institution and was a contributor to Gregor's The U.S. and the Philippines.]

[31 May 1984.  Hearing and markup on H. Cong. Res. 129.  Rep. Gerald Solomon (R-NY) introduces a paper by Gregor, "The Human Rights Issue and the Republic of China on Taiwan," into to record.  See U.S. Congress, House, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, Political Developments in Taiwan, Hearing and Markup, 98th Cong., 2d Sess., Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  The Iron Triangle:   A U.S. Security Policy for Northeast Asia.  Stanford:  Hoover Institution, July 1984.
   Cited in:
    Donald S Zagoria, Review in Foreign Affairs 63 (Winter 1984-85): 428
    Shim Jae Hoon, "Views from an Unfinished War," Review of The Iron Triangle and The US-South Korea Alliance, edited by Gerald L Curtis and Sung Joo Han, in Far Eastern Economic Review 128 (June 20, 1985): 84-85
    Surendra K Gupta, Review in Issues and Studies 21 (August 1985): 151-155
    Edward A Olsen, Review in Journal of Strategic Studies 9 (March 1986): 110-112
    MH Schill, University of Pennsylvania Law Review 137 (1989): 829

Gregor, A. James. Crisis in the Philippines: A Threat to U.S. Interests.  Washington, D.C.:  Ethics and Public Policy Center, November 1984.
   [Forward by Senate Majority Leader Howard H. Baker, Jr.]
    Cited in:
    Donald S Zagoria, Review in Foreign Affairs 63 (Spring 1985): 929
    Jose P Mango Jr and Gregor, "Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the Philippines," Asian Survey, May 1986
    Gregor, "Comparative Political Stability: The Philippines and the Republic of China," Issues and Studies, 1987
    Gregor, "After the Fall: The Prospects for Democracy After Marcos," World Affairs 1987
    Adrian E Cristobal and Gregor, "The Philippines and the United States: A Short History of the Security Connection," Comparative Strategy, 1987

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  The Taiwan Relations Act.  Glen Falls, N.Y.:  U.S. Committee on Asia-Pacific Peace and Stability, 1984.
   Cited in:
    Gregor and Maria Hsia Chang, "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act and US Interests in East Asia," Journal of Strategic Studies 1985
    Gregor, "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait," Issues and Studies 1985

 

1985

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "The Taiwan Independence Movement:  The Failure of Political Persuasion."  Political Communication and Persuasion 2 (1985):  363-91.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Comparative Political Stability: The Philippines and the Republic of China," Issues and Studies 1987

Gregor, A. James.  "U.S. Interests in Northeast Asia and the Security of Taiwan."  Strategic Review 13 (Winter 1985):  52-60.
    Cited in:
    Laure Paquette, "The Republic of China’s New National Strategy for the Post-Cold War World," Issues and Studies 32 (March 1996): 1-39


[17 February 1985.  Reunion of American Journalists and Visitors to the Republic of China, West Palm Beach, Florida.  Gregor and Chang are speakers.  Her speech was published in Vital Speeches of the Day.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  The Chinese Blue Shirt Society.   Berkeley:  Center for Chinese Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1985.
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

Heritage Foundation.  America's New Pacific Era:  Five Lectures on U.S.-Asian Relations.  Washington, D.C.:  Heritage Foundation, 1985.
   [Includes Gregor's February 23, 1984 lecture.]

[21-25 May 1985.  International Security Council conference, Seoul.  Gregor read a paper.  The proceedings were published in The Soviet Union and the Security of East Asia.]

[June 1985.  14th Sino-American Conference on Mainland China, sponsored by Ohio State University.  Gregor presents "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait" (published in Issues and Studies, October 1985).]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "United States Relations with Taiwan:   A Critical Review of the Taiwan Relations Act."  Vital Speeches of the Day 51 (June 15, 1985):  530-33.

Gregor, A. James.  Three Essays on China Policy and U.S. Security Interests in East Asia.  Berkeley:  Pacific Basin Project, July 1985.

Gregor, A. James. How the Marcos Opposition Challenges the United States.   Asian Studies Center Backgrounder. Washington: Heritage Foundation, July 2, 1985.
    Cited in:
    Walden Bello, "Edging Toward the Quagmire: the United States and the Philippine Crisis," World Policy Journal 3 (Winter 1985-1986): 29-58
    Adrian E Cristobal and Gregor, "The Philippines and the United States," Comparative Strategy 1987

"Asia Specialist Cites Chinese Military Buildup."  Aviation Week and Space Technology (July 15, 1985):  24.
   [At a Berkeley symposium on "Threats to the Future of Taiwan," Gregor stated that growing PRC military strength, augmented by new aircraft, threatened the stability of East Asia, could lead to PRC aggression against Taiwan, and should be countered by increased U.S. military aid to Taiwan.]

Gregor, A. James, and Maria Hsia Chang.  "Military Power, the Taiwan Relations Act, and US Interests in East Asia."  Journal of Strategic Studies 8 (September 1985):  247-59.
    Cited in:
    Laure Paquette, "The Republic of China’s New National Strategy for the Post-Cold War World," Issues and Studies 32 (March 1996): 1-39

Gregor, A. James.  "Modernization of the Air Force of the PRC and the Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait."  Issues and Studies 21 (October 1985):  58-74.
   Cited in:
    Taifa Yu, "The Reagan Administration’s Management of the Taipei-Washington-Peking triangular Relationship," Issues and Studies 23 (November 1987): 69-95
    Richard J Latham and Kenneth W Allen, "Defense Reform in China: The PLA Air Force," Problems of Communism 40 (May-June 1991): 30-50
    Laure Paquette, "The Republic of China’s New National Strategy for the Post-Cold War World," Issues and Studies 32 (March 1996): 1-39

Gregor, A. James.  "Marcos:  The Only Game in Town."  Philippines-U.S. Free Press 1 (November 1985):  10-11, 48-51.
    [First issue.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "After the Fall: The Prospects for Democracy after Marcos," World Affairs 1987

Gregor, A. James.  "Pawn in the Soviet Pacific Power Grab:   The Philippines and Opposition to Marcos."  The New American 1 (November 18, 1985):  27-34.
   [A reprint of the 2 July 1985 Heritage Foundation backgrounder. This is the 8th issue of The New American, a John Birch Society magazine.]

[December 1985.  American Enterprise Institute forum on "Dealing with Dictators in Decline" in Washington.  Gregor delivers a version of "After the Fall: The Prospects for Democracy after Marcos."  A completely rewritten version appears in World Affairs, Spring 1987.]

Gregor, A. James.  "U.S. Investment in the Republic of China."  Speech in Taipaei, 1985.
   Cited in:
    Peter Fischer, "Legal Aspects of European Investment in the Republic of China," Issues and Studies 25 (April 1989): 12-35

 

1986

Gregor, A. James.  "The Philippine Crisis:  The Real Options."  Global Affairs 1 (Winter 1986):  67-76.
   [This is the first issue of this journal.  Gregor is listed on the Advisory Board.]

[3 February 1986.  Workshop in Washington DC on "Assessing America's Options in the Philippines," co-sponsored by the House Committee on Foreign Affairs' Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs (Solarz, chairman), the Congressional Research Service, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.  Gregor is a featured speaker.  See U.S. Congress, House, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Assessing America's Options in the Philippines, Committee Print, 99th Congr., 2d Sess., Feb. 1986, Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., pp. 9-15, 16-17, 20-25, 218, 39, 102, 141.]

[7 February 1986.  Philippine elections.]

[25 February 1986.  Ferdinand Marcos leaves the Philippines.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Succession in the Philippines:  The Prevailing Alternatives and American Interests."  Atlantic Community Quarterly 24 (Spring 1986):
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "After the Fall: The Prospects for Democracy after Marcos," World Affairs 1987

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "The Crisis of Succession on Taiwan."  Global Affairs 1 (Spring 1986):  149-157.
   Cited in:
    Harmon Zeigler, Pluralism, Corporatism, and Confucianism: Political Association and Conflict in the United States, Europe, and Taiwan, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988

Gregor, A. James. The China Connection:  U.S. Policy and the People's Republic of China.  Stanford:  Hoover Institution Press, 1986.
   [This was the first volume in the "United States Foreign Policy Series" published by the Hoover Institution.]
    Cited in:
    Arthur Waldron, Review in Orbis 31 (Summer 1987): 259-260
    Rosemary Foot, Review in International Affairs 63 (Summer 1987): 533
    Warren T Cohen, Review in Political Science Quarterly 102 (Fall 1987): 538
    Simon Scott Plummer, Review in Asian Affairs 75 (February 1988): 105-6
    Kenneth C Walker, Review in China Quarterly no 114 (June 1988): 294
    Dennis Van Vranken Hickey, "America’s Two-Point Policy and the Future of Taiwan," Asian Survey 28 (August 1988): 881-96
    Gregor, "The Spratlys and the Security Environment in the South China Sea," The New Pacific Security Environment 1993
    XF Liu and G Norcliff, "Closed Windows, Open Doors: Geopolitics and Post-1949 Mainland Chinese Immigration to Canada," Canadian Geographer 40 (1996): 306-319

[13-15 April 1986.  International Security Council conference in Tokyo on "National Security in Northeast Asia."  Gregor is rapporteur and a signer of "The Tokyo Declaration" which it produced.  See Global Affairs 1 (Summer 1986): 165-67.]

Mango, Jose P., Jr., and A. James Gregor.  "Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the Philippines."  Asian Survey 26 (May 1986):   501-517.
   [Brigadier General Mango was Commander, Regional Unified Command 3, Luzon, Armed Forces of the Philippines.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Succession in the Philippines:  The Prevailing Alternatives and American Interests."  Global Affairs 1 (Summer 1986):  115-126.
   [Reprinted from the Spring 1986 Atlantic Community Quarterly.]

[12-14 August 1986.  International Security Council conference in Manila on "The Philippines and the Security of the South China Sea Region."   Gregor was the conference chairman and a signer of "The Manila Declaration" which it produced.  See Global Affairs 2 (Winter 1987): 232-35.  Gregor's role in the conference was noted in Howard Goldenthal, "Moonies, WACL and Vigilantes: The Religious Right in the Philippines," Covert Action Information Bulletin, no. 29 (Winter 1988): 21-24.]

[7-9 December 1986.  First meeting, in Bangkok, of the "Study Committee on the Security of the Sealanes of Asia," sponsored by the International Security Council.  Gregor was the conference rapporteur and a signatory to the statement on "Security of the Asian-Pacific Sea Lanes" which it produced. See Global Affairs 2 (Spring 1987): 178-81.]

Sternhell, Zeev.  Neither Right Nor Left:  Fascist Ideology in France.  Berkeley and Los Angeles:  University of California Press, 1986.

 

1987

Gregor, A. James.  "Comparative Political Stability:   The Philippines and the Republic of China."  Issues and Studies 23 (January 1987):  11-22.
   Cited in:
    Harmon Zeigler, Pluralism, Corporatism, and Confucianism: Political Association and Conflict in the United States, Europe, and Taiwan, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988

[22-24 March 1987.  Conference in Beijing on the subject "Peace and Security in the Pacific Region," co-sponsored by the International Security Council and the Beijing Institute for International Studies.  Gregor delivers "The People's Republic of China and U.S. Security Interests in East Asia," which is published in the record of the conference, International Security Council, The Balance of Power in Asia, New York:  International Security Council, May 1987.]

Gregor, A. James.  "After the Fall:  The Prospects for Democracy after Marcos."  World Affairs 49 (Spring 1987):  195-208.
   [Based on the December 1985 American Enterprise Institute forum.]
    Cited in:
    Constantine P Danopoulos, "Democratic Currents in Authoritarian Seas: The Military in Greece and the Philippines," Armed Forces and Society 16 (Summer 1990): 529-545

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Transition Through Accretion:   Institutionalizing a Competitive Party System in Taiwan."  Paper delivered to the Symposium on Political Reform of the Republic of China on Taiwan, Associated Chinese Social Scientists of North America, Baltimore, May 8-10, 1987.
    Cited in:
    Harmon Zeigler, Pluralism, Corporatism, and Confucianism: Political Association and Conflict in the United States, Europe and Taiwan, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988

Cristobal, Adrian E., and A. James Gregor.  "The Philippines and the United States:  A Short History of the Security Connection."  Comparative Strategy 6 (1987): 61-89.
   [Cristobal was Regent, University of Philippines, Quezon City, Metro Manila.]

Gregor, A. James, and Virgilio Aganon. The Philippine Bases:   U.S. Security at Risk.  Forward by Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, Jr.   Washington, D.C.:  Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1987.
   [Aganon was an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of the Philippines, Quezon City.]
    Cited in:
    Gregor, "Military Modernization and Defense Policy in Mainland China," Issues and Studies 1988
    SR Shalom, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 22 (1990): 20
    Rafael A Porrata-Doria, "The Philippine Bases and Status of Forces Agrement: Lessons for the Future," Military Law Review 137 (Summer 1992): 67-102

Gregor, A. James.  Review of The European Experience: A Historical Critique of Development Theory by Dieter Senghaas.  In Journal of Modern History 59 (September 1987):  543-44.

[25 September 1987.  Ethics and Public Policy Center conference in Washington on "Reforms in the USSR and China:  Implications for U.S. Policy."  Gregor is a speaker.  See "Soviet, Chinese Reforms Appraised," Ethics and Public Policy Newsletter, No. 21 (October 1987): 1-2.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Totalitarianism and China:  The Limits of Reform."  Global Affairs 2 (Fall 1987):  149-67.

Gregor, A. James.  "Corazon Aquino, the Philippines and U.S. Interests."  Atlantic Community Quarterly 25 (Fall 1987):  377-90.

[5 December 1987.  Second meeting of International Security Council group on the security of Asian sea lanes.  Gregor is present and signs the statement which it produces on "Security of the Asian-Pacific Sea Lanes."   See Global Affairs 3 (Spring 1988): 213-16.]

[6-8 December 1987.  International Security Council conference on "Geopolitics of Security in the Greater Pacific Basin," in Hawaii.  Gregor attends and is a signatory to the "Hawaii Declaration" which it produces.   See Global Affairs 3 (Spring 1988): 217-21.]

Gregor, A. James.  Arming the Dragon:  U.S. Security Ties with the People’s Republic of China.  Washington, D.C.:  Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1987.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "Military Modernization and Defense Policy in Mainland China," Issues and Studies 1988
    Arthur Waldron, Review in Orbis 32 (Summer 1988): 473-474
    Robert E Bedeski, Review in International Journal 44 (Summer 1989): 727-728
    Gerald Segal, Review in Pacific Affairs 63 (Summer 1990): 237-238
    Gregor, "The Peoples Liberation Army and China's Crisis" Armed Forces and Society 1991
    Steven I Levine, "China’s Global Role," Problems of Communism 41 (May-June 1992): 145-51
    Gregor, "The Spratlys and the Security Environment in the South China Sea," The New Pacific Security Environment 1993
    Sheng Lijun, "Peking-Washington Bargaining, 1981-1984," Issues and Studies 30 (June 1994): 28-56

 

1988

Goldenthal, Howard.  "Moonies, WACL and Vigilantes:  The Religious Right in the Philippines."  Covert Action Information Bulletin, no. 29 (Winter 1988):  21-24.
   [p. 21:  " ... the quasi-intellectual side of the organization [CAUSA, the political arm of Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church] conducts meetings and seminars in the Philippines to promote their ideology. They are helped on this front by several think-tanks such as the International Security Council (ISC).
    "In August 1986, the ISC held a round-table discussion on the Philippines and the security of the South China Sea region. Reportedly at the conference were Gen. John Singlaub, former CIA deputy director Ray Cline, former Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile, and Gen. Fidel Ramos. The chairperson of the conference was A. James Gregor, a close associate of Ferdinand Marcos.
    "Out of this conference came the Manila Declaration, a document which called for the United States, Japan and South Korea to work together to 'increase joint command, control, training and intelligence sharing capabilities' with the Philippines*. One of the main tasks of this joint command would be to maintain the American military facilities at Subic Bay Naval Station and Clark Air Force Base."
    A footnote refers to ISC's so-called Manila Declaration,"The Philippines and the Security of the South China Sea Region," New York:   International Security Council, 1986.]

Gregor, A. James.  "Military Modernization and Defense Policy in Mainland China."  Issues and Studies 24 (March 1988):  81-99.
    Cited in:
    Michael B Yahuda, "The People’s Republic of China at 40: Foreign Relations," China Quarterly no. 119 (Sept 1989): 519-539
    Yung-lo Lin, "U.S. Policy Choice: Military Relations with Taipei and Peking Revisited," Issues and Studies 26 (1990): 98

Gregor, A. James.  "Soviet Maritime Strategy in the Pacific."  Global Affairs 3 (Spring 1988):  163-74.

International Security Council.  Security Policy in East Asia:   A Politico-Military Assessment:  1988.  New York:  International Security Council, May 1988.
   [Gregor was the Project Director and apparently the principal author of this report.  In his Forward, he stated that Maria Hsia Chang, Jan Prybyla and Yossef Bodansky also contributed to the project.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The Bases Dilemma."  Letter. Atlantic Monthly 261 (May 1988):  6.

Chiang, Maria Hsia.  "Mainland China After Mao:  Change and Continuity in Totalitarianism."  Issues and Studies 24 (May 1988):   12-39.

[11-17 June 1988.  Symposium on the Thought of Sun Yat-sen and the Modern World, in Taipei, sponsored by the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Institute of the United States and the Pacific Cultural Foundation of the Republic of China on Taiwan.  Gregor and Chang present "The Thought of Sun Yat-sen in Comparative Perspective."   This is cited in David Wen-wei Chang, "Political Development in Taiwan: The Sun Yat-sen Model of National Reconstruction," Issues and Studies 25 (May 1989): 11-32.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The Fundamentals of a U.S. Security Policy for East Asia."  Global Affairs 3 (Summer 1988):  152-57.

Bonner, Raymond.  Waltzing with a Dictator.  Revised Edition.  New York:  Vintage, September 1988.
   [New material appended to the paperback edition refers to Gregor as a critic of Aquino.]

 

1989

Gregor, A. James.  In the Shadow of Giants:  The Major Powers and the Security of Southeast Asia.  Stanford:  Hoover Institution, 1989.
    Cited in:
    David G Bradford, "Asia-Pacific Policy: A Review of the Literature," Washington Quarterly 13 (Spring 1990): 197-210
    Gregor, "The Peoples Liberation Army and China's Crisis," Armed Forces and Society 1991
    Roger E Kanet and Garth T Katner, Review in Osteuropa 41 (March 1991): 299-306
    T Huxley, "Southeast Asia in the Study of International Relations: The Rise and Decline of a Region," Pacific Review 9 (1996): 199-228


"Red China: Letting Sleeping Dragons Lie."  American Legion Magazine 126 (February 1989):  28-29.

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "The Meaning of the Tiananmen Incident."  Global Affairs 4 (Fall 1989):  12-35.

"Pioneer Fund on Letter of Willian Frawley of 10/31/89."   Unpublished memorandum, November 15, 1989.
   [This memo is part of the Pioneer Fund's response to complaints raised by William Frawley, a professor of lingusitcs at the University of Delaware, about the university's acceptance of Fund grants on behalf of Linda Gottfredson.  Frawley's description of the Fund referred to Donald Swan.  The Fund's response states (page 4):  "Donald Swan (deceased several years ago), then on the faculty of the University of Southern Mississippi, supervised in part a research comparison of white Mississippi school children with white children of the same age at a location in England where their ancestors had originated.  Swan was introduced to the Fund earlier by Dr. A. James Gregor, now a Professor of Philosophy [sic] at the University of California." (Emphasis added.)]

 

1990

Gregor, A. James.  The Land of the Morning Calm:  The Korean Peninsula and U.S. Security Interests.  Washington DC:  Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1990.
    Cited in:
    Robert W Bedeski, Review in International Journal 46 (Summer 1991): 568
    Victor D Cha, Review in Journal of Asian Studies 50 (Nov 1991): 950-51

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Taiwan’s Mainland Policy: the Reunification of China."  Strategic Study Series. Claremont Institute: Asian Studies Center, 1990.
    Cited in:
    Maria Hsia Chang, "The Future of Taiwan-Mainland Relations," Issues and Studies (February 1993): 56-75

Oliver, Revilo P.  "Practical Politics."  Liberty Bell (February 1990):
   [This available on the Stormfront web site maintained by Don Black.  Oliver states: "Hostile writers who try to trace the origin's of Hitler's political system, such as A. James Gregor ("The Ideology of Fascism") and George L. Mosse ("The Crisis of German Ideology"), do not even mention Haushofer."]

 

1991

Gregor, A. James.  "‘Links’ and ‘Exchanges’:  the Mainland Policy of the ROC." Global Affairs 6 (Winter 1991):  54-73.
    Cited in:
    Suisheng Zhao
, "The Management of Rival Relations Across the Taiwan Strait, 1979-91," Issues and Studies 29 (April 1993): 72-94

Gregor, A. James.  "The U.S. Withdrawal from Bases in the Philippines:  Its Consequences."  Vital Speeches of the Day 57 (February 15, 1991):  263-266.

Gregor, A. James.  The Military in Post-Tiananmen China.   SCPS Papers, No. 3.  Kaohsiung, Taiwan:  Sun Yat-sen Center for Policy Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University, April 1991.
   Cited in:
    Yitzhak Shichor, "China and the Gulf Crisis: Escape from Predicaments," Problems of Communism 40 (Nov-Dec 1991): 80-90

Gregor, A. James.  "The Peoples Liberation Army and China's Crisis."  Armed Forces and Society 18 (Fall 1991):  7-28.
   Cited in:
    Li Cheng and Lynn White, "The Army in the Succesion to Deng Xiaoping," Asian Survey 33 (August 1993): 757-86
    Gregor, "The Spratlys and the Security Environment in the South China Sea," The New Pacific Security Environment 1993

Griffin, Roger.  The Nature of Fascism.  New York:   St. Martin’s Press, 1991.

 

1992

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "What Is Left of Mao Tse-tung Thought?"  Issues and Studies 28 (January 1992):  18-38.
   [Revision of a paper delivered at the 20th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary Chia, Institute of International Affairs, University of South Carolina, 10-12 June 1991.]

Gregor, A. James.  "East Asian Security in the Gorbachev Era."  In The U.S.-South Korea Alliance.  New Brunswick, N.J.:   Transaction, 1992.

Gregor, A. James.  "China’s Shadow Over Southeast Asian Waters." Global Affairs 7 (Summer 1992):  1-13
    Cited in:
    Maria Hsia Chang, "The Future of Taiwan-Mainland Relations," Issues and Studies 29 (February 1993): 56-75
    Denny Roy, "Hegemon on the Horizon?: China’s Threat to East Asian Security," International Security 19 (Summer 1994): 149-68

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Taiwan and the Mainland:  A Shifting Competition."  Global Affairs 7 (Summer 1992):  14-28.

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "China’s Future: Regionalism, Federalism, Disintegration."  Studies in Comparative Communism 25 (September 1992):  211-227.

 

1993

Gregor, A. James.  "The Spratlys and the Security Environment in the South China Sea."  In The New Pacific Security Environment: Challenges and Opportunities: The 1992 Pacific Symposium, edited by Ralph A. Cossa, pp. 215-232.   Washington DC:  National Defense University Press, 1993.
   [This symposium was held in February 1992 at the National Defense University in Washington DC.]

Gregor, A. James.  "The Clinton Policy in East Asia."   Global Affairs 8 (Fall 1993):  55-66.

 

1994

Sternhell, Zeev, with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri.  The Birth of Fascist Ideology:  From Cultural Rebellion to Political Revolution.   Translated by David Maisel.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1994.
   [Translated from the 1989 French edition.  At p. 3: " ... fascism was not a sort of shadow cast by Marxism ... Nor was fascism a 'variety of Marxism,' as claimed by A. James Gregor, a normally perspicacious scholar and the author of major works."  Sternhell cites Gregor's Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism (1979).
    Sternhell writes (pp.3-4):  "With regard to the scholarly publications of the last twenty years, the reader should refer to the work of Karl Dietrich Bracher, Emilio Gentile, A. James Gregor, Roger Griffin, Pierre Milza, George L. Mosse, Stanley G. Payne, Fritz Stern, Domenico Settembrini, Jacob Leib Talmon, and Pier Giorgio Zunino."  A footnote (p. 260n5) states:  "A few older works in English remain the best in the field.  See in particular A. James Gregor, The Ideology of Fascism: The Rationale of Totalitarianism (New York: Free Press, 1969), and Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1979) ... "
    The beginning, general references (p. 264n2) to the literature on Sorel at the start on chapter 1 (which is on Sorel) include Gregor's The Ideology of Fascism (1969), Roberto Michels e l'ideologia del fascismo (1979), and Young Mussolini (1979).
    The bibliography (pp. 320-321) includes The Ideology of Fascism (1969), Italian Fascism and Developmental Dicatorship (1979), Roberto Michels e l'ideologia del fascismo (1979), and Young Mussolini (1979).]

[1994-95.  Maria Hsia Chang, now at University of Nevada, Reno, receives a grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchanges for a project, "The Dragon Awakens: Chinese Conceptions of Nation and Nationalism."]

 

1995

Gregor, A. James.  China, Marxism, and Development:   Reflections on Theory and Reality. New Brunswick, N.J.:  Transaction, 1995.
   Cited in:
    Alan PL Liu, Review in American Political Science Review 89 (December 1995): 1052
    S Breslin, Europe-Asia Studies 48 (1996): 1251
    Edward Friedman, "Learning from East Asian Economic Success: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Soviet-Style Developmentalist Dead Ends," Economic Development and Cultural Change 44 (July 1996): 879-889
    Barrett L McCormick, Review in Journal of Politics 59 (May 1997): 635-638

Ear, Sophal.  "The Khmer Rouge Canon, 1975-1979:  The Standard Total Academic View on Cambodia."  Unpublished undergraduate political science honors thesis, University of California, Berkeley, May 1995.
   [Gregor was Ear's advisor. This is available at http://www.jim.com/jamesd/canon.htm .]

Gregor, A. James.  "Forgotten Intellectual Histories."   Review of The Birth of Fascist Ideology by Zeev Sternhell with Mario Sznajder and Maia Asheri.  In Review of Politics 57 (Summer 1995):   562-564.

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Greater China and the Chinese 'Global Tribe'." Asian Survey 35 (October 1995):  955-967.

Gregor, A. James.  "R.O.C. on Taiwan:  China’s First Democracy."  1995.
   [This is available on the web site of the Information Division of theTaipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York at http://www.taipei.org/press/democracy.html .]

 

1996

Ferraresi, Franco. Threats to Democracy:  The Radical Right in Italy After the War.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996.
   [The bibliography lists (p. 271) Gregor's The Ideology of Fascism (1969) and his Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism (1979).]

Laqueur, Walter. Fascism:  Past, Present, Future.   New York:  Oxford University Press, 1996.
   [p. 243: "One fascist modernization, see A.J. Gregor, Italian Fascism and Developmental Dictatorship (Princeton, 1979)."]

Cummings, Bruce.  "Korean Scandal, or American Scandal?"   JPRI Working Paper No. 20.  May 1996.
   ["Seoul frequently hosts backers of Moon for lectures on U.S. policy; for example, in 1985, Joseph Churba of the International Security Council in New York, a Moonie front, urged the American Navy to become more active in defending South Korea, given what he called a huge Soviet naval buildup. The International Security Council also took out a full-page ad in the New York Times in [May 4] 1986, urging support for Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative. Signers included Koreans such as retired generals paek Son-yop and Ch'oe Yong-hui, together with high-ranking former officials of Japan's defense forces such as General Namatame Osamu and Admiral Yata Tsugio. American professors who signed this ad included A. James Gregor of the University of California, Berkeley, and Edward Luttwak of Georgetown's Center for Strategic and International Studies." This is available on the worldwide web at http://www.nmjc.org.jpri/public/wp20.html .]

Gregor, A. James.  "China, the United States, and Security Policy."  Parameters 26 (Summer 1996):  92-101.
   Cited in:
    Gregor, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition," in Interpretations of Fascism, New Brunswick: Transaction, 1997

[1996-97. Gregor holds the Brigadier General H.L. Oppenheimer Chair of Warfighting Strategy at the US Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA.]

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "The Thought of Deng Xiaoping."   Communist and Post-Communist Studies 29 (December 1996):  377-394.

Winston, Andrew S.  "The Context of Completeness:  A Comment on Rushton."  Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness 5 (1996):  231-250.
   ["Founding members of the IAAEE included (among others) … political scientist A. James Gregor who praised the notions of ideal racial archetypes from late National Socialism … "]

 

1997

Chang, Maria Hsia.  "Authoritarian Withdrawal."   Review of The Political Economy of Democratic Transitions by Stephan Haggard and Robert R. Kaufman.  In Review of Politics 59 (Winter 1997):  194-196.

Gregor, A. James. Interpretations of Fascism.  New edition.  New Brunswick, N.J.:  Transaction, March 1997.
   [This edition contains a new Preface and Introduction.]

Andrews, Louis R.  "Why Not Limited Separation?"   Review of Integration or Separation: A Strategy for Racial Equality by Roy L. Brooks.  In pinc 1 (April 1997).
    [pinc is an online journal at http://www.cycad.com/cgi-bin/pinc/apr97/books.htm .  Andrews writes:  "The 1954 Brown decision comes in for early criticism from Brooks.  He rightly argues that the now famous 'dolls test' of Kenneth Clark was probably interpreted incorrectly and says that '[t]hese findings tend to contradict the Clarks' and the Supreme Court's conclusion that segregation (certainly more than integration) debilitated the African American child's sense of self-worth' and that if it indicated anything, it was that black children had higher self-esteem in segregated schools than in integrated ones.  Unfortunately, in his propensity to use only left and/or black sources, Brooks fails to give credit where credit is due.  The truth about these tests was first revealed in the early 1960's by two well known 'race realist' scholars, A. James Gregor and Ernest van den Haag."]

Chang, Maria Hsia. The Labors of Sisyphus:  The Economic Development of Communist China.  New Brunswick, N.J.:  Transaction, May 1997.

Gregor, A. James.  "Fascism at the End of the Twentieth Century."  Society 34 (July-August 1997):  56-63.

[28 November 1997. Conference in Milan on the work of Renzo De Felice, "Renzo De Felice e il problema del revisionismo nella storiografia contemporanea." Gregor reads "De Felice e l’interpretazione del fascismo." Other participants include Ernst Nolte and Michael Ledeen.  See http://web.microlettra.it/fus/felice.htm .]

 

1998

Griffin, Roger. Editor. International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus.  London:  Arnold, 1998.

 

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