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American Political Science Review Archives
By Eugene P. Chase
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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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      (Review)
      Lords Lieutenants in the Sixteenth Century, by Gladys Scott Thomson
      1. Lords Lieutenants in the Sixteenth Century by Gladys Scott Thomson
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1923, pp. 672-673
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      (Review)
      The Colonial Policy of William III in America and the West Indies, by George Herbert Gu...
      1. The Colonial Policy of William III in America and the West Indies by George Herbert Guttridge
      American Political Science Review
      , May 1924, p. 417
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      (Review)
      English Political Institutions, by J.A.R. Marriott
      1. English Political Institutions by J.A.R. Marriott
      American Political Science Review
      , May 1925, p. 415
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      (Review)
      The Messages and Papers of Woodrow Wilson, by Albert Shaw and Woodrow Wilson
      1. The Messages and Papers of Woodrow Wilson by Albert Shaw and Woodrow Wilson
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1925, p. 630
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      (Review)
      A Grammar of Politics, by Harold J. Laski
      1. A Grammar of Politics by Harold J. Laski
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1926, p. 198
    6. [+]
      (Review)
      Benjamin Disraeli: The Romance of a Great Career, 1804-1881, by Edward Clarke
      1. Benjamin Disraeli: The Romance of a Great Career, 1804-1881 by Edward Clarke
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1926, p. 906
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      (Review)
      The Mechanism of the Modern State, by J.A.R. Marriott
      1. The Mechanism of the Modern State by J.A.R. Marriott
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1927, pp. 891-892
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      (Review)
      The Structure of Politics at the Accession of George III, by Lewis B. Namier
      1. The Structure of Politics at the Accession of George III by Lewis B. Namier
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1929, p. 772
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      (2 Reviews)
      Peel and Conservative Party, by George Kitson Clark
      1. Peel and Conservative Party by George Kitson Clark
      2. Toryism and the People, 1832-1846 by Richard Leslie Hill
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1930, p. 192
    10. [+]
      (Review)
      Liberty in the Modern World, by George Bryan Logan, Jr.
      1. Liberty in the Modern World by George Bryan Logan, Jr.
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1930, p. 209
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      (2 Reviews)
      How Britain Is Governed, by Ramsay Muir
      1. How Britain Is Governed by Ramsay Muir
      2. From Chartism to Labourism by Fedor A. Rothstein
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1930, p. 759
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      (Review)
      Lords Versus Commons, by Emily Allyn
      1. Lords Versus Commons by Emily Allyn
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1931, p. 1079
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      (Review)
      Influence of the Commons on Early Legislation, by Howard L. Gray
      1. Influence of the Commons on Early Legislation by Howard L. Gray
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1933, p. 644
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      (Review)
      Parliament and the Army, 1642-1904, by J.S. Omond
      1. Parliament and the Army, 1642-1904 by J.S. Omond
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1934, p. 139
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      (Review)
      Government in Transition, by Lord Eustace Percy
      1. Government in Transition by Lord Eustace Percy
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1935, pp. 513-514
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      (Review)
      The Liberal Way, by Ramsay Muir
      1. The Liberal Way by Ramsay Muir
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1935, p. 693
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      (2 Reviews)
      Ceylon Under British Rule, 1795-1932, by Lennox A. Mills
      1. Ceylon Under British Rule, 1795-1932 by Lennox A. Mills
      2. The Third British Empire by Alfred E. Zimmern
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1935, p. 695
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      (2 Reviews)
      Problems of Nationality, 1918-1936, by W.K. Hancock
      1. Problems of Nationality, 1918-1936 by W.K. Hancock
      2. The British Empire
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1938, pp. 140-141
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      (Review)
      English Radicalism, 1853-1886, by S. Maccoby
      1. English Radicalism, 1853-1886 by S. Maccoby
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1939, p. 914
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      (Review)
      The English Government at Work, 1327-1336, Vol. I, by James F. Willard and William A. M...
      1. The English Government at Work, 1327-1336, Vol. I by James F. Willard and William A. Morris
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1940, pp. 1013-1014