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American Political Science Review Archives
By John M. Gaus
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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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      (Review)
      Land for the Future, by Marion Clawson, R. Burnell Held, and ...
      1. Land for the Future by Marion Clawson, R. Burnell Held, and ...
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1961, p. 167
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      (2 Reviews)
      The Settlement Horizon: A National Estimate, by Robert A. Woods and Albert J. Kennedy
      1. The Settlement Horizon: A National Estimate by Robert A. Woods and Albert J. Kennedy
      2. The Soul of an Immigrant by Constantine M. Panunzio
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1923, pp. 135-136
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      (2 Reviews)
      The Neighborhood in Nation-Building, by Robert A. Woods
      1. The Neighborhood in Nation-Building by Robert A. Woods
      2. The Neighborhood by Roderick Duncan McKenzie
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1923, pp. 502-503
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      (Review)
      The Inquiring Mind, by Zechariah Chafee, Jr.
      1. The Inquiring Mind by Zechariah Chafee, Jr.
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1928, p. 1017
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      (Review)
      Characters and Events, by John Dewey and Joseph Ratner
      1. Characters and Events by John Dewey and Joseph Ratner
      American Political Science Review
      , May 1930, pp. 487-488
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      (Review)
      The Dangers of Obedience, and Other Essays, by Harold J. Laski
      1. The Dangers of Obedience, and Other Essays by Harold J. Laski
      American Political Science Review
      , November 1930, pp. 1049-1051
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      (Review)
      The Economic Foundations of Fascism, by Paul Einzig
      1. The Economic Foundations of Fascism by Paul Einzig
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1933, p. 999
    8. Book Reviews and Notices 
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      (Review)
      Intelligence in Politics, by Max Ascoli
      1. Intelligence in Politics by Max Ascoli
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1937, p. 321
    9. [+]
      (Review)
      Papers on the Science of Administration, by Luther Gulick and L. Urwick
      1. Papers on the Science of Administration by Luther Gulick and L. Urwick
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1938, pp. 132-133
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      (Review)
      Political Institutions: A Preface, by Edward McChesney Sait
      1. Political Institutions: A Preface by Edward McChesney Sait
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1938, pp. 547-548
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      (2 Reviews)
      American Regionalism, by Howard W. Odum and Harry Estill Moore
      1. American Regionalism by Howard W. Odum and Harry Estill Moore
      2. The Attack on Leviathan by Donald Davidson
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1938, pp. 1180-1182
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      (Review)
      Federal, State, and Local Administrative Relationships in Agriculture, by Carleton R. Ball
      1. Federal, State, and Local Administrative Relationships in Agriculture by Carleton R. Ball
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1939, p. 701
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      (Review)
      Dynamic Administration, by Henry C. Metcalf and L. Urwick
      1. Dynamic Administration by Henry C. Metcalf and L. Urwick
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1942, p. 550
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      (Review)
      Administrative Regulation, by Avery Leiserson
      1. Administrative Regulation by Avery Leiserson
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1942, pp. 1158-1159
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      (Review)
      The Tennessee Valley Authority, by Joseph Sirera Ransmeier
      1. The Tennessee Valley Authority by Joseph Sirera Ransmeier
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1943, p. 1110
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      (Review)
      Representative Bureaucracy, by J. Donald Kingsley
      1. Representative Bureaucracy by J. Donald Kingsley
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1945, pp. 589-590
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      (Review)
      Law and Orders, by Carleton Kemp Allen
      1. Law and Orders by Carleton Kemp Allen
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1946, pp. 592-594
    18. III. The Presidency
      1. Law and Orders by Carleton Kemp Allen
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1949, pp. 952-958
      1. Law and Orders by Carleton Kemp Allen
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1946, pp. 217-230
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      The Report on Ministers' Powers
      1. Law and Orders by Carleton Kemp Allen
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1932, pp. 1142-1147