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American Political Science Review Archives
By Frederick L. Schuman
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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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    1. "Bill of Attainder" in the Seventy-Eighth Congress
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1943, pp. 819-828
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      (Review)
      The Law of Citizenship in the United States, by Luella Gettys
      1. The Law of Citizenship in the United States by Luella Gettys
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1934, p. 1127
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      (Review)
      De Bismarck a Poincare, by Raymond Recouly
      1. De Bismarck a Poincare by Raymond Recouly
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1933, pp. 127-128
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      (Review)
      European Diplomatic History, 1871-1932, by Raymond James Sontag
      1. European Diplomatic History, 1871-1932 by Raymond James Sontag
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1933, p. 650
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      (2 Reviews)
      Germany Prepares for War, by Ewald Banse
      1. Germany Prepares for War by Ewald Banse
      2. Nazi Means War by Leland Stowe
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1934, pp. 524-525
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      (3 Reviews)
      Europe and Europeans, by Carlo Sforza
      1. Europe and Europeans by Carlo Sforza
      2. Locarno by Friedrich Joseph Berber
      3. Vital Peace by Henry Wickham Steed
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1936, p. 1198
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      (2 Reviews)
      War Our Heritage, by Joseph P. Lash and James A. Wechsler
      1. War Our Heritage by Joseph P. Lash and James A. Wechsler
      2. "We or They": Two Worlds in Conflict by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1937, p. 345
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      (2 Reviews)
      Analysis of the Problem of War, by Clyde Eagleton
      1. Analysis of the Problem of War by Clyde Eagleton
      2. Viewed Without Alarm: Europe Today by Walter Millis
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1937, p. 745
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      The Profits of War Through the Ages, by Richard Lewinsohn
      1. The Profits of War Through the Ages by Richard Lewinsohn
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1937, pp. 1167-1168
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      (Review)
      Survey of International Affairs, 1936, by Arnold J. Toynbee and V.M. Boulter
      1. Survey of International Affairs, 1936 by Arnold J. Toynbee and V.M. Boulter
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1938, p. 565
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      (2 Reviews)
      Survey of International Affairs, 1937, by Arnold J. Toynbee
      1. Survey of International Affairs, 1937 by Arnold J. Toynbee
      2. A Short History of International Affairs 1920 to 1938 by Geoffrey M. Gathorne-Hardy
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1939, pp. 513-514
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      (Review)
      Publicity and Diplomacy, by Oron James Hale
      1. Publicity and Diplomacy by Oron James Hale
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1941, pp. 159-160
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      (Review)
      America and Russia in the World Community, by Harold H. Fisher
      1. America and Russia in the World Community by Harold H. Fisher
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1946, pp. 988-989
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      (Review)
      The Psychology of Dictatorship, by G.M. Gilbert
      1. The Psychology of Dictatorship by G.M. Gilbert
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1951, p. 548
      1. The Psychology of Dictatorship by G.M. Gilbert
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1945, pp. 12-30
    15. The Council of Europe
      1. The Psychology of Dictatorship by G.M. Gilbert
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1951, pp. 724-740
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      (Review)
      Europe Between Wars?, by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
      1. Europe Between Wars? by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1934, p. 967
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      (Review)
      The Wilhelmstrasse, by Paul Seabury
      1. The Wilhelmstrasse by Paul Seabury
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1955, p. 580
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      (Review)
      World Affairs and the College Curriculum, by Richard N. Swift
      1. World Affairs and the College Curriculum by Richard N. Swift
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1960, p. 573
      1. World Affairs and the College Curriculum by Richard N. Swift
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1949, pp. 628-676