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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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      (Review)
      Progress of the Law in the U. S. Supreme Court, 1930-31, by Gregory Hankin and Charlott...
      1. Progress of the Law in the U. S. Supreme Court, 1930-31 by Gregory Hankin and Charlotte A. Hankin
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1932, p. 574
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      (Review)
      The Social and Economic Views of Mr. Justice Brandeis, by Alfred Lief and Louis Brandeis
      1. The Social and Economic Views of Mr. Justice Brandeis by Alfred Lief and Louis Brandeis
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 165
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      (Review)
      The Liberal Party in America, by Samuel Harden Church
      1. The Liberal Party in America by Samuel Harden Church
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1932, p. 384
    4. [+]
      (Review)
      South Carolina During Reconstruction, by Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hil...
      1. South Carolina During Reconstruction by Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hil...
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1932, p. 757
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      Von Amerika, Versailler Vertrag und Volkerbund, by Martin Loffler
      1. Von Amerika, Versailler Vertrag und Volkerbund by Martin Loffler
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1932, p. 954
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      (Review)
      Confessions of the Power Trust, by Carl Dean Thompson
      1. Confessions of the Power Trust by Carl Dean Thompson
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1932, p. 1127
    7. First Session of the Seventy-second Congress
      1. Confessions of the Power Trust by Carl Dean Thompson
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1932, pp. 846-874
    8. Book Reviews and Notices 
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      (Review)
      The Making of Citizens, by Charles Edward Merriam
      1. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 150
    9. [+]
      (Review)
      State Government, by Finla Goff Crawford
      1. State Government by Finla Goff Crawford
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, pp. 155-156
    10. [+]
      (Review)
      Stephen J. Field: Craftsman of the Law, by Carl Brent Swisher
      1. Stephen J. Field: Craftsman of the Law by Carl Brent Swisher
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, pp. 151-153
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      (Review)
      Die Moderne Nation, by Heinz O. Ziegler
      1. Die Moderne Nation by Heinz O. Ziegler
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 157
    12. [+]
      (Review)
      Chicago Police Problems, by The Citizen's Police Committee
      1. Chicago Police Problems by The Citizen's Police Committee
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, pp. 163-164
    13. [+]
      (Review)
      Family Quarrels: The President, the Senate, the House, by George Wharton Pepper
      1. Family Quarrels: The President, the Senate, the House by George Wharton Pepper
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 154
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      (Review)
      China in Revolution, by Harley Farnsworth MacNair
      1. China in Revolution by Harley Farnsworth MacNair
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, pp. 158-159
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      (Review)
      The Government of Metropolitan Areas in the United States, by National Municipal League
      1. The Government of Metropolitan Areas in the United States by National Municipal League
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 165
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      (3 Reviews)
      Fascism, by James Strachey Barnes
      1. Fascism by James Strachey Barnes
      2. Liberty and Restraint by Louis Le Fevre
      3. Modern Civilization on Trial by C. Delisle Burns
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 160
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      (Review)
      Slovakia Then and Now: A Political Survey, by R.W. Seton-Watson
      1. Slovakia Then and Now: A Political Survey by R.W. Seton-Watson
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 162
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      (Review)
      The French Civil Service, by Walter Rice Sharp
      1. The French Civil Service by Walter Rice Sharp
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1932, p. 161
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      (Review)
      Reason and Nature, by Morris R. Cohen
      1. Reason and Nature by Morris R. Cohen
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1932, p. 374
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      (Review)
      French Political Thought in the Nineteenth Century, by Roger H. Soltau
      1. French Political Thought in the Nineteenth Century by Roger H. Soltau
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1932, p. 375