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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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    1. The Contest for a National System of Home-Mortgage Finance
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1941, pp. 53-68
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      (Review)
      Presidential Elections, by Cortez A.M. Ewing
      1. Presidential Elections by Cortez A.M. Ewing
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1941, p. 167
    3. Judicial Elections and Partisan Endorsement of Judicial Candidates in Minnesota
      1. Presidential Elections by Cortez A.M. Ewing
      American Political Science Review
      , February 1941, pp. 69-75
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      (Review)
      Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Los Angeles Area, by Ronald M. Ketcham
      1. Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Los Angeles Area by Ronald M. Ketcham
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1941, p. 383
    5. Third Session of the Seventy-sixth Congress
      1. Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Los Angeles Area by Ronald M. Ketcham
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1941, pp. 284-303
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      (Review)
      The Boss: The Hague Machine in Action, by Dayton David McKean
      1. The Boss: The Hague Machine in Action by Dayton David McKean
      American Political Science Review
      , April 1941, p. 373
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      (Review)
      Accounting Procedures of the United States Government, by E.F. Bartelt
      1. Accounting Procedures of the United States Government by E.F. Bartelt
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1941, p. 579
    8. Federal Restrictions upon the Political Activity of Government Employees
      1. Accounting Procedures of the United States Government by E.F. Bartelt
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1941, pp. 470-489
    9. Public Ownership and Tax Replacement by the T.V.A.
      1. Accounting Procedures of the United States Government by E.F. Bartelt
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1941, pp. 727-737
    10. Campaign Finance in the Presidential Election of 1940
      1. Accounting Procedures of the United States Government by E.F. Bartelt
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1941, pp. 701-726
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      Woodrow Wilson: The Fifteenth Point, by David G. Loth
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Fifteenth Point by David G. Loth
      American Political Science Review
      , August 1941, p. 798
    12. Unconstitutional Legislation in Minnesota
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Fifteenth Point by David G. Loth
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 898-915
    13. Fourth Edition of the Model State Constitution
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Fifteenth Point by David G. Loth
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 916-918
    14. Divisions of Opinion among Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1939-41
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Fifteenth Point by David G. Loth
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 890-897
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      We Have a Future, by Norman Thomas
      1. We Have a Future by Norman Thomas
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, p. 1004
    16. Organization of the Executive Branch of the National Government of the United States
      1. We Have a Future by Norman Thomas
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 919-924
    17. The Concurrent Resolution in Congress
      1. We Have a Future by Norman Thomas
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 886-889
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      (Review)
      Administrative Procedure, by Kurt Glaser
      1. Administrative Procedure by Kurt Glaser
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1941, p. 1191
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      (Review)
      The History of Public Welfare in New York State, 1867-1940, by David M. Schneider and A...
      1. The History of Public Welfare in New York State, 1867-1940 by David M. Schneider and Albert Deutsch
      American Political Science Review
      , December 1941, p. 1193
      1. The History of Public Welfare in New York State, 1867-1940 by David M. Schneider and Albert Deutsch
      American Political Science Review
      , October 1941, pp. 855-871