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Year 1975 Archives
American Political Science Review Archives
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  • American Political Science Review
    Total Archives: 87 Years, 377 Issues, 28,014 Articles, 104,447pp
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    1. Applying a Poisson Model to Nineteenth-Century Europe
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, pp. 859-870
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      (Review)
      The Dialectics of Legal Repression, by Isaac D. Balbus
      1. The Dialectics of Legal Repression by Isaac D. Balbus
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1975, p. 263
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      (Review)
      Bonds of Pluralism, by Edward O. Laumann
      1. Bonds of Pluralism by Edward O. Laumann
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 711
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      (Review)
      The Impact of Reform Movements on Social Policy Change, by Daniel S. Sanders
      1. The Impact of Reform Movements on Social Policy Change by Daniel S. Sanders
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 714
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      (Review)
      The Foundations of the American Empire, by Ernest N. Paolino
      1. The Foundations of the American Empire by Ernest N. Paolino
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 713
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      (Review)
      The Imperfect Union, by John Hutchinson
      1. The Imperfect Union by John Hutchinson
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 709
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      (Review)
      Johnson, Grant, and the Politics of Reconstruction, by Martin E. Mantell
      1. Johnson, Grant, and the Politics of Reconstruction by Martin E. Mantell
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 712
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      (Review)
      The Political Economy of Urban Schools, by Martin T. Katzman
      1. The Political Economy of Urban Schools by Martin T. Katzman
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 710
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      (2 Reviews)
      Daniel Webster and the Trial of American Patriotism, 1843-1852, by Robert F. Dalzell, Jr.
      1. Daniel Webster and the Trial of American Patriotism, 1843-1852 by Robert F. Dalzell, Jr.
      2. Daniel Webster and Jacksonian Democracy by Sydney Nathans
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 708
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      (Review)
      From Confederation to Nation, by Bernard Schwartz
      1. From Confederation to Nation by Bernard Schwartz
      American Political Science Review
      , June 1975, p. 714
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      (Review)
      To Be a Congressman, by Sven Goenings and Jonathan P. Hawley
      1. To Be a Congressman by Sven Goenings and Jonathan P. Hawley
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1031
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      (Review)
      The Skill Factor in Politics, by Eugene Bardach
      1. The Skill Factor in Politics by Eugene Bardach
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, pp. 1020-1021
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      (Review)
      Seeds of Extinction, by Bernard W. Sheehan
      1. Seeds of Extinction by Bernard W. Sheehan
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1049
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      (Review)
      Corporate Power and Social Change, by Karen Orren
      1. Corporate Power and Social Change by Karen Orren
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1043
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      (3 Reviews)
      Public Policy Toward Environment 1973,
      1. Public Policy Toward Environment 1973
      2. Man and His Environment by Harry G. Johnson
      3. Our Ecological Crisis by Grahame J.C. Smith, Henry J. Steck, a...
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, pp. 1017-1018
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      (Review)
      Independence on Trial, by Frederick W. Marks III
      1. Independence on Trial by Frederick W. Marks III
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1041
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      (Review)
      Future of the United States Government, by Harvey S. Perloff
      1. Future of the United States Government by Harvey S. Perloff
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1044
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      (Review)
      American Labor History and Comparative Labor Movements, by James C. McBrearty
      1. American Labor History and Comparative Labor Movements by James C. McBrearty
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1040
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      (Review)
      Community and Regional Planning, by Melvin R. Levin
      1. Community and Regional Planning by Melvin R. Levin
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1039
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      (Review)
      Politics and the Administration of Justice, by George F. Cole
      1. Politics and the Administration of Justice by George F. Cole
      American Political Science Review
      , September 1975, p. 1024