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Year 1992 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. American Political Science Review
      , December 1992, pp. 929-937
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      (Review)
      Extraordinary Measures, by Daniel P. Franklin
      1. Extraordinary Measures by Daniel P. Franklin
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 236
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      (3 Reviews)
      Judicial Compulsions, by Jeremy Rabkin
      1. Judicial Compulsions by Jeremy Rabkin
      2. The Legacy of Judicial Policy-Making by Elizabeth Warren
      3. Judging the Constitution by Michael W. McCann and Gerald L. Houseman
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, pp. 226-227
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      (Review)
      Laws, Men, and Machines, by Michael Foley
      1. Laws, Men, and Machines by Michael Foley
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 234
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      (Review)
      Sex, Gender, and the Politics of ERA, by Donald G. Mathews and Jane Sherron de...
      1. Sex, Gender, and the Politics of ERA by Donald G. Mathews and Jane Sherron de...
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 247
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      (Review)
      Getting Justice and Getting Even, by Sally Engle Merry
      1. Getting Justice and Getting Even by Sally Engle Merry
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 248
    7. [+]
      (Review)
      Race and the Decline of Class in American Politics, by Robert Huckfeldt and Carol Weitz...
      1. Race and the Decline of Class in American Politics by Robert Huckfeldt and Carol Weitzel Ko...
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 240
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      (2 Reviews)
      LBJ and the Polls, by Bruce E. Altschuler
      1. LBJ and the Polls by Bruce E. Altschuler
      2. The Joint Press Conference by David J. Lanoue and Peter R. Schrott
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 228
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      (Review)
      FDR and the News Media, by Betty Houchin Winfield
      1. FDR and the News Media by Betty Houchin Winfield
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 258
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      (Review)
      City Choices: Education and Housing, by Kenneth K. Wong
      1. City Choices: Education and Housing by Kenneth K. Wong
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, pp. 258-259
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      (Review)
      The Expendable Future, by Richard J. Tobin
      1. The Expendable Future by Richard J. Tobin
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 254
    12. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      The Decline of American Political Parties, 1952-1992, by Martin P. Wattenberg
      1. The Decline of American Political Parties, 1952-1992 by Martin P. Wattenberg
      2. The Demobilization of American Voters by Michael J. Avey
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 255
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      (2 Reviews)
      Privacy in America, by David F. Linowes
      1. Privacy in America by David F. Linowes
      2. Knowledge As Power by David Sadofsky
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 246
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      (Review)
      The American Revolution in the Law, by Shannon C. Stimson
      1. The American Revolution in the Law by Shannon C. Stimson
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 252
    15. [+]
      (Review)
      The Poor in Court, by Susan E. Lawrence
      1. The Poor in Court by Susan E. Lawrence
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 245
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      (Review)
      The Reach and Grasp of Policy Analysis, by Richard I. Hofferbert
      1. The Reach and Grasp of Policy Analysis by Richard I. Hofferbert
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 240
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      (Review)
      Television and the Crisis of Democracy, by Douglas Kellner
      1. Television and the Crisis of Democracy by Douglas Kellner
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 241
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      (Review)
      Procurement and Public Management, by Steven Kelman
      1. Procurement and Public Management by Steven Kelman
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 243
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      (Review)
      The National Party Chairmen and Committees, by Ralph Morris Goldman
      1. The National Party Chairmen and Committees by Ralph Morris Goldman
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 237
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      (Review)
      Boston Against Busing, by Ronald P. Formisano
      1. Boston Against Busing by Ronald P. Formisano
      American Political Science Review
      , March 1992, p. 235