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Political Science Quarterly Archives
By John Bartlet Brebner
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  • Political Science Quarterly
    Total Archives: 122 Years, 487 Issues, 17,927 Articles, 91,176pp
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      (Review)
      The State of England, by Harold Begbie
      1. The State of England by Harold Begbie
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1926, p. 316
    2. [+]
      (Review)
      Contemporary Political Thought in England, by Lewis Rockow
      1. Contemporary Political Thought in England by Lewis Rockow
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1926, p. 317
    3. [+]
      (Review)
      Social Classes in Post-War Europe, by Lothrop Stoddard
      1. Social Classes in Post-War Europe by Lothrop Stoddard
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1926, p. 645
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      (Review)
      The Famine in Soviet Russia, 1919-1923, by Harold H. Fisher
      1. The Famine in Soviet Russia, 1919-1923 by Harold H. Fisher
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1928, p. 317
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      The Revolution of 1917, by V.I. Lenin
      1. The Revolution of 1917 by V.I. Lenin
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1930, p. 152
    6. [+]
      (Review)
      The British Crown and the Indian States,
      1. The British Crown and the Indian States
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1931, p. 315
    7. [+]
      (Review)
      War by Revolution, by Francis Williams
      1. War by Revolution by Francis Williams
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1941, p. 464
    8. [+]
      (Review)
      John Frost: A Study in Chartism, by David Williams
      1. John Frost: A Study in Chartism by David Williams
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1941, p. 473
    9. [+]
      (Review)
      A Short History of Canada for Americans, by Alfred LeRoy Burt
      1. A Short History of Canada for Americans by Alfred LeRoy Burt
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1942, p. 476
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      (Review)
      Lord Liverpool and Liberal Toryism, 1820 to 1827, by William R. Brock
      1. Lord Liverpool and Liberal Toryism, 1820 to 1827 by William R. Brock
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1943, p. 311
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      (Review)
      England's Road to Social Security, 1349-1947, by Karl de Schweinitz
      1. England's Road to Social Security, 1349-1947 by Karl de Schweinitz
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1943, p. 629
    12. [+]
      (Review)
      Sir Francis Hincks, by Ronald S. Longley
      1. Sir Francis Hincks by Ronald S. Longley
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1944, p. 478
    13. [+]
      (Review)
      Canada: New World Power, by Louisa W. Peat
      1. Canada: New World Power by Louisa W. Peat
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1945, p. 633
    14. [+]
      (Review)
      The Development of Public Opinion in Manchester, 1780-1820, by Leon Soutierre Marshall
      1. The Development of Public Opinion in Manchester, 1780-1820 by Leon Soutierre Marshall
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1947, p. 631
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      (Review)
      Members of Parliament, 1734-1832, by Gerrit P. Judd, IV
      1. Members of Parliament, 1734-1832 by Gerrit P. Judd, IV
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1956, p. 158
      1. Members of Parliament, 1734-1832 by Gerrit P. Judd, IV
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1935, pp. 45-58
      1. Members of Parliament, 1734-1832 by Gerrit P. Judd, IV
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1929, pp. 161-172
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      (2 Reviews)
      Canada Looks Abroad, by Robert Alexander MacKay and E.B. Rogers
      1. Canada Looks Abroad by Robert Alexander MacKay and E.B. Rogers
      2. The Canadians: The Story of a People by George M. Wrong
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1939, pp. 109-110
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      (Review)
      British Labour's Rise to Power, by Carl F. Brand
      1. British Labour's Rise to Power by Carl F. Brand
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1942, pp. 139-140
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      (Review)
      The Treaty of Washington, 1871, by Goldwin Smith
      1. The Treaty of Washington, 1871 by Goldwin Smith
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1942, pp. 303-304