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Political Science Quarterly Archives
By Robert L. Schuyler
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  • Political Science Quarterly
    Total Archives: 122 Years, 487 Issues, 17,927 Articles, 91,176pp
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    1. Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1918, pp. 77-92 - PDF
    2. Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1916, pp. 289-299 - PDF
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      (Review)
      The Amazing Career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, by A.J. Harrop
      1. The Amazing Career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield by A.J. Harrop
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1929, p. 154
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      The Board of Trade, by Hubert Llewellyn Smith
      1. The Board of Trade by Hubert Llewellyn Smith
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1929, p. 155
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      (Review)
      Canada in the Commonwealth, by Robert Borden
      1. Canada in the Commonwealth by Robert Borden
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1929, p. 311
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      (Review)
      Empire Government, by Manfred Nathan
      1. Empire Government by Manfred Nathan
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1929, p. 312
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      (Review)
      The Fall of the Planter Class in the British Caribbean, by Lowell J. Ragatz
      1. The Fall of the Planter Class in the British Caribbean by Lowell J. Ragatz
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1929, p. 636
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      Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History, by Charles E. Petit-...
      1. Studies and Notes Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History by Charles E. Petit-Dutaillis and George...
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1930, p. 149
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      (Review)
      Great Britain and the Dominions, by Cecil Hurst
      1. Great Britain and the Dominions by Cecil Hurst
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1930, p. 314
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      (Review)
      A Short History of British Expansion, by James Alexander Williamson
      1. A Short History of British Expansion by James Alexander Williamson
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1930, p. 473
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      (Review)
      The Crisis of English Liberty, by John A.R. Marriott
      1. The Crisis of English Liberty by John A.R. Marriott
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1931, p. 314
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      Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I, A.D. 1603-1625, by J.R. Tanner
      1. Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I, A.D. 1603-1625 by J.R. Tanner
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1931, p. 315
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      (Review)
      An Introduction to British Constitutional Law, by Arthur Berriedale Keith
      1. An Introduction to British Constitutional Law by Arthur Berriedale Keith
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1932, p. 147
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      (Review)
      The New British Empire, by William Yandell Elliott
      1. The New British Empire by William Yandell Elliott
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1932, p. 309
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      (Review)
      British Policy and Canada, 1774-1791, by Gerald S. Graham
      1. British Policy and Canada, 1774-1791 by Gerald S. Graham
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1932, p. 632
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      (Review)
      The Constitutional Law of the British Dominions, by Arthur B. Keith
      1. The Constitutional Law of the British Dominions by Arthur B. Keith
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1933, p. 633
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      Consultation and Co-Operation in the British Commonwealth, by Gerald E.H. Palmer
      1. Consultation and Co-Operation in the British Commonwealth by Gerald E.H. Palmer
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1935, p. 467
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      (Review)
      The Irish Free State, by Nicholas Mansergh
      1. The Irish Free State by Nicholas Mansergh
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1935, p. 627
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      (Review)
      The Political Influence of Queen Victoria, 1861-1901, by Frank Hardie
      1. The Political Influence of Queen Victoria, 1861-1901 by Frank Hardie
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1936, p. 310
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      The Law and Custom of the Constitution, Vol. II: The Crown, by A. Berriedale Keith
      1. The Law and Custom of the Constitution, Vol. II: The Crown by A. Berriedale Keith
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1936, p. 311