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Year 1966 Archives
Political Science Quarterly Archives
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  • Political Science Quarterly
    Total Archives: 122 Years, 487 Issues, 17,927 Articles, 91,176pp
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    1. James Thomson Shotwell
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1966
    2. Lynn Thorndike
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1966
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      (Review)
      Steel Decision and the National Economy, by Henry W. Broude
      1. Steel Decision and the National Economy by Henry W. Broude
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1966, p. 169
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      (Review)
      Le Regime Politique de la Ve Republique, by Pierre Avril
      1. Le Regime Politique de la Ve Republique by Pierre Avril
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1966, p. 168
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      (Review)
      Prairie Rebel: The Public Life of William Lemke, by Edward C. Blackorby
      1. Prairie Rebel: The Public Life of William Lemke by Edward C. Blackorby
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1966, p. 167
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      (Review)
      The Whirligig of Politics, by J. Rogers Hollingsworth
      1. The Whirligig of Politics by J. Rogers Hollingsworth
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1966, p. 166
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      (Review)
      Community Power and Political Theory, by Nelson W. Polsby
      1. Community Power and Political Theory by Nelson W. Polsby
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1966, pp. 170-202
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      (Review)
      State and Law: Soviet and Yugoslav Theory, by Ivo Lapenna
      1. State and Law: Soviet and Yugoslav Theory by Ivo Lapenna
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, p. 351
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      (2 Reviews)
      Life of Adam Smith, by John Rae
      1. Life of Adam Smith by John Rae
      2. Guide to John Rae's Life of Adam Smith by Jacob Viner
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, p. 352
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      (Review)
      Documents on British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939, by Rohan Butler, J.P.T. Bury, and M.E. ...
      1. Documents on British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939 by Rohan Butler, J.P.T. Bury, and M.E. L...
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, pp. 354-376
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      (Review)
      Southeast Asia, by Lennox A. Mills
      1. Southeast Asia by Lennox A. Mills
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, p. 353
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      (Review)
      The Democratic South, by Dewey W. Grantham, Jr.
      1. The Democratic South by Dewey W. Grantham, Jr.
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, p. 351
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      (Review)
      First Tuesday, by David Wallace
      1. First Tuesday by David Wallace
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1966, p. 350
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      (Review)
      France, Germany, and the New Europe, 1945-1963, by F. Roy Willis
      1. France, Germany, and the New Europe, 1945-1963 by F. Roy Willis
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1966, p. 518
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      (Review)
      The Old Republicans, by Norman K. Risjord
      1. The Old Republicans by Norman K. Risjord
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, p. 685
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      (Review)
      International Relations and World Politics Since 1919, by Sailendra Nath Dhar
      1. International Relations and World Politics Since 1919 by Sailendra Nath Dhar
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, p. 686
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      (Review)
      Zanzibar: Background to Revolution, by Michael F. Lofchie
      1. Zanzibar: Background to Revolution by Michael F. Lofchie
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, pp. 689-714
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      (Review)
      Yearbook of the United Nations, 1964,
      1. Yearbook of the United Nations, 1964
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, p. 687
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      (Review)
      Austria Under the Iron Ring, 1879-1893, by William A. Jenks
      1. Austria Under the Iron Ring, 1879-1893 by William A. Jenks
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, p. 685
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      (Review)
      The Problem of Democracy, by Herbert Tingsten
      1. The Problem of Democracy by Herbert Tingsten
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1966, p. 688