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Year 1967 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. Bolingbroke on Natural Law and the Origin of Government
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1967, pp. 571-594
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      (Review)
      On the Sociology of Knowledge, by Hans Neisser
      1. On the Sociology of Knowledge by Hans Neisser
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1967, p. 166
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      (Review)
      John Rae: Political Economist, by R. Warren James
      1. John Rae: Political Economist by R. Warren James
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1967, p. 165
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      (Review)
      Germany, The Wall and Berlin, by John W. Keller
      1. Germany, The Wall and Berlin by John W. Keller
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1967, p. 168
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      (Review)
      Private Plans and Public Dangers, by Bernard F. Donahoe
      1. Private Plans and Public Dangers by Bernard F. Donahoe
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1967, p. 166
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      (Review)
      Zambia, by Richard S. Hall
      1. Zambia by Richard S. Hall
      Political Science Quarterly
      , March 1967, p. 167
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      (Review)
      Los Empresarios Ante el Poder Publico, by Juan J. Linz and Amando de Miguel
      1. Los Empresarios Ante el Poder Publico by Juan J. Linz and Amando de Miguel
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1967, pp. 335-336
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      (Review)
      Les Slaves: Peuples et Nations, by Roger Portal
      1. Les Slaves: Peuples et Nations by Roger Portal
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1967, p. 333
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      (Review)
      International Differences in Industrial Structure, by Joe S. Bain
      1. International Differences in Industrial Structure by Joe S. Bain
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1967, p. 333
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      (Review)
      New Deal Mosaic, by Lester G. Seligman and Elmer E. Cornw...
      1. New Deal Mosaic by Lester G. Seligman and Elmer E. Cornw...
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1967, p. 334
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      (Review)
      The Mexican Mining Industry, 1890-1950, by Marvin D. Bernstein
      1. The Mexican Mining Industry, 1890-1950 by Marvin D. Bernstein
      Political Science Quarterly
      , June 1967, p. 334
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      (Review)
      Great Britain and United States Expansion, 1898-1900, by R.G. Neale
      1. Great Britain and United States Expansion, 1898-1900 by R.G. Neale
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1967, pp. 504-506
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      (Review)
      Church and State in Latin America, by J. Lloyd Mecham
      1. Church and State in Latin America by J. Lloyd Mecham
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1967, p. 503
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      (Review)
      Empirische Wahlforschung, by Nils Diederich
      1. Empirische Wahlforschung by Nils Diederich
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1967, p. 502
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      (Review)
      Volker und Rassen im Urteil der Jugend, by Werner J. Cahnman
      1. Volker und Rassen im Urteil der Jugend by Werner J. Cahnman
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1967, p. 502
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      (Review)
      The Human Nature of Science, by Stewart E. Perry
      1. The Human Nature of Science by Stewart E. Perry
      Political Science Quarterly
      , September 1967, p. 501
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      (Review)
      Ideology, Economic Change, and the Working Classes, by Samuel J. Surace
      1. Ideology, Economic Change, and the Working Classes by Samuel J. Surace
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1967, p. 669
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      (Review)
      Aus Nachster Nahe, by Arnold Brecht
      1. Aus Nachster Nahe by Arnold Brecht
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1967, pp. 671-686
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      (Review)
      The Revolutionary Internationals, 1864-1943, by Milorad M. Drachkovitch
      1. The Revolutionary Internationals, 1864-1943 by Milorad M. Drachkovitch
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1967, p. 670
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      (Review)
      Britain and the Old Dominions, by J.D.B. Miller
      1. Britain and the Old Dominions by J.D.B. Miller
      Political Science Quarterly
      , December 1967, p. 668