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Professor Frank Freidel illustrates the problems of the student of recent history with his experiences as biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The historian needs not an IBM machine but a strong wrist and a perceptive eye to examine materials that are measured by the ton.
Despite its progress, political science is held to be out of touch with much of contemporary politics. The author lays the blame on the concept of the state, which pervades the thinking of political scientists to the extent that they cannot adequately come to terms with the widespread political...
The authors have performed field research on some of the problems of societal consensus posed by Louis Kriesberg in PROD III (September, 1959). They find that a high degree of consensus does not exist except on the most abstract principles concerning society and government, and this primarily...
There is a logical but neglected relation between the materiel and personnel requirements of civil defense and recreation. The psychological dynamic of compounding the two programs would be great: recreation might take the curse of "apathy" from CD. CD might take the curse of "frivolity" from...
The author remarks that "these notes were written in the summer of 1957, but the thoughts expressed seem no less valid now that time has passed and wounds have healed." Some of our readers will feel nostalgia, others premonition, in this scherzo of scholarly autobiography.
A psychologist points out that the referendum method of electing inter national union presidents, used by the Steelworkers and some other labor unions, gives greater play to internal union politics. In the 1957 re-election of David McDonald to the presidency of the USW, considerable internal...
Political scientists hold no monopoly on the examination of government and political processes; many novelists and playwrights have dealt directly or indirectly with the same subjects, and the study of their works may provide political science with both new insights and new analytical methods....
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