Broad in subject matter and dedicated to objective analysis, Political Science Quarterly is a fully refereed journal that publishes articles on both domestic and international politics. Although most of PSQ's authors are drawn from the ranks of professional political scientists, its pages are also open to historians, economists and other social scientists whose work meets the Quarterly's high standards and would interest our multidisciplinary audience.
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