Contemporary Transformations of American Politics: Thoughts on the Research Agendas of Political Scientists
Nelson W. Polsby discusses significant transformations of American politics over the last thirty years that have changed nearly every institution of American government and politics. Accounting for their causes and effects, he says, challenges the research agendas of social scientists.
Elections at Home and Abroad, M. Kent Jennings and Thomas E. Mann Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsby
Social Science Quotations, Volume 19 of the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Robert K. Merton and David L. Sills Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsby
The Politics of Rich and Poor: Wealth and the American Electorate in the Reagan Aftermath, Kevin Phillips Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsby
Jimmy Carter as President: Leadership and the Politics of the Public Good, Erwin C. Hargrove Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsby
Images of Voting/Visions of Democracy, Peter B. Natchez Reviewed by Nelson W. Polsbymore by this author
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