A history of political theories, recent times; essays on contemporary developments in political theory, contributed by students of the late William Archibald Dunning ... in affectionate memory and grateful recognition of his scholarly inspiration and

; Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1889-1968, editor
New York, Macmillan Company, 1924.

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Other Authors Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1889-1968,
Subjects Dunning, William Archibald, -1922.
Dunning, William Archibald, 1857-1922.
Political science -- History.
Political science.
Description xii pages, 1 leaf, 597 pages frontispiece (portrait) 22 cm
Copyright Date 1924.
Notes Selected references at end of each chapter.
Contents Recent tendencies in political thought, by C.E. Merriam.--Some recent critics and exponents of the theory of democracy, by M.M. Willey.--Pluralistic theories and the attack upon state sovereignty, by F.W. Coker.--Political theory and international law, by E.M. Borchard.--Recent political theory developed in jurisprudence, by C.P. Patterson.--Proletarian political theory, by P.H. Douglas.--Influence of political tactics on socialist theory in Germany, 1863-1914, by C.J.H. Hayes.--Political implications of recent philosophical movements, by H.W. Schneider.--Some contributions of sociology to modern political theory, by H.E. Barnes.--Social psychology and political theory, by C.E. Gehlke.--Anthropological theories of political origins, by A.A. Goldenweiser.--Some representative contributions of anthropogeography to political theory, by F. Thomas.--Race as a factor in political theory, by F.H. Hankins.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)193224
(OCoLC)ocm00193224
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WorldCat Identities Merriam, Charles Edward, 1874-1953,
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