The American science of politics: its origins and conditions.


Berkeley, University of California Press, 1959.

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Subjects Political science -- United States -- History.
Political science.
Politische Philosophie.
Politische Wissenschaft.
Science politique -- EĢtats-Unis -- Histoire.
USA.
United States.
Description 252 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Contents PART 1: Origins -- The Science of Politics in the Early Republic -- Citizenship and National Expansion -- American Liberalism Refurbished by Progress: Spencer and Darwin -- Ambition and Ambiguity in the Founding of Social Science: Sumner and Ward -- PART 2: Conditions -- The Cult of Realism in the Progressive Era -- The Growth of Political Science -- The Science of the Group Process of Politics: A.F. Bentley -- PART 3: Consequences -- Charles Merriam and the New Aspects of Politics -- The Democratic Gospel of Research -- The Conceptual Behaviour of Harold Lasswell -- PART 4: Inconclusions -- Science and Politics -- American Political Science and American Political Thought.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)945074
(OCoLC)ocm00945074
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WorldCat Identities Crick, Bernard, 1929-2008.
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