Book Review:The Tragedy of Political Science: Politics, Scholarship, and Democracy. David M. Ricci; Disenchanted Realists: Political Science and the American Crisis, 1884- 1984. Raymond Seidelman [Book Review]
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Ethics 98 (3):589- (1988)
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