Political Man: The Social Bases of Politics

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Abel, Theodore, 12
Abernethy, thomas P., 348
Abrams, Mark, 279, 279n
Adams, Charles Francis, 299n
Adams, Henry, 299n, 337, 338
Adoratsky, V., 26n
Adorno, Theodore, 105n
Alexander, Robert J., 95n, 171, 171n
Alford, Robert, 10
Allardt, Erik, 11, 122n, 183n, 195n, 199n, 202n, 207n, 209n, 236n, 258n
Allinsmith, Beverly, 290n
Allinsmith, Wesley, 290n
Almond, Gabriel, 80n, 105n, 113n, 118-20, 119n, 120n, 175n
Anderson, H. Dewey, 186n, 220n, 288n, 315n
Angelby, Louis, 11, 162
Antoni, Carlo, 29n
Apter, David, 66n, 94n
Arendt, Hannah, 67n
Argyle, Michael, 243n, 260n
Aristotle, 7, 50, 417
Arneson, B. C., 202n
Aron, Raymond, 326n-27n, 333n- 34n, 404
Aymes, Joseph, 377n
Bagehot, Walter, 327
Bakke, E. W., 122n, 187, 187n
Baltzell, E. Digby, 293n, 300n, 301, 301n, 338, 338n, 347n
Banfield, Edward, 67n, 198n, 258n
Barber, Bernard, 371n, 373n, 377n
Barrett, W., 293n
Barton, Allan H., 11, 12, 123n, 239
Bean, Louis, 33n
Beard, Charles, 287, 309n
Beard, Mary, 309n
Beckerath, Erwin von, 164n
Beegle, J. Allen, 146-47, 147n, 151n, 233n
Behrendt, R., 265n
Belden, A. D., 192n, 367n
Bell, Daniel, 10, 36nn, 63n, 101n, 168n, 170n, 297, 313nn, 317n, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 352, 380n, 403n, 414n
Bendix, Reinhard, 10, 21nn, 29n, 34n, 150, 150n, 151, 176n, 193n, 209n, 238n, 253n, 256, 257n, 258n, 267n, 323n, 324n
Benney, Mark, 32n, 191n, 201n, 204n, 205n, 243n, 249n, 269, 269n
Benson, E. G., 293n
Benson, Lee, 292n
Berelson, Bernard, 32n, 34n, 89n, 183n, 191n, 196n, 202n, 203n, 204n, 211, 212n, 247n, 248n, 266n, 267n, 271n, 277, 290n
Berger, Morroe, 12
Bernstein, Basil, 116n, 117-18, 117n
Berthoff, Rowland T., 295n
Bevan, Aneurin, 392
Biesele, Rudolph L., 350n
Binkley, Wilfred E., 294n
Birch, A. H., 202n, 243n
Bismarck, Otto von, 128
Blankstein, George I., 174n
Blau, Peter, 36n
Blauner, Robert, 13, 237n
Blumberg, Hyman, 380
Bodin, Jean, 22
Bonald, Louis, 35
Bonham, John, 33n, 228n, 278n, 304n, 305n
Bottomore, Thomas, 68n
Boulanger, Georges, 190
Bowman, Claude C., 337n
Bracher, Karl D., 141n, 142n, 143n, 146n
Braden, Charles S., 107n
Brandeis, Louis D., 301
Breckenridge, John C., 345, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 352
Bremme, Gabriele, 143n, 183n, 199n, 212n
Bricker, John W., 307
Bridges, Harry, 358, 358n
Brinkley, Wilfred, 309n
Brinton, Crane, 319n, 321n
Brissenden, Paul F., 112n
Brodbeck, Arthur, 33n, 89n, 223n, 272n
Brogan, Dennis W., 410n
Bronfenbrenner, Uric, 114n
Brotz, Howard, 410, 410n
Brown, F. J., 201n
Bruce, A. A., 275n
Bruckberger, R. L., 327n, 340n
Bruner, Jerome S., 200n
Brunner, Otto, 403n
Bruun, Kettil, 183n, 199n, 202n, 207n, 209n
Bryan, Alice I., 316n


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