Essays on the Scientific Study of Politics

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INDEX OF NAMES
Alexander, F., 24, 25
Aquinas, Thomas, 317
Aristotle, 38, 61n., 125, 261n., 301, 302, 308-311, 314
Asch, S., 7, 8, 21, 33, 39
Atkins, W. E., 231n., 232
Ayer, A. J., 148
Banfield, E. C., 68n., 121, 122, 125, 144n.
Barnard, C., 78n., 80n., 89n., 101n., 104n., 107n., 130n., 132, 139n., 142
Barton, A. H., 5n.
Bentley, A. F., 52n., 53, 54n., 95n., 137n., 151-224passim
Berelson, B. R., 6-58passim
Beveridge, Albert J., 209, 211, 215
Blaisdell, D. C., 153n.
Bowers, C. G., 209n.
Brady, R. A., 290n.
Brodbeck, A. J., 9n., 21n., 22-31, 34, 36, 55n.
Bryce, J., 35, 36, 44
Bryson, L., 250n.
Burdick, E., 9n., 22, 36, 47n.
Butler, P., 278n.
Campbell, A., 6n., 12, 14, 58n.
Childs, H. L., 247n.
Christie, R., 227n.
Clausen, J., 18n.
Cobban, A., 50n.-51n.
Cobden, R., 238
Commager, H. S., 155n.
Comte, A., 289
Converse, P. E., 58n.
Creel, G., 279
Crick, B., 155n., 206n., 221n., 227, 268n., 296n., 298
Cromwell, Oliver, 26n.
Cropsey, J., 48n., 146n.
Dahl, R. A., 43
Dean, J. P., 34n.
Dewey, J., 186n., 233n.
Dewey, Thomas, 20, 23, 24, 28, 40, 42
Dostoevski, F., 299
Easton, D., 155n., 243n.
Edgerton, Henry W., 156
Einstein, A., 155, 182
Eisenhower, Dwight, 6, 13, 56, 58n., 61
Eldersveld, S., 3, 6, 8n., 9
Engels, 245n., 250, 288n., 296, 303
Epicurus, 309
Eulau, H., 3n., 227
Fainsod, M., 153n.
Finkelstein, L., 250n.
Franco, Francisco, 278
Freud, S., 109, 231n., 252, 253, 255-258, 262, 272, 273, 303
Friedrich, C. J., 288n.
Gandhi, Mohandas, 260
Gaudet, H., 9n., 10
Goebbels, Joseph, 278, 279
Goguel, F., 4n.
Goodnow, F., 102n.
Gosnell, H., 4, 5, 6
Green, T. H., 163n.
Grodzins, M., 19n., 55
Gross, B. M., 153, 176n., 199n.
Guetzkow, H., 143n.
Gulick, L., 66n., 67n., 83n., 102n., 124, 142n., 143n., 149
Gurin, G., 6n., 12, 14
Hale, M. O., 207n.
Hamilton, Alexander, 100n., 216n.
Hegel, 314
Herring, E. P., 155n., 221
Hitler, Adolph, 277-279
Hobbes, 108, 202, 259, 262-264, 323
Hofstadter, R., 155n.
Holcombe, A. N., 4n.
Hoover, Herbert, 8n., 125, 126, 264
Hutcheson, Joseph C., 156
Huxley, A., 294, 295, 299
Jaffa, H. V., 118n.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • I - Voting Studies 1
  • Contents 2
  • Appendix. the American Voter 58
  • II - The Science Of Administration Herbert A. Simon 63
  • Contents 64
  • III - The Group Approach Arthur F. Bentley 151
  • Contents 152
  • IV - Scientific Propaganda Harold D. Lasswell 225
  • Contents 226
  • V- An Epilogue 305
  • Index of Names 329
  • Index of Names 331
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