The American Science of Politics: Its Origins and Conditions

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INDEX
Adams, Charles Kendall, 24-5
Adams, Henry, 29-30, 228
Adams, Herbert B., 16, 24
Adams, John, 4, 6, 15, 234
Adorno, Jacob, 206-7
American History, seeHistory and Political Science
Literature, seeLiterature
Political Science, seePolitical Science
Political Science Association, founding of, 101
Political Thought, 3-11, 133-4, 141, 233 ff.; see alsoDemocracy; Progress
Legalism of, 13, 237
in Progressive Era, 73 ff.
Unity of, 5-8, 9-11, 235, 247
Revolution, seeWar of Independence.
Amherst College, 26
Anglo-Saxon Racial theories, 30, 97-9
Atomism, seeIndividualism
Authority, seePower
Bagehot, Walter, 25, 103
Bancroft, George, 29
Barnes, Harry Elmer, 39, 49-50, 65-6, 157
Beard, Charles, 75, 80, 83, 101, 111-12, 141
Behavioural Sciences, methods of, xiii-xiv
Benthamism in America, 9
Bentley, Arthur Fisher, 92, 118 ff.
Bernard, L. L., 156, 159
Biological theory, 37 ff., 56 ff., 89-90, 125; see alsoDarwinism; Spencer; Sumner; Ward
Boorstin, Daniel, 13
Bradley, F. H., on pragmatism, 89
Bryce, James, 100-1, 113-17, 171
Burgess, John W., 26-9, 97-9, 166
Bury, J. B., Idea of Progress, 39
Catlin, G. E. G., 143, 170, 189, 199n.
Chicago, 108, 135-6
School, xiv
'Trinity', 92, 159
University of, 238
Citizenship, Literature of, 8-9; see also Politics, Participation in urged
Teaching, in early Republic, 3-5, 13- 15; in post-Civil period, 23-5, 32-6
Civil Service Reform, 32-3, 76
Civil War, influence on social thought, 37-43
Cohen, Morris, 217-18
Columbia University, 16-17, 21
Commons, John R., 40, 83n.
Comte, Auguste, 169
Conant, James B., 218-19
Conservatism, 6-7, 51, 98-9, 234-5; see also'New Conservatism'
Content Analysis, 186-9
Cook, Thomas I., 111-12
Cornell University, 21
Croker, 'Boss' Richard, 33
Croly, Herbert, 77 ff.
Curti, Merle, 9n.
Darwinism, 43-8, 117, 125
Democracy, Constitutional, 245 ff. 'Direct', 76, 166-8, 238, 242 and Science, seeScience and Democracy
Dewey, John, 74, 88 ff.
Dimock, Marshal E., 239
Dunning, William A., 135-7
Easton, David, 129, 177, 192
Eaton, Dorman B., 32-3, 105n.
Ebenstein, William, xii
École Libre des Sciences Politiques, 27
Economic Theory, 178; see also Political Economy
Education, expansion after Civil War, 19-20; see alsoCitizenship

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