“Patriotic Partnerships: Why Great Wars Nourished American Civic Voluntarism”

@inproceedings{Katznelson2002PatrioticPW,
  title={“Patriotic Partnerships: Why Great Wars Nourished American Civic Voluntarism”},
  author={I. Katznelson and T. Skocpol and Ziad W. Munson and Andrew Karch and B. Camp},
  year={2002}
}
  • I. Katznelson, T. Skocpol, +2 authors B. Camp
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • 31 Citations

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