Political Science in History: Research Programs and Political Traditions

@article{Seidelman1997PoliticalSI,
  title={Political Science in History: Research Programs and Political Traditions},
  author={Raymond M. Seidelman and J. Farr and J. Dryzek and Stephen T. Leonard},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary History},
  year={1997},
  volume={27},
  pages={730}
}
Editor's introduction 1. The declination of the state and the origins of American pluralism John G. Gunnell 2. An ambivalent alliance: political science and American democracy Terence Ball 3. The pedagogical purposes of a political science Stephen T. Leonard 4. Public opinion in modern political science J. A. W. Gunn 5. Disciplining Darwin: biology in the history of political science John S. Dryzek and David Schlosberg 6. Race and political science: the dual traditions of race relations… Expand
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