Ten Things Political Scientists Know that You Don't

  title={Ten Things Political Scientists Know that You Don't},
  author={H. Noel},
  journal={The Forum},
  • H. Noel
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • The Forum
  • Many political scientists would like journalists and political practitioners to take political science more seriously, and many are beginning to pay attention. This paper outlines ten things that political science scholarship has learned that are at odds with much of the conventional wisdom of American politics. 
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