Table of contents for Political science in history : research programs and political traditions / edited by James Farr, John S. Dryzek, Stephen T. Leonard.


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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 politics and African-American politics Hanes Walton, Jr., Cheryl M. Miller, and Joseph P. McCormick, 2nd
7. Realism in international relations Jack Donnelly
8. Remembering the revolution: behavioralism in American political science James Farr
9. Policy analysis and public life: the restoration of phronesis? Douglas Torgerson
10. The development of the spatial theory of elections John Ferejohn
11. Studying institutions: some lessons from the rational choice approach Kenneth A. Shepsle
12. Order and time in institutional study: a brief for the historical approach Karen Orren and Stephen Skowronek
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Political science United States History, Political science Research United States History