The Human Polity: A Comparative Introduction to Political Science
This brief version ofThe Human Polityoffers the same personal, engaging introduction to political science in a shorter format-ideal for professors interested in incorporating outside readings into their course. The text discusses the nature of politics and political institutions, behavior, and ideologies within a comparative framework.
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The Language of Politics
THE CONTEXT OF POLITICS
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