The Uneasy Partnership (Google eBook)

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Russell Sage Foundation, 1969 - Political Science - 416 pages
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This comprehensive workórelevant to the major issue of the relation of social knowledge to political poweróargues for strengthening the role of the social sciences in the federal government. It calls for a central organization for the social sciences and for better integration of research within the federal agencies. It underscores the various factors that might help to bring about this goal.

  

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Contents

KNOWLEDGE AND GOVERNMENT
1
THE SHAPING OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
17
THE NEW DEAL
50
THE SECOND WORLD WAR
80
THE COMMON DEFENSE
124
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
170
SOCIAL CHANGE
216
FEDERAL POLICY
265
Extracts from A Review of Findings by
313
Summary of Memoranda on the Research
325
Strengthening the Behavioral Sciences State
349
Summary and Recommendations in
371
INDEX
387
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About the author (1969)

GENE M. LYONS is professor of government at Dartmouth College.

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