## Mathematical Applications in Political Science, Volume 6John Miller Claunch, Joseph L. Bernd Vols. for 1964 contains papers presented at the Conference on Mathematical Applications in Political Science; 1965- consists chiefly of papers presented at institutes held at Southern Methodist University, 1965 and at Virginia Polytechnis Institute, 1966, 1968- |

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### Contents

Introduction James F Herndon and Joseph L bernd | 1 |

Tables | 12 |

A General Theory of the Calculus of Voting Richard D | 32 |

Copyright | |

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