German Realpolitik and American Sociology: An Inquiry Into the Sources and Political Significance of the Sociology of Conflict
A critical history of the sociologies of conflict of Lester Ward, Albion Small, Robert Park, and Arthur Bentley all of whom fell under the influence of German sociologists who explicitly approached the study of conflict from the perspective of realpolitik.
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