American Social Science

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Hoffmann, Stanley.

An American Social Science

Hoffmann, Stanley., (1987) "An American Social Science" from Hoffmann, Stanley, Janus and Minerva : essays in the theory and practice of international politics pp.3-24, Boulder: Westview Press ©

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