Political Science and Presidential Nominations
Leon D. Epstein reviews selected generalizations that political scientists have developed about presidential nominations. He concludes that while the changing and uncertain circumstances of these nominations often preclude rigorous scientific propositions, cautious scholarship in this field is usefully contributing to our understanding of the nominating process.
Blair's Britain, Stephen Driver and Luke Martell Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein
SDP: The Birth, Life, and Death of the Social Democratic Party, Anthony King and Ivor Crewe Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein
The Disenchanted Isle: Mrs. Thatcher's Capitalist Revolution, Charles Dellheim Reviewed by Leon D. Epstein
Conflict of Loyalty, Geoffrey Howe Reviewed by Leon D. Epsteinmore by this author
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