3 edition of Principles of political science and government found in the catalog.
Principles of political science and government
|Other titles||Political science and government|
|Statement||by Biman Behari Majumdar.|
|Series||SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 08317.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm BUL-ENG-150 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 562, xiii p.|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||96909106|
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This book concentrates on the changes in demographic, political, economic, and social-that contribute to the configuration of contemporary Texas politics. Political Theory and Political Science* - Volume 60 Issue 4 - Gabriel A.
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This book is based on a course of lectures regularly delivered in the University of Cambridge during the latter years of my tenure of the Chair of Political Science. (The course was last delivered in the academic year ). Each of these chapters focuses on a particular political institution, issue, or research area of political science; that is, political regimes, democratic forms of government, elections, referenda and initiatives (direct democracy), parties and party systems, mass media, interest groups and social movements, legislatures, government and public.
BOOK III. THE ART OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. CHAPTER I. Chapter 1. The Art of Political Economy, as here treated, consists mainly of the theory of what ought to be done by government to improve Production or Distribution, and to provide for governmental expenditure. CHAPTER II. THE SYSTEM OF NATURAL LIBERTY CONSIDERED IN RELATION TO PRODUCTION.
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This article throws light upon the three political ideas of Cicero. The political ideas are: 1. Concept of Natural Equality 3. The body of Cicero’s political philosophy is composed of three related elements— a belief in natural law, natural equality and the state as natural to man.
“Cicero’s true importance in the history of political. B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE References: 1. J.C. Johari – “Principles of Modern Political Science”, Sterling Publishers PVT. Ltd., New Delhi, 2.
Perter Harris, “Foundations of Political Science”, Oxford University Press 3. Amal Ray and Mohit Bhattacharya – “Political Theory: Institutions and Ideas” - The World Press Private Ltd File Size: KB.