Development of Political Science in the Twentieth Century 1976-1978


Development of Political Science in the Twentieth Century 1976-1978

In the interview, Charles S. Hyneman discusses the evolution of the political science discipline in the twentieth century, curriculum development, and Indiana state politics. Also discussed are Hyneman's careers in the academic field and the United States War Department, and his tenure as president of the American Political Science Association.

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