Lecture notes for Government 146, c. 1940.

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Lecture notes for Government 146, c. 1940.

Typewritten lecture notes given in Government 146, c. 1940. Oral student reports by Kenneth Young (AB 1939, AM in 1942), Alexander Boker (PhD 1943), Allen Gottlieb, James O'Donnell (AB 1939, AM 1941), Alexander Elder, George Kahin (SB 1940), and George Mellor are included in the notes. The notes were taken by secretary Mrs. Carol Bunton.

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