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Power & Choice: An Introduction to Political Science
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Cross-Level Inference, The Research Process in Political Science, The Craft of Political Research, Power & Choice: An Introduction to Political Science, Theory-Building and Data Analysis in the Social Sciences, Introduction to Political Science: Poli 101, Political Science for Introduction to Comparative Politics Political Science 100 R. William Liddle The Ohio State University Department of Political Science, Comparative Governance (Mc Graw Hill Primis), Government Matters: American Democracy in Context, GOVERNMENTS OF THE WORLD
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