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How to Compare Nations
Strategies in Comparative Politics

Second Edition

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Comparative Politics

January 1990 | 216 pages | CQ Press
&BAD:quot;In How to Compare Nations, Dogan and Pelassy have constructed a succinct and unconventional guide to the conduct of comparative analysis and the construction of social science theory. It should be required reading for all first-year graduate students; its use at the undergraduate level would be a sign of educational professionalism.&BAD:quot;&BAD:ndash; American Political Science Review

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