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The Political Science Reviewer
Intercollegiate Studies Institute Books, August 2011
The Political Science Reviewer is a beacon in the often-murky world of professional political science journals. Unencumbered by any of the reigning orthodoxies, the PSR welcomes the evidence of empirical study, but upholds the primacy of theoretical understanding. The PSR is an annual journal featuring essay-length reviews of classic and contemporary studies in law and politics, as well as examinations of leading political science textbooks. Each review provides in-depth evaluation without a narrow, over-specialized focus.
The Political Science Reviewer is published once each year, usually in the month of August.
A Symposium on American Constitutionalism
The Presidency: A Realistic Reappraisal
George W. Carey
The Con-Federal Constitution of the United States: A Review of John C. Calhoun and the Confederation Thesis
Did the Seventeenth Amendment Repeal Federalism?
A Symposium on Religion & Politics
Thoughts on Our Protestant Legacy
David Walsh’s Anamnesis of Modernity: A Preface to a Preface
John von Heyking
The American Religion in Decline: Five Views
The Protestant Revolution in Theology, Law, and Community
Christopher Dawson on Conservatism (1932)
Supplement and Corrections to “The Strauss-Voegelin Correspondence”
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