Twenty-First-Century Political Science: Politicization of a Discipline?
American Political Science Association (APSA) presidential addresses were once christened “barometers of yearning and hope” by SUNY political scientist John Gunnell (1993: 268). He might as well have referred to them as benchmarks of critique and appeal.
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