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The future catches up : selected writings of Ralph M. Goldman

by Ralph Morris Goldman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595240461, Paperback)

Professor Goldman has contributed articles and books in divers fields of political science. This is a partial collection of his principal published and unpublished journal articles as well as brief references to his principal books.Goldmans concern for the pathology of war is dealt with in several articles and books noted in this volume. From Warfare to Party Politics reveals the dynamics of a critical transition from civil war to nonviolent political party competition. His theory of conflict processes draws from sociology. His other books and articles relate to arms control, peacekeeping, and the institutional development of the United Nations.

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