viii, 364 pages : frontispiece (portrait) ; 22 cm
Formatted Contents Note
pt. I. Westel Woodbury Willoughby and American political science: Westel Woodbury Willoughby: an evaluation of his contribution to political science, by J. W. Garner. Presentation of Willoughby portrait, by James Hart. pt. II. Public administration: The science of public administration, by W. F. Willoughby. Democracy and administrative organization, by A. C. Millspaugh. pt. III. Political theory: The paradox of representative government, by H. W. Stoke. Political parties and the public interest, by E. P. Herring. From geopolitik to political relativism, by Johannes Mattern. pt. IV. The scientific method in politics and law: Scientific method and the future of political science, by M. E. Dimock. A scientific approach to the study of law, by W. W. Cook. pt. V. Constitutional and administrative law: The saga of Blackstone v. Miller: a study in multiple state taxation, by Leon Sachs. Bankruptcy as a subject of administrative jurisdiction, by Albert L...
Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins press, 1937.