Politics, Personality, and Social Science in the Twentieth Century: Essays in Honor of Harold D. Lasswell
edited by Arnold A. Rogow
University of Chicago Press, 1969
Cloth: 978-0-226-72399-0
Library of Congress Classification H83.P63
Dewey Decimal Classification 300

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Harold Lasswell is one of America's most distinguished political scientists, a man whose work has had enormous impact both in the United States and abroad upon not only his own field but also those of sociology, psychology and psychiatry, economics, law, anthropology, and communications.

This collection of essays is the first full-scale effort to deal with the voluminous writings of Lasswell and explore his at once charming and baffling personality which is perhaps inseparable from the inventiveness, unconventionality, and unusual scope of his work.

The authors of these essays, many of whom are former students or collaborators, view their subject from a variety of perspectives. What emerges is a full assessment of Lasswell's many-faceted contribution to the social scholarship of his time.

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