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The Politics of General Practice

Skills and Politics: General and Specific

The General Rejection? Political Disengagement, Disaffected Democrats and ‘Doing Politics’ Differently

The General Warrant in Intellectual and Political Perspective, 1642–1700

The General Policlinic Vienna: Between Science, Ethnicity and Politics

‘It’s Politics, Stupid!’ The Spanish General Election of 20041

A General Assessment of Hobbes’s Political Philosophy

John W. Malsberger. The General and the Politician: Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and American Politics.

REPRESENTATION WITHOUT REVOLUTION: POLITICAL REPRESENTATION AS DEFINED IN THE GENERAL CAHIERS DE DOLÉANCES OF 1789

Victorian: A Weekly Journal of Politics, Literature, Irish and Catholic Intelligence, Colonial, Foreign and General Information

Measuring Political Tolerance and General Support for Pro–Civil Liberties Policies Notes, Evidence, and Cautions

Common Sense in Shanghai: the General Chamber of Commerce and Political Legitimacy in Republican China

The General and the Politician: Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and American Politics

Victorian: A Weekly Journal of Politics, Literature, Irish and Catholic Intelligence, Colonial, Foreign and General Information

Democracy, Self, and the Problem of the General Will in Nineteenth-Century French Political Thought

Political Communication and Social TheoryPolitical Communication in Britain: The Leader Debates, The Campaign and The Media in the 2010 General Election

SPIERS, Ronald Ian (born 1925), consultant on international affairs, since 1992; Under-Secretary-General, Department of Political and General Assembly Affairs and Secretariat Services, United Nations, 1989–92

“General, I Have Fought Just as Many Nuclear Wars as You Have”: Forecasts, Future Scenarios, and the Politics of Armageddon

 

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Especially in the Civil War, one appointed more on the basis of political affiliations than through military distinction.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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