This comprehensive work-relevant to the major issue of the relation of social knowledge to political power-argues for strengthening the role of the social sciences in the federal government. It calls for a central organization for the social sciences and for better integration of research within the federal agencies. It underscores the various factors that might help to bring about this goal.
Subjects: Political Science, Sociology
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