Seymour Martin Lipset

Seymour Martin Lipset is Virginia E. Hazel and John T. Hazel, Jr., Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, a Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, and a Senior Scholar of the Susan and David Wilstein Institute for Jewish Policy Studies.

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Cover: Jews and the New American SceneJews and the New American SceneLipset, Seymour Martin
Raab, Earl
E-DITION03/23/1995$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Latin American University Students: A Six Nation StudyLatin American University Students: A Six Nation StudyLiebman, Arthur
Walker, Kenneth F.
Glazer, Myron
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