Philip E. Converse

Philip E. Converse is Robert Cooley Angell Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and Political Science, University of Michigan.

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Cover: Political Representation in FrancePolitical Representation in FranceConverse, Philip E.
Pierce, Roy
E-DITION06/30/1986$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: American Social Attitudes Data Sourcebook, 1947–1978American Social Attitudes Data Sourcebook, 1947–1978Converse, Philip E.
Dotson, Jean D.
Hoag, Wendy J.
McGee, III, William H.
SPIRAL BOUND05/19/1980$73.50Currently unavailable
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