, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp 65-78
Date: 28 Jan 2014

Watching the Watchers: The Neglect of Academic Analysis of Progressive Groups

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The question about the effects of political scientific bias is not yet settled, but evidence of the existence of this bias continues to emerge.

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