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Thinking for the Body Politic


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The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. California, is one of the most distinguished of America's ' think-tanks'. Anthony King. Professor of Government at Essex University, who is spending the current academic year at the Center, chairs a special seminar on the relationship between academic study and government policy formation and on the contribution theoretical research can make to the solution of the problems of government.
Those taking part are: ROBERT HALL. Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MICHAEL HANNAN , Professor of Sociology at Stanford University: JOHN KAPLAN , Professor of Law at Stanford University: and THEODORE j. lowi. Professor of Political
Science at Cornell University. Producer ANNF . SLOMAN


Unknown: Robert Hall.
Unknown: Michael Hannan
Unknown: John Kaplan
Producer: Annf Sloman

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Thinking for the Body Politic

BBC Radio 3, 4 April 1978 22.30

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