|JK9999 Abood||Search and seizure: the Fourth Amendment||1|
The influence of the Indians of Georgia's adoption of the federal constitution.
The career Foreign Service: some problems resulting from the report of the 1954 Public Committee on Personnel.
Executive policy and the St. Lawrence Project.
|JK9999 Albright||The personnel of federal judges since 1900.||1|
|JK9999 Alulis||The new liberalism of Alexis de Tocqueville /||1|
|JK9999 Anastaplo||Notes on the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States.||1|
Politics distilled : prohibitionists, moral reform, and the American party system, 1869-1933 /
How realignments happen : mobilization and the creation of a Democratic majority, 1928-1936 /
The tariff as a factor in the Liberal Republican movement.
A study of centralization in the state of Illinois
|JK9999 Andrews||The role of Congress in national defense policy; an examination of Defense Department appropriations, 1953-1954.||1|
|JK9999 Arneson||The constitution of Minnesota.||1|
|JK9999 Ashby||The Federal administration, 1865 to 1877.||1|
|JK9999 Atkinson||The overthrow of the reconstruction regime in Arkansas.||1|
|JK9999 Baar||When judges lobby : Congress and court administration.||1|
The constitutional beginnings of Kentucky.
Municipal pension funds in Chicago
|JK9999 Baisden||The major political decisions in the New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1947||1|
|JK9999 Balitzer||James Wilson's natural law teaching.||1|
On constitutional meaning.
On the rule of non-delegation.
Chief Justice Taney and the problem of state rights.
The civil serice activities of Willima Dudley Foulke
|JK9999 Bartlett||Land issues in the rise of the Republican party in Illinois.||1|
|JK9999 Bass||The veto power of the President : its theory and practice.||1|
|JK9999 Batson||Measuring the effectiveness of personnel administration in state and local government.||1|
|JK9999 Baughman||Common ground : jurisdictional politics in the U.S. House of Representatives /||1|
|JK9999 Becker||The Pinckney plan for the federal constitution.||1|
|JK9999 Beldon||History of the woman suffrage movement in Illinois.||1|
|JK9999 Belinsky||Problems of service rating: some considerations concerning the evaluation of psychological qualities by verbal methods with reference to the special requirements of public personnel administration.||1|
|JK9999 Belknap||A study of senatorial voting by scale analysis.||1|
|JK9999 Belser||The Supreme Court and federal-state relationships in the United States between 1930 and 1940.||1|
|JK9999 Bendix||The public servant in a democracy : a study of the social origins and careers of higher federal administrators.||1|
|JK9999 Benson||A study of the rhetorical characteristics of the Federalist.||1|
|JK9999 Berens||Blueprint for reform: Curtis, Eaton, and Schurz||1|
|JK9999 Bernitt||The defeat of Michigan democracy in 1896.||1|
|JK9999 Bernstein||Some French reactions to the American presidential campaign of 1952.||1|
|JK9999 Bershtein||The "Bricker" movement to amend the Constitution.||1|
|JK9999 Bessette||Deliberation in Congress : a preliminary investigation /||1|
|JK9999 Beth||Church and state in American political theory.||1|
|JK9999 Bill||The meaning and background of the interstate comity of the Federal Constitution.||1|
|JK9999 Bixler||The evolution of administration in Massachusetts from 1910 to 1925||1|
|JK9999 Blustein||Voting tradition and socio-economic factors in the 1936 presidential election in Illinois.||1|
|JK9999 Boatright||Invisible politics : the ideological strategies of congressional challengers /||1|
|JK9999 Bohnert||Federal administrative analysis offices||1|
|JK9999 Bosworth||Federal administrative relations with the states and their political subdivisions, 1930-1940.||1|
|JK9999 Bourgin||Affirmative government in the early American economy, 1787-1829 : the myth of laissez-faire /||1|
|JK9999 Bowers||The Pennsylvania legislature, 1815-1860: a study of democracy at work.||1|
|JK9999 Bowman||A short history of woman suffrage in California.||1|
|JK9999 Bradford||The background and formation of the Republican party in Ohio, 1844-1861.||1|
|JK9999 Bridges||A city in the republic : New York and the origins of machine politics /||1|
|JK9999 Brooker||American belief systems in 1976 /||1|
|JK9999 Brown||The 1948 Progressive campaign : a scientific approach.||1|
|JK9999 Burleigh||A thing of wax : judicial review, the constitution, and constitutional law /||1|
|JK9999 Buttenwieser||The election of Jews to Congress||1|
|JK9999 Caine||A comparison of hte personnel of the Senate of the first five congresses, 1789-1799 with the last five, 1914-1924.||1|
|JK9999 Caldwell||Contributions to thought on public administration: Hamilton and Jefferson.||1|
|JK9999 Calia||The institutional origins of social policy in the American states /||1|
|JK9999 Calkins||PAC and the Democratic Party : a study of relationships between an interest group and a political party.||1|
|JK9999 Carpenter||Corporate identity and administrative capacity in executive departments, 1862-1932 /||1|
|JK9999 Carrig||The legal status of the Communist Party of the United States.||1|
|JK9999 Carroll||Intergovernmental administrative relations: a case study.||1|
|JK9999 Castleberry||The Supreme Court and international questions : 1917-1948.||1|
|JK9999 Chao||Constitutional aspects of hte treatment of Communists in the United States.||1|
|JK9999 Charnow||Federal aid with special reference to Illinois exclusive of unemployment relief and social security.||1|
The Democratic Convention of 1924: a study of sectional, religious, and ethnic conflict.
The emergence of the national nominating convention.