American Journal of Political Science
Work data:ISSN: 1540-5907
Type of work: Journal
Categories:Politics and Political Science
The American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), published four times each year, is one of the most widely-read political science journals in the United States. AJPS is a general journal of political science open to all members of the profession and to all areas of the discipline of political science.
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