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The ruling class (Elementi di scienza politica). --
Imp / Ed.:
New York, NY, Estados Unidos ; Londres, Inglaterra : McGraw-Hill, c1939.
xli, 514 p. ; 24 cm.
Scholar's choice
I. Political science. -- II. The ruling class. -- III. Feudal, and bureaucratic systems. -- IV. Ruling class and social type. -- V. Juridical defense. -- VI. Suffrage and social forces. -- VII. Churches, parties, and sects. -- VIII. Revolution. -- IX. Standing armies. -- X. Parliamentarism. -- XI. Collectivism. -- XII. Theory of the ruling class. -- XIII. Types of political organization. -- XIV. Evolution of political organization. -- XV. Principles and tendencies in ruling classes. -- XVI. Ruling class and individual. -- XVII. Future of representative government. --
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