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The Walter Clinton Jackson essays in the social sciences, by members of the faculty of the Woman's college of the University of North Carolina, edited by Vera Largent.

Author/Creator:
University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Woman's College.
Publication:
Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina press, 1942.
Format/Description:
Book
xi, 245 p. incl. tables. 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Jackson, Walter Clinton, 1879-.
Social sciences.
Contents:
Introduction, by Vera Largent.
A rich cargo, by Harriet Elliott.
The definition of the general will, by J. A. Clark.
Scientific method & democratic procedure, by Elizabeth Duffy.
Psychology, social science, & democracy, by W. P. Chase.
Napoleon & Hitler: new order & grand design, by E. E. Pfaff.
Impressment during the American revolution, by Elizabeth Cometti.
The colonial status of the South, by B. B. Kendrick.
Garner versus Kitchin: a study of craft & statecraft, by A. M. Arnett.
The economic future of the southeast, by A. S. Keister.
Twentieth century South-wide civic & lay organizations for human welfare, by Lyda G. Shivers.
Earth & man: the European heritage, by Edna Arundel.
Notes:
"Published upon the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Woman's college of the University of North Carolina."
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. [233]-245.
Contributor:
Largent, Vera Ione.
OCLC:
1963761