Old Age and Political Behavior: A Case Study

Schultz, Edwin B.
October 1960
ILR Review;Oct60, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p154
Book Review
This article reviews the book "Old Age and Political Behavior: A Case Study," by Frank A. Pinner, Paul Jacobs and Philip Selznick.


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