Law and Public Office-Holding: a study comparing jpolitical and non-political lawyers. A thesis presented to the faculty &c &c

Ithaca: Cornell University Graduate School, September 1966. xii, 214p., standard leaves printed recto cased into black cloth boards cover-titled gilt. Clean and sound, a very good copy. Cohen has much resort to Rosenberg's personality-profiling system; at random: " large communities where lawyers are more free to decide whether they want to participate in politics, a particular personality type, known as compliant, is likely to be disproportionately recruited into elective public office" (p.167).

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