“Reading the book may touch something inside of the reader which could trigger a need to become more active politically, and in turn, the self-motivation could inspire the specifics for action for a practical program.”
West Coast Review of Books
Without a new focus on action, political science will remain sterile; and without a more human politics, citizens will remain misinformed, apathetic, helpless. Political Action is controversial because it challenges the profession of political science. It suggests a paradigm shift which is important for allied social science disciplines as well. For political strategists it provides the methodological tool of political action propositions, which allow a careful calculation of the effects of alternative strategies.
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