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Political leadership in industrialized societies

Political leadership in industrialized societies

studies in comparative analysis

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Published by Wiley in New York, London .
Written in English


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StatementLewis J. Edinger, editor.
ContributionsEdinger, Lewis J. 1922-
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The Concept of Political Leadership: An Analysis* LEON DION Universite Laval Political leadership represents but one of the many categories of leadership, and it is a most elusive one at that. To understand it, we must probe the general concept of leadership-unfortunately one of the many uncertain categories in social science.


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