Conradt book examines politics in Europe

David P. Conradt

A new book co-authored by David P. Conradt (Political Science), “Politics in Europe, Fifth Edition” was published by Congressional Quarterly Press in Washington, D.C. According to Dietmar Herz, chair for comparative government at the University of Erfurt in Germany, the new edition “provides a brilliant and highly readable analysis of Europe’s major powers.”

 

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