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The Uses of Comparative Sociology
(1965) by Stanislav Andreski
Parasitism and Subversion
(1966) by Stanislav Andreski
The Case of Latin America
The African Predicament
(1969) by Stanislav Andreski
A Study in the Pathology of Modernisation
by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 74-75
Herbert Spencer: Structure, Function and Evolution
(1971) by Stanislav Andreski
Social Sciences as Sorcery
(1972) by Stanislav Andreski
The Essential Comte
(1974) by Stanislav Andreski
by Stanislaw L. Andreski, pp. 290-305
On Socialist Democracy, by Roy A. Medvedev
On Socialist Democracy
by Roy A. Medvedev
The American Scholar
Arms & the Man
by Stanislaw Andreski, pp. 47-50 -
On War, by Carl von Clausewitz, Michael Eliot Howard, Peter Paret, ...
Society, Bureaucrats and Businessmen
by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 112-126
"The Syphilitic Shock"
by Stanislaw Andreski, pp. 76-81 -
The Syphilitic Shock
by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 7-26 -
A New Explanation of the Witch-Burnings
The Appeal of Totalitarian Ideas
by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 73-74 -
Impulse to Revolution in Latin America, by Jeffrey W. Barrett
Impulse to Revolution in Latin America
by Jeffrey W. Barrett
Religion, Science & Morality
by Stanislav Andreski, pp. 62-65 -
Syphilis, Puritanism and Witch Hunts
(1989) by Stanislav Andreski
Historical Explanations in the Light of Medicine and Psychoanalysis with a Forec...
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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