Publications of the Social Science Department, 1963-1970

by Wendy D. Cooper, Doris Corbin


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A listing with abstracts of 15 Rand Reports, 93 Rand Memoranda, and 264 Papers written by 115 members of the Rand Social Science Department from January 1963 through December 1970. Subject and author indexes are included, and there is a separate, unannotated listing of 43 books in the social sciences that have resulted from Rand research since the department's inception in 1948. Full information on the availability of the publications is given, and a listing of the Rand deposit libraries throughout the world is included. (For a list of department publications from 1948 to 1966, see RM-3600/3.)

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