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Hi all: A couple of months ago I asked if anyone had suggestions on a good and inexpensive into to comparative politics book I could use in an undergraduate research methods. My model is the old Bill and Hardgrave COMPARATIVE POLITICS: THE QUEST FOR THEORY. I am still looking for suggestions and would appreciate recommendations. Thank you. -- David Schultz, Professor Editor, Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE) Hamline University Department of Political Science 1536 Hewitt Ave MS B 1805 St. Paul, Minnesota 55104 651.523.2858 (voice) 651.523.3170 (fax) http://davidschultz.efoliomn.com/ http://works.bepress.com/david_schultz/ http://schultzstake.blogspot.com/ Twitter: @ProfDSchultz My latest book: Election Law and Democratic Theory, Ashgate Publishing http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754675433 FacultyRow SuperProfessor, 2012, 2013 -- --