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Gabriel Abraham Almond
Princeton University Press; First Edition edition (September 1, 1954)
Politics & Government
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The Politics of the Developing Areas. Gabriel A. Almond and James S. Coleman, Eds. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. 1960.

Gabriel Abraham Almond, (born January 12, 1911, Rock Island, Illinois, . died December 25, 2002, Pacific Grove, California), American political scientist noted for his comparative studies of political systems and his analysis of political development. Almond received a P. from the University of Chicago in 1938 and taught at Brooklyn College from 1939 to 1946, except during his service in the . Office of War Information (1942–45)

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Gabriel Abraham Almond (January 12, 1911 – December 25, 2002) was an American political scientist best known for his pioneering work on comparative politics, political development, and political culture. Almond was born on January 12, 1911, in Rock Island, Illinois, the son of Russian-Jewish and Ukrainian-Jewish immigrants, raised "in a strict orthodox Jewish home. He attended the University of Chicago, both as an undergraduate and as a graduate student, and worked with Harold Lasswell.

This study, based on an extensive program of interviewing former American, British, French, and Italian Communists, provides many answers to these questions and gives a convincing insight into the motivations, tensions, and loyalties of Party members. First, the book examines Communist literature (the Lenin and Stalin classics and current Party media) to see what the Communists themselves expect of their movement. Then it shows whether this ideal is realized by the people who have "been through it." The final sections, which follow the interviews closely, reveal what actually happens to people when they join, while they are in the Party, and after they leave.

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