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Largely notes for and rough drafts of the revised edition of Sabine's chief work, A History of Political Theory; supplemented by four books with underlining and marginal comments: A Treastise of Human Nature; After Utopia; Critique of Pure Reason; and What Is to Be Done. Includes reprints, book reviews, and examinations and other material pertaining to his professional life; a scrapbook (1900-1905) on his student days at Cornell; notes and correspondence concerning the publication of the diary of Cornell's first president, Andrew Dickson White; and genealogical papers on the Sabine family. Administrative and professional correspondence, and drafts and copies of Sabine's book reviews. Includes correspondence concerning Sabine's participation in the American Political Science Association. Correspondents include George Boas, Arthur C. Cole, Arthur H. Cole, Gustavus Watts Cunningham, Edmund Ezra Day, Dixon Ryan Fox, Ludwig F. Freund, George H. Gallup, Milton R. Konvitz, Harold J. Laski, Glenn R. Morrow, Frank Thilly, Charles M. Wiltse, and Carl F. Wittke.

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