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This a report about the importance and usefulness of political science majors to the Peace Corps. It is written from the point of view of a "Mr. Bradford, presently completing his degree in political science at Swarthmore College, [who] prepared this report during the past summer when he worked as a summer staff intern at Peace Corps/Washington." -- [p.1] He writes on their usefulness in roles in community development, as teachers, in cooperatives, and in future endeavors.
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Bradford, William A. and Peace Corps (U.S), "Students of Government and Political Science in the Peace Corps" (1966). Miscellaneous/Other Documents. 5.