Martin B. Hickman

MARTIN B. HICKMAN is Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at B.Y.U. His book on Problems of American Foreign Policy stems from his extensive experience as a Foreign Service Officer for the Department of State.

Liberals, Conservatives, and Heretics | Hyrum Andrus, Liberalism, Conservatives, and Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 02, No. 2

Among the issues which interest and divide men, none, with perhaps the exception of religion, seems so conducive to the use of labels as politics. Each phase of American political life has had its own…

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Joseph Smith’s Presidential Platform: The Political Legacy of Joseph Smith

Articles/Essays – Volume 03, No. 3

There is a game popular among Mormons which any number can play; it is easy to learn and it requires very little equipment: it is called, “Quoting the Prophet.” To play the game all one…

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J. Reuben Clark, Jr.: Political Isolationism Revisited

Articles/Essays – Volume 07, No. 1

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