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Political science has had a continuing debate over the need for, and existence of, a paradigm for the discipline. This paper examines the potential utility of governance as an organizing framework for political science, and especially comparative politics. While there are a number of questions about this approach there are also a number of positive contributions that governance can make to political science. In particular, it returns the fundamental question of governing to the center of thedoi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199560530.013.0002 fatcat:oqdf4gawxjdahfzsjq4frnsddu