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Edited by Crotty, William J.; By Conway, M. Margaret; Owen, Diana; Dennis, Jack
In this wide-ranging assessment of democracy in America today, fifteen scholars of American politics chart the strengths and weaknesses of the nation's democratic mechanisms and outline the challenges that lie ahead.
By Hayes, Michael T.
In this text Hayes offers a vigorous defence of incrementalism, which, he argues, is one result of a checks-and-balances system in which US politicians may disagree over what the US wants to achieve as a nation or what policies would best achieve shared goals.
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By Mundo, Philip A.
In our increasingly interconnected world, U.S. trade policy stands at the intersection of foreign and domestic affairs. This volume explains trade policy in terms of domestic politics, presenting an account of its origins and political significance.
By Cohen, Edward S.
An analysis of the impact of globalization on United States domestic politics. Cohen demonstrates that globalization is both the cause and the result of a new relationship between the government, corporations and citizens within the United States.
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