The Government Taketh Away: The Politics of Pain in the United States and Canada

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AMERICAN GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICY SERIES

Series Editor: Barry Rabe, University of Michigan

After Disaster: Agenda Setting, Public Policy, and Focusing Events Thomas Birkland

Budgeting Entitlements: The Politics of Food Stamps Ronald F. King

Collaborative Public Management: New Strategies for Local Governments Robert Agranoff and Michael McGuire

Conflict Amid Consensus in American Trade Policy Martha L. Gibson

Controlling Technocracy: Citizen Rationality and the NIMBY Syndrome Gregory E. McAvoy

Dam Politics: Restoring America’s Rivers William R. Lowry

Expert Advice for Policy Choice: Analysis and Discourse Duncan MacRae, Jr., and Dale Whittington

Federalism and Environmental Policy: Trust and the Politics of Implementation Denise Scheberle

Federalism in the Forest: National versus State Natural Resource Policy Tomas M. Koontz

Fenced Off: The Suburbanization of American Politics Juliet F. Gainsborough

From Revenue Sharing to Deficit Sharing: General Revenue Sharing and Cities Bruce A. Wallin

The Government Taketh Away: The Politics of Pain in the United States and Canada Leslie A. Pal and R. Kent Weaver, Editors

Green Politics and Global Trade: NAFTA and the Future of Environmental Politics John J. Audley

Hazardous Waste Siting and Democratic Choice Don Munton, Editor

How Governments Privatize: The Politics of Divestment in the United States and Germany Mark Cassell

Improving Governance: A New Logic for Empirical Research Laurence E. Lynn, Jr., Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Carolyn J. Hill

Justice & Nature: Kantian Philosophy, Environmental Policy, and the Law John Martin Gillroy

Lobbying Together: Interest Group Coalitions in Legislative Politics Kevin W. Hula

Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation Edward P. Weber

Policy Entrepreneurs and School Choice Michael Mintrom

The Political Economy of Special-Purpose Government Kathryn A. Foster

The Politics of Automobile Insurance Reform: Ideas, Institutions, and Public Policy in North America Edward L. Lascher, Jr.

The Politics of Ideas and the Spread of Enterprise Zones Karen Mossberger

The Politics of Unfunded Mandates: Whither Federalism? Paul L. Posner

Preserving Public Lands for the Future: The Politics of Intergenerational Goods William R. Lowry

Rethinking Health Care Policy: The New Politics of State Regulation Robert B. Hackey

Taking Aim: Target Populations and the Wars on AIDS and Drugs Mark C. Donovan

Taking the Initiative: Leadership Agendas in Congress and the “Contract with America” John B. Bader

Welfare Policymaking in the States: The Devil in Devolution Pamela Winston

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