Reviving the American Dream: The Economy, the States & the Federal Government

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Recommended Readings

CHAPTER ONE

Dionne E. J., Jr. Why Americans Hate Politics. Simon and Schuster, 1991.

Krugman Paul. The Age of Diminished Expectations: U.S. Economic Policy in the 1990s. MIT Press, 1990.

Osborne David, and Ted Gaebler. Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit Is Transforming the Public Sector. Addison- Wesley, 1992.

Yankelovich Daniel. Coming to Public Judgment: Making Democracy Work in a Complex World. Syracuse University Press, 1991.


CHAPTER TWO

Aaron Henry J., ed. Setting National Priorities: Policy for the Nineties. Brookings, 1990.

Hormats Robert D. "The Roots of American Power," Foreign Affairs, vol. 70 (Summer 1991).

Mann Thomas E., ed. A Question of Balance: The President, the Congress, and Foreign Policy. Brookings, 1990.

Mathews Jessica Tuchman. "Redefining Security," Foreign Affairs, vol. 68 (Spring 1989).

McGuire Martin D. "The Revolution in International Security," Challenge, vol. 33 ( March-April 1990).

Moran Theodore H. "International Economics and National Security," Foreign Affairs, vol. 69 (Winter 1990-91).

Nolan Janne E. Trappings of Power: Ballistic Missiles in the Third World. Brookings, 1991.

Nye Joseph S., Jr. Bound to Lead: The Changing Nature of American Power. Basic Books, 1990.

Peterson Peter G., and James K. Sebenius. "The Primacy of the Domestic Agenda," in Graham Allison and Gregory F. Treverton, eds., Rethinking America's Security: Beyond Cold War to a New World Order. Norton, 1992.

Rivlin Alice M., David E. Jones, and Edward C. Meyer. "Beyond Alliances: Global Security through Focused Partnership". John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation, October 1990.

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  • Title Page iii
  • The Brookings Institution v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • One the Dream, the Reality, and Some Solutions 1
  • Two Federal Policy Goes Global 20
  • Three Long-Term Goals for the Economy 32
  • Four Good News and Disappointment 42
  • Five What Went Wrong and What to Do About It 65
  • Six the Evolution of American Federalism 82
  • Seven Rethinking Federalism 110
  • Eight Paying for Stronger States 126
  • Nine Social Insurance: A Federal Priority 153
  • Ten Federalism Faces New Challenges 177
  • Recommended Readings 183
  • Index 188
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