ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Without two talented and caring people, this book would not have happened. Based on lectures at the City University of New York, the book was enthusiastically and kindly initiated and supported by Ruth O'Brien of CUNY and my editor, Brigitta van Rheinberg of Princeton University Press, now its editor-in-chief. Their help was invaluable. Peter Dougherty, Princeton University Press Director, was a constant supporter of the book as well. Again, many thanks. Two researchers in particular, Jason Harle and Nikolaos Papanikolaou, provided material and insights well beyond what was demanded of them. They deserve more than casual mention. Thanks also to the highly competent editorial and publicity staff of Princeton for their enthusiasm and professionalism. And sincere thanks also to two anonymous reviewers, as well as Brigitta van Rheinberg, whose diligent and good-faith comments were critical to the final outcome of this book.

Personal thanks must also go to my wife, Kim Baker, for her many insights, careful reading, and persistent encouragement. I would also like to thank Edward M. Kennedy, the senior senator from Massachusetts, for a lesson learned when I worked with him. America is a work in progress. It is not a finished product.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Part I - Government and Change in America 1
  • Part II - How Much We Have Changed 65
  • Part III - What to Do 125
  • Notes 177
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