Developments in American Politics 3

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Developments in American Politics 3

Gillian Peele Christopher J. Bailey Bruce Cain B. Guy Peters Editors

CHATHAM HOUSE PUBLISHERS

SEVEN BRIDGES PRESS, LLC

NEW YORK · LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • List of Contributors xiii
  • List of Tables, Figures and Maps xv
  • List of Abbreviations and Acronyms xvii
  • 1 - Introduction: The United States in the 1990s 1
  • Part One - THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK 17
  • 2 - The Presidency 19
  • 3: Congress and Partisan Change 42
  • 4: The Supreme Court and the Constitution 71
  • 5 - The Federal Bureaucracy 97
  • 6 - The Changing Federal System 114
  • Part Two - DYNAMICS 135
  • 7: Political Parties 137
  • 8: Organized Interests in National Politics 162
  • 9 - Electoral Politics 183
  • Part Three - PUBLIC POLICY 209
  • 10: Economic Policy 211
  • 11: Social Policy 230
  • 12 - Foreign Policy 252
  • PART FOUR: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES 275
  • 13 - Education Policy 277
  • 14 - Affirmative Action and the Politics of Race 292
  • 15: Campaign-finance Reform 307
  • 16: The Regional City 320
  • 17: The Media and US Politics 337
  • Part Five - AMERICAN POLITICS AT THE CENTURY'S END: AN OVERVIEW 355
  • 18 - The American Political System in Transition to a New Century 357
  • Guide to Further Reading 383
  • Bibliography 387
  • Index 412
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