The Poverty Of American Politics: A Theoretical Interpretation
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The Poverty Of American Politics: A Theoretical Interpretation

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In this classic analysis, H. Mark Roelofs challenges America's complacency about its political system. Maintaining that the American political system is not working well enough to inspire confidence that it can meet the challenges of our time, he attributes that failure not to its practitioners but to its very design.

He sees the system as split between its legitimizing se...more
Paperback, First Edition, 276 pages
Published 1992 by Temple University Press
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