Politics, Power and Policy Making: Case of Health Care Reform in the 1990s: Case of Health Care Reform in the 1990s
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Politics, Power, And Policy Making Opens A Window On The Changing Dynamics Of American Politics In The Tumultuous 1990s, From The Clinton Inauguration In January 1993 Through The Republican Revolution Of 1995 And The 1996 Presidential Race. The Book Brings The Legislative Process To Life By Tracking A Single Controversial Policy Issue Through The System, Effectively Linking Public Policy Studies With The Study Of American Political Institutions. In The Classroom, This Book Transcends The Limitations Of A Bill Becomes A Law, Affording Students A More Complex Perspective On: The Domestic Policy-making Process In Action; Power Politics And The Role Of Interest Groups, The Media, And Public Opinion; The Impact Of Elections And The Apparent Shift Of Policy Initiative From The Executive Branch To Congress In November 1994; The Dynamics Of Federalism And The Devolution Revolution: How Real Is It? The Persistence Of Divided Government And Gridlock: Is This What Americans Really Want?--book Jacket. Setting The Stage -- Health Care Reform Returns To The National Agenda: The Winds Of Change -- Presidential Leadership And Policy Making -- Congress And Health Care -- Interest Groups -- The Role Of The Mass Media In The Policy Process -- Public Opinion And Health Care Policy -- Politics, Power And Policy Making. Mark E. Rushefsky, Kant Patel. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 273-296) And Index.
Author: Rushefsky, Mark E. Patel, Kant.
Publication Date: 1997-11-30T00:00:01Z
Other ISBN: 9781315284552
Other ISBN Binding: saleableprint
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