American Governance: Politics, Policy, and Public Law
The American Governance series provides a home for readable, rigorous, and refreshing new work by emerging and established scholars of American politics. Topics that launch the series include studies of the internal politics of civil rights organizations, what competitiveness in elections contributes to American democracy, the rise of workfare since the 1970s, and the development since Reconstruction of marriage as a political and politically contested institution. The series is open to all methodological persuasions in the study of American politics.
Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
Harriman Professor of Government and Public Policy, College of William and Mary
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