People vs. Government: The Responsiveness of American Institutions

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People vs. Government: The Responsiveness of American Institutions

Edited by Leroy N. Rieselbach
Indiana University Press, 1975
374 pp. $15.00
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Some excellent essays on the presidency, Congress, the Supreme Court, the Federal bureaucracy, state and local governments, the military, and the police. The conclusions are generally bleak: institutions are responsive to special interests rather than to the general welfare and are hampered by antiquated structures.

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