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Rethinking the Silences of Social and Economic Policy
Ira Katznelson analyzes how the language of politics and public policy develops and changes at key moments of choice and possibility.  He stresses how in understanding the evolution of policy, certain issues on which policy was "silent" must also be looked at.

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