Subgovernments as Determinants of Political Viability
Daniel McCool analyzes the changing conceptualizations of subgovernments the alliances formed among congressional committees and subcommittees, interest groups, and government agencies. He identifies the factors that affect the ability of a subgovernment to influence relevant policy and then discusses the utility of the subgovernment concept in contemporary politics.
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