Clinton and the Economy: The Paradox of Policy Success and Political Mishap
M. Stephen Weatherford and Lorraine M. McDonnell discuss the formulation and congressional conflict over President Clinton's economic program during the new administration's first year, arguing that the success of presidential initiatives cannot be adequately evaluated without considering changes in national politics over the last two decades.
A Time of Turmoil: Values and Voting in the 1970s, Ronald R. Stockton and Frank Whelon Wayman
Reviewed by M. Stephen Weatherford
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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