Congressional Politics and Urban Aid: A 1978 Postscript
Demetrios Caraley examines congressional voting on urban aid issues in 1977 and concludes that, contrary to what some policy makers have claimed, support for pro-urban programs did exist in the 95th Congress and was primarily dependent not on the number of "urban" constituencies, but on the size of the Democratic majority and the willingness of President Carter to mobilize it. Caraley also shows the extent to which snowbelt vs. sunbelt voting cleavages replaced more traditional ones.
Dismantling the Federal Safety Net: Fictions Versus Realities, Demetrios Caraley
American Presidential Democracy: Discussion, Demetrios Caraley
Editor's Introduction, Demetrios Caraley
Washington Abandons the Cities, Demetrios Caraley
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