Presidential Power: Restoring The Balance
Theodore J. Lowi analyzes the powers of the American presidency and proposes reforms that would both strengthen that office and made it more accountable.
Presidential Democracy in America: Toward the Homogenized Regime, Theodore J. Lowi
The Welfare State: Ethical Foundations and Constitutional Remedies, Theodore J. Lowi
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