The Urban Underclass and the Poverty Paradox
Paul E. Peterson discusses four different theories using the concept of underclass to explain poverty in the United States and summarizes the empirical evidence with respect to each of them. He is critical of some aspects of the recent major work on the urban underclass, William Julius Wilson's The Truly Disadvantaged.
The President's Dominance in Foreign Policy Making, Paul E. Peterson
The Rise and Fall of Special Interest Politics, Paul E. Peterson
The New Politics of Deficits, Paul E. Peterson
Neighborhood Organization and Interest-Group Processes, David J. O'Brien Reviewed by Paul E. Peterson
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