Deficits without End: Fiscal Thinking and Budget Failure in Congress
Steven E. Schier analyzes the mind sets of members of Congress that perpetuate large budget deficits. He concludes that due to the persistent program orientation of national lawmakers, only politically risky presidential leadership can forge a solution to the deficit problem.
Presidential Party Building: Dwight D. Eisenhower to George W. Bush, Daniel J. Galvin Reviewed by Steven E. Schier
Self-Inflicted Wounds: From LBJ's Guns and Butter to Reagan's Voodoo Economics, Hobart Rowen Reviewed by Steven E. Schier
The Speaker and the Budget: Leadership in the Post-Reform House of Representatives, Daniel J. Palazzolo Reviewed by Steven E. Schier
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