Consumer Protection Policy Issues on the Congressional Agenda
Loree Bykerk and Ardith Maney look at how consumer protection policy fared under the conservative congresses of recent decades. They argue that although the congressional forum open to consumer protection issues remained stable, consumer advocates and their allies were significantly more outnumbered by producer interests than they were before the Republican takeover of the House in 1995.
Where Have All the Consumers Gone?, Loree Bykerk and Ardith Maney
Between Profit and State: Intermediate Organizations in Britain and the United States, Alan Ware Reviewed by Ardith Maney
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