Government Corporations and Managing the Public's Business
John T. Tierney examines to political calculus underlying the creation of government corporations at the national level and identifies factors affecting their ability to operate efficiently and effectively.
The Hollow Core: Private Interests in National Policy Making, Robert H. Salisbury, John P. Heinz, Edward O. Laumann and Robert D. Nelson Reviewed by John T. Tierney
Linking Citizens to Government: Interest Group Politics at Common Cause, Lawrence S. Rothenberg Reviewed by John T. Tierney
Public Opinion & Collective Action: The Boston School Desegregation Conflict, D. Garth Taylor Reviewed by John T. Tierney
TVA: Fifty Years of Grass-roots Bureaucracy, Paul K. Conkin and Erwin C. Hargrove, eds. Reviewed by John T. Tierneymore by this author
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