Federal Grants: Giving and Taking Away
Richard P. Nathan and Fred C. Doolittle present the most recent findings of their fourteen-state study of the effects of the Reagan administration's changes and cuts in federal grant-in-aid programs, relating them to research findings from the 1970s when federal aid was increasing.
Sharing the Burden: Strategies for Public and Private Long-Term Care Insurance, Joshua M. Wiener, Laurel Hixon Illston and Raymond J. Hanley Reviewed by Richard P. Nathan
Four Perspectives on Urban Hardship, Richard P. Nathan and Charles F. Adams
New Federalism, Intergovernmental Reform from Nixon to Reagan, Timothy Conlan Reviewed by Richard P. Nathan
Reagan and the Cities, George E. Peterson and Carol W. Lewis Reviewed by Richard P. Nathan
When Federalism Works, Paul E. Peterson, Barry G. Rabe and Kenneth K. Wong Reviewed by Richard P. Nathanmore by this author
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