The New Politics of Deficits
Paul E. Peterson identifies the causes of the unprecedented large budget deficits experienced by the United States in recent years and analyzes the dangers this "politics of deficits" poses to the nation's political and economic stability.
The President's Dominance in Foreign Policy Making, Paul E. Peterson
The Urban Underclass and the Poverty Paradox, Paul E. Peterson
The Rise and Fall of Special Interest Politics, Paul E. Peterson
Neighborhood Organization and Interest-Group Processes, David J. O'Brien Reviewed by Paul E. Peterson
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