A lively written, thought-provoking book which uses a clear, accessible approach to political conflict in American states and communities. It explores the what and the why behind current issues including illegal immigration, term limits, the fight against tobacco, campaign finance, sexual harassment, welfare reform, crime in the states, police and law enforcement, state correctional policies, the death penalty, abortion, affirmative action and more. This book compares the public policy and government management strategies of state and local governments, while focusing on the sources and nature of conflict. Coverage demonstrates how communities and states in America play an important role in the political life of the nation. For anyone wanting to learn more about State, Local, State and Local Government and Urban Politics.
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This text explores the inner workings of political systems by analyzing and comparing state and local perspectives on public policy and government management strategies -- with a focus on the sources and nature of conflict. At the same time, it shows clearly how states and communities in America play an important role in the political life of the nation.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 10th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130206806