Politics in States and Communities is distinguished by its focus on politics, its comparative approach, its concern with thorough explanation, its interest in policy, and its focus on conflicts in states and communities and the structures and processes designed to manage conflict.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Politics in States and Communities
Chapter 2. Democracy and Constitutionalism in the States
Chapter 3. States, Communities, and American Federalism
Chapter 4. Participation in State Politics
Chapter 5. Parties and Campaigns in the States
Chapter 6. Legislators in State Politics
Chapter 7. Governors in State Politics
Chapter 8. Bureaucratic Politics in States and Communities
Chapter 9. Courts, Crime, and Correctional Policy
Chapter 10. Governing America’s Communities
Chapter 11. Participation in Community Politics
Chapter 12. Metropolitics: Conflict in the Metropolis
Chapter 13. Community Power, Land Use, & The Environment
Chapter 14. The Politics of Taxation and Finance
Chapter 15. Politics and Civil Rights
Chapter 16. The Politics of Education
Chapter 17. The Politics of Poverty, Welfare, and Health
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