Government by the People: The Dynamics of American National Government

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Prentice-Hall, 1952 - 946 pages

Contents

E PLURIBUS UNUM
3
WHAT IS DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT?
32
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
63
THE LIVING CONSTITUTION
96
DYNAMICS OF FEDERALISM
128
The Supreme Court as Umpire of Federalism
137
Growth of the National Government
146
TOWARD A MORE PERFECT UNION
156
THE BUREAUCRATS
513
HOW CAN WE CONTROL OUR LEADERS?
550
MAKING FOREIGN POLICY
581
ADMINISTERING FOREIGN AFFAIRS
612
TO PROVIDE FOR THE COMMON DEFENSE
632
GOVERNMENT AS REGULATOR
660
GOVERNMENT AS PROMOTER
695
GOVERNMENT AS MANAGER
731

THE PEOPLES LIBERTIES
186
RIGHTS AND WRONGS
223
WHO PLAYS POLITICS?
259
THE VOICES OF THE PEOPLE
290
THE DYNAMIC ROLE OF INTEREST GROUPS
316
PARTY POLITICS AND PARTY PROBLEMS
348
APPEAL TO THE VOTERS
373
THE CONGRESSMEN 373
403
THE PRESIDENT
444
THE JUDGES
478
BIG GOVERNMENT WHAT NEXT?
769
EPILOGUECHALLENGE AND OPPORTUNITY
795
TAKING PART IN GOVERNMENT
817
BASIC DOCUMENTS
824
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES
840
FEDERAL
851
Selected Bibliography
860
INDEX
911
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