Studies in Government and Public Policy

Studies in Government and Public Policy


Broadly conceived, this series encompasses significant works of scholarship that examine the complex of political institutions, laws, and customs through which the function of governing is carried out, and how public affairs are managed and conducted.

For more information about the series, please contact David Congdon, Acquisitions Editor: dcongdon@ku.edu.


Studies in Government and Public Policy - Series

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Defending Congress and the Constitution

Louis Fisher

September 2011
374 pages

Democracy, Bureaucracy, and Character

Founding Thought

William D. Richardson

April 1997
216 pages

Democratic Delusions

The Initiative Process in America

Richard J. Ellis

February 2002
272 pages

The Democratic State

Edited by Roger Benjamin and Stephen L. Elkin

April 1985
288 pages

Developing Interests

Organizational Change and the Politics of Advocacy

McGee Young

February 2010
230 pages

Diplomacy, War, and Technology since 1830

Maurice Pearton

July 1984
288 pages

Empowering the White House

Governance under Nixon, Ford, and Carter

Karen M. Hult and Charles E. Walcott

April 2004
272 pages

Enforcing Civil Rights

Race Discrimination and the Department of Justice

Brian K. Landsberg

April 1997
288 pages

Environment, Inc.

From Grassroots to Beltway

Christopher J. Bosso

April 2005
208 pages

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