Beyond the Liberal Consensus: A Political History of the United States Since 1965

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Hurst, 1994 - United States - 292 pages
Beyond the Liberal Consensus is a broad survey of the recent political history of the United States for students and others interested in contemporary America. In looking at the Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and Bush administrations, it focuses on three principal themes: changes in party politics and domestic policy; political debate over foreign affairs; and the country's shifting economic fortunes.

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