Politics, Power and Policy Making: Case of Health Care Reform in the 1990s: Case of Health Care Reform in the 1990s
Tracking the issues of healthcare reform through the tumultous 1990s, this work opens a window on the changing dynamics of American politics from the Clinton inauguration in January 1993 through the Republican revolution of 1995 and the 1996 presidential race.
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Presidential Leadership and Policy Making
The Republicans Take Control
Critique of Interest Groups
6The Role of the Mass Media in the Policy Process
Public Opinion and Health Care Policy
Politics Power and Policy Making
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