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Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

2013

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Full-Text Articles in Political Science

Robert D. Kaplan: The Revenge Of Geography Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson Dec 2013

Robert D. Kaplan: The Revenge Of Geography Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson

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John R. Visser: The Crossroads Of Poverty And Prosperity Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson Dec 2013

John R. Visser: The Crossroads Of Poverty And Prosperity Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson

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Kenneth Minogue: Politics: A Very Short Introduction Study Guide, 1996-2012, Steven A. Samson Jul 2013

Kenneth Minogue: Politics: A Very Short Introduction Study Guide, 1996-2012, Steven A. Samson

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Wayne Cristaudo: Wisdom And Mastery In Shakespeare’S The Tempest Study Guide, 2013, Steven A. Samson Jun 2013

Wayne Cristaudo: Wisdom And Mastery In Shakespeare’S The Tempest Study Guide, 2013, Steven A. Samson

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Political Theory, Romanian American University, Syllabus, Steven A. Samson Jun 2013

Political Theory, Romanian American University, Syllabus, Steven A. Samson

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Robert D. Kaplan: The Revenge Of Geography Study Guide, 2013, Steven A. Samson Feb 2013

Robert D. Kaplan: The Revenge Of Geography Study Guide, 2013, Steven A. Samson

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No abstract provided.


Government Regulation: From Independence To Dependency, Part One, Steven Alan Samson Jan 2013

Government Regulation: From Independence To Dependency, Part One, Steven Alan Samson

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What Robert Bellah calls "expressive individualism" has led to unprecedented social legislation in America and expanded government employment since the 1960s, helping to produce a generous supply of public services, policy entrepreneurs, and clientele groups. The legal scholar Lawrence M Friedman notes that "the right to be 'oneself,' to choose oneself, is placed in a special and privileged position." As a consequence, "achievement is defined in subjective, personal terms, rather than in objective, social terms." When the claims of expressive individualism are considered in tandem with the increasing reach of the modern social service state, a case may be made ...


Alan Ryan: On Politics, Book One Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson Jan 2013

Alan Ryan: On Politics, Book One Study Guide, 2013, Steven Alan Samson

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