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by Donald L Robinson

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ISBN:
0813309352
Author:
Donald L Robinson
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Westview Press; 1 edition (September 20, 1989)
Pages:
204 pages
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1140 kb
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1943 kb
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1773 kb
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This book is a primer for debate about the fitness of the American political system as it moves toward the .

This book is a primer for debate about the fitness of the American political system as it moves toward the twenty-first century. It focuses on structural matters: the electoral process, the major institutions of the federal government and how they interact, and what we can do when they perform ineffectively or abuse their powers.

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Donald Leonard Robinson, American Social scientist, educator Government for the Third American Century (Is American government ready for the twenty-first century.

Donald Leonard Robinson, American Social scientist, educator. Rockefeller Brothers fellow, 1958-1959; Kent fellow, 1962-1966; Project '87 fellow, 1980; fellow Center for Study Democratic Institutions, 1971; Phi BetaKappa visiting scholar, 1988-1989; recipient Anisfield-Wolf award, 1971. This book traces the origins of town-meeting democracy in Ashfield, a community of just under 2,000 people in the foothills of the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.

The American Century is a characterization of the period since the middle of the 20th century as being largely dominated by the United States in political, economic, and cultural terms. It is comparable to the description of the period 1815–1914 as Britain's Imperial Century. The United States' influence grew throughout the 20th century, but became especially dominant after the end of World War II, when only two superpowers remained, the United States and the Soviet Union

The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream by Thomas L. .This book put meat on the skeleton history I already had of Chicago, but it would be just as fascinating for someone with only cursory familiarity o.

Donald L. Miller is the John Henry MacCracken Professor of History at Lafayette College and author of nine books, including City of the Century: The Epic of Chicago and the Making of America, and Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America. This book put meat on the skeleton history I already had of Chicago, but it would be just as fascinating for someone with only cursory familiarity of the city as well.

Ray A. Moore and Donald L. Robinson convincingly show that . The external imposition of a constitution does not automatically translate into a constitutional democracy of the kind Japan has enjoyed for the past half-century. Robinson convincingly show that the country's affirmation of democracy was neither cynical nor merely tactical. What made Japan different was that Japan and the United States-represented in Tokyo by the headstrong and deeply conservative General Douglas MacArthur-worked out a genuine partnership, navigating skillfully among die-hard defenders of the emperor, Japanese communists, and America's opinionated erstwhile allies.

Is American government ready for the twenty-first century? Can a system built on an eighteenth-century Constitution meet challenges like the budget deficit, trade imbalances, drugs, nuclear weapons, and environmental degradation?