Decentralization of Control in U.S. Nuclear Energy Policy
Christian Joppke examines some trends toward decentralized control in United States nuclear energy policy. He suggests that the conflict-oriented and fragmented American polity cannot provide the stable environment required for the successful implementation of a highly complex and inflexible technology.
Dividing Lines: The Politics of Immigration Control in America, Daniel J. Tichenor Reviewed by Christian Joppke
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