The Democratic Deficit in America
ROBERT F. DURANT argues that a "democratic deficit" in America lies at the heart of this nation's distressing descent into what he describes as "anomic democracy" over the past two decades. He chronicles the paradoxical consequences of the democratic deficit in one of this nation's most costly, complex and controversial policy arenas: the Environmental Protection Agency's decisions about risks to public health, safety, and the environment.
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