The Nays Have It: How Rampant Blame Generating Distorts American Policy and Politics
R. Kent Weaver examines the impact of blame generating in American politics on policymaking as well as electoral competition. He claims that pervasive blame generating narrows the range of alternatives considered by policymakers, promotes policy stalemate, and complicates implementation of controversial policies.
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