Counting Like a State: The Politics of Intergovernmental Partnerships in the 2020 Census
Philip Rocco analyzes variation in state and local government investments in the implementation of the 2020 census. He argues that census investments depend on the salience of the 2020 count to public officials, the governing coalition’s partisan identities and incentives, and the availability of subnational institutional capacity for census operations.
Power Politics: Trump and the Assault on American Democracy, Darrell M. West Reviewed by Philip Rocco
The Affordable Care Act: At the Nexus of Politics and Policy, James M. Brasfield Reviewed by Philip Rocco
The Mutual Housing Experiment: New Deal Communities for the Urban Middle Class, Kristin M. Szylvian Reviewed by Philip Rocco
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