The transformation of the American state: The New Era-New Deal test

Lewis-Beck, M.S.; Squire, P.
February 1991
Journal of Politics;Feb91, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p106
Academic Journal
Focuses on the New Era-New Deal period to test how the American state changed during the FDR administration. Analyzes five state functions including stabilization, redistribution, regulation, police power and administration. The historical context; Theory and measurement of the state; More.


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