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The United States and Canada : how two democracies differ and why it matters /
edited by Paul J. Quirk.
imprint
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
description
xii, 359 pages.
ISBN
0190870826, 0190870834, 9780190870829, 9780190870836
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imprint
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
isbn
0190870826
0190870834
9780190870829
9780190870836
contents note
Introduction / Paul J. Quirk -- An undivided continent? : re-examining the political culture of Canadians and Americans / Russell Dalton -- Electoral and party systems / Andre Blais, Shaun Bowler, Bernard Grofman -- Executive leadership and the legislative process / Jonathan Malloy, Paul Quirk -- Bureaucratic influence and policymaking / John McAndrews, Bert Rockman, Colin Campbell -- Federalism / Richard Simeon, Beryl Radin -- Economic policy : growth, stabilization and distribution / William Keech, William Scarth -- Environmental policy : climate change / Kathryn Harrison -- Morality issues : abortion and gay rights / Gary Mucciaroni, Francesca Scala -- Health care in Canada and the United States / Theodore Marmor, Antonia Maioni -- Managing diversity : civil rights and immigration / Irene Bloemraad, Doris Marie Provine -- National and regional outcomes : violence, inequality, and participation / Keith Banting, Jack Nagel, Chelsea Schafer, Daniel Westlake -- Lessons of comparison : institutions and governance / Paul Quirk.
catalogue key
12855703
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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