American Democracy also benefits from specialization, for each author wrote his chapter in his special fields of research and interests. Keefe authored the chapters on American politics, the Constitution, federalism, the political parties, interest groups, the media, and Congress. Abraham analyzed civil rights, civil liberties, and the judiciary. Flanigan contributed his expertise on political participation, public opinion and ideology, and voting behavior. Jones described domestic policy growth, policy processes, and policy issues. Ogul appraised the presidency, executive-legislative relations, and the bureaucracy. Finally, Spanier addressed today’s foreign policy issues.
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