Permalien Courriel Export
Livre imprimé
Liberty and coercion : the paradox of American government from the founding to the present
Auteur
Éditeur Princeton University Press
Année 2015, cop. 2015
Exemplaires
Notices liées
Notice détaillée
Auteur
Titre
Liberty and coercion : the paradox of American government from the founding to the present
Éditeur
Description
1 vol. (XIII-452 pages) ; 25 cm
Notes
Notes bibliogr. Index
Sujets
Classification Dewey
320.473
Contenu
A liberal state emerges, 1780-1840 ; The states and their police power, 1790s-1920s ; An improvisational liberal state, 1860-1920 ; World War I : crisis and resurgence ; Money, parties, and extra-constitutional government, 1830-1930 ; From populism to the iron triangle : building the agricultural state, 1880-1940 ; From Gilded Age strikes to the treaty of Detroit : the challenge of labor, 1880-1960 ; Leviathan rising, 1945-1970 ; Breaking the power of the states, 1960-1980 ; Leviathan besieged, 1980-2015 ; A liberal central state emerges ; The states and their police power ; Strategies of liberal rule ; Lessons of total war ; Parties, money, corruption ; Agrarian protest and the new liberal state ; Reconfiguring labor-capital relations ; An era of near-permanent war ; Breaking the power of the states ; Conservative revolt
ISBN
978-0-691-16294-2
0-691-16294-8
Origine de la notice
Abes (SUDOC)
 

inMedia v4.4