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The need to develop specific proposals as a basis for formal participation ensures the most important policy decisions in rulemaking are often made before notice-and-comment requirements come to bear. Although informal stakeholder participation in the development of proposed rules is common, it...
When intercultural tensions flare up, governments typically must engage the conflict one way or another. This article questions the possible role of government in transforming these difficult social—cultural—political conflicts into democratic moments. Three theoretical approaches to...
This article analyzes U.S. vulnerabilities to state crimes against democracy (SCADs). SCADs are actions or inactions by government insiders intended to manipulate democratic processes and undermine popular sovereignty. Watergate and Iran—Contra are well-known examples of SCADs involving top...
This study assesses the extent to which welfare recipients engage in giving money and time to charitable causes. Using the 2003 Center on Philanthropy Panel Study data, this study examines the effects of public assistance—holding constant earned income and demographic traits—on two major...
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