Can It Happen Here

Author: Cass R. Sunstein
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062696211
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A small class of wealthy donors has disproportionate control over the Republican
policy agenda. The influence of the donor class over that agenda is the best
explanation of developments in Congress. What are the deeper causes of
constitutional rot? There are four interlocking features, which we might call the
Four Horsemen of Constitutional Rot: (1) political polarization; (2) loss of trust in
government; (3) increasing economic inequality; and (4) policy disasters, a term
coined by ...

Sociological Abstracts

Author: Leo P. Chall
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Leo P. Chall. Changing Income Inequality in the Second Half of the 20th Century:
Preliminary Findings and Propositions for Explanations: SA131S4 The City of Evil
and the Great Outdoors: The Modem Health Movement and the Urban Young,
1918-40; SA13927 A Culture of Consolation? Rethinking Politics in Working-
Class London, 1870-1914; SA11944 THE CULTURE OF CONTROL: CRIME
Regional Origin ...

Information Bulletin

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THE SITUATION IN IRAN The reactionary rulers in the Islamic Republic, having
abandoned the aims of the anti-imperialist popular revolution, have forced on the
people inequality and police terror. ... the continuation of the capitalist system and
a dependent single-crop economy; — religious despotism in the form of
legislative, executive and judicial power concentrated in the single hands along
with the "wellaite fachich" principle (an Islamic constitution provision entitling the
country's ...

Niles Weekly Register

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Very few, scarcely any, individuals had command of wealth and credit competent
to the formation of such establishments. They were formed therefore, in the truly
republican institution of joint stock companies, of i. every class of the community
may share in the benefit, proportionably to their means and their resources—the
poor, even the feeblest and most helpless of the poor, females and children, by
constant moderate labor and remunerating wages—the widow and the orphan, ...