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Some political phases of government ownership.

Samuel Orace Dunn

Some political phases of government ownership.

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  • Government ownership

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    Reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly, February, 1915.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[13] p.
    Number of Pages13
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    Open LibraryOL14927077M


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about government (indeed that is what some political science departments are named) and what it does. For some, politics is not necessarily associated with any single institution (or set of institutions) but refers to processes that exist in all social units   The Political Economy of Infrastructure in the UK Miguel Coelho and Vigyan Ratnoo Miguel is a Fellow at the Institute for Government.

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1 Common features. 2 Long-term causes. 3 Short-term causes. 6   Politics and the Policymaking Process 15 The Republican Party platform has become highly conservative, especially on social issues such as abortion and gay rights.

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