5 edition of The future of U.S. politics in an age of economic limits found in the catalog.
The future of U.S. politics in an age of economic limits
Bruce M. Shefrin
|Statement||Bruce M. Shefrin.|
|Series||A Westview special study|
|LC Classifications||HC106.7 .S365|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||79026575|
Political economy must cover the great questions of social stabilization—of preserving and reviving the welfare state—which touch deeply on inequality and on the future of nation-states and international unions, as in Europe. It must address the paramount issues of resource depletion and climate change, and the pressing requirements of. Ok I will try to predict the future based on each of these intervals plus the very near future. I won’t take into account any economic changes since these are too hard to predict (except direct results from societal changes or technological advanc.
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politics in an age of economic limits. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, This study of the future of U.S. politics begins with an in-depth examination of the political, social, and economic dynamics of the present.
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