Capturing both successes and failures, Routing the Opposition focuses on strategies that transform social movements and guide the development of public policy, revealing what happens when the different organizational cultures of activists and public policy makers interact. Contributors: Edwin Amenta, Lee Ann Banaszak, Frank R. Baumgartner, Ryken Grattet, Mrill Ingram, Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Christine Mahoney, John D. McCarthy, Suzanne Mettler, Ellen Reese.
Subjects: Political Science
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