This widely acclaimed study of political power in a metropolitan community portrays the political system in its entirety and in balance-and retains much of the drama, the excitement, and the special style of New York City. It discusses the stakes and rules of the city's politics, and the individuals, groups, and official agencies influencing government action.
Subjects: Political Science, Sociology
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