Chain Reaction: The Impact of Race, Rights, and Taxes on American Politics
They have come to intersect with an entire range of domestic issues, from welfare policy to suburban zoning practices. In an explosive chain reaction, a new conservative voting majority has replaced the once-dominant Democratic presidential coalition, and a new polarization has pitted major segments of society against one another. How did this massive power shift occur? Thomas Byrne Edsall of The Washington Post and Mary D. Edsall provide answers in this compelling analysis, cited by Newsweek as "one of the book[s] that shape[d] the debate" in the 1992 presidential campaign.
Where Does the Money Go?: Your Guided Tour to the Federal Budget Crisis (Guided Tour of the Economy)
From the editors of the award-winning nonpartisan Web site Public Agenda Online comes this irreverent and...