Democracy and the Origins of the American Regulatory State

  title={Democracy and the Origins of the American Regulatory State},
  author={Samuel Decanio},
  • S. Decanio
  • Published 27 October 2015
  • Political Science
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The ‘Islamic’ Deployed
This Fieldnote challenges scholars of Islam and Muslims to consider how the production of knowledge on Islam and Muslims has long been, and continues to be, intimately associated with projects of
American Fair Trade: Proprietary Capitalism, Corporatism, and the 'New Competition,' 1890–1940
This manuscript is under review at Cambridge University Press. For more information, please contact me. This manuscript argues that American capitalism has taken a variety of forms and cannot simply
Bibles, Ballots, and Bills: Political Resistance to Parochial Education in 1870s Ohio
Abstract:The post-Civil War era opened a new chapter in the development of Catholic education in the United States. Seeking ways to forge stronger bonds of national unity, the Republican Party placed
Punishment And Privilege: The Politics Of Class, Crime, And Corporations In America
As the global leader in incarceration, America locks up its own citizens at a rate that dwarfs that of any other developed nation. Yet while racial minorities and the urban poor fill American prisons
The Political Economy of Pension Policy Reversal in Post-Communist Countries
Why do governments backtrack on major policy reforms? Reversals of pension privatization provide insight into why governments abandon potentially path-departing policy changes. Academics and
The Progressive Era
• History 3 (A) Analyze political issues such as ... civil service reform, and Populism. • History 3(C) Analyze social issues affecting women, [and] the Social Gospel. • History 5(A) Evaluate the