Pivotal Policies in Delaware: From Desegregation to Deregulation, and: Battleground New Jersey: Vanderbilt, Hague, and Their Fight for Justice, and: Pennsylvania Elections

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Kenneth J. Heineman


Students of politics must contend with an inescapable irony: American democracy requires an electorate actively engaged with the making of policy, but most citizens, regardless of the era, hate politics. Then again, perhaps it is not ironic. As the old adage goes, you may like sausage, but you do not necessarily want to see how it is made. Dining on Middle Atlantic politics is not for those with delicate digestive systems.

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