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The Resource A true third way? : domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton, Richard Himelfarb and Rosanna Perotti, editors

A true third way? : domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton, Richard Himelfarb and Rosanna Perotti, editors

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A true third way? : domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton
Title
A true third way?
Title remainder
domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton
Statement of responsibility
Richard Himelfarb and Rosanna Perotti, editors
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
During the 1992 campaign, Bill Clinton repeatedly sought to distance himself from the liberal orthodoxy that had come to define the Democratic Party's national image. Labeling himself a ""New Democrat, "" Clinton supported the death penalty, criticized racially incendiary remarks by black political activist Sister Souljah and promised to ""end welfare as we know it."" These pronouncements enabled Clinton to position himself as a moderate. In 1992, independent voters who had supported Republicans in previous elections returned to support the Democratic presidential candidate. As President, Clint
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Biography type
contains biographical information
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N$T
Dewey number
973.929092
Index
index present
LC call number
E886.2
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non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1963-
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  • Himelfarb, Richard
  • Perotti, Rosanna
Series statement
Presidency in the United States
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  • Clinton, Bill
  • United States
  • United States
  • Clinton, Bill
  • Clinton, Bill,
  • United States
  • United States
  • HISTORY
  • Political and social views
  • Politics and government
  • Social policy
  • United States
Label
A true third way? : domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton, Richard Himelfarb and Rosanna Perotti, editors
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • A TRUE THIRD WAY? DOMESTIC POLICY AND THE PRESIDENCY OF WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON; A TRUE THIRD WAY? DOMESTIC POLICY AND THE PRESIDENCY OF WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; I. THE NEW DEMOCRAT PERSPECTIVE; Chapter 1: A NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY? BILL CLINTON AS A PUBLIC PHILOSOPHER AND PARTY LEADER; THE THIRD WAY AS IDEOLOGY; A NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY?; CONCLUSION: WHY CLINTON FAILED TO CHANGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY; ENDNOTES; Chapter 2: COMPLEX MAN, COMPLEX LEGACY; II. DOMESTIC ECONOMIC POLICY
  • Chapter 3: PRESIDENT CLINTON'S ECONOMIC POLICY AND APPROACH TO DECISION-MAKINGIII. TRADE POLICY; Chapter 4: ADAPTING TO A CHANGING GLOBAL ECONOMY; IV. ANTITRUST AND BUSINESS REGULATION; Chapter 5: ANTITRUST AND BUSINESS REGULATION: THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION'S "NEW DEMOCRAT"APPROACH TO ANTITRUST POLICY; INTRODUCTION TO ANTITRUST LAW AND POLICY; THE PRINCIPAL ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS; CARTELS AND PRICE-FIXING; MONOPOLIZATION AND MICROSOFT; MERGER MANIA; THE CLINTON ANTITRUST LEGACY; ENDNOTES; V. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
  • Chapter 6: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION: PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP IN TURBULENT TIMESNORMAL ACCIDENT THEORY AND THE THEORY OF HIGH RELIABILITY ORGANIZATIONS; THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION AND Y2K; LESSONS FOR FUTURE ADMINISTRATIONS; THE WEB EMERGES; EXPANDING THE USE OF THE WORLD WIDE WEB; DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH; ENDNOTES; VI. CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES; Chapter 7: "THE FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT"? BILL CLINTON AND CIVIL RIGHTS; HISTORICAL CONTEXT; EARLY RECORD; ADDRESSING THE LEGACY OF RACISM; CLINTON'S VISION; ENDNOTES
  • Chapter 8: PRESIDENT CLINTON'S OUTREACH TO AFRICAN AMERICANSINTRODUCTION; VII. GUN CONTROL; Chapter 9: CLINTON AND GUN CONTROL: BOON OR BANE?; THE BRADY LAW; THE ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN; THE POST-COLUMBINE REACTION; THE GUN ISSUE AND CLINTON'S LEGACY; ENDNOTES; VIII. WELFARE REFORM; Chapter 10: WELFARE REFORM: IS THE PAST PROLOGUE?; ENDNOTES; Chapter 11: WHAT THIRD WAY? CLINTON, NEW DEMOCRATS AND SOCIAL POLICY REFORM; DEFINING THE THIRD WAY; HEALTH CARE; WELFARE REFORM; CONCLUSION; ENDNOTES; Chapter 12: WHAT CLINTON ACTUALLY DID IN WELFARE REFORM
  • Chapter 13: ENDING WELFARE AS WE KNOW IT WAS CLINTON'S IDEAIX. HEALTH CARE REFORM; Chapter 14: FALSE PROMISES: LESSONS FROM THREE HEALTH CARE REFORM CATASTROPHES; THE MEDICARE CATASTROPHIC COVERAGE ACT OF 1988 (MCCA); THE CLINTON HEALTH SECURITY PLAN, 1993-1994; THE REPUBLICAN MEDICARE REFORM PLAN, 1995-1996; CONCLUSION; ENDNOTES; Chapter 15: THE POLITICS OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE: UNDERSTANDING THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION'S TROUBLED EFFORT AT COMPREHENSIVE REFORM; HISTORY: LESSON OR LAMENTATION?; THE CLINTON REFORM EFFORT REVISITED; THE CRITICAL FACTORS OF DEMISE
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1 online resource.
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Isbn
9781631176289
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rdamedia
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  • c
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(OCoLC)883125424
Label
A true third way? : domestic policy and the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton, Richard Himelfarb and Rosanna Perotti, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A TRUE THIRD WAY? DOMESTIC POLICY AND THE PRESIDENCY OF WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON; A TRUE THIRD WAY? DOMESTIC POLICY AND THE PRESIDENCY OF WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; I. THE NEW DEMOCRAT PERSPECTIVE; Chapter 1: A NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY? BILL CLINTON AS A PUBLIC PHILOSOPHER AND PARTY LEADER; THE THIRD WAY AS IDEOLOGY; A NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY?; CONCLUSION: WHY CLINTON FAILED TO CHANGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY; ENDNOTES; Chapter 2: COMPLEX MAN, COMPLEX LEGACY; II. DOMESTIC ECONOMIC POLICY
  • Chapter 3: PRESIDENT CLINTON'S ECONOMIC POLICY AND APPROACH TO DECISION-MAKINGIII. TRADE POLICY; Chapter 4: ADAPTING TO A CHANGING GLOBAL ECONOMY; IV. ANTITRUST AND BUSINESS REGULATION; Chapter 5: ANTITRUST AND BUSINESS REGULATION: THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION'S "NEW DEMOCRAT"APPROACH TO ANTITRUST POLICY; INTRODUCTION TO ANTITRUST LAW AND POLICY; THE PRINCIPAL ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS; CARTELS AND PRICE-FIXING; MONOPOLIZATION AND MICROSOFT; MERGER MANIA; THE CLINTON ANTITRUST LEGACY; ENDNOTES; V. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
  • Chapter 6: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION: PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP IN TURBULENT TIMESNORMAL ACCIDENT THEORY AND THE THEORY OF HIGH RELIABILITY ORGANIZATIONS; THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION AND Y2K; LESSONS FOR FUTURE ADMINISTRATIONS; THE WEB EMERGES; EXPANDING THE USE OF THE WORLD WIDE WEB; DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH; ENDNOTES; VI. CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES; Chapter 7: "THE FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT"? BILL CLINTON AND CIVIL RIGHTS; HISTORICAL CONTEXT; EARLY RECORD; ADDRESSING THE LEGACY OF RACISM; CLINTON'S VISION; ENDNOTES
  • Chapter 8: PRESIDENT CLINTON'S OUTREACH TO AFRICAN AMERICANSINTRODUCTION; VII. GUN CONTROL; Chapter 9: CLINTON AND GUN CONTROL: BOON OR BANE?; THE BRADY LAW; THE ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN; THE POST-COLUMBINE REACTION; THE GUN ISSUE AND CLINTON'S LEGACY; ENDNOTES; VIII. WELFARE REFORM; Chapter 10: WELFARE REFORM: IS THE PAST PROLOGUE?; ENDNOTES; Chapter 11: WHAT THIRD WAY? CLINTON, NEW DEMOCRATS AND SOCIAL POLICY REFORM; DEFINING THE THIRD WAY; HEALTH CARE; WELFARE REFORM; CONCLUSION; ENDNOTES; Chapter 12: WHAT CLINTON ACTUALLY DID IN WELFARE REFORM
  • Chapter 13: ENDING WELFARE AS WE KNOW IT WAS CLINTON'S IDEAIX. HEALTH CARE REFORM; Chapter 14: FALSE PROMISES: LESSONS FROM THREE HEALTH CARE REFORM CATASTROPHES; THE MEDICARE CATASTROPHIC COVERAGE ACT OF 1988 (MCCA); THE CLINTON HEALTH SECURITY PLAN, 1993-1994; THE REPUBLICAN MEDICARE REFORM PLAN, 1995-1996; CONCLUSION; ENDNOTES; Chapter 15: THE POLITICS OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE: UNDERSTANDING THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION'S TROUBLED EFFORT AT COMPREHENSIVE REFORM; HISTORY: LESSON OR LAMENTATION?; THE CLINTON REFORM EFFORT REVISITED; THE CRITICAL FACTORS OF DEMISE
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883125424
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781631176289
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)883125424

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