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Politics, pressures and the tariff
Elmer Eric Schattschneider
|LC Classifications||HF1756 .S38 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The semisovereign people, Politics, pressures and the tariff, Party government, Local political surveys, The struggle for party government, Two hundred million Americans in search of a government, Political parties and Written works: Semisovereign People. To manage pressures is to govern; to let pressures run wild is to abdicate.' These are phrases of advocacy. But as an empirical political scientist, democratic philos-opher, academic innovator, political commen-tator, and theorist of change, Schattschneider 7E. E. Schattschneider, rev. of American Business and Public Policy by Raymond Bauer.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Prentice-Hall, New York, in series: Prentice-Hall political science series. The author holds, quite rightly, that the tariff is a political as well as an economic problem. By studying the tariff revision of he shows how the tariff is actually made, especially how interested groups carry through their political action.
The work is well-documented and constitutes a. Get this from a library. Politics, pressures and the tariff; a study of free private enterprise in pressure politics, as shown in the revision of the tariff.
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Title: Politics, Pressures, and the Tariff Politics and people Politics and people: the ordeal of self-government. Politics, pressures and the tariff. By E. Schattschneider. New York, Prentice‐Hall, inc., pp. $ Politics, pressures and the tariff: a study of free private enterprise in pressure politics, as shown in the revision of the tariff Elmer Eric Schattschneider Prentice-Hall, inc., - Political Science.
Kaplan has also teamed up with Thomas W. Ryley in an earlier book on the history of tariff policy, Prelude to Trade Wars, which does a good job at describing the politics of trade policy without being dry. The book is especially good at explaining the background of the.
Schattschneider's books include Politics, Pressures and the Tariff (), Party Government (), The Struggle for Party Government, (), Equilibrium and Change in American Politics (), The Semisovereign People: A Realist's View of Democracy in America (), and Two Hundred Million Americans in Search of a Government ().Alma mater: University of Wisconsin, University.
See Schattschneider, Politics, Pressures and the Tariff; Bauer, Pool, and Dexter, American Business and Public Policy; Lowi, “American Business, Public Policy, Case Studies, and Political Theory”; McKeown, Timothy J., “ Firms and Tariff Regime Change,” World Politics 36 (01 ), pp.
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trade barriers. But if the author wrongly concluded that the tariff was “politically invincible,” he was right on target in his depiction of the root 1. Schattschneider, Politics, Pressures and the Tariff(New York: Prentice-Hall, ), Chapter 5/24/05 AM Page 3.
In political science, and particularly in the literature on the politics of trade, the idea is tracked to E. Schattschneider’s book on the Smoot-Hawley Tariff: Politics, Pressures and the Tariff: A Study of Free Private Enterprise in Pressure Politics, as Shown in.
Trump pressures Mexico on illegal immigration with tariffs The president says a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports will take effect J throwing in doubt the passage of the USMCA trade. Pressure politics generally refers to political action which relies heavily on the use of mass media and mass communications to persuade politicians that the public wants or demands a particular action.
However, it commonly includes intimidation, threats, and other covert techniques as well. The use of pressure, intimidation and manipulation has existed for millennia.
TARIFF POLITICSA tariff, or schedule of custom duties on goods, generally serves one of three purposes: raising government revenue, protecting domestic production, or attempting to persuade foreign countries to change specific policies.
Tariff policy in the early Republic was a particularly divisive issue, highlighting the nation's diversity of philosophies and interests and, in some cases. In political science, and particularly in the literature on the politics of trade, the idea is tracked to E.
Schattschneider’s book on the Smoot-Hawley Tariff: Politics, Pressures and the Tariff: A Study of Free Private Enterprise in Pressure Politics, as Shown in the Revision of the Tariff.
Reviewed by William A. Niskanen | In the political scientist E. Schattschneider observed that 'new policies create a new politics' (Politics, Pressures and the Tariff.
New York: Prentice-Hall,p. A new policy creates or broadens the political support for. Buy Politics, Pressures And The Tariff: A Study Of Free Private Enterprise In Pressure Politics, As Shown In The Revision Of The Tariff by Schattschneider Ee (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The scheme for national politics which is presented in this article is an adaptation of the national “arenas of power” discussed in a book now in preparation. 15 Their study is of further interest because they are dealing with a type of policy which made a transition from one of my “arenas” to another between and Cited by: Politics under pressure The first of these pressures, inevitably, is the inexorable growth of the professional and centralised publicity machine run by the political parties.
In his book Author: Guardian Staff.Abstract. The field of political economy has long produced theoretically informed empirical research on the politics of international trade. For example, few books have enjoyed a better reputation than E.
E. Schattschneider’s classic study of the Smoot–Hawley Tariff (Politics, Pressures, and the Tariff).