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Cambria Press academic publisher Corruption American Politics

Corruption and American Politics

The 2013 APSA theme is “Power and Persuasion,” which begets the question about how power persuades individuals and organizations into actions (or inaction) that they would not have otherwise taken. Corruption and American Politics, edited by Michael A. Genovese and Victoria A. Farrar-Myers, is praised by Presidential Studies Quarterly for being “timely and fascinating” and “a handbook for those interested in gaining perspective on the appearance of and actual corruption in the American system.”

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Recommend this Cambria Press book today! There are affordable Cambria Press e-book versions of this title too.

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