Education policy provides a fertile ground for analyzing the perennial tug-of-war between interest groups and public officials. Baumgartner considers thirty examples of French education policymaking during the early 1980s using a combination of documentary evidence, interviews with more than 100 politicians, civil servants, members of parliament, union and interest group leaders, and a thorough analysis of press coverage of education topics.aquot;$50 Billion Needed for Bridge Repair, Congress Is Told by Federal Agency.aquot; New York Times, 12 April. aquot;Travail, Merite, Talent: Un Entretien avec le ... Walker , Jack L . 1 966 . aquot;A Critique of the Elitist Theory of Democracy . a#39; a#39; American Politicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conflict and Rhetoric in French Policymaking|
|Author||:||Frank R. Baumgartner|
|Publisher||:||University of Pittsburgh Pre - 1989-09-15|