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Political cycles and the macroeconomy

Robert J. Franzese
2000 Journal of policy analysis and management  
Specifically, if men were the main political actors and men-really white men for much of American history-have special access to public space, then public protest by men is seen to be the sine qua non  ...  But in the case of the women's movements in the United States, or more properly said, the large-scale social action and social transformation occasioned by demands for gender equity, both scholars and  ...  The two books under review, The Gordian Knot: Political Gridlock on the Information Highway and Coordinating the Internet, are early and complementary contributions to what is sure to be an extended debate  ... 
doi:10.1002/1520-6688(200022)19:3<501::aid-pam14>3.0.co;2-5 fatcat:4tfiyixpv5gpto5iicpddibn3a