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It will be a long while before the insights of this book are thoroughly digested, mastered, debated and superseded by further research. In the meantime, The Washington Community will be indispensable as a guide and a challenge to serious students of American national politics.
American Political Science Review. About the Author James Sterling. Table of Contents The books listed below have been selected to provide historical and procedural background that may be helpful to researchers using the records of Congress.
They include general The Washington Community, New York: Columbia University Press, Anyone who doubts that the central government's power and reach have grown tremendously since America became independent should read the late James Sterling Young's The Washington Community, He was awarded the Bancroft Prize in for his book The Washington Community, “I think Gerald Ford was greatly underrated at the time,” said Young, who believes Ford will be most remembered for pardoning President Richard M.
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“Instead of a stable community membership, one finds a society of transients. Young, James Sterling, The Washington Community, (Columbia University Press),Bowser, Jennifer Drage, The Effects of Legislative Term Limits,The Book of the States, The Council of State Governments),pg.
; Caress, Stanley and. He won the Bancroft Prize, considered to be among the most prestigious awards in the field of American history writing, for his book, “The Washington Community, ” He is survived by his wife, anthropologist Virginia Heyer Young, two daughters and two grandchildren.
Washington Post obituary. Argues in his book The Washington Community () that turnover and rotation rates were higher in the early days of the republic because members preferred to live and exercise power in their home states.
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Published by Columbia University Press () Used. Hardcover. Young is author of The Washington Community,awarded the Bancroft Prize. He has held research appointments at the Institute of Politics of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy School of Government, the Brookings Institution, and the George Washington University.
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