Politics by Other Means: Politicians, Prosecutors, and the Press from Watergate to Whitewater

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This text investigates the long-term significance of the rise of the politics of scandal and the decline of electoral competition in America. It argues that as long as scandals dominate the political agenda, voters are put off by the political process and the government's effectiveness is weakened. Media revelations and judicial investigations ...

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