Dust-Up: Asbestos Litigation and the Failure of Commonsense Policy Reform

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In an era of polarization, narrow party majorities, and increasing use of supermajority requirements in the Senate, policy entrepreneurs must find ways to reach across the aisle and build bipartisan coalitions in Congress. One such coalition-building strategy is the "politics of efficiency," or reform that is aimed at eliminating waste from existing policies and programs. After all, reducing inefficiency promises to reduce costs without cutting benefits, which should appeal to members of both political parties, especially ...

Dust-Up: Asbestos Litigation and the Failure of Commonsense Policy Reform 2015, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9781589017665

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