Charting trends in American public opinion about big government from the 1930s to 1989, with emphasis on the last twenty-five years, they trace how we have adapted to a growing national government. They analyze what these opinions tell us about changing themes in American political culture and document the significant differences in public opinion about big government, the positive state, and citizen's obligations.

Living with Leviathan 1990, University Press of Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700604333

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