By: William R Lowry
Assesses and examines the responsiveness and innovation of state governments in the area of air and pollution control policies.
An original and informative analysis of comparative state environmental policy, and in particular the conditions for innovative state leadership in this policy area. Lowry anchors his work well in the scholarly literature, and he contributes to that literature in many important ways. - Michael Kraft, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay "Lowry's book marks an important step forward in helping us understand the complexity of federal-state relationships. " - Bradford S. Jones, Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy "The theoretical framework of The Dimensions of Federalism provides exciting material for scholars who wish to assess the impact of federalism on various state policy decisions." - Patricia McGee Crotty, Publius
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