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Access versus Influence

Have been on one of my periodic reading binges, this time on social movements and networks. And on ‘agentic deadlock’, which I will discuss shortly (from a wonderful paper by a Keele PhD candidate). For now though, this one has … Continue reading

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Elephants don’t tapdance

This has been sitting on my desktop for yonks: REINVENTING GOVERNMENT: THE POLICY ADOPTION AND DIFFUSION GAME by Dr. Allen Bronson Brierly Associate Professor Political Science Department University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0404 319-273-6194 ABSTRACT A great deal … Continue reading

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