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Social Regulatory Policy Moral Controversies In American Politics

By Raymond Tatalovich, Byron W. Daynes Copyright 1989
    260 Pages
    by Routledge

    284 Pages
    by Routledge

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    In this book, the authors propose an important variant of regulation—social regulatory policy—and explain how the six moral controversies about the policy (school prayer, pornography, crime, gun control, affirmative action, and abortion) are handled by the American political system.

    Introduction -- The Beginnings of Russian Air Power, 1907–1922 -- NEP and the Industrialization to 1928 -- Soviet Aviation and Air Power under Stalin, 1928–1941 -- The Great Patriotic War, 1941–1945 -- The Development of Naval Aviation, 1908–1975 -- Soviet Civil Aviation and Modernization, 1923–1976 -- The Lessons of World War II and the Cold War -- The Soviet Strategic Air Force and Civil Defense -- Strategic Missile Forces and Cosmic Research -- Patterns in the Soviet Aircraft Industry -- The Peacetime Air Force at Home and Abroad, 1945–1976 -- Illustration Credits


    "Raymond Tatalovich, Loyola University of Chicago. Byron W. Daynes, DePauw University. Theodore J. Lowi, Cornell University."