Connecticut Government at the Millennium
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Download Chapter One: State and Federal Power: Two Centuries of Tension pp. 1-23 (581 KB)
Download Chapter Two: Constitutional Development in Connecticut pp. 24-58 (955 KB)
Download Chapter Three: The Connecticut Constitution as a Safeguard for Liberty pp. 59-82 (624 KB)
Download Chapter Four: The Political Culture of Connecticut pp. 83-108 (720 KB)
Download Chapter Five: The Connecticut Two-Party System in Transition pp. 109-152 (1.1 MB)
Download Chapter Six: Special Interests at the State Capitol pp153-172 (533 KB)
Download Chapter Seven: Goverance: Three Branches Prepared for the Future pp. 173-226 (1.3 MB)
Download Conclusion, notes, index pp.227-250 (560 KB)
Connecticut Government at the Millennium offers insight into the style, character, and capacity of Connecticut's political system at the turn of the twenty-first century. Rose explores Connecticut's rich constitutional tradition the political culture of the state's citizenry, and Connecticut's system of political parties and interest groups, as well as the structure, powers, and decision-making processes of the three branches of government. Each chapter includes interviews with political practitioners, experts, and high-level government officials.
Sacred Heart University Press
Connecticut, Politics, Government, History, Constitution, Citizenship
American Politics | Political History | State and Local Government Law | United States History
Rose, Gary L., "Connecticut Government at the Millennium" (2001). Sacred Heart University Press Books. 21.