Sam Brownback was the first modern-day conservative to be elected governor of Kansas, the culmination of a rightward shift in the state's often-dominant Republican Party. This book is a detailed case study of the policies implemented over his two terms as governor, paying particular attention to the impact on state government and services, the economy, public education, and the business environment. The authors provide extensive background, historical evidence, and detailed references. The book's real-world relevance is grounded in a discussion of similar policies in other states as well as the US federal government.
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Michael A. Smith (Author)
Michael A. Smith is professor of political science and chair of social sciences at Emporia State University.Robert J. Grover is retired university administrator and professor emeritus in the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia ...