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This edited volume presents an integrated comparative examination of the political systems of the United States and Canada-with special attention to the effects of political institutions, and their interaction with political values and other factors, in policymaking. It explores, in particular, the differences between the American presidential (or separation-of-powers) system and the Canadian parliamentary system. It also considers a number of further institutionaldifferences-concerning federalism, bureaucratic leadership, judicial definitions of citizens' rights, and others.

Produktbeschreibung
This edited volume presents an integrated comparative examination of the political systems of the United States and Canada-with special attention to the effects of political institutions, and their interaction with political values and other factors, in policymaking. It explores, in particular, the differences between the American presidential (or separation-of-powers) system and the Canadian parliamentary system. It also considers a number of further institutionaldifferences-concerning federalism, bureaucratic leadership, judicial definitions of citizens' rights, and others.
Autorenporträt
Paul J. Quirk is Phil Lind Chair in U.S. Politics and Representation at the University of British Columbia. He is the author of Industry Influence in Federal Regulatory Agencies, The Politics of Deregulation, and Deliberative Choices: Debating Public Policy in Congress