A Study of Citizen Involvement in the American Political Structure: A Work SIP at Common Cause
Hahn, William E.
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The establishment of Common Cause, some argue, helps to build much needed credibility in our government. Termed by many as a "watch-dog" group, Common Cause ultimately strives for an open and accountable government in its endeavors. Gardner believed that many pressures of modern civilizations have been placed upon government. It is his opinion that a successful and effective governing body must be able to adapt to these changes but are generally reluctant.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.