Power Plays: Critical Events in the Institutionalization of the Tennessee Valley Authority
SUNY Press, 1997 M01 1 - 367 pages
Identifies the importance of New Deal conflicts, policy networks politics, and ruthless domination as critical events in the creation and early development of the Tennessee Valley Authority.
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Tennessee Valley Authority As a Contingent Event
Genesis The Roots of Tennessee Valley Authority
The Tennessee Valley Authority Act
Public Interest Conflicts
Tennessee Valley Authority As a Microcosm of Society
Power Pooling and Reappointment
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