- Title Pages
- Governing America: An Introduction
- Part I Thinking about the Field
- One Beyond the Presidential Synthesis: Reordering Political Time
- Two Clio’s Lost Tribe: Public Policy History Since 1978
- Three History and Political Science: Together Again?
- Four Rethinking the History of American Conservatism
- Five What Political Science Can Learn from the New Political History
- Part II Paying for Government: Taxes, Money, and Fiscal Restraint
- Six The Uneasy Relationship: Democracy, Taxation, and State-Building Since the New Deal
- Seven The Forgotten Legacy of the New Deal: Fiscal Conservatism and the Roosevelt Administration, 1933–1938
- Eight “Where Is the Money Coming From?”1 the Reconstruction of Social Security Finance
- Nine Paying for Medicare: Benefits, Budgets, and Wilbur Mills’s Policy Legacy
- Part III The Rules of the Game: The Politics of Process
- Ten Seeds of Cynicism: The Struggle Over Campaign Finance, 1956–1974
- Eleven Bridging State and Society: The Origins of 1970s Congressional Reform
- Twelve Without Restraint: Scandal and Politics in America
- Thirteen Seizing Power: Conservatives and Congress Since the 1970s
- Fourteen How Conservatives Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Presidential Power
- Part IV Politics and Policy: The Case of National Security
- Fifteen Congress and the Politics of Troop Withdrawal, 1966–1973
- Sixteen Détente and Domestic Politics
- Seventeen Conservatives, Carter, and the Politics of National Security
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