Cozy Politics: Political Parties, Campaign Finance, and Compromised Governance
Public Affairs and Administration
Cozy politics, Peter Kobrak contends, is shredding the already fragile fabric of political rapport between citizens and their government. Exploring the insidious system that encourages elected officials to cooperate with their supposed opponents - rather than with their own constituents - he reveals the enormous power that wealthy donors and interest-group supporters wield over politicians, congressional decision makers, and agency agendas.
Lynne Rienner Publishers
Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Citation for published book
Kobrak, Peter. Cozy Politics : Political Parties, Campaign Finance, and Compromised Governance / Peter Kobrak. 2002. Print.
Kobrak, Peter, "Cozy Politics: Political Parties, Campaign Finance, and Compromised Governance" (2002). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 480.