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Michael E. Kraft
"Turmoil in American Public Policy offers a refreshingly different take on the study of public policy with its unique and timely focus on the complex role of science in the contemporary environmental policy process. This highly readable text draws from the authors' personal interviews with scientists over a twenty-year period as well as an extensive literature on public policymaking to illustrate the issues with clarity and force. The result is a distinctive and insightful study of the science-policy linkage in environmental policymaking that should appeal to both undergraduate and graduate students."
— Michael E. Kraft, Professor of Political Science and the Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and author of Environmental Policy and Politics , 4th Edition, Pearson, 2006, and co-editor of Environmental Policy: New Directions for the Twenty-First Century , 7th Edition, CQ Press, 2010.