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In this article, the writer studies the book "Boomerang" by Theda Skocpol that looks at failure of President Bill Clinton's health care reform effort of 1993-94. The writer discuss the issue, thesis and methodology used by Skocpol in the book. The quality of the evidence and the argument itself is assessed and finally, the overall value of the book is discussed.
From the Paper:"In 'Boomerang', Theda Skocpol, analyzes the failure of President Bill Clinton's health care reform effort of 1993-94, and links this failure to historical trends, broad political movements, as well as to the actions of the executive and legislative institutions involved. This book is significant for the linkages made and for its level of analysis."
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Review: Bomerang (2006, December 01) Retrieved September 29, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/review-bomerang-130689/
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