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- Winner of Winner, 1998 Gladys M. Kammerer Award (American Po.
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Gender and Federalism in New Deal Public Policy
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"Mettler's analysis of the political and institutional aspects of New Deal public policy adds a useful perspective to studies of gender and the welfare state.... A fascinating, finely detailed piece of research written in an accessible style for specialists and generalists alike." * Law and History Review * "Mettler's book is interesting and would be well read by anyone interested in New Deal political economy." * Journal of Economic History * "Politically astute, theoretically sophisticated, and historically informed." * American Studies Journal * "In this impressively researched book, Mettler offers a fresh twist, applying the lens of gender to often-studied labor and social welfare programs." * Choice * "Students of social policy will find much that is valuable in Mettler's book." * The Journal of American History *
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Suzanne Mettler is Assistant Professor of Political Science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.