Political Corruption -- United States
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is political corruption in the United States.
· deLeon, Peter. Thinking about Political Corruption. M.E. Sharpe, 1993.
· Garment, Suzanne. Scandal: The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics. Anchor Books, 1991.
· Lull, James, and Stephen Hinerman. Media Scandals: Morality and Desire in the Political Culture Marketplace. Columbia University Press, 1997.
· Markovits, Andrei S., and Mark Silverstein (eds.). The Politics of Scandal: Power and Process in Liberal Democracies. Holmes and Meier, 1988.
· Roberts, Robert N., and Marion T. Doss, Jr.. From Watergate to Whitewater: The Public Integrity War. Praeger Press, 1997.
· Sabato, Larry J., and Glenn R. Simpson. Dirty Little Secrets: The Persistence of Corruption in American Politics. Times Books, 1996.
· King, Anthony. "Sex, Money, and Power." Politics in Britain and the United States: Comparative Perspectives. ed. Richard Hodder-Williams and James Ceasar. Duke University Press, 1986.
· Laermann, Klaus. "Diegrabliche Bescherung: Zur Anatomie des politschen Skandals." Kursbuch 77 (1984): 159-172.
· Madsen, Peter, and Jay M. Shafritz. Essentials of Government Ethics. Meridian, 1992.
· Rodinson, Maxime. "De l'histoire de l'antisemitisme a la sociologie du scandale." Cahiers Internationaux de Sociologie 49 (July 1970): 143-150.
· Thompson, Dennis F. Ethics in Congress: From Individual to Institutional Corruption. The Brookings Institution, 1996.
· Walden, Gregory S. On Best Behavior: The Clinton Administration and Ethics in Government. Hudson Institute, 1996.
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