Radiating Effects Of Litigation Narratives: An Empirical And Theoretical Study
Conference Papers -- Western Political Science Association
Politics and Government
The article focuses on a study that offers a systematic reinterpretation regarding how the specific forms, agents and venues of legal action proliferated and changed over time as a dynamic, complex process of policy agenda transformation. It analyzes the ways in which this profound transformation in the legal campaign reversed within and throughout the political system. It details the implications of the changes in the legal contest for the tobacco wars.
Haltom, William, Michael McCann, and Shauna Fisher. 2009. "Radiating Effects of Litigation Narratives: An Empirical and Theoretical Study." Conference Papers -- Western Political Science Association: 1-38.
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