Corruption and American Politics

by Michael A. Genovese and Victoria A. Farrar-Myers

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Politics of Corruption and the Corruption of Politics (Michael A. Genovese, Loyola Marymount University)

Chapter 1: Democracy without Politics? Hidden Costs of Corruption and Reform in America (Michael Johnston, Colgate University)

Chapter 2: Is Low Trust in Democratic Institutions a Problem of Corruption? (Mark Warren, University of British Columbia)

Chapter 3: Benevolent Skullduggery (John Parrish, Loyola Marymount University)

Chapter 4: Bending the Frame to Corrupt the Lenses: An Examination of Cognitive Science and Corruption (Wayne LeCheminant, Loyola Marymount University)

Chapter 5: Presidential Corruption: A Longitudinal Analysis (Michael A. Genovese, Loyola Marymount University)

Chapter 6: Corruption and Scandal in Washington: Have Lobbying and Ethics Reform made a Difference? (James A. Thurber, American University)

Chapter 7: When Justice is Not Blind: Corruption in the Courts (Christopher Shortell, Portland State University)

Chapter 8: Influence Peddling and Voter Suppression: Corruption in Contemporary Political Campaigns (Thomas A. Hollihan, University of Southern California)

Chapter 9: The Public and Political Corruption (Matthew J. Streb and April Clark, Northern Illinois University)

Chapter 10: Money for Nothing? The Politics of Reform, Actual Corruption, and the Appearance of Corruption (Victoria A. Farrar-Myers, University of Texas, Arlington)



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