University of Maryland School of Public Policy
Wisconsin’s governor, Scott Walker, touts legal blows landed against his state’s unions and universities, hoping that mobilizing resentment against “privileged” teachers and professors can propel him to the White House – where, SSNer Don Kettl explains, he would intensify attacks on public agencies and employees.
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Georgetown University
Despite promises to protect and elevate environmental quality for all citizens, poor and minority communities across the United States still bear the brunt of toxic pollution. A new edited volume probes previous shortcomings and asks how government can do better at ensuring environmental justice.