New Book Publication from The University of Michigan Press:

Foreign Policy Advocacy and Entrepreneurship explores how a new generation in Congress is influencing U.S. foreign policy through strategies borrowed from interest groups and social movements. Younger lawmakers are using combinations of inside legislative tools and outside networking with policy advocacy coalitions and social media to achieve policy goals. Issues examined in the book include immigration policy, climate change, women in combat, trade policy, foreign aid, and many others. For more information, visit the publishers website.

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