The increasingly organizational state
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His research interests are political sociology, organizational analysis, and social theory. His books include Chicago Lawyers,coauthored with John P. Heinz.
His research interests are political sociology and organizations; and his books include Organized for Action: Commitment in Voluntary Associations.
Edward O. Laumann and David Knoke are coauthors of The Organizational State: Social Choice in National Policy Domains,which is published by the University of Wisconsin Press, and from which this article has been adapted with permission.
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